Early Summer Field Trips
June 20, 2015
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL IN FALMOUTH
Savor sweet treats on the grounds of St. Barnabas Church (91 Main Street, Falmouth) adjacent to Falmouth’s picturesque town green. Enjoy strawberry treats, iconic Cape food like lobster rolls and barbecued chicken, and more as well as exhibits by arts and crafts vendors, a plant sale and activities for the whole family. The annual strawberry festival is held Saturday, June 20. For more information, visit stbarnabasfalmouth.org.
Through May 17
NEW SHOW AT FALMOUTH THEATER GUILD
The Falmouth Theatre Guild presents “How to Succeed in Business Without Even Trying” on weekends from May 1 to May 17. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday shows start at 2 p.m. The theater is at 58 Highfield Drive in Falmouth. For information, call 508-548-0900, or visit falmouththeatreguild.org.
Through June 6
MARITIME DAYS FESTIVITIES
Celebrate Cape Cod’s rich maritime history during the 22nd annual Cape Cod Maritime Days. The month-long celebration, hosted at venues across the Cape, includes nautical art exhibits, lighthouse and walking tours, and guided kayaking excursions as well as other Cape-wide maritime-themed activities. Sponsored by the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, the Cape Cod Commission, and Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. For more information, visit capecodchamber.org, or call 508-362-3225.
Through June 21
CAHOON MUSEUM MARITIME EXHIBIT
A new Cahoon Museum of American Art exhibition, “Commerce & The Sea: A Celebration of Antonio Jacobsen,” will focus on the maritime paintings of Antonio Jacobsen (1850-1921). The exhibit will also spotlight other artists who paint ship portraits, including James Edward Buttersworth, William Davis, Don Demers, D. Jerome Elwell, William Mueller, Xanthius Smith, and Lance Walker, who will give a gallery talk May 26 from 11:00 a.m. to noon in the museum’s temporary location in the old New Balance space, 30 Bates Road, Mashpee Commons. For information, visit cahoonmuseum.org.
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