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“Going to the Opera in Wellfleet” with Christopher Ostrom
Five Thursdays from 2pm - 4pm at W.H.A.T
October 23, 30, November 6, 13 , 20.
So you think you hate opera? Join us for a five-week exploration of this often-misunderstood art form. We will explore opera from a musicological, dramaturgical, and historical perspective, and receive and insider's view into the creation of an original production. This course will complement the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD broadcasts presented by Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.
Christopher Ostrom is the managing director and artistic associate of Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. A scenic and lighting designer with over 20 years of experience, he has worked extensively in opera. His credits include productions for Chautauqua Opera, Mobile Opera, Tulsa Opera, Opera San Jose, Opera Providence, Odyssey Opera and Opera Boston, where he served as resident lighting designer for 15 seasons.
When: Oct 23, 2014 2 PM to Oct 23, 2014 4 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 50.00 true Tuition 50.00
The fourteenth annual Wellfleet OysterFest will take place the weekend after Columbus Day, Saturday and Sunday, October 18 & 19, 2014 from 10am until 5pm in Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. This two-day family festival celebrates the town's famous oysters, clams and shellfishing traditions bringing together locals and visitors alike for a weekend full of hometown flavor and big time fun! There is something for everyone: local cuisine, arts and crafts, educational programs, cooking demonstrations, children's activities, walking tours, live music, a road race, and the annual Oyster Shuck-Off competition.
Visit our www.wellfleetoysterfest.org as the event draws near for a full schedule of activities.
The 'Fest is produced by Wellfleet Shellfish Promotion and Tasting, Inc. (SPAT), a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization devoted to fostering a greater understanding of the town's shellfishing industry, to preserve its history and traditions and protect its harbor, aquaculture and wild fisheries. The event is made possible through collaboration with the Town of Wellfleet, the support of many generous area businesses and shellfishermen, a dedicated group of volunteers and, most importantly, the weekend's enthusiastic attendees.
Last year an estimated 25,000 people walked through festival entrances paying a nominal admission fee for the first time ever! This comes from an effort to keep the event safe and sustainable for years to come. Proceeds from the ‘Fest fund SPAT’s educational mission including a local college scholarship program, community grant awards and initiatives to help the shellfishing industry. To date, SPAT has given back more than $175,000 to the local community.
Support the shellfishing and aquaculture industries by offering a donation or getting involved. To find out how to help contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admission is $5 for a one day ticket or $8 for a two day ticket.
Children 12 and under are free.
SPAT provides free parking with convenient shuttle bus transportation directly to the ‘Fest.
Please go to the following beaches in order of which they are listed: Newcomb’s Hollow Beach, White Crest Beach and LeCounts Hollow Beach (Maguire Landing). Shuttles run approximately every 20 minutes and drop off at Town Center.
Limited handicap parking will be offered at the Mayo Beach parking area and a wheel chair accessible shuttle will be available. All parking is subject to availability so please carpool to reduce congestion.
Please note that some private businesses and municipal lots such as the Town Marina charge a fee for parking ($10 per car.) Please consider our neighbors by not parking in unauthorized lots, drives or town streets. The Town of Wellfleet will ticket or in some cases tow vehicles in invalid parking spaces.
Please no pets, only service animals will be allowed into festival grounds. Do not leave animals in your parked cars.
Absolutely no outside alcohol will be allowed into the ‘Fest.
When: Oct 18, 2014 10 AM to Oct 19, 2014 5 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Sat, 18 Oct 2014 10 )
Inside The Pages Series presents: Knitting Yarns w/Ann Hood, Taylor Polites, Anne LeClaire, Elizabeth Strempek Shea & Elizabeth Searle
Why does knitting occupy a place in the hearts of so many writers? What’s so magical and transformative about yarn and needles? How does knitting help us get through life-changing events and inspire joy? In Knitting Yarns, twenty-seven writers tell stories about how knitting healed, challenged, or helped them to grow. Five of these wonderful authors will be in the house tonight, sharing their stories and their experience contributing to this delightful book.
“The impressive collection of writers here have contributed essays that celebrate knitting and knitters. They share their knitting triumphs and disasters as well as their life triumphs and disasters. . . . These essays will break your heart. They will have you laughing out loud.”— Ann Hood, from the introduction of Knitting Yarns
When: Oct 26, 2014 2 PM to Oct 26, 2014 4 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 12.00 true General Admission 12.00
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“One House/Two Studios/ and a Gallery on the Lower Cape” with Grace Hopkins
Five Wednesdays from 2pm - 4pm at Wellfleet Library
October 17 (Note: This course starts and ends earlier than the others), 22, 29, November 5, 12.
