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Featuring Local Stories, Dining Guide,
Events Calendar and a Complete
Shopping & Business Directory
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Artfully Yours
Barks & Bubbles
Beauty Nails
Capeway Cleaners
Cape Cod Vacuum
Cranberry Collective
Dunkin Donuts
El Colibri Restaurante & Tequila Bar
Freitas Realty Group
GameStop
Head Over Heels Yoga
Henson Jackson Gallery
Koko FitClub
Marshalls
Maximum Nutrition
Olympia Sports
Pilates by LJ
ProCuts
Roche Bros.
Santander Bank
Sleepy’s
South Cape Wine & Spirits
Stitched
The Iron Shop
Walgreens Pharmacy
Wicked Fire Kissed Pizza
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MASHPEE
Mashpee Chamber of Commerce
Incorporated September 25, 1985
5 North Market Street-Mashpee Commons
P. O. Box 1245
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-0792 • fax: 508-477-5541
email: [email protected]
View our Website and Calendar of Events:
www.mashpeechamber.com
OFFICERS
Patrice Pimental-Cotta, President
Rockland Trust
Linda Steele, Vice President
Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank
Randi Oakley, Treasurer
Eastern Bank
CELEBRATES MILESTONES!
The Mashpee
Chamber
& Town of
Mashpee
Celebrate
Milestones pg.
6
Leslie Marsh, Secretary
Santander Bank
Sue Sciarrillo, Immediate Past President
Anchor Self Storage
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sandi Abrams Murray & MacDonald
Insurance Services, Inc.
Gary Bruno Paul Peters Agency, Inc.
Katerina Cedrone Cedrone Contracting and
Property Management
Denise Dutson Kinlin Grover Real Estate
Rachael Hicks Care from the Heart, LLC
Janet Johnson Southport
Kevin Kirrane Dunning, Kirrane, McNichols
& Garner, L.L.P.
Thomas J. O’Neill Thomas J. O’Neill, Inc.
Ben Styche Centinel Financial Group
STAFF
Mary Lou Palumbo, Executive Director
Katy Acheson, Executive Assistant
Becki Grainger, Amanda Church
EDITOR
Rachel Arroyo
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dan Cutrona, Kevin Mac,
Gene Marchand and
The Enterprise Newspaper
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FROM THE DIRECTOR
Made in mashpee
Celebrating Milestones pg. 4
Good Clothing Company pg. 58
FEATURE STORY
Bridges by Epoch
Our Town’s Milestones pg. 6
Opening in Mashpee:
Memory Care Facility pg. 62
Celebrating Our TOWN
Mashpee Town Manager pg. 14
Southport
Mashpee Commons
A National Model for
Lifestyle Living pg. 66
Celebrates 30 Years pg. 18
Dr. George Silva
Celebrates 30 Years pg. 22
Mashpee Tribe
History the of the
Wampanoug Tribe pg. 26
Dining Guide
Local Chefs… Local Flavors… pg. 36
CAR InSurance
Money Saving Facts pg. 68
Fighting A.L.S.
In All Seasons pg. 74
DIRECTORY
Things to Do pg. 76
Local & Visitor Services pg. 82
Transportation & Travel pg. 94
CALENDAR & MAP
Chambers of Commerce pg. 94
Listing of Year-round Events pg. 44
Town of Mashpee Offices pg. 95
S.C.O.R.E. Winner
Dino’s Pizza and Sports Bar pg. 56
OUR TOWN
Mashpee’s Top Stories pg. 14
L E T T E R f r om the D I R E C T O R
MASHPEE celebrating
MILESTONES!
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 30th
anniversary, and it has been a banner year: We have over
300 members with an amazing retention rate of 90% (the
national average is 84%). The Mashpee Chamber and our local
businesses, organizations, and town leaders have partnered to
make Mashpee a great place to visit, live and do business. In
fact, the Mashpee Chamber and the town have experienced
significant growth over the years, making Mashpee one of the
hottest destinations on Cape Cod. Businesses have everything
they need here. Visitors marvel at the culture, shopping, premier
golf, natural beauty, and the variety of restaurants. And now, more and more people are
also choosing to call Mashpee home.
One of Mashpee’s biggest draws is that the town is open for business all year long. To
attract visitors in the off season, the Chamber hosts a variety of special events in the
fall and winter, including the Dunkin Donuts Shipyard Pumpkinhead 10k Road Race in
October and our spectacular evening Christmas Parade in December. These events
complement our summer events, including a Clam Bake in July and La Tavola, an Italian
Feast Under the Stars in August. Turn to page 44 for a full list of events. And to make
planning your trip to Mashpee a little easier, we have our business listings on page 82.
Designed to guide, inform and entertain readers, Mashpee Magazine is a handy
resource for planning your visit, move, or new business opportunity. We also invite
everyone to stop by our new office located at 5 North Market Street in the Mashpee
Commons for more information. My assistant Katy Acheson and I will be happy to assist
you. You can also visit www.mashpeechamber.com for more information or find us on
social media.
This year I’m also celebrating a milestone of my own. I just completed my fifth year
as executive director of the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce. Over the years, our
members and I have experienced change, growth and achievements together, and I
look forward to many more memorable milestones in the future.
Special thanks to our board of directors and our president Sue Sciarrillo, my assistant
Katy Acheson, and our office staff Becki Grainger and Amanda Church. I would also like
to thank Town Manager Joyce Mason, the Board of Selectmen, Mashpee Town officials,
the Wampanoag Tribe, Thomas J. O Neill, The Mashpee Enterprise, Dan Cutrona, Kevin
Mac, Gene Marchand, the Mashpee Commons management team, Carol McLeod
Design, Rachel Arroyo, and Cummings Printing for supporting the magazine and
the Mashpee Chamber. I also thank my husband Gary, our members, volunteers and
sponsors for their continued support.
Mashpee is celebrating milestones. Make it your business to find out why!
Mary Lou Palumbo,
Executive Director, Mashpee Chamber of Commerce
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The groundwork laid by the many
“generation
of leaders in Mashpee has
F eature S T O R Y
OUR Town’S
Milestones
By Katy Acheson, Becki Grainger & Jessie Little Doe Baird
ushered us into the modern business era in
an environment that welcomes business.
”
From Timber to Trade: Mashpee Commerce Then & Today
By Jessie Little Doe Baird
Mashpee has had a long and storied history of trade
and commerce. The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce
organized some 30 years ago amidst a 12,000 year old
community famed for its tenacious pursuit of policy that
would protect the production of goods and encourage
trade throughout the Cape region and beyond.
that Mashpee’s ponds were also home
to mills that handled grinding for the
towns of Sandwich, Barnstable and
parts of Falmouth.
Mashpee was home to the likes of Ruben Kuhkuneaw,
a Mashpee Wampanoag man who traveled to England
in 1760, to successfully petition for the rights of the
tribe to elect its own leaders to pass and enforce its
own trade and commercial codes as well as to ensure
the protection of natural resources. Those resources, which included the least clear
cut community on the Cape, bays and cranberry bogs would produce a long line of
businesses and industry spanning from colonial times.
During the period of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, the Federal Government
proposed to move many tribes off of their original lands and regions to create new
reservations while integrating some tribal communities together. The endeavor
spawned field visits and studies of tribes across the country and very few communities
escaped the specter of removal. Mashpee was one such community, however, due to
the tribe’s ‘affinity for the land and their industry and commerce.
There were stores such as Mr. Charles
Collins and the Ockry Trading company
that sold everything from ice cream to bullets and fishing gear Tisit’s and Peters Oil
that provided the town and travelers with fuel. There were restaurants such as TNT’s,
Amelia’s Café, and of course the beloved Flume Restaurant, just to name a few. In
recent times we saw Dick and Ellie’s Clams, and On the Rocks, a night club that
hosted concerts by some of the best bands in the country.
Today we can still see the fruits of early business incubation projects such as Route
151, a cooperative project between the town and state that brought more commerce
through town, and yet we still enjoy the most open space of any Cape town.
The groundwork laid by the many generation of leaders in Mashpee has ushered us
into the modern business era in an environment that welcomes business.
Selectmen John Cahalane, Mary Lou Palumbo, Cedric Cromwell, and Trish Keliinui
Mashpee has enjoyed businesses such as The Hotel Attaquin, a celebrated resort
famous for its fishing and hunting parties, to Walter Mingo’s Coasting Company that
provided water freight to and from New York, to Captain Godrey’s water vessel
production company; The Mashpee
Manufacturing Company which produced
brooms; Pells Best, an oyster company, as
well as Mashpee Trout, a company whose
fish fetched $1 per pound in New York
City when the rest of the industry saw only
25 cents per pound.
What is widely known is that Mashpee
was famous for its cranberries and
companies run by good business leaders
such as Asa Peters. What is little known is
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OUR TOWN’S MILESTONES
The History of the Chamber of Commerce
Part of this growing community for the last 30 years is the Mashpee Chamber of
Commerce, an organization devoted to bringing local businesses and the community
together, aiding to the efforts and successes of the entrepreneurial Mashpee
Wampanoag Tribe. Originally named the Mashpee Business Association, the Mashpee
Chamber of Commerce welcomes new businesses, residents, and visitors to our
corner of the Cape. The chamber is nothing, however, without the support of great
local businesses, organizations, encouraging town leaders, residents, and of course our
seasonal and weekend visitors. The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce now has over
300 voluntary members, all represented in our directory at the back of this magazine.
Mashpee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Mary Lou Palumbo says that
“The Mashpee Chamber is very fortunate. Over the years we’ve really bonded with
the Town, the Tribe, and the business community in Mashpee. These relationships
have contributed to where we are today.”
“I have enjoyed working with the Mashpee Chamber and to see it grow and become
engaged with the community,” adds Tom O’Neill of Tom O’Neill Inc., Immediate Past
President of the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce.
Together, alongside the Town, the Tribe, and all
of our members, we celebrate the milestones
that mark the last 30 years in Mashpee.
An integral part of the growth of the Mashpee
Chamber of Commerce and the Mashpee business
community over the past 30 years is the close
relationship everyone in Mashpee shares. From
business owner to home owner, from town leaders
to weekend visitor, everyone shares a connection to the town and to each other.
This vibrant and progress-focused community is truly unique.
How many towns can say they’re home to a kaleidoscope studio? Celebrating five
years in Mashpee, Cape Kaleidoscope’s owner Suzanne Greene says about her
decision to open a business here, “I love Mashpee’s small town feel, and I think
that’s one of the major reasons people are drawn to shopping in Mashpee, and
in Mashpee Commons in particular. There was really no other place in the upper
Cape that I considered.”
Dovetail Woodworks is also celebrating five years in business, “as a resident of
Mashpee I enjoy working in town because it helps me establish relationships with
neighbors that I might not normally come into contact with,” says Dovetail owner
David Smith, who takes great pride in his work and his neighborhood.
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with former co-anchor Jim Boyd
The connectivity expands beyond town borders too. Reporting on towns across
the Cape, The Barnstable Patriot has been in the newspaper business for almost
two centuries. “Mashpee has been an integral part of our advertising reach, to
bring Mashpee residents to Barnstable, and Barnstable residents to Mashpee.
Both towns need each other for commerce and employment as well as cultural
and scenic amenities,” says Barnstable Patriot editor Noah Hoffenberg. And we
agree, wholeheartedly.
For businesses, Mashpee’s location is ideal. As Carol McLeod, principle and creative
director of Carol McLeod Design puts it: Mashpee is “ideally situated close to
Falmouth, yet accessible to the mid-Cape area. And, within 20 minutes, I could be on
either bridge heading to other clients located in Providence, Metro West or Boston
areas.” Besides Mashpee’s prime location, it was the town’s “up-and-coming” appeal
and growing community that led Carol McLeod to open a business here 25 years ago.
Mashpee has grown up so much in the last
30 years, Amy Rice, owner of Woodruff’s Art
Center and the Rice Gallery in Mashpee
Commons, has seen it all first hand: “I have
seen so much development since starting
business here, all very positive. Within
Mashpee Commons, Woodruff’s Art Center
has had 4 different locations, growing and
improving as the Commons has developed.”
PHOTO: Dan Cutrona
Doing Business in Mashpee Today
Linda Steele, branch manager of Cape Cod Five, also loves her community: “It has
been an honor and a privilege to work in and be a part of the Mashpee community
for these past 20 years. I am so impressed with the town’s leaders, and the supportive
environment in which [we] live.”
Many other businesses in Mashpee are
celebrating anniversaries this year, too, while others are just beginning their ventures
here. From businesses that are centuries old to a store celebrating its hundredth day
open, the range of years in business is a testament to the diversity, growth, and
stability of the town’s community.
working in town because
“itI enjoy
helps me establish relationships
with neighbors that I might not normally
come into contact with.
”
– David Smith of Dovetail Woodworks
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OUR TOWN’S MILESTONES
SHAPING THE FUTURE
While we celebrate 30 years, several local nonprofit organizations are also
celebrating milestones.
Kiwanis International is celebrating its 100th anniversary
this year, while the Mashpee Kiwanis Club celebrated
their 25th anniversary in January by having a “birthday”
party. In a departure from their past role as a business
club for men, today, Kiwanis is fully dedicated to
children’s needs. Looking forward, Terrie Cook, president of the Mashpee Kiwanis
Club, says she hopes to expand the club’s membership and dedicate more time to
improving the lives of children, from helping to send kids to summer camp to
cleaning up local beaches.
To honor their quarter-century anniversary, The Cape
Cod Children’s Museum kicked off a year-long
celebration with a “Let It Grow!” gala on March 28. The
children’s museum, which has had more than one million
visitors since opening in 1990, was created to encourage
hands-on learning experiences in a safe, educational environment and is filled with
exhibits designed to inspire creativity, curiosity and imagination.
Every year The Mashpee Chamber and Roche Bros donate and deliver Thanksgiving meals
to home-bound members of our community.
New Business, Frankie’s Barber Shop
PHOTO: Dan Cutrona
DID YOU KNOW?
• The Mashpee Chamber of
Commerce was first called the
Mashpee Business Association.
• The Mashpee Business
Association changed its name
to The Mashpee Chamber of
Commerce in August of 1988.
• The Mashpee Christmas
Parade is 10 Years Old.
• Mashpee High School Students
used to attend various other
schools until 1996 when the
new Mashpee High was built.
• Mashpee is home to Paralympic
Curler David Palmer.
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• Mashpee’s first bank was
opened in 1966. Today,
Mashpee is home to seven
banks, and the Mashpee
Chamber has even more banks
as members!
• The Mashpee Wampanoag
Tribe has been in Mashpee for
roughly 12,000 years.
• Many celebrities and CEO’s
choose to call Mashpee Home
and have contributed to the
success and growth of the town
including The Farrelly Family,
Robert and Myra Kraft, Marcy
Carsey, and Susan Wornick just
to name a few.
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For the past 25 years, “We have enjoyed the tremendous support of the community
and our valued partnerships with Mashpee schools, businesses, town officials, and the
chamber of commerce,” says Barbara Cotton, Executive Director of Cape Cod
Children’s Museum. The museum serves children and families from across Cape, islands,
and south coast of Massachusetts, with some visitors from as far away as Australia.
This year, the Boys and Girls Club is celebrating two
decades as part of Mashpee’s community.
Even though the nonprofit serves all of Cape Cod, many
kids come from Mashpee for homework help, and daily
tutoring as well as health and fitness programs and help
with honing important life skills. The Boys and Girls Club
is proud of their kids and the work they do, as well as the
vision that donors show by investing in the kids and future of Cape Cod. In the past
twenty years two things have not changed for the Boys and Girls Club in Mashpee:
the focus on helping kids succeed and the role the donors play in it. Without their
generosity, there would be no Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod.
Growing together
Cedric Cromwell, Chairman, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe sums up the past, present
and future of Mashpee: “As the signs read on the highway as you enter town
‘Mashpee…Land of the Wampanoag’, Mashpee or traditionally pronounced
Maseepee, is historically a unique Cape Cod town, a town developed and managed
by first citizens, being the Mashpee Wampanoag. From town government officials to
entrepreneurs, from war veterans to spiritual leaders and Traditionalists, Mashpee has
made its mark in cultivating progressive consciousness and welcomed visitors and new
neighbors. I applaud the entire community for it achievements over these past 30
years and as a proud descendant, along with citizens of my Tribal nation, I look
forward to continued and healthy forward progress in the arena of local business,
partnerships and Good Medicine.”
Mashpee is a small town, but we’re
growing, we’re expanding. In the poetic
nature of Robert Byrne, namesake of
Bobby Byrnes Pub, “the universe is
expanding and so should we.”
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PHOTO: Dan Cutrona
As we have explored here, the partnership of local nonprofits, businesses, and
community with the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce has allowed us to accomplish
so much in the past 30 years. We’re
celebrating milestones, and every year
we’re working to create new and exciting
reasons to celebrate.
…without continual growth and
“
progress, such words as improvement,
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celebrating
our town
achievement, and success
have no meaning.
By JOyce M. Mason, Town Manager
– Benjamin Franklin
I am pleased to submit the following milestones for our community from the
past year. Yet, I want to straight away recognize Mary Lou Palumbo, Executive
Director of the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce and the editor of this magazine for
giving me the opportunity and the medium to pay tribute to our wonderful community.
Founding father Benjamin Franklin once wrote that “…without continual growth
and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no
meaning.” Well, Mr. Franklin, I could not agree more. All organizations, regardless
of their focus, should be committed to continuous improvement and our
municipality is dedicated to that very principle.
As a primary example, the lives of our residents will be improved by a variety of
local enhancements emerging this year. We have re-imagined both the Mashpee
Community Park and the John’s Pond Park, giving all our citizens enhanced
opportunities to walk, talk, and gather for community based activities such as
Farmers’ Markets, concerts, and an outdoor film series. In a unique collaboration,
the town has partnered with Mashpee Commons for a MassWorks Grant funding
the infrastructure costs associated with the building of affordable housing units
within the Commons’ complex. As well, construction has begun on Mashpee’s first
Assisted Living Facility while our full-day pre-school program is flourishing, giving
all our youngsters a step up. For our canine friends, we will soon have a local
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”
dog park constructed across from the
Heritage Park recreational area. In short,
your town government is improving
recreational and social opportunities
while developing stronger bonds with
our civic and commercial interests, and
all within a strict and prudent financial
structure. As is said, Mashpee is the
place to be…
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PHOTO: The Enterprise
CELEBRATING our town
As a personal milestone, I have announced my retirement
from the Town after 34 years of service, so this will be my
final report for this publication. I began as a part-time board
secretary and will end as a proud Town Manager for the past
14 years. Over those years, we have maintained stable tax
rates (…dropping nine cents in 2014); the town has not taxed
to the levy limit for the past three years while responsibly
balancing the governmental operating budget; there have
been three positive bond rating changes with the current
Joyce Mason, 1991
rating at the highest rating possible: AAA; we built a new
Mashpee High School, Fire Station 2, the Senior Center, and the Leed Certified
Town Library; we significantly renovated Town Hall and Fire Station One; we
became one of the first towns in the state to be named a “Green Community;”
we reorganized Town Departments for efficiency and effectiveness, promoted a
strong partnership with the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce and the entire
business community, and was a founding member of the Mashpee Kiwanis Club,
which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Furthermore, as I prepare the
Fiscal Year 2016 budget, I will present a balanced financial plan for the future which
will have no effect on the current tax rate while once again deliver services our
residents deserve and become accustomed to. I am
incredibly proud of all the people I have worked with
over my tenure.
For the future, I trust our community has a firm foundation
to continually grow and progress through the coming years.
