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events 80 80 Parallel St 508-432-8089 CAPE COD THEATRE CO CO HOME OF THE THE HARWICH JUNIOR THEATRE: Division Street West Harwich In addi- tion tion to award winning children’s theater productions HJT offers a a a full curriculum of of classes from acting to clowning! 508-432-2002 OUTDOOR CONCERTS: The Harwich Town Band per- forms at at the Brooks Park Bandstand at at 7pm Tuesdays in July and August FUN ON THE “CURVE”: Family fun abounds on the curve where routes 28 and 124 meet You’ll nd nd go-carts trampo- lines bumper boats and batting cages HBrewster: “America’s Sea Captains’ Town ” Brew- ster ster features stately homes built by prominent sea cap- tains from the 18th and 19th centuries With eight miles
of waterfront along Cape Cod Bay Brewster boasts eight public access beaches offering superb warm water bathing and incredible tidal ats that stretch far out at at at low tide • Kids on the Cape suggests:
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Get a a a a free map beach stick- ers and more from the Chamber of Commerce Town Hall (back entrance) Route 6A 508-896-3500 BEACH FOR KIDS: All eight miles
of Brewster beaches are calm and warm at low tide but have no lifeguards The Brewster Flats extend two gorgeous miles
into Cape Cod Bay but check tides before walking out or or you you could nd yourself dangerously stranded Breakwater Breakwater Beach on Breakwater Breakwater Road off Route 6A has the biggest parking lot sticker re- quired Freshwater Swimming: The ponds inside Nickerson State Park have lifeguards and facilities parking fees apply PICNIC SPOTS: Nickerson State State Park Park Route 6A There’s plenty of parking ($5 fee) picnic tables and water views Drummer Boy Park on 6A has picnic tables and a a a a a view of Cape Cod Bay FISHING SPOTS: Cliff Pond in Nickerson State Park boasts some of the best shing around Cliff Pond is stocked with trout and and “land-locked” salmon!
BIKE TRAIL: Access the Cape Cod Rail Trail at Nickerson State Park or Underpass Road HIKING TRAILS: There are some nice short hikes at at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History on Route 6A parking with admission only Nickerson State Park has great trails as does the Punkhorn Parklands (Run Hill Road via Stony Brook) Be sure to pack snacks and and water for little hikers and and remember to turn around before your kids show signs of tir- ing—you don’t want to to have to to carry them on on the the way back!
LIBRARY: Brewster Ladies’ Library 1822 Rte 6A offers craft programs story hours and more throughout the sum- mer 508-896-3913 PLAYGROUND: Check out the playground at Drummer Boy Park on 6A just west of the Natural History Museum A A bonus: views of Cape Cod Bay! Both elementary schools (on Rte 6A and Underpass Road) have ne playgrounds too Homemade Super Premium Ice Cream
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