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Sleepy Cape wakes for holiday

Posted by Paul Kandarian  November 30, 2011 07:49 AM

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For the most part, Cape Cod hibernates in winter. But from Dec. 1-4, the Cape is coming alive with holiday specials, as the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and dozens of businesses have teamed up to offer a variety of programs, events, discount and packages. Among the nearly 30 special events are the Cape Cod Symphony's Holiday Pops concert, The North Pole Express ride on the Cape Cod Central Railroad, the 38th annual Nantucket Stroll, the Hyannis Stroll, the Falmouth Christmas Parade and more. For all events, check out www.christmasoncapecod.com

Inns and resorts throughout the Cape are offering value-added accommodations packages, with some including dinner at nearby restaurants, passes to holiday events and seasonal amenities like mulled cider and Christmas cookies. In addition, visitors can download the "Christmas on Cape Cod Rewards Pass" for special offers and gifts, such as free appetizers or desserts, Christmas ornaments and discounts.

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