HYANNIS – The Mid-Cape Cultural Council announced more than $11,000 in grant funding to nearly two-dozen recipients in Barnstable and Yarmouth. The council is part of a statewide network of Local Cultural Councils that supports thousands of community-based projects in the arts, sciences, and humanities every year. Grants support a wide range of grass-roots
For 22 years, Cape Cod students have followed Massachusetts Maritime Academy cadets taking part in their annual Sea Term. Thanks to MMA’s Follow The Voyage – Share The Experience Program, students leave the snow and ice of a New England winter behind as they virtually travel to warmer climates aboard the academy’s training ship. While
Tewksbury Town Crier By HEATHER BURNS, News Correspondent Dec 1, 2018 ‘Where were you when JFK was shot?” is a question well known to the generation that lived through that tragic week in 1963 when the 35th President of the United States was shot and killed during the now infamous motorcade in Dallas, Texas.
The JFK Hyannis Museum is proud to be included in Yankee Magazine's October article Things to Do in Hyannis, MA | Coastal Weekend Getaways, where The Yankee Magazine editors share some of their favorite places to eat, favorite places to stay, and favorite things to do in Hyannis, MA. Read full article
HYANNIS – A special exhibit commemorating the life and legacy of Robert F. Kennedy opens Monday at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. “RFK: Ripple of Hope,” which was assembled in collaboration with the RFK Human Rights Foundation, begins with Robert’s early years, including his time on Cape Cod. But the focal point covers
Cape Cod Times June 2, 2018 The bullets that mowed down Robert F. Kennedy 50 years ago this week cut short a personal and political transformation that had energized the Democratic Party and given hope to large segments of America during a period of great turmoil. For those who knew and loved the 42-year-old
BOSTON (WHDH) - Many Massachusetts museums are offering free admission to military personnel and their families this summer.Over 2,000 museums, zoos and nature centers across the country are taking part in the Blue Star Museum Program, which runs from Memorial Day until Labor Day.Blue Star Museums has provided free admission since 2010, partnering with participating
HYANNIS CapeCod.com May 16,2018 About 70 intimate, behind the scenes photos of John F. Kennedy, Jackie and their children will be featured at a new exhibit at the JFK museum next week, they were taken by famous photographer Jacques Lowe. The Museum says the photos helped create the legend of Kennedy’s era of Camelot.
The John F. Kennedy Museum is proud to be included in a recently published travel article in Janeece Keller's winter edition of Travel Bound/FamilyTravel.com. The article is based on Janeece Keller's September 2017 visit to Cape Cod and features a two day Cape Cod itinerary.
Cape Cod Times May 10, 2018 Jacques Lowe’s iconic photos of President John F. Kennedy and his family helped create the mystique of “Camelot” and 70 are part of a new exhibit in Hyannis. During the years from 1958 to 1961, photographer Jacques Lowe had unprecedented access to President John F. Kennedy and his