May
5
Sun
Cinco de Mayo Celebration @ Anejo Mexican Bistro & Tequila Bar
May 5 all-day
Cape Cod Cooking Class- Mexican
Mexican cuisine.

Celebrate this event in Mexican history and the Mexican culture with the staff at Anejo! Fun for the whole family. 1 part friends…2 parts fun!

www.anejomexicanbistro.com/

May
9
Thu
Bird Watching for Beginners @ Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
May 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Bird Watching for Beginners @ Cape Cod Museum of Natural History | Brewster | Massachusetts | United States

Gretchen Moran Towers provides instruction on basic skills used to identify birds by sight and sound. Following the presentation, you will put your learned skill to use outdoors in their natural habitat. Geared towards children, this is suitable for families.

  • April 11 and 18
  • May 9 and 20
  • June 14 and 24

Free with museum admission.

Please contact event organizer to confirm event details.

May
11
Sat
A Plate Full of History @ Falmouth Museums on the Green
May 11 – Jun 15 all-day
Photograph Copyright (c) L.V.O'Connell 2009. All Rights Reserved.

Conant House Museum

“During New England’s Whaling boom in the 19th Century, Falmouth was a bustling hub of whaling activity, with over half of its male residents involved in the trade in some way. In what has become an annual collaboration combining art and history, students from Falmouth High School’s advanced ceramics classes will be exhibiting pieces created to honor and illustrate the colorful characters and rich stories of Falmouth’s whaling past.” – Falmouth Historical Society

May 11 – June 15, 2013
Museum Hours:
Tuesday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm
Saturdays, 10 am to 1 pm
Closed Sundays and Mondays

Reception: Wednesday, May 29, 5-6:30

There’s a War On! The Falmouth Homefront, 1941-45 @ Falmouth Museums on the Green
May 11 – Oct 12 all-day
Photograph Copyright (c) L.V.O'Connell 2009. All Rights Reserved.

Conant House Museum

“With the completion of Camp Edwards in 1941, Cape Cod’s small, quiet towns and villages were thrust head first into the war effort.  While the war affected each and every corner of America, the Cape was particularly transformed and would never again return to its sleepy pre-war existence. Falmouth’s streets populated with soldiers, its beaches dotted by amphibious craft, and its post office filled with mail from the local boys who served.  Through a patchwork of posters, clothing, ephemera, artifacts, and oral histories from local Falmouth residents, this exhibition brings to life the town as it was in the early 1940s, in the midst of some of the most transformative years  of the 20th century.” – Falmouth Historical Society

May 11 – October 12, 2013
Museum Hours:
Tuesday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm
Saturdays, 10 am to 1 pm
Closed Sundays and Mondays
Reception: Thursday, June 6, 5-7pm

 

May
16
Thu
Bird Watching for Beginners @ Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
May 16 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Bird Watching for Beginners @ Cape Cod Museum of Natural History | Brewster | Massachusetts | United States

Gretchen Moran Towers provides instruction on basic skills used to identify birds by sight and sound. Following the presentation, you will put your learned skill to use outdoors in their natural habitat. Geared towards children, this is suitable for families.

  • April 11 and 18
  • May 9 and 20
  • June 14 and 24

Free with museum admission.

Please contact event organizer to confirm event details.

May
18
Sat
Rhododendron Festival
May 18 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thousands of rhododendrons in more than 100 varieties cover Heritage’s 100 acres with spectacular blooms during this week-long event. Enjoy a peaceful walk during the daily Rhododendron Garden Tour, surrounded by walls of flowers; learn more about these gorgeous plants from during the Rhododendron Expert Panel; explore Heritage’s connection to noted rhododendron hybridizers Charles Dexter and Jack Cowles during the monthly Mornings in the Garden walk; challenge yourself to a rhododendron scavenger hunt and participate in other family activities.

Want to incorporate rhododendrons into your home garden and landscape?  Check out the Rhododendron Propagation Workshop and Signature Plant Series: Rhododendrons in Your Home Landscape.

Stop by the “Garden Shop” in front of the Museum Store.  Be inspired by Heritage’s gardens and take home your own piece of Heritage with a purchase from the plant sale. Plants and trees available for purchase include hostas, echinaceas, day lilies and rhododendrons from Heritage’s collection.  Heritage has everything you need to make your garden flourish with plants, seeds, garden tools, garden gloves, books and more.

