It really is starting to feel like spring with the Daffodils blooming all around us here on Cape Cod. Yesterday we took a walk from The Captain’s Manor Inn to Spohr Gardens to check on the progress of the spring bloom. It was a beautiful day and Kevin and I took some pictures and a video so we could share them with you on this blog. This weekend is the biggest weekend for Daffodils with Daffodil Days at Spohr Garden and the Daffodil Festival on Nantucket. For more information click here for a link.
We invite you to enjoy wonderful talent showcased by the Falmouth Theatre Guild in Falmouth, Ma. during a stay at our Cape Cod bed and breakfast. The first show of the season is the wonderful Sound of Music featuring the well known music of Roger Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein. (also this weekend are the daffodil festivals Spohr Gardens, Falmouth and Nantucket island)
Opening Friday April 29th and running weekends through Sunday May 15th.
Performance times are 7:30 PM Fridays & Saturdays, and 2:00 PM Sundays. To purchase tickets please click here.
The theatre is currently undergoing renovations for the box office and restrooms. While on a walk the other day I took a few pictures of the work underway.
Come stay at our Cape Cod bed and breakfast over the April 29, 2001 to May 1, 2011 weekend and enjoy a stroll to nearby Spohr Garden in Falmouth, Ma where over 34 species of daffodils will be in full bloom. You might also enjoy a day trip to the island of Nantucket for their famous festival. Enjoy our simply elegant accomodations while getting your first feel of spring in Cape Cod.
Starting in early April until mid May there are millions of daffodils of every color, size and shape that bloom on Nantucket. One of the many events taking place over the weekend is the 37th Annual Daffodil Flower Show. The show is free to all and is held at the Coffin School on 4 Winter Street. Saturday from 2-5 PM and Sunday from 10AM-4:30 PM. The show features entries in horticulture, arrangement & photography.