5 Fun Things to Do On Cape Cod This Week - July 23

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Don't miss an opportunity to view Falmouth's most famous landmark from the inside out!  Tuesday July 24:  Come visit Nobska Point Light from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Noon)  233 Nobska Road, Woods Hole                           

Ever wanted to see what the Lighthouse Keepers saw? Scan the horizon for beautiful views of Martha's Vineyard and the Elizabethan Islands through the original Fresnel lens from 1828. It is Shark Week, after all....could there be any lurking off our coastline?

Monday, July 23:  The Barnstable County Fair opens!   4:00 pm to 11:00 pm   220 Nathan Ellis Highway, East Falmouth

Tickets $12.00 Adults, $5.00 Kids 6-11 with paid adult.  Children under 5 admitted FREE with paid adult. Activities include petting zoo, long pasture touch tank, iFlip Acrobatics, horse demonstrations and more. 

  Barnstable County Fair 

Wednesday, July 25: Don't miss the Demolition Derby at 7:00 pm at the Main Arena...the world's largest demolition derby event.

Two More Great Outdoor Events:

Thursday, July 26:  Can Oysters Save the Bay?   Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, 131 Waquoit Highway, Falmouth   

Meet at the Reserve Visitor Center.  Find out how shellfish in Waquoit Bay contribute to ecological restoration as well as being a local food source.                                   

 WBNERR

Friday, July 27:  Nature After Dark!   7:30 pm to 9:00 pm  Mashpee Town Beach at South Cape, Great Oak Road

Survey in the dark to discover rare bats, luminous creatures and even crawling crustaceans!

Bonus Weekend Fun!

Saturday, July 18:   First Responder Appreciation Event with Touch-a-Truck!      11:00 am to 2:00 pm  at Mid Cape Home Centers, 465 Route 134, S Dennis

Live music, entertainment, food, raffles, silent auction, stool-building activity for kids and touch-a-truck display! Event honors Yarmouth Police Sgt. Sean Gannon's memory by raising funds to support local first responders educational and training needs.

 

Blog Contribution: Jocelyn Czulewicz, Realtor, Clay Realty Group