Barnstable Land Trust @ the 1717 Meetinghouse – Honoring our Past and Protecting our Future

1717 Meetinghouse 2049 Meetinghouse Way, West Barnstable, Ma

Janet Milkman, Executive Director of the Barnstable Land Trust, speaks on the historic roots and future direction of land conservation in Barnstable. Held in one of the oldest standing public buildings on Cape Cod, the event is open to the public and free of charge, but donations are welcomed.

Opening Day @ Phinney-Jones House

Come on down and stroll the gardens, hang out with our Docent and check out our exhibits at the Barnstable Historical Society this year!

1717 Meetinghouse Lecture Series – Hyannis Sound

1717 Meetinghouse 2049 Meetinghouse Way, West Barnstable, Ma

Harmony-packed Pop, Rock and Traditional tunes in one of the finest acoustical spaces on Cape Cod! These 10 young men tour to rave reviews. We hope to see you there!


Barnstable Village Parade

About Barnstable 4th of July Parade…Don’t miss this 4th of July tradition. Big floats, small floats, bikes walkers, motorcycles and dogs are all included in this parade. It begins at the County Complex on Railroad Avenue and proceeds down Main Street (Route 6A); left onto Mill Way and continue to the Village Hollow where it will […]

2022 Town of Barnstable Fourth of July Celebrations, the Cape Symphony led by Artistic Director & Conductor Jung-Ho Pak

Michael K. Aselton Memorial Park 135 South St, Hyannis, MA 02601 Cross Streets: Between Old Colony Rd and Pleasant St, Hyannis, MA

As part of the 2022 Town of Barnstable Fourth of July Celebrations, the Cape Symphony led by Artistic Director & Conductor Jung-Ho Pak and featuring several special guests will perform on Monday, July 4, 2022 at 8:00 PM at Michael K. Aselton Memorial Park in Hyannis. The performance, blending pop, Broadway, patriotic, and Americana music, […]

Behind each stone is a story . .

Historians Rev. Stephen Trimble and Nancy Viall Shoemaker will show and tell you a few of the more interesting ones – laced with a bit of scandal!

CG36500 is coming to visit Barnstable Harbor!

MillWay Marina 253 Millway, Barnstable, MA

Save the Date Monday, Aug. 8, 1-3 pm • Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2 - 4 pm Check Back for Exciting details on this wonderful opportunity to experience the CG-36500. The CG-36500ely difficult conditions. It has a heavy 2,000 pounds (910 kg) bronze keel and skeg, watertight compartments, and self-bailing features. Most of its wooden elements are white oak frames, with cypress planking […]

1717 Meting house lecture Series – King Phillip’s War – with Michael Tougias

1717 Meetinghouse 2049 Meetinghouse Way, West Barnstable, Ma

NYTimes bestselling author returns to the 1717 Meetinghouse on Friday, August 19, @ 7PM with the harrowing story of one of America's first and costliest wars. Students of history, the colonial war and Native American history will find important insights into one of the most seminal events to shape the American mind and continent. Suggested […]

Barnstable Comedy Club – 100th Anniversary Open House – August 20th

3171 Main Street, Barnstable 3171 Main Street, Barnstable, MA

 OPEN HOUSE  100th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION ~ August 20th​ This year the Barnstable Comedy Club celebrates 100 years of community theater!  We are the longest running live theater on Cape Cod and one of the oldest in America. Please join us in celebration on Saturday, August 20th from 5:00 PM – 10:00 PM at the Clubs theater […]

Tales of Cape Cod – New England Lighthouses and the people who keep them ~ with renown lighthouse expert ~ JEREMY D’ENTREMONT

Tales of Cape Cod Olde Colonial Courthouse, 3026 Main Street, Barnstable, MA

JEREMY D'ENTREMONT is an author, photographer, maritime historian and well known expert on New England historic Lighthouses and their history. He is the President and historian for the American Lighthouse Foundation, founder of Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses, and the historian for the US Lighthouse Society. He has appeared on The History Channel, the Travel […]


Prosecco, Poets and Storytellers in the Gardens

Barnstable Historical Society 3087 Main Street, Barnstable, MA

Please join us in the Lisa Blair Memorial Gardens at the Phinney/Jones House Sip on some Prosecco, nibble on some snacks and listen to 3 wonderful local authors reading and discussing excerpts from their books. Rte. 6A, Barnstable Village across the street from Sturgis Library Suggested donation $10


1717 Meetinghouse Lecture Series: Nancy Rubin Stuart – author of Poor Richard’s Women

1717 Meetinghouse 2049 Meetinghouse Way, West Barnstable, Ma

If you missed the chance to see this presentation at Barnes & Noble, this is a terrific local opportunity. We love this combination of actor and storyteller together - It totally works! The event is very informative, interactive and fun.  We hope to see you there!