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Bright New Stars concert series: The Ladles

Friday, March 3rd, 2017 7:30 pm
$15.00 General Admission
BUY TICKETS HERE The Ladles are a young all-female trio from the Boston area and have 3 part harmony perfected - but their sound is much more than that. They are an amalgamation of their respective histories and influences, blending swing, old-time, neo-soul and choral music into a sound all their own. Using solely acoustic instrumentation and 3 voices, they create an otherworldy atmosphere that draws audiences in and demands attention. They quiet noisy bars and liven up staid concert halls. We think these three talented women are the perfect fit for the warm, intimate vibe of Prez Hall's stage and hope you will join us for this evening of wonderful music. CHECK OUT THE LADLES MUSIC HERE  

Woods Hole To Wellfleet Film Series: LANDFILL HARMONIC

Saturday, March 4th, 2017 7:30 pm
$12.00
BUY TICKETS HERE “Landfill Harmonic” follows the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, a Paraguayan musical group that plays instruments made entirely out of garbage. When their story goes viral, the orchestra is catapulted into the global spotlight. Under the guidance of idealistic music director Favio Chavez, the orchestra must navigate a strange new world of arenas and sold-out concerts. However, when a natural disaster strikes their community, Favio must find a way to keep the orchestra intact and provide a source of hope for their town. The film is a testimony to the transformative power of music and the resilience of the human spirit.

Herring River Restoration Project Info Sessions

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017 4:00 pm
4 weekly sessions, Tuesdays (alternating start times - please see schedule)
FREE TO THE PUBLIC & ALL ARE WELCOME A Closer Look: How Will The Herring River Restoration Affect You? This program is a four-week series designed to share information and questions, sponsored by Herring River Concerned Citizens. Who Are the Herring River Concerned Citizens? * We are a group of people from Wellfleet and Truro who are researching the potential risks and benefits of the Herring River Restoration to help our townspeople develop informed opinions about the Project. * The group includes local shopkeepers and artists as well as town residents with expertise in life science, construction, health care, and corporate management. The Proposed Herring River Restoration Project is Vast and Complex * Understanding the potential benefits and risks is difficult and time-consuming * We have reviewed hundreds of pages of official project documents, spoken with independent experts and studied the scientific literature. * We are still learning and we have more questions than answers! Bring Your Questions, Ideas and Curiosity * We will answer any questions we can and research any we can’t. * We will share what we’ve learned and we want to hear your thoughts. * We will invite representatives from the Friends of the Herring River, the Seashore, the Herring River Restoration Committee and the Selectmen to attend. Just a Few of the Questions We Will Cover * What are the risks of herbicides to wetland life and to people? * What are the arguments for and against controlling phragmites (common reed)? * What is the real-world evidence for benefits to shellfishing beds? * What are the risks of shellfish bed closure and will there be an emergency fund or insurance to protect shellfishermen? * How will construction on major town roads affect access for local residents and tourists? * How might tourism be depressed by road and dike construction and golf course closure? * Will there be an emergency fund or insurance to protect local businesses? * What is adaptive management planning and how is it expected to reduce risk? * How would restoration affect endangered species habitat? * Which entity is legally liable for the Project? * Which entity is liable for financial losses to the Town and to private individuals? Please come share you thoughts and questions on this vast and complex issue.    

PRIVATE EVENT

Saturday, March 11th, 2017 4:00 pm

Feed Your Love Open Mic

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 7:00 pm
6:30 signups, 7pm performances
Feed Your Love Open Mic continues monthly through 2017 at Prez Hall, with new host Alex Brewer! On the 3rd Wednesday of every month, musicians, poets, and storytellers gather at the Feed Your Love Open Mic. From first-time performers to seasoned professionals, our stage proudly hosts an eclectic and vibrant array of local talent and passing troubadours. Whether you play traditional folk ballads or rock and roll, recite free verse poetry or improvise jazz piano, you will find a welcoming and engaged audience. Every month is different but reliably entertaining. Please join us to sing, speak, listen, or just say hello. Sign up begins at 6:30, performances begin at 7 PM. Prez Hall offers a cash bar serving a variety of non-alcoholic beverages, snacks, wine & beer.  

