Virtual Supper Club Series

Our Highfield Celebrates Virtual Dinner Parties were so popular we decided to create a Virtual Supper Club Series for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own home!  

This five-part series will be presented via Zoom and will highlight speakers from the Marine Biological Laboratory, the Woodwell Climate Research Center, authors Barbara Sillery, Kevin Doyle and more.  In addition to the engaging discussion each evening will feature a special three-course meal from local restaurants including Quicks Hole Tavern, Water Street Kitchen and more.  Sign up for one evening or the entire series!

While these events will follow the same format as the summer series, they will not include an auction or paddle raise – we just want you to enjoy your dinner and discussion.

All Dinner Parties
Thursday evenings @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Ticket: $125.00 per person |
Ticket without meal: $60 per person

Thursday, December 10, 2020:

Highfield Celebrates! An Evening of Magic and Mystery
Featuring the World’s Greatest Magician & Hyperbole Expert, Michael Pisciotta

Dinner provided by The Glass Onion

Join Highfield as we celebrate the holidays with a special end of the year virtual fundraiser edition of the wildly popular Virtual Supper Club Series! Enjoy this interactive presentation from the comfort of your own home as you dine on a gourmet three-course meal prepared by The Glass Onion. The evening will also include a live auction and paddle raise hosted by auctioneer extraordinaire, John Terrio.
Mike Pisciotta is an acclaimed performer based in Los Angeles, CA and serves as the resident magician for the world-famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. Mike creates powerful, beautiful moments of mystery, and his performances leave the viewer with a profound sense of wonder. Mike is recognized by his peers as one of the greatest performing magicians today and is a two-time winner of the prestigious “Close-Up Magician of the Year” award for the Academy of Magical Arts
But don’t just take our word for it…
“Truly incredible, I really enjoyed that!” – Sean Penn
“Absolutely incredible magician!” – Charlize Theron
“I don’t say this about a lot of people, but this guy is clever!” – Stan Lee
*Proceeds will benefit Highfield Hall & Gardens exhibitions, gardens and programming.


Each Virtual Dinner Party will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will last approximately 60 – 90 minutes.
One week prior to the event, you will receive a menu to choose your meal options.
Your dinner and gift bag will arrive at your home prior to the start of the dinner party between 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Your gift bag will include preparation instructions for your meal, Zoom instructions to participate online, an evening program, a special gift relevant to the evening.
To have your meal delivered, you must be within a 20-mile radius of Falmouth.
If you would like to participate in the event without receiving a meal,we are offering a discounted ticket price.
If you would like to sign up for multiple dates, please email Lisa Walker for special discounted series subscription rates.

Please Find Event Dates Listed Below:

Thursday, September 24, 2020
Guest Speaker, Dr. Nipam Patel, Marine Biological Laboratory
Dinner provided by Quicks Hole Tavern

Join Dr. Nipam Patel for The Physics of Beauty: Structural Coloration in Butterflies.  “Reserve your seat at the table” to hear Dr. Patel’s describe a number of butterfly species that use structural coloration, and recent genetic and cellular insights into how scale cells generate the necessary materials and geometry to create these rich colors! A discussion that promises to lift everyone’s spirits.
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Thursday, October 8, 2020:
Guest Speaker, Dr. James Bellingham, Director of WHOI’s Center for Marine Robotics 
Dinner provided by Water Street Kitchen

Jim Bellingham is a pioneer in the development of autonomous marine robots.  He has led and participated in research expeditions around the world from the Arctic to the Antarctic.  He is the founding Director of the Center of Marine Robotics at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, founded the Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Laboratory at MIT, and co-founded Bluefin Robotics. He serves on numerous advisory committees and boards, including the Secretary of the Navy Advisory Panel, several National Academies studies and he Chairs the Naval Research Advisory Committee.  Jim’s awards include the Lockheed Martin Award for Ocean Science and Engineering, and the MIT Fourteenth Robert Bruce Wallace lecturer.  Jim received an S.B., S.M., and Ph.D. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Thursday, October 22, 2020:
Author of the paranormal Barbara Sillery will discuss her book The Haunting of Cape Cod and the Islands
Dinner provided by The Glass Onion

Steeped in the staunch seafaring traditions of New England, The Haunting of Cape Cod and the Islands gives a ghostly guided tour of two dozen historic sites, including Highfield Hall. Through her books and documentaries, Barbara uncovers tantalizing tales of ghosts, hauntings, and lost cultural treasures. As a guest speaker, she entertains and delights her audiences with amazing plot twists and colorful characters.
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Thursday, November 5, 2020:
Author Kevin Doyle will discuss his book The First Encounter; In the Wake of the Mayflower 
Dinner provided by Osteria La Civetta

Teaming with Karen Rinaldo, the pair has created a variety of gifts commemorating the years from the 1620 “First Encounter” to the division of Nauset lands that became the 15 towns of Cape Cod. Their entertaining book provides an easy-to-read history that “connects the dots” of our American heritage.
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Thursday, November 19, 2020:
Guest speaker Dr. Phil Duffy, Woodwell Climate Research Center.
Dinner provided by Añejo

Dr. Philip Duffy is a physicist who has devoted nearly 30 years to the societal challenge of climate change. He has helped shape US global change research and been involved in international climate negotiations. Prior to joining Woodwell Climate Research Center, Dr. Duffy served as a Senior Policy Analyst in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and as a Senior Advisor on the White House National Science and Technology Council.
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