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  • August 20, 2014

    Heritage Museums & Gardens Celebrates the End of Summer with Fun-Filled Concerts & Events

    (Sandwich, MA – August 20, 2014) – Summer is slowly drawing to a close but at Heritage Museums & Gardens, it means a final fun-filled push to mark the changing of the seasons and celebrate all that the famed attraction has to offer.

    Over the next two weeks, visitors will be able to explore the wonders of insects with an “Even Bigger Big Bugs Bash;” enjoy the re-opening of one of venue’s major attractions, its historic Carousel; take advantage of two remaining Family Fun Fridays; and celebrate a huge sale at Heritage’s noted gift shop.

    The Even Bigger Big Bugs Bash, a whole day of activities celebrating David Rogers’ Big Bugs sculptures will be taking place on Sunday, August 24th. All visitors are invited to create their own crafty critters; take an insect safari; and participate in the Bug Ball. Additionally, guests at Heritage can enjoy a performance from “The Stand Up Chameleon” Jackson Gillman on the Hidden Hollow Stage, hear New York Times best-selling author Amy Stewart divulge her insights about some Wicked Bugs, and see popular all-girl band The Ticks perform on the Outdoor Concert Stage. All events are FREE with museum admission.

  • August 20, 2014

    August Events at the Commons

    Mashpee, MA (August 11, 2014) – Mashpee Commons’ year-round special events aim to provide the community and visitors with an enjoyable, free, and memorable experience. This August, the Commons has a full plate of fun events planned including our last Summer Block Party of the season on Saturday, August 23rd; weekly free outdoor movie nights and Arts Foundation of Cape Cod concerts every Thursday; and the weekly Farmers’ Market on Sundays, coordinated by Nicole Cormier of Delicious Living Nutrition. Details on each of the events can be found below. Please be in touch if you have any questions or would like any additional information.

  • August 20, 2014

    Caron to teach adobe classes at WERC campus

    Alison Caron, owner of Alison Caron Design, will be teaching a series of courses at the Cape Cod Community College WERC campus in downtown Hyannis for the upcoming fall semester. Each of the three courses will focus on a different Adobe program and provide small business owners and marketing professionals with the practical skills needed to create effective branding and marketing materials. The first in the series, Introduction to Photoshop, will also appeal to anyone interested in enhancing digital photos. 

  • August 12, 2014

    U.S. Congressman Bill Keating to be Grand Marshal for 2014 Seaside Le Mans

    South Yarmouth, MA – August 12, 2014) U.S. Congressman Bill Keating will be the Grand Marshal for the 14th Annual Seaside Le Mans-The Race for the Cape Cod Community, as over 10,000 spectators are expected to return to Mashpee Commons on Saturday, September 6, 2014. Opening ceremonies will kick off just before noon, followed immediately by the 4-hour race and awards presentation. In addition to comments from Congressman Keating, the patriotic opening ceremony will feature an honor guard and live music from the 30-member “We Are The Men” singing group. 

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