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Hyannis Open Streets; “Make Your Own Superhero Mask” at the Museum!

The JFK Museum will be hosting “Make Your Own Superhero Mask” at the Museum during Hyannis Open Streets this Sunday. Children will choose a “superhero” in their lives, and then color a mask. Hyannis Open Streets will feature FREE music, entertainment, and activities for all ages! Come out and enjoy local food, shops, and culture.

THE KENNEDY LEGACY ON CAPE COD at Cape Playhouse

The Cape Playhouse 820 Main Street, Dennis, Massachusetts

MA Roots: The Kennedy Legacy on Cape Cod Join Pulitzer Prize winner and author, Fredrik Logevall, Director of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Alan Price, and author of Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon, Larry Tye, in a fascinating behind the scenes conversation about the Kennedy Family and their roots in

Don Broderick

Don Broderick: The Short History of Chatham’s Naval Air Station September 22, 2021 at 9:30 AM at the Orpheum Theater. Free Admission. Chatham Orpheum Theatre and the Atwood Museum / Chatham Historical Society / JFK Hyannis Museum Speaker Series Don Broderick graduated from Topsfield High School and went on to attend The New England

Free

Dr. Michael Kryzanek

The Chatham Orpheum Theater 637 Main Street, Chatham, MA

Mike Kyrzanek: From Bush to Biden: Nation-Building, Democracy and Counter Terrorism in the Middle East September 29, 2021 at 9:30 AM at the Orpheum Theater. Free Admission. Chatham Orpheum Theatre and the Atwood Museum / Chatham Historical Society / JFK Hyannis Museum Speaker Series Michael Kryzanek, Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Bridgewater State University

Free

FREE MUSEUM ADMISSION – DEC 4

Admission to the JFK Hyannis Museum is FREE to all on December 4th 2021 in celebration of the Hyannis Village Holiday Stroll! Come see John F. Kennedy’s Rocking Chair, ca. 1962, On loan from Waldorf Astoria New York! Read about this special exhibit here

Hyannis Holiday Stroll 2021

FREE ADMISSION TO THE JFK HYANNIS MUSEUM 11am - 3pm. Staff and visitors must use cloth face masks while in the building.

Free Reception and Last Evening to see Creating Camelot Exhibit

Last Evening in Creating Camelot Before ‘Creating Camelot' returns to the Newseum vault, we invite you to enjoy one last evening with Jacques Lowe’s historic photography and exhibit of the first family. Please be our guest as we gather in the main gallery to close the 2021 season, and look forward to next year’s exhibits and events.

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