Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2020

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www.summerguidecapecod.com 107 Cape Cod is known for its beautiful beaches and grey-blue waves, but vacationers aren't al- ways aware that some of its hidden treasures are beyond the water. For visitors and locals who want a break from boogie boarding and dusting sand off their swim suits, the 15 towns of Cape Cod have other vacation hotspots to hit this summer. From May to October, here are the 15 events, one from each town, that are not to be missed. Brewster kicks off spring with its annual three-day festival, "Brewster in Bloom". From Friday May 1 to Sunday May 3, visitors are in- vited to go on a self-guided tour of the town's numerous antique and art galleries, tap their feet to the Brewster Band Spring Concert at the Brewster Baptist Church, and cheer on run- ners during the 5K Bloom Run. Anyone can run the race, but advanced registration is required at BrewsterRecreation.com. Most importantly, folks can park a chair on the side of the road from Main Street to Swamp Road and take in the sights of the main event, the Brewster in Bloom Parade, which features floats and walk- ers from Brewster businesses and organizations. Visit www.brewstercapecod.org or call 508- 896-3500 for additional information. Beginning Memorial Day weekend and on display until Columbus Day, the sand sculptures are back in Yarmouth. This year 33 professional sand sculptures, using up to 15 tons of sand each, will be built by Fitzysnowman Studio art- ists at different locations around the town. The Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce will again be Yarmouth Sand Sculpture Trail The 15 Unique Cape Cod Towns Will Host 15 Unique Events By Jessica Messier Photo Courtesy of Yarmouth Chamber Photo courtesy of The Chatham Bars Inn

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