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Center for Coastal Studies Lecture Series- Final Lectue!

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7 Freeman St. | Napi's Restaurant | Provincetown

May 25th, 2016 at 7PM
Lectures on Climate Change: From Paris to Provincetown to Pleasant Bay. Rich Delaney presents An Insider's View of the Paris Climate Change Conference. Rich Delaney, President and CEO of the Center for Coastal Studies, spent eight days at the Paris Climate Conference, lobbying for the health of the world's oceans. Rich will present an overview of the Conference, and discuss efforts being made to mitigate the ever increasing effects of climate change on the environment.

The Center for Coastal Studies 2016 Winter Lecture Series

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7 Freeman St. | Napi's Restaurant | Provincetown

Apr 27th, 2016 at 7PM
"The True Story of the Pirate Ship, Whydah" by Chris Macort On the night of April 26, 1717 the pirate ship Whydah, captained by Black Sam Bellamy, wrecked in a nor-easter off Marconi Beach in Wellfleet. Over a matter of hours, the ship broke apart. Most of the hull, rigging and other organic materials washed up along the Outer beach, but the heavy items on board sank into the sand where they remained for the next 270 years. Chris Macort, a diver, historian and writer, has worked with the Whydah collection since 1997 and has travelled the world in search of the real history of the pirates. He has appeared in a number of documentaries for the BBC, History and Discovery Channels.

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