Celtic Sounds (Friday-Saturday, March 10-11)
The Chatham Chorale and Chatham Chorale Children’s Choir perform traditional and contemporary Celtic music at the First Congregational Church (650 Main St., Chatham) on Friday, March 10 and Saturday, March 11. Open seating tickets are $25; free for students and those under 18. See chathamchorale.org for information.
Good Art (Friday, March 10)
Wellfleet Public Library (55 West Main St.) hosts an opening reception for the exhibition “The Kids Are Alright,” featuring work by students from Nauset Regional High School, on Friday, March 10, 5 p.m. See wellfleetlibrary.org for information.
Opening Time (Friday, March 10)
Provincetown Art Association and Museum (460 Commercial St.) hosts an opening reception for its Members’ Open exhibition and an exhibition of works by artist Will Barnet on Friday, March 10, 6 p.m. See paam.org for information.
Locals Only (Saturday, March 11)
The Provincetown and Outer Cape Year Rounders Festival returns to Provincetown Town Hall (260 Commercial St.) on Saturday, March 11, 10 a.m. The festival features a silent auction, a pet parade, and displays by artisans, town committees, and nonprofit groups. See the Provincetown Year Rounders group on Facebook for information.
Bugging Out (Saturday, March 11)
Eastham Public Library (190 Samoset Road) hosts a presentation on edible insects on Saturday, March 11, 1 p.m. Larry Dapsis of the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension will lead a discussion on nutritious, protein-rich insect recipes. Free. See easthamlibrary.org for information.
Babysitter’s Club (Saturday, March 11)
Truro Public Library (7 Standish Way) hosts a 4-H babysitting course on Saturdays at 1 p.m. Sessions will cover first aid, nutrition, child development, and discipline, and will continue weekly through the end of March. The free course is open to people age 11 and older. See trurolibrary.org for information.
Sounds From Argentina (Saturday, March 11)
As part of its Winter Music Series, Truro Public Library presents the Dario Acosta Teich Quartet on Saturday, March 11, 2 p.m. The quartet will perform music from Acosta Teich’s new album FOLKLORE, a blend of jazz and traditional Argentine folk music. See trurolibrary.org for information.
Music by Minogue (Saturday, March 11)
Wellfleet Preservation Hall (335 Main St.) hosts traditional Irish harpist Áine Minogue in concert on Saturday, March 11, 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 at wellfleetpreservationhall.org.
Tingle Time (Saturday, March 11)
Comedian and commentator Jimmy Tingle returns to Chapel in the Pines (220 Samoset Road, Eastham) on Saturday, March 11, 7 p.m. to workshop new material with a live audience. (A second performance will take place on Saturday, March 25.) Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 day of the show. See jimmytingle.com for information.
Celebrating Herstory (Sunday, March 12)
Wellfleet Public Library screens the documentary A Moment in Herstory: Stories From the Boston Women’s Movement of the 1970s on Sunday, March 12, 3 p.m. A question-and-answer session with director Catherine Russo will follow. The screening is free, but seating is limited. See wellfleetlibrary.org for information.
The Envelope, Please (Sunday, March 12)
The Crown & Anchor (247 Commercial St., Provincetown) host an Oscars Watch Party on Sunday, March 12 beginning with Red Carpet coverage at 7 p.m. Hosted by Liza Lott, the evening — which will benefit the Provincetown Film Festival — includes games, prizes, and a full bar. Tickets are $25 at thecrownanchor.thundertix.com.
Dig In (Wednesday, March 15)
Wellfleet Public Library hosts Charlie Nordozzi for a talk on how to create and maintain raised garden beds on Wednesday, March 15, 10 a.m. Free. See wellfleetlibrary.org for information.
Author, Author (Wednesday, March 15)
Provincetown Council on Aging (2 Mayflower St.) presents author Heidi Jon Schmidt on Wednesday, March 15, 1:30 p.m. She will read from and discuss her most recent books, The Harbormaster’s Daughter and The House on Oyster Creek. See the COA Newsletter at provincetown-ma.gov for information.
Making Waves (Wednesday, March 15)
Wellfleet Preservation Hall hosts the “Sound Waves” open mic night on Wednesday, March 15. Sign-up begins at 6:30 p.m. with performances at 7 p.m. All performers are welcome, and there will be a cash bar and snacks. See wellfleetpreservationhall.org for information.
Thumbs Up (Wednesday, March 15)
The Provincetown Film Art Series continues with a screening of The Hitch-Hiker on Wednesday, March 15, 7 p.m. at Waters Edge Cinema (237 Commercial St., Provincetown). The 1953 film noir is directed by Ida Lupino. Learn more and buy tickets at provincetownfilm.org.
Lessons From the River (Thursday, March 16)
Betsey Gladfelter discusses the Coonamessett River Restoration project at Wellfleet Public Library on Thursday, March 16, 10 a.m. The free session will also include an opportunity to sign up for Wellfleet’s annual visual herring count later this year. See wellfleetlibrary.org for information.
A People’s History (Thursday, March 16)
Provincetown Public Library (356 Commercial St.) hosts Georgetown University Professor Edward Ingebretsen for a talk on the First Peoples of New England on Thursday, March 16, 6 p.m. See provincetownlibrary.org for information.