Food On Film: Ulee's Gold

Thursday, March 16th, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
Sponsored by Seaside Liqours   BUY TICKETS HERE There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns. We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Menu (subject to change): Spring greens salad with honeyed walnuts, a honey dressing and Lola’s fresh cheese. Honey yeast rolls with honey butter. Made with local floral and Knotwood honey Thursday March 16th, tonight's feature: ULEE'S GOLD (1997) -1 Oscar Nomination Written and directed by Victor Nunez. Starring Peter Fonda, Patricia Richardson, Christine Dunford and Tom Wood. A swarm of disruptions are abuzz in Ulysses Jackson’s life. Will the bees help this independent-minded and terse loner turn his troubles into Tupelo honey? Peter Fonda’s astonishing performance has been called the finest work of his career.      

Outermost Contra Dance

Friday, March 17th, 2017 7:00 pm
Suggested donation $10
Come dance! The Outermost Contra dance happens on the third Friday of each month, and in different locations on the Outer Cape. For the fall and winter of 2016/2017, Prez Hall is our home.There is a community potluck beforehand at 6:30, with the dance starting at 7:00. Guest musicians TBA. What is contra dance? Contra dancing is social interaction set to music, meeting people, and making new friends. A caller, working with a group of live musicians, guides new and experienced dancers alike through a variety of dances. No need to bring a partner, but bring friends and family! Our dance is supported by a small grant from the Country Dance and Song Society and by donations. The suggested donation is $10 or whatever you can afford to put towards supporting the dances.

Herring River Restoration Project Info Sessions

Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 7:00 pm
4 weekly sessions, Tuesdays (alternating start times -please see schedule)
FREE TO THE PUBLIC & ALL ARE WELCOME A Closer Look: How Will The Herring River Restoration Affect You? This program is a four-week series designed to share information and questions, sponsored by Herring River Concerned Citizens. Who Are the Herring River Concerned Citizens? * We are a group of people from Wellfleet and Truro who are researching the potential risks and benefits of the Herring River Restoration to help our townspeople develop informed opinions about the Project. * The group includes local shopkeepers and artists as well as town residents with expertise in life science, construction, health care, and corporate management. The Proposed Herring River Restoration Project is Vast and Complex * Understanding the potential benefits and risks is difficult and time-consuming * We have reviewed hundreds of pages of official project documents, spoken with independent experts and studied the scientific literature. * We are still learning and we have more questions than answers! Bring Your Questions, Ideas and Curiosity * We will answer any questions we can and research any we can’t. * We will share what we’ve learned and we want to hear your thoughts. * We will invite representatives from the Friends of the Herring River, the Seashore, the Herring River Restoration Committee and the Selectmen to attend. Just a Few of the Questions We Will Cover * What are the risks of herbicides to wetland life and to people? * What are the arguments for and against controlling phragmites (common reed)? * What is the real-world evidence for benefits to shellfishing beds? * What are the risks of shellfish bed closure and will there be an emergency fund or insurance to protect shellfishermen? * How will construction on major town roads affect access for local residents and tourists? * How might tourism be depressed by road and dike construction and golf course closure? * Will there be an emergency fund or insurance to protect local businesses? * What is adaptive management planning and how is it expected to reduce risk? * How would restoration affect endangered species habitat? * Which entity is legally liable for the Project? * Which entity is liable for financial losses to the Town and to private individuals? Please come share you thoughts and questions on this vast and complex issue.

WOMR Outermost Poetry Reading

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 7:30 pm
details coming soon!

