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SPAT Spring Dinner
Wellfleet Shellfish Promotion and Tasting, SPAT, invites you to a special dinner at the Chatham Bars Inn to benefit Wellfleet's shellfishing industry.  If you are a supporter of the local shellfishing community and if you are intrigued by the prospect of great food and wine at the “Chef’s Table,” then this is an event for you.  You will enjoy an exploration of SPAT's mission, a healthy sample of raw and cooked shellfish, as well as Chef Anthony Cole’s fine land-based cuisine, all accompanied by terrific wine provided by Soliste from the Sonoma Coast.  Expect to be dazzled by a memorable evening while supporting a great cause!

When: Apr 26, 2018 6pm in Chatham, MA

Sprouter Training Blended Course Part 2

The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule establishes science-based minimum standards for the safe growing, harvesting, packing, and holding of certain produce grown for human consumption. Unless specifically exempt or excluded, sprout growing operations are subject to the Produce Safety Rule including the sprout-specific requirements in subpart M. This one-day course is held in conjunction with the International Sprout Growers Association (ISGA) Annual Convention. It is Part 2 of the SSA Blended Course. The Blended course consists of two parts. Part 1 is online and Part 2 is instructor-led.  Both parts must be completed in order to obtain a certificate.  Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive your SSA Training Course CERTIFICATE. The SSA training course will be helpful in understanding and implementing the Produce Safety Rule requirements and best practices for enhancing sprout safety. Prerequisite: You must complete Part 1 of the Blended Course (i.e., SSA Online Course) within the past six month before taking this course (i.e., Part 2). You should plan 8 – 12 hours to take Part 1- the Online Course.  The Online Course gives you flexibility of starting and stopping at the end of each module along the way—it does not have to be continuous.  For instructions of completing Part I of the Blended Courses (i.e., SSA Online Course), please visit: https://www.ifsh.iit.edu/ssa/resources/ssa-training. We recommended you to refer to the course manual: SSA Training Curriculum 2nd Edition “Safer Sprout Production for Produce Safety Rule Compliance” when taking Part 1. It is available for free download by clicking the hyperlink. Hardcopy is also available for purchase from the IFPTI bookstore website. Please bring the followings to the class:1. SSA course manual (No manual will be provided at the class); and2. Proof of your completion of Part 1 (i.e., an enrollment ticket or a completion email received after completing the Online Course). Who may attend this course?                                                                                                                        Sprout growers, seed distributors, federal and state regulators, and individuals who are interested in sprout safety  Cost to attend: The course fee is $375 per person Course Date/Time:April 27, 2018 8:30 AM - 5PM Note: Registration will be closed on April 20, 2018. Course Location: Chatham Bars Inn, 297 Shore Rd., Chatham, MA 02633 Travel: Travel will be on your own expense. Nearby Airport: Boston, MA Hotel:(You may book any hotel. The following hotel is where the course is held.)Chatham Bars Inn297 Shore Road, Chatham, MA 02633Tel: 508-945-0096 Lunch: Lunch, drinks and light snacks will be provided.  Contact information: 1. For questions regarding the training registration, please contact the SSA at sproutalliance@iit.edu. 2. For questions regarding Online Course registration and your certificate, please contact IFPTI LMS Administrator at LMSAdmin@ifpti.org or (269) 488-3258 3. For questions regarding logistics, please contact Rich Wolfe at richard.r.wolfe@gmail.com or Office@isga-sprouts.org. 

When: Apr 27, 2018 8:30AM in Chatham, MA

Chatham Orpheum/Creative Arts Center Artist Series

Prior to the feature presentation, those attending will see a short film from the Local Artist Series highlighting local working artists.  During the previews( twenty minutes before showtime,) a 5-8 minute local artist spotlight video showcasing the artist of the day will be shown before each movie during ArtWeek. Those attending can see the preview at no charge and will see artist members of the Creative Arts Center including Ginny Nickerson, Ann Hart,  Suska Matsik, Marcy Ford, Heather MacKenzie, Hiram Ball and Tilda Bystrom; original artwork will also be displayed in the lobby.



When: Apr 28, 2018 12am in Chatham, MA

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About Chatham, MA
The Town of Chatham is also known as the elbow of the Cape and is located in Barnstable County at the turn of Cape Cod. The town is a tourist dream with plenty of downtown shoppes, restaurants, candy and ice cream parlors.

There is so much to do and see in this town from the sparkling white sand beaches to the Creative Arts Center to the endless number of gift shops to browse through. For those more musically in tuned there's the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival and the Maritime Festival.

Another point of interest is all the seals that have come to the Chatham sand bars where the sharks have a hard time finding them. Whether you're a child or adult there is something in Chatham for everyone.