Monday 6/20 - Fri. 6/24 daily workshops, 10:30 - Noon, + Open Canvas Workshop 6/23 7:30pm
Morning Movement Class 6/20-6/24, $12 per class: Warm up your body and mind with Fleet Moves Morning Movement Class. Led by Fleet Moves Artists, this class will offer participants a chance to breathe, stretch, align, and dance together—a great way to start the day. Come as you are, no previous dance training required. Wear clothing you can move in. 6/24 at 7:30pm, $10: Fleet Moves artists invite you to join us in an evening of overlapping creative practices. Open Canvas is a minimally structured time for experimenting with composition and collaboration. The practice is open to all, regardless of artistic training, and invites participants to move/dance, make music/sound, write/draw, or observe/reflect in a shared space and time. Open Canvas is inspired by several historic environments where artists overlapped their practices, spurring innovation through a cross-breeding of ideas. Visit www.fleetmoves.org for more info and to register!
Saturday, June 25th, 5:30 - 7:30pm, $100 per person or $1,200 reserved table for 10 BUY TICKETS HERE
Join us in the garden for an evening celebration of fabulous food and wonderful wines to raise fun and funds for year-round programming at the Hall. New participants this year, plus all of your favorites old and new, offering samples from their delicious menus. Delight your senses with tastings, libations and live music - a perfect way to kickoff summer in Wellfleet!
Every Wednesday, 8:00am - Noon
Join us for live music, spring seedlings, fresh coffee, baked goods, spice rubs, jams & jellies, salsas & preserves, lots o' eggs, local fruits & veggies, cut flowers & herbs, garlic & onions, fantastic greens, cheese, honey, squash, truro chickens, barnstable pork, wellfleet sea salt, market tees, & more!
Weds. June 29th, 7pm. Monthly public addiction advocacy meeting, FREE & OPEN TO ALL
Discussion about Lower Cape Addiction Resources and how you can help. Open Q&A time at end of meeting. This month's meeting will feature guest attendees Dikke Hansen & L. Forest Malatesta from the Outer Cape Health Services Community Resource Navigator Program & Joan Peters-Gilmartin, PA from Nauset Family Practice. FREE Refreshments will be served! For more details contact us at 844-THE-ODCC or visit: www.theopendoorofcapecod.org, or www.facebook.com/OpenDoorsCapeCod.
Thurs. June 30th, 5 - 7pm. FREE & OPEN TO ALL
Wellfleet's AIM Thrift shop is a volunteer run, 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that has been serving the community and supporting other health-related local organizations since 1966. Please join us for this community celebration in honor of AIM's 50th birthday. Sweets, savories, punch raw bar, cash bar, music and birthday cake. Free and all are welcome!
Friday July 1st, 7:30pm, $15.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
Eleanor Dubinsky is a New York City based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and performance artist. Her songs combine melodic, soothing vocals with poly-rhythmic grooves from Brazil, Latin America and West Africa. She returns to Preservation Hall for a second time this summer performing a solo concert of original music in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese in which she combines voice, cello, guitar and contemporary dance. Please join us for what promises to be an original evening of sophisticated, heart-opening entertainment. Family friendly!
Sunday July 3rd, 2 - 4pm
Sponsored by the Wellfleet Historical Society, this delightful family-friendly event held outside in our back garden is a decades long tradition featuring locally sourced strawberries, homemade biscuits from a traditional recipe, homemade whipped cream and lemonade. Live music too! Visit Wellfleet Historical Society for more info.
Thursday, July 7th, 11am - 1pm, $25.00, REGISTER HERE
Get ready for our upcoming Mosquito StorySlams (7/13, 8/3 & 8/24) and hone your storytelling craft in this fun and informative workshop experience. Learn to tell a true story well, with verve, depth and nuance. Together we will explore life experiences, and craft a telling of your truest, most crucial tale. This workshop is led by Shelly Fredman, who teaches writing at Barnard College, is a professional writer and NPR contributor, and has also trained with The Moth's Community Program in NYC. Shelly's writing has been published in a number of magazines, anthologies and literary reviews, and her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, and in Best Jewish Writing.
Wednesday, July 13th, 7:30pm BUY TICKETS HERE
They're baaaack! We're delighted to host ever popular and fun Mosquito Story Slam again this summer, for three Wednesdays: 7/13, 8/3 and 8/24. The Mosquito Story Slam is a live storytelling event based on the popular Moth Storyslam, where audiences are encouraged to attend ready to tell a 5-minute true story about themselves related to the night's theme. If you choose not to tell a story, just show-up and be entertained. Up to 10 stories picked at random each night.Sign-up for storytellers starts at 7:00, stories at 7:30. Tonight's theme is BUSTED. Put your thinking caps on and get ready to tell YOUR story!
Thursday, July 14th, 7pm BUY TICKETS HERE
Sharon Butler, Mike Carroll and Deborah Dancy will discuss "Art Today". They will touch on the art scenes of both New York City and the Outer Cape. Please join us at the Wellfleet Preservation Hall to explore what new ideas and projects are being cultivated in these two varied yet connected worlds.