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Archives for November 2014
Join Ocean 104.7 and Dave Myers at the 51st Annual Falmouth Christmas Parade on December 7th at Noon!
Parade steps off at noontime at the Falmouth Mall and proceeds down Main Street to the Village Green. Known as Southeastern Massachusetts’ largest holiday parade featuring theme decorated floats, marching bands, live animals, costumed characters and Santa Claus! The theme this year is Christmas Magic.
Hyannis Main Street Christmas Stroll – December 6th
*NEW THIS YEAR* Main Street Holiday Stocking Raffle
For every $25 spent at a participating business, enter to win a Main Street Holiday Stocking filled with gift cards and gifts from Main Street businesses. Participating businesses will have a sign in their windows and at their register.
9 and 10:30 Breakfast with Santa- Hosted by the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce and the British Beer Company at 412 Main Street. This year, there are two seatings for Breakfast with Santa! Bring your digital cameras for pictures with Santa! Tickets are $8 each and available at the British Beer Company and Hyannis Chamber of Commerce (397 Main Street). Family style seating. Each adult and child must have a ticket to attend. Tickets are not available at the door.
10-2 Hat & Mitten Tree at Hyannis Public Library, 401 Main Street– donate winter wear– hats, gloves, scarves, mittens– for the community in need
10-6 Donate a new, unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots at Jewelcraft, 585 Main Street
10-11 Story & Science – Winter, Snow & Ice with Kim Torres sponsored by the F.U.N. program of Cape Cod Child Development. Children can participate in some “cool” projects at the Hyannis Public Library. Registration required at 508-775-6240 x512.
10-12 Free children’s activities at the Federated Church, 320 Main Street – Make an ornament, play games, create a Christmas card, take a photo with our Christmas Bear “Kringle”, decorate a cookie, drink cocoa
10:30-12:30 South Cape Ice Sculptures creating a winter ice sculpture outside of & sponsored by British Beer Company, 412 Main Street
11-1 Holiday jewelry demonstration at Bead Emporium, 548 Main Street
11-2 Popcorn and chowder from Bank of Cape Cod and hot dogs from Bradford’s Hardware at Bank of Cape Cod, 232 Main Street
11-3 Candy cane making demonstrations at Kandy Korner Gifts, 474 Main Street
11-4 Face painting and free Christmas bracelet to first 100 customers at SoHo Arts Company, 342 Main Street
11-5 Organic Sugar Cookie Decorating at Shift Boutique, 535 Main Street
12:00 Santa Claus arrives by fire truck at Bella of Cape Cod, 448 Main Street
12 & 2 Watch The Polar Express and receive a free bag of popcorn and children’s game at Torino, 415 Main Street
12-1 Drop-in Christmas Stories and Crafts at Hyannis Public Library. Ages 3 to 12
12-2 Arts & Crafts at Sturgis East Annex, 434 Main Street
12-2 Balloon Twisting Artist at Bank of Cape Cod, 232 Main Street
12-2 WOW Van, courtesy of TD Bank, with kids crafts at TD Bank, 307 Main Street
12-3 The Barnstable Patriot Cookie Stroll Contest– Taste unique desserts and vote for your favorite at Allium, Black Whale Gallery, Box Lunch, Cape Cod Central Railroad, Cape Cod Jewelers, Jewelcraft, Little Beach Gallery, Mrs. Mitchell’s on Main, Pizza Barbone, Shift Boutique, SoHo Arts Company
12-3 North Pole Post Office at Kandy Korner, 474 Main Street
12-3 Build your own Cape Cod Angel with Cathy Clare at The Little Beach Gallery, 539 South Street
12-3 Arts & Crafts, Cookies & free Santa’s hat ice cream sample at Katie’s Ice Cream, 570 Main Street
12-2 International Food Tasting outside participating restaurants along Main Street
12-2 Round Up Santa’s Reindeer begins at Sturgis Charter School, 427 Main Street
12-2 Cranberry Shores Chorus caroling along Hyannis Main Street
12-3 Free Trolley Rides, courtesy of Cape Destinations, stops all along the street
12-3 Free horse drawn carriage rides at Kandy Korner Gifts, 474 Main Street
12-3 Irish Knot bracelet/necklace kids activity and inflatable bouncy house at The Compound/Kelly’s on Main, 644 Main Street
12-3 European-style Christmas Market outside the JFK Museum, 397 Main Street
12:30-2:30 Petting Zoo next to Palio Pizzeria, 435 Main Street
1:00 Watch Frozen and enjoy holiday treats at International Inn, 662 Main Street
1-2 Christina Lucci performs outside of Katie’s Ice Cream
1-1:30 Sturgis A Capella perform outside the Sturgis Charter School East Annex
1-2 The Regency Brass performs at Puritan Cape Cod, 408 Main Street
1-3 Free Cape Cod Duckmobiles rides around Hyannis Main Street, 437 Main Street
1:30-2:30 Meet & Greet Santa Claus at Beech Tree Cantina, 599 Main Street
2-3 Winter Fashion Show along Main Street, organized by Directions Clothing & Shift Boutique
2-3 “Kids on Broadway” performing Christmas carols along Main Street
3:30-5:30 Harbor Boat Parade at Bismore Park at Hyannis Harbor. Chowder, hot chocolate and goodies, ornament making
4:15 Boats enter harbor and Santa arrives by Fire Boat courtesy of Hyannis Civic Association
Join Ocean 104.7’s Dave Read at the Cape Abilities’ Holiday Open House! This event will featured holiday music and refreshments. Be sure to check out the fresh Christmas trees, wreaths, swags and holiday centerpiece available! The mission of Cape Abilities is to serve individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod by educating, counseling and providing residential, therapeutic, social and employment supports that empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in the community.
