April 1-May 8 • $60 • CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND REGISTRATION
Open University of Wellfleet is a forum for learning more about Wellfleet's cultural history. Conceived by retired Brown University professor Rhoda Flaxman, the Open University began in April 2013. All courses have a Wellfleet or Outer Cape connection, with an emphasis on our local history and culture. Each class meets once a week for 6 weeks. Spring session courses are Cape Cod Artists’ Views of Land and Sea with Deborah Forman, Stories of Home on Cape Cod: A Literary Exploration with Rhoda Flaxman, The Complete History of Wellfleet with Jeff Tash, A View From Inside The Summer Plays at WHAT with Jeffry George, Coastal Ecology of the Outer Cape with Gordon Peabody. REGISTER HERE
Saturday, March 8th, 6:30pm • $10 • BUY TICKETS
Sunday, March 9th, 1pm • Free Admission • RSVP Harbor Point at (508)778-2311
Presented by Daybreak Program of North Truro. The documentary film "I Remember Better When I Paint", based on the book of Alzheimer's Research by Dr. Robert Stern B.U. and narrated by Olivia de Haviland, focuses on the positive impact of art and creative therapies in people with Alzheimer's and dementia. The screening will be followed by a discussion with Stacie Hevener from Daybreak and Dr. Stern. Complimentary refreshments courtesy of Harbor Point at Centerville.
Thursday, March 13th, 6:30pm • $15 at the door
Sunday, March 16th, 1:00pm • $10 at the door
Stu Goodis and Tom Glenn are consummate guitarists that have each won EMMY Awards for music they composed. They met as student (Stu) and teacher (Tom) in the early 80’s at the Neupauer Conservatory in Philadelphia. Their music is toe-tapping and emotional-fun and energetic all at once. They include masterful improvisation which is always engaging and never loses sight of the tune's melody. Goodis and Glenn will be accompanied by two well-known Cape Cod performers: Kareem Sangaghi on drums and Laird Boles on upright bass.