Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2019

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Page 5 of 147 4 2 Cape Cod Map 6 Things To Do 12 50th Anniversary at Heritage Museums & Gardens 22 Cape Cod League Baseball Schedule 26 Visit Plymouth 32 Gallery Hopping 38 The Upper Cape 54 The Mid Cape 67 The Lower Cape 88 The Outer Cape 98 Fascinating 400 Year History of Cape Cod 102 The Traveling Angler Sportfishing Guide 109 Dining Guide 124 Golfing on Cape Cod 126 Beach Directory 131 Live Theater 134 Events on the Cape 141 Advertiser Directory Welcome to Cape Cod! Sure our beaches are amongst the finest in the world but, as you make your way through our 24th Annual 2019 edition, we know you'll find many reasons to come off the beach and experience more of what "The Cape" has to offer. Active vacationers must experience our wonderful hiking or biking trails, tennis, boating, a round of golf, whale or seal watching, kayaking, charter sport fishing, surfing, a dune tour, or perhaps jump on a ferry for a quick trip to experience the islands of Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket. For something less strenuous visit our world-class art galleries, museums, antique shops, or fairs. Maybe take in a live theater or music performance. In every town on Cape Cod you'll find some of the world's most unique shopping opportunities. From fine dining to clam shacks, when it's time to eat our restaurants will satisfy your appetite. Summer comes and goes, so make the best of it by trying something you've never done before. Our digital version is available at and it contains direct links to the websites of all of our advertisers. Enjoy your visit! Wayne & Elizabeth Smith, Owners and Publishers. with your mobile device Access SummerGuide On The Cover "Nightfall on the Spit" oil on canvas Elizabeth Lazeren "Elizabeth is best known for her ma- rine paintings that have a solitary and sub- lime melancholy." American Art Collector Magazine. Elizabeth Lazeren is a member of Bos- ton's Copley Society of Art and the Prov- incetown Art Association and Museum. Always thinking that less is more, she uses strong obliques, tonal color, and transpar- ent layers to build her paintings. Memory, experience, and imagination are core ele- ments of her creative process. Her work is on view year-round at Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown's oldest gallery, housed in the former box office of the Provincetown Playhouse at 2 Gosnold Street, 508-487-2169 and at Julie Heller East, 465 Commercial Street, across from PAAM next to Angel Foods. 508-487-2166 OUR DIGITAL VERSION AVAILABLE AT SUMMERGUIDECAPECOD.COM CONTAINS DIRECT LINKS TO ALL OF OUR ADVERTISERS WEBSITES. SummerGuide Cape Cod Publisher Wayne Smith Design and Production Elizabeth Smith Editor Jennifer Rudolph Webmaster Geoffrey Smith Writers Jessica Bettencourt Jessica Messier Contributing Photographers Kindra Clineff Rose Provencher Amy Rader APG Graphics Bob Surrette Ben Nugent William Cannon Peg Vetorino Courtney Rose Greta Georgieva David A. Cox Edward Percy Moran Mark Umbrella Gail Behrik Advertising Sales Representatives Patti Kent-Friedman Liz Green Michael Mullaney Distribution Bob Bancroft Publishers Assistant Craig Smith Legal Services Director Philip M. Saba II Tel: 508 456-4038 Fax: 508 456-4039 Summerguide Cape Cod is published annually. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission of the publisher is strictly prohibited. Copyright 2019. All rights reserved. Contents

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