FCTV holds a flea market
The Falmouth Nonprofit Community Television will be holding a flea market fundraiser, with a selection of gently donated and new items for sale. Among them: vintage finds, art, home furnishings, home decor, kitchenware, games, books, electronics, clothing, accessories, toys, trinkets and holiday items. Free popcorn and lemonade will be provided, and buyers can participate in a 50/50 raffle.
When: noon-4 p.m. Friday
Or: Falmouth Community Television Lot, 310 Dillingham Ave.
West Dennis Library turns 101
Patrons can celebrate the 101st anniversary of the West Dennis Library at a party with cake and wine, live music, a silent auction, quizzes and a raffle. There will also be a library history display.
When: 4-7 p.m. Friday
Or: West Dennis Library, 260 Main Street.
Admission: Minimum donation of $ 25
Familiar faces from the Outer Cape in a new art exhibition
Truro-based artist and teacher Amy Kandall’s new exhibit “Movers, Shakers, and Makers” will have its opening reception on Friday, and will then be shown in Provincetown. The exhibit features around 30 large-scale portraits of sometimes well-known members of the Outer Cape community, mostly posed in pairs of friends or family. The concept for the exhibition began with a goal of painting a life-size portrait every two days for the summer of 2021 to document the living history of the region. Topics include local artists, writers, chefs and elected officials.
When: reception 5 pm-7pm on Friday; on view until September 4
Or: The Commons, 46 Bradford Street, Provincetown
Soprano Susan Mitchell sings
Soprano Susan Mitchell will give a 60-minute performance of “Arias and Songs from Mozart to Bernstein”. The concert includes a free will offering to benefit Helping Our Women, a resource for women in the Outer Cape who are living with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.
When: 6 p.m. Friday
Or: Sainte-Marie du port, 517, rue Commerciale, Provincetown
Admission: To free
The Maritime Museum will reopen with “Dennis Women Who Went to Sea”
A new exhibit on “Dennis Women Who Went to Sea” in the 1800s will mark the grand reopening of the Dennis Maritime Museum at the West Dennis Graded Schoolhouse from 1867. Other exhibits to see while visiting include the Classroom 19th century, a Native American exhibit by Nobscussett, and current exhibits on Dennis’ marine heritage. The museum will also be open every Friday in September from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
When: 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday
Or: Dennis Maritime Museum, 67 School Street.
Admission: To free
Livingston Taylor will perform
Livingston Taylor’s career as a professional musician spans over 50 years and 22 albums. Taylor, who will be giving two shows at Oak Bluffs, wrote top 40 hits, some recorded by his brother James Taylor, and appeared with Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt, Fleetwood Mac and Jimmy Buffet. Taylor performs a range of musical genres – folk, pop, gospel, jazz – and he sprinkles his shows with personal stories and anecdotes.
When: 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Saturday
Or: Le Loft, 9 Oak Bluffs Ave, Oak Bluffs
Admission: $ 51
Comedy for a cause
Local comedians come together to help raise funds for the Jett Foundation Theo’s Fund to purchase an ADA wheelchair van for a local family. The 18+ comedy night will feature a raffle, auction and cash bar. A local anonymous donor will also be associated with anything collected during the night of the comedy.
When: 5-8 p.m. Saturday
Or: Mike Stacy Memorial Park, 29 Hall Street, Port Dennis
Admission: $ 20
Bosq plays Afro-Latin, disco and more
Producer, DJ and multi-instrumentalist Bosq will present an evening of Afro-Latin music, disco, funk, reggae, house and hip hop. The outdoor show will feature a cash bar and Blackfish’s Crush Pad food truck menu.
When: 7 p.m. Saturday
Or: Truro Vineyards, 11 Shore Road, Truro
Admission: $ 30
Dance to unite the community
In an effort to bring the community together, Dance Therapy 508 will be hosting a free “United We Dance” event featuring classes in different dance styles for all ages and abilities, with teachers from Cape Cod and Boston. Styles will include hip hop, African dance, Brazilian capoeira, apothecdance and more. There will be performances by the Mirage Egyptian Belly Dance Troupe; Russell “Gutta” Ferguson, winner of Season 6 of Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance”; and Stan Eskapade Karachev. Vendors will offer face paint, hair braids, items to buy and more. A raffle will support the organization’s educational dance programs.
When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday
Or: Harwich Community Center, 100 Oak Street.
Cost: To free
Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra returns with new interactive format
The Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra will kick off its new season – and its first live performance in over 18 months – with “OPEN CCCO”, a new event format that combines performance, audience interaction and a behind-the-scenes look. ‘an orchestra rehearsal. The string sections will take the audience through Dvořák’s “String Serenade”, exploring the composer’s American connections and the remarkable elements of the piece.
When: 3 p.m. Sunday
Or: Pilgrim Congregational Church, 533 Route 28, Harwich Port
Admission: $ 35, free for students and children
The Talking Heads experience, recreated
The musicians of Start Making Sense strive to recreate the music of the Talking Heads’ entire career and bring much of the unique spectacle of the new-wave art punk group to the stage. Frontman Jon Braun stars as David Byrne.
When: 7 p.m. Sunday
Or: Payomet Performing Arts Center, 29 Old Dewline Road, North Truro
Admission: $ 25 to $ 35
Enter pages with author James Carroll
James Carroll is the author of 12 novels, including “The Cloister”, eight non-fiction books and most recently “The Truth at the Heart of the Lie”, and will speak about his work at this Wellfleet gathering. For 23 years he wrote a column for the Boston Globe and his work has appeared in the New Yorker, Atlantic and other publications. Participants are welcome to bring a garden chair to sit on for this outdoor event.
When: 5 p.m. Tuesday
Or: Wellfleet Preservation Hall, 335 Main Street.
Admission: $ 15
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