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We are right on the cusp of
“going
from a shopping center
to a town center.
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mashpee
commons
– John Connell, Mashpee Commons Architect
By Mary Lou Palumbo
PHOTO: Dan Cutrona
There’s a place in Mashpee where you can
live, work and play and not have to rely on
transportation to get around. That place is
Mashpee Commons.
“The idea is to provide a community with every
means necessary for a vibrant life in convenient
locations,” says Buff Chace, President and owner of
Mashpee Commons. “Our neighborhood provides
various amenities alongside diverse businesses in a
charming New England village setting.”
Town manager, Joyce Mason agrees. “It’s important for the town to experience
healthy growth and this is one of those projects that will especially help with the
new tax revenue that is generated.” It’s important to promote growth, Mason
believes, but in keeping with the character of the community, which Mashpee
Commons exemplifies.
Inspired by how historic New England towns were built around a town center,
Mashpee Commons has come a long way since it was originally constructed in the
mid-1960s.
“It was originally called the New Seabury Shopping Center to give New Seabury
homeowners a place [to purchase goods and] services. There wasn’t much in
Mashpee at the time,” says John Renz, the property manager for the Commons.
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2014 Mashpee Commons Expansion Project Ground Breaking
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
The Town of Mashpee and Mashpee Commons have been working together to
improve the local community for more 20 years, says Chace, sharing the larger
vision of creating a healthy and thriving community. He says, “This is an intergenerational project and we hope that the next phase of development—and those
that follow—add value to the town and bring more visitors to the area.”
New Seabury Shopping Center, 1966
PHOTO: Thomas Mayo
In the mid-1980s, the name was
changed from the New Seabury
Shopping Center to Mashpee
Commons, which is also when the
Commons began to add internal
streets and more buildings, John
Renz remembers. More recent
John Connell, who was hired as the architect for the expansion project, believes
“the live, work, play concept” is how people want to live. An alternative to
the traffic and disconnected neighborhoods associated with suburban sprawl,
Mashpee Commons is based on the smart growth idea. “We are right on the cusp
of going from a shopping center to a town center,” said Connell, and “It’s really
exciting.” In fact, Connell thinks the Mashpee Commons model—in one variation
or another—will be used throughout Massachusetts and New England.
Chace hopes other communities will follow suit, especially with the Cape’s
inevitable population growth. “Based on historic development patterns,” says
Chace, “the hope is that the expansion project at Mashpee Commons will create
economic growth and prosperity for the town.”
The Commons is currently home to a unique mix of
locally owned shops, restaurants, businesses and
apartments, with some national chain stores mixed
in. “Our goal continues to be to provide everything that an energetic community
needs within walking distance in a pedestrian-friendly setting,” says Chace.
The original property included a bank, hardware store, florist shop, two-screen
movie theater, small market, post office and Bobby Byrne’s Pub. “It looked like a
cross between a desert and a sandpit with a strip mall, ” says Bobby Byrne, who
still owns the pub-restaurant, although it looks much different today. According to
Byrne, between the bar and dining room at the expanded restaurant was once the
site of a barbershop, and where the dining room is now used to be an open field.
Byrne credits Buff Chace for Mashpee Common’s successful transformation over
the years.
changes include last summer’s groundbreaking for the MassWorks Market Street
Extension Project. The expansion, Chace says, will include approximately 12,000
square feet of retail space for small businesses and approximately 52 new residential
units as well as public recreational space.
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celebrates 30 yrs.
By Mary Lou Palumbo
When Dr. George Silva arrived more than 30 years ago, Mashpee was a very
different town. The 66-year-old founder of Mashpee Family Medicine took the time
to reflect on how the practice began and what it means to be part of the community.
“It’s amazing how quickly the years go by,” says Dr. Silva. Today Mashpee looks
nothing like it did 30 years ago. The town’s population was 3,000 then, now it is
approximately 15,000. “When I first came to town, I was a typical family doctor,” says
Dr. Silva, whose routine included admitting patients and morning and afternoon
rounds at Falmouth Hospital. Between rounds at the hospital, Dr. Silva would return
to his office in Mashpee. He remembers the summer commute to the hospital was a
40-minute drive one way, eating up precious time. “It wasn’t easy to do that and still
be available,” recalls Dr. Silva. “That was before the days of cell phones when we
used beepers.”
According to Dr. Silva, there were three primary care doctors in Falmouth during the
1980s, all of which closed their practices at the same time. “There was a big to do about
how all of these patients were going to be taken care of,” Dr. Silva says. “So I proposed
to the medical staff in Falmouth that I would take on all of these doctors’ patients.”
However, Dr. Silva had a couple of stipulations. “I was willing to take on all these
patients and do same day-patient care, but I couldn’t do that and have responsibilities
in the hospital and be on call at night.” Not everyone bought into the plan, but for
the most part, the medical staff in Falmouth viewed Dr. Silva’s proposal as a solution
to the problem. That’s when Mashpee Family Medicine first began it’s outpatient/
walk-in model, and it has been growing ever since.
Tedi Marsh is Dr. Silva’s wife and office manager. “It was 1984 when Dr. Silva started
Mashpee Family Medicine, and there wasn’t even a stoplight in town,” she remembers.
Marsh calls her husband, who is one of the senior members of the health care
community on Cape Cod, a pioneer and visionary. “He has excelled,” she says,
“because of his own vision and guidance.”
When Marsh joined Mashpee Family Medicine in 1991, there were seven employees;
now there are 25. “I call us the United Nations of medicine,” says Marsh, “because
we have such a diverse group of people as providers as well as our patient
population. We are very fortunate that way.”
In fact, Dr. Silva says one of the reasons why he came to Mashpee was to
specifically have a relationship with the Wampanoag Tribe. Joan Peters-Gilmartin,
who opened the practice with Dr. Silva and who became one of Mashpee Family
Medicine’s health care providers, is a member of the tribe. And, Marsh says, “Dr.
Silva continues to work on the Tribal Task Force for drug addiction on Cape Cod
and proudly calls many of the Wampanoags friends.”
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Dr. George Silva and his wife Tedi Marsh
It was 1984 when Dr. Silva started
“Mashpee
Family Medicine, and there
wasn’t even a stoplight in town.
”
– Tedi Marsh
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9 Days in Italy, including Sicily April 2016
Dr. George Silva 30 yrs.
Presented by Ambassador Travel
800-537-5191 / 508-477-0057 / [email protected]
That was evident at the 30th anniversary party for Mashpee Family Medicine,
which had many tribal members in attendance. “The whole concept wasn’t so
much to celebrate Dr. Silva,” says Marsh, “as it was to thank the community for
growing with us.” The theme of the celebration was “The world is your oyster, the
providers are your pearls,” says Marsh, with the purple in the oysters symbolizing
the connectivity to the local tribe.
& the
“I thought it would be a good idea to thank the town of Mashpee, and the tribe
for their trust all these years,” says Dr. Silva. “We all have to appreciate the fact
that the tribe brings a lot to this town. They’re not just any Native American tribe;
they are the Native American tribe of our Thanksgiving tradition. If there’s an
American story, it’s the Thanksgiving story of the Pilgrims being aided by these
local Native Americans. What an honor it is to be here.”
Dr. Silva and his wife agree that there was a lot to celebrate. Marsh remembers it
rained throughout the day of the party, but just as the event began, a huge
rainbow sprawled out over Mashpee. “I
think we all had our own personal
belief on why that rainbow was there,”
she says. The rainbow certainly
captured the spirit of the day, but for
Dr. Silva what was beyond the rainbow
was at the forefront of his mind. “It was
an opportunity for me to start thinking
about the fact that I’m getting older
and I need to prepare for transition.”
thought it would be a good idea
“to Ithank
the town of Mashpee, and the
tribe for their trust all these years.
”
– Dr. George Silva
PHOTO: The Mashpee Enterprise
Dr. Silva says his transition to retirement
will take at least two years, since this
isn’t the type of job where you can just
give a two-weeks notice.“ That 30-year
thank-you party for the town made me
realize that the time is coming to plan
for the next part of my life,” says Dr.
Silva, and making sure Mashpee Family
Medicine is around for a very long time
is one of his top priorities.
Mashpee Chamber of Commerce
508-477-0792 / www.mashpeechamber.com
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History of the mashpee
wampanoag
to Mashpee,
“theWelcome
home of our tribe for
approximately 11,000 years.
”
By RAMONA PETERS
Welcome to Mashpee, the home of our tribe for approximately 11,000 years.
Many a storm and visitor has swept through our woods and found comfort on
our beaches both fresh and salt. Our first visitors from across the Atlantic were
the Vikings during the year 1004. They anchored in Waquoit Bay and stayed for
quite a while longer than most folks use their time-share abodes. We’ve seen
many come and go like Verrazano, Cabot, Zunis, Lenape, and other explorers.
We have a history of hospitality one might say. Our culture directs us to be kind,
friendly, and hospitable which allowed the early English settlers to prosper.
The Mashpee Wampanoag are one of the original sixty-nine tribes in the
Wampanoag Nation. The Marshpee (later called Mashpee) tribe was under the
oversight of English missionaries for nearly 200 years. The reservation period in
Mashpee officially began in 1677 and restricted our freedom until 1868. From
that time up until around 1975, the tribe ran the town government of Mashpee.
We became overwhelmed with new residents that very quickly took control of the
direction of the town with an easy five-to-one vote. Today the Native American
population in Mashpee is less than 10%.
and Clan Mothers. The Chief and Medicine Man have permanent seats at the
Tribal Council table to ensure cultural concerns are included in decision-making.
Tribal members seek advice, ceremony, and social justice from these leaders.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Museum is located at 414 Main Street (Route
130) and is open to the public 10-4 Tuesday-Friday and Saturday 10-2 from June
2nd-Dec. 1st, 2015. Come view our exhibits revealing the unique history and
culture of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, including a full size wetu (traditional
lodge) with furnishings, Traditional Leaders exhibit 1926-present, and expo on the
Mashpee Indian whalers of the 19th century. For special educational programs
schedule call (508) 477-9339. The building is accessible. Like us on Facebook.
The Old Indian Meeting House located at 410 Meetinghouse Road is open to
the public for tours 10-2 Monday through Friday May 11th- Dec 1st, 2015. The
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe uses the Old Indian Meeting House for weddings,
naming ceremonies, occasional sermons, special events, funerals, Thanksgivings
PHOTO Provided by the Mashpee One Room Schoolhouse
Economically, the tribe has adapted and managed in a number of different ways
besides hunting, fishing, and planting. During the 17th and 18th centuries, we
were involved in the fur, rope, timber, and sassafras trade. In the 19th and early
20th centuries Mashpee Wampanoag men were engaged in the whaling industry,
sailing the Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic and Indian Oceans. Those mariners were usually
out to sea for at least a year at a time hunting whales. The fishing is still great here
in Mashpee. Our rivers, the Mashpee, Santuit, and Quashnet, have been loaded
with herring during the spring months. Smoked herring were exported to Europe
from Mashpee during the 20th century. The cranberry industry and a broom
factory in Mashpee also once provided local employment. Today most Mashpee
Natives are employed in the building and health care industries or working for
the tribe in a variety of professions. Subsistence farming, fishing, and hunting
are still practiced by tribal members. We’ll see you down the bay; try hard not to
leave a footprint.
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe has both traditional and conventional leadership
for our people. The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is a federally recognized tribe
(2007), allowing it to actively participate in federal programs designed for Indian
Nations. We maintain a government-to-government relationship with all federal
agencies to support the health, education, and welfare needs of the tribe. Our
traditional leadership includes the Chief and his Circle of advisors, Medicine Man,
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History of the wampanoag
and other holidays and for weekly meetings for varying tribal organizations. It is
listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Old Indian Meeting House
attracts worldwide visitors throughout the year. Attendants are on site during the
season, both the restrooms and the Meeting House are accessible.
The Mashpee One Room Schoolhouse was built in South Mashpee in 1831. It has
been moved and restored to the way it might have looked in 1850.
You can visit the historic schoolhouse, the Wampanoag Indian Museum and the
Mashpee Archives all in the area of the Mashpee Community Park located at the
intersection of Great Neck Road North and Route 130.
Learn about Mashpee’s unique early history and experience what a one room
school day might have been like in 1850. Discover how and why it was moved twice.
Sit at the recreated desks where they sat and worked on a “ciphering” lesson under
the stern gaze of the “schoolmaster.”
We are open June through October on Thursdays from 10am to 2pm or other
days by appointment. One hour tours are free, but donations are gratefully
accepted. You can arrange a small group or individual visit by contacting the
Schoolmaster, Frank Lord, at [email protected] or 508-539-3378.
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Wine, Beer & Spirits
Great coffee is our passion.
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Since 1973
hyannis
508-775-1425
mashpee commons
sandwich
508-477-0600
508-888-6088
bobbybyrnes.com
9 GREENE STREET, MASHPEE COMMONS 774-228-2291
lanesbowlandbistro.com
Specializing in testing
drug abuse since 2001.
FML provides a wide array
of services including
personalized drug free
workplace programs for
local businesses.
Offering homebound
Phlebotomy services for
our Cape Cod residents.
Locally owned and operated,
providing quality laboratory
services for over 3 decades.
52 Mercantile Way • Mashpee, MA 02649
Toll Free 888.363.4210 Telephone 508.888.7546 Fax 508.833.6735
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Featuring Modern Mexican Cuisine
Offering a vast selection of hand picked tequilla and mezcals.
680 Falmouth Rd., Mashpee
Full menu and hours at www.elcolibrirestaurante.com
508.477.0060
Creative entrees, hand-crafted artisan pizzas, salads & burgers.
REST A URA NT • W INE BA R
All made in-house from scratch
daily using only hormone and
antibiotic-free meats and as many
organic ingredients as possible.
Offering 20 wines by
the glass along with
12 micro brews.
680 Falmouth Rd., Mashpee
Full menu and hours at www.wickedrestaurant.com
508.477.7422
Mashpee’s Best Pizza
Calzones • Burgers
Wings & Tenders
Subs & Salads
Families & Children Welcome
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24 Sports Screens
Super Hi-Definition
Darts
Function/Special Event Room
Food/Drinks
Weekend Entertainment
DINO’S
SPORTS BAR
508-539-2627
401 Route 151, John’s Pond Center, Mashpee, MA 02649
www.dinospizzasportsbarmashpee.com
Celebrating 5 Years in
Mashpee Commons!
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Proudly Servicing Cape Cod & The Islands Since 1992
Blinds •Shades•Shutters•Specialty Shape & Skylight
Shades•Drapery • Valances•Awnings
440 Nathan Ellis Highway
Mashpee, MA 02649
508.477.1170
blindsunlimitedcapecod.com
Enjoy your favorite food and drink at
our new, one-of-a-kind patio and bar!
Kick back by the firepit,
check out our special
Dino’s on Deck menu
and watch the game.
Enjoy live and
DJ entertainment
Wednesday, Thursday,
Sunday 5-8 pm; Friday &
Saturday 6-10 pm
Local Chefs… Local Flavor…
international Appeal
Since its opening, Bleu, Feufeu’s debut French
bistro has received top honors for the exceptional
cuisine and wine program. Feufeu has successfully
brought a bit of France to Cape Cod!
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce dedicates
our Dining Guide to the memory of our friend,
and fellow food-lover, John Rega. Always the
first to know about a new food venture in town,
John’s enthusiasm for new food experiences and
appreciation of quality always brought him back to
Mashpee. A friend of the Chamber and a fan of our
Italian feast, La Tavola, John regularly invited us to
join him for his radio show. He is dearly missed, and
fondly remembered. Next time you dine out at one
of the great restaurants below, raise a toast to John.
He’d probably appreciate that.
Bleu
10 Market Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-539-7909
bleurestaurant.com
John Rega with
Susan Van Tol and
Devan Atanian at a
Mashpee Chamber of
Commerce Business
After Hours Event on
Joy Street, Summer 2014.
ASIA
Their chefs are dedicated to the fine art of true Asian
cuisine and masterfully prepare a wide variety of styles
including Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Sushi. A
sophisticated metropolitan atmosphere and an attentive,
friendly staff ensure a dining experience that will make
Asia a place you will return to often. Their Sushi Bar
boasts a variety of sushi artfully prepared by our skilled
chefs and made with only the freshest ingredients.
Asia
3 Greene Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-8883
mashpeeasia.com
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BLEU: Chef/Owner Frederic Feufeu
Chef/owner Frederic Feufeu, a native of the Loire
Valley and veteran of the New York restaurant
scene, has received numerous awards for his
authentic French bistro fare and contemporary
cuisine.
El Calibri: Executive Chef Chris Massi
Executive Chef Chris Massi and Owner Robert
Catania have created modern Mexican menu at El
Colibri that is vibrant and full of flavor. Utilizing
fresh, local ingredients and fusing them with
traditions of Mexico. Dine inside or out on our
covered veranda or take a seat at our beautiful bar
with over 60 tequilas and hand crafted cocktails.
There is something for everyone.
El Calibri
South Cape Village
680 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-0060
elcolibrirestaurante.com
Estia
Estia is a warm, inviting Greek taverna. The food is
authentic Greek inspired with modern twists. We
feature a unique coal fired pizza oven that reaches
1000 degrees and is only one of five in Massachusetts.
Come in and enjoy our Greek hospitality.
Estia
26 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-539-4700
estiacapecod.com
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Local Chefs… Local Flavor…
international Appeal
SIENA: Executive Chef Nick Jankowski
Siena is a neighborhood hotspot with a full bar,
restaurant and patio known for: Authentic Italian
dishes from a scratch kitchen where everything is
handmade to order. Professional bartenders who
will carefully craft your cocktails and martinis using
fresh ingredients and top shelf spirits.
Siena Restaurant
17 Steeple Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-5929
siena.us
Soprano’s: Executive Chef Bob Signoriello
Soprano’s, an upscale Italian restaurant, has been
bringing the taste and charm of Italy to Cape
Cod since 2005. Chef Signoriello has been in the
business for 32 years, beginning his culinary career
as Banquet Chef and Executive Sous Chef before
serving in the same capacity for the Executive Chef
of England’s royal family.
Soprano’s Ristorante
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-7475
sopranos-ristorante.com
Trevi Café & Wine Bar
25 Market Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-0055
trevicafe.com
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TREVI: Executive Chef Jamie Spencer
Trevi Cafe and Wine Bar’s
contemporary ambiance
adds an authentic dash of
European romance. Our
Mediterranean-style cuisine
is composed of the season’s
freshest ingredients. The
wines from our diverse,
unique collection pair
seamlessly with each
market inspired offering.
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Villagio at the Regatta: Chef Jay Bartolomei
Delicious, authentic Italian, prime steaks, and
signature seafood dishes, prepared by a chef
whose family’s culinary history goes back four
generations. Meals are served in a charming 18th
century Federal style building that is on the
National Register of Historic Places. This is one
restaurant that Cape Codders and vacationers alike
should not miss!
Villaggio at the Regatta in Cotuit is Chef Jay
Bartolomei’s new home for his restaurant, which he
originally started in Falmouth in 2005. After
successful years on Falmouth’s Main Street, and
winning New England Cable News TV Diners Gold
Plate Award, Chef Jay is now enjoying the ambiance and the history of the Roland Thacher Crocker
House on Route 28 in Cotuit. Using only the
freshest ingredients, Villaggio offers diners Chef
Jay’s Italian specialties.
Villagio at the Regatta
4631 Falmouth Road (Rt 28)
Cotuit MA 02635
508-548-5000
villaggiocapecod.com
WICKED: Executive Chef Eric Pezzulo
Wicked Restaurant and Wine Bar is locally owned
and operated by Robert and Sheri Catania.
