Upcoming Events

Tuesday, April 28

Still from the film: Salvo

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Salvo
Lecture Hall A

A ruthless Sicilian hit man finds his humanity when he confronts young Rita, a blind young woman who has witnessed the killing of her brother. As Salvo decides whether to spare her life, both their lives are irrevocably changed.

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Wednesday, April 29

Cover of the novel: Blackbird House

11:00am–12:30pm One Book, One College Event
Lorusso Solarium

Panel on the sustainability of commercial fishing moderated by Professor Michael Bejtlich with scientists Gary Shepherd and Chad Demarest from Woods Hole and commercial fishermen, Captain Ray Crane and Captain Nick Muto.

About the book: Through a series of short stories, this novel traces the lives of the various occupants of an old Massachusetts house, the Blackbird House, over a span of two hundred years.

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Donate Life logo

1:00–2:30pm New England Organ Bank Presentation
Facts, Myths & Misconceptions of Organ and Tissue Donation
Lorusso Solarium

April is National Donate Life Month. Presenter: Matthew Boger of the New England Organ Bank. Admission is free, but there is limited seating.

For additional information: csands@capecod.edu

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Thursday, April 30

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Italian inpired menu: Caprese Stack, Tagliatelle with Shrimp Scampi and Saffron Sauce, and Tiramisu.

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Students visiting the Higgins Art Gallery

1:00–3:00pm Opening Reception
Student Art Show
Higgins Art Gallery

A special exhibition featuring the work of Cape Cod Community College students studying visual arts. The exhibition will feature the work from drawing, design, painting, book arts, printmaking, silkscreening, photography and illustration courses.

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Robert Miller, President and CEO, Bank of Cape Cod

2:00–3:15pm Economic Club Speaker Series
Robert W. Miller, AAI, CIC, Principal, Dowling & O'Neil Insurance Agency
North, N-117

All are welcome.

Poster for the film: Antarctic Edge: 70 degrees south

3:30pm Climate Change Speaker & Film Series
Film: Antarctic Edge: 70º South
Lecture Hall B

Antarctic Edge: 70° South is a science-in-action feature film, funded in part by the National Science Foundation, following a renowned team of scientists studying climate change in the fastest winter-warming place in the world. This documentary combines innovative science, dramatic imagery and two decades of scientific collaboration into a compelling character-driven narrative.

About the Series: The HON200 Honors Colloquium class is sponsoring a series of films and speakers about climate change that effect the Cape and beyond.

Free and open to all.

Liquidfied natural gas storage tank

6:30–8:30pm Series: Energy on the Cape
Big Choices: Natural Gas, Cost & Climate
Lecture Hall A

A panel discussion will be held with speakers addressing policy and pricing issues related to natural gas and will feature the guest speakers and representatives from Cape Light Compact and other organizations.

About the Series: The forum is being led by non-profit Cape and Islands Self-Reliance and is second in a series of energy discussions. The third forum in the series will be held on May 21 and will focus on offshore wind.

Free and open to all.

Friday, May 1

Performers at a previous Spring concert

7:00pm Spring Music Concert
Tilden Arts Main Theater

Select Chorus is comprised of about 20 student vocalists and will be performing a wide range of pieces from Palestrina to Broadway to Classical. Jazz Combo will a perform mixed repertoire including jazz & blues, bebop, and latin. The newly formed Rock 'n Roll Club will perform several rock classics familiar to all ages.

Admission is free, but donations for the CCCC Family Pantry will be accepted.

Tuesday, May 5

Still from the film: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
Lecture Hall A

Weichung, married and a father, is confronted with his own confused sexual identity when his wife wants to have a second baby. He meets an old friend who is living the freer life of a single gay man and flirts with the prospect of another way of life.

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Wednesday, May 6

Aerial view of UMass Boston

5:00–7:00pm Registered Nurses: RN-BS Information Session
Lorusso Solarium

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences, of UMass Boston, offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program for Registered Nurses. The format is accessible and convenient for motivated, independent professionals. Coursework is offered one of two formats: an Online format or Face-to-Face computer assisted format delivered at Cape Cod Community College.

Can’t attend? Contact Cheryl Brennan: cbrennan@capecod.edu or 508.362.2131 x4850

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Thursday, May 7

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Mexican inpired menu: Albondigas Soup, Fish Tacos, and Tres Leche Cake.

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Tuesday, May 12

Still from the film: Marley

3:30pm Foreign Film Series: Marley
Lecture Hall A

This biography of Bob Marley combines a wealth of previously unseen film and video footage. Using a chronological timeline, it first introduces the viewer to the rural landscape of Jamaica that shaped Marley's childhood – and follows him through stadium concerts to the important cultural icon he became.

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Thursday, May 14

Zammer students preparing a meal

12:00pm Zammer Luncheon Series
Grossman Commons GC-11

Indian inpired menu: Fresh Ginger Spiced Carrot Soup, Tandoori Chicken, and Traditional Kheer.

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Wednesday, May 20

Credit cards

11:30am–1:00pm Free Small Business Lunch and Learn Series
Small Business Basics: Understanding Cash Flow
Room 111, Hyannis Center

This cash flow workshop will look at how to project and manage business cash flows.

About the series: All of the Lunch and Learn events are free of charge. The seminars will be located at the Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis.

To register, please call Mary Conklin, 508.375.5010, or register online.

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Thursday, May 21

Offshore wind farm

6:30–8:30pm Series: Energy on the Cape
Big Choices: Offshore Wind
Lecture Hall A

A panel discussion will be held with speakers addressing policy and pricing issues related to offshore wind.

About the Series: The forum is being led by non-profit Cape and Islands Self-Reliance and is the thiird in a series of energy discussions.

Free and open to all.

Tuesday, May 26

President Cox awarding a student

5:30pm Evening of Excellence
Grossman Commons Café

An annual celebration of the success of CCCC students and recognition of their outstanding educational achievements. Scholarships will be awarded to graduating, returning and incoming students.

The reception begins at 5:30pm, followed by the Awards Ceremony.

Saturday, May 30

Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire logo

10:00am–4:00pm Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire
West Barnstable Campus


The Cape and Islands region has long been a center for creative artists, crafters, and makers. Combine this with our entrepreneurial spirit, ingenuity, and resourcefulness, add a large dose of science and technology and a healthy helping of outreach, and what you have is the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire!

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