With the on-going pandemic, we feel it is important to keep you updated with information about our in-person event, Crop on the Cape. We will be updating this page as things change. Please check back when you have questions.
December 11, 2021
We are excited to announce that we have been busy planning the 2022 Crop on the Cape. I’m sure you know that launching an event of this size right now, while still in a pandemic, is very difficult. We don’t know what’s going to happen between now and March 2022, but my hope is we will be able to have a safe, in-person event. We’ve missed holding this event and are excited to bring everyone together again!
We have contacted everyone who carried over their registration fee from 2020 and is registered for 2022. Since we did process some refunds, we have seats to fill for our 2022 event. We anticipate that these are going to sell quickly, so we recommend registering right when it opens, Thursday December 16th at 9a ET.
The event is scheduled to be held March 17-20th, 2022. You can reserve your room with the Hyannis Resort and Conference Center. All the details for that can be found here.
We will be asking all attendees who attend the Crop on the Cape 2022 to remain flexible. We may require masks to be worn during the event based on local, Barnstable County, Covid restrictions, and CDC guidelines. By agreeing to participate in Crop on the Cape 2022 you are acknowledging your acceptance of our guidelines that will be set as we approach the event.
We will communicate the guidelines with you before the event starts.
When registration does open to the public in December, you will have the opportunity to purchase classes. We will not be offering massages this year. Edited to add 12/16/21 registration is open here
Jenn & Chris
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We want to thank you all for understanding the tough decisions we have had to make these past few years. Coronavirus has affected everyone and made us all have to be a little more flexible than we planned.