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A WARM WELCOME, YEAR-ROUND

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hile the summer months are, of course, the most popular time to enjoy Cape Cod, the seasons here come with their own special vibes that make each visit feel new. Plan around one of the many fun events happening year round for a truly authentic experience.

SPRING SPLENDOR Cape Cod bursts to life when spring arrives - the good days are prizewinners and there are unusual moments to seize that won’t be repeated any other time of year. Our spring picks: In March, look for the right whales to return to Cape Cod Bay. April brings Daffodil Days at Spohr Gardens {April 23 + 30} and Aston’s Bloody Mary Mix-Off Autism Awareness Fundraiser {April 17} at EmBargo. Brewster In Bloom celebrates its 30th year May 6-8 and on May 21, local female musicians team up with nationally known acts for the Cape Cod Women’s Music Festival at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis. A quintessential Cape Cod tradition, the Figawi Charity Ball {May 21} & Race Weekend {May 2830} marks the annual sailing race from Hyannis to Nantucket.

SWEET SUMMER There’s no doubt that Cape Cod shines in summertime. Now is the time for Cape Cod Baseball League games, sipping a Cape Cod Beer, and making memories. Kick off the season at the Provincetown International Film Festival {June 1519}. Honor Cape Cod’s Native people at the 95th Wampanoag Tribal Pow Wow {July 1-3, Mashpee} before enjoying classic Fourth of July celebrations in almost every village. Find wellness by the sea at the 3rd annual Love Yoga Fest Cape Cod {August 6+7, Hyannis}. Support our local commercial fishermen at the annual Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance “Hookers Ball,” one of the best events of the summer {August 6, Chatham}!

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FESTIVE FALL Our worst-kept secret? For locals, summer begins in September. This shoulder season is truly the time to be on Cape – stellar weather and the kind of events you will want to plan long weekends around. Ride the Last Gasp, a 62-mile bike ride from Sandwich to Provincetown for charity {Sept. 18}. Then comes a trio of fun, family friendly festivals: WOMR’s CranJam at the Annual Harwich Cranberry Arts & Music Festival {Sept. 17 + 18}, the 3rd annual Vinegrass Festival of roots and Americana music at Truro Vineyards {October 2}, which is fast becoming a classic event; and of course, the legendary Wellfleet Oyster Fest {Oct. 15+16} – a dreamlike meeting of freshly shucked local bivalves, cold beer, delicious food, local shopping, great friends, and rocking music.

WINTER WONDER Cape Cod winters are both unpredictable and a bit magical. Hosted by Cape Cod musical icon Chandler Travis, the annual Christmas Cavalcade is a down Cape tradition that benefits the Noah Shelter for the homeless and features an incredible line up of local musicians. There is nothing more festive than a holiday stroll in any one of our quaint villages lit up with twinkle lights and bursting with good cheer – check lovelivelocal.com for dates. First Night events in Chatham and Sandwich have become legendary over the years, with a First Light Provincetown event joining the party most recently. Once you have recovered from the festivities, you can focus on training for the 2017 Hyannis Marathon in February!

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he bottom line? Wear layers, pack a sense of adventure and call ahead during the shoulder and off-seasons to make sure your destination is open and you are sure to fall in love with our Cape Cod!

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WHY SHOP LOCAL?

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ast year, we introduced our ‘Shop Local’ infographic in order to demonstrate how dollars spent in Cape Cod businesses tend to generate more money for the Cape overall, and we encouraged consumers to shift just $50 of

their spending from a national or online store to a local establishments in order to generate millions of additional dollars for our local economy. We often hear that it can be hard to find necessities at local stores, and there is a perception that goods and services purchased locally tend to be more expensive. LoveLiveLocal co-founder Amanda Converse decided to explore what it would be like to spend a majority of her income at locally owned establishments. So, for all of 2015 Amanda analyzed her spending habits, as well as discovered where and how to spend a majority of her money locally. As someone who was already a

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conscious local consumer (it is kind of our “thing”), she found it to be an interesting exercise in analyzing her spending habits from home décor and swimsuits, down to where she replaced her car battery and filled up on gas. The overarching lesson of this evaluation was that by shopping smart consumers can localize their spending without trying too hard and without spending more. If we were all more connected to our community (online and IRL) we could certainly gain the knowledge needed to do so. It might take a little more effort in the beginning (as anything new does), but the literal and figurative payoffs to the community in terms of increased wages and salaries, and supporting local nonprofits and community organizations is worth it. Its beaches and natural beauty certainly make Cape Cod special, but the local shops, restaurants and cultural attractions make Cape Cod unique from every other coastal town, and the people who own them and work for them give this place its character. So, in our opinion one of the best ways to show the local love is to shop at locally owned stores, dine at locally owned restaurants and use local providers for personal and business services. Shop local… It matters!


IT MATTERS. LoveLiveLocal has even encouraged consumers to post their local purchases online (for the chance to win LLL swag and a cash prize) using the hashtag #ishoplocalcapecod to show the cyber world just how easy and special it is to choose Cape Cod-owned businesses first. Our holiday contest winner shared about her experience:

It really wasn’t hard ... if I had no idea “ what to get someone for the holidays I was WAY more likely to find inspiration in a small local shop than a big box store - more unique choices. I was also surprised to see the response to my posts - lots of comments like ‘I love that place,’ or even better, ‘Oh! I forgot about them, I’ll have to go there!’ Thanks so much for the motivation! - Casey Gallant, Orleans

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UPPER CAPE The Upper Cape is the entryway to the Cape consisting of the towns of Bourne, Sandwich, Falmouth and Mashpee. Much of the area has an old New England feel and you can explore and experience the beginning of Cape Cod from the Native Americans to the first settlers. The Upper Cape also houses one of the most prominent American centers of science in Woods Hole.

ENJOY THE SHOW

EXPLORE 1. Take the “beach route” to Woods

Hole. Make your way along Menauhant Road in East Falmouth along Surf Drive to Nobska Road, stopping at Nobska Light for a breathtaking view. Once in tiny Woods Hole, you will find a foodlover’s dream, along with unique shops, and plenty of incredible views. Kids will love the free aquarium! Hop the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard for an easy day trip.

2. Spend an afternoon at beautiful

Scorton Creek in Sandwich. Pack a picnic or grab lunch to go from nearby Riverview Café, rent kayaks {Rideaway Kayaks is just next door on Route 6A} or simply walk through the miles of peaceful trails. It is also a great spot for paddleboarding and fishing.

Carousel of Light Falmouth go with the kids during summer at Mullen Hall and as a date night for offseason movie night fundraisers at the Falmouth Cinema Pub Highfield Hall Falmouth catch the finest in jazz, bluegrass, chamber, ragtime, piano + violin music at this magnificently restored 1878 estate Grumpy’s Pub Falmouth this beloved dive features some of the best live rock, blues, funk, reggae and roots acts around Brazen Belles Burlesque various combining theatrical, dance, and sketch comedy elements from many eras, this racy troupe performs at a variety of venues

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Trading Post in Bourne to get a sense of Cape Cod’s earliest roots. Operated by the Bourne Historical Society, this replica of a 1627 trading post used by Plymouth colonists and the Native Wampanoag people includes a wildflower garden and a museum store.

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UPPER CAPE ENJOY

1. Visit the Coonamessett Farm stand or general store to pick up locally grown produce and specialty goods. To pick your own crops year round and receive discounts on special events, become a farm member. Keep an eye out for their popular special dinner events like Jamaican Night Buffets!

2. A day of rejuvenation in Mashpee starts with a class at Innerglow Yoga or The Center

at Entire Health and Wellness. Treat yourself to a relaxing service at Painted Red Nails or nearby Therapeutic Bodyworks, and cap off the day by enjoying the shops and eateries at Mashpee Commons. Looking for kid-friendly way to end the day? Discover and play at The Cape Cod Children’s Museum or spend an afternoon of fun in the sun at South Cape Beach, followed by bowling at The Lanes.

3. See artisans at work {and maybe try your hand at a piece}. Glassblowing is a popular tradition on Cape Cod, one that you can see happening hourly at Sandwich Glass Museum. For a more intimate studio experience, check out out McDermott Glass Studios annual Glass Jam or simply stop by. The Barn Pottery in Pocasset welcomes studio drop-ins and offers “couples clay-dates” and other classes all year round!

