Set Up Time: 8:30 to 10 am
Hours: Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm, until 3pm on Sunday
SPACE IS LIMITED - PLEASE RESERVE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
FIRST COME, FIRST RESERVED.
FINAL DEADLINE IS SEPTEMBER 14th.
Price per space: $50 per day ($70 for both days)
Booth Space is 10'x10'
You provide your own tent, tables, chairs or whatever you
need to display your wares. Your space will be assigned to you.
Tents must be weighed down. Stakes are NOT allowed in the
ground because of the school's sprinkler system.
Once you unload your wares from your vehicles,
Please move your vehicle to the upper back lot of the
school. This allows more space for the shoppers.
Tent space area must be cleaned and all debris
removed from around each space/ground.
School rules prohibit smoking on any part of the school property.
Good luck for great sales!
For Arts & Crafts please contact: email@example.com
For Flea Market
Please call Steve Cove at 508-487-4096 or 508-951-7064
Silent Art Auction and Castle Hill Open House
Truro Treasures is excited to announce that Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill is hosting our Silent Art Auction.
10 Meetinghouse Road Truro
Saturday, September 22 from 10 am to 4 pm
Silent bids will begin to close at 3:30 pm
If you would like to submit a piece of art for the auction, please complete and submit our Art Auction Form below.
Please note: Art submission deadline is 3:00 pm on September 14
Please contact: Kristen Roberts 207-632-1217 firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for artists:
Please consider participating in our Auction by either donating a piece of your artwork, or you may decide to take a commission of up to 50% of the selling price.
If you have any questions or can think of other artists or collectors who may be interested
in participating, please contact: Kristen Roberts at 207-632-1217 email@example.com
We are really looking forward to this event and know it will be a great success with your support.
Your artwork must be framed and ready to hang. If you are unable to
drop off your art by September 14, please call and we will arrange a pick-up.
Proceeds to benefit local non-profit organizations.
PAST ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Robert Cardinal, John Dowd, Steven Kennedy, Joyce Johnson, Rosalie Nadeau, Joyce Zavorskas, Jane Eccles, Michael Spreos, Hal McIntosh, Cid Bolduc, Karol Wyckoff, Judy Schmitt, Sarah Fielding Gunn, Del Filardi, Michael Davis, Milton Wright, Pati Duval, Nancy Silva, Jenifer Cogswell, TJ Walton and more…
PETER BURGESS TALK
"A Deep River Through Time"
4:00 p.m. Saturday September 22
Truro Community Center
Library Lane, Truro MA
Sunday, September 23
Truro Central School
Show: 11am to 12noon
Bring your dog (on a leash, please) to the school to compete for treats in lots of fun categories!
For more information or questions, please contact
Marian Averback at 508-214-0066
Dog Show Coordinator: Marian Averback. Judges: Amanda Reed, Rachael Sokolowski, Andy Snow
Prizes donated by Paws an Whiskers in Provincetown.
CLASSIC & ANTIQUE CAR SHOW 2018
Sunday, September 23, 11am-2pm
Truro Community Center
North Truro on Library Lane,
Route 6 to Standish Way, left on Library Lane
For more information, please contact
John O'Brien at 617-733-5183
All proceeds benefit local non-profit organizations.
2017 Car Show Winners:
1956 Chevy Corvette
Paul & Susan Messina....Wellfleet MA
Best of the '50's:
1955 Ford Pick-up Truck
Bob Clark....Brewster MA
Best of the '60's:
1967 Plymouth GT
Paul Cabral....South Dennis MA
Best of the '70's:
1971 Chevy Chevelle Super Sport
Rich Anderson... North Truro /Abington MA
Best of the '80's to Present:
2006 Ford GT
John Rice...North Truro MA
Best of the 80's to Present
2004 Chevrolet Super Sport
Owner Armand "Buck" Normandy (Eastham)
1924 Ford Model T
Ken Collings...Harwich MA
1937 Chevy Master Coupe
Noel Parker... Wellfleet MA
1st Place Motorcycle:
1999 Ducati 996 SPS
James McNulty...Truro MA
Grape Stomp at Truro Vineyards
Grape Stomp & Music Fest at Truro Vineyards & South Hollow Spirits
Sunday, September 23
11 Shore Road, North Truro
Live music, cocktails, wines by the glass, and delicious food.
FREE admission and parking. Blackfish food truck will be open!
Join us for the Truro Treasures weekend closing party that has become the event of the season! Bring your beach chairs and blankets and sip away, and enjoy live music from 2pm-6pm. Get your dancing shoes (or bare feet) ready! The annual Grape Stomp will begin at approximately 3pm, with the children going in first. We hope to see you there!
Last tour and tasting are both at 1pm. Music starts at 2pm NO outside food and beverage allowed. Thank you.
Lower Cape Ambulance Golf Tournament
Sunday, September 30
Start time is 11:00am
Historic Highland Links
10 Highland Lighthouse Road
Tournament Entry Deadline: Friday, September 28, 3pm
Entry fee: $500 per team/ $125 per person.
Every year a one thousand dollar scholarship will be awarded at the
discretion of the Truro Treasures Board of Directors, to a second, third,
or fourth year student from the Town of Truro who is attending an
accredited college or trade school in the United States. Payment of
this award will be made directly to the institution being attended by
The award will be based on the student's acceptable academic
performance at college or trade school as well as the student's
participation in athletic and other extracurricular activities. Prior and
possible future community involvement in the Town of Truro will also
be a major factor in the awarding of this grant.
It is the sincere hope of the Truro Treasures Board of Directors that
this grant may somehow encourage local youths to expand their
horizons while remembering and appreciating the quality of life and
community that is unique to the Town of Truro.
Atlantic Spice Co
Cape Cod Oil & Propane
Cape Cod Refrigeration
Top Mast Resort
3 Harbors Realty
* Please forgive us if we inadvertently omitted any person or business from this list.
Volunteer with us!
If you would like to volunteer at this year's event,
Truro Treasures began in 1992 when several community members, most notably Betty Groom and Boo Houstoun, envisioned a fall weekend for children and adults to raise money to help save the Highland Lighthouse, and to promote community pride and interest in Truro. As a result, a non-profit organization,Truro Treasures, was created to sponsor the event. Since then, Truro Treasures has evolved and expanded into an annual fall weekend event that is crammed full of activities. The Mission of Truro Treasures dedicated to benefiting the community of Truro. Many events are free, and when funds are raised, they are given back to various local non-profit organizations.
This year we are celebrating our 27th anniversary of Truro Treasures.
Truro Treasures 2017 Board of Directors
President: Steven Roderick
Vice President: Kristen Roberts
Secretary: Megan O'Leary
Treasurer: Stacey White
Directors: Tom Bow,
Truro Treasures awards up to twenty grants a year to local businesses and
organizations sharing our mission of building and supporting the Truro community.
THE DEADLINE FOR 2018 APPLICATION IS OCTOBER 1, 2018.
Thank you to everyone who applied. We are thrilled to be able to help such worthy
organizations achieve their goals. If you missed the deadline for this year, please
apply for next year.
If you have any questions, please contact: Kristen Roberts 207-632-1217 firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2017 Truro Treasures gave over $20,000 to the following community organizations:
Cape Cod Hospital Auxiliary
CASAS animal shelter
Castle Hill Center for the Arts
Dexter Keezer Foundation
Helping Our Women
Lower Cape Ambulance
Payomet Performing Arts Center
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Provincetown Film Society
Truro Central School
Truro Chamber of Commerce
Truro Concert Committee
Truro Historical Society
Wellfleet Harbor ActorsTheatre
Friends of Truro Recreation