Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore

Activities and Calendar of Events

To scroll pictures, spin mouse wheel over above images

Every summer the Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore presents a full season of free activities that run the gamut from exciting concerts to riveting lectures for the entire family. In 2012 Dr. Greg Skomal, noted shark researcher, presented "Jaws Comes Home." The Irish music duo, "Billy and Beth", who perform to enthusiastic, standing room only audiences came back for two concerts. The ever-popular groups: O'Challah, "The Rum Soaked Crooks" and the "Outer Cape Chorale Chamber Singers" packed the auditorium at the Salt Pond Visitor Center. The 2013 summer season will feature IFAW's Brian Sharp who will present "From Right Whales to Gray Seals: Stranding Response on Cape Cod." Music for the summer of 2013 will include the bluegrass group "Toast and Jam" along with repeat performances by "Billy and Beth," The Rum Soaked Crooks" and the "Outer Cape Chorale Chamber Singers."


Calendar

Friday, April 18
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Guided Hike
Off the Beaten Path with Bob Cook, CCNS Wildlife Ecologist: Spring Membership Appreciation Event for Navigators, Trail Blazers, Light Keepers and Guardians

Friday, May 3
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Guided Hike
Off the Beaten Path with Bob Cook, CCNS Wildlife Ecologist: Spring Membership Appreciation Event for Navigators, Trail Blazers, Light Keepers and Guardians

Wednesday, July 23
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Jimmy Tingle benefit performance
Friends of the Cape Cod National Seashore is hosting an evening to benefit Cape Cod National Seashore on July 23rd 7-9 pm at Payomet Performing Arts Center in Truro. The evening will feature stand-up comic, social and political humorist Jimmy Tingle performing LIVE - "Making Comic Sense".

Friends is thrilled to have Mr. Tingle as our guest. You will not want to miss his unique brand of topical yet timeless comedy. Clean, funny, intelligent humor for all audiences.

Delicious food and drink, a live auction, music and comfortable seating under a tent ensure a fun evening no matter what the weather. Parking is free and unlimited.

All proceeds will go to fund the purchase of mammal monitoring cameras, as well as Climate Friendly Park initiatives such as Beach Recycling programs and a movie on sustainable practices for use in Visitors Centers and on the website.
Help the Friends Support the Seashore
> join > volunteer > donate

> Home
> About Us
> Newsletters

> Galleries
> Contact Us
> Links