Desperately Seeking Spring

Friends, we are all about being positive but this weather is beginning to break us. So, in this issue we’re just going to bury our heads in the … snow? … and try to make the best of it. Who’s in?

 in this issue

We spoke to some local musicians about how they and their families are forging through, came up with a boatload of happenings around the Cape sure to distract you, and co-editor Amanda Converse wrestled with grocery shopping locally in the third installment of her series on a year of spending 90% of her dollars on Cape.

In our pint-size picks: we Love songbirds for they mean spring is near (and because we can’t get enough of our local chanteuses), libraries make for cozy places to Live it up (quietly!), and Local gluten-free or Paleo peeps can get a delicious fix at a favorite bakery.

 

what’s up + where to get down

 

  • Brother’s Rye is throwin’ it down at Grumpy’s. Let ‘em heal your winter woes. {3.14, 10pm}
  •  Enjoy Voices of Poetry – Words of Love from four local poets, plus wine + apps presented by Main Street Wine & Gourmet in Dennis. {3.21, 4pm}
  •  Notable local chef Toby Hill presents his Supper Club. This month’s theme? F#&K Winter. We’re on board with that. {3.23, 6pm}
  •  Support the Vinegrass Festival, Cape Cod’s only roots music fest, by shopping at Whole Foods on March 24 – 5% of sales goes right to Vinegrass! {3.24}
  •  Do it at Cotuit (Center for the Arts): Head to “church” with the Berklee Reverence Gospel Choir (bring a dish if you want to get in on the potluck brunch at 11am before the concert {3.15, 12pm} or learn to Breathe with 57 Heavy performing Pink Floyd’s Animals and Dark Side of the Moon! {3.27, 7:30pm}
  •  We’ll see your Game Night and raise you a Girls’ Pint Out! Ladies, this is going to be some much-needed fun at Cape Cod Beer. {3.24, 6pm}
  •  Check out this month’s Spring Countdown feature story for a lot more fun!

 

ALSO: if you are a local artisan, artist, farmer, maker or business that sells at least three locally made products, there is still one week left to be sure you are listed in our NEW CapeMade Field Guide. This is an affordable way to spread the word! Email us for info – deadline is March 13.

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