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Coffee Obsession practically an institution in Woods Hole + Falmouth, “Coffee O” won’t disappoint for an old-school coffee shop experience

Osteria La Civetta superb Italian cuisine made with fresh, local ingredients makes this Falmouth wine bar a local favorite

The Chart Room, Cataumet in the mood for “boat drinks” in a

Bear in Boots Gastropub Falmouth’s home for comfort food doesn’t disappoint, and they have an impressive list of brews to match. Don’t miss the desserts!

marina setting? this is your spot. Organic Market Juice Bar get a healthy fix of fresh non-GMO, organic goodness at the juice and smoothie bar tucked inside the market in Mashpee Commons

Quick’s Hole Tavern “wicked fresh” farm-to-table fare and killer cocktails, our go-to for Woods Hole sunset views!

The Herring Run in Sandwich (they migrate in spring!) {Heidi - Falmouth}

Trevi Café & Wine Bar cozy mediterranean tapas in Mashpee Commons - boasts a solid wine list and hearty entrées for those who need more than a nibble

Shining Sea Pathway (10 miles of bike trail from North Falmouth to Woods Hole) {Jenny - Sandwich}

Pickle Jar Kitchen (Falmouth) inventive, original + just plain good breakfast and lunch eats in the heart of Falmouth

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UPPER CAPE ART The Barn Pottery

359 Barlows Landing Road, Pocasset thebarnpottery.com thebarnpottery@gmail.com 508.564.8055 Kimberly Sheerin and Hollis Engley make highfired functional stoneware pottery at The Barn Pottery in the Bourne village of Pocasset. The Barn’s shed gallery is open every day year-round 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Evening pottery classes for adults year-round and children’s classes in the summer.

Partner Projects Studio

18 Beach Street, Monument Beach (Bourne) partnerprojectstradingpost.com infamoso@gmail.com 207.332.9470 Partner Projects is the studio/gallery of Tim Ellis Cole. PPTP offers fine art, a line of prints, apparel & accessories as well as commissions for murals, illustration & design, event invitations, birth announcements, hand-painted surfboards, etc. Studio visits encouraged Open T:10-6, W:10-2, Th:1-8, F:12-8, Sat:12-4.

FARM • GARDEN CENTER

FOOD PRODUCTS

Scenic Roots

349 Route 6A, Sandwich scenicrootsgardencenter.com 508.888.0044 Locally owned by the Kutil family since 1986, trust Scenic Roots with your lawn, garden and pest problems. They carry all your garden and nursery basics. They also grow their own annuals, vegetables, and herbs. They want to educate and inspire you to make your lives easier and your gardens successful.

Cape Cod Coffee

348 Main Street (Route 130), Mashpee Capecodroasters.com 508.477.2400 Cape Cod Coffee was founded in 1970 as a family owned and operated coffee business. Today, Cape Cod Coffee continues the family tradition by providing only the finest quality coffees and best personal service. We take considerable care in selecting the highest quality coffee beans and tailoring each of our roasts to bring out the best aspects of our coffees.

PRODUCTS Hot Diggity Designs

1 Central Square, Mashpee hotdiggityonline.com Hot Diggity Designs creates, designs and manufactures posh products for you and your pup right here on Cape Cod. Choose from their Collars for Causes line and 10% of your purchase is donated to select non-profits benefiting wildlife and human life across Cape Cod. Find them at Hot Diggity in Mashpee Commons, Hot Diggity Dog Wash & Boutique in Dennis Port and boutiques across the Cape and Islands.

Nobska Farms

9 Nobska Road, Woods Hole (Falmouth) NobskaFarms.com Rooster@NobskaFarms.com 617.480.0876 Nobska Farms, located in the village of Woods Hole, uses organic methods to grow over 100 varieties of chili peppers from mild to wild. The peppers are transformed into bold and spicy sauce, jelly, and chocolate. Products are available at local retail stores and online at NobskaFarms. com. Go visit them!

RETAIL Gray Gables Market

185 Shore Road,Bourne 508.743.5587 Gray Gables is Bourne’s local, family-owned market, featuring a wonderful selection of local, natural and specialty items. Come by to pick up groceries, meats, cheeses, produce, baked goods, beer, wine, liquor and coffee, or enjoy specialty sandwiches, salads, soups, pizzas and prepared foods. Gray Gables Market is open seven days a week, year round.

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innerglow yoga

30 Steeple Street, Mashpee innerglowyogacapecod.com info@innerglowyogacapecod.com 508.477.9642 innerglow yoga is Upper Cape Cod’s premier yoga studio! Please stop by and see their beautiful space to take a class or browse in the shop. Their sole mission is to introduce you to the path of becoming your truest, happiest self, one breath at a time. Come flow, breathe and challenge yourself while igniting your inner glow.


UPPER CAPE RETAIL Mommy & Me

Organic Market

32 Market Street, Mashpee omorganicmarket.com 774.361.6075

Natural Parenting Boutique & Consignment

1 Locust St. Falmouth MommyMeCapeCod.com 774.255.1375 A consignment store & so much more! We are a Natural Parenting Boutique featuring locally made products, Natursutten, LILLEBaby carriers, Maya Wrap ring slings, Earth Mama Angel Baby, natural cleaning products and more! Also featuring, beautiful new & gently used designer Children's & Maternity clothing and gear at a fraction of the retail price!

Periwinkles Gifts

Next to the Chart Room 1 Shipyard Lane, Cataumet (Bourne) 508.563.3077 This seasonal gift store has been delighting families on Cape Cod for over 30 years. They sell many Cape Cod made products: On Cape Time Signs, Pocasset Pretzels, Austin Sportwear, Little Bird Beads Jewelry, On the Cape Jewelry, One Nautical Mile Jewelry, Cabo Cado Bags, Tidal Effects Clothing, and more.

Founded in 1978 with the vision to help people change the way they eat, Organic Market has grown to become Cape Cod’s largest independent organic grocer. OM’s mission: To create community and culture through the products they sell and the experience they provide to their customers.

Snow Goose Shop

2 Tupper Road, Sandwich SnowGooseShop.com 508.888.8441 Snow Goose loves Cape Cod and they bring you local products from across the Cape. At the Snow Goose Shop you will find apparel, home decor, cards and gifts. They shop local so you can too! They thank you for supporting Cape Cod businesses!

SERVICES Cape Cod Yoga School

18 Steeple Street, Mashpee ccyogaschool.com michelle@innerglowyogacapecod.com 508.477.9642 Deepen your practice, advance your teaching and learn more about every aspect of yoga with Cape Cod Yoga School. Specialize your teaching with monthly workshops on Restorative Yoga, Traumasensitive Yoga or Yoga Teacher Tune-ups, in the areas of meditation, pranayama and advanced postures. Offering 100-hour training (September, January); 200-hour immersion (July, September); and 300-hour advanced training.

Solar Rising

759 Falmouth Rd Ste 8, Mashpee Solarrising.net Info@SolarRising.net 508.744.6284 Solar Rising is a worker-owned, Cape Cod based full service solar installation company providing electrical services and complete maintenance on large scale projects. They have over 30 years of combined experience installing and servicing residential and commercial systems. Attention to detail and maintaining a lasting relationship with their customers is key to what separates them from the rest.

Horsley Witten Group

90 Route 6A, Sandwich horsleywitten.com 508.833.6600 Horsley Witten Group is a leading edge engineering, planning, and environmental consulting firm. Our multidisciplinary team approach integrates resilience, sustainable civil engineering, urban design, and landscape architecture. Our services include site design, green infrastructure, smart growth planning and community design, zoning regulation review, water and natural resources assessment, and emergency preparedness.

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MID-CAPE As its moniker suggests the Mid-Cape is the center of Cape Cod in geography. Barnstable, Yarmouth, and Dennis are bustling and beautiful year round, as they are also the centers of commerce, entertainment and health care.

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for trail walking, bird watching, and exploring butterfly-filled meadows. Take in stunning views of Sandy Neck Barrier Beach and the Great Salt Marsh – plus two-and-a-half miles of woodland trails. You can even tour Barnstable Seafarms’ oyster grant {seasonally available}, with an info session and oyster sampling!

2. See the Cape from offshore and

experience our marine life with Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises out of Barnstable – it is a truly breathtaking adventure. Naturalists on board expertly point out whales by name and even their backstory. Tip: read the website before you go for important info to make your trip the best!