May
19
Sun
Rhododendron Festival
May 19 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thousands of rhododendrons in more than 100 varieties cover Heritage’s 100 acres with spectacular blooms during this week-long event. Enjoy a peaceful walk during the daily Rhododendron Garden Tour, surrounded by walls of flowers; learn more about these gorgeous plants from during the Rhododendron Expert Panel; explore Heritage’s connection to noted rhododendron hybridizers Charles Dexter and Jack Cowles during the monthly Mornings in the Garden walk; challenge yourself to a rhododendron scavenger hunt and participate in other family activities.

Want to incorporate rhododendrons into your home garden and landscape?  Check out the Rhododendron Propagation Workshop and Signature Plant Series: Rhododendrons in Your Home Landscape.

Stop by the “Garden Shop” in front of the Museum Store.  Be inspired by Heritage’s gardens and take home your own piece of Heritage with a purchase from the plant sale. Plants and trees available for purchase include hostas, echinaceas, day lilies and rhododendrons from Heritage’s collection.  Heritage has everything you need to make your garden flourish with plants, seeds, garden tools, garden gloves, books and more.

May
20
Mon
Rhododendron Festival
May 20 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thousands of rhododendrons in more than 100 varieties cover Heritage’s 100 acres with spectacular blooms during this week-long event. Enjoy a peaceful walk during the daily Rhododendron Garden Tour, surrounded by walls of flowers; learn more about these gorgeous plants from during the Rhododendron Expert Panel; explore Heritage’s connection to noted rhododendron hybridizers Charles Dexter and Jack Cowles during the monthly Mornings in the Garden walk; challenge yourself to a rhododendron scavenger hunt and participate in other family activities.

Want to incorporate rhododendrons into your home garden and landscape?  Check out the Rhododendron Propagation Workshop and Signature Plant Series: Rhododendrons in Your Home Landscape.

Stop by the “Garden Shop” in front of the Museum Store.  Be inspired by Heritage’s gardens and take home your own piece of Heritage with a purchase from the plant sale. Plants and trees available for purchase include hostas, echinaceas, day lilies and rhododendrons from Heritage’s collection.  Heritage has everything you need to make your garden flourish with plants, seeds, garden tools, garden gloves, books and more.

May
21
Tue
Rhododendron Festival
May 21 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thousands of rhododendrons in more than 100 varieties cover Heritage’s 100 acres with spectacular blooms during this week-long event. Enjoy a peaceful walk during the daily Rhododendron Garden Tour, surrounded by walls of flowers; learn more about these gorgeous plants from during the Rhododendron Expert Panel; explore Heritage’s connection to noted rhododendron hybridizers Charles Dexter and Jack Cowles during the monthly Mornings in the Garden walk; challenge yourself to a rhododendron scavenger hunt and participate in other family activities.

Want to incorporate rhododendrons into your home garden and landscape?  Check out the Rhododendron Propagation Workshop and Signature Plant Series: Rhododendrons in Your Home Landscape.

Stop by the “Garden Shop” in front of the Museum Store.  Be inspired by Heritage’s gardens and take home your own piece of Heritage with a purchase from the plant sale. Plants and trees available for purchase include hostas, echinaceas, day lilies and rhododendrons from Heritage’s collection.  Heritage has everything you need to make your garden flourish with plants, seeds, garden tools, garden gloves, books and more.

May
22
Wed
Rhododendron Festival
May 22 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thousands of rhododendrons in more than 100 varieties cover Heritage’s 100 acres with spectacular blooms during this week-long event. Enjoy a peaceful walk during the daily Rhododendron Garden Tour, surrounded by walls of flowers; learn more about these gorgeous plants from during the Rhododendron Expert Panel; explore Heritage’s connection to noted rhododendron hybridizers Charles Dexter and Jack Cowles during the monthly Mornings in the Garden walk; challenge yourself to a rhododendron scavenger hunt and participate in other family activities.

Want to incorporate rhododendrons into your home garden and landscape?  Check out the Rhododendron Propagation Workshop and Signature Plant Series: Rhododendrons in Your Home Landscape.

Stop by the “Garden Shop” in front of the Museum Store.  Be inspired by Heritage’s gardens and take home your own piece of Heritage with a purchase from the plant sale. Plants and trees available for purchase include hostas, echinaceas, day lilies and rhododendrons from Heritage’s collection.  Heritage has everything you need to make your garden flourish with plants, seeds, garden tools, garden gloves, books and more.

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