Our Northeast Massachusetts fireworks guide is new today. The fourth of July is just around the corner and we’re practically finished. We still have a few towns that we are checking on, but most of the communities that we wrote have responded back. Our guide covers shows in these Northeast counties: Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk.
Our Cape Cod Christmas Dinner feature is new today. We will update this feature as we find new restaurants for holiday dinners. For those of you looking for last-minute options, you can check out our listings for take-out holiday dinners.
Cape Cod Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving is one of the most anticipated family events of the year and sometimes the most stressful. To make things a little easier, these Cape Cod restaurants are open to serve you and your family a delicious holiday dinner without all the work.
Yes, Cape Cod has its share of beautiful historic lighthouses, like Nobska shown above, but they represent a small share of the incredibly strange and wonderful structures that dot the globe. Here’s our tribute to lighthouses of the world.
“If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air . . . ’’ By six years old I was a goner. I was head over heels in love with Cape Cod, and my love affair has never gone away. Back when I was a fresh-faced little kid, the trek to the Cape from New Jersey […]
Find Massachusetts fireworks on our map, calendar or search box. Map out events near you, see events day by day on the calendar and search for others here.
Our Cape Cod fireworks guide is complete. We research and list all of the fireworks displays that we find on Cape Cod, in Yarmouth, Falmouth, Hyannis, Mashpee, Sandwich and more.
Our MA Fireworks list is new today. The list shows the town, location, date, and time. The fireworks start at dusk, which is about 9:00 to 9:30 for most locations. Click on any town name in red to get more information on rain dates and other details.
Here’s the latest information on Massachusetts fireworks updates, cancellations, rescheduling and rain dates. The forecast does NOT look good for fireworks. There is a forty to eighty percent chance of rain and scattered thundershowers.
You can celebrate First Night Cape Cod in many ways this weekend. Three different Cape communities ring in the new year in very different ways. Sandwich First Night is known for its reveler’s parade and its lighted giants. The giants are large light sculptures that are set up in town during the holiday season. In Chatham, there are two different fireworks displays. There’s an early one for the kids and another one at midnight that accompanies the dropping of the Countdown Cod. In Provincetown, the celebrating goes on for days and concludes with the only fireworks display on New Year’s Day. The Sandwich and Chatham festivities are traditional non-alcoholic First Night events and the Provincetown one is not.