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March 2023 E-Newsletter

Mass real estate market has changed. But is it better for buyers?

“We aren’t seeing the frenzy of multiple offers that first-time homebuyers were losing out on because of (offering) lower down payments,” said Brennan.

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Explore 10 of America’s Favorite Residential Architectural Styles Today

Although architectural styles used to signify something of their region—think Craftsman homes in the Northwest, Colonial in the Northeast, or the sprawling California ranch house—today’s architectural styles are less locationally driven and more about the individual lifestyles being framed within them.

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Wellfleet Discovers — and Freezes — Its First Bobcat

A lone bobcat was found by the Wellfleet Police Dept. on Feb. 13. The fact that it had met its demise, apparently having been struck by a vehicle on the Chequessett Neck Road dike, is a disappointment to some because this may have been the first bobcat to venture this far out on Cape Cod.

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Pain D’Avignon shares baking secrets

After more than a decade of musing on it, Uliks Fehmiu with co-author Kathleen Hackett has produced “The Pain D’Avignon Baking Book: A War, An Unlikely Bakery and a Master Class in Bread”. The bread, rolls, and luscious desserts, including chocolate olive oil cake, are all shown in magically lit photography.
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PAINT NIGHT! Paint the Philip Koch Landscape with Michael Giaquinto

The Cape Cod Museum of Art is hosting a PAINT NIGHT! session with Instructor Michael Giaquinto. Each person will take away a painting along with new ideas about the creative process and visual expression. This month, Michael will instruct the group in a landscape composition.d’s most popular musicals will be presented on the Cotuit Center for the Arts main stage,
featuring a cast of favorite actors of a certain (definitely not high school!) age.
Friday March 17th 6:00-8:00pm

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Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Daya here on Cape Cod! The parade route starts at Skull Island on Route 28 Yarmouth and continues for 2 miles until Higgins Crowell Rd, join in the fun.

Saturday March 11th 11:00am

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