Fall is in full swing. The leaves are changing colors giving way to incredible foliage which makes any drive or walk a slice of paradise. However, fall also has another side, a darker side.
The days are getting shorter, the air is getting crisp, and the leaves are changing color. It is autumn on Cape Cod.
With fall’s cooler weather and beach season behind us, many think of this season as a good time to sample some of Cape Cod’s arts and cultural offerings.
The entire region participates annually in the Fall for the Arts event that highlights the best of the region’s diverse arts community.
Visitors and locals alike are very familiar with the three main roads which bring you from end to end on Cape Cod. There is the Mid-Cape Highway, Route 28, and Route 6A which cover nearly the entire length of the Cape. For those harder to reach areas there are smaller ‘routes’ criss-crossing Cape Cod. Then there is the West Falmouth Highway, also known as Route 28A.
When Cape Air employees gather this month for a beach party in Provincetown to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary, company founder and CEO Dan Wolf will be thinking back to the company’s humble beginnings and the role Cape Cod has played in the company’s fortunes.
As the Father of the Bride, you have one of the most important roles at your daughter’s wedding, but you may feel left out throughout the planning process as the bride tends to do most of the planning with her mom.
Labor Day has passed. This means that the summer on Cape Cod must be over, right?
Wrong. it is only the tourist season on the Cape which has ended, summer still has nearly a month to go. The weather is still beautiful and there are miles and miles of beaches which are now much less crowded. This is the time to get out and explore!
What does three tons of fried scallops look like? A whole lot of fun.
Some of the region’s best festivals happen this time of year and the focus is on the Cape’s famous shellfish.
The Boston Marathon. The most well known and beloved road race on the planet. Just the mention of it evokes images of the beautiful scenery from Hopkinton to Boston. The race is at the top of most runners' and non-runners' Bucket Lists for good reason. People come from all over the world just to be a part of it, many from Cape Cod.
For those visiting Cape Cod, there may be no greater resource to tap into the culture of the region than the thriving art centers that are tucked into towns from one end of the Cape to the other. Exhibits and classes are the mainstay for these centers but year-round they are also places to find like-minded art lovers and connect with the region.