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A Ride on BUTTERSCOTCH

By Cape Made | Aug 10, 2017

Does anyone out there remember when the Six Flags in western MA was Riverside Park?  Or how about Mountain Park?  Well they were the go-to places for fun when I was a child (about 60 years ago) and one of the favorite rides was always the carousel.  For some reason I feel that my favorite…

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Boys of Summer

By Cape Made | Jul 31, 2017

Throwback Thursday is just what the title implies!  We’d love to have you share some of your family pictures and memories with us.  Yes, we know that today is not Thursday but this blog needed to be posted before the Cape Cod Baseball League comes to an end.   We will begin by sharing one…

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Eat Fresh – Eat Local

By Cape Made | Jul 5, 2017

Fresh produce is always a tasty and healthy choice to make.  Did you know that the Cape has a number of Farmer’s Markets from Falmouth to Provincetown?  Although most of them close by the end of October, some venues operate in the “off season”.  Each town holds these on designated days of the week and…

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What’s In Your Plan?

By Cape Made | Jul 2, 2017

            Celebrating the 4th of July on Cape Cod is fun and provides us a glimpse of small towns with enormous patriotism.  Of course there will be fireworks from Bourne to Provincetown but there will be parades on both land and water, sing alongs and concerts.  The following are just a…

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Back In The Day…..

By Cape Made | Jun 29, 2017

                                                                   . We were both curious to know how our mother used to celebrate the 4h of July so we sat down with her and this…

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Hippie Hill

By Cape Made | Jun 28, 2017

On a nice day, we recommend a walk up Hippie Hill.  Yes, Hippie Hill!  Located at the end of Crooked Cartway, in Marstons Mills – it is a 1.5 mile walk that takes up to  2 hours to complete. There’s “rugged terrain” but a worthwhile view of Nantucket Sound at the top.  A small gravel…

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Carousel of Light

By Cape Made | Jun 25, 2017

Falmouth is home to the famous Carousel of Light.   It is located on the grounds of the Mullen Hall School on Katherine Lee Bates Rd.  This is one of the few hand carved carousels in America.  Falmouth artist Lance Shinkle designed and created this beginning in 1988 by first using a chainsaw on reclaimed…

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Blessing of the Fleet / Portuguese Festival

By Cape Made | Jun 21, 2017

One of the Cape’s time honored traditions is the Blessing of the Fleet in Provincetown.  This event will be held on Sunday, June 25th and is the grand finale of the Provincetown Portuguese Festival.   The festival begins on Thursday, June 22nd and ends June 25th.   There will be activities for the whole family…

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Calling All Judges!

By Cape Made | Jun 20, 2017

On Saturday, June 24th, from 12 noon until 3pm, the Annual Cape Cod Chowder Fest will be held at the Cape Cod Melody Tent in Hyannis. If you’re a chowder lover, bring your appetite and enjoy the afternoon with live music performed by Cape bands.  Some of the best Cape restaurants will be competing for…

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Got Strawberries?

By Cape Made | Jun 15, 2017

Some of our fondest memories growing up were of going to our annual church fair in June. Well here’s an idea for you. On June 17th, St. Barnabas Church in Falmouth holds its annual Strawberry Festival.  The admission is FREE and you’ll find all sorts of activities for the whole family in addition to baked…

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