Programs and events will be held at Brooks Academy Museum unless otherwise noted.
Admission to programs is $5 for adults; $4 for members. $2 for kids and students.
Sun15Apr20182:00 pmBrooks Academy Museum
Talk: Forbidden Waters: Harwich's Captain John Kendrick and the First American Voyage to Japan. Author and historian Scott Ridley discusses the recent discovery of a 225-year-old ship's log that set off a celebration in Japan, plus information on the Kendrick family of East Harwich. Admission $5, members $3.
Sat19May20181:00 pmHarwich Cultural Center
Were Cape Cod sea captains involved in the slave trade? Come hear Meadow Hilley's talk and decide whether the evidence proves it! 1 PM at the Harwich Cultural Center, Sisson Road.
Sat19May20181:30 pmHarwich Cultural Center, Sisson Road
Did Cape Cod sea captains buy and sell human beings? Uncovering the history of Cape Cod’s involvement in the slave trade, with Meadow Hilley. Admission Free.
Thu07Jun2018Thu04Oct20183 PM--6 PM80 Parallel St, in the grove opposite the Museum
Every Thursday, June 7 through October 4, from 3 PM until 6 PM in the grove opposite the Museum. Seasonal local produce: vegetables, fruit, baked goods and more from your favorite local vendors. Occasional music. Museum and Crowell Barn open.
Sun17Jun20182 PM until 4 PMat the Museum, 80 Parallel Street
Opening Day! Come see what's new this year, including an exhibit in the Barn about the life of Elmer Crowell. Toys from the 1950s, the Pleasant Lake General Store, and more! Admission free today.
Sun24Jun20182:00 pmBrooks Academy Museum 80 Parallel St.
A talk by Jay Stradal of the Nauset Model Railroad Club. Learn how the coming of the railroad changed life on Cape Cod. Admission $5, members $4.