Everything is made from scratch daily under the
direction of Executive Chef Eric Pezzulo, a graduate
of New England Culinary Institute of Vermont.
Wicked uses only hormone and anti-biotic free
meats along with organic ingredients as available.
Specializing in their famous Wicked Fire Kissed
Pizzas and innovative chefs dinner specials daily.
Featuring over 20 wines by the glass and local
micro brews.
Wicked Fire Kissed Pizza
35G South Street
South Cape Village
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-7422
wickedrestaurant.com
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Local Chefs… Local Flavor…
international Appeal
The Lanes Bowl
& Bistro
9 Greene Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee MA 02649
774-228-2291
The Lanes Bowl & Bistro
The Lanes Bowl & Bistro is an innovative, multitiered venue that combines upscale casual dining,
boutique bowling, entertainment and events under
one roof. Choose the Bistro for lunch, dinner and
entertainment. The bistro bar features creative
cocktails, locally brewed beers on tap, an extensive
wine list and multiple flat screen TVs. Enjoy
lane-side wait service while you bowl in our
state-of-the-art ten pin Bowling Alley or head
“Outside The Lanes” to our beautiful outdoor café
offering the full bistro menu, bar seating under the
awning and a bocce court.
Bobby Byrne’s
Restaurant & Pub
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-0600
lanesbowlandbistro.com
Dino’s Pizza/
Dino’s Sports Bar
401 Nathan Ellis Hwy.
(Route 151)
508-477-6701
99 Restaurant & Pub
8 Ryan‘s Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-9000
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bobbybyrnes.com
Marketplace Raw Bar
Marketplace Raw bar is the home of Cape Cod’s
famous lobster roll known for its size, great taste
and generous portions. The seasonal raw bar is
tucked inside the Popponesset Market place in
New Seabury and is busy from the minute it opens
its doors in the spring until it closes with their
annual Halloween party. “It’s a place where friends
meet and where visitors become friends.”
Dino’s Pizza /Dino’s Sports Bar
Dino’s Pizza and Sports Bar has been a Mashpee
staple for over 25 years, serving award winning
pizza and wings while offering seasonal specials.
Come cheer on your favorite sports team on one of
our 27 high definition screens which can display up
to 15 different programs at any time. Don’t forget
to stop by our new patio bar, Dino’s on Deck. Come
see how Dino’s has become the Cape’s premier
spot for great food, live music, and lets not forget
SPORTS!!
Bobby Byrne’s Restaurant & Pub
Cape Cod’s Eating, Drinking & Talking Establishments
since 1973. Visit one or all of our three great
locations —Mashpee Commons, Sandwich or
Hyannis— all featuring a varied selection of
domestic and imported beers, both bottled and on
tap, and wine selections from all over the world.
Experience our beautiful outdoor Café at Mashpee
Commons, try your luck at Keno in our Hyannis &
Sandwich locations and enjoy the big game on
multiple flat screen TVs at all three. Whether it’s
soup or a salad, a snack or sandwich, seafood or
steak tips, a burger or a full meal, you’ll always
find what you need at this “great good place.”
Marketplace Raw Bar
Popponesset Marketplace
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-539-4858
therawbar.com
dinossportsbar.net
NINETY NINE Restaurant & Pub
Four simple words comprise the Ninety Nine
Restaurant & Pub’s mission statement: “A Passion
to Serve.” But a mission statement is worthless if it’s
not supported by action – and this one definitely is!
Everyone at the Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub from
the president, Charlie Noyes, to the hourly team
members lives by this statement.
99restaurants.com
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Cooke’s Seafood
Cooke’s Seafood has been serving award-winning
seafood for more than 35 years!
Cooke’s Seafood
7 Ryan’s Way, Mashpee
508-477-9595
Serving “award-winning”
broiled and fried seafood
since 1977.
Located in Hyannis and Mashpee, the friendly
atmosphere and fast attentive service has a loyal
following of appreciative customers that anxiously
await every Spring opening.
The secret of their success is simple. Serve only the
freshest, hiqhest quality seafood. No compromise.
Long term relationships with local seafood purveyors ensure consistency.
cookesseafood.com
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international Appeal
Bagel Haven
681 Falmouth Road
D-13
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-4499
Panera Bread
A hometown coffee
shop where locals
gather and visitors love
to treat themselves.
8 Steeple Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-4073
panerabread.com
bagelhavencapecod.com
Dunkin’ Donuts
40 South Street
South Cape Village
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-958-7384
Jump-start your day
of shopping at South
Cape Village by
stopping by for
coffee or a quick
meal on the go.
Polar Cave
Laura’s Home
Cookin’
440 Nathan Ellis Hwy.
Mashpee, MA 02649
781-760-6088
laurashomecookin.
comcastbiz.net
The PIZZA GUYZ
439 Rt. 151
Brickyard Marketplace
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-4077
CapesBestPizza.com
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We pride ourselves on in
serving generous portions
of our super premium
award winning ice cream
(what many think – ”Cape
Cod’s Best Ice Cream”) at
a fair price.
22 Falmouth Road
Route 28
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-5553
dunkindonuts.com
Laura’s
Home
Cookin’
Panera Bread features
high quality, reasonably
priced food in a warm,
inviting, and comfortable
environment.
polarcave.com
Homemade from scratch.
Rueben sandwiches,
pulled pork, homemade
hash, baked goods,
catering, homemade
roasted turkey and soups.
Open for breakfast and
lunch from 7am-2 pm.
Some of the finest Pizza,
Subs, Wings, Salads
and Pasta dishes on all
of Cape Cod. For your
convenience, you can
now order online at
CapesBestPizza.com.
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Sweet
Waves
Self-Serve Frozen Yogurt & More
Sweet Waves
Sweet Waves is your
local access to the
premier frozen yogurt
experience on
Cape Cod.
10 Steeple Street
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-1400
sweetwaves.com
ZOE’S PIZZA
38 Bates Road
Mashpee Commons-North
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-1711
Pizza, pasta, subs,
salads, & wings!
Local fun with family
friendly atmosphere!
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M ashpee calendar
SPRING
May 23-24
Popponesset Marketplace Concert
Sat 7-9:30pm; Sun 6:30-9pm.
May 23-25
Memorial Day Weekend Sidewalk Sale
at Mashpee Commons
May 30
Tennis Festival at Mashpee High School
1-3pm at Mashpee High School Tennis Courts.
All ages and levels welcome! Visit MashpeeRec.
com for more details.
May 31-June 29
Paper Nests: Huguette May Drawings
and Photographs
mashpeecommons.com
Artist Reception: June 28, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Highfield Hall & Gardens. highfieldhall.org
May 23-June 22
Gallery Exhibits
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
June 3
Wampanoag Craft Hour
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
Bryan MacFarlane: Recent Drawings and
Paintings and Brook Mullins Doherty “Release”
Opening Reception May 23, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
May 26
Mashpee Chamber of Commerce
Annual Golf Tournament at Willowbend
Mashpee Chamber of Commerce is proud
to present the 2015 Annual Golf Tournament
fund raiser at the beautiful and exclusive
Willowbend Country Club, 100 Willowbend
Dr, Mashpee. Cost per player is $160,
foursomes recommended, purchase in
advance. Registration begins at 11am,
shot gun start at noon. Event includes a box
lunch, barbeque dinner, and fabulous prizes.
Sponsored by Thomas J. O’Neill and
Oceanside Restoration. Visit mashpeechamber.
com for more information.
June 20-21
Arts and Craft Festival
at the Car Show in Hyannis
June 11-14
“What the World Needs Now”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
June 21
Heroes Triathlon
With Aquinnah Wampanoag Elizabeth Perry.
7pm. Tickets $12. Light refreshments provided.
414 Route 130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339
for more details.
may & june
May
June 10
Native Whale Talk
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
Build a mini-fish net. 2 to 3pm, $5 fee. 414
Route 130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339 for
more details.
June 6
Youth Fishing Derby
at John’s Pond in Mashpee.
9-11am, for kids 5 through 14 years old. Visit
MashpeeRec.com for more details.
June 6
Wampanoag Boat Burning
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
1pm-3pm See how a muhsh8n is made. Free
with museum entrance. 414 Route 130,
Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339 for more details.
A musical tribute to Burt Bacharach.
Featuring: Emily Wade Adams, Cerise Bynoe,
Ruth Condon, Sarah Swain, Anthony Teixeira,
and Tom Tracy.
June 11-28
“Beauty Queen Leenana”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
A black comedy, melodrama, horror, and bleak
tragedy by Irish playwright Martin McDonough.
Black Box Theater.
June 13
“LIFE ANIMATED” The Disney Inspired
Art of Owen Suskind
2-4pm at RICE Gallery in Mashpee Commons.
Visit ricegallery.com for more details.
June 13, 20, 27 & 28
Popponesset Marketplace Concert
Sat 7-9:30pm; Sun 6:30-9pm.
June 17
Wampanoag Craft Hour
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
Make clay beads 2-3pm. $5 fee. 414 Route
130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339 for more
details.
June 19-20
“Love is Blind”- a Tribute to Amy
Whinehouse at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Powerful pop and blues performed by
Emily Wade.
June 20
SuperSwim at John’s Pond Town Beach
9am start. ½ mile, 1 mile and 3.1 mile open
water swim event held at John’s Pond.
Registration online at MashpeeRec.com
June 20
Strawberry Thanksgiving
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
From 11am to 4pm, celebrate the first fruit of
the season. Craft activities, traditional cooking
demonstration, singing and dancing. Free with
museum entrance. 414 Route 130, Mashpee.
Call 508-477-9339 for more details.
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs. At the
Village Green, 367 Main Street Hyannis.
Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.
Free admission. castleberryfairs.com
8:30am at John’s Pond Town Beach. Visit
herocapcod.com for registration and details.
June 24
Native Poetry Reading
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
with Robert Peters and others. 7-9pm. $12.00.
414 Route 130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339
for more details.
June 26-27
“Songs of the Greatest Generation”
by Larry Marsland at Cotuit Center
for the Arts
tunes of the great depression that carried a
weary world through WWII, these are the songs
that tug at your heart strings.
June 26-September 7
Cut Paper: Selections from the Guild
of American Papercutters
Artist Reception: Sunday, June 28,
1:00 pm-3:00 pm Highfield Hall & Gardens.
highfieldhall.org
June 27
June Block Party at Mashpee Commons
mashpeecommons.com
June 28
Highfield Hall & Gardens Summer’s Upon
Us! Open House
Stop by Highfield for the opening of the Fairy
Houses of Highfield Hall, an estate tour, Cut
Paper, Hugette May and Brian Randa Glass
Sculpture artist receptions, activities for
children and families and ice cream from
Eulinda’s Ice Cream. 11:30am-3:30pm.
highfieldhall.org
June 28-August 31
The Fairy Houses of Highfield Hall
& Gardens
Artist Reception: June 18, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
30 regional artists create magical fairy houses
on the grounds of Highfield Hall & Gardens.
$5 per family includes a fairy house map.
highfieldhall.org
May 26: Mashpee Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Tournament at Willowbend
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July 18
New Works Group Exhibit Reception
SUMMER
4-6pm at Rice Gallery. Visit ricegallery.com
for more details.
July 18
Wampanoag Craft Hour at Mashpee
JULY & AUGUST
July
July 1
Community Picnic and Fireworks
5pm at Mashpee High School (rain date,
July 2nd). Lots of fun for the whole family,
fireworks at sundown. Visit MashpeeRec.com
for all the details!
July 11-12
Sandwich Summer Arts and Craft Festival
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs. At the
Henry T. Wing School, 33 Water Street, Route
130. Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 10am4pm. Free admission. castleberryfairs.com
July 12
Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival Kick-off:
July 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19,
23, 24, 25, 26, 30 & 31
Popponesset Marketplace Concert
Hydrangeas at Highfield Hall and Gardens
includes displays, arrangements,
demonstrations, talks, and more. $5 includes
Highfield garden tote. Highfieldhall.com
July 3-5
Mashpee Wampanoag 94th Powwow
July 13-19
Rainforest week at the Cape Cod
Children’s Museum
Thur & Sun 6:30-9pm; Fri & Sat 7-9:30pm
at Barnstable County Fair Grounds. Visit
mashpeewampanoagtribe.com/powwow/ for
more information.
July 4-5
Bass River Arts and
Craft Festival in Yarmouth
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs. At the
John Simpkins Field, 1153 Route 28. Saturday
10am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. Free
admission. castleberryfairs.com
July 7-August 11th
TD Bank and Arts Foundation of Cape
Cod Summer Concert Series
Mashpee Community Park Tuesday Evenings
6-7:30pm, free admission.
July 11
Second Annual Car Show
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
July 11
First Annual Mashpee Chamber Clam
Bake, Sponsored by Eastern Bank
Grab your bib! We’re having a traditional clam
bake with Quahog Republic chowder, Cape
Cod Beer, sounds by Strike Zone Sounds
and DJ Devon, El Colibri Margaritas, lawn
games, and lots of great seafood. The party
will take place on the Green outside the
Mashpee Public Library in Mashpee Commons
under the big tent. Tickets are $60 each and
must be purchased in advance by visiting
mashpeechamber.com/clam-bake
Call 508-477-0792.
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At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
July 14
Liz Saunders-“Liz Live:
A cabaret of Music and Humor”
Featuring Liz Saunders and Pianist/Vocalist
Roger Carr, Bassist Peter Hallemeier, and
Percussionist Michael Gross.
July 15
Family Night at Highfield Hall & Gardens:
Wayne Potash. Admission by free will
donation. 5:00pm-7:00pm. highfieldhall.org
July 15
Basket Making with Victoria Oakes at
Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
Take home a small wood basket. 6-8pm.
$10.00. 414 Route 130, Mashpee.
Call 508-477-9339 for more details.
July 16-August 2
“Art” at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Written by Yasmina Reza-an award winning
French comedy about Art and Friendship.
Black Box Theater.
July 18
Rhiannon McCuish 5K Woodland Run
10am at Heritage Park in Mashpee. 3.1 mile loop
beginning and ending at Heritage Park. Register
online at MashpeeRec.com or day of the race,
8:30-9:30am at Heritage Park. Lunch for runners
and families after race. Proceeds go to supporting
town youth programs.
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Wampanoag Museum
Make a necklace with a scallop shell pendant.
2-3pm. $5.00 fee. 414 Route 130, Mashpee.
Call 508-477-9339 for more details.
July 18-19
Hyannis Summer Arts and Craft Festival
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs. At the
Village Green, 367 Main Street Hyannis.
Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.
Free admission. castleberryfairs.com
July 20
“Meetinghouse Chamber Orchestra”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Presenting a concert including the Brahms Piano
Quartet in A Major, along with music by Mozart,
Haydn, Ernest Chausson and Josquin Turina.
July 20-24
Wonderful World of Science Week
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
July 21
“Hot Flash Laughs”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Comedienne Nancy Witter-Live from New York,
it’s stand up for ladies night!
July 22
Family Night at Highfield Hall & Gardens:
Toe Jam Puppet Band
Admission by free will donation.
5:00pm-7:00pm. highfieldhall.org
July 25
July Block Party at Mashpee Commons
mashpeecommons.com
July 27-31
Enchanted Medieval
Week-Celebrating Literacy
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
July 29
Wampanoag Craft Hour
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
Paint on Deerskin to make a bracelet.
2-3pm. $5.00 fee. 414 Route 130, Mashpee.
Call 508-477-9339 for more details.
July 29
Isabeau Miller
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Join Singer/Songwriter for a night of music as
she brings Nashville to Cape Cod.
July 29
Family Night at Highfield Hall & Gardens:
Yo Yo People
Admission by free will donation.
5:00pm-7:00pm. highfieldhall.org
August 1
Wampanoag Craft Hour at Mashpee
Wampanoag Museum
Make a shaker from quahog shell. $5.00 fee.
414 Route 130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339
for more details.
August 1-2
Mashpee Summer Arts and Craft Festival
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs.
At the Village Mashpee Public Library
Commons, 64 Steeple Street. Saturday 10am5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm. Free admission.
castleberryfairs.com
August 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20,
21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29 & 30
Popponesset Marketplace Concert
Thur & Sun 6:30-9pm; Fri & Sat 7-9:30pm
August 1-29
“The Fat Ass Cancer Bitch Turns 49” at
Cotuit Center for the Arts
Christine Rathbun Ernst continues her
autobiographical reflections, blending
storytelling, spoken word, poetry, and
commentary on daily life that we can all relate
to. Black Box Theater.
August 3-7
Cape Cod Land and Sea Week
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
August 4
“Meet Me at the Movies”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Piano recital by virtuoso Stephanie Weaver
August 5
Pottery Hour
at Mashpee Wampanoag Museum
Create a small clay pot with Mashpee
Wampanoag Kerri Helme 1-2pm. $5.00 fee.
414 Route 130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339
for more details.
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August 7
8th Annual La Tavola Italian
Feast Under the Stars
autumn
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce invites
you to La Tavola-the next best thing to being in
Italy! From 5:30 to 8:30pm, enjoy festive Italian
food, wine, songs and more in Mashpee
Commons. Italian tenor Aaron Caruso returns
again this year to mesmerize us with the beauty
and power of his voice in Italian songs that are
both fun and breathtaking. Tickets are $60 and
should be purchased in advance by visiting
mashpeechamber.com/la-tavola
August 7
“Entertainment Tonight”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Annual Fundraiser. Great food, great
entertainment, with auctions and more.
August 8
Cape Cod Children’s Museum
25th Birthday Party
september – November
september
September 4, 5 & 6
Popponesset Marketplace Concert
Fri & Sat 7-9:30pm; Sun 6:30-9pm
September 5-6
Labor Day Arts and Craft Festival
August 17-21
Down on the Farm Week
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
August 19
First Harvest at Mashpee
Wampanoag Museum
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
Cooking from the garden, sample a taste of
Succatush with Carol Wynne. 6-7pm. $5.00 fee.
414 Route 130, Mashpee. Call 508-477-9339
for more details.
August 9
Highfield Hall & Gardens 5th Annual
Highfield Bluegrass on the Lawn
August 21-22
“The Wish” at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Headline band Chasing Blue and Boston-based
band Flatt Rabbit offer foot stomping fun for
the whole family on the lawns of Highfield Hall.
Grab a blanket, bring a picnic or enjoy food
vendors and join the fun! Sponsored by The
Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod. Admission by
free will donation. 3pm-7pm. highfieldhall.org
August 10-14
Cape Cod Land and Sea Week II
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
August 11, 12, 13
“Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
An established year-round presenter of
chamber music and a major contributor to the
cultural life of Cape Cod since its inception in
1979. Hailed by the New York Teams as “A
Triumph of Quality”.
August 16
“The First Annual Brazilian Cultural
Festival” at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Come celebrate the Music, Dance, and Food
of Brazil at this lively concert.
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The Art of Judy Garland-Lisa Jason celebrates
the music of Judy Garland.
August 22
August Block Party at Mashpee Commons
mashpeechamber.com
August 22-23
Hyannis Late Summer Arts
and Craft Festival
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs. At the
Village Green, 367 Main Street Hyannis.
Saturday 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.
Free admission. castleberryfairs.com
August 24
“Bart Weisman Klezmer Swing Group”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
This concert will feature guest vocalist Tedi
Marsh. Tedi, Bart and the trio return with their
unique Klezmer sound.
August 24-28
Story Book Week-Celebrating Literacy
At Cape Cod Children’s Museum. Visit
capecodchildrensmuseum.org for all the details.