This course will take you on a tour of artist partners so you can make one visit and see two different artists working in their individual studios. When possible the class will also include a trip to a local gallery or art center in Wellfleet, Truro, or Provincetown. This will give you a good feel for a portion of what is currently happening artistically on the Lower Cape.
Please note: Our first meeting will take place October 17, 2014 Wellfleet Library.
Moderated by Grace Hopkins a longtime resident of the lower cape as well as the Director of the artSTRAND Gallery. Grace is an abstract photographer with a BFA from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Grace is the daughter of Abstract Expressionist painter Budd Hopkins, and art historian April Kingsley.
When: Oct 17, 2014 2 PM to Oct 17, 2014 4 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 50.00 true Tuition 50.00
To the Class of 2004! Hello! It's us, your devoted and esteemed student council. Did you miss us?!
It’s hard to believe, but we’ve finally hit the ten-year high school graduation mark! SO let’s celebrate, reminisce, catch up...and pretend like we don't already know everything about everyone, because we saw it on Facebook.
Although we toyed with the idea of hosting our reunion in one of our parent’s basements…for old times sake…your class officers have decided to upgrade. We are almost 30 years old. Yikes. We’ve booked the Wellfleet Preservation Hall for Saturday, November 29 from 6 pm – 10 pm. Non-school sponsored after parties are encouraged and expected.
Leave it to your class officers to take care of the entertainment, food, cash bar, and maybe a few other surprises. All YOU need to do is buy the super cheap ticket ($25), make your travel arrangements, and spread the word!!
The more people we get to pay and commit to attending (the earlier the better!), the more we are able to do for our 10 year reunion! Sooooo start clicking and get your ticket NOW! Spouses, significant others, and hog cats are all welcome!
See you there :)
Brittany (Souza) Kane
Colleen (O'Brien) Everett
When: Nov 29, 2014 6 PM to Nov 29, 2014 10 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts (Sat, 29 Nov 2014 18 )
Our Bright New Stars live music series showcases young and/or emerging artrists from the Northeast region. These talented folks might be tough to find out about otherwsie - so consider Prez Hall your source for some of the best new and independent music out there!
Tonight's feature is Tenzin Chopak (vocals, guitar, piano), an artist and songwriter based in Ithaca, NY. The son of a minister and an artist, Tenzin learned to love music in his father's church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He studied voice, piano, and guitar throughout his childhood, performing his original music frequently while dreaming of making it a full time profession. In 1999, after some years of a burgeoning devotion to the study of Tibetan language and religion, he traveled to North India. It was during his eight month stay there that he was given the name "Tenzin Chopak". For the following twelve years, while continuing his study of Tibetan in upstate, NY, Tenzin kept music a quiet if not hidden part of his life. In late 2011 he began to write and perform publicly again, and formed the band Rockwood Ferry who has since released 2 albums and performed extensively.
Tenzin presents his work beyond genre with something akin to pure theater, evoking the primal feeling and texture of universality that is present in roots traditions, yet with a charged vulnerability and intimacy in both his dynamic musicality and elegant lyricism.
Reviewers have referred to his music as "progressive chamber folk", while audiences and critics have praised performances as "incandescent", "mesmerizing", "transcendent", and "stunningly beautiful".
When: Nov 21, 2014 7 PM to Nov 21, 2014 10 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts (Fri, 21 Nov 2014 19 )
“Microbes That Changed History” with Barbara Brennessel
Five Tuesdays from 4pm - 6pm at Wellfleet Library
October 21, 28, November 4,11,18.
Barbara Brennessel was a professor in the Biology Department at Wheaton College for 33 years before her retirement in 2013. She has written three books on Cape Cod natural history topics: diamondback terrapins, shellfish, and river herring, and is now collaborating with her daughter on a children's book on River Herring. She serves on the Wellfleet Shellfish Advisory Board, the Wellfleet Conservation Committee, Friends of Herring River and the Association to Preserve Cape Cod.
