December 5, 2014
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Renaissance Fair in Woods Hole Dec 6th

Join the Woods Hole community at Community Hall (72 Water Street) this weekend on Saturday December 6th for the annual “Renaissance Fair” with crafts, hand-made wreaths for sale, Solstice Singers and much more! This years crafts include over 30 artisans with hand made goods, local photographs, watercolors, wonderful jellies, jams and hot sauces, jewelry, knit hats, candles and kids toys.  The Woods Hole Renaissance Fair is the perfect place to do all your holiday shopping, while enjoying the festive Woods Hole atmosphere.  For lunch in Woods Hole, try the home made soups from Church of the Messiah at the Firehouse, […]
November 26, 2014

CASTING CALL – Do You Know Someone Who Should Represent Cape Cod On TV?

Some of you may already know, but for those of you that don’t, we have been working with a prominent Los Angeles based production company to bring a television show to Cape Cod for a while now. Well, we are officially going into production on a project to do a reality television show about, what else? The Real Cape. This production company works with the Nat Geo network and they are 100% on board with producing a show that is authentic in respect to the Cape Cod that we know and love. We would not have signed off on this […]
November 16, 2014

Last Chance to See the Woods Hole Theater Company’s production of “Harvey”

Performances November 13-15 at 8:00 PM and November 16 at 2:00 PM, Woods Hole Community Hall Dan Tritle, host of Morning Edition on local NPR station WCAI, plays Elwood P. Dowd the man who sees Harvey, the giant rabbit.  Playing Elwood Dowd has been a long-time ambition of Mr. Tritle.  He said in an recent interview, “I’ve wanted to do a full-fledged production of “Harvey” ever since I first encountered the play three decades ago in a college acting class.  At the time, we did three scenes of the play; I was Elwood P. Dowd, and the instructor thought it might be possible to do […]
July 25, 2014

Woods Hole Celebrates a 23-Year Film Festival Tradition

Woods Hole is perhaps best known as the point of departure for vacationers heading to Martha’s Vineyard, not to mention scientists heading out to do research at sea. But each summer, the community becomes a major destination for filmmakers and film lovers alike during the Woods Hole Film Festival, the oldest film festival on the Cape and Islands and one of the longest running festivals in New England. This year, from Saturday, July 26 to Saturday, August 2, the sidewalks, restaurants, and auditoriums transform into a place where films, music, science and summer meet. Now in its 23rd year, WHFF […]