In light of global health concerns and the widespread cancellations of large gatherings, we recommend that you check directly with the organizer to confirm event status prior to attending.

Events & Things to Do in Cape Cod, MA, Massachusetts Filter

No events currently listed for this area. Do you have an event to list? Contact Us.

Latest News for Cape Cod, MA, Massachusetts Filter

A Couple Paddle Boarding in Standing Position by iROCKERitaly Pexels

Gym and Home Exercises To Help Prepare Your Body For SUP Season

6/6/2023 by Param Bhatia

By If you are an avid SUP enthusiast who lives in a seasonal climate you probably spend much of the winter counting down the days until you can use your board again. Maybe you even take a tropical trip in the winter to thaw out and keep your paddling… SEE MORE

Fishing In Daytona Beach

Fishing In Daytona Beach, FL

6/5/2023 by Param Bhatia

By Adam Young, Our US Harbors Fishing Expert About The Region Daytona Beach may be known for its famed raceway or as a popular spring break destination, but don't let that overshadow the fantastic fishing in the region. Situated on the east coast of central Florida, Daytona Beach and the… SEE MORE

Clam chowder recipe VancityAllie VancityAllie for the

The Remarkable Journey of Chowder Without Milk, Potatoes, and Clams

6/4/2023 by Param Bhatia

By ANNE EWBANK. Jump to Recipe. Iconic recipes have to come from somewhere. Welcome to First Draft Foods, where this week we delve into the legends and controversies behind the world’s favorite dishes. Previously, we learned about the origins of red velvet cake. Clam chowder stands alone. Soupier than an average stew,… SEE MORE

NOAA's National Ocean Service, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Preparing for the Worst with a Kelp Seed Bank

6/3/2023 by Param Bhatia

By Natalia Mesa. In Washington State, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s new preservation facility offers a back-up plan for an uncertain future. Kelp is common along temperate shorelines around the world. For millennia, this large brown algae has been vital to coastal Indigenous peoples. In Washington State and British Columbia, kelp… SEE MORE