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Brought to you by Castleberry Fairs. At the
John Simpkins Field, 1153 Route 28, Yarmouth.
Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 10am-4pm.
Free admission. castleberryfairs.com
September 10-27
“Nocturne” at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Adam Rapp’s highly acclaimed play
“Nocturne” in which a 32-year-old former
piano prodigy recounts the tragic events that
tore his family apart. Black Box Theater.
September 10-October 31
Common Threads
Artist Reception: September 20, 1:00-2:30
Featuring the art work by Old Schoolhouse
Artists Melanie Chartier, John Cira, Caitlin
Greer, Jackie Reeves, Mellissa Morris, Mary
Moquin, Richard Neal and James Wolf.
Highfield Hall & Gardens. highfieldhall.org
September 12
“Spampinato Brothers”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
September 18, 19 & 20
46th Annual Scallop Fest
Cape Cod Fairgrounds, 1220 Nathan Ellis
Highway (Route 151), East Falmouth. A familyoriented event. Enjoy scallops with wine or
beer; food court, musical entertainment, arts &
crafts, home show, and inflatable park rides.
Call 508-769-6000 x 10 or visit scallopfest.org
for more details.
September 19
“Donna Byrne in Concert” at Cotuit
Center for the Arts
Donna’s performances are always an example
of a true seasoned professional. She is a
perfect mix of talent and grace.
September 20
Highfield Hall & Gardens Fall Open House
Stop by Highfield for an estate walk, Common
Threads and War and Peace Project artist
reception, activities for children and families,
music and a poetry reading with Alice
Kociemba and selected Common Threads
poets. 1:00pm-3:00pm. highfieldhall.org
September 29-October 5
“Pirates of Penzance”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
This is a frothy, fanciful Gilbert & Sullivan
musical sure to entertain the whole family.
Two Members of the legendary band NRBQ,
Joey and Johnny Spampinato, now branch out,
joined by Aaron Spade (guitar) and J.
Cournoyer (drums), to form The Sampinato
Brothers. These guys rock… enough said.
September 13
19th Annual “Cliff Walk” for A.L.S.
Details online at alsfamily.org
September 13
11th Annual Tea “Un-birthday Birthday
Party” at the Coonamessett Inn
Visit capecodchildrensmuseum.org
for all the details.
October 3
2nd Annual Dunkin
Donuts
Shipyard Pumpkinhead Road Race
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce is
proud to present our 2nd annual Kids’ Fit Run,
5K run/walk and 10K road race through scenic
Mashpee. Get started right with Dunkin Donuts
coffee and donuts before the race. Race is
followed by an awards ceremony and Pub
Crawl through Mashpee with Shipyard
Pumpkinhead beer. Pre-register by August
31st for a discounted price and guaranteed
event T-Shirt. Visit mashpeechamber.com/
pumpkinhead-10k-road-race. 2014 Men’s
10K Winner: Jeff Nickerson. 2014 Woman’s
10K Winner: Nicole Spencer of Mashpee.
www.mashpeechamber.com
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October 3
Mashpee Oktoberfest
Visit MashpeeRec.com for details.
October 10
Autumn Open House and Demo Day
1-5pm at Rice Gallery. Visit ricegallery.com
for more details.
October 10, 11 & 12
Columbus Day Weekend Sidewalk
Sale in Mashpee Commons
mashpeecommons.com
October 10-November 23
Gallery Exhibit at Cotuit Center for the Arts
Art Synergies-“Exposure: Beneath the Layers”/
The Journal Project “Keys: Connecting” opening reception October 10, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
October 24
Halloween Parade for Kids & Dogs
at Mashpee Commons
November 5-22
“Butterball” at Cotuit Center for the Arts
This is a new and inappropriate comedy by
Bronwen Prosser. Holidays can be slippery… This
year Turkey Day gets extra dysfunctional and
family a little more than absurd. Black Box Theater
November 8
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce’s
6th Annual Girls’ and Dolls’ Day
On Sunday, November 8th, the Mashpee
Chamber of Commerce welcomes young girls,
boys, dolls and favorite toys to join in a day of fun
in Mashpee! From 10:30am to 3pm treat the
young ladies and lads in your life to a day of
bowling, shopping, beauty, sweet treats, arts,
crafts and more. Tickets are $15 per child, $10 per
adult. Visit mashpeechamber.com for a full list of
participating businesses, raffle prizes, and how to
purchase tickets.
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December 1-12
Mashpee Chamber of Commerce’s Twelve
Days of Christmas Live Online Auction
Visit mashpeechamber.com between
December 1st and 12th to place your bid on
amazing gifts, donated by local businesses. To
donate an auction item, contact the Mashpee
Chamber of Commerce at 508-477-0792 or
email [email protected]
December 12
10th Annual Mashpee Chamber
Christmas Parade
The Mashpee Chamber Christmas parade is
growing, and has become part of local holiday
traditions over the past decade. A unique
night-time parade, every float is brilliantly
illuminated in the spirit of the season. The
parade kicks-off at 5:30pm from the Mashpee
Commons and weaves through Mashpee’s
shopping district. Before and during the parade,
there are free festivities for the entire family
including hot chocolate and free kid-friendly
musical performances. More information
and float applications can be found on
MashpeeChamberChristmasParade.com or by
calling the Mashpee Chamber at 508-477-0792.
1-4pm in Mashpee Commons.
mashpeecommons.com
October 24
Highfield Hall & Gardens Halloween Party
Great fun for adults! Wear your best costume
or come in street clothes, dance to 4 Guys in
Tuxes, enjoy belly dancers, tarot card, seasonal
decorations and more. $65. 7:30pm-11:00 pm.
highfieldahll.org
December 12
Gingerbread Houses
at Cape Cod Children’s Museum
Visit capecodchildrensmuseum.org
for all the details.
December 12
Highfield Hall Holiday Ball
The not-to-be-missed annual gala
benefitting educational programs
at Highfield Hall. Holiday Caroling,
dancing to Stage Door Canteen, silent
auction, fabulous hors d’oeuvres and
drinks. $145/ $125 members. 7pm-11pm.
Highfieldhall.org
December 31
Noon Year’s Eve Party
at Cape Cod Children’s Museum
Visit capecodchildrensmuseum.org
for all the details.
October 25
Oktoberfest Train on the Cape Cod Canal
4-7pm, Sunday, October 25th. Come take a
scenic excursion along the beautiful Cape Cod
Canal. Tickets are $25 for coat seats, as long as
the coach train is available and $40 for first
class, which is a table of 4 sold in increments of
2 or 4. More information will be available at
SandwichChamber.com
October 25
3rd Annual Highfield Hall & Gardens
Halloween Spooktacular
Children wear their Halloween costumes for
friendly, spooky fun. Games, crafts, costume
parade and seasonal decorations. $5 per family
donation. 1 pm-2:30 pm. highfieldhall.org
October 30
“15th Annual Art and Souls Ball”
at Cotuit Center for the Arts
There will be music, dancing, and “bone-chilling”
refreshments. Costumes are encouraged and
prizes will be awarded.
November 17-December 27
“A Charlie Brown Christmas” & “Frosty the
Snowman” at Cotuit Center for the Arts
A holiday double-header for the whole family.
November 27 to December 6
Holidays at Highfield Hall
Holiday spirit abounds at the mansion elaborately
decorated by local designers. The event features
an extensive gift shop, huge model train display,
Santa, Any Solider project and tea shoppe.
Special exhibits include Bill Hendel’s international
creche collection, a miniature Dicken’s Village,
Salley Mavor’s Pocketful of Posies tree and
antique toy collection.
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Dino’s Pizza and Sports Bar is celebrating its
25th anniversary this year. Dino’s has been a member
of the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce (formerly the
Mashpee Business Association) since opening in 1990.
great food and
outstanding
selection
Everyone in the area knows the Pizza and Sports Bar by
its namesake, Dino. You don’t have to be from Mashpee
to know him, either, because you’ve heard him on the
radio inviting you to come watch the game at his Sports
Bar on Route 151 in Mashpee for years.
Constantinos “Dino” Mitrokostas is a first generation
American with Greek parents, and has been a Cape
Codder since 1970. He graduated from DennisYarmouth High in 1978 and is a graduate of Bentley
University Class of 1982 with a Bachelor’s of Science
Degree in International Business/International Finance.
After graduating from Bentley, Dino returned to work
side-by-side with his family in the restaurant business.
In 1987, Dino opened and operated two pizza-themed
restaurants: New England Pizza in Chatham and
Pizza 1 & Subs 2 in Marston Mills. In 1989, he sold
the restaurants and went on to design, develop, and
construct John’s Pond Center in Mashpee. Dino opened
Dino’s Pizza in 1990, and has been a landmark in the
community for 25 years. Dino’s Sports Bar is the top
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Dino currently lives in Mashpee, the father of
three children. He actively participates in the Greek Festival and is a member
of St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Centerville. Over the years, Dino has
contributed to the community. He is a supporter of all Mashpee School based clubs,
organizations, and teams as well as a support of all Mashpee Town events. Dino
has been a supporter of every major event held by the Chamber of Commerce. He
has been the longest continuous supporter of the Mashpee Wampanoag Ball and
a supporter of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal events. In 1997, Dino founded the
Dino’s Children’s Charity fund, whose primary goal is to provide Christmas presents for
the needy and underprivileged children and families in the Mashpee/Falmouth area.
Dino has been the recipient of the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of
the Year and Mashpee’s Humanitarian Award. Over the years, Dino has received
many accolades including awards for the Best Prize, Best Wings, and best
Sports Bar to name just a few.
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When we think of fashion we might first think
Milan or Paris. Mashpee is far from the first place
that pops into our minds. When we think of
manufacturing, a slew of developing nations are
the first to roll off our tongues. Take a look at the
tag on your shirt. Where was it made? Malaysia,
China, Pakistan?
Kathryn Hilderbrand, founder of Good Clothing
Company, is bringing manufacturing back home, to Mashpee. Bringing
manufacturing home has really good side effects. Ask Kathryn and she’ll tell you
first and foremost, Good Clothing Company is bringing jobs back to the United
States, and paying liveable wages. Now employing eight seamstresses and
counting, Good Clothing Company is already contributing to the local job market,
with plans to expand.
The overall impact
Good Clothing
Company has is
preservation of
resources. Good
Clothing Company is a
wonderful example of
how small business can
make a big difference.
Mashpee is proud to call itself the home of Good Clothing Company.
PHOTO: Kathryn Hilderbrand
PHOTO: Kathryn Hilderbrand
There’s a lot more good, too. Bakers have long valued the “small batch” method.
This quality over quantity approach to creative work applies to manufacturing at
Good Clothing Company just as strong as any other industry. Typically, a designer
has to commit to 500 or more pieces of a single garment just to see it come to
life. That’s 500 pieces of clothing made and stored that need to be sold. At Good
Clothing Company, one piece can be created with designer and manufacturer
working close together on the project. No warehouse needed. No wasted energy
or materials on the other 499 shirts the designer had to pay to create.
The small batch approach also means
that new and young designers, who
typically could not afford to have their
designs manufactured in the United
States, can now work with experienced
seamstresses and manufacturers at
Good Clothing Company to launch
their designs, lines, and careers. This is
huge news in the fashion world, putting
Mashpee on the fashion map.
clients, allowing
Kathryn and Good
Clothing Company
to make a global
impact; emphasizing the
importance of choosing
recycled materials to all
of their clients around
the world. They also
take the necessary time,
at Good Clothing
Company, to limit their
own material waste by
careful pattern cutting
and recycling scraps.
In addition to working with designers,
Good Clothing Company also works
with local businesses. Their clientele
are not all local either, though. A third
of their accounts are with international
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M ashpee B U S I N E S S
Opening in Mashpee:
Memory Care Facility
EPOCH Senior Living has been a
provider of senior housing and care
since 1997. It works in partnership
with National Development, a
respected real estate and investment
firm with senior housing expertise.
Bridges® by EPOCH at Mashpee will
open in the summer of 2015.
Enhancing the quality of life for seniors
and peace of mind for their families has
been a commitment of EPOCH Senior
Living from the start. Our philosophy includes providing seniors a secure,
welcoming home with personalized care and support. This extends across all our
communities and programs, including Bridges by EPOCH, which is a community
for people with memory impairment. Ultimately, our success is driven by the
quality of our team, from maintenance and dining to the care giving staff.
We believe Mashpee is an ideal location for the award-winning Bridges by
EPOCH because we recognize the need for memory care in this region, and
we know Mashpee, with its rich history and sense of community, will be the
perfect backdrop for our residents. The combination of natural beauty and area
attractions, from the library to the museums and beaches, will provide enjoyment
for our residents and their families.
Bridges by EPOCH at Mashpee is a secure and state-of-the-art community
purposefully designed with soothing lighting, decor and colors, tall ceilings, wide
spaces and plenty of windows for natural light, as well as beautiful, enclosed
sensory gardens for our residents to enjoy outside. The community, which is a
one-story structure, will feature 54 apartments nestled within three “households”
and designed in traditional Cape Cod style. We’re also proud to preserve more
than 19 acres of wooded areas surrounding the community.
The Town of Mashpee and local businesses have been very welcoming through
the entire development process. We are grateful for the support, and we look
forward to continuing to build relationships with the businesses and residents
of Mashpee through jobs, partnerships, and community involvement. We
also thank the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce for its support of our efforts.
We are excited to bring Bridges by EPOCH’s exceptional dementia care to a
town that offers so much to so many people. We know that our residents and
their families will have everything they need for a culturally stimulating
lifestyle right here in Mashpee.
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M ashpee B U S I N E S S
A NATIONAL MODEL FOR
LIFESTYLE LIVING
By Ron Bonvie
As we near the sell-out of Southport, I am proud of
the strong relationship I have enjoyed working with
the Town of Mashpee and the Mashpee Chamber of
Commerce over the last 16 years. While the financial
benefits to the Town are evident by contributing to the tax base with 750 new
homes without adding one more child to the school system because it is a 55 and
over community, an equally important contribution to the Town is the many ways
Southport homeowners volunteer at the Senior Center, on fund-raising drives and
through the annual scholarships given to deserving seniors by fund-raisers held
at Southport by the homeowners. It is a “win-win” for the Southport homeowners
and the Town.
designer model homes and clubhouse are open
daily from 9 am to 5 pm. The new homes are
priced from the high $300s to the mid $500s. For
more information, please call 800-840-7775 or visit
the Southport website at www.southportcc.com.
Ron Bonvie of Bonvie Homes is the national
award-winning developer and builder of Southport
on Cape Cod. A long-time resident of Mashpee,
Ron has built over 2,000 homes in Massachusetts
during the last 43 years. For more information,
visit his website, www.bonvieliving.com
Ron Bonvie
The “milestone” Southport has attained is becoming a national model for other
developers and towns around the United States. Through my appointments on
several committees with the National Association of Home Builders, I learn first
hand what other communities are doing around America to provide lifestyle
communities for adults who are nearing retirement or are already retired.
In my opinion, the lifestyle at Southport is second to none, in terms of the array
of on-site amenities the community offers, from tennis and the nine-hole golf
course (with no membership or greens fees) to the 32,000 square foot clubhouse
with indoor and outdoor heated pools, fitness center and ballroom and 24hour security at the main entrance. Equally important is the camaraderie and
socialization that the homeowners create and foster which is hard to imagine but
easy to see once you visit the community.
In recent years, we have attracted the interest of New England media legends,
Dan Rea of WBZ Radio and Susan Wornick, formerly a news anchor at WCVBTV and a resident of Mashpee. Dan and Susan have embraced the vision I have
had for Southport from day one and now they speak passionately about the
community, having met many of the homeowners and having seen our model
homes and amenities firsthand.
Completing Southport is somewhat bittersweet because I have enjoyed working
with the Town officials and helping to support many local trades and suppliers
over the years. Knowing that I have built a community and created a lifestyle that
homeowners can enjoy for years to come certainly provides a sense of satisfaction
that inspires me to create other such communities in the coming years.
I have saved some of the very best locations in the community until this last phase
and I invite people 55 and over to visit us at any time. Our national award-winning
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Dan: “You know, Susan, you were passionate about your work, I’m
passionate about my work, and I recognized in Ron Bonvie that
same passion.”
– Dan Rea, host of “NightSide with Dan Rea,” WBZ News Radio 1030 AM
Susan: “I think Southport is one of the best kept secrets on the
Cape…The homes are spectacular. I had high expectation but even
I was blown away…”
– Susan Wornick, retired news anchor and consumer advocate, WCVB-TV
M ashpee B U S I N E S S
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Car Insurance
Car Insurance Lower NOW than in the 1980s
April 1, 2008, was a revolutionary day for the
Massachusetts car insurance industry. Previously,
there was no competitive car insurance in the Bay State.
What does this mean? Pricing was heavily regulated
by the Massachusetts Division of Insurance; the cost
of insurance was the same no matter who you bought
from. The cost would vary based on where you lived and
the amount of coverage you purchased. More coverage
would equal more cost, but depending where you lived,
you could get a break. Each town in Massachusetts has
a rating; Cape Cod towns have relatively low ratings
compared to drivers in more heavily trafficked areas, like Boston, where there are
more accidents and car thefts. If you live on Cape Cod, your insurance will be less
than if you live in Boston, with coverages staying the same.
The first five years (2008–2013) was a slow “deregulation.” No major price
differences; rates were submitted to the Division of Insurance for approval and
they couldn’t vary much from company to company. In 2013, insurance companies
made more changes to their pricing structure, lowering the overall cost and offering
more credits and discounts. More direct writer insurance companies like GEICO,
Progressive and AllState came to Massachusetts because of deregulation. The state
has more than 30 car insurance companies doing business here, with a mix of local
insurance agents, banks and direct writers selling insurance.
Helping clients reduce risk,
protect assets, & plan for the future.
Bringing competitive car insurance to Massachusetts was good for local insurance
agents as they were able to work with more insurance companies, offering clients a
greater variety of options. Many companies began offering a credit if you had your
car insurance with the same company or agency as your homeowner insurance.
Don’t own a home? No problem. Package your car insurance with a renter policy to
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• Car insurance rates were the same with every insurance company before 4/1/2008
• Home & property rates increased on Cape Cod and other coastal communities;
car insurance rates are less today than 30 years ago
• Massachusetts’ claim to fame was the most expensive car insurance in the country.
Now, it’s less than many other states
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P r i m a r y & wal k - in m edic al c arE
Mashpee Community Park Concert Series
2015 Special Events
Memorial Day Ceremony
Monday May 25th
Youth Fishing Derby
Saturday June 6th
27th Annual Super Swim
Saturday June 20th
Heroes Triathlon
Sunday , June 21st
Community Picnic and Fireworks
Wednesday July 1
Rhiannon McCuish Woodland Run
Sat. July 18th
Oktoberfest
Sat. October 3rd
Join us every Tuesday evening at the community park
across from Mashpee Town Hall free music and entertainment. July 7-Aug 25
2015 Summer Programs
Archery Tag
Swimming
Field Hockey
Kayak/SUP Boarding
Sailing
Golf Programs
Clamming
Tennis
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Celebrating
Years of
Patient Care
Science Programs
Dunkin Donuts Shipyard Pumpkinhead
10k Road Race
Sat. October 3rd
Summer Camp Ages 5-13
For more information go to mashpeerec.com or call us at 508-539-1416
Town of Mashpee Recreation Department 16 Great Neck Road, N. Mashpee Ma.
