Special Events

Bid for VIP Tickets to SNL | The Cape Playhouse | Today through Wednesday | Cape Playhouse has 2 VIP tickets to the Saturday Night Live Dress Rehearsal on November 16 with host and musical guest Harry Styles | Proceeds go directly to the 2019 Annual Appeal | info@capeplayhouse.com/508-385-3911 for charitybuzz.com url | 820 Route 6A, Dennis

Holiday Events

Annual Harvest Dinner | Crane Hall, Bourne United Methodist Church | Tomorrow | 5:30 PM | Bourne Historical Society annual dinner | Traditional turkey dinner | Bag raffle and special guest | Doors open 5:30 PM & dinner at 6 PM | $15 | Tickets not sold at door | Take-out dinner available | All information email events@bournehistoricalsociety.org | 37 Sandwich Road, Bourne

Alternative Gift Market | St. Barnabas Episcopal Church | Tomorrow and Sunday | 11 AM to 3 PM | 13th Annual Upper Cape Alternative Gift Market | One-stop shopping for nontraditional gifts | Donations to local and international charities that work to improve people’s lives and the health of this planet | A wide range of appealing fair-trade items at the global bazaar | Free | 91 Main Street, Falmouth

Christmas Fair | John Wesley United Methodist Church | November 15 | 2 to 7 PM | November 16 | 8:30 AM to 2 PM | Baked goods, sweets, books, greens, wreaths, home decorations, knit items, crafts, and wooden treasures | Boutique and jewelry table | Silent auction featuring two sets of premium Patriots tickets | Lasagna dinner Friday at 2 PM | Soup and sandwich lunch on Saturday at 11 AM | johnwesleyumc.org/508-548-3050 | 270 Gifford Street, Falmouth

Annual Holiday Fair & Lobster Roll Lunch | North Falmouth Congregational Church | November 16 |9 AM to 2 PM | Lobster rolls & Chowder luncheon 11 AM to 1 PM | Beverages & goodies available all day | Holiday items, jewelry, attic treasures, baked goods, silent auction featuring handmade quilts, raffle items, greens, wreaths, antique dolls, home decorations & more | 155 Old Main Road, North Falmouth

Luncheon and Bake Sale | Bourne United Methodist Church | November 16 | 11 AM to 1:30 PM | Lunch includes Chef Brian’s famous clam chowder or homemade vegetable soup, sandwich, chips, beverage and dessert | Holiday baked goods available and new church ornament for sale | $9 | 508-759-4989 | 27 Sandwich Road, Bourne

Waldorf School Holiday Faire | St. Barnabas Episcopal Church | November 23 | 10 AM to 3 PM | 29th Annual Holiday Faire featuring items from Le Cafe Splendid, juggling, The Pickle Man, candle dipping, Chef Peet’s scrumptious food, live music, juried artisans, unique handcrafting, children’s activities | 91 West Main Street | Falmouth

Christmas Fair | St. John the Evangelist Welcome Center | November 30 | 9 AM to 3 PM | Family Christmas Fair featuring artisans, crafters, and vendors | Lunch for sale | Christmas items | Cookie decorating | 841 Shore Road, Pocasset

American Girl Holiday Tea Party | The Ridge Club | Saturday, December 14 | Ticket sales began November 4 | Sandwich Women’s Club hosts holiday tea party for girls, their dolls and the special ladies in their lives | Proceeds from event will benefit education and literacy programs in Sandwich | Two seatings: 11 AM and 2:30 PM | Also a raffle for an American Girl doll | Activities and crafts | Reservations required | $30(adults)/$20(girls under age 10)/Dolls admitted free | www.sandwichwomensclub.org | 70 Country Club Road, Sandwich

Talks/Meetings

Call To Artists | Cotuit Center for the Arts | Through Monday | The center has taken the reins of the popular annual Winter Art exhibit | Deadline for submission of artwork is Monday, November 11 | More information: artsonthecape/explore/heroes-villains | 4404 Route 28, Cotuit

Women’s Club of New Seabury | The Club at New Seabury | Tuesday | 11 AM to 3 PM | The Women’s Club of New Seabury is celebrating 50 years of philanthropy with ‘We Care’ Giving Fair | Fair to benefit local food pantries, shelters and Mashpee Scholarship Foundation Trust | Silent auctions, bake tables, raffles, contests and more | All welcome | Reservations were due by November 4 | Contact Kitty Gold 508-477-5106 | www.womensclubofnewseabury.com | 95 Shore Drive West, Mashpee

