Yarmouth Massachusetts Events
Heritage Museums & Gardens are putting the shine on this cherished annual event in the heart of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, for the holiday season. This festive weekend includes a variety of activities for children and adults, as well as for family and friends. The weekend is part of a month - the holidays are long, including the annual New Year's Eve celebration in the local museum and gardens, and there is a holiday celebration for all ages.
When daylight gets dark, you can stroll along beautifully lit Main Street and the harbor or watch the fireworks at the Nantucket Whaling Museum. As always, the highlight of the first night in Chatham is the throwing of the cod and the midnight fireworks. Enjoy time shopping and exploring the yacht - filled harbors and water fronts, as well as a visit to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Marine Mammal Center and a tour of Nantsucket's Whalling Museum, which includes a viewing platform overlooking the island's harbor, which was the whale capital of the world 300 years ago.
The annual top exhibit at Cape Codder Resort attracts families from near and far. Model trains chugged and romped through festively decorated miniature scenes in the 2,000-foot-tall exhibition space. Thousands of white lights dazzle the night sky as you celebrate the arrival of pilgrims from New England and their journey to the United States. See also the original landing site where they landed in the USA on the first day of their lives, and the location of their first landing in Massachusetts.
The annual top exhibit at Cape Codder Resort attracts families from near and far and is one of the most popular events in Yarmouth.
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The Mid-Cape Tourism Summit is an event dedicated to preparing Yarmouth businesses for the busy tourism season. This event is public and provides a great opportunity to connect with other tourism professionals from all over the region. Please note that this is the first event of its kind in the state of Massachusetts and one of only a handful of such events in the country.
Guests are encouraged to bring a bag of biscuits, a cup of coffee and a voucher for the Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce. At 6.30 p.m., a red bucket with an elf is parked in front of the entrance of the town hall on its way through the city.
The Osterville Professional Association is organising a free ride for its annual blood donation on Saturday, November 11. Blood donation appointments take place in the Crystal Room, which is at 1225. St. Paul Ave., 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 6: 30 and 7: 45 p.m. P. and in the parking lot of the town hall.
Later, visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Yarmouth, dedicated to our nation's 35th president. The library is located in the heart of Osterville, overlooking the sea - she loves JFK and the city that led him to greatness. It is a living tribute to life during JFK's time.
Spend a festive day in Yarmouth with lots of family fun, including the annual Christmas Parade, the largest Christmas parade in Massachusetts and much more. The highlight is the biggest Christmas parade in Southeast Europe, which attracts visitors with brass band, fireworks, ice rink and Christmas tree lights. The Christmas parade includes hot dogs, fried marshmallows, hot chocolate, cookies, ice cream and more.
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Maureen Taylor will present a virtual workshop on "Zoom" at the Yarmouth Community Center on Saturday, December 23, from 10: 30 to 12: 00. There will be a live performance of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra's song "A Christmas Carol" and a performance by local musicians.
Check out all the local shops and businesses that have dressed up for the holidays, and then vote for your favorite. There is a variety of food and drink as well as a silent auction and there is a chance to find something for you among the 20 artisans and craftsmen who are offering their creations at this year's Christmas Bazaar.
Welcome back to the tradition of the annual Christmas Bazaar at the Sandwich Glass Museum in Sandwich, Massachusetts. A special tree, decorated with unique glass ornaments by some of the most important glass artists in the region, displays spectacular glass exhibits from the museum, which is known worldwide. For a special time of year, the good people at Heritage are decorated with twinkling lights and a variety of Christmas trees and decorations, as well as a special Christmas tree lighting. Visit the Sandwich Glass Museum, which houses a wide selection of rare glass, including the local Boston Sandwich Glass Factory, founded in 1825 by Deming Jarves.