WCAI Events

WCAI regularly hosts events around Cape Cod, on the Islands, and on the South Coast. We hope you can join us!

Currently Featured: Long Haul BookFilm Series at WHAT

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The Long Haul: The Future of New England's Fisheries
New Book Signings Coming Soon 

Copies of The Long Haul: The Future of New England's Fisheries are available at select local bookstores like Yellow Umbrella Books, as well as online.

On Wednesday, April 29th, WCAI's Steve Junker and Brian Morris will be at the Falmouth Library to speak about The Long Haul book and sign copies. The event is from 6-8pm. Come on out! 

Check back to learn more about other upcoming book-signings and events. 

Cape Cod Geek Girl Tech Conference
May 2nd, Plymouth High School

The Cape Cod Geek Girl Tech Conference will take place at Plymouth High School on May 2nd. The conference includes workshops, discussions, help desk, speakers, and demonstrations. It is open to all user levels, and WCAI's Alecia Orsini will be teaching workshops and offering guidance on using Instagram and video technology. Tickets for this all-day event are available at: http://bostonsouth.geekgirltechcon.com/

Sea Change Ocean Conservation Film Series at WHAT 
Series begins January 18
Presented by: Wellfleet Harbor Actor's Studio & Massachusetts Audobon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary 

The film series is a continuation of the partnership between the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater and the Massachusetts Audobon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Each film in the series will be accompanied by a panel discussion or activity. The film series officially begins with "The Shark Riddle" on January 18th at 1 pm. A complete schedule of films, ticket prices, show times, and activities is available at the web site: (www.what.org). WCAI's Sean Corcoran, Dr. Heather Goldstone, and Mindy Todd will moderate panel discussions on the films listed below. 

"The Mystery of Eels" - Panel discussion lead by Dr. Heather Goldstone
April 4, 7 pm
"The Lost Bird Project" - Panel Discussion lead by Mindy Todd
May 2, 7 pm