Friday, October 24th • 7:30pm • $10 • BUY TICKETS HERE
A native Wellfleetian, Jefferson has been making films on the Cape for most of his life. An active participant in local theater, he has gradually amassed a collective of creative people who support his cinematic vision. Jefferson will be sharing 3 of his short films with us including his most recent work in progress, all works of narrative fiction. He will be present to discuss the development of his vision and style, the filmmaking process and the challenges of making film as a young artist on the Outer Cape. READ MORE HERE
Sunday, October 26th • 2:30pm • $12 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Our dynamic author series continues with Knitting Yarns: Writers On Knitting w/Ann Hood, Taylor Polites, Anne LeClaire, Marianne Leone & Elizabeth Searle. Why does knitting occupy a place in the hearts of so many writers? What’s so magical and transformative about yarn and needles? How does knitting help us get through life-changing events and inspire joy? In Knitting Yarns, twenty-seven writers tell stories about how knitting healed, challenged, or helped them to grow. Five of these wonderful authors - including Ann Hood - will be in the house this afternoon, sharing their stories and their experience contributing to this delightful book. READ MORE HERE
Wednesday, October 29th • 5:30pm - 7:30pm • $10 + Your best bag of clothing!
It's baaaack...our wildy popular and fun bi-annual Clothing Swap returns just in time for you to find some new duds for Fall and pass along some of your old favorites to a happy new owner. Here are the rules: Be selective in what you bring - all items must be clean and free of damage. Shoes and accessories are welcome. All ages welcome! Complimentary beverage included with admission.
Saturday, November 1st • 7:30pm • $25 General, $38 Preferred • BUY TICKETS HERE
2014 marks 40 years since Maria Muldaur had a monster, world-wide hit with her career-making song ”Midnight at the Oasis”, and she’s made 40 albums since then. She’ll be singing that signature tune and many others from her 50 year career in “Way Past Midnight,” a multi-media retrospective show she has created to celebrate this milestone. In addition to being the queen of American roots music, Maria is one of the great storytellers of her musical generation, and she’ll be peppering her show with priceless anecdotes about her longtime friendships with Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, John Sebastian, Bonnie Raitt, Janis Joplin and many of the greatest names in music. She’s also unearthed previously unseen videos as well as photos from the many stages of her career, including those indelibly sexy shots from Rolling Stone of her on a camel. This is a chance for all of her fans to hear their rarely performed old favorites.