Upper Cape Camera Club | Falmouth Art Center | Wednesday | 7 PM | Robert Manz will present “The Varnished Print” | Social time and refreshments at 6:30 PM | 137 Gifford Street, Falmouth

Mashpee Environmental Coalition | Mashpee Library | Thursday | 4 to 5:45 PM | November board meeting with topics to include environmental and and conservation issues important to Mashpee | All are welcome | 64 Steeple Street, Mashpee

Cape Cod Maritime Museum | Community Room, CCM | November 17 | 2 to 4 PM | Bill Cook will give a talk and show video of his 2010 voyage to Greenland with friends on his 56-foot sloop Resolution | $15/$10(members) | www.capecodmaritimemuseum.org/508-775-1723 | 125 South Street, Hyannis

Mashpee Women’s Club | New Seabury Country Club | November 19 | Noon | Cathy Torrey, a director of the Abigail Adams Historical Society presents ‘Remembering Abigail’ | Reservations due Tuesday November 12 | Guests $30/members $25 | Send check to MWC, PO Box 1613, Mashpee | mashpeewomensclub.org | 95 Shore Drive West, Mashpee

Jewish Book Council Talk | Falmouth Jewish Congregation | November 19 | 7 PM | Harvard Law School Professor Robert Mnookin discusses “The Jewish American Paradox: Embracing Choice in a Changing World” | Professor Mnookin is the author of nine books and a leading scholar in the field of conflict resolution | www.falmouthjewish.org/508-540-0602 | 7 Hatchville Road, E. Falmouth

Exhibits

Cahoon Museum of American Art | Featured exhibitions: Soo Sunny Park — Boundary Conditions / November 8 to December 22 | Gretchen Romey-Tanzer — Inspirations / through December 22 | Reception November 8: 4:30 to 6:30 PM | cahoonmuseum.org/508-428-7581 | Free | 4676 Falmouth Road, Cotuit

Falmouth Art Center | Herman Gallery: November 1 to 18: ‘Then and Now — Historical Perspective’ | Landrau-Partan Gallery: November 1 to 18: Mystery Artist Palette Fundraiser | Sigel Gallery: November 1 to 30: ‘Wood Creations’ by Gary Tabor | Opening reception for all shows: November 8 | 5 to 7 PM | Free / open to the public | www.falmouthart.org/508-540-3304 | 137 Gifford Street, Falmouth

The Gallery at FCTV | Falmouth Community Television | November 3 through December 4 | A November Gift Gallery featuring local artists, artisans and crafters | 310 Dillingham Avenue, Falmouth

Thomas E. Hanley Art Gallery, Falmouth Hospital | Artwork by the Painted Ladies of Bourne on display at the gallery on the Level B of the Faxon Center | Sponsored by Falmouth Hospital Auxiliary | Funds from sales commissions support auxiliary’s efforts | Now through December 28 | mhenloc@yahoo.com/508-495-0870 | 100 TerHeun Drive, Falmouth

Classes/Workshops/Tours

Monotypes and More | Falmouth Art Center | Tomorrow | 9 AM to 4 PM | Alice Galick leads this one-day intensive print-making workshop for new and experienced artists | Class break from 12:30 to 1 PM/ bring own lunch | $105/$90(members) | falmouthart.org/508-540-3304 | 137 Gifford Street, Falmouth

Jewelry Repair Workshop | Falmouth Art Center | November 16 | 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM | Leslie Spencer | Search your jewelry box for broken pieces, even one earring, to fix or turn into a new wearable pendant, earring, bracelet, or necklace | $80/$65(members) | falmouthart.org/508-540-3304 | 137 Gifford Street, Falmouth

Writing/Poetry

Writing Workshop | Woods Hole Public Library | November 16 | 7 to 8:45 PM | One-day session focusing on how to write a memoir, from 2 to 10 pages, with author and professor Caroline Joy Adams | Free | Limited to 20 attendees | Must register: www.woodsholepubliclibrary.org/508-548-8961 | 581 Woods Hole Road, Woods Hole

Film

‘Farmsteaders’ | Woods Hole Public Library | Wednesday: 7:30 PM | Thursday: 4 PM | Documentary focuses on Nolan family resurrecting the family’s dairy farm | A study of place and persistence of a forsaken people who grow the food that sustains consumers | Free | www.woodsholepubliclibrary.org/508-548-8961 | 7 Highfield Drive, Falmouth

