Hosted at the JFK Hyannis Museum in the Scudder Family Center for Civic Engagement.
Or attend virtually via Zoom!
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Join us at 11 AM for a freshly brewed cup of Cape Cod Coffee and their amazing handmade donuts as we learn more about Cape Cod’s power of place and the people who have called it home.
The defining question: What makes Cotuit the most special place not just on the Cape but on the planet? Jim Gould, the longtime informal historian of Cotuit, left town two summers ago, and on the way-out infected author and Boston Globe journalist Larry Tye with his obsession for the small Cape Cod village’s history. With the local historic society, Tye began taping and transcribing oral histories with long-time residents over 90 years old. Then, as word spread, with those over 80.
Date & Time: March 9, 2022, 11AM Limited Seating: 26 people Admission: $10 per person Museum Members: FREE Not a Museum Member? Click here!
Hosted at the JFK Hyannis Museum in the Scudder Family Center for Civic Engagement and Via Zoom. Virtual attendees will be emailed 24 hours prior to the event and receive coffee and a small gift by mail.
Masks are optional.
Event fee includes entrance to special exhibit galleries featuring the RFK: Ripple of Hope exhibit and the JFK @100 Legacy Exhibit.