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mashpee health
fighting A.L.S.
in all seasons
DIRECTORY
Ice Buckets in the Summer &
Beach Parties in the Winter
For Visitors, Mashpee is the premier shopping and dining destination on
Cape Cod. With shopping plazas of varying sizes tucked in all around
town, Mashpee boasts a variety of small shops, boutiques, fine dining
establishments, family-fun venues, and pedestrian-friendly spaces for a
pleasant day out.
By Mary Ann (Sciaba) Singersen, President
and Co-Founder, the A.L.S. Family
Charitable Foundation, Inc.
We are still pinching ourselves over the
welcome but unexpected outpouring
of support and funds given to us during
last summer’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. If you participated and named us as your
charity of choice, thank you! Please know that your donation is directly benefitting
patients and their families in our community.
Our organization supports those living with Lou Gehrig’s Disease emotionally and
financially through our in-house patient programs. We routinely assist with mortgage
payments, heating bills, home and vehicle modifications, college scholarships,
respite care and vacations among many other grants.
How do we help so many patients? When it’s not falling from the sky in buckets
of ice, where does the money come from? We plan and execute a number of
fundraisers throughout the year.
This past winter, about a week before the snow really started falling, we had a first
time event that my staff and I had wanted to try for years. A beach party in the winter!
And party we did! Over 150 people dressed up in their best beach attire braved the
elements, headed to Dino’s Sports Bar, and enjoyed live music and dancing with
the Baha Brothers, Cape Cod’s favorite summertime party band! We crowned Dino
Mitrokostas the “Big Kahuna” as he was our major event sponsor and donated the
food, venue and entertainment!
Although we are so grateful that winter is finally over, we are eagerly looking
forward to holding our 2nd Annual “Life’s A Beach” party at Dino’s on Saturday,
January 30, 2016!
We are very grateful for the support and friendship of the small businesses in and
around town that make this event a success. Thank you to our 2015 Winter Beach
Party sponsors: Anchor Self Storage, Ball & Boyd Public Adjusters, Cape Cod
Broadcasting, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank,
Chalker Heating & Fuel, The CosmopoliTan: Tanning
For information on our
& More, Cormier’s Auto Service, Denmarks Cleaning
Foundation and events,
Services, and of course, Dino’s Sports Bar. Special thanks,
visit alsfamily.org or
as well, to Thomas J. O’Neill for his ongoing support.
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Mashpee shares the same natural beauty as the rest of Cape Cod. With salt water
and fresh water beaches, visitors and residents alike will enjoy the unaltered beauty
of Mashpee’s water-fronts. On a rainy day, there are museums, art centers and
galleries, and indoor activities suitable for people of all ages and with all interests.
For residents, Mashpee is growing into the little town of dreams. The High School is
home to new and exciting technologies that stimulate the creativity and learning of
the next generation. The chamber is proud to support those very students in their
continued education. Green initiatives keep Mashpee at the forefront of global
altruism. And groups such as Heroes in Transition, Inc, and L.I.F.E., Inc, work to place
military service members and adults with unique learning challenges to work in and
with their community. These examples just scratch the surface of the benefits of
residing in Mashpee.
For business owners, Mashpee is becoming a clear choice. The growth of the
Mashpee Commons is making way for new businesses and new business types.
South Cape Village is under new management, allowing for new and exciting changes
in the near future. Mashpee is also a great home base for larger businesses, and is
welcoming new industries, like clothing manufacturing, into the already diverse mix of
unique businesses. With the support of the network we are working to establish and
maintain at the Chamber of Commerce, Mashpee will continue to grow as a healthy
business community with a close connection to our municipalities, or residents, and
our new and returning visitors.
Finally, the Mashpee Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Mashpee are working
to provide a greater range of access for individuals with accessibility needs, in order
for easier planning and greater comfort. Inside this year’s guidebook, we have marked
all appropriate businesses with icons to signify accessibility. Not all businesses are
accessible yet, and not all businesses are places where clients visit. Our accuracy and
accessibility will continue to expand and grow as we progress in providing this
information. If there is any question about accessibility, we recommend a phone call
or email to the business in question for details on their accessibly.
Whether you’re stopping by for a day out shopping, looking for the perfect
elementary school, opening a new restaurant, or interested in art and history,
Mashpee is a beautiful Cape town with something for everyone.
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THINGS TO DO
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Members, and the Mashpee Community are committed to making Mashpee
a welcome place for all who live, work, and visit Mashpee. In order to make everyone’s visit more comfortable, we have
identified our Chamber Members who advertise Handicap and Wheelchair Accessibility with [HA]. If you do not see this
symbol, please contact the listed business to find out what facilities are available. Not all Chamber Members have physical
locations; therefore, accessibility is not applicable.
Art, Art Centers
& Galleries
Cape Playhouse/Cape Cod
Center for the Arts [HA]
508-385-3838, fax: 508-385-8162
820 Main Street (Rte. 6A), P.O. Box 2001
Dennis Village, MA 02638
www.capeplayhouse.com
Artfully Yours [HA]
508-648-4302
South Cape Village
6 Joy Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.artfullyyourspaintbar.com
Cotuit Center for the Arts [HA]
508-428-0669, fax: 508-428-0633
4404 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org
HENSON JACKSON ART GALLERY
& FRAMERY [HA]
774-228-2494
29E South Street
South Cape Village
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.hensonjacksonartgallery.com
J Miller Pictureframer
and Gallery [HA]
508-539-3888
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road, Suite A-15
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.jmillerpictureframer.com
Rice Gallery [HA]
508-477-2787, fax: 508-477-5217
Mashpee Commons
36 Bates Road
Mashpee MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.ricegallerycapecod.com
Woodruff’s Art Center [HA]
Gallery, Framing & Art Supplies
508-477-5767, fax: 508-477-5217
Mashpee Commons
1 North Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.woodruffsartcenter.com
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Bike & Kayak Rentals
BUMBLE BEE BIKE RENTALS
Seasonal Bike & Kayak Rentals; Bike Repair
508-477-2030
259 Rock Landing Road
Popponesset Market Place
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.bumblebeebikerentals.com
BIKE PATHS
Route 130 Bike Path, Mashpee
Wheelchair Accessible
Starting at Heritage Park, this 2.4 mile
bikeway leads you by the Wampanoag
Museum and the Mashpee River herring
run. It is well shaded for an easy ride,
ending at Mashpee/Barnstable town
line at stoplights of Rte. 28 & Rte. 130
intersection.
Shining Sea Bike Path, Falmouth
Wheelchair Accessible
Scenic 11.7 mile level path from North
Falmouth to Woods Hole. From Mashpee:
Follow Rte. 151 to the end in North
Falmouth. Go straight across Rte. 28A
at the lights. Free parking is on the right
just beyond the railroad tracks. Parking
is free. Toilet facilities are available at
various points along the bikeway.
Hyannis Whale
Watcher Cruises [HA]
508-362-6088
269 Mill Way, P.O. Box 254
Barnstable, MA 02630
Email: [email protected]
www.whales.net
Country Smiles Doll Shop [HA]
Doll Clothes for the American Girl
Clothes, Furniture and Accessories
508-539-0430
Mashpee Commons
20 Bates Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodcountrysmiles.com
Patriot Party Boats, Inc.
508-548-2626, fax: 508-548-1569
227 Clinton Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
www.patriotpartyboats.com
Dining
Camps
Behn Basketball Camp
508-539-2804
34 Cordwood Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.behncamp.com
Boys & Girls Club
of Cape Cod, Inc. [HA]
508-477-8845
P.O. Box 895
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.boysgirlsclubcapecod.org
Cape Cod Rail Trail
Wheelchair Accessible
Dennis to Wellfleet – formerly the tracks
of the Penn Central Railroad – this 25
mile trail takes you through Harwich,
Brewster and Orleans and connects to
various other trails. Follow the
Mid-Cape Highway heading toward
Provincetown (Rte. 6 East). Take exit 9A.
Trailhead is on the left at Rte. 134 in
South Dennis.
Cape Cod 4H Camp Farley
508-477-0181
615 Route 130
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.campfarley.com
Hy-Line Cruises [HA]
508-778-2600
Ocean Street Docks
Hyannis, MA 02601
www.hy-linecruises.com
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Cape Cod Children’s Museum [HA]
508-539-8788, fax: 508-539-3285
577 Great Neck Road South
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodchildrensmuseum.org
Liberté, The Schooner, Inc. [HA]
508-548-2626, fax: 508-548-1569
c/o Patriot Party Boats
227 Clinton Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
Off-Season: 410-263-8234
222 Severn Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21403
Email: [email protected]
Cape Cod Canal/
Sandwich Marina
Wheelchair Accessible
A 6.5 mile level trail along the Cape Cod
Canal. Follow Rte. 130 to Rte. 6A onto
Tupper Road. Follow signs to Cape Cod
Canal and Sandwich Marina (on right).
Boat Charters,
FISHING & Tours
Cape Cod 4H Camp Farley
508-477-0181
615 Route 130
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.campfarley.com
Children’s Activities
Boys & Girls Club
of Cape Cod, Inc. [HA]
508-477-8845
P.O. Box 895
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.boysgirlsclubcapecod.org
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Asia [HA]
508-477-8883
Mashpee Commons
3 Greene Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeeasia.com
Bagel Haven [HA]
508-477-4499
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road, D-13
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.bagelhavencapecod.com
Bleu [HA]
508-539-7909, fax: 508-539-3175
Mashpee Commons
10 Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.bleurestaurant.com
Dunkin’ Donuts/
South Cape Village [HA]
508-958-7384, fax: 508-279-0360
South Cape Village
40 South Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.dunkindonuts.com
Roche Bros. Supermarket [HA]
Offers Catering Services
508-477-5558, fax: 508-477-6563
South Cape Village
11 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.rochebros.com
EL COLIBRI [HA]
Restaurante and Tequila Bar
508-477-0060
South Cape Village
680 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.elcolibrirestaurante.com
Siena Restaurant [HA]
508-477-5929
Mashpee Commons
17 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.siena.us
Laura’s Home Cookin’ [HA]
781-760-6088
440 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.laurashomecookin.comcastbiz.net
Marketplace Raw Bar
508-539-4858
Popponesset Marketplace
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.therawbar.com
SWEET BEAN TREATS
508-340-1186
www.sweetbeantreats.com
Sweet Waves [HA]
508-477-1400
Mashpee Commons
10 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.sweetwaves.com
ORGANIC MARKET [HA]
774-361-6075
Mashpee Commons
32 Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.omorganicmarket.com
The Lanes Bowl & Bistro [HA]
774-228-2291
Mashpee Commons
9 Greene Street, Mashpee MA 02649
Email: [email protected]s.com
www.thelanesbowlbistro.com
Panera Bread [HA]
508-477-4073, fax: 508-477-4079
8 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.panerabread.com
Trevi Café & Wine Bar [HA]
508-477-0055, fax: 508-477-2245
Mashpee Commons
25 Market Street, P.O. Box 2127
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.trevicafe.com
Bobby Byrne’s
Restaurant & Pub [HA]
508-477-0600, fax: 508-539-3175
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.bobbybyrnes.com
The Pizza GuyZ [HA]
508-477-4077
Brickyard Marketplace
439 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.CapesBestPizza.com
Cooke’s Seafood [HA]
508-477-9595
7 Ryan’s Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.cookesseafood.com
Polar Cave
Ice Cream parlor [HA]
508-477-5553
22 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.polarcave.com
Dino’s Pizza & Sports Bar [HA]
508-477-6701
401 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.dinossportsbar.net
Soprano’s Ristorante [HA]
508-477-7475, fax: 508-477-5786
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.sopranos-ristorante.com
ESTIA TAVERNA & BAR [HA]
Greek Restaurant
508-539-4700
Mashpee Commons
26 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.estiacapecod.com
Wicked
Restaurant & wine Bar [HA]
508-477-7422
South Cape Village
35G South Street, Mashpee, MA 02649
www.wickedrestaurant.com
Popponesset Marketplace [HA]
www.PopponessetMarketplace.com
VILLAGIO AT THE REGATTA [HA]
508-548-5000
4631 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.villagiocapecod.com
www.mashpeechamber.com
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Dining (cont.)
Zachary’s Pub [HA]
Adult Entertainment
508-477-1900, fax: 508-477-1907
100 Great Neck Road North
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Zoe’s Pizza [HA]
508-477-1711
Mashpee Commons
38 Bates Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
99 Restaurant & Pub [HA]
508-477-9000
8 Ryan’s Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.99restaurants.com
Fairs, Festivals
& Special Events
Barnstable County
Agricultural Society, Inc [HA]
Cape Cod Fairgrounds (Partially
Accessible, Call for details).
508-563-3200, fax: 508-563-5790
1220 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
East Falmouth, MA 02536
Email: [email protected]
www.barnstablecountyfair.org
Castleberry Fairs & Festivals
603-332-2616
38 Charles Street
Rochester, NH 03867
Email: [email protected]
www.castleberryfairs.com
Naukabout Music Festival
Cape Cod Fairgrounds
1220 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
East Falmouth, MA 02536
www.naukabout.com
FITNESS
Anytime Fitness [HA]
508-477-7872
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.anytimefitness.com
innerglow yoga [HA]
508-477-9642
Mashpee Commons
30 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.innerglowyogacapecod.com
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Mashpee Fitness Center/
Cape Cod Rehab [HA]
508-477-6128, fax: 508-477-5377
168 Industrial Drive, Unit 5
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodrehab.com/
mashpee-fitness-center
Pilates by LJ [HA]
508-681-0524
South Cape Village
19 Joy Street, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www. pilatesbyLJ.com
The Fitness Company
for Women [HA]
508-477-4777, fax: 508-477-6052
502 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.fitnesscompanyforwomen.com
Golf
Ballymeade
508-540-4005
Challenging yet very playable, this 18 hole
course was most recently redesigned by
Jim Fazio and Chi Chi Rodriguez. Utilizing
all of the natural beauty and character
of its surroundings, Ballymeade is semiprivate and located in North Falmouth
off Rte. 151.
www.ballymeade.com
Cape Cod Country Club
508-563-9842
This Par 71 Donald Ross design is one of
the oldest public courses on Cape Cod.
With rolling fairways and lots of wooded
areas, it’s also one of the more enjoyable
to play in the area. Located in Hatchville.
www.capecodcountryclub.com
Falmouth Country Club
508-548-3211
This 18-hole public course is open
year-round and has a driving range and
pro shop. The flat, wide open design of
the course makes it easy to walk and is
accessible for any skill level. Located in
East Falmouth off Barnstable Road.
www.falmouthcountryclub.com
Holly Ridge Country Club
508-428-5577
Located in scenic Sandwich, this par
3, 18-hole Geoffrey Cornish designed
public golf course is challenging but
not intimidating and offers a full service
grill room and driving range. Head
Professional Jane Frost, an LPGA
teacher of the year, oversees extensive
lesson and clinic programs.
www.hollyridgegolf.com
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New Seabury
508-539-8322
Boasting two 18-hole courses, the front
nine of the Blue Championship course
overlooks Nantucket Sound. The Par 70
Green Challenger course is narrow and
tree-lined. Semi-private and located 5
miles south from the Mashpee Rotary.
www.newseabury.com
Paul Harney
508-563-3454
An outstanding executive course
owned and operated by the former
PGA touring pro who received the
1974 PGA Player of the Year. Great
fun to play for all skill levels and a solid
public walking course (carts available).
Located in North Falmouth.
Quashnet Valley
508-477-4412
Blending in with its natural
environment, this par 72 course
meanders through the Quashnet River
Valley. Scenic bogs and the Quashnet
River are on 15 of the 18 holes.
www.quashnetvalley.com
Willowbend Country Club
508-539-5000
Willowbend commands a demanding
combination of length and precision
play yet has the dramatic qualities
that golf on Cape Cod is known for.
100 Willow Bend Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.willowbendcountryclub.com
Museums
Cape Cod
Children’s Museum [HA]
508-539-8788, fax: 508-539-3285
577 Great Neck Road South
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodchildrensmuseum.org
Cotuit Center for the Arts [HA]
508-428-0669, fax: 508-428-0633
4404 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org
Indian Meeting House
508-477-0208 x101
410 Meetinghouse Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Mashpee One-room
Schoolhouse Preservation [HA]
508-539-1438
13 Great Neck Road North
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mospc.org
Mashpee Wampanoag
Indian Museum
508-477-9339
414 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mashpeewampanoagtribe.com
Plimoth Plantation [HA]
508-746-1622
137 Warren Avenue
Plymouth, MA 02360
www.plimoth.org
Shopping
Cape Cod Coffee Roasters
508-477-2400
348 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodroasters.com
Cape Kaleidoscopes [HA]
Special and unique gifts from the
largest collection of kaleidoscopes in
the Northeast
508-477-0661, fax: 866-785-4437
Mashpee Commons
20 North Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.CapeKaleidoscopes.com
Coastal Cottage
774-269-4948
South Cape Village
428 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.coastalcottagecapecod.com
Country Smiles Doll Shop [HA]
Doll Clothes for the American Girl
Clothes, Furniture and Accessories
508-539-0430
Mashpee Commons
20 Bates Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodcountrysmiles.com
Cranberry Collective [HA]
508-477-1350
South Cape Village
29C South Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.cranberrycollective.com
Ghelfi’s Candies
of Cape Cod [HA]
508-477-8001
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Puritan Cape Cod [HA]
508-477-4333
Mashpee Commons
P.O. Box 601
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.puritancapecod.com
Gustare Oils & Vinegars [HA]
508-477-2010
Mashpee Commons
4 North Street, P.O. Box 2746
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.gustareoliveoil.com
Sol Optics [HA]
Sunglasses Retail
508-477-2548, fax: 508-477-0186
Mashpee Commons
P.O. Box 2600
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
J Miller Pictureframer
and Gallery [HA]
508-539-3888
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road, Suite A-15
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.jmillerpictureframer.com
SOUTH CAPE VILLAGE [HA]
508-477-9677
650 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Spice Merchants
of Mashpee Commons [HA]
KenMark Office Systems, Inc. [HA] 774-228-2238
508-539-8800, fax: 508-539-8801
Mashpee Commons
340 Main Street (Rte. 130), P.O. Box 827 12 Central Square
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
www.kenmarkoffice.com
gmail.com
Maiden Voyage, Inc.
Home Furnishings/Gifts/Mermaid-abilia
508-477-9085, fax: 508-477-9765
Mashpee Commons
4 Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mahoney’s Garden Center [HA]
508-548-4842, fax: 508-540-6185
958 East Falmouth Highway (Rte. 28 )
East Falmouth, MA 02536
www.mahoneysgarden.com
Marathon Sports [HA]
774-521-3512
Mashpee Commons
11 Greene Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.marathonsports.com
Mashpee Commons LP
508-477-5400, fax: 508-477-4306
13 Steeple Street, P.O.Box 1530
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: inf[email protected]
www.mashpeecommons.com
The Shed Place
Sheds, Gazebos, Arbors and Play Sets
508-477-6888, fax: 508-539-1108
620 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.theshedplace.com
The Write Choice [HA]
508-417-1886
Mashpee Commons
13 Central Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.writechoicecape.com
True Value Hardware –
Mashpee [HA]
508-477-5544, fax: 508-477-7200
681 Falmouth Road, Unit 15
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
truevalue.com/mashpeetruevalue
Unique Boutique [HA]
508-477-3900
Mashpee Commons
20 North Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.uniqueboutiquejewelry.com
Paige2Enterprises/Shaklee
508-539-8776
2 Maple Street, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.shaklee.net/paige2ent
Popponesset Marketplace
www.PopponessetMarketplace.com
Verde Floral Design, LLC [HA]
508-681-8169
Mashpee Commons
19 Fountain Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mashpeechamber.com
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Shopping (Cont.)
