Fireworks July 3, 2022, 9pm Cotuit Inner Harbor
hosted by the Oyster Harbors Club
2022 Resident & Non-Resident Beach Parking Permits HERE
Given the high volume of permit applications, current turnaround time for stickers to be issued is 2-4 weeks. 2021 beach stickers will be honored until Friday, June 24, 2022. For beach stickers purchased online, the paid receipt will be honored through June 24, 2022, as long as the receipt is displayed on the vehicle dashboard.
If you need assistance using the online system, please call Shirlee Oakley at 508-862-4750 X4756 for support. Or call the Recreation Division Beach Permit hotline at 508-790-6345 X145
View Legally Posted Meeting Agendas HERE
Cotuit Weather HERE
Cotuit Tides HERE
View Cotuit Town Dock Webcam HERE
If you notice a camera appears to not be working please let the Town know at: email@example.com
June 29 – October 30, 2022
This major exhibition presents the art and history of scrimshaw, a nautical folk art form created by whalers during the international whaling trade of the 19th century. The surprising history of this unique art form is explained and brought to life through the stories of the makers and recipients of these intricately detailed keepsakes. A wide range of decorative and utilitarian objects evoke connections to historic life on Cape Cod, Nantucket, and New Bedford and show the ways that people from diverse backgrounds expressed artistic creativity. New perspectives on the whaler’s life include the astonishing stories of local Wampanoag whalers.
This exhibition includes over 200 important examples from The Deitrich American Foundation, Heritage Museum and Gardens, The Mariners’ Museum and Park, Mystic Seaport Museum, Nantucket Whaling Museum, New Bedford Whaling Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, and private New England collections.
Scrimshaw: The Whaler’s Art is organized by the Cahoon Museum of American Art with Guest Curator, Dr. Alan Granby and Dr. Sarah Johnson, Executive Director of the Cahoon Museum of American Art.
Bilezikian Family Foundation
Donald C. McGraw Foundation
R. Dudley Harrington, Jr. Foundation
Jean and John Entwistle
Rosemary and Keith Rapp
Cape Cod Five
Benefits: Barnstable Land Trust, Cotuit Athletic Association, Cotuit Santuit Civic Association
Where: 10 Lowell Avenue, Lowell Park, Cotuit, MA 02635
Registration: Registration ends July 3, 2022 at 11:59pm EDT
Cotuit 4th of July Parade
“We are delighted to announce that the Fourth of July Parade will be held this year. The Parade will be held on Monday July 4, starting at 11:00 a.m. It will begin at its usual spot in front of the Post Office. All antique cars, floats and walking groups must fill out the application form available below to be able to participate. Bike riders and walkers should gather at the Post Office parking lot and will be welcome to join in at the end of the Parade. We hope that everyone who participates will decorate their cars, floats and bikes with a festive Fourth of July theme to enhance the celebration.
Remember that no items may be thrown by Parade participants into the crowd, except that candy can be gently tossed to onlookers. And no water may be sprayed or thrown by any entrants.”
Transfer Station Closed Monday July 4, 2022
The Town of Barnstable Department of Public Works Solid Waste Division will be closed Monday July 4, 2022 in observance of Independence Day. Trash and recycling services will resume on a normal schedule Tuesday July 5, 2022. For questions, call 508-420-2258.
Transfer Station & Recycling Division Information HERE
View Legally Posted Agendas HERE
Cotuit Fire Commission – Tuesday July 12, 5:30pm, Remote
Precinct 7 Monthly Open Meeting – Wednesday July 13, 3pm, Cotuit Library
Cotuit Water Commission – Wednesday July 20, 6pm, Freedom Hall
Town Council Meeting – Thursday July 21, 7pm, Town Hall
Cotuit Prudential Committee – Monday July 25, 6pm, Freedom Hall
Saturday June 25, 2022
9-12 Barnstable Transfer Station
45 Flint St., Marstons Mills
More Info HERE