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Don's Outer Cape Calendar for March 25

Mark Adams and Terri Smith bring “Double Agents: Practicing Coastal Science and Visual Arts on Cape Cod” to Napi's Restaurant in Provincetown Wednesday night.

SUNDAY, MARCH 25 Author Christopher Setterlund will talk about his latest book, “Historic Restaurants of Cape Cod” at the Eldredge Public Library in Chatham at 3 p.m. Thousands of restaurants have come and gone on Cape Cod over the past century, but some have made an indelible mark. Setterlund details the history of these iconic establishments, still fresh in the memories of patrons, complete with famous recipes. Call 508-945-5170 for more information.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 Mark Adams, a cartographer and coastal specialist with the Cape Cod National Seashore since 1992, and Terri Smith, a coastal research geologist at the Center for Coastal Studies, will present “Double Agents: Practicing Coastal Science and Visual Arts on Cape Cod” at Napi's Restaurant, 7 Freeman St. in Provincetown, at 7 p.m. The free program is part of the Center for Coastal Studies Winter Lecture Series and is supported by Helen and Napi Van Dereck and Napi's Restaurant. Early bird dinner offered at 5 p.m. Call 508-487-3622, x-103, or email for details.

THURSDAY, MARCH 29 Artists are invited to connect over a light potluck, and share their art, ideas and challenges during the ARTChat for Artists at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Artists can share with each other or with the group as time permits on a first-come basis with original work or as images on a flash drive. Bring finger food to share or $5 to contribute. For more information, call 508/385-4477, x-15.

MARCH 31 Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary’s 2018 Sea Change environmental film and discussion series continues at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre from 7 to 9 p.m. with two short films. “Birds of May” details the competing interests of Red Knots, a declining shorebird that depends on horseshoe crab eggs in the Delaware Bay during migration stopovers, and the expansion of potentially disruptive shellfish farming there, followed by “Cormorants in the Crosshairs,” which looks at efforts to protect the salmon fishery in the Pacific Northwest by killing double-crested cormorants. WCAI’s Heather Goldstone will lead an after-film discussion with shorebird researcher and author Brian Harrington and Katharine Parsons of Mass Audubon’s Coastal Waterbird Program. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased by phone at 508-349-9428.

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