Walgreens [HA]
508-477-0137, fax: 508-477-0361
Frank Flanagan, Manager
South Cape Village
21 South Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.walgreens.com
Woodruff’s Art Center [HA]
Gallery, Framing & Art Supplies
508-477-5767, fax: 508-477-5217
Mashpee Commons
1 North Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.woodruffsartcenter.com
Zinnia Jewelry
& Accessories [HA]
508-477-9877
Mashpee Commons
17 Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.ilovezinnia.com
TheaterS
Cape Playhouse/Cape Cod
Center for the Arts [HA]
508-385-3838, fax: 508-385-8162
820 Main Street (Rte. 6A)
P.O. Box 2001
Dennis Village, MA 02638
www.capeplayhouse.com
Cotuit Center for the Arts [HA]
508-428-0669, fax: 508-428-0633
4404 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org
Walking Trails
Childs River Conservation Area
From the Mashpee rotary, take Rte. 151
and turn left onto Old Barnstable Road.
Go 0.6 mile, past Leatherleaf Lane, to
dirt road on left at bottom of hill. Look
for Conservation Commission sign. Park
on side of dirt road.
Jehu Pond Conservation Area
The majority of this 77.6 acre property
was bought in March 1997 from
the Bufflehead Bay Nominee Trust;
at the same time an adjacent 280
acres were purchased by the U.S.
Fish & Wildlife Service as part of the
Mashpee Wildlife Refuge. Combined
properties include extensive pine/
oak woodlands, salt and freshwater
marshes, two islands, freshwater
stream, abandoned cranberry bogs, at
least one vernal pool and Atlantic white
cedar swamps crossed by 4.27 miles
of woods, roads and walking trails.
From Mashpee rotary, take Great Neck
Road South to Green Oak Rd. Follow
1.3 miles towards South Cape Beach
to Conservation area sign and parking
area on right.
John’s Pond Park
Conservation Area
The 317-acre freshwater pond is
surrounded by a 258 acre town
conservation area of abandoned
cranberry bogs, 17 acre Moody
Pond and over 4 miles of walking
trails and bog roads. Seasonal toilet
facilities, picnic tables and grills. Beach
supervised by lifeguards in summer.
From Mashpee Rotary, take Rte. 151
past Falmouth town line, right turn onto
Currier Road (just past Fairgrounds).
Turn right onto Hoppole Road, follow
past Ashmut Holly Reservation. 1.2
miles to stop sign at end of road, then
right onto Back Road through the Otis
Trailer Village/Campground to Town
Beach parking area at end of road.
Lowell Holly Reservation
Located on a peninsula between
Mashpee and Wakeby Ponds with over
two miles of shore-line and stands of
American Beech, holly, white pines and
rhododendrons. Includes 1.5 miles of
walking trails, picnic tables and small
swimming beach (no lifeguard). From
Rte. 130, take S. Sandwich Road and
follow to Reservation parking areas on
left. Old parking area is at end of dirt
road on left at Sandwich town line; 0.7
miles (look for “carpe diem” sign). New
parking area is directly on S. Sandwich
Road 0.8 miles (look for “Trustees of
Reservations” sing).
Mashpee River Woodlands
More than 8 miles of maintained trails
and wood roads through 391 acres of
conservation land along the Mashpee
River. With white pine forests, salt and
fresh water marshes and abandoned
cranberry bogs, this area is popular for
fishing, canoeing and bird watching.
Canoe access to the river is from the
public landing at the end of Mashpee
Neck Road. For Woodlands South:
From the Mashpee Rotary, take Rte.
28 towards Hyannis. Take first right
onto Quinaquisset Avenue, then right
onto Mashpee Neck Road, South
parking area is 1.1 miles on right at
Conservation Area sign. For Woodlands
North: From Mashpee Rotary, take Rte.
28 towards Hyannis, take the first right
onto Quinaquisset Ave. Parking area is
off Quinaquisset Ave on the right. For
Woodlands West: From the Mashpee
Rotary, take Great Neck Road South
1.1 miles, turn left onto River Road.
Park at end of paved road.
Quashnet River Area
A number of town and state
agencies own a total of 440 acres of
conservation lands along the Quashnet
River between the Mashpee High
School on Rte. 151 and Martin Road,
just south of the town line in Falmouth.
In addition to 4.75 miles of old woods
roads on the property, a new 2.5
mile trail loop was added along the
river north from Martin Road, which
offers an opportunity to view the
fascinating trout stream restoration
effort undertaken in recent years by
the local chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Trout fishing is catch-and-release only.
From the Mashpee Rotary, take Rte. 28
towards Falmouth for 2.1 miles. Right
onto Martin Road. Park at dirt road on
right (do not block gate).
Washburn Island
Walking trails.
(Waquoit Bay National Estuarine
Reserve). 508-457-0495.
www.waquoitbayreserve.org
Whale Watching
Dolphin Fleet of
Provincetown, Inc. [HA]
508-240-3636 or 1-800-826-9300
MacMillan Wharf
Provincetown, MA 02657
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1175
Eastham, MA 02642
Email: [email protected]
www.whalewatch.com
The best part of
your vacation may be
Martha’s Vineyard & The World
On FM @ 88.7 and
on all your electronic gadgets
@ mvyradio.com
Hyannis Whale
Watcher Cruises [HA]
508-362-6088
269 Mill Way
P.O. Box 254
Barnstable, MA 02630
Email: [email protected]
www.whales.net
South Cape Beach State Park
In addition to its 3.5 miles of ocean
and bay beaches, sand dunes, coastal
ponds and salt marches, the park
maintains the 0.8 mile Great Flat Pond
Trail, extending through coastal forests
and marshes. Also over 3 miles of sand
roads for hiking. From the Mashpee
Rotary, take Great Neck Road South to
Great Oak Road. Follow to State Park
sign and turn left into park. Meet at
the Town Beach parking area at end
of paved road. Waquoit Bay National
Estuarine Research Reserve, 149
Waquoit Highway, Rte. 28 Falmouth.
Free parking passes are available
for Massachusetts residents ages 62
or older at the Waquoit Bay Visitor
Center. Good for all MA state beaches
and parks..
South Mashpee Pine Barrens
Over 300 acres of rare pine barrens,
Atlantic White Cedar swamps, shrub
swaps and mixed forests, providing
a unique nature study. For access to
the 3.8 miles of trails and sand roads,
take Great Neck Road South 1.5 miles
from the Mashpee Rotary. Right onto
the first road opposite Punkhorn Point
Road and Old Dock Lane. Park in open
area on left.
Photos by Dan Cutrona
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www.mashpeechamber.com
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local & visitor services
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce, Chamber Members, and the Mashpee Community are committed to making Mashpee
a welcome place for all who live, work, and visit Mashpee. In order to make everyone’s visit more comfortable, we have
identified our Chamber Members who advertise Handicap and Wheelchair Accessibility with [HA]. If you do not see this
symbol, please contact the listed business to find out what facilities are available. Not all Chamber Members have physical
locations; therefore, accessibility is not applicable.
ACCOMMODATIONS
The Alexander Hamilton House
Bed and Breakfast
508-419-1584
9 Horseshoe Bend Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.alexanderhamiltonhousecapecod.com
Cape Cod Holiday Estates [HA]
508-477-3377
97 Four Seasons Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodholidayestates.net
www.vrivacations.com/resorts/cch
Green Harbor Waterfront
Motor Lodge [HA]
508-548-4747 or 1-800-548-5556
134 Acapesket Road
East Falmouth, MA 02536
Email: [email protected]
www.gogreenharbor.com
Holiday Inn Cape Cod/
Falmouth [HA]
508-540-2000, fax: 508-548-2712
291 Jones Road
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhi.com
Otis Trailer/John’s Pond
Family Campground
508-477-0444, fax: 508-539-1706
One Otis Trailer Village, Otis AFB
Falmouth, MA 02541
Email: [email protected]
www.johnspondcampground.com
Palmer House Inn [HA]
Bed & Breakfast
508-548-1230, fax: 508-540-1878
81 Palmer Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.palmerhouseinn.com
Santuit Inn [HA]
A Boutique Motel
508-428-6433, fax: 508-462-0444
6 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.thesantuitinn.com
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Sea Crest Beach Hotel [HA]
508-540-9400 or 1-800-225-3110
350 Quaker Road, Old Silver Beach
Falmouth, MA 02556
Email: [email protected]
www.seacrestbeachhotel.com
Sea Mist Resort [HA]
508-477-0549, fax: 508-539-0783
141 Great Neck Road South
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.vrivacations.com
SELL MY TIMESHARE NOW
877-815-4227, fax: 603-516-0757
100 Domain Dr., Suite 105
Exeter, NH 03833
Email: [email protected]
www.sellmytimesharenow.com
Shoreway Acres [HA]
508-540-3000 or 1-800-352-7100
59 Shore Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.shorewayacresinn.com
Southcape Resort & Club [HA]
Festiva Resort Vacation
508-477-4700
950 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.festiva-southcape.com
We Need a Vacation
781-239-1469, fax: 781-239-0474
297 Thousand Oaks Drive
Brewster, MA 02631
Email: [email protected]
www.weneedavacation.com
Accounting/
Bookkeeping
Account Ability
508-539-6961 or 1-888-394-5110
P.O. Box 874
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.quickbooksability.com
Business Solutions
Accounting, Inc
508-564-4622, fax: 508-564-5448
41 E Barlows Landing Road, P.O. Box 3342
Pocasset, MA 02559
Email: [email protected]
www.businesssolutions-ma.com
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H&R Block
Tax Services
508-477-5646
22 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.hrblock.com
Sound Bookkeeping Solutions
774-238-4874, fax: 774-238-4875
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite A-31
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.soundbookkeeping.net
Advertising, Marketing
& Promotions
The Barnstable Patriot
508-771-1427, fax: 508-790-3997
P.O. Box 1208
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.barnstablepatriot.com
BENCHMARK BUSINESS
SOLUTIONS, INC.
Marketing and Operations Consulting
774-470-6066
222 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.mybenchmark.net
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU of
E.MA, ME, RI & VT
508-652-4800, fax: 508-652-4833
290 Donald Lynch Blvd
Marlborough, MA 01752
Email: [email protected]
www.bbb.org/boston
BUSINESS NETWORK
INTERNATIONAL (BNI)
508-431-0212
21 Park Street, Suite 410
Attleboro, MA 02703
Email: [email protected]
www.BNIRI.com
Cape Cod & Islands Pride Pages
508-789-7047, fax: 480-287-9250
P.O. Box 929
Brewster, MA 02631
Email: [email protected]
www.pridepagescapecod.com
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
CCB Media & CapeCod.com
508-771-1224, fax: 508-775-2605
737 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.ccb-media.com
The Mashpee Enterprise
508-548-4700 x205, fax: 508-540-8407
50 Depot Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.capenews.net
Cape Cod Hospitality
Marketing Association (CCHMA)
508-539-3530, fax: 508-775-2605
737 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.cchma.org
RS WALTERS ADVERTISING
Info Map
781-780-6601, fax: 508-815-4933
540 Main Street, Suite 14
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.rswaltersadvertising.com
Cape Cod Life Publications
Laura Taylor
508-419-7381
Mashpee Commons
13 Steeple Street Suite 204
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodlife.com
Architectural
Services
Cape Cod Times [HA]
508-775-1200
319 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodonline.com
Carol McLeod Design [HA]
508-477-7482
Madaket Place
766 Falmouth Road, (Rte. 28), D18
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.orangem.com
Coastal Mountain CREATIVE
508-477-7749
P.O. Box 2766
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.icwebgroup.com
Discovery Map, Falmouth Area
Vann Jones
774-521-4953
P.O. Box 1983
N. Falmouth, MA 02556
[email protected]
www.discoverymap.com
HANNON DISTRIBUTION
508-332-8886, fax 508-295-3215
P.O. Box 1205
Onset, MA 02558
[email protected]
www.HannonDistribution.com
MVY RADIO
508-693-5000, fax: 508-693-8211
P.O. Box 1148
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
Email: [email protected]
www.mvyradio.com
Automobiles – Sales,
Service & Repairs
Access Auto Too [HA]
Auto Parts and Accessories
508-477-6911
135 Main Street, Mashpee, MA 02649
Cormier’s Auto Service
& Tire [HA]
508-477-9755, fax: 508-477-1806
80 Algonquin Ave , Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.cormiersauto.net
Thomas J. O’Neill, Inc. [HA]
508-477-5600, fax: 508-477-6277
Mashpee Commons
26 Bates Road, P.O. Box 625
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.thomasjoneill.com
Banking & Financial
ASSET MANAGEMENT
RESOURCES, LLC
Registered Investment Advisor
508-771-8900, fax: 774-470-1062
1060 Falmouth Road, Suite B2
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.amrfinancial.com
Attorneys at Law
Clark, Balboni & Gildea
508-477-5567, fax: 508-477-5866
33 Great Neck Road, P.O. Box 1769
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.cbglawfirm.com
Dunning, Kirrane,
McNichols & Garner, LLP [HA]
508-477-6500, fax: 508-477-7633
133 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), P.O. Box 560
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.dunningkirrane.com
Law Office of
Patricia J. Mello, PC [HA]
508-477-0267, fax: 508-477-2952
Madaket Place
766 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), A9
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.attorneymello.com
Law Offices of
Steven T. Snow [HA]
508-477-7100, fax: 508-477-7150
Mashpee Commons
2 Oak Street, Suite 202
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeelaw.com
Audio & Visual
Carlson Audio & Visual, Inc
508-563-3467, fax: 508-564-6226
P.O. Box 1852
North Falmouth, MA 02556
Email: [email protected]
www.carlsonaudiovisual.com
STRIKE ZONE SOUND
Audio visual service for events, mobile
DJ’s, Audio Engineering for live sound
774-238-0045
203 Pheasant Hill Circle, Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.strikezonesound.com
Bank of Cape Cod [HA]
508-444-1610, fax: 508-548-2606
445 Main Street, Falmouth, MA 02540
www.bankofcapecod.com
Baystate Financial Services
Bill Pyles
617-501-6173 or 781-834-1111 x231
20 Congress Street, Marshfield, MA 02050
Email: [email protected]
Cape Cod Five Cents
Savings Bank [HA]
508-539-2500, fax: 508-539-0823
Mashpee Commons
10 North Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodfive.com
Clower Wealth Management
508-477-2775, fax: 508-477-2776
11 Cape Drive, Suite 18
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
The COOPERATIVE BANK
OF CAPE COD [HA]
508-568-3200, fax: 508-568-3318
25 Benjamin Franklin Way
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.mycapecodbank.com
www.mashpeechamber.com
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Banking & Financial
(Cont.)
Eastern Bank [HA]
508-477-7985, fax: 508-477-7987
Deer Crossing Marketplace
6 Shellback Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.easternbank.com
First Citizen’s
Federal Credit Union [HA]
800-642-7515
71 Jobs Fishing Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.firstcitizens.org
Mass Credit Services
508-477-8400, fax: 508-477-7174
P.O. Box 1979
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.masscreditservices.com
Rockland Trust Company [HA]
508-539-3101
5 Shellback Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.rocklandtrust.com
SANTANDER Bank [HA]
Leslie Marsh
508-539-1907, fax: 508-539-7061
South Cape Village
3 Charles Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.santander.com/us
TD BanK [HA]
America’s Most Convenient Bank
Shirley J Schulz, AVP, Store Manager
508-477-8492, fax: 508-477-2567
Mashpee Commons
14 Bank Street, P.O. Box 1019
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.tdbank.com
barber Shops
Frankie’s Barber Shop [HA]
508-681-0716
Mashpee Commons
24 North Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.frankies-barber-shop.com
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BEAUTY SALONS & SPAS
Aah Time Skin, Lash,
MASSAGE Studio [HA]
Maureen O’Connor
508-477-1837
South Cape Village
35C South Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.ahhtimeskinspa.net
ARABELLA SALON [HA]
508-477-4300
451 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.arabellasalonmashpee.com
Illusions Hair Salon [HA]
508-477-0997
Mashpee Commons
P.O. Box 2044
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.illusionscapecod.com
South Cape Village Hair
& Spa [HA]
508-477-2005, fax: 508-540-1976
South Cape Village
8 Joy Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.scvhairandspa.com
Builders, Contractors,
Construction & Home
Improvement
B & L Floor Covering Inc. [HA]
Improving Your Life
One Square Foot at a Time
774-521-3577, fax: 774-521-3874
684 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Blinds Unlimited [HA]
508-477-1170, fax: 508-477-1149
440 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email:[email protected]
www.blindscapecod.net
Cape Cod Retractable
Screens & Shutters
508-539-3307, fax: 866-259-1738
9 Jonathan Bourne Drive, #2
Pocasset, MA 02559
Email: [email protected]
www.screensNshutters.com
Capewide Enterprises [HA]
508-477-8877
153 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capewideenterprises.com
Carpet Barn/
Carpet One Floor & Home [HA]
508-477-7847
106 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.carpetone.com
Cedrone Contracting &
Property Management
781-964-1199
[email protected]
www.cedronecpm.com
CERTIFIED TILE KITCHEN + BATH
Kitchen and Bathroom Design/Remodel.
Craftsman in Tile.
508-241-8453
P.O. Box 1710
North Falmouth, MA 02556
Email: [email protected]
www.certifiedtileKB.com
Coastal-N-Counters, Inc. [HA]
Countertop Replacement Specialist!
508-539-3500, fax: 508-539-2357
92 Industrial Drive, #8, P.O. Box 2040
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.coastalncounters.net
Dovetail Woodworks [HA]
508-776-5426
2 Maple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Botello Lumber Co., Inc. [HA]
508-477-3132
26 Bowdoin Road, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.botellolumber.com
Gutter Care OF CAPE COD
508-472-0001, fax: 508-457-9009
Mashpee Commons
22 Bates Road, Suite 132
Mashpee, MA 02649
Budget Blinds of Cape Cod [HA]
Window Treatments, Sales & Installation
508-539-9989, fax: 508-539-9948
800 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), #108D
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.budgetblinds.com/capecod
Ideal Floor Covering [HA]
508-540-3320, fax: 508-540-2222
882 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.idealfloor.com
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CELEBRATING MILESTONES
J&K Floor Covering [HA]
508-477-4080, fax: 508-477-8410
800 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Unit 106-C
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.jandkfloorcovering.com
KEVIN’S PAINTING
High Quality at Low Rates
Interior and Exterior
508-292-1840
Miller Starbuck
Construction [HA]
508-539-1124, fax: 508-539-1125
Madaket Place
766 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), D20
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.millerstarbuck.com
Robert K. Fox Building
Contractor, Inc.
508-477-9665, fax: 508-477-8438
44 Waterline Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.rkfoxbuilders.com
The Shed Place
Sheds, Gazebos, Arbors and Play Sets
508-477-6888, fax: 508-539-1108
620 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
The Parish of Christ The King [HA]
Roman Catholic Masses
Saturdays: 4:00pm; Sunday: 7:00am,
8:30am,10:30am, 5:30pm
Monday - Friday: 8:30am
508-477-7700, fax: 508-477-8158
5 Job’s Fishing Road, P.O. Box 1800
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.christthekingparish.com
Cleaning Services
20/20 Window Cleaning
“Where Service Is Clearly Our Focus”
Serving Mashpee area for over 20 Years
508-477-2020
110 Breeds Hill Road
Hyannis, MA 02601
www.2020-inc.com
ELITE WINDOW CLEANING
508-524-2939 or 1-800-381-2939
P.O. Box 139
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.elite-capecod.com
M.C.S., Inc.
Mashpee Carpet Steamers
“Your local carpet cleaning solution.”