Join Dave Read at the 2014 Spectacle of Trees VIP Party on Thursday, December 4 from 5pm to 7:30pm!
The 2014 Spectacle of Trees event will once again take place at the JFK Hyannis Museum, located on Main Street in Hyannis.
The very special VIP private viewing party will take place on December 4th. The public is welcome to come and view the trees at the museum from Friday, December 5th through Saturday, December 13th.
The Spectacle of Trees is a remarkable event where local non-profits put together Christmas trees adorned not just with tinsel and ornaments, but a host of fabulous gifts! The Trees feature amazing items such as game systems, sports tickets, gift cards, artwork and vacations.
When you arrive at the Spectacle of Trees you will be able to donate “Tree Bucks”. Each tree buck that is put in an organization’s box earns that non-profit $10. The more Tree Bucks you donate to a box or order online, the better your chances of being awarded the tree and the more money that non-profit will earn. If you are one of the lucky people whose name is chosen, you will take home the decorated tree and all of the items that are part of that tree!
Join us for our special VIP party and wreath auction. Tickets are only $30 and can be purchased on the Cape Cod Charitable Funraisers site. Tickets includes a private showing of our Trees, food and refreshments, 2 for 1 Tree Bucks, and a live wreath auction…It’s so much fun!
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**Due to weather, all outdoor activities have been cancelled**
Wednesday, November 26 from 5 to 7pm
Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum
The Annual Lighting of the Pilgrim Monument, which celebrates the Pilgrims’ First Landing in the New World in Provincetown on November 11, 1620, is one of Cape Cod’s most beautiful traditions and one that is supported by PMPM’s members and friends.
This year’s honorees will be King Hiram’s Lodge Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Provincetown who will be recognized as we “throw the switch.”
Hundreds of people come to this iconic event each year to witness the Monument festooned with more than 3,100 “landing lights” which shine nightly through January 5, 2014. Admission is free, and refreshments will be provided by the Provincetown Business Guild and entertainment by John Thomas will be offered.
For a small donation, you can help support the traditional lighting of the Pilgrim Monument. The official Lighting Ceremony will take place on November 26, 2014 from 5-7pm at the Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum(PMPM).
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America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade
Saturday, November 22
America’s only historically accurate chronological parade
Opening Ceremonies -DCR Pilgrim Memorial Park, 10:30AM
Parade Steps Off-Benny’s Plaza Court Street, 11:00AM
The Saturday morning Celebration festivities begin at 10:30am on the Plymouth Massachusetts historic waterfront with an opening ceremony featuring a variety of top-quality entertainment.
This is one of America’s only historically accurate chronological parades, visually bringing to life America’s rich heritage representing each century from the 17th through the 21st. In showing the preservation of America’s history through the years, beginning with the Pilgrim era, they promote an appreciation among our citizens for our rich heritage.
The parade is ranked the #1 Thanksgiving parade in the nation by AOL. It features beautifully decorated floats, nationally recognized Drum and Bugle Corps, re-enactment units from every period of American history and military marching units.
Patriotism and hope is revived in the hearts of observant adults and children as the drum and fife, pipe, drum and bugle corps, and military bands play music honoring the courageous defenders of our country: the men and women who serve in the Army, the Navy, the Marines, the Air Force and the Coast Guard.
Educational and economic factors aside, the parade offers plenty of fun and entertainment to attract visitors from all corners of the United States and even beyond. Music, historical reenactments, vintage American cars and beautiful handmade floats are all part of the visual feast and fun. Viewers are treated to a visual trip back to the colonial days.
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