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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

Chatham Mid-Summer Celebration Fireworks & Fun

Chatham, MA August 5 @ 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a picnic or support the Chatham Anglers with a visit to the concession stand for snacks or dinner. SEE MORE

48th Annual Buzzards Bay Regatta

Cape Cod Canal, Buzzards Bay, MA August 6 - August 8

The BBR Committee is excited for 2021. As we move forward with the 48th Regatta, we understand there is still some uncertainty due to COVID. We are confident the plans for the 48th BBR will allow us to run even with restrictions in place. We are committed to a safe,… SEE MORE

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When to Expect the Warmest Day of the Year

8/2/2021 by US Harbors

During the summer months, most areas in the United States approach their highest temperatures for the year. To give you a better idea of the warmest time of year for your area, NCEI has created “Warmest Day of the Year” maps with the help of Climate.gov for the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. The maps… SEE MORE

Alaska's rugged coastline

Largest US Quake in Half-century Causes Alaska Little Damage

7/31/2021 by US Harbors

By Mark Thiessen. ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The largest earthquake in the United States in the last half century produced a lot of shaking but spared Alaska any major damage in a sparsely populated region, officials said Thursday. The magnitude 8.2 earthquake was reported about 10:15 p.m. Wednesday, and it… SEE MORE

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Tokyo Games Could be the Hottest Summer Olympics Ever

7/30/2021 by US Harbors

By Will Jarvis. Years before the coronavirus pandemic delayed the Tokyo Games, caused an uproar over public safety and left arenas empty, researchers were sounding the alarm over another concern for the world's top athletes: extreme heat. Tokyo's Olympic and Paralympic Games are expected to be one of — if… SEE MORE

Where to keep your boat in a hurricane.

A Guide to Preparing Marinas and Boats for Hurricanes

7/29/2021 by US Harbors

Boat owners from Maine to Texas have a reason to become edgy in the late summer and fall: Each year, on average, two hurricanes will come ashore somewhere along the Gulf or Atlantic coasts, destroying homes, sinking boats, and turning people's lives topsy turvy for weeks, or even months. This… SEE MORE