• Poetry Walk

    A Walk with Words, promoting literacy, learning and a deeper appreciation of and connection with the natural world.  The Poetry Walk project is a collaboration between the Eldredge Public Library and the Chatham Conservation Foundation.  The .75 mile walk is located at the Training Field Triangle, with parking available in a pull-off area at the corner of Training Field Road and Old Comers Road in Chatham. Each poem along the walk [...]

  • Author Neville D Frankel - Aug 16 @ 7pm

    Join us for "Under the Soviet Shadow: Where History Meets Fiction" presented by emmy-award winning writer and Cape Cod author, Neville Frankel.  Frankel will discuss the well-researched family history that inspired his latest work of historical fiction, On the Sickle’s Edge.

  • Fifty Years of Broadway - Aug 22 @ 11 am

    David Polansky will join us to present "Fifty-Plus Years of Broadway" Wednesday, August 22 at 11:00 am.  A musical journey made up of many of America's favorite broadway hits over an almost sixty year period that goes from 1921-1978.  David Polansky's music is frequently humorous, sometimes serious and always clever and engaging. Loved by everyone from preschoolers to grandparents

  • Outermost Community Radio WOMR - Sept 8

    Board director David Wilber and executive director John Braden of Outermost Community Radio WOMR will present "How we started, how we've grown, and where we're headed" on Saturday, September 8th at 2:00 pm. 

  • Rum Running - Sept 11

    During the era of Prohibition (1920-1933), rum running was big business on Cape Cod. Farmers and fishermen of the Cape took to the seas, heading offshore to "Rum Row" to bring the criminal yet coveted alcohol to the mainland under cover of darkness, while the possibility of being caught by the Coast Guard was always present. Busy harbors and remote estuaries, many of which are now popular tourist destinations, were all game for [...]


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