Local Lens film series: Organic Farms Are Everywhere

Saturday, March 25th, 2017 7:00 pm
$10 includes small plate tasting and post-screening discussion
BUY TICKETS HERE

Open Doorway of Cape Cod: Teen Challenge Brockton Men's Choir

Wednesday, March 29th, 2017 7:00 pm
Free monthly meetings, open to the public
Join the folks at Open Doorway and members of your community for a discussion about Lower Cape addiction resources, and how you can help. Open Q&A time at end of meeting. Featured guest speakers each month. FREE Refreshments will be served! For more details contact us at 844-THE-ODCC or visit: www.theopendoorofcapecod.org, or www.facebook.com/OpenDoorsCapeCod.

Woods Hole To Wellfleet Film Series: REVIVAL: THE SAM BUSH STORY

Saturday, April 1st, 2017 7:30 pm
$12.00
Not many musicians can lay claim to being the ‘father’ of an entire genre of music. Sam Bush can. In Revival: The Sam Bush Story, audiences will experience the power of Sam’s musical journey. Widely considered the ‘Father of Newgrass’, Sam has become the icon of his own genre. Sam Bush pioneered a new genre of music and inspired some of the world’s most famous bands and accomplished musicians — yet for countless potential fans, the “Father of Newgrass” remains an unknown legend. In the film, noted musicians from Alison Krauss to John Oates, from the Avett Brothers to Chris Thile, say many of today’s biggest acts in Bluegrass, Newgrass, Americana and the jam band scene owe a debt of gratitude to Sam. But where does Father of Newgrass fit in the new world of acoustic music? While musicians he inspired reach levels of stardom Sam never did, his challenge is to remain relevant: one show at a time. “Too old to be young and too young to be an old legend,” is how Sam describes himself. The film features appearances by Alison Krauss, John Oates, Emmylou Harris, Bela Fleck, David Grisman, Ricky Skaggs, Del McCoury, Jeff Hanna, The Avett Brothers, Greensky Bluegrass, Steep Canyon Rangers, Peter Rowan, Sierra Hull, the Sam Bush Band, among others.

Herring River Restoration Project Info Sessions

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 4:00 pm
4 weekly sessions, Tuesdays (alternating start times -please see schedule)
FREE TO THE PUBLIC & ALL ARE WELCOME A Closer Look: How Will The Herring River Restoration Affect You? This program is a four-week series designed to share information and questions, sponsored by Herring River Concerned Citizens. Who Are the Herring River Concerned Citizens? * We are a group of people from Wellfleet and Truro who are researching the potential risks and benefits of the Herring River Restoration to help our townspeople develop informed opinions about the Project. * The group includes local shopkeepers and artists as well as town residents with expertise in life science, construction, health care, and corporate management. The Proposed Herring River Restoration Project is Vast and Complex * Understanding the potential benefits and risks is difficult and time-consuming * We have reviewed hundreds of pages of official project documents, spoken with independent experts and studied the scientific literature. * We are still learning and we have more questions than answers! Bring Your Questions, Ideas and Curiosity * We will answer any questions we can and research any we can’t. * We will share what we’ve learned and we want to hear your thoughts. * We will invite representatives from the Friends of the Herring River, the Seashore, the Herring River Restoration Committee and the Selectmen to attend. Just a Few of the Questions We Will Cover * What are the risks of herbicides to wetland life and to people? * What are the arguments for and against controlling phragmites (common reed)? * What is the real-world evidence for benefits to shellfishing beds? * What are the risks of shellfish bed closure and will there be an emergency fund or insurance to protect shellfishermen? * How will construction on major town roads affect access for local residents and tourists? * How might tourism be depressed by road and dike construction and golf course closure? * Will there be an emergency fund or insurance to protect local businesses? * What is adaptive management planning and how is it expected to reduce risk? * How would restoration affect endangered species habitat? * Which entity is legally liable for the Project? * Which entity is liable for financial losses to the Town and to private individuals? Please come share you thoughts and questions on this vast and complex issue.

