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Weekend Outlook
00000177-ba84-d5f4-a5ff-bbfc9b1a0000 Wondering what to do this weekend? Every Wednesday during All Things Considered, Steve Junker speaks with the editors of Cape Week about events happening on Cape Cod and the Islands. You can hear this week's best bets here.

Weekend Outlook: Here's Your Chance to Experience Cooking as It Was Done in Bygone Days

Chatham Chamber of Commerce

Find out how meals were prepared in the 18th and early 19th century on Saturday, when the Caleb Nickerson House, in Chatham, opens its unusual beehive oven for baking. You can even bring a  prepared recipe to bake.

Also in the Weekend Outlook:

Led Zeppelin fans can almost see that 1970s band brought back to its glory Friday night when the tribute band Kashmir plays in Hyannis for Barnstable High School Music Department's 5th Annual Benefit Concert. More info.

An opportunity to celebrate Scottish history and culture, with some unusual foods, is happening Saturday night with the annual Robert Burns Supper in Hyannis.

If you want to hear the story of  a real-life treasure hunt, Cape Cod Museum of Art on Saturday is hosting a talk by a diver instrumental in recovering artifacts from a pirate ship.

Steve Junker and Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll discuss upcoming events every week on All Things Considered. Audio of this week's conversation is posted below - give it a listen.

Steve is Managing Editor of News. He came to WCAI in 2007. He also hosts the weekly News Roundup on Friday mornings and produces The Fishing News.