3. Get your art on. With two official

Cultural Districts – Hyannis and Barnstable – the Mid Cape offers many ways to enjoy the sandbar’s creative talent. The newly renovated Cahoon Museum in Cotuit {open May 2016}, the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis, Cultural Center of Cape Cod in Yarmouth, The Little Beach Gallery in Hyannis, and Faces Gallery in Dennis include just a few options to inspire. {artscapecod.org is a fantastic resource for events!}

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everything is fresh and seasonal! Naked Oyster Bistro relaxed fine dining in Hyannis – sip a drink and enjoy their own oysters at the bar or be seated for the fully French Atlantic-inspired seafood experience Tumi sophisticated, hip Peruvian-Italian cuisine in Hyannis where ceviche and a pisco sour shine - both vegetarians and carnivores will be impressed Misaki long-standing local favorite for the freshest, best sushi on Cape Cod, tucked into a side street off of West Main Street, Hyannis Red Nun Dennis Port local brews, great burgers, a totally todie-for Buddha Bowl - great for kids and larger parties!

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MID-CAPE ENJOY

1. Start your Dennis day out picking up made-to-order sandwiches, fresh-squeezed

juices and even vegan delights at the Underground Bakery. Bask by the Bay at Mayflower Beach {great for families}, then bring the kids for a cone at The Ice Cream Smuggler. Once the sun sets, head to Chapin’s for relaxed drinks and local music or pick up hostess gifts at deepBlue or Sapori d’Italia before dinner with friends.

2. Walk the Old Yarmouth Historical Society Nature Trails in Yarmouth Port {by the

Faith Tufts Gatehouse near the post office}. Start with coffee and a beautiful baked treat at Happy Fish Bakery, then wander down to Design Works, where you will find an eclectic mix of home goods and accessories, and the historic Hallett’s Store & Museum, a throwback to 1889!

3. Double up on craft beer tours. In Hyannis, kid- and dog-friendly Cape Cod Beer is a

year-round destination with game nights, hula hoop classes, an outdoor beer garden and a hot dog truck during the warm months – not to mention great brews. Devil’s Purse Brewing in South Dennis gets rave reviews for its Skywave Provisional Saison. Call ahead to both for tour times!

SIP Nirvana Coffee Company a Barnstable Village gem, offering a consistent cup of coffee + delectable grab-and-go snacks EmBargo house-infused vodkas + dozens of signature cocktails pair perfectly with fresh tapas and a cool vibe Ocean House head to this Dennis Port beach bar for a night of fine cocktails and raw bar with stunning Nantucket Sound views The Local Juice cold-pressed organic juice + smoothies just off South Street, Hyannis behind The Little Beach Gallery coming summer 2016

LOCALS' PICKS BYOB at Sesuit Harbor Café - share a table with strangers and watch the boats while the sun sets! {Casey - Chatham} Love the lunch options at Peterson's on 6A in Yarmouth - a delicious variety of hot foods, sandwiches and salads, and fresh dinner options, too! {Sarah - Hyannis}

ENJOY THE SHOW Cotuit Center for the Arts Barnstable (Town) an exceptional community arts center showcasing artists, musicians, major theatrical productions and other unique events that you won’t want to miss Harvest Gallery & Wine Bar Dennis a vibrant year-round scene featuring jazz, acoustic, bluegrass plus a locally inspired bar menu and ever-changing wine list Pain D’Avignon Hyannis superb French bakery by day, chic boîte by night - fantastic live music and a swanky scene O’Shea’s Olde Inne West Dennis hear local musicians every night with occasional special guests; join a traditional Irish seisún every Sunday

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FARM • GARDEN CENTER

Barnstable Harbor Ecotours

Agway of Cape Cod

243 Mill Way, Barnstable barnstableecotours.com captainjoenastasi@gmail.com 508.221.6126 Join them on a two-hour ecotour of quiet and majestic Barnstable Harbor aboard the spacious and comfortable boat, the Horseshoe Crab! Guided by expert naturalists, the tours feature a wealth of natural and historic delights for the whole family.

1005 Main Street, South Dennis agwaycapecod.com info@agwaycapecod.com 508.945.1555 Serving the Cape for over 20 years, Agway of Cape Cod is locally owned and operated by the Wile Family. Agway is your trusted source for lawn, garden and pet supplies including many local products. Agway has three convenient locations in Orleans, South Dennis and Chatham.

Cape Cod Organic Farm

Cape Cod Foodie Tours

Hyannis (Barnstable) capecodfoodietours.com 1.800.656.0713 Cape Cod Foodie Tours is a seasonal walking food tour company which offers an exceptional culinary experience! Your "Hungry in Hyannis" food tour will begin at the West End of Hyannis' Main Street. From there your guide will take you to explore and sample some of the freshest, tastiest food on Cape! For tickets 1.800.656.0713 or capecodfoodietours.com.

Hyannis Whale Watcher

269 Millway Road Barnstable whales.net | whales@whales.net 800.287.0374 Cruise aboard the Mid-Cape’s only Whale Watch sailing daily from mid-April through October from picturesque Barnstable Harbor. For over 30 years, Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises has provided whale watching eco-tours to Stellwagen Bank, for people of all ages, from all over the globe!

3675 Main Street (Rt.6A) Barnstable capecodorganicfarm.org info@capecodorganicfarm.org 508.362.3573 Cape Cod Organic Farm is a certified organic diversified farm specializing in growing vegetables, fruits, flowers and raising Heritage Breed Pigs. We sell our pork products at the farm stand and at various Farmer's Markets. We also offer CSA shares in Summer and Fall. Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun 10am-4pm

Sabatia Flower Farm

125 Oak Street, W. Barnstable sabatiaflowerfarm.com 508.221.2523 Sabatia Flower Farm specializes in a wide variety of cut flowers from Oriental Lilies, available March through November, and seasonal field grown cuts from Asters to Zinnias as well as bedding plants and potted perennials. Look for their honor system Farm Carts on Oak St., W Barnstable and Main St., Marstons Mills. Ask your florist if they are using Sabatia flowers!

ART Gallery Artrio

50 Pearl Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) galleryartrio.com 508.827.4909 Located in the heart of downtown Hyannis’ cultural district and voted "Best of the Cape & the Islands" in 2014 & 2015, Gallery Artrio features oil, pastel, and blown glass from award-winning regional artists, as well as exquisite hand-wrought jewelry. You’ll find beautiful, exceptional work on the walls, on the shelves, and even on the lawn in the busy summer season. Summer 2016 exhibit schedule and hours at galleryartrio.com. Free parking.

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The Studio by the Sea

292 Main Street, Hyannis TheStudiobytheSea.com Sarah@thestudiobythesea.com 508.775.2552 Memories of summer and beautiful Cape Cod, captured timelessly in beach portraits by Sarah Thornington of The Studio by the Sea. Family portraits, high school senior photos, children's portraiture on the beaches of Cape Cod. Isn't it time for your family portrait?


MID-CAPE FOOD PRODUCTS Barnstable Seafarms

98 Governor’s Way, Barnstable barnstableseafarms.net info@barnstableseafarms.net 508.566.7686 Barnstable Seafarms sustainably produces some of Cape Cod’s finest shellfish. Give your next special event a truly local flavor with one of their raw bars, look for Sandy Neck Oysters in restaurants, or order online - they ship oysters and littlenecks nationally, year-round. Don’t miss their oyster farm tours, led by the Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary.

The Local Juice

539 South St, Hyannis thelocaljuice.com thelocaljuice@gmail.com The Local Juice is a cold-pressed juice company run by Registered Dietitian and local food enthusiast Nicole Cormier and artist and community advocate Jen Villa. They are dedicated to creating delicious and nutritious juices that are made with locally-sourced and organic produce. Juices are available at various farmers’ markets and at their juice + smoothie bar in Hyannis!

Cape Cod Beer

1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis (Barnstable) CapeCodBeer.com 508.790.4200 Founded in 2004, Cape Cod Beer is Cape Cod’s original microbrewery, dedicated to fresh, handcrafted beer. Located in Hyannis, Cape Cod Beer is available on draft and in cans from Plymouth to Provincetown. The brewery is open year round, 6 days a week for tours, tastings and events, and the brewery store features a large selection of products made on Cape Cod.

Robin’s Toffee by the Sea

572 Main Street, West Yarmouth robinstoffeebythesea.com robinstoffee@gmail.com Robin’s Toffee by the Sea offers “Deliciously Addictive” homemade toffee in various flavors and is sold locally on Cape Cod and beyond. It also makes a great event “favor” and custom orders are welcome!

LODGING Red Jacket Resorts

Barnstable Yarmouth Dennis

1358 Route 28, South Yarmouth RedJacketResorts.com 800.RJACKET Seven New England resorts from the Nantucket Sound beaches of Cape Cod, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of North Conway, New Hampshire. Offering 800 rooms and other accommodations with ocean, golf course or mountain views for your family vacations, couples escapes, weddings, meetings and special events.

