June 2017

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Q&A: Jamie Brenner, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Q&A: Jamie Brenner

By Haley Cote / June 7, 2017

The New York author discusses the inspiration behind her latest novel, set in Provincetown Cape Cod Life ONLINE exclusive Even on a dreary day in the middle of May, Provincetown still radiates its distinct vibrant aura. That aura certainly captured the attention of New York&…

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Two days in Dennis, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Two days in Dennis—a Cape Cod photo essay

By Matthew J. Gill / May 8, 2017

Online only: Expanded story plus more photos of Dennis! Located on the Mid Cape, the town of Dennis stretches across the Cape Cod peninsula from Nantucket Sound to Cape Cod Bay. Surrounded by water, the town has amazing beaches and nature areas, and recreational opportunitie…

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A course for success, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Falmouth golf course to host 2017 MGA Open Championship

By Matthew J. Gill / May 8, 2017

In the last 12 months, TGC at Sacconnesset (formerly The Golf Club of Cape Cod) has experienced a healthy dose of success. The Falmouth club enrolled 67 new members in 2016, and as of early May, new membership momentum continues. The club recently completed an…

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Wellfleet's Grand Hotel, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

The Chequesset Inn was Wellfleet’s Grand Hotel

By Rick Cochran / May 8, 2017

Built in the 1880s, this attractive hotel inspired tourists to visit the Outer Cape With the opening of the Chequesset Inn in 1886, Captain Lorenzo Dow Baker, a.k.a. “The Banana King,” thrust the town of Wellfleet into the new leisure pastime that began in The Gilded&he…

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It's going to be a colorful summer, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Addison Art Gallery plans “After Hopper” events for 2017

By Lisa Goodrich / May 8, 2017

Summer events to be held in Eastham, Truro and Orleans Fifty years after his death, Edward Hopper (1882-1967) is considered one of America’s greatest Realist painters. During many summers and stays on Cape Cod, Hopper captured the subtleties of the peninsula on canvas in a…

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Elevate your spirit!, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

For an uplifting Cape Cod adventure, try parasailing!

By Matthew J. Gill / May 8, 2017

This high-flying activity offers amazing views, a peaceful ride and a mood-altering experience On a warm summer afternoon, a handful of fishermen cast lines from the breakwater in South Yarmouth where the Parker River flows into Nantucket Sound. The occasional cry of a seagu…

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Cape Cod from a Brits perspective, June 2017 Cape Cod LIFE | capecodlife.com

Commentary: Cape Cod—from a Brit’s perspective

By Eliot Wilson / May 8, 2017

“If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air,” goes the old song, “you’re sure to fall in love with old Cape Cod.” Well, dear reader, this Brit did exactly that about 15 years ago. Ever since the turn of the millennium, my family has…

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