The Truro Playwright Collectiveinfo@truroplaywrightcollective.org
The Truro Playwright Collective is a group of seven established, Outer Cape playwrights who present free staged readings of their full-length works once a month from October through April at the Truro Public Library. The Collective is curated and founded by playwright and North Truro resident Joseph M. Paprzycki.
Friends of the Truro Library (FOTL)
As enthusiastic advocates for the Truro Public Library, the Friends of the Truro Library (FOTL) sponsors monthly programs on a variety of topics, with the objective of bringing people together or social interaction and learning. One of FOTL’s primary responsibilities is to support the decisions of the Board of Library Trustees. FOTL serves as an important link between the Library and the community. The organization often uses its influence to help the Library obtain financial support or to work actively for legislation that would be beneficial to the Library. We welcome you to join us!
PO Box 357, North Truro, MA 02652
Truro Agricultural Fair & Educational Farmer’s MarketVisit Website
Truro Educational Farmers’ Market
Mondays: June 12 – Aug. 28, 2017 8am – 12pm
Join us on September 3 for The Truro Ag Fair!
Truro Educational Farmers’ Market, 20 Truro Center Road (next to the Post Office). Rain or Shine
Truro Historical SocietyCobb Archives: 508-349-0200; Highland Museum (June-September): 508-487-3397
Cobb Archive: 13 Truro Center Road Truro, MA
Highland Museum: 6 Highland Light Road North Truro, MA 02652
Truro Chamber of Commerceinfo@trurochamberofcommerce.com
Truro Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 26, North Truro MA 02652
Route 6 at Head of the Meadow Road in North Truro
Truro Center for the Arts, Castle Hillinfo@castlehill.org
10 Meetinghouse Road, P.O. Box 756, Truro, MA 02666
P.O. Box 977 Provincetown, MA 02657
Town of Truro / Truro Town Hall508-349-7004
P.O. Box 2030, 24 Town Hall Rd., Truro, MA 02666
Payomet Performing Arts Center(508) 487-5400
The Flex (Public Transportation)Toll Free Number: 800-352-7155; Local Number: 508-385-1430; TTY: 800-439-0183
CCRTA provides very reasonably-priced daily bus service, Monday through Saturday, beginning 5:45 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. from Star Market in Harwich to Stop & Shop in Provincetown and beginning at 6:50 a.m. to 9:05 p.m. from Stop & Shop in Provincetown to Star Market in Harwich. The Flex picks up and drops off passengers at designated stops and also flexes off its route up to ¾ of a mile to serve people who have difficulty getting to a regular bus stop. Reservations are required for the off route stops. The Flex travels from Route 28 in Harwich, Over Queen Anne to Route 137, to Brewster on Route 6A, down Route 6 through the towns of Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet, and Truro to Provincetown. Passengers may board the Flex at any of the scheduled bus stops or they may flag the bus down anywhere along the bus route except along Route 6. The Flex bus connects with the H2O Line at Stop & Shop Orleans, Skaket Corners Orleans, Underground Plaza Orleans and Star Market in Harwich, and in the summer the Provincetown/ North Truro Shuttle at Highland Road, Truro and Stop & Shop. Flex also connects with the Plymouth & Brockton bus service to Boston; at CVS Orleans, Eastham Town Hall, Farrell's Market, Wellfleet, Cobb Library, Truro, Highland Road @ 6A Truro, and MacMillan Pier, Provincetown.
Cape Cod National SeashoreHeadquarters: (508) 771 - 2144; Eastham: (508) 255 3421; Provincetown: (508) 487 1256; Fax: (508) 349 9052
A rich web resource for our local national gem, the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce508-362-3225 or 1-888-33CAPECOD
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce