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Sep
23
5 quart limit per week. Must be 1" thick (all seeds must be returned to rock bed). Rakes and baskets available to rent by donation to support Oyster and Quahog Program. (more)
Sep
24
5 quart limit per week. Must be 1" thick (all seeds must be returned to rock bed). Rakes and baskets available to rent by donation to support Oyster and Quahog Program. (more)
Sep
26
Please join MacArthur genius, Pew and Guggenheim Fellow, renowned conservationist, and NY Times/Nat Geo/Huff Po author, Carl Safina as he kicks off IFAW’s speaker series with his talk based on his seventh book, Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel. Beyond Words brings forth powerful and illuminating insight into the unique personalities of animals through extraordinary stories of animal joy, grief, jealousy, anger, and love.The similarity between human and nonhuman consciousness, self- awareness, and empathy calls us to re-evaluate how we interact with both domestic and wild animals. (more)
Sep
28
Despite its well-established presence in the North Atlantic Ocean, the white shark is not considered an abundant species and efforts to study its ecology have historically been hampered by the inability of researchers to predictably find these sharks.... (more)
Sep
28
The class will begin with a review of basic drawing materials and techniques. We will work from a variety of natural objects such as shells, bones, stones, and plants in the classroom. When the weather is fine we can work outdoors on the beautiful grounds of the Museum.... (more)
Oct
5
The class will begin with a review of basic drawing materials and techniques. We will work from a variety of natural objects such as shells, bones, stones, and plants in the classroom. When the weather is fine we can work outdoors on the beautiful grounds of the Museum.... (more)
Oct
12
The class will begin with a review of basic drawing materials and techniques. We will work from a variety of natural objects such as shells, bones, stones, and plants in the classroom. When the weather is fine we can work outdoors on the beautiful grounds of the Museum.... (more)
Oct
15
Oct
21
October is the month of Archaeology, and on International Archaeology Day Cotuit Library is pleased to host Craig Chartier as he talks about archaeology and Cotuit. Craig has worked on numerous projects on Cape Cod, and will show us how they relate to our lovely village of Cotuit.... (more)
Oct
21
North America's owls are commonly thought of as secretive and nocturnal forest inhabitants. In fact, many owls can be observed, or at least detected during daylight hours, and with a little experience can be discovered relatively easily.... (more)
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