When: Oct 21, 2014 4 PM to Oct 21, 2014 6 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 50.00 true Tuition 50.00
Lenelle Moïse is an author, award-winning poet, playwright and performer. She creates jazz-infused, hip-hop bred, politicized texts about the intersection of identity, memory and spirit. Moïse recites from hand-made scrolls, with fervor, music and movement. In addition to a mulitutde of awards and honors, Lenelle was the Poet Laureate of Northampton, MA 2010 - 2012. Her poems and essays are featured in several anthologies, including: Word Warriors: 35 Women Leaders in the Spoken Word Revolution and We Don't Need Another Wave: Dispatches from the Next Generation of Feminists. Her writing has also been published in the Platte Valley Review, Utne Reader, Make/Shift Magazine, Left Turn, Rethinking Schools, the legendary OurChart.com and Velvetpark Magazine. In 2008, she was a featured writer for The Golden Notebook Project, the Institute for the Future of the Book’s online experiment in collective close-reading.
When: Oct 4, 2014 7 PM to Oct 4, 2014 9 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 12.00 true General Admission 12.00
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“Versification: The Essentials” with Martin Edmunds
Five Thursdays from 4pm - 6pm at Wellfleet Preservation Hall
October 23,30, November 6,13,20.
For practicing poets seeking a refresher on the essentials of versification in English, and for those who were never taught form and meter at all. We will take up masterly examples of formal verse as our inspiration and our models as we focus on work written during this class by the participants. Students will compose poems in several of the meters and forms under study including iambic pentameter, blank verse, ballad stanza, sonnet, and villanelle.
Open by approval of the instructor. Please submit three pages of your best work, with at least one poem in strict form or meter if possible, to email@example.com
Martin Edmunds’ book The High Road to Taos won the National Poetry Series competition and was published by University of Illinois Press. His poems have appeared in the New Yorker, Little Star, A Public Space, Paris Review, Partisan Review, Grand Street, AGNI, The Nation, The Southwest Review, as well as many other literary journals and several anthologies. He received a Massachusetts Cultural Council grant for poetry in 2012, and is a recipient of the “Discovery”/The Nation Award, the Lloyd McKim Garrison Prize, and the Harvard Monthly Prize.
When: Oct 23, 2014 4 PM to Oct 23, 2014 6 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 50.00 true Tuition 50.00
“Introducing Cape Cod Modernist Houses" with Betsy Bray
Five Tuesdays from 10 am to noon at W.H.A.T
October 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18.
This course will explore the history of the modernist house movement on the Outer Cape. Participants will have an opportunity to hear from architect Peter McMahon, founder of Cape Cod Modern House Trust as well as tour several modernist houses. We will view the film “Built on Narrow Land” a documentary about Cape Cod Modern houses and we will visit a hidden gem, a house built by inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright in Chatham. The book, “Cape Cod Modern, Midcentury Architecture and Community on the Outer Cape” will be the text.
Note: Car pools to the sites will be organized; houses are not handicap-accessible.
Betsy Bray is a self described Frank Lloyd Wright enthusiast. She has been a member and a volunteer for the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. In pursuit of that interest, she has volunteered for the Cape Modern House Trust. Betsy was a student at Yestermorrow in Waitsfield, Vermont, a building and design school, where she designed two homes and learned to build them: one a vacation home in Vermont and one a primary residence in Connecticut. Betsy is a retired library administrator and lives in South Harwich.
When: Oct 21, 2014 10 AM to Oct 21, 2014 12 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 50.00 true Tuition 50.00
“Contemporary Writers with Cape Connections: Short Fiction" wIth Rhoda Flaxman
Five Monday afternoons from 1pm - 3pm at Wellfleet Preservation Hall
October 20, 27 November 3, 10, 17.
Cape Codders may be surprised to learn that contemporary authors such as Raymond Carver, Jumpa Lahiri, Margaret Atwood and Michael Cunningham have been associated with the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. This course will explore the short fiction of some FAWC writers, emphasizing the Lower Cape’s long tradition of contributions from painting, literature and theater arts colonies.
Professor Flaxman, founding Director of The Open University of Wellfleet, retired (2007) from teaching Victorian literature and art history for twenty years at Brown University and directing its writing-across-the curriculum program. Since then she has established an educational consulting firm (WriteConsulting), and teaches community seminars in literature in Providence and Wellfleet. She was a founding member of the Wellfleet Citizens’ Economic Committee and serves on arts Boards as well as The Rhode Island Cultural Council.
When: Oct 20, 2014 1 PM to Oct 20, 2014 3 PMin Wellfleet, Massachusetts Cost: 50.00 true Tuition 50.00
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