Cape Cod Potato Chip factory offers free tours and sample chips. Our self-guided tours are free. Closed Weekends and Holidays. You’ll learn about how the chips are made and you’ll see everything from the farmers’ fields to the custom-made kettles. And ake some sample bags home afterward!
Cape Cod potato chips is a subsidiary of Snyders – Lance Inc.
Take a tour of the production area of Cape Cod Beer! Must be 21+ to enjoy the beer! See where Cape Cod Beach Blonde, Cape Cod Red, and Cape Cod IPA are made! The perfect opportunity to get an inside look at the warehouse, ask the brewers questions, and try samples of your favorite beers.
“Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe,” is an exhibit at the JFK Hyannis Museum and features intimate, behind-the-scenes images of John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jacqueline, and their children, Caroline and John, taken by Kennedy’s personal photographer.
Join us every Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the best of sea & land…Located on the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum–Home of the Crosby Boats. Free admission to the Museum during the market. #BuyFreshBuyLocalCapeCod
Every Friday, Jun 21 – Sep 13
Since 1932, the band has been playing weekly Summer Friday Night concerts on Main Street in Chatham Center. Our summer concert season starts officially on Friday, June 28th at 8 PM at the Whit Tileston Bandstand in Kate Gould Park and runs for 10 weeks, ending with our last concert on August 30th. If weather is inclement on a Friday, Chatham Band officials make the decision to have or not have concerts at 5 PM.
The public is reminded that they can utilize the Town Parking Lots located at the rear of the Chatham Squire Restaurant (487 Main Street), Chatham Town Hall (549 Main Street) and The Chatham Orpheum Theatre (637 Main Street). On Street Parking is limited.
Free to attend