Lamb and Lion Inn

2504 Main Street, Barnstable lambandLion.com info@lambandlion.com 508-362-6823 "A classic Cape Cod Inn with the spirit of a small hotel" ~ Car & Driver. Courtyard with solar-heated salt water pool, year-round hot tub. Massage, Reiki, yoga studio. Free self guided driving tours and lots of privacy. "One of the Top 10 PET FRIENDLY properties in the world!" ~ CNN, 2014

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MID-CAPE ORGANIZATIONS Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District 397 Main Street, Hyannis hyannismainstreet.com 508.775.7982

The Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District (BID) is a private nonprofit organization developed to promote the community and economic development of the Hyannis Main Street district as a desirable place to live, work, invest and visit. Hyannis Main Street blends a downtown area of shopping, dining and entertainment with the charming ideals of quaint Cape Cod. Each year, locals and visitors alike continue to visit and discover Hyannis Main Street, Cape Cod’s Downtown.

Rotary Club of Hyannis

hyannisrotary.org Meeting Thursdays at 12:15 pm, Hyannis Country Club, 1840 Iyannough Road The Rotary Club of Hyannis, a member of Rotary International, is a diverse group of professional men and women who give of their time and talent for the benefit of the community. A member of Rotary International, the Hyannis Rotary Club welcomes new and emerging community leaders to join in the fellowship and service of this worldwide organization.

PRODUCTS Adirondack Chair Co of Cape Cod

280 (rear) Route 28, West Yarmouth adirondackchaircapecod.com kwcloud@adirodackchaircapecod.com 774.268.0907 Manufacturer of quality, handcrafted Adirondack styled furniture. Made from 1” thick, furniture grade western red cedar with stainless steel fasteners and waterproof adhesives. Call for an appointment, visit the website, or find them at a Cape Cod craft fair.

DEVINTO Design Studio

535 South St., Hyannis (Barnstable) (Inside Shift Boutique) info@devinto.net devinto.net DEVINTO is an ethically conscious contemporary clothing brand and a design studio that produces made to order clothing with eco-friendly and sustainable fabrics. Each piece of DEVINTO clothing is designed and produced locally in the Hyannis studio right here on Cape Cod. The designs are equally focused on comfort, simple yet elegant style, sustainability and longevity.

CrossFit Hyannis & GRIND 70 Center Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) greatnessrisesineachnewday.com Katie@crossfithyannis.com 508.280.1328

CrossFit Hyannis is located in downtown Hyannis and is a gym dedicated to helping people of all levels of fitness to get healthier, stronger, and fitter. CFHY is also the home of GRIND: Greatness Rises In each New Day a lifestyle and apparel company that exists to inspire and unite those who believe in the immeasurable value of working for what they want in all aspects of their lives.

Summer House Soaps

1336 Phinney’s Lane, Hyannis (Barnstable) summerhousesoaps.com ann@summerhousesoaps.com Fine handcrafted soaps and body care products that capture the feeling of summer on Cape Cod. Visit their soap factory (located next to Cape Cod Beer) and outlet store for gifts, classes, and more. Soapmaking demonstration at 10:30 AM every Friday from Memorial Day till Columbus Day. Visit summerhousesoaps.com for hours of operation and directions.

RESTAURANTS AMIE Bakery

3 Wianno Ave, Osterville (Barnstable) amiebakerycc.com info@amiebakerycc.com 508.428.1005 AMIE Bakery is a small, specialty retail bakery in the quaint village of Osterville. They bake daily from scratch in small batches using ingredients from small, artisanal producers who share the same philosophy of using locally sourced ingredients and take great care to create their products. They serve traditional pastries, cakes, cookies, as well as breakfast and lunch items.

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Blue Plate Diner

3226 Main Street, Barnstable 508.362.3302 The Blue Plate Diner serves up the Best of Cape Cod’s local and fresh food and flavor! Located in the heart of Barnstable Village they are just minutes away from the Hyannis Whale Watch, Barnstable Harbor, the Sturgis Library, Mills Beach and local shops and artists. Go and visit The Blue Plate before or after your Cape Cod adventure!


MID-CAPE RESTAURANTS Clean Slate Eatery 702 Rt 28, West Dennis cleanslateeatery.com chef@cleanslateeatery.com

At Clean Slate Eatery, food is about experiencing tastes and textures, and creating community connections. Using only the best ingredients, Clean Slate emphasizes local sourcing whenever possible. Guests may choose from a six-course traditional or vegetarian tasting menu that changes weekly with the seasons.

Katie’s Ice Cream

568 Main Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) Katiesicecreamcapecod.com 508.771.6889

Katie’s continually strives to make the most delicious, creamiest, and mouth-wateringly savory ice cream on Cape Cod. That’s why they make all of their ice cream on the premises, with only the finest ingredients, in small batches daily so that you can enjoy your summer with your friends, your family and their award-winning ice cream!

Nirvana Coffee Company 3206 Main Street, Barnstable facebook.com/NirvanaCoffeeCo 508.744.6983

Created out of necessity for a great cup of coffee, Nirvana Coffee Company brings the gourmet coffee culture to Cape Cod. Situated in the picturesque MidCape village of Barnstable on beautiful Route 6A, Nirvana offers the perfect respite to enjoy great coffee drinks, delicious pastries, mouthwatering sandwiches and creative salads.

Red Pheasant Inn 905 Main Street, Dennis redpheasantinn.com 508.385.2133

The Red Pheasant Inn is a long standing supporter of produce and seafood from local farms. They strive for freshness, relationships with local growers and a low carbon footprint for a healthy community. Dinner is served in the charm of a 200-year-old barn with a cozy bar and beautiful gardens.

Spoon and Seed

12 Thornton Drive, Hyannis spoonandseed.com spoonandseed@gmail.com 774.470.4634 Spoon and Seed is a farm to table inspired breakfast and lunch restaurant serving classic comfort food with a refined, worldly touch. A local eatery cooking and serving with love.

Hearth n’ Kettle

1225 Iyannough Rd., Hyannis (Barnstable) 1196 Main Street, South Yarmouth HearthnKettle.com 508.568.2935 | 508.394.2252 A local, family owned restaurant that’s been a mainstay for Cape Codders and visitors since 1973. All food is made-from-scratch, on premises, and every item on the menu is put through a 3-part testing process. Only if it is wholesome, great tasting and competitively priced will it be “H ‘n K Approved.”

Naked Oyster

410 Main Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) nakedoyster.com 508.778.6500 Rooted in the grand culinary tradition of France, executive chef and owner Florence Lowell invites you to relax and enjoy a true bistro experience in downtown Hyannis. Oysters fresh from her seafarm in pristine Barnstable Harbor are showcased along with locally sourced and carefully prepared seafood, meats, and vegetables. Bon appetit!

Pizza Barbone

390 Main Street, Hyannis pizzabarbone.com info@pizzabarbone.com 508.957.2377 Pizza Barbone started serving their Neapolitan wood-fired pizza in the Spring of 2010 when Jason and Ali O’Toole trekked across the state with their mobile pizza oven. Pizza Barbone is dedicated to using seasonal, fresh ingredients and creating dishes from scratch. The vegetables can’t get much more local than their rooftop garden, soaking up Cape Cod’s sunshine and sea-salted air.

Underground Bakery

780 Main Street (Route 6A), Dennis theundergroundbakery.com info@theundergroundbakery.com 508.385.4700 Scratch-baked muffins, scones, cakes, pastries, breads, biscotti and other treats. Breakfast and lunch all day, meals to go, and holiday specialties ALL MADE ON SITE. Organic, fair-trade Indigo Coffees. Cozy atmosphere, friendly service. Hours: 6a-5p Mon-Sat; 6a-3:30p Sun.

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MID-CAPE RETAIL Cape Cod Package Store

Fine Wine & Spirits 1495 Falmouth Road, Centerville CapeCodPackageStore.com info@capecodpackagestore.com 508.­775.­2065 Offering quality, hand selected fine wines, along with a wide variety of craft spirits & microbrews to satisfy your entertaining and fine dining needs. We pride ourselves on our friendly and knowledgeable service. Try before you buy with FREE in­store wine tastings, everyday! E­commerce and local delivery. Special events include seminars & dinners.

Centerville Yoga & Wellness Center

1600 Falmouth Road Bell Tower Mall, Centerville centervilleyoga.com 508.775.1422 info@centervilleyoga.com Centerville Yoga & Wellness Center on Cape Cod offers an integrative approach to health and wellbeing through various healing modalities in their warm and welcoming space. Find locally made jewelry and beauty products, yoga and wellness accessories, and art to inspire your soul in their retail shop, open 9:00-5:00 pm on weekdays, 9:00-1:00 on Saturdays & Sundays.

