FRIDAY & SAT. NIGHT SHOWS ARE SOLD OUT! LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR SUNDAY AT 2PM!
Our annual screening of the Manhattan Short Film Festival is here! Join us when over 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities gather in a variety of venues for one purpose...to view and vote on the Finalist's Films in the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. 10 short films were selected out of over 800 submissions from around the globe, and the audience at each venue votes on their favorite. We'll be showing the 10 short films at 4 different showtimes (please note - it's the SAME program every show): Thurs. 9/29 at 7pm, Fri. 9/30 at 7pm, Sat. 10/1 at 7pm, and Sun. 10/2 at 2pm. All tickets are $12.00, general seating. Doors open 1/2 hour before showtime and seating is first come, first serve.
Saturday, October 8th, 7:30pm, $28.00 BUY TICKETS HERE
We are delighted to welcome Jim and Geoff back to the Hall for an intimate performance of material from their latest collaborative album, Penny's Farm, along with some old favorites. In the 1960s Jim Kweskin and Geoff Muldaur led the groundbreaking Jug Band, admired and imitated by everyone from folk and blues musicians to rockers like the Lovin’ Spoonful and the Grateful Dead, but their new album isn’t a victory lap or nostalgia trip. Back then they were exciting because they had a gift for combining a loose, good-time feel with an astonishingly high standard of musicianship, making old songs feel quirky, hip, and new – and Penny’s Farm is exciting because they still have that magic.The songs reach back to the roots of American folk music, but the performances are sparked by the interplay of two artists deeply immersed in traditional styles, who know each other well, but have distinctly different styles and temperaments. It feels relaxed and fun, but with a lot of living behind it – new music from artists who’ve traveled a long way since the 1960s, and never lost touch with their passion. READ MORE HERE
Sunday, October 9th, 5pm, $10.00
Presented by Save Truro Seashore, a new film by Thomas Bena, One Big Home documents an issue that is as tricky for residents of Martha's Vineyard as it is for beach destinations everywhere: how to protect small communities from the distortions created by an influx of wealthy visitors who come for just eight weeks of the year. Trophy homes threaten the unique character of Martha’s Vineyard. Ten, fifteen, even twenty-thousand-square-foot houses are going up around the Island. Not only do these mansions stand in stark contrast to traditional cottages, most sit empty for ten months a year, yet are heated year round. When he feels he is complicit in wrecking the place he calls home, one carpenter takes off his tool belt and picks up a camera. Bumping up against tired clichés, angry homeowners, and builders who look the other way, he learned "you can draw a circle and bring people in, or you can draw a line and keep them out," so he worked with his community of Chilmark that in 2013 passed a new bylaw that limits house size. There will be a Q&A with filmmaker Thomas Bena and fisherman Chris Murphy after the movie. READ MORE HERE
Friday, October 14th, 6pm, $100.00 - limited tickets available BUY TICKETS HERE
Please join us for an elegant evening of art and design, with sumptuous food and wine pairings, unique table designs by local artists, and a special preview of our famous hand-painted oyster plates and featured platters. Don't miss this very special event that serves to benefit all of the fabulous programs offered at Prez Hall throughout the year. Limited seating, so buy your tickets today!
Friday & Saturday, October 15th & 16th, 10:30am - 5pm
Escape the crowds on Main St. in our beautiful Upper Hall and enjoy a delicious mimosa, or sample a glass of red or white from our menu. Sweet and savory treats also available to compliment your beverage. While you're here, check out our famous hand-painted oyster plates for sale, learn about upcoming Hall events, and plan your next Oysterfest adventure!
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!
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month, The Feed Your Love Open Mic is a tolerant and supportive, diverse, engaging and, most of all, entertaining environment (whew!). We host musicians who sing and play everything from old timey folk to rock-n-roll; acoustic guitar solos to improvisational jazz sets; poets and story-tellers, first-time performers (ages 6 to 86) to retired professional musicians. All are welcome and made to feel at home. If you are not already a member of our musical (and poetic) community, please stop by to listen, to play, or just to say hello. Cash bar serving cold and hot drinks and snacks.
Thursday, October 20th, 7pm, $10.00
This evenings installment of our author series features Ali Sands, who recently published her first memoir I Know Who You Are, But What Am I?. Sands is a Wellfleet wash-a-shore who originated from Minneapolis. Journaling her own experience as her partner transitioned from female to male, Ali came to find her own identity. A mentor, educator, writer and public speaker on behalf of the trans community, Ali strongly believes that love appears in whatever form it chooses. Today transgender people are everywhere in the media, but little is heard from a partner's perspective. Join us for this very special evening with a local author and wonderful member of our Wellfleet community.