774-228-2657
[email protected]
www.mashpeecleaningservice.com
Cape Computer Advisors
Michael White
508-258-9571
Email: [email protected]
CapeNet
508-591-5449
1900 W. Park Drive, Suite 280
Westborough, MA 01581
Email: [email protected]
www.capenet.com
Coastal Mountain Creative
508-477-7749
P.O. Box 2766
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.icwebgroup.com
Comcast Business
978-825-2291
55 Concord Street
North Reading, MA 01864
www.business.comcast.com
Force 4 photography, LLC
508-507-8270
215 Head of the Bay Road
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
Email: [email protected]
www.force4photos.com
iCape Solutions [HA]
Apple Specialists
508-815-4500
Mashpee Commons
41 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capemac.com
Thomas J. O’Neill, Inc. [HA]
508-477-5600, fax: 508-477-6277
Mashpee Commons
26 Bates Road, P.O. Box 625
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.thomasjoneill.com
M.C.S., INC.
Mashpee Cleaning Service
Business, Residential & Turnover Specialist
774-228-2657
P.O. Box 1373
Mashpee, MA 02649
[email protected]
www.mashpeecleaningservice.com
Timothy Gray
Building & Remodeling
508-477-3364, fax: 508-539-3714
68K Nicoletta’s Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.timothygraybuilding.com
Stanley Steamer
Carpet Cleaning Co.
508-833-9292
P.O. Box 592
Forestdale, MA 02644
www.stanleysteemer.com
Churches
Collection Agency
Mashpee
Congregational Church [HA]
508-477-9211
Popponesset Marketplace
259 Shore Drive, P.O. Box 1796
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeeucc.org
Mass Credit Services
508-477-8400, fax: 508-477-7174
P.O Box 1979
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.masscreditservices.com
GOOD CLOTHING COMPANY [HA]
Clothing Manufacturer
508-419-6152
681 Falmouth Road, Suite 22B
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.goodlcothingcompany.com
Computer/Business
Technology
Viridian Energy
508-477-0792
www.mashpeechamber.com
508 Marketing
Adrienne Baumann
508-965-3503
Email: [email protected]
www.508marketing.com
Disaster Restoration
Services
ServiceMaster South Shore [HA]
888-545-2700, fax: 781-545-7332
18 Jan Sebastian Drive
Sandwich, MA 02563
www.servicemastersouthshore.com
Eco Friendly Products
www.mashpeechamber.com
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Electrical
Richard J. Cook, JR.,
Electricians, Inc.
774-238-0899
135 West Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
Sawicki Electric
508-477-0917
37 Deerfield Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Electricity Supplier
CAPE LIGHT COMPACT
508-375-6644, fax: 508-362-4136
3195 Main Street, Superior Courthouse
P.O. Box 427
Barnstable, MA 02630
Email: [email protected]
www.capelightcompact.org
VIRIDIAN ENERGY
508-477-0792
www.mashpeechamber.com
CAPE COD BEER, INC. [HA]
508-790-4200
1336 Phinney’s Lane
Hyannis, MA 02601
www.capecodbeer.com
Cape Cod Coffee Roasters
508-477-2400
348 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodroasters.com
Ghelfi’s Candy and Gifts [HA]
508-477-8001 or 1-800-645-1475
Mashpee Commons
Mailing address:
228 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.shipchocolates.com
Events, Weddings
& Functions
Gustare Oils & Vinegars [HA]
508-477-2010
Mashpee Commons
4 North Street, P.O. Box 2746
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.gustareoliveoil.com
Holiday Inn Cape Cod/
Falmouth [HA]
508-540-2000, fax: 508-548-2712
291 Jones Road
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhi.com
Organic Market [HA]
774-361-6075
Mashpee Commons
32 Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.omorganicmarket.com
SEA CREST BEACH HOTEL [HA]
508-540-9400 or 1-800-225-3110
350 Quaker Road, Old Silver Beach
Falmouth, MA 02556
Email: [email protected]
www.seacrestbeachhotel.com
Naukabout Beer Company
508-999-2337
908 Main Street
Osterville, MA 02655
www.naukabout.com
Roche Bros. Supermarket [HA]
508-477-5558, fax: 508-477-6563
Willowbend Country Club [HA] South Cape Village
508-539-5000
11 Donnas Lane
100 Willow Bend Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.rochebros.com
www.willowbendcountryclub.com
Spice Merchants
Florist
of Mashpee Commons [HA]
774-228-2238
Verde Floral Design, LLC [HA]
Mashpee Commons
508-681-8169, fax: 508-681-8172
12 Central Square
Mashpee Commons
Mashpee, MA 02649
19 Fountain Street
Email: [email protected]
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.verdeflorals.com
Super Stop & Shop [HA]
508-539-1800
Food, Beer, Liquor
Mashpee Commons
& wine
10 Bates Road
Andy’s Market, Inc. [HA]
Mashpee, MA 02649
508-477-3229, fax: 508-477-5688
www.stopandshop.com
425 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
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Funeral Homes
Chapman, Cole & Gleason
Funeral Home [HA]
508-477-4025
74 Algonquin Avenue (off Rte. 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.ccgfuneralhome.com
Garbage &
Dumpster service
Capewide Enterprises
Septic and Construction Waste
508-477-8877
153 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capewideenterprises.com
Cavossa Disposal Corporation
508-563-5070, fax: 508-563-5028
210 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
East Falmouth, MA 02536
Email: [email protected]
www.Cavossa.com
Nauset Disposal
Garbage & Dumpster Service, Porto
Potties & Event Trailers
508-255-1419, fax: 508-255-5047
3 Rayber Road, Orleans, MA 02653
Email: [email protected]
www.nausetdisposal.com
Pina ENTERPRISe LLC
508-428-2062, fax: 508-477-0448
53 Bowdoin Road, Mashpee, MA 02649
www.pinaenterprise.com
Garden Centers
Mahoney’s Garden Center [HA]
508-548-4842, fax: 508-540-6185
958 East Falmouth Highway (Rte. 28)
East Falmouth, MA 02536
www.mahoneysgarden.com
Gutter Cleaning/
Replacement
Gutter Care OF Cape Cod
508-472-0001, fax: 508-457-9009
Mashpee Commons
22 Bates Road, Suite 132
Mashpee, MA 02649
HEALTH & WELLNESS
Acupuncture &
Associated Therapies, P.C. [HA]
508-539-0299, fax: 508-477-0423
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.acupuncturecapecod.com
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Advanced Audiology
Associates, Inc. [HA]
508-539-9780, fax: 508-539-9830
800 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.advancedaudiologyassociates.com
Emerald Physician
Services, Inc. [HA]
508-778-4777 ext. 2258
Mashpee Commons
40 Steeple Street, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.emeraldphysicians.com
BAYADA Home Health Care [HA]
508-540-0071, fax: 508-540-2170
80 Davis Straits, Suite 103
Falmouth, MA 02540
Hyannis Location:
508-778-8800, fax: 508-778-6600
750 Attucks Lane
Hyannis MA 02601
www.bayada.com
Falmouth Hospital [HA]
508-548-5300
100 Ter Heun Drive
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhealthcare.org
Bayview Optometrics [HA]
508-477-7423
Mashpee Commons
9 Market Street
P.O. Box 1410
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.bayviewoptometrics.com
Cape Cod Hospital [HA]
508-771-1800
27 Park Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhealthcare.org
Cape Kids Therapy &
Sensory Center [HA]
774-521-3285, fax: 774-521-3641
Deer Crossing Marketplace - Upper Level
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite A-30
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capekidstherapy.com
Care...From The Heart, LLC
Homecare
508-419-1879 or 877-419-5570
fax: 508-681-8401
766 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite A8
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.carefromtheheartcapecod.com
Community Health Center
of Cape Cod [HA]
508-477-7090, fax: 508-477-7083
107 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.chcofcapecod.org
CRAIG JONES, MD [HA]
Ear, Nose & Throat Surgery, PC
508-539-2444, fax: 508-539-2445
5 Industrial Drive, Suite 202
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.craigjonesmc.com
mashpee fitness Center/
Cape Cod Rehab [HA]
508-477-4800
168 Industrial Drive, Unit 5
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodrehab.com
Franey
Medical Laboratories [HA]
508-888-7546, fax: 508-833-6735
52 Mercantile Way, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.franeymedicallab.com
Harmony Network
Chiropractic & Yoga [HA]
Wellness Center & Yoga Studio
508-419-7070, fax: 508-419-7071
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite C-16
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.harmonychiroyoga.com
HealthSource Chiropractic
of Mashpee [HA]
508-477-6900, fax: 508-477-7900
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite 21B
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.perraschiro.com
IDEAL WEIGHT LOSS MASHPEE [HA]
508-477-6900
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite B-21
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeeweightloss.com
KATHRYN CLAPP LMHC, LLC
Mental Health Counseling,
Individual and Couple Counseling
508-254-0476
Email: [email protected]
Mashpee Dental Associates [HA]
508-477-0070
96 Old Barnstable Road
P.O. Box 545
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee Vision Care [HA]
508-477-1802, fax: 508-539-3713
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite B-12
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodeyecare.com/dr-grove.html
MOBILE MASSAGE OF MASHPEE
508-280-2653
Email: [email protected]
www.mobilmassageofmashpee.com
Paige2Enterprises/Shaklee
508-539-8776
2 Maple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.shaklee.net/paige2ent
QIVANA
Direct Selling Natural Products
508-498-2376
11 Banfield Drive
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.juanitaguess.myqivana.com
Reliv International
Nutrition and Wellness
Donalee Lacasse
508-888-9608
5 Dodge Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.ownyourlife.reliv.com
Rogers Outpatient Center [HA]
508-539-6170
5 Industrial Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhealthcare.org
SOSTEK, CAREGIVER REFERRAL
A Caregiver Referral Company
617-244-8560; toll free: 888-476-7835
fax: 617-244-5560
9 Summer Street, Suite 201
Franlkin, MA 02038
Email: [email protected]
www.sostek.net
Mashpee Family Medicine [HA]
508-477-4282, fax: 508-539-6134
5 Industrial Drive
P.O. Box 1500
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mashpeefamilymedicine.com
www.mashpeechamber.com
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(CONT.)
Stoneman
Outpatient Center [HA]
774-338-5000
2 Jan Sebastian Drive (Rte. 130)
Sandwich, MA 02563
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhealthcare.org
Stoneman Urgent Care [HA]
508-833-2639
2 Jan Sebastian Drive (Rte. 130), Suite 101
Sandwich, MA 02563
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodhealthcare.org
The May Institute, Inc.
508-539-2700, fax: 508-539-0481
550 Main Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mayinstitute.org
WAVES OF
THERAPEUTIC TOUCH [HA]
Massage and Energy Healing by RN
and Licensed Massage Therapist
508-648-1347
400 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rt 151)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.wavesoftheraoeutictouch.
massagetherapy.com
Heating & Plumbing
Capewide Enterprises
508-477-8877
153 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capewideenterprises.com
Devine Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
508-888-9002, fax: 508-888-8313
8 Jan Sebastian Way, Unit 11
Sandwich, MA 02563
Email: [email protected]
Harry Cliff Services
Drain Cleaning, Plumbing & Heating
774-836-7069, fax: 508-477-9795
23 County Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.harrycliffservices.com
Reed Plumbing & Heating
Plumbing, Heating, Gas,
Drain Clearage
508-477-1335, fax: 508-477-1668
129 Industrial Park Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.reedph.com
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Insurance
AFLAC AGENT – DEVON CROWL
Individual and Group Health Benefits
& Life Insurance
508-246-7702, fax: 774-470-6194
302 Pheasant Hill Circle
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.aflac.com
Murray & MacDonald
Insurance Services, Inc. [HA]
508-540-2400 or 1-800-800-8990
fax: 508-289-4111
550 MacArthur Boulevard
Bourne, MA 02532
Branch Office:
406 Jones Road
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.mmisi.com
Paul Peters
Insurance Agency, Inc.
Gary Bruno, Falmouth Office:
508-548-2500, fax: 508-540-9641
6 Falmouth Heights Road
Falmouth, MA 02541
Mashpee Office:
508-477-0021, fax: 508-477-6498
680 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
The Waquoit
Insurance Agency [HA]
508-540-1919, fax: 508-457-1269
516 Waquoit Highway (Rte. 28)
P.O. Box 3099
Waquoit, MA 02536
Email: [email protected]
mccormickinsurance.com
www.mccormickinsurance.com
Interior Design
ARTISTIC FINISHES
Faux and Decorative Painting
774-269-6098
Email: [email protected]
www.artisticfauxfinishing.com
CERTIFIED TILE KITCHEN AND BATH
508-241-8453
P.O. Box 1710
North Falmouth, MA 02556
Email: [email protected]
www.certifiedtilekb.com
Mashpee Magazine | Annual 2015
LandscapE, TREE &
SHRUB SERVICES
CASEY LANDSCAPE &
ARBORICULTURE, INC.
508-477-1337, fax: 508-477-4682
84 Algonquin Ave
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.caseylandscape.com
Coastal Irrigation
508-428-1529
P.O. Box 263
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.coastalirrigation.net
King and Queen
Landscaping Services
508-428-4281, fax: 508-477-1929
265 Main Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
comcast.net
www.kingandqueenlandscaping.com
LEWIS LANDSCAPING, INC.
508-540-7444
P.O. Box 1138
West Falmouth, MA 02574
www.LewisLandscapingInc.com
Maffei
Landscape Contractors [HA]
508-477-4814, fax: 508-477-4815
28 Nicoletta’s Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.maffeilandscape.com
Mahoney’s Garden Center [HA]
508-548-4842, fax: 508-540-6185
958 East Falmouth Highway (Rte. 28)
East Falmouth, MA 02536
www.mahoneysgarden.com
Schumacher Companies
508-427-7707, fax: 508-427-7714
93 Stony Hill Road
Chatham, MA 02633
www.dschumacher.com
Talbot Ecological Land Care
508-539-1912, fax: 508-539-8865
P.O. Box 187
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.TalbotEcoLandCare.com
The Turf Co. of Cape Cod
Tom Gonzalski
508-477-7778
25 Jones Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.theturfcocapecod.com
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Manufacturer
GOOD CLOTHING COMPANY [HA]
Clothing Manufacturer
508-419-6152
681 Falmouth Road, Suite 22B
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.goodlcothingcompany.com
Marine
Bosun’s Marine [HA]
508-477-4626, fax: 508-477-1379
100 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.bosuns.com
Jeppesen Marine, Inc. [HA]
508-477-8010, fax: 508-539-4380
133 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Building H
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.jeppesen.com
New seabury marina
508-477-9197
135 Daniels Island Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
MASSAGE
AHH TIME SKIN, LASH,
MASSAGE STUDIO [HA]
Maureen O’Connor
508-477-1837
South Cape Village
35C South Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.ahhtimeskinspa.net
MOBILE MASSAGE OF MASHPEE
508-280-2653
Email: [email protected]
www.mobilmassageofmashpee.com
WAVES OF
THERAPEUTIC TOUCH [HA]
Massage and Energy Healing by RN
and Licensed Massage Therapist
508-648-1347
400 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151),
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.wavesoftheraoeutictouch.
massagetherapy.com
Media/Communications
The Barnstable Patriot
508-771-1427, fax: 508-790-3997
P.O. Box 1208
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.barnstablepatriot.com
CCB Media & CapeCod.com [HA]
508-771-1224, fax: 508-775-2605
737 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 0260
Email: [email protected]
www.ccb-media.com
Flagship Self Storage [HA]
508-539-7900 or 1-800-448-0002
490 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.flagshipselfstorage.com
Cape Cod & Islands Pride Pages
508-789-7047, fax: 480-287-9250
P.O. Box 929
Brewster, MA 02631
Email: [email protected]
www.pridepagescapecod.com
Mashpee Sun Self Storage [HA]
508-477-4480, fax: 508-477-4487
868 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.sunselfstorage.com
Cape Cod Life Publications
508-419-7381, fax: 508-477-1225
Mashpee Commons
13 Steeple Street Suite 204
P.O. Box 1439
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodlife.com
Non Profits
A.L.S. Family Charitable
Foundation, Inc. [HA]
508-759-9696
P.O. Box 229
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
22 Bates Road, Suite 202
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.alsfamily.org
Cape Cod Times [HA]
508-775-1200
319 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodonline.com
Arthritis Foundation
New England
401-739-3773, fax: 401-739-8990
2348 Post Road, Warwick, RI 02886
Email: [email protected]
www.arthritis.org
Discovery MapS & GUIDES
Vann Jones
774-521-4953
P.O.Box 1983
North Falmouth, MA 02556
Email: [email protected]
www.discoverymap.com
Intuitive Consulting, Inc
Motivational Speaker, Intuitive Reading
1-800-925-4002
10 Twin Oaks Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.lynnrobinson.com
MASHPEE TV
774-228-2353
P.O.Box 400
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeetv.com
The Mashpee Enterprise
508-548-4700 x205, fax: 508-540-8407
50 Depot Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.capenews.net
Moving & Storage
Anchor Self Storage [HA]
508-539-4117
600 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.anchor-selfstorage.com
Audible Local Ledger, Inc. [HA]
508-539-2030
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite C-14
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.audiblelocalledger.org
Barnstable County
Agricultural Society, Inc.
Cape Cod Fairgrounds (Partially
Accessible, Call for details).
508-563-3200, fax: 508-563-5790
1220 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rte. 151)
East Falmouth, MA 02536
Email: [email protected]
www.barnstablecountyfair.org
BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU of
E.MA, ME, RI & VT
508-652-4800, fax: 508-652-4833
290 Donald Lynch Blvd
Marlborough, MA 01752
Email: [email protected]
www.bbb.org/boston
Boys & Girls Club
of Cape Cod, Inc. [HA]
508-477-8845
P.O. Box 895, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.boysgirlsclubcapecod.org
www.mashpeechamber.com
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Non Profits (CONT.)
Buy Fresh Buy Local
“Your connection to Cape Cod’s
Freshest from Land & Sea”
www.buyfreshbuylocalcapecod.org
Cape Abilities, Inc. [HA]
508-778-5040
895 Mary Dunn Rd
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email:[email protected]
www.capeabilities.org
Cape & Islands Veterans
Outreach Center [HA]
Est. by Nam Vets Association
508-778-1590, fax: 508-778-1094
569 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
capeandislandsveteransoutreach.org
www.capeandislandsveteransoutreach.org
CAPE & ISLANDS UNITED WAY [HA]
508-775-4746
259 Stevens Street, Suite E, P.O. Box 2477
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.uwcapecod.org
Cape Cod 4H Camp Farley
508-477-0181
615 Route 130, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.campfarley.com
Cotuit Center for the Arts [HA]
508-428-0669, fax: 508-428-0633
4404 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.cotuitcenterforthearts.org
Falmouth Wants a “Y”
Group volunteers working together
with the YMCA Cape Cod to build a
YMCA branch on the Upper Cape.
818-422-1373
Email: [email protected]
www.facebook.com/FalmouthWantsay
Also connect with us on LinkedIn and
Twitter.
