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Some of the things to see, do and consider in the Hub of the Lower Cape
Orleans Village Center Declared a Cultural District by the Massachusetts Cultural Council May 21, 2013
Celebrating Cape Cod Pride
Gallery 31 Fine Art
Main Street Square
The image for the show is called "Flowing" and is of Boat Meadow on Bridge Road, Eastham, 40" x 30," by Louise Lamontagne, formerly of Bridge Rd and now of St. Ignatius, Montana.
The show continues through June 28.
Pops in the Park Artwork to be Unveiled
at Orleans Chamber Business After Hours Event
Wednesday, June 19
The Farm - W.B. Richardson Growers
40 Rock Creek Road, Orleans
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod will unveil the official painting for the 24th Annual Cape Cod Five Pops in the Park concert at the Orleans Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event on The artwork commissioned from Cape Cod painter Elaine Coffee will be featured on the cover of the concert's commemorative program book and auctioned at a reception and to benefit the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod later this summer.
A trio from the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra will provide musical entertainment at the unveiling and refreshments will be provided by The Beacon Room, The Yardarm Restaurant, Mahoney's Atlantic and Rock Creek Oysters. Orleans Chamber members and non-members are welcome; there is a $10 suggested donation for this event.
Contact the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod to reserve advertising space, VIP Tables and Seats, Festival Seats or General Admission Lawn Seats with prices starting at $25. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.artsfoundation.org/pops-in-the-park.
The Orleans Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours provide an opportunity for members and non-members to mingle and build business relationships in an informal, relaxed business setting. For more information please call (508) 255-7203 or visit www.orleanscapecod.org.
For further information about the AFCC or to order Pops in the Park tickets, please visitwww.artsfoundation.org or call 508-362-0066.
The third annual “Paws for Celebration”
Saturday, June 22
Nauset Regional Middle School
The event for people and pooches includes tons of pet-related activities, entertainment and contests, and a pledge walk through downtown Orleans. It’s a fun day out for all the family – including your dog! Event highlights include:
If you don’t want to join the Pledge Walk, come to Nauset Middle School and join in the fun. Entry is free!
For all the information, click through to
Paws for Celebration | - Animal Rescue League of Boston
The Federated Church of Orleans
Sunday, June 23
162 Main Street
Hyannis Sound is a 10-member men's collegiate a cappella chorus. Their diverse and extensive repertoire of popular music is sure to please all ages and tastes.
Tickets are $10.
Call 508-255-3060 x14 for tickets and more information.
Friday, June 28
Church of the Holy Spirit
Margaret Rappaport will facilitate monthly labyrinth walks in the Parish Hall at the Church of the Holy Spirit.
Each event includes a brief, informative talk on the spiritual practice of walking the labyrinth, the history of these specific types of gardens and their impact in health practices today.
Mark your calendars now for additional walks on
Friday July 19
Friday August 23
Friday September 27
Participants are invited to be founding members of the
Orleans Labyrinth Guild.
June 20 - July 13
Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7 pm
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sunday, June 30th at 2pm
No performance June 25 or July 4
Ticket Price - $25
Written and Directed by Art Devine
The year is 1967. Over a game of pool, two young men swap identities. One goes to prison; the other to war. Inspired by true events and pulsating with the sights and sounds of the late 1960s, 9-Ball was Art Devine’s hugely successful first play at Cape Rep and is being brought back by popular demand!
3299 Rte. 6A, Brewster, MA 02631
Box Office: (508) 896-1888 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Orleans Garden Tour
Saturday, June 22
10am to 4 pm
Rain or Shine
Buy your tickets after now by clicking through to
Garden Tour 2013 - Orleans Improvement Association - Orleans ...
or by visiting Nory's, Snows or Agway to make your purchase.
Advance Tickets are $25 and pre purchased tickets should be picked up at the Orleans Historical Society the day of the tour.
Tickets can also be purchased the day of the tour at the Orleans Historical Society for $30 by credit card, cash or check.
Lower Cape Outreach Council is providing nutritional assistance to record numbers of households in the 8 towns from Harwich to Provincetown.
The shelves in our main food storage facility, located at 19 Brewster Cross Road in Orleans, are at an all time low.
We are in need of the public’s help.
Here is a list of the items we need most:
Canned Fruit (Pineapple, peaches, pears, fruit salad)
Canned Protein (Tuna, Beef Stew, Chili, Chef Boyardi/Spaghettios)
Our offices at 19 Brewster Cross Road in Orleans are open Monday – Thursday from 9:30 AM until 3:30 PM.
On Fridays in summer, we are open 9:30 AM until 12:30 PM. All donations will be gratefully received.
The Orleans Farmers Market
Open for Our 20th Season
We now have over 30 vendors selling a wonderful variety of fresh Cape Cod grown vegetables, plants, honey, soap, flowers, bread and other local products.
We are open
Saturdays through November
Rain or Shine
8 AM to 12 Noon
Friends of Arts & Culture in Orleans
Friday July 12th
Old Firehouse Gallery
An open community conversation to increase access, awareness, participation and the economic vitality of arts and culture in Orleans.
This meeting will focus on Orleans Volunteers/Docents, , Music in the Park, July and August highlights of the summer season.
Our goal is to promote business and philanthropic activities through cultural engagement.
This is the slide show presented at Town Hall for the MA Cultural Council site visit for cultural district designation