Food On Film: O Brother Where Art Thou

Thursday, April 6th, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
Sponsored by Seaside Liqours   BUY TICKETS HERE There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns. We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Menu (subject to change): Deviled Egg and Pickled Grapes with Rosemary & Chiles. Dexter’s Grist Mill Cornbread, Vegetarian Jambalaya Thursday April 9th, tonight's feature: O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU? (2000) Directed by Joel & Ethan Coen, based on Homer’s epic poem “The Odyssey”. Starring George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson, Holly Hunter, John Goodman. One of our all-time most favorite films, there’s a flood of great performances, a mix of classic blues and a surreal stroll that is not your typical walk through the bluegrass park.

Community Dance Party

Saturday, April 8th, 2017 7:30 pm
details coming soon!

Informational Presentation: Glyphosate Toxicity To Aquatic Life and Humans

Thursday, April 13th, 2017 6:00 pm
Guest speakers Dr. Eric Chivian and Dr. Philip Landrigan. Free & All are welcome.
GLYPHOSATE TOXICITY TO AQUATIC LIFE AND HUMANS Featuring guest speakers Dr. Eric Chivian and Dr. Philip Landrigan Sponsored by The Herring River Concerned Citizens Eric Chivian, M.D., an Associate of the Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Department at Harvard University, directs The Program for Preserving the Natural World, Inc (PPNW). At PPNW he educates policy-makers and the public about the environmental and human health risks of pesticides including glyphosate. Philip Landrigan, M.D., is Professor of Environmental Medicine and Pediatrics and Dean for Global Health in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Landrigan chaired a National Academy of Sciences Committee which found that children are uniquely vulnerable to pesticides and other toxic chemicals. This led to a federal pesticide law and the only US environmental statute containing explicit provisions to protect the health of children.    

Herring River Restoration Project Info Sessions

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 7:00 pm
4 weekly sessions, Tuesdays (alternating start times -please see schedule)
FREE TO THE PUBLIC & ALL ARE WELCOME These weekly meetings are sponsored by the Herring River Concerned Citizens, a group from Wellfleet/Truro who are researching the potential risks and benefits of the Herring River Restoration Project to help townspeople develop informed opinions about the project. During these sessions, we will share what we've learned based on the hundreds of pages of official project documents we've reviewed, scientific literature we've studied, and consultations we've had with independent experts. We'll continue research to find answers to further questions, and invite reps from the Friends of the Herring River, The Natl. Seashore, the Herring River Restoration Committee and the Selectmen to attend. Please come share you thoughts and questions on this vast and complex issue.

Feed Your Love Open Mic

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 7:00 pm
6:30 signups, 7pm performances
Feed Your Love Open Mic continues monthly through 2017 at Prez Hall, with new host Alex Brewer! On the 3rd Wednesday of every month, musicians, poets, and storytellers gather at the Feed Your Love Open Mic. From first-time performers to seasoned professionals, our stage proudly hosts an eclectic and vibrant array of local talent and passing troubadours. Whether you play traditional folk ballads or rock and roll, recite free verse poetry or improvise jazz piano, you will find a welcoming and engaged audience. Every month is different but reliably entertaining. Please join us to sing, speak, listen, or just say hello. Sign up begins at 6:30, performances begin at 7 PM. Prez Hall offers a cash bar serving a variety of non-alcoholic beverages, snacks, wine & beer.  

Outermost Contra Dance

Friday, April 21st, 2017 7:00 pm
Suggested donation $10
Come dance! The Outermost Contra dance happens on the third Friday of each month, and in different locations on the Outer Cape. For 2017, Prez Hall is our home. There is a community potluck beforehand at 6:30, with the dance starting at 7:00. Guest musicians TBA. What is contra dance? Contra dancing is social interaction set to music, meeting people, and making new friends. A caller, working with a group of live musicians, guides new and experienced dancers alike through a variety of dances. No need to bring a partner, but bring friends and family! Our dance is supported by a small grant from the Country Dance and Song Society and by donations. The suggested donation is $10 or whatever you can afford to put towards supporting the dances.

Non-Profit Fair

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 11:00 am
details coming soon!

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