Friends of the Mashpee Library
508-419-1584
P.O. Box 900
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.friendsofmashpeelibrary.org
Greater Cape & Islands
Special Olympics
508-771-6322
P.O. Box 683
Centerville, MA 02632
Email: [email protected]
www.specialolympicsma.org
Habitat for Humanity
of Cape Cod
508-362-3559, fax: 508-362-3569
411 Main Street, Suite 6
Cape Cod Children’s Museum [HA] Yarmouthport, MA 02675
Contact: Sarah Tribuzio
508-539-8788, fax: 508-539-3285
Email: [email protected]
577 Great Neck Road South
www.habitatcapecod.org
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Heroes in Transition, Inc.
www.capecodchildrensmuseum.org
508-539-1010, fax: 508-539-2689
Mashpee Commons
CAPE LIGHT COMPACT
22 Bates Road, Suite 135
508-375-6644, fax: 508-362-4136
3195 Main Street, Superior Courthouse Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
P.O. Box 427
www.heroesintransition.org
Barnstable, MA 02630
Email: [email protected]
Highfield Hall [HA]
www.capelightcompact.org
508-495-1878
56 Highfield Drive
Cape Playhouse/Cape Cod
Falmouth, MA 02540
Center for the Arts [HA]
Email: [email protected]
508-385-3838, fax: 508-385-8162
820 Main Street (Rte. 6A), P.O. Box 2001 www.highfieldhall.org
Dennis Village, MA 02638
Kiwanis Club of Mashpee
www.capeplayhouse.com
774-487-0033, fax: 508-437-0204
P.O. Box 334
CHILDREN’S COVE
The Cape & Islands Child Advocacy Center Mashpee, MA 02649
Contact: Terrie Cook
508-375-0410; toll free: 866-863-1900
Email: [email protected]
P.O. Box 427
www. Mashpeekiwanis.org
Barnstable, MA 02630
Email: [email protected]
www.ChildrensCover.org
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LIFE, Inc. [HA]
508-477-6670, fax: 508-539-8614
175 Great Neck Road, South 2
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mail address: 550 Lincoln Road Ext
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.lifecapecod.org
Mashpee Dog Park
508-488-9663
P.O. Box 2786
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeedogpark.org
Mashpee Senior Center/
Council on Aging [HA]
508-539-1440
26 Frank E. Hicks Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee Wampanoag
Tribal Council [HA]
508-477-0208
483 Great Neck Road South
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mashpeewampanoagtribe.com
Mashpee Mens Club
508-477-7718
Mashpee Historical
Commission [HA]
508-539-1438
16 Great Neck Road North
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.ci.mashpee.ma.us
Mashpee Women’s Club
P.O. Box 1613
Mashpee, MA 02649
mashpeewomensclub.org
Mashpee Housing Authority [HA]
Leila Botsford
508-477-6202, fax: 508-477-4231
7 Jobs Fishing Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mashpeeha.org
Plimoth Plantation [HA]
508-746-1622
137 Warren Avenue
Plymouth, MA 02360
www.plimoth.org
Mashpee One-room
Schoolhouse Preservation [HA]
508-539-3378
13 Great Neck Road North
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mospc.org
The Mashpee Pops Committee
508-539-2345
Mashpee Commons
22 Steeple Street, P.O. Box 1516
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeepops.com
Mashpee Public Library [HA]
508-539-1435 x3010, fax: 508-539-1437
64 Steeple Street, P.O. Box 657
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeema.gov/Pages/
MashpeeMA_Library/index
Mashpee Recreation
Department [HA]
508-539-1416, fax: 508-539-1447
16 Great Neck Road North
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeerec.com
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Mashpee Yacht Club
www.mashpeeyachtclub.com
Plymouth 400, Inc
508-812-2020
134 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
www.plymouth400inc.org
Rotary club of mashpee
P.O. Box 1124
Mashpee, MA 02649
Wopanaak Language
Reclamation Project
508-367-2714, fax: 866-285-9145
Judi Urquhart
P.O. Box 2241
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.wlrp.org
Pet Services & STORES
Caring Hearts Animal
Hospital/Baer’s Pet Depot [HA]
508-477-2525 or 508-477-2524
fax: 508-477-2521
Mashpee Commons, 7 North Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.baerspetdepot.com
Pharmacy
Walgreen’s [HA]
Frank Flanagan, Manager
508-477-0137, fax: 508-477-0361
South Cape Village, 21 South Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.walgreens.com
Photography
Dan Cutrona Photography
978-502-9512
www.DanCutrona.com
Gene Marchand Photography
508-771-5897
155 Bayview Street
West Yarmouth, MA 02673
Email: [email protected]
K Mac Photo
Kevin Mac
774-521-9710
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.KMacPhotography.com
Picture framING
HENSON JACKSON ART GALLERY
& FRAMERY [HA]
774-228-2494
29E South Street
South Cape Village
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
hensonjacksonartgallery.com
Lujean Printing Company
508-428-8700, fax: 508-428-8524
4507 Route 28
Cotuit, MA 02635
Email: [email protected]
www.LujeanPrinting.com
Property Management
Cedrone Contracting &
Property Management
781-964-1199
[email protected]
www.cedronecpm.com
Leighton Rentals
508-619-7658, fax: 508-619-4753
35 Route 134
South Dennis, MA 02660
Email: [email protected]
www.leightonrentals.com
REAL ESTATE/RENTALS
Atria Woodbriar [HA]
Senior Living
508-495-5500
389 Gifford Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
www.atriawoodbriar.com
J Miller Pictureframer
and Gallery [HA]
KenMark Office Systems, Inc. [HA] 508-539-3888
Deer Crossing Marketplace
508-539-8800, fax: 508-539-8801
340 Main Street (Rte. 130), P.O. Box 827 681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Suite A-15
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
www.jmillerpictureframer.com
www.kenmarkoffice.com
Cunningham Termite
& Pest Control
508-477-7603
7 Tuspaquin Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.cunninghampestcontrol.com
KenMark Office Systems, Inc. [HA]
508-539-8800, fax: 508-539-8801
340 Main Street (Rte. 130)
P.O. Box 827
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.kenmarkoffice.com
One Pointe Property
Management
508-477-7303, fax: 508-477-7848
111 Rock Landing Road
New Seabury, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.onepointe.com
Office Furniture &
Supplies
Pest Management
Printing & COPYING
Services
Woodruff’s Art Center [HA]
Gallery, Framing & Art Supplies
508-477-5767, fax: 508-477-5217
Mashpee Commons
1 North Market Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.woodruffsartcenter.com
BRIDGES BY EPOCH [HA]
Assisted Living for the Memory Impaired
508-477-0043
462 Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.bridgesbyEPOCH.com
Cape Cod Holiday Estates
508-477-3377
97 Four Seasons Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodholidayestates.com
www.mashpeechamber.com
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(CONT.)
Freitas Realty Group [HA]
508-457-0202, fax: 866-825-2963
South Cape Village
29 South Street, Unit B
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.CapeCodHomeSearcher.com
Kinlin Grover Real Estate [HA]
Real Estate Sales-Residential,
Commercial and Rental
508-477-2700, fax: 508-548-2400
Deer Crossing Marketplace
681 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), Unit B
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.kinlingrover.com/Mashpee
Leighton Realty
508-896-1222, fax: 508-619-4753
1069 Main Street
Brewster, MA 02631
www.leightonrealty.com
Leighton Rentals
508-619-7658, fax: 508-619-4753
35 Route 134
South Dennis, MA 02660
Email: [email protected]
www.leightonrentals.com
Little River Realty
Real Estate and Rental Properties
508-457-4200, fax: 508-548-2055
Cell: 508-274-2371
15 Riverside Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Mashpee Commons, LP
508-477-5400, fax: 508-477-4306
Mashpee Commons
13 Steeple Street
P.O. Box 1530
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.mashpeecommons.com
New Seabury Co., LP
508-477-8300; fax 508-477-7864
12 Mallway
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.newseaburyRE.com
New Seabury
Real Estate & Rentals
508-477-8300; fax: 508-477-7864
12 Mallway
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email Sales: [email protected]
Email Rentals: [email protected]
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O’Neill Real Estate [HA]
508-477-7550, fax: 508-477-1255
P.O. Box 625
Mashpee, MA 02649-1245
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodluxuryproperty.com
Sea Mist Resort
508-477-0549, fax: 508-539-0783
141 Great Neck Road South
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.seamistcapecod.com
Options 153 Real Estate
508-989-1092, fax: 774-228-2905
5 Joy Street
South Cape Village
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.LisaSellsHomes.com
South Cape Resort & Club
Festiva Resort Vacation
508-477-4700
950 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.festiva-southcape.com
Peninsula Council, Inc.
Home Owner’s Association
at New Seabury
508-539-0028
P.O. Box 286
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.peninsulacouncil.com
Popponesset Real Estate
(Sales)
508-477-6688; fax: 508-477-1112
At the Mashpee Rotary
Email: [email protected]
www.PopponessetRealEstate.com
Popponesset Real Estate
(Rentals)
508-477-1143; fax: 508-477-1531
Popponesset Marketplace
Email: [email protected]
www.PopponessetRealEstate.com
Real Estate Associates
508-477-7771, fax: 508-477-8141
Mashpee Commons
23 Fountain Street
P.O. Box 1605
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodhouses.com
Robert Paul Properties
Paul Grover / Bob Kinlin
508-540-9800, fax: 508-420-1472
279 Main Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Email: [email protected]
www.robertpaul.com
Seagrass Realty
508-477-6056, fax: 508-477-5871
Mashpee Commons
22 Steeple Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.seagrassre.com
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South Cape Village
508-477-9677
650 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.southcapevillage.com
Southport on Cape Cod
Condominium Association [HA]
508-539-1110
3 Southport Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.southportoncapecod.com
STARBOARD REAL ESTATE CAPE
COD, INC.
508-539-0310, fax: 888-712-1986
P.O. Box 2205
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.starboardrealestate.com
We Need a Vacation
781-239-1469, fax: 781-239-0474
297 Thousand Oaks Drive
Brewster, MA 02631
www.weneedavacation.com
Retail Offices
Mashpee Commons, LP
508-477-5400, fax: 508-477-4306
13 Steeple Street, P.O. Box 1530
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeecommons.com
South Cape Village [HA]
508-477-9677
650 Falmouth Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Season Workers
Peak Season Workforce
Jane Nichols-Bishop
508-292-3536
64 Blue Spruce Way
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
CELEBRATING MILESTONES
Senior Living
Atria Woodbriar [HA]
Senior Living
508-495-5500, 389 Gifford Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
www.atriawoodbriar.com
BRIDGES BY EPOCH [HA]
Assisted Living for the Memory
Impaired
508-477-0043
462 Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.bridgesbyEPOCH.com
New Seabury Co., LP
508-477-8300
12 Mallway
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.newseaburyRE.com
New Seabury
Real Estate & RENTALS
508-477-8300; fax: 508-477-7864
12 Mallway, Mashpee, MA 02649
Email Sales: [email protected]
Email Rentals: [email protected]
O’Neill Real Estate [HA]
508-477-7550, fax: 508-477-1255
P.O. Box 625
Mashpee, MA 02649-1245
Email: [email protected]
www.capecodluxuryproperty.com
Popponesset Real Estate
(Sales)
508-477-6688; fax: 508-477-1112
At the Mashpee Rotary
Email: [email protected]
www.PopponessetRealEstate.com
Popponesset Real Estate
(Rentals)
508-477-1143; fax: 508-477-1531
Email: [email protected]
www.PopponessetRealEstate.com
Day Signs
508-477-8824
4 Cappawack Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.daysigns.com
Southcape Resort & Club
Festiva Resort Vacation
508-477-4700
950 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28)
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.festiva-southcape.com
Telecommunications
& Business Services
We Need a Vacation
781-239-1469, fax: 781-239-0474
297 Thousand Oaks Drive
Brewster, MA 02631
Email: [email protected]
www.weneedavacation.com
BENCHMARK BUSINESS
SOLUTIONS, INC
Marketing and Operations Consulting
774-470-6066
222 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Email: [email protected]
www.mybenchmark.net
Comcast Business
978-825-2291
55 Concord Street
North Reading, MA 01864
www.business.comcast.com
Capewide Enterprises
Septic and Construction Waste
508-477-8877
153 Commercial Street
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.capewideenterprises.com
Sarian Company, Inc.
Waste/Wastewater Consulting
& Services
508-888-7262, fax: 508-888-8313
8 Jan Sebastian Way, Unit 24
Sandwich, MA 02563
Email: [email protected]
www.sarianco.com
Vacation Rentals
Cape Cod Holiday Estates
508-477-3377
97 Four Seasons Drive
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.capecodholidayestates.com
Leighton Rentals
508-619-7658, fax: 508-619-4753
35 Route 134
South Dennis, MA 02660
Email: [email protected]
www.leightonrentals.com
WebSITES & INTERNET
MARKETING
508 Marketing
Adrienne Baumann
508-965-3503
Email: [email protected]
www.508marketing.com
Little River Realty
Real Estate and Rental Properties
508-457-4200, fax: 508-548-2055
Cell: 508-274-2371
15 Riverside Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
Carol McLeod Design [HA]
508-477-7482
Madaket Place
766 Falmouth Road (Rte. 28), D18
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.orangem.com
New Seabury Co., LP
508-477-8300; fax 508-477-7864
12 Mallway, Mashpee, MA 02649
Southport on Cape Cod
Email: [email protected]
Condominium Association [HA] www.newseaburyRE.com
508-539-1110
3 Southport Drive
Popponesset Real Estate
Mashpee, MA 02649
(Rentals)
Email: [email protected] 508-477-1143; fax: 508-477-1531
www.southportoncapecod.com
Popponesset Marketplace
Email: [email protected]
www.PopponessetRealEstate.com
Signs
Calvert’s Graphics and Signs
Jason & Jen Calvert
774-454-2643
88 Old Brickyard Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.calvertsgraphicsandsigns.com
Waste & Wastewater
Coastal Mountain Creative
508-477-7749
P.O. Box 2766
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.icwebgroup.com
Wholesalers
SELL MY TIMESHARE NOW
877-815-4227, fax: 603-516-0757
100 Domain Dr. Suite 105
Exeter, NH 03833
Emial: [email protected]
www.sellmytimesharenow.com
Dimeco & Company
508-477-6370, fax: 508-477-0463
490 Main Street (Rte. 130)
Mashpee, MA 02649
Email: [email protected]
www.mashpeechamber.com
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TRANSPORTATION & TRAVEL
Town Of Mashpee Offices
Airlines
EMERGENCY – DIAL 911
Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines
866-CAPE-AIR
660 Barnstable Road
Hyannis, MA 02601
www.capeair.com
www.nantucketairlines.com
Buses
Bonanza/Peter Pan Bus Lines
1-888-751-8800
Pina Bus Lines
Bus Chartering
508-477-0399, fax: 508-477-0448
53 Bowdin Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
www.pinaenterprise.com
Plymouth & Brockton
Bus Lines
508-771-6191 or 1-800-352-7115
www.p-b.com
The Breeze
Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority
1-800-352-7155
www.thebreeze.info
FerrIES
Falmouth Edgartown Ferry
508-548-9400
278 Scranton Ave
Falmouth, MA 02540
www.falmouthedgartownferry.com
Hy-Line Cruises
508-778-2600
Ocean Street Docks
Hyannis, MA 02601
www.hy-linecruises.com
Island Queen/
Island Commuter Corp.
508-548-4800, fax: 508-457-0598
75 Falmouth Heights Road
Falmouth, MA 02540
Patriot Party Boats, Inc.
508-548-2626, fax: 508-548-1569
227 Clinton Avenue
Falmouth, MA 02540
www.patriotpartyboats.com
Steamship Authority
508-477-8600
www.steamshipauthority.com
TAXIS
Mashpee Taxi
508-477-4000
Travel AgencIES
Ambassador Travel
508-477-0057
3 West Crossfield Road
Forestdale, MA 02644
Email: [email protected]
Vacation Resorts International
866-469-8222 or 1-866-4MY-VACATION
www.vrivacations.com
chambers of commerce
Brewster
508-896-3500
www.brewstercapecod.org
Falmouth
508-548-8500
www.falmouthchamber.com
Orleans
508-255-1386
www.orleanscapecod.com
Cape Cod Canal Region
508-759-6000
www.capecodcanalchamber.org
Harwich
508-430-1165
www.harwichcc.com
Provincetown
508-487-3424
www.ptownchamber.com
Cape Cod
508-362-3225
www.capecodchamber.org
Hyannis Area
508-775-2201
www.hyannis.com
Sandwich
508-833-9755
www.sandwichchamber.com
Chatham
508-945-5199
www.chathaminfo.com
Martha’s Vineyard
508-693-0085
www.mvy.com
Truro
508-487-1288
www.trurochamberofcommerce.com
Dennis
508-398-3568
www.dennischamber.com
Mashpee
508-477-0792
www.mashpeechamber.com
Wellfleet
508-349-2510
www.wellfleetchamber.com
Eastham
508-240-7211
www.easthamchamber.com
Nantucket Island
508-228-1700
www.nantucketchamber.org
Yarmouth
508-778-1008
www.yarmouthcapecod.com
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CELEBRATING MILESTONES
ADMINISTRATION
Town Manager/Selectmen………………………………………………… 508-539-1401
Town Offices
Accounting………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1427
Animal Control ……………………………………………………………… 508-539-1442
Assessing…………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1404
Board of Appeals………………………………………………………… 508-539-1408
Board of Health…………………………………………………………… 508-539-1426
Building……………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1406
Conservation………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1424
Council on Aging…………………………………………………………… 508-539-1440
Fire & Rescue and EMS…………………………………………………… 508-539-1454
GIS…………………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1410
Harbormaster……………………………………………………………… 508-539-1450
Historical …………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1438
Human Resources ………………………………………………………… 508-539-1409
Information Technology…………………………………………………… 508-539-1410
Library ……………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1435
Kids Klub…………………………………………………………………… 508-539-9361
Police………………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1480
Public Works………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1420
Recreation Department…………………………………………………… 508-539-1416
Shellfish Officer……………………………………………………………… 508-539-1439
Town Clerk (licenses, beach stickers)…………………………………… 508-539-1418
Town Hall…………………………………………………………………… 508-539-1400
Town Planner ……………………………………………………………… 508-539-1414
Treasurer/Tax Collector …………………………………………………… 508-539-1419
Transfer Station …………………………………………………………… 508-477-3056
OTHER OFFICES
Consumer Assistance Council…………………………………………… 508-771-0700
Indian Education…………………………………………………………… 508-539-1557
Poison Control……………………………………………………………… 800-682-9211
Wampanoag Indian Museum……………………………………………… 508-477-3997
Waquoit Bay N.E.R.R……………………………………………………… 508-457-0495
Water District ……………………………………………………………… 508-477-6767
PLACES OF WORSHIP
Falmouth Jewish Congregation…………………………………………… 508-540-0602
First Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ ………………………………… 508-477-1505
Forestdale Baptist Church ………………………………………………… 508-477-1409
Mashpee Baptist Church ………………………………………………… 508-477-1330
Mashpee Congregational Church………………………………………… 508-477-9211
Our Savior Lutheran Church ……………………………………………… 508-477-4966
The Parish of Christ The King …………………………………………… 508-477-7700
PUBLIC Schools
SCHOOL Administrators
Brian Hyde
Superintendent of Schools
Michele Brady
Administrator of Special Education
508-539-1503
150A Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Kenneth C. Coombs School
Pre-School – Grade 2
Wendy Lithwin, Principal
508-539-1520
152 Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Quashnet School
Grades 3 – 6
Patricia DeBoer, Principal
508-539-1550
150 Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee Middle School
Grades 7 – 8
Sean M. Gilrein, Principal
508-539-3600
500 Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
Mashpee High School
Grades 9 – 12
Sean M. Gilrein, Principal
508-539-3600
500 Old Barnstable Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
OTHER EDUCATIONAL
FACILITIES
Cape Cod Regional Technical
High School
508-432-4500
www.mashpeechamber.com
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Rotary)
Marketplace
(508)
419-7226
www.newseaburyRE.com
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information
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Rentals (508) 477-1143
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