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      Time for Christmas Strolls on Cape Cod!

      Every year at this time various Cape Cod villages go all out with their annual Christmas Strolls  - and it is worth the trip here to experience them!!  No one does Christmas like Cape Cod - right out of Currier and Ives :)

      Here  are a few highlights in the Mid-cape area:

      Sunday December 4:

      BREWSTER FOR THE HOLIDAYS - 2:00 P.M. Cape Cod Museum of Natural History - Family Party! Santa, story telling, exhibits, music crafts.    Tree and Windmill lighting Friday at 4 in Drummer Boy Park !

      YARMOUTH PORT CHRISTMAS STROLL 1-4 p.m.  Businesses, restaurants and residents are decorated for the holidays along Route 6A.  Treats and music of the season!  Tree lighting on  the common at 4:15 p.m.

      CHATHAM CHRISTMAS BY THE SEA  - Events kick off with Santa's arrival at the Fish Pier, Shore Rd. followed by Chatham Town Band and an evening of dinner and dancing at Chatham Bars Inn.

      Sunday, December 11:

      DENNIS VILLAGE CHRISTMAS STROLL - 1-4 p.m.  The Village is transformed into a winter wonderland, with Santa AND Mrs. Claus and the not-to-be-missed annual craft fair at the Dennis Memorial Library.  And don't forget to visit us here at Lomenzo Properties for a sprig of FRESH MISTLETOE!

      Elaine

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      1. eileen lucey on

        The dates for the christmas strolls in dennis and yarmouthport are wrong Dec 4 and 11 are on Tuesdays not Sundays.
        • crimsonchilla on

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