‘VAI’ | Redfield Auditorium | November 16 | 7 PM | Woods Hole film Festival Dinner & A Movie feature | “VAI” is a collaborative narrative film from New Zealand focusing on stories of eight women | $14/$12(members)/$10(students & veterans) 45 Water Street, Woods Hole

‘Back to the Moon’ | Redfield Auditorium | November 15 | Noon | Peanut Butter Club presents video ‘Back to the Moon,’ where new scientific discoveries are fueling excitement for a return to the lunar surface | Light refreshments | Free/donations accepted | 45 Water Street, Woods Hole

Food

Community Meal | Around The Table | Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday | Doors open at 11:15 AM; meal served from 11:30 to 12:30 | No-cost, home-cooked, family friendly meal | All are welcome | Meals served at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church parish house, 91 West Main Street, Falmouth

Family/Kids

Toddler Playgroup | Bridgeview Montessori School | November 18 | 9:30 to 11 AM | Through January 27 | For children between 8 months and 3 years of age | Children and parent/caregiver invited to play, sing, read, and move within the Montessori setting, with Margaret Shields | Visit classrooms, discuss programs | Free | For more information contact Suzanne Lawson/508-888-3567 | www.bridgeviewmontessori.org | 885 Sandwich Road, Sagamore

Fundraisers/Benefits

Pottery Raffle | Woods Hole Public Library | Through December 11 | Potters will again offer pieces in support of the library | Viewing available during library hours | Images on library website | Ticket sales for raffle available at library | $2 for one, $5 for three | Last day of sales and drawing December 11 | www.woodsholepubliclibrary.org | 581 Woods Hole Road, Woods Hole

Auditions

‘Arsenic & Old Lace’ | Cotuit Center for the Arts | Saturday: 9 AM to Noon | Sunday: 10 AM to 1 PM | 7 PM | Director Steve Ross welcomes auditions for this classic dark comedy, set to run January 30 to February 16 | Read from sides, be ready to have fun | artsonthecape.org | 4404 Route 28, Cotuit

‘Driving Miss Daisy’ | Barnstable Comedy Club | November 12 & 13 | 7 PM | Director Ann Ring seeks one female, age 60-75, an African-American male age 60-75 and a male at 35-45 | More information can be viewed at www.barnstablecomdeyclub.org | Production runs Janurary 9 to 26 | 3171 Main Street, Barnstable

Dance

Dunya Dancemeditation | Old Woods Hole Fire Station | Tomorrow & Thursday | 11 AM to 12:30 PM | Regenerate, heal, connect, | Explore gentle curvilinear motion, vibration, hand dances, and breathing | Bring mat, water, veil (optional) | Taught by Dunya Dianne McPherson, Shattari Master teacher of founder, Dancemeditation | 72 Water Street, Woods Hole

Music

Falmouth Chamber Players | John Wesley United Methodist Church | Saturday: 4 PM | Sunday: 3 PM | With William Drury, guest conductor | Program with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4, Mozart’s Symphony No. 3, Dvorak Slovanic Dances No. 8 | Admission at door | Suggested donation $20 adults/$5 students | 270 Gifford Street, Falmouth

Laszlo Gardony | West Falmouth Library | Sunday | 4 PM | Concert in celebration of new release ‘La Marseillaise’ and new arrangements of standards | Co-sponsored with Falmouth Jazz as benefit to support restoration of the library’s c-1918 Knabe grand piano | $30 | westfalmouthlibrary.org | 575 West Falmouth Highway, W. Falmouth

BoCoCelli and Chappaquoit Cellists | Woodsy Hole Community Hall | November 16 | 7 PM | BoCoCelli, a cello octet from Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and the Chappaqoit Cellists perform classical and contemporary works | $15(cash) at door | 68 Woods Hole Road, Woods Hole

Tribute to Randy Newman | The Gallery on Main | November 16 | 6:30 to 8:30 PM | The Jeff Lowe quartet performs musical tribute to Randy Newman | Doors open at 5:30 PM | $20 | 317 Main Street, Falmouth

Theater/Comedy

‘She Loves Me’ | Highfield Theater | Today through November 24 | Friday and Saturday: 7:30 PM | Sunday: 2 PM | Falmouth Theater Guild presents ‘She Loves Me’ where two feuding perfume clerks have no idea they are in love in this old-fashioned comedy involving mistaken identity and letter writing | $23/$21(seniors 62+)/$19(-under 18) | falmouththeatreguild.org/866-811-4111 | 58 Highfield Drive, Falmouth

