CAPE COD ACTIVITIES and EVENTS
Sitting is ok – but Activity is even better!
THERE’S LOTS OF FUN AND INTERESTING THINGS TO DO ON CAPE COD
you just need to know where it’s all happening!
CapeCodSeniors.org Events Calendar – Upcoming Events
Have your event or happening listed on CCS for Free – Just use the Contact Form with Event in the Subject area.
Don’t forget all the specifics, date, time, etc., along with a photo you would like to use (optional)
Glad the events page is finally a reality – it will take some time to populate, so be sure to check in frequently.
There are a boat load of Activities and Events located right at your town’s Senior Centers – check them out; you will be pleasantly surprised!
Time to get your walking shoes on!
The Cape has hundreds of arts organizations and businesses, ranging in size from small galleries to the Cape Symphony Orchestra. There are opportunities to get involved through performing, volunteering or classes.
The local newspaper calendar sections list performances and auditions. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod is the state-designated arts agency on the Cape and can provide information about events and local organizations.
3 Shoot Flying Hill Road
Centerville, MA 02632
508-362-0066 Fax: 508-362-6688
Arts Cape Cod
Supports, promotes and celebrates art and culture on Cape Cod. Call for information on programs
Senior Softball League
A great group of guys looking for more “55 and over” friends. You can play, coach, umpire or keep score.
Stay young! Join us.
This page will grow and grow with things to do and places to go, specifically chosen for the older population
Please feel free to suggest an activity you thing would be appropriate in the comment area below.
Recently you had a Country Music Group what was there name & do you have their info? I am looking for entertainment for the 50+Club @ Christ the king parish
Are there any ACTIVE senior centers in the area of Buzzards Bay, Wareham or Bourne ( before the bridge onto the cape )where an older isolated, senior might find a walking partner or some activities that would help engage her and help with her deteriating health problems? Any suggestions would be enormously helpful. Thanks.
If you are looking “off Cape”, I would go to your local Senior Center (Council on Aging) and start there. You will find them quite helpful. If you live in Wareham, just click here and it will take you to their site.
If you are in Bourne, check here.
All Cape Cod Senior Centers are listed here.
I hope this is helpful.