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Feb
18
How do you use Facebook to help find your ancestors? At the Cape Cod Genealogical Society meeting on February 20, a live webinar entitled “Facebook: A Tool for Genealogy Research,” will be presented by Thomas MacEntee.... (more)
Feb
18
This is a weekly open Irish "session". Irish music is played. Guests are welcome to participate by singing, dancing, storytelling etc. (more)
Feb
19
How do you use Facebook to help find your ancestors? At the Cape Cod Genealogical Society meeting on February 20, a live webinar entitled “Facebook: A Tool for Genealogy Research,” will be presented by Thomas MacEntee.... (more)
Feb
20
How do you use Facebook to help find your ancestors? At the Cape Cod Genealogical Society meeting on February 20, a live webinar entitled “Facebook: A Tool for Genealogy Research,” will be presented by Thomas MacEntee.... (more)
Feb
20
Learn to play Irish traditional music tunes. All instruments welcome. Must be able to play some simple tunes, not necessarily Irish. (more)
Feb
25
COME CELEBRATE PURIM! Sunday, February 25, 2018 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM. Learn about Purim, the zany holiday celebrating our ancient rescue from the evil Haman, through interactive singing, stories and crafts. All preschool children and their parents/caregivers, grandparents & siblings are welcome! Synagogue membership not required.... (more)
Feb
25
This is a weekly open Irish "session". Irish music is played. Guests are welcome to participate by singing, dancing, storytelling etc. (more)
Feb
27
Learn to play Irish traditional music tunes. All instruments welcome. Must be able to play some simple tunes, not necessarily Irish. (more)
Feb
28
“Bill Guttentag's documentary examines the importance of music during the U.S. civil rights movement that took place during the 1950s and '60s. The various sit-ins and public demonstrations of the era incorporated protest songs, folk tunes and spirituals, music that was a crucial part of the movement.... (more)
Mar
4
This is a weekly open Irish "session". Irish music is played. Guests are welcome to participate by singing, dancing, storytelling etc. (more)
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