‘Flowers in the Desert’ | Black Box Theatre | Through November 24 | Thursdays through Saturdays: 7:30 PM | Sunday: 2 PM | by Donna Hoke | A couple’s journey of growth and redemption and their efforts to reconnect, communicate, and care for each other | $20/$15(members) | artsonthecape.org/508-428-0669 | 4404 Route 28, Cotuit

‘Miracle on 34th Street: The Musical’ | Barnstable Comedy Club | Through November 24 | Thursday, Friday & Saturday: 7:30 PM | Sunday: 2:30 PM | Kris Kringle does his best to convince the cynics in this holiday classic | Directed by Sonia Schonning | barnstablecomedyclub.org/508-362-6333 | $25/$22(seniors&students) | 3171 Main Street, Barnstable

‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’ | Sea Crest Beach Hotel | Saturday | 8 PM | Flapjack Comedy presents pharmacist funnyman Arti Januario | with Al Park | hosted by Shawn Carter | $25 | flapjackcomedy.com/508-274-2190 | 350 Quaker Road, N. Falmouth

‘The George Gershwin Reader’ | Falmouth Academy/Simon Center’s Hermann Theater | Saturday | 10 AM | Pianist and Gershwin authority Robert Wyatt, co-editor of Oxford University Press’ ‘The George Gershwin Reader,’ will present a program exploring the life and legacy of George Gershwin | Mr. Wyatt will perform | Rare film footage, archival recordings featured | $25 | www.falmouthacademy.org | 7 Highfield Drive, Falmouth

‘The American Soldier’ | Barnstable Comedy Club | Monday | 7 PM | Douglas Taurel enters into the personas of 14 veterans and their familiy members, telling their story of courage and sacrifice | Based on letters written by veterans and their families from the American Revolution through present-day Iraq and Afghanistan | $20 | Tickets at door or www.barnstablecomedyclub.org | 3171 Main Street, Barnstable

‘The Sherlock Problem’ | Cotuit Center for the Arts | Wednesday | 7:30 PM | 2nd Wednesday Theater presents play reading of ‘The Sherlock Problem’ revealing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fraught relationship with his literary creation, Sherlock Holmes | Free | artsonthecape.org/508-428-0669 | 4404 Route 28, Cotuit

‘Comedy for a Kidney‘ | The Coonamessett | November 18 | 7 PM | Dave Andrews, Mitch Stinson and host Paul Nardizzi bring the laughs | A portion of the proceeds and a 50/50 raffle will help Trevor get a new kidney | $25 | flapjackcomedy.com/508-274-2190 | 311 Gifford Street, Falmouth

Nightlife

The Bog Pub | 618 MacArthur Boulevard, Pocasset | Saturday, November 9 Brandon Manter 6:30 PM | Thursdays Lee Surrette 5:30 PM

British Beer Company—Falmouth | 263 Grand Avenue, Falmouth Heights | Friday, November 8 Jim Devlin 9 PM | Saturday, November 9 Soul Purpose 9 PM

British Beer Company—Hyannis | 412 Main Street | Friday, November 8 Inside Out 10 PM | Saturday, November 9 Syndicate 10 PM

British Beer Company—Sandwich | 46 Route 6A | Friday, November 8 Daniel Byrnes 9 PM | Saturday, November 9 Naughty Pine Duo 9 PM

Dan’l Webster Inn | 149 Main Street, Sandwich | Fridays | Steve Vaughn 8 PM

Jack’s Restaurant| 327 Gifford Street, Falmouth | Fridays | Charlie Jamieson Jazz Band 7:30 PM | Saturday, November 9 Undercover Band

Liam Maguire’s Irish Pub & Restaurant | 273 Main Street, Falmouth | Friday, November 8 Shananagans | Saturday, November 9 Shananagans | Sundays Commonwealth

Oliver’s & Planck’s Tavern | 960 Main Street, Yarmouth Port | Saturday, Novermber 9 Super Soulshine 9 PM

Harvest Gallery Wine Bar | 776 Main Street, Dennis | Friday, November 8 Earth Junior 8 PM | Saturday, November 9 Funktapuss 8 PM | Sunday, November 10 Crabgrass 6 PM

The Lanes Bowl & Bistro | 9 Greene Street, Mashpee Commons | Friday, November 8 Thee Midnight Society 9:30 PM | Saturday, November 9 Mr Gotcha 9:30 PM

Email calendar submissions to calendar@capenews.net no later than 3 PM Tuesday to appear in Friday’s edition.

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