Another beautiful weekend on Cape Cod.
A week ago the Cape Cool yard sale at the Transfer Station netted over $1000 for its annual scholarship to benefit a Nauset High student interested in environmental studies. (If you missed this event and want to contribute, make out checks to Compact/Cape Cod, ear-marked SEA Prize, and send to Cape Cool, Box 3040, Wellfleet MA 02667.)
Wellfleet Restaurant Week continues all weekend.
Tickets are still available for the Outer Cape Health Services Bernie Greenhouse Legacy Concert on June 7th, 3 pm. Help raise funds for the renovation of our local health clinic! This year OCHS is offering "Buy 1, Get 1 Free" at participating restaurants, including Winslow's Tavern, Mac's, Van Rensselaer's, and Moby Dick's. Or, purchase tickets, or donate, here.
Friends of the Herring River are pleased to announce the publication of a new book for children from four to eight years of age, authored by Barbara Brennessel, entitled The Adventures of Allie the Alewife, available at Wellfleet Marketplace and from Amazon. (A juvenile river herring joins her friends at the end of the summer to make their way from their natal pond donw a river and into the ocean. When older, they make another big journey. As part of the annual spring migration, they travel back upriver to spawn. Along the way, Allie and friends encoutner obstacles, but a river restoriation project helps them make it back.)