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WELLFLEET COMMUNITY FORUM ANNUAL POTLUCK

Sunday, Sept 21st 6:00pm • FREE

These dinners are an opportunity to have a good meal, buy a beer or glass of wine, and talk about the town. Following dinner, a discussion will be held to develop ideas for the coming year's Forum Programs. Another feature of the evening will be to 'introduce' the new President of the Forum, Curt Felix. People should feel free to bring whatever they like, from chips to Lobster.

MANHATTAN SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

Thurs., Sept 25th - Sun. Sept. 28th SHOWS DAILY $10.00  BUY TICKETS HERE

One World - One Week - One Festival. Prez Hall is one of the venues in over 250 Cities across 6 continents that take part in MANHATTAN SHORT during one week of the year. The 10 short films are selected from over 600 submissions by filmmakers from mall over the world.  Join us for our 4th year hosting this always exciting and surprising festival, where you get to be the judge on the best film! READ MORE HERE

INSIDE THE PAGES SERIES: LENELLE MOISE

Saturday, October 4th 7:30pm $12.00 BUY TICKETS HERE

InsideThe Pages is proud to present Lenelle Moïse in the 6th installment of our dynamic author series. Lenelle is an author, award-winning poet, playwright and performer. She creates jazz-infused, hip-hop bred, politicized texts about the intersection of identity, memory and spirit. Moïse recites from hand-made scrolls, with fervor, music and movement. For this event, Lenelle will be reading from her recently published, long-awaited first book Haiti Glass with original, all-vocal music. In addition to a multitude of awards and honors, Lenelle was the Poet Laureate of Northampton, MA 2010 - 2012. Post-reading reception with the author. Books for sale provided by Wellfleet Booksmith and snacks courtesy of the Wellfleet Markeplace. READ MORE HERE

SUNDAY STUDENT SHOWCASE

Sunday, October 5th 2pm - 4pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The Student Showcase is a series of free monthly performance events featuring music, art and dance students from across the Cape. This series is the result of a fantastic collaboration between the Cape Cod Conservatory, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cultural Center of Cape Cod and Wellfleet Preservation Hall, who have joined forces to present local student talent in inspiring, artistic locations.

PAYOMET PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS: CATHERINE RUSSELL

Sunday, October 5th 7:30pm BUY TICKETS HERE

Critically-acclaimed, one-of-a-kind jazz and blues vocalist Catherine Russell‘s stalwart, soulful voice radiates interpretive power yet remains touchingly vulnerable. Influenced by her talented parents – father Luis Russell was Louis Armstrong’s musical director and mother Carline Ray a veteran jazz bassist and singer – Cat’s exposure to a variety of genres shaped her early eclectic style.  You may have seen her early in her career singing backup for such celebrated artists as Jackson Browne, Paul Simon, Rosanne Cash, David Bowie, and Madonna, and has taken the jazz world by storm since her solo debut in 2006. A hit at festivals world-wide, she has joined the ranks of the one of the greatest interpreters of American Popular Song.

BLACK WOMEN IN JAZZ TRIBUTE FEATURING CERISE & THE CHARLIE JAMIESON BAND

Friday, October 10th 7:30pm $15 General, $22 Preferred  BUY TICKETS HERE

NEjazz.com says, “Cerise is a charming entertainer and immediately captured the audience singing and lithely moving up and down the aisle between the tables. She is an electrifying experience! Remember that name.” Last winter Cerise envisioned a show to pay tribute to the women who have inspired her and so many others like herself. The one-time show sold out twice-over at the Cultural Center in Yarmouth last February to much acclaim. Singing tunes made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughn, Cerise will lend her beautifully passionate and soulful interpretations to the songs many have come to know and love. She will give a short bio on the artists and pay tribute to each individual and their unique style. Cerise will be joined by former White House Navy Band drummer Phil Vitali, former Army Band pianist Chalie Jamieson, future Army Band bassist Nick Rice, and multi-instrumentalist George Machon with flute, trumpet and percussion. Join us for this magical tribute to some of the greatest women in jazz.



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