Dreaming of being on the Cape and unable to get there until the pandemic stay at home orders are lifted and it is safe to travel again? Add these beautiful Cape Cod backgrounds to your next ZOOM meeting. The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce is offering six beautiful Cape Cod scenes to download and use. We will be here for you when you are free to move about the country again :)
We are all in this Covid 19 pandemic crisis together and we hope you are staying home and staying safe. Thanks to Buy Fresh Buy Local Cape Cod here are some Cape Cod businesses that are still open for business, offering deliveries or curbside pick up during the time. More places can be seen on Love Live Local.
Boot Strap Farm
Offering curbside delivery for members. Retail shoppers: residents of Cataumet, North Falmouth, and Bourne may now also order online. Non-member shopping will be accepted Fridays and Saturdays, for same or next day pick up.
Cape Cod Beer
New retail hours. Beer to-go only. Curbside pick up also available.
Cape Cod Winery
Offering curbside pick up on Saturdays. Making local deliveries to Upper & Mid-Cape
as well as taking online orders for shipping.
Chatham Shellfish Company
Offering delivery to Chatham, Harwich and Brewster. Shipping to other Cape Cod towns or nationwide.
Farm stand is open, they also have fresh eggs.
Open for business
Shop online with curbside pick up or delivery.
Shop online with pick up appointment or delivery.
Offering home delivery of oysters or clams. Call or text 508-237-6929.
Offering home delivery from Harwich to Provincetown
Market is open and has daily takeout specials.
Ring Bros. Marketplace
Open for business
Rory's Market & Kitchen
Offering curbside delivery, special shopping hours and some limited delivery at both locations.
Contact online to order and for information about pick up at Pop up markets.
Wellfleet Shellfish Company
Wellfleet Oysters and locally harvested clams, scallops and lobsters.
To place an order please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wellfleet Chick Koop
Pre-order to schedule appointment for curbside pick up of eggs and cheese only.
Wild Harbor General Store
Open for business
Cape Cod is home to more than just beautiful beaches. It's a craft beverage destination with breweries, wineries, vineyards, distilleries & a cidery. Follow the trail and find the best craft beverages on Cape Cod! Find out more at Cape Cod Craft Beverage
Commanded by the pirate Sam Bellamy, the Whydah was wrecked off Wellfleet in 1717, taking with her the treasure of fifty plundered ships. According to Cape folklore, Bellamy was returning to his love, Maria Hallett, the “The Witch of Wellfleet”, when his ship met disaster in one of the worst storms to strike the eastern seaboard. Only two men of 146 made it to the beach alive, making the Whydah the worst wreck ever on the shores of the Cape. Bellamy’s loss was history’s gain, however, as the contents of his flagship represent a unique look into the lives of the pirates, and an unprecedented cross-cultural sampling of treasures from the world of the 18th century.
Discovered by underwater explorer Barry Clifford, this archaeological shipwreck recovery project is a National Geographic Society “Special Event”, and the Whydah Pirate Museum is the headquarters for the on-going archaeological mission.
Here you can see the world’s only pirate treasure–together with personal remains as weapons, jewelry and clothing—and decipher the untold secrets of the pirates!
Geared for ages “6 to 106” the Whydah Pirate Museum is a “must-see” historical attraction on Cape Cod, our exhibition is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the entire family—whether you have just a half hour, or an entire afternoon!
A group of activists is trying to build a movement for Cape Cod towns to ban the sale of single-use plastic water bottles at retail stores. The nonprofit Sustainable Practices has already spearheaded a ban on single-use plastic bottles for town governments in 11 of the Cape's 15 towns, and its leadership and volunteers are optimistic this can also be done at the commercial level through town meeting votes in the Spring. Madhavi Venkatesan, the organization's executive director said the municipal ban was a great first step, and she believes the momentum is there to take a bigger step towards protecting the environment.
"Yes, we are optimistic," Venkatesan told Patch. "There is no question that it's the right thing to do."
More at The Patch
Do not miss these three days of holiday revelry, from traditional carols ‘round the piano to the not so traditional Speedo run down Commercial Street. Not quite what Currier and Ives had in mind, Holly Folly antics are a fun kick-start to the season with a non-stop line-up of events including the Gay Men's Chorus, dancing into the night and the popular 'Shop Hop,' where you vie for great prizes while taking advantage of major sales happening in Provincetown's shops and galleries. Free to everyone is the ever popular Inn Stroll, an open house at a number of Ptown's famed guest houses. Pace yourself for this one, as the innkeepers out 'Martha Stewart' each other in decorations, treats and libations.
Hundreds of unique glass ornaments made by the Cape Cod’s finest glass artists, will adorn Christmas trees in the Contemporary Gallery for show and sale at the 10th annual Glassblowers' Christmas. The visitor will be transported into a magical display of color and childhood memories. November 12th-December 30th. The Sandwich Glass Museum is also pleased to present “Made In Snow”, a winter-themed exhibit focusing on all things snow-related. Highlighted from the Museum’s collection are hand-decorated glass winter landscapes made by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, snowscape paintings by local artists, historic photographs of Sandwich knee-deep in snow, as well as whimsical snow globes and contemporary glass by the region’s most talented glass artists reflecting the season’s favorite precipitation.
The concept of forest bathing grew out of a practice in Japan called Shinrin-yoku that spread to China and Korea and now to the United States. It is about swimming in the living being of the forest: drinking in the smells, feeling the breeze on your skin, hearing it move through the trees, soaking up the warm healing rays of the sun and touching the earth with awareness. The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History gives you a very special opportunity to deepen your relationship with nature because of the unique environment provided by marsh, creek, forest, dunes and beach. Join Field Guide Carol Marcy on a guided walk where you will be shown how to pay attention in a new way that will create a sense of greater health, well-being and appreciation of the beauty in you and around you.
Cape Cod Museum Of Natural History, Brewster 9 Oct 1:00 PM
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