Weekend Outlook

  

Wondering what to do this weekend? Every Wednesday during All Things Considered, Steve Junker speaks with the editors of Cape Week about events happening on Cape Cod and the Islands. 

You can hear this week's best bets here.

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Hot and muggy, right? What did you expect from mid-August? Here's your rundown of great events and activities happening around the region this weekend.  

Rich Moser

If you’re a fan of live theater, this is a banner week for Cape stages, with a show for pretty much everyone—especially if you like musicals. Here's a rundown of what's out there.

Theophilos Papadopoulos bit.ly/29mGlYQ / bit.ly/OJZNiI

The event calendar is busier than ever as we head into July. Here's your Weekend Outlook. 

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It’s the big Fourth of July holiday weekend, and almost every town is having some type of celebration. Here's your Weekend Outlook.

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There are a lot of different festivals going on this weekend around a wide variety of topics - and great weather to get out and enjoy them.

Cape Cod Times/Christine Hochkep

Sunday is Father’s Day, and there are plenty of activities for dads, and for the whole family, to enjoy.

Steve Heaslip / Cape Cod Times

It is Memorial Day weekend, and there are a variety of events to mark the holiday, particularly parades and services on Monday. Here's your rundown.

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You may think of rubber ducks as baby’s toys in the bathtub, but a big flock of them are going to get into the Bass River Saturday for a good cause.

What's happening this weekend? All Things Considered guest host Travis Bubenik speaks with Kathi Scrizzi-Driscoll of the Cape Cod Times about some of the great things to see and do in our region this weekend.

For example, there's a program happening at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster that draws some links between pollution and frogs. And on Nantucket, it's the 42nd annual Daffodil Festival.

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From storytelling to studying sea creatures to learning about antiques, there's plenty to do this weekend.

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