Faces Gallery and Studio

668 Main St, Dennis Port facesgallery.com 508.694.5153 hello@facesgallery.com Faces is an artist owned and operated gallery and studio space located in Dennis Port, MA. With a desire to integrate art into the everyday, Faces celebrates the versatility of creative expression by featuring an array of visual and functional art from a contemporary arts based initiative on Cape Cod.

Sapori d'Italia

766 Route 6A, Dennis (corner Hope Lane, behind gelateria) saporicapecod.com 774.323.0603 Bringing to Cape Cod a European style Italian market offering cheeses, prosciutto, salumi, mortadella, olives, artichokes, pasta, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, jams, truffle products, artisanal gift items, and select Italian wines, many from biodynamic or organic producers. Come experience a taste of Italy!

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Cellar Leather

578 Main Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) cellarleather.com cellar_leather@yahoo.com 508.771.5458 Cellar Leather has been offering quality leather goods and accessories since 1975. Owned and operated by leathersmith, Jeff Taylor whose eye for detail and compassion for his work makes him one of the few remaining leathersmiths in New England. Using only the finest imported and domestic vegetable tanned leathers, belts are handmade and custom sized for you.

Deep BLUE

800 Route 6A, Dennis Village deepbluecapecod.com 508.385.3410

Housed in a charming old barn, Deep BLUE is a unique shop loaded with locally made goods, gifts and art. It offers vintage home goods, cute stuff for kids & babies, jewelry, cards, and paintings & prints. Take home a bit of Deep BLUE’s beachy farmhouse style and the happy peacefulness it inspires.

The Little Beach Gallery

539 South St, Hyannis (Barnstable) littlebeachgallery.com littlebeachgallery@gmail.com The Little Beach Gallery is proudly celebrating their 8th season representing local artists and is currently showcasing the work of over 60 local artisans and artists. Specializing in ‘beachy’ and ocean-inspired work, the gallery is a must-see for original artwork and unique handmade gifts. Open year round.

Shift Eco Boutique

535 South Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) shiftboutique.com info@shiftboutique.com 508.775.2652 Shift Eco Boutique carries clothing, accessories, furniture, gifts, baby goods and housewares all made from eco-friendly materials. Owners Justine and Amanda are not only committed to carrying earth-friendly products but also those that are made locally from clothing to body care to unique pieces of furniture.

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MID-CAPE SERVICES Cape Cod Healthcare

27 Park Street, Hyannis capecodhealth.org 508.771.1800 Cape Cod Healthcare is the leading provider of healthcare services for residents and visitors of Cape Cod. With more than 450 physicians, 4,700 employees and 1,100 volunteers, CCHC has two acute care hospitals, the Cape’s leading homecare and hospice services provider, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, an assisted living facility, and the Cape’s only local laboratory service.

Clean Green

P. O. Box 1172, Barnstable cleangreencapecod.com 508.939.1300 Taking care of the Cape Cod community is at the heart of everything Clean Green does. They clean your home or office as if it were their own, using only natural, toxin-free cleaning products. Their passion for healthy living means you don't have to choose between effective cleaning and your wellbeing.

Kathryn Varjian, REALTOR

CRS, ABR, CDPE • LAER Realty Partners President, BNI Village Business Partners 3821 Falmouth Rd, Suite 3A, Marstons Mills KathyVarjian.com Cell 1.508.367.9085 Fax 1.508.437.0055

Let Kathryn’s skills and experience, and extensive network of local service professionals through BNI Village Business Partners of Osterville serve you. Enthusiastic, detail-oriented, and committed to excellence, if you’re looking to Buy or Sell a home on Cape Cod, let Kathryn be Your Cape Cod Real Estate Resource!

Spa at Sea Street

20A Sea Street, Hyannis (Barnstable) Spacapecod.com 508.775.4407 The Spa at Sea Street is a boutique spa committed to their clients and community. Located in heart of downtown Hyannis, they offer quality, professional spa services in an immaculate environment. Let them host your girls night or bachelorette party. They look forward to earning your business, and making you look and feel beautiful.

Beacon Financial Planning

973 Iyannough Road (Rt 132), Hyannis BeaconFinancialPlanning.com 508.790.7039 Beacon Financial Planning builds long-term relationships to help YOU discover, define, and reach your personal goals. Beacon Financial Planning is proud to be an independent, FEEONLY, local advisory firm you can rely on to provide unbiased advice and straightforward answers on questions surrounding: financial planning, education planning, retirement planning, estate planning, investment management.

The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod

25 Benjamin Franklin Way, Hyannis mycapecodbank.com 508.568.3200 By being POSITIVELY DIFFERENT, The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod is the local bank of choice for individuals, families, and businesses on Cape Cod. They are fully committed to the communities where they live and work and support them by investing their resources – human and financial – to help them flourish.

Kind Yoga & Mindfulness Teacher Training

Barnstable kindyoga.com calmwarrior.com 508.776.1990​ Become a certified yoga teacher or just learn the deeper aspects of yoga and meditation. 200 & 500 hr. National Yoga Alliance Registered School. Trainings begin September & March.

Team Lapsley Martin Kinlin Grover Real Estate

927 Route 6A, South Yarmouth teammartinlapsley.com 508.331.1404 Looking to buy or sell a home on Cape Cod? Team Martin Lapsley is your local, full time, yearround Realtor team. They pride themselves on outstanding customer service! As a team they are attentive, detail oriented, hardworking and believe communication is the key to success. Call them today!

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LOWER CAPE The relaxed Lower Cape towns of Brewster, Chatham, Harwich and Orleans form the Cape’s “elbow.” The Orleans rotary marks the transition to the more remote outer Cape. You will find a good mix of restaurants, resorts, and shopping balanced with beaches, trails, and activities here.

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1. Go on an historical and cultural

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visit Chatham Lighthouse and Coast

Guard Station {made famous this year by the movie The Finest Hours} for a spectacular view of the Atlantic and

a ton of seals basking in the daylight, and the Chatham Fish Pier where

you can see the local fishing fleet

bringing in their catch around noon

from the Visitors Balcony {also, don’t miss the Fisherman’s Monument there}.

2. Hop on the Cape Cod Rail Trail and

travel through Brewster, Harwich and Orleans stopping at Guapo’s for a

rest and a bite to eat in Brewster, and

then a cuppa joe or a cone at the Hot Chocolate Sparrow in Orleans.

3. Order a martini at one of the swanky bars at three of the Cape’s most

luxury resorts: The Terrace at Ocean Edge in Brewster overlooking Cape

Cod Bay, the vintage inspired Sacred Cod at the Chatham Bars Inn, or

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at Twenty-Eight Atlantic at the newly minted five-star Wequassett Resort in Harwich.

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Bluefins classic downtown Chatham’s first sushi (using locally caught fish) and Asian fusion restaurant with an urban feel. Sunbird what started as a food truck in Wellfleet has become a go-to breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot in Orleans. The inventive and creative menu is a foodie’s dream. Corner Store (Chatham and Orleans) the biggest and best burrito around can now be found in both Chatham and Orleans. Order from the menu or create your own – either way, you’ll be happy and full. Rock Harbor Grill a great local spot that has become an institution in Orleans, because it is great for a date night or family dinner with something on the menu for the pickiest eater to those with an advanced palate Impudent Oyster head down a side street off of Chatham Main Street for a unique eatery in a former church that offers different takes on seafood fare as well as a more upscale bustling bar scene

LOCALS' PICKS Don’t miss the Trails at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History {Alex - Yarmouth} Early morning beach walks on Nauset Beach before crowds arrive and the Farmers Market on Saturdays need to be on the agenda {Mari - Orleans}


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1. Head to the always scrumptious

Hangar B – located at Chatham Airport - for breakfast or brunch, and watch the skydivers take flight. Or let your food digest and put on a parachute of your own, take the plunge and see the Cape as only a few have. Tip: follow Hangar B online to find out about one of their specially themed dinners they put on in the off season.

2. Take historic 6A through Brewster,

and pick up lunch at JoMama’s {hint: the El Diablo is one of the best vegetarian sandwiches on Cape – don’t worry meat eaters, there’s plenty for you too!}, and take it to Drummer Boy Park for a relaxing picnic next to the Old Higgins Windmill, which was built in 1795.

