WHAT'S HAPPENING

WELLFLEET FARMER'S MARKET

Wednesday, May 24th, 8am - Noon - Free & All are welcome

Farmer's market season is here! Join us in the back yard 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!

COMMUNITY HOUSING WORKSHOP

Wednesday, May 24th, 5:30pm - Free & All are welcome

This event is part of a series of listening sessions designed to gather community input and insights regarding affordable housing. Karen Sunnarborg, a housing and planning consultant, will provide an update on the status of Wellfleet housing issues. Light snacks and beverages provided. Come make your voice heard and participate in finding solutions.

10TH ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY & ART AUCTION

Saturday, May 27th, 10am - 1pm - Preview Friday Noon - 5pm

Join us in celebrating the 10th year of our longest running "fun"- raiser at the Hall! Birdhouses, garden art, paintings, sculpture and more will be available for viewing and silent/live auctions. This year we will be honoring Truro artist Del Filardi. Enjoy mimosas and complimentary snacks while you shop for your next treasure. All proceeds benefit year-round programming at the Hall. Free admission! Preview the art Friday Noon - 5pm.

WELLFLEET SUMMER POLICE ORIENTATION

Tuesday, May 30th, 8:30am

Citizens for Community Policing, in cooperation with the Wellfleet Police Department, will hold its third annual orienation of summer police officers on May 30th. This event has proved to be a very effective and successful oportunity for the community and the police departnement to come together and form a better sense of trust. We have invited what we hope is a good cross-section of citizens to allow for a rich experience. In the morning at Prez Hall we hope to share our stories, concerns and experiences with regard to policing and current events. This will be followed by lunch at the Bookstore Restaurant. In the afternoon we will be exploring the town, by land and sea, with the help of the Wellfleet Historical Society and our Harbormaster. 

NAUSET JAZZ SWING NIGHT

Thursday, June 1st, 7pm - $10

The Nauset Regional High School boasts an impressive music department and talented students. This concert is a wonderful showcase of their hard work and achievement in music. Coffee, dessert and some fantastic music is on tap for this fun annual event. Tickets will be sold in advance through the school only, so order quickly for this popular event. Please call (508)-255-1505 for info and tickets, or visit www.nausetmusic.org.

LOCAL LIBATIONS: WINE, BEER & FOOD GARDEN

Saturday, June 3rd, 2pm - 5pm

Join us for a celebration of local food, drink and music outside in the garden! The headlining event of Wellfleet Restaurant Week, organized by the Wellfleet Chamber of Commerce “Local Libations – Restaurant Week’s Beer, Wine + Food Garden” Saturday, June 3rd, 2-5pm at Wellfleet Preservation Hall spotlights local favorites such as Truro Vineyards, Cape Cod Beer, Hog Island Beer, the Solace food truck, Slurp-Us raw bar – and live music by Dana Ayers. Also - we will be raffling off two New England Patriot’s tickets to benefit the Wellfleet Food Pantry. Raffle tickets will be sold day-of and also available in advance of the event, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more info.

PROVINCETOWN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Thursday 6/15 - Saturday 6/17

The Provincetown Film Festival (PIFF) originated in 1999 as a means to attract economic development to the town during the shoulder month of June. Since then, the festival has attracted millions of dollars to the town and has become one of the country's preeminent film festivals. It presents a diverse array of American and international narrative features, documentaries and short films, while highlighting the unique attributes of Provincetown's rich and diverse history as an arts colony, Portuguese fishing village, gay and lesbian mecca, and a town first inhabited by Native Americans. In 2013 Wellfleet Preservation Hall become a partner venue for the festival, helping PIFF provide an opportunity for these films to be seen by a wider Cape audience. 

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