All program prices are $10 for members and $15 for non-members for both live and encore viewing.
Programs will begin at 7:00pm, unless otherwise noted.
Due to the new Covid guidelines advance ticket sales are no longer required.
If you missed a performance you can view a recording online. Just click "Encore Viewing" to purchase. It will be available from Tuesday thru Sunday of that week.
Wild Care expert Stephanie Ellis-The History of Wild Life Migration on Cape Cod, the ebb and flow of animal species on Cape Cod over the years. Sponsored by Gary Ellis and George Muhlebach.
Joe Yukna, Director of Cape Cod’s Military Museum-Gunpowder & Greasepaint, the story about how the AAA Training Command Camp Edwards, the AA Demonstration Battalion Royal Artillery and superstar Dennis resident Gertrude Lawrence all came together in 1943 Cape Cod. Sponsored by Dianne Mahoney and Charles MacMillen.
JULY 7: (note- this is a Wednesday!): The Spanish Flu-A Worldwide Pandemic Acclaimed Boston author and historian Anthony Mitchell Sammarco demonstrates how history tends to repeat itself in this exploration of Boston during WWWI and the disease known as the Spanish flu that decimated the world’s population. Sponsored by Greg and Barbara Masterson, Patrick & Susan Tyrrell.
Acclaimed Author Eric Jay Dolin; A Furious Sky: A 500 Year History of America’s Hurricanes. Sponsored by Robert and Candy Thomson.
George Mason University professor John Turnerpresents 1619 or 1620: The Plymouth Pilgrims and the Meaning of American History. Professor is the author of They Knew They Were Pilgrims, a fresh look at the Plymouth Colony and the Contest for American Liberty. Sponsored by Robert and Candy Thomson.
JULY 26: Joe’s At Sea- Acclaimed artist Joe Diggs talks about the local icon Joe’s Twin Villas. Sponsored by Diane and David Munsell.
AUGUST 2: An immersive history with Judith Kalaora – Rendezvous with Rachel Revere. Sponsored by a generous Anonymous donor and Lineal, Inc.
Are There Runes in The Dunes with popular speaker and Barnstable (& London) resident Timothy Lindburg. Sponsored by Jeffrey and Nancy Bilezikian.
Whaling Captains of Color, Skip Finley
Popular Cape Cod historian Don Wilding presents Cape Cod Shipwrecks, Stories of Tragedy & Triumph. Sponsored by Avery Revere and Friends of Barnstable Harbor.
Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum investigator Anthony Amore, presents The Woman Who Stole Vermeer, the true story of Rose Dugdale & the Russborough House Art Heist. Sponsored by Cathy Sacks.
Now You See Them, Now You Don’t; The Pilgrims Landing on Cape Cod with National Park Ranger Bill Burke. Sponsored by Doug Mitchell & Christine Welch.
SEPTEMBER 20: Linda Monchikin ROSE, a one act play starring the matriarch of the Kennedy family, Rose Kennedy. Sponsored by Helen Feher, Larry & Beth Thayer, Maggi & Alan Tyson.
: King Philip’s War, The History & Legacy of America’s Forgotten Conflict with best-selling author Michael Tougias. Sponsored by Vincent Miles & Helen Campbell. This program is also made possible through a Town of Barnstable/Hyannis Chamber of Commerce Tourism Grant.
Archaeology and Historical Rediscovery; Archaeologist Robert Chartrand discusses the rediscovery of Historic Jamestowne and the possibilities of archaeological rediscovery on Cape Cod. Sponsored by Jon & Eliza Lewis. This program is also made possible through a Town of Barnstable/Hyannis Chamber of Commerce Tourism Grant. Sponsored by Gene Guill.
Cape Cod native and best-selling author Casey Sherman-The Last Days of John Lennon. Sponsored by Peter & Sue Eleftherakis.
Wrap up Jazz and a different historic perspective with Wampanoag tribal member Morgan Peters. Sponsored by Joseph & Ann Stockwell. This program is also made possible through a Town of Barnstable/Hyannis Chamber of Commerce Tourism Grant.