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Hog Island Beer Company at the Jailhouse Tavern, Orleans

SIP Snowy Owl the Lower Cape’s newest coffee shop with a hip, down home vibe with city quality coffee on 6A in Brewster Land Ho! Orleans a Cape Cod staple, the “Ho” is perfect for kicking back with friends, plenty of local brews, and tasty pub food – often with live local music! The Port a spot with an old New England feel, great food, and plenty of cocktail choices that guarantee a good time

ENJOY THE SHOW Joe’s Barley Neck Inn Orleans the Lower Cape’s fave local music venue where lively local bands have a stage to play all year round Woodshed Brewster cash only drinking and dancing spot where the entertainment starts at 9pm every night in the summer Harwich Junior Theater Harwich high quality local theater that also serves as a venue for local concerts, while always encouraging young performers and their development Orpheum Chatham small, local revival movie theater that offers plenty of nostalgia while showing modern movies Band Concerts at Nauset Beach Orleans listen to local lively bands in a gazebo down by the sea on Mondays during in the summer months

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LOWER CAPE ART Atlantic Workshop

239 Commerce Park North, South Chatham atlanticworkshop.com 508.241.9675 Repurposing redefined. Atlantic Workshop salvages elements of Cape Cod history and handcrafts them into striking, functional, one-of-akind pieces of art. An antique dinghy destined for the landfill becomes a chair. An aging lobster pot becomes a chandelier. A weathered boathouse is turned into a dining room table. Artisan Scott Feen specializes in custom commercial and home art installations, design services, and commissions.

Shareen Davis Photography

2570 Main Street , South Chatham shareendavisportfolio.com 508.958.1846 The Shareen Davis Studio Workshop features abstract seascape and fine art photography, and is open daily.

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FARM • GARDEN CENTER Agway of Cape Cod (See full listing on page 22) 20 Lots Hollow Rd., Orleans | 508.255.8100 686 Route 134, Chatham | 508.385.8772

The Farm

40 Rock Harbor Road, Orleans thefarmcapecod.com 508.240.1222 Rooted at Rock Harbor Road in Orleans, the Richardson Family has been growing thousands of perennials and annuals as well as a large selection of unique and unusual trees and shrubs on their 10-acre farm since 1975. Come find fantastic quality and color for your Cape Cod garden, plus family friendly events! Open seasonally Monday Saturday 9am - 5pm and Sunday 10am -4pm.

Edible Landscapes

2628 Main Street, Brewster Ediblelandscapes.net ediblelandscapescc@gmail.com 508.362.8370 Edible Landscapes of Cape Cod delivers top notch organic gardening services including consultation, design, installation and maintenance. Join the local food movement and grow your own! Now based in Brewster at Great Cape Herbs, Edible Landscapes will be selling seeds and plants from this location. Please visit ediblelandscapes.net to get in touch or to learn more. “Have your yard and eat it too!”

RESTAURANTS Hangar B Eatery

240 George Ryder Rd, Chatham hangarbcapecod.com info@hangarbcapecod.com 508.593.3655 Hangar B Eatery, located at the Chatham Municipal Airport, offers guests a breakfast and lunch menu with an attention to detail and creativity seldom experienced at the most important meal of the day. Hangar B pours organic fair trade coffee roasted right in Chatham masterfully by The Art of Roasting. For sale at the eatery are various jams made on site, as well as their popular logo shirts and hats made in Harwich.

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The Local Scoop

34 Route 6A, Orleans thelocalscoopcapecod.com 508.237.3191 Frozen Dessert Bar, open year round, supporting local food artisans and farmers. Featuring “Make Your Own Sundae”, over 60 toppings. The Cape Cod Pop, is handcrafted at The Local Scoop’ providing a Local Delight in Every Bite. Organic, gluten free, sugar free and vegan options abound. Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, Crepes, Coffee and locally made artisan products.


LOWER CAPE RESTAURANTS Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters

2624 Main Street, Brewster socoffee.co 415.640.1912 Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters offers the finest selection of freshly roasted, meticulously prepared coffees to the Cape Cod public. We supplement our coffee with fine, specialty teas, freshly squeezed orange juice, freshly baked pastries, and delicious bites. We believe in environmental and social stewardship and use local and organic products.

Sunbird

85 Rte 6A, Orleans birdinthesun.com info@birdinthesun.com Sunbird is an avian-inspired biz-brand hatched and homed here on the Outer Cape. From our kitchen in Orleans, our food truck in Wellfleet, and on the web, we serve super-fresh seasonal fare and creative fodder to a hungry and curious flock all year round.

The Talkative Pig

2642 Main Street, South Chatham thetalkativepig.com eat@thetalkativepig.com 508.430.5211 Mediterranean-inspired dishes made with fresh ingredients and traditional family recipes - enjoy a meal in the dining room or take food to go. Made by hand daily with support from local farms and businesses.

RETAIL Adorn

211 Main Street, East Orleans 774.316.4245 AdornCapeCod.com contact@AdornCapeCod.com Located in the heart of East Orleans, on the way to Nauset Beach, Adorn features a thoughtfully curated collection of handcrafted jewelry, gifts, and unique goods for home and lifestyle. Featuring local Cape Cod and U.S. based independent designers and makers.

Blake & Co

47 Main Street, Orleans blakeorleans.com info@blakeorleans.com 508.255.2555 Where color and design meet to create inspired works! This beautiful store is filled with the best in home and personal accessories, creatively designed jewelry, and exquisite gifts. Featuring a large selection of “vegan” handbags and accessories, as well as locally sourced goods.

Cape Cod Beach Chair

1150 Queen Anne Road, Harwich capecodbeachchair.com info@capecodbeachchair.com 800.809.1750 The Ultimate Beach Chairs - the Ultimate Beach Store! Visit the CCBCC workshop & retail store to see our full line of premium quality custom beach chairs, plus apparel, sunglasses, paddleboards, ukeleles and everything awesome under the sun. Yankee Magazine 2014 “Best of New England.”

Organic Market

1218 Main Street, Chatham (see full listing on page 17)

Fisherman’s Daughter Boutique

402 Main Street, Chatham fishermansdaughtermarket.com fishermansdaughter@gmail.com 508.292.5463 A quintessential Cape Cod boutique with a curated mix of handmade organic clothing, accessories, jewelry, & gifts by Chatham native Taylor Brown. The boutique theme captures the essence of Taylor's experience growing up in Chatham as the daughter of a commercial fisherman, and also features the work of over 50 unique local and/or eco-friendly designers.

Shift Eco Boutique

36 Main Street, Orleans (see full listing on page 26)

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LOWER CAPE RETAIL Homegrowntrades

82 Route 6A, Orleans Homegrowntrades.com 603.325.5328 Homegrowntrades Boutique is a curated mix of women's clothing & accessories with a bohemian beach vibe for the wild free adventurous spirit, as well as fun unique home & baby gifts and accessories. Live.Shop.Conciously for a better world.

SERVICES Blue Thistle Acupuncture + Herbal Medicine

84 Underpass Road, Brewster bluethistleacupuncture.com 774.216.4149 Blue Thistle Acupuncture + Herbal Medicine: improve your health and thrive through expert treatment and support in a relaxing, caring space. Fertility + Pain Management Specialists. Treating: chronic illness + stress + insomnia. Offering cosmetic + facial acupuncture, private + community acupuncture, massage, custom herbal prescriptions.

Nauset Disposal

Orleans NausetDisposal.com 508.255.1419 From residential and commercial trash service, to roll offs, portable toilets, cardboard and single stream recycling services, Nauset Disposal is here to handle all your disposal needs. Nauset Disposal is a Local company that has been built on the principals of “small town” service coupled with a strong modern emphasis for the future of Cape Cod.

Cape Cod Ballet Theater for Children

49 Bank Street, Harwich Port CapeCodBalletTheatre.com 508-776-3406 Founded to share the joys of dance & storytelling, as well as the benefits of hard work & focus with children. Our curriculum was designed to provide a solid understanding & application of both classical ballet technique & theatre fundamentals. "Challenging bodies & imaginations... Creative, focused, & fun!"

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She Sells – The Ocean Edge Shop

2740 Main St. (Rte. 6A), Brewster oceanedgeshop.com 774.323.0792 She Sells - The Ocean Edge Resort Shop, next to JoMama’s New York Bagels, is bursting with good taste! Find a chic seaside-inspired collection of jewelry, swimsuits, beach cover-ups and bags. You’ll love their curated local gifts and treats to take back home, plus Ocean Edge logo items. The shop is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, 9am-6pm, plus online shopping all year ‘round at oceanedgeshop.com.

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OUTER CAPE The outermost reach of Cape Cod comprises Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown. This narrow strip of the Cape might be best known for the stunning beaches and a casual and creative vibe; surfers and artists abound!

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locally produced creations on the Cape: Chequessett Chocolate and Truro Vineyards. Watch the {absolutely delectable} chocolate being made and stock up for your future addiction at Chequessett; and tour the grapevines and barrel rooms, and do a tasting of the wine and the new member of their lineup Twenty Boat Rum at Truro Vineyards.

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amounts of things to do at the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. On any given day you can view the nature exhibits and aquariums inside the green certified building, as well as walk the extensive trails that lead you to marshes, beaches and through woodlands. They also offer special programming for children and adults at various points throughout the year that focus on the wildlife and the natural environment.

3. Discover a hidden Cape Cod gem.

Often referred to as the Atlantis of the Cape, just south of Great Island off of Wellfleet Harbor is the Billingsgate Shoal. When the tide is low it appears, and you can take a boat out there to fish, picnic, or hang out with sea birds and seals.

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The Local Break a true local year round favorite in Eastham where the vibe is casual, the menu creative and the drinks are cold Local 186 this outdoor seasonal restaurant puts you right in the center of the action on Provincetown’s Commercial Street and offers fun atmosphere and light fare pb Boulangerie the traditional French bakery on Route 6 in Wellfleet that serves croissants that are to die for Solace Food Truck veteran restaurateurs and delicious food purveyors open this food truck in Wellfleet on weekends in season, providing dishes with an emphasis on local and sustainable ingredients

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1. One of the best ways to see the natural wonders of Cape Cod is Art’s Dunes Tours

out of Provincetown. The tour guides take you on a journey through the vast dunes giving you a unique view of the area, and if you go on the late afternoon trip, they will bring you to see the best sunset at what seems like the edge of the world.

2. Spend the afternoon on Wellfleet Harbor walking along the beach, marveling at

the ocean, checking out remarkable local art at Frying Pan Gallery, and spending happy hour at Pearl where they have fresh music and a tasty raw bar every day in the summer.

3. You can’t miss the Provincetown Library historic building in the middle of

Commercial Street, and you certainly can’t miss the model Rose Dorthea Schooner that was placed in the middle of the library. Check out the ship and read about its history and development, while also enjoying views of the Provincetown Harbor.

ENJOY THE SHOW Payomet Performing Arts Center watch a play or enjoy a live music performance by the sea and under the stars in Truro's small tent with big shows Wellfleet Beachcomber the Cape’s best beachside casual bar with nightly musical entertainment from Memorial Day to Labor Day Underground Bar a different DJ dance party every summer weeknight at this Provincetown adult indoor playground with ping pong, a pool table and the always-fun foos ball table Wellfleet Drive-in a vintage style drive-in theater with the most popular new and classic movies

LOCALS' PICKS Hike the breakwater to Wood End and Long Point Light in Provincetown. {Casey - Chatham} Wait until after 4pm and head over to Ballston Beach in Truro, the most beautiful beach on the Outer Cape. {Jennifer - Yarmouth}

SIP Beanstock Coffee Roasters get a tour of their Eastham facility while getting your caffeine boost from one of the Cape’s only coffee roasters Bomb Shelter Wellfleet’s dive bar by-the-sea where the drinks are uncomplicated and the company is good Nor’East Beer Garden the family owned bar on Commercial Street in Provincetown that specializes in craft beer and cocktails

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OUTER CAPE ART Jobi Pottery

Frying Pan Gallery

314 Route 6, Truro Jobipottery.com jobipottery@comcast.net 508.487.2304 Jobi™ Pottery is an original Truro cottage industry that began in 1953. Each collectible piece is handmade and painted free hand, then glazed in their Truro studio. Jobi Pottery is available at their store in Truro, their online store and can also be found in many stores up and down Cape Cod. Visit the website for a full listing or visit the Jobi shop, open daily May-November.

250 Commercial Street, Wellfleet fryingpangallery.com 508.367.5964 Situated on Wellfleet Harbor in one of the last remaining authentic oyster shacks on Cape Cod, the Frying Pan Gallery was created by steel sculptor Steve Swain. The gallery features the work of mostly local artists and jewelers including Nadine Robbins, Luke Simpson, Ethan Manach, Karen Capotto, Ali Urella, Mary Jo McConnell, Mimi McPartlan and Mercy Reed.

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Beanstock Coffee

165 Holmes Road, Unit 2, Eastham beanstockcoffee.com hello@beanstockcoffee.com 508.255.9939 From their roots in Wellfleet to boutique bakeries in Wellesley and points beyond, Beanstock Coffee is an ever-evolving specialty coffee roasting company proud to be part of a growing movement of Cape Cod companies bringing craft to the forefront of the experience. Certified Organic. Fair Trade Certified. Cape Roasted.

Chequessett Chocolate

8 Highland Road, North Truro chequessettchocolate.com farmmaidfoods@gmail.com 774.538.6249 They carefully handcraft their chocolate in small batches from fine-flavor, sustainably grown cacao beans at their workshop in North Truro. Blending high quality cacao with the purest ingredients available, they create chocolate that is both exceptional in taste and wholesomely decadent. Come check out the café and factory, open year round.

Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod 11 Shore Road (Route 6A), North Truro trurovineyardsofcapecod.com info@trurovineyardofcapecod.com 508.487.6200

Truro Vineyards is a vineyard, winery and distillery open daily for tastings and tours. Hang out on the lawn with a glass of wine or a cocktail, feast from the Blackfish food truck open daily for lunch and shop in their eclectic gift shop with handmade and local products.

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1620 Brewhouse

214 Commercial St, Provincetown 1620brewhouse.com 774.593.5180 Enjoy the best beer selection in Provincetown! 1620 Brewhouse’s gastropub menu features burgers, wings, fresh seafood, and creative entrees using local produce grown in the heart of Cape Cod by Punkhorn Farm. Quench your thirst with a handcrafted cocktail while watching the game, or sit outside in the patio overlooking Commercial Street. After dinner, take in a live show at the Art House, conveniently located at the back of the brewhouse.

Lola's Local Food Lab

317B Main Street, Wellfleet lolaslocalfoodlab.com info@lolaslocalfoodlab.com 508.349.1700 A hidden gem of creative culinary alchemy: a combination Soda Fountain & small specialty market for products Lola Makes, Bakes & Loves. Her hand-crafted Shrub Drinking Vinegars and Paradise Cold-Brew Coffee have been featured in the "Boston Globe" & "Edible Cape Cod." Lola uses and promotes whole foods & ingredients that reflect our shared values of sourcing locally and responsibly. Lola’s is truly underground, beneath the Lighthouse Restaurant, accessed by the left stairwell.

Sage Inn & Lounge

336 Commercial Street, Provincetown sageinnptown.com sageinnptown@gmail.com 508.487.6424 Sage Inn & Lounge is an award-winning, fullservice lounge, event venue and hotel situated in the heart of Provincetown that offers some of Cape Cod’s best cocktails and small plates.


OUTER CAPE RETAIL ARTichoke

4550 State Highway, Eastham artichokecapecod.com 774.316.4550 ARTichoke Apparel, owned by sisters Kate and Lizzy Escher, is a silkscreen studio and boutique. ARTichoke Apparel is known for their soft fabric choices and their unique designs. The studio boutique is located in Eastham and features a range of products from independent designers and hosts fun monthly art shows.

SERVICES Coastline Tattoo

290A Commercial Street, Provincetown coastlinetattoo.com 508.487.2012 Coastline Tattoo is dedicated to creating quality, one-of-a-kind tattoos and artwork in a clean, friendly, creative studio environment. They have over 20 years’ experience, and are open year round. They also carry original artwork, t-shirts and apparel designed and printed by their talented artists.

ORGANIZATIONS Wellfleet SPAT

wellfleetoysterfest.org Wellfleet SPAT (Shellfish Promotion and Tasting, Inc.) is the non-profit group that hosts the popular Wellfleet OysterFest on October 15 & 16, which brings together locals and visitors for a weekend of local cuisine, fine art and craft vendors, educational programs, children's activities, the annual Oyster Shuck-Off and more. SPAT also hosts Eastham’s SummerFair on July 20 & 21, which showcases a wide variety of artistic endeavors and specialty food vendors, and highlight’s SPAT’s important mission.

Eastham Wellfleet Truro Provincetown

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ONLINE Many of Cape Cod’s artists and makers don’t have brick-and-mortar locations of their own. You can find them online and/or in retail locations from Falmouth to Provincetown. Check out their websites for more information about how and where to support them… and follow them on social media as well! ART Erica M. Szuplat

wishastudios.com erica@wishastudios.com 508.566.6512 Fine art paintings suitable for contemporary, modern and industrial spaces. Erica M. Szuplat’s expressive oil paintings are rooted in the material sensual world. Her vibrant color sensibilities and intuitive markmaking combine to create bold imagery that captivate beyond the initial objective inspiration.

Paul Blackmore Photography

BlackmorePhoto.com info@blackmorephoto.com 508.292.8028 Timeless Wedding, Engagement and Family Photos

Starr Struck Art + Design Studio

StarrStruckDesignStudio.com marycatherine@starrstruckblog.com Mary Catherine Starr is local artist and designer who specializes in inspired logo design and custom paintings. She is passionate about working with individuals and local businesses to create personalized works of art, marketing materials, and websites. She also provides consulting, marketing, + branding services for small businesses.

Tessa D’Agostino

& The Spiral Stone of Cape Cod SpiralStoneOfCapeCod.etsy.com TessaDAgostino.wordpress.com MakeInsideArt.com TheSpiralStone@gmail.com • Nature Inspired Jewelry, Artwork & Earthworks • Studio Arts Classes • Therapeutic & Expressive Art Classes • Workshops & Lectures • Emerging Artist Mentoring • Life Coaching • Reiki Artwork specialties include Rustic Garden Sculptures, Arbors, Garden Gates, Primitive Shelters, Meditation Shelters, Indoor/Outdoor Rustic Lighting, Beach Stone Mosaics, Driftwood Wall Sculptures-Mermaids.

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Kevin Bennett Photography

kbcapecodphotography.com 774.487.0261 Kevin Bennett is a Cape Cod based photographer who specializes in landscapes, seascapes, and architecture unique to beautiful Cape Cod and The Islands. He uses lines, texture, and color in the natural world to create stimulating and intriguing scenes found around The Cape and Islands. Visit online to shop, find his current shows or request commissions.

Randa Glass

randaglass.com Randaglass@gmail.com 507.236.9053 Randa Glass is unique glass art sculpted in the flame by Cape Cod artist Bryan Randa. Inspired by the intricacies of the natural world, Randa works on each piece with passion and precision to bring the molten material to life. Visit randaglass.com for details.

FARM • GARDEN CENTER Littlefield Landscapes

Laura Kelley, Organic Gardener littlefieldlandscapes.com beefuture.com littlefieldlandscapes@gmail.com 774.353.6511 Exterior decorating since 1992…caring for your land and future with sustainable land design. We specialize in creating more outdoor living while respecting Cape Cod’s ecology from concept to completion! Land Design • Stone Artist • Edible Gardens Water Elements • All Maintenance


ONLINE FOOD PRODUCTS Grin Hola

grinhola.com hello@grinhola.com 781.760.9745 Grin Hola is a company focused on producing great granola. We've also created new cookie mixes based on our popular granola flavors. We use pure and natural ingredients with healthy nuts to give you a boost any time of day. Our granola is handmade on Cape Cod using organic ingredients with lots of nuts - and in the case of Cocoa Nutty, chocolate! Check out our website for retail locations.

Wellfleet Sea Salt Company

wellfleetseasaltcompany.com hope@wellfleetseasaltcompany.com 508.240.4892 We make an all natural sunevaporated sea salt from the waters of Wellfleet. Add a dash of Cape Cod to any meal and be transported back to your favorite beach!

JEWELRY Aum Malas

Aummindbodysoul.com Etsy.com/shop/Aummalas Aum Malas are hand-knotted malas and bracelets made by Jessica Riley-Norton. Each piece is made with love, using energetic gemstones, sacred beads, and vibrant colors to raise your vibration. Aum Malas can be worn for their energetic properties, for adornment, and are an ideal tool for your meditation practice.

Brewster Tackle Company facebook.com/brewstertackleco

At Brewster Tackle Co. they handcraft sterling silver and 14k gold jewelry using authentic fishing lures! Their unique bracelets, necklaces, and earrings are sure to please no matter what your style. They have something for everyone whether it be a vacation memento or a wonderful wedding keepsake, or simply a treat for yourself!

Cape Cod Gypsea

CapeCodGypsea.com etsy.com/shop/CapeCodGypsea capecodgypsea@yahoo.com Kaya-Alexandria Worthington’s love of the Ocean and its treasures began with her seafaring relatives generations before. She is the owner and designer of Cape Cod Gypsea - a self-taught silversmith. She preserves beauty and history through jewelry design, and focuses on historical sea glass as a favorite medium.

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The Beaded Wire

thebeadedwiredesigns.com thebeadedwire@gmail.com 508.237.0638 The Beaded Wire is a versatile handmade jewelry company created by Cape Cod native Jessica Gomes. Their goal is to provide amazing styles for every occasion and age with their four distinct jewelry collections, Mirabolante, Salty Girl Jewels, JG and of course The Beaded Wire.

C Shore Designs

C Shore Designs

Carole Johnson, Silversmith CaroleJohnsonDesigns.com 508.385.3184 Handcrafted silver jewelry influenced by the Cape Cod seashore.

Dreamsongs

dreamsongs.etsy.com Specializing in crystal dreamcatchers, Dreamsongs makes unique and carefully crafted items that will accentuate your self and your home while providing good energies and balance. Each one of their designs is created with genuine quartz crystals and other materials with over 90% of them coming from small businesses within the USA.

Fishgirl Designs goldsmybag.com

Fishgirl Designs is a sterling silver jewelry collection, created with the casual, classic and VERY stylish Cape Cod girl in mind. Their pieces can be worn on a daily basis, whether it’s a day at the beach or dinner by the sea. Their collections are for girls who LOVE sand in their shoes, salty air and lots of sparkle!

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ONLINE JEWELRY Gillian Hurrie Designs gillianhurrie.com

Gillian Hurrie Designs is a Cape Cod based company that offers lovingly hand-crafted jewelry, carefully designed to enhance healing energies from the stones used. They incorporate semiprecious gemstones, Swarovski Crystal, and freshwater pearls with sterling silver beads and chains of various metals. Their goal is to make you feel unique, empowered and beautiful.

Lucia Moon Designs

luciamoondesigns.com luciamoondesigns@gmail.com 774.722.1965 Martha Lucia Nunez and her daughter Mercy Moon Reed make the world's most sought after shell jewelry. Their creations include some of the largest wampum beads in the world. All of the Quahog shells used in their designs are harvested by Martha and Mercy in the waters of Cape Cod.

Ocean Love Designs

oceanlovedesigns.com etsy.com/shop/oceanlovedesigns danielle.d.schmidt@gmail.com 508.280.8162 Ocean Love Designs is handmade jewelry, that is created right in Wellfleet by local owner and designer Danielle Benton. Every piece of jewelry is inspired by the ocean with a variety of designs that is sure to suit everyone!

Heart at Work Jewelry

heartatworkjewelry.com heartatworkjewelry@gmail.com 508.776.8408 Artisan handmade jewelry created using sterling silver, mixed metals & semi-precious stones. Nature inspired designs, which are always original & guaranteed to make you smile!

Melefant

Melefant.etsy.com melissa.m.crim@gmail.com 508.524.4941 Melefant limited edition and one of a kind eco-friendly jewelry is handcrafted in Falmouth, Cape Cod with a combination of vintage, found and recycled materials that lend each piece a unique story that combines traditional craft with a colorful modern aesthetic. Specializing in custom upcycled antique lace and heirloom crocheted jewelry. 10% OFF with coupon code CMFG10.

Swirls Jewelry by Elisa Sullivan swirlsjewelry.com elisa@swirlsjewelry.com

Inspired by her love of reading, her fondness of the sea, and the world as seen by her son, Cape Cod jewelry artist Elisa Sullivan shapes sterling silver to create jewelry that stands apart. Her necklaces, earrings, and bracelets often feature special quotes, hand-stamped in silver to create little works of art with special meaning to those who wear it.

ORGANIZATIONS Arts Foundation of Cape Cod artscapecod.org

ArtsCapeCod.org, an initiative of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, is a non profit arts & entertainment website built to support and promote the year-round arts community. From Falmouth to Provincetown check out theater schedules, art openings, museums and historical destinations. Get out there, because it’s On!

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CARE for the Cape & Islands careforthecapeandislands.org info@careforthecapeandislands.org 508.760.8187

We fulfill our mission of Creating A Responsible Environment by funding community projects, from bees to beach cleanups. And, we connect visitors and residents with opportunities to help support the long-term sustainability of the region, preserving what we love: exquisite natural beauty, native plant, marine and wildlife habitats, local culture and history.


ONLINE ORGANIZATIONS

PRODUCTS Anya’s Herbals

Vinegrass

anyasherbals.etsy.com

vinegrass.org

The Vinