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Annual Strawberry Festival
Saturday June 8, 2018, 12-4PM
1148 Main Street, Cotuit
Rain or Shine!
Cotuit Fire District Election Reminder Today May 28, 2019, Freedom Hall 4-8pm
1- Fire Commission
1- Prudential Committee
1- Water Commission
Cotuit Fire District Annual Meeting, Wednesday May 29, 2019, Freedom Hall, 7:30pm View Warrant HERE
Today is the day we formally express our thanks, with gratitude and in remembrance, of the men and women having selflessly given their lives, honoring us, and the freedoms won. If we fail to remember and honor these brave men and women, we’re likely to forget their great sacrifices; let us not forget.
Attention Mooring Permit Holders and Boaters Using Cotuit Town Dock
The Cotuit Town Dock, as part of a Town initiative to address trash/litter problems in environmentally sensitive areas, will now be considered a Pack In – Pack Out area, and will no longer have trash receptacles. Please take your trash with you when using this Town way to water. We appreciate your help in keeping our waterways and the Town of Barnstable clean. Thanks, Harbormaster Staff
SAVE THE DATE – Monday, May 27, 2019 Memorial Day Ceremonies
Parade: The Town of Barnstable’s Annual Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 27, 2019. The parade will form at 9:30 AM at the Centerville Library and kick off sharply at 10:00 AM and proceed down Main Street to Monument Square for a brief program where there will be the placement of wreaths at monuments for the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars followed by a firing salute by the Yarmouth Minutemen. The parade will reform and proceed to the Beechwood Cemetery for the main program. This year’s Keynote Speaker is Lt. Colonel Charles D. Carroll, USAFR, Retired. Lt. Col. Carroll is a retired Command Pilot with over 8,000 flight hours in service to the United States Air Force, The Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard. In a career spanning over 33 years he has flown fighters and heavies, tankers and transports, and is a graduate of Squadron Officer School, Air Command and Staff School and Air War College.
The public is invited to bring pictures with them to the event of a family member, friend or acquaintance who has passed away and was a veteran. The parade will not reform but streets will remain blocked to allow safe foot traffic back to the Library.
Cotuit Fire District Fire Commissioner’s Meeting
Monday May 20, 5:30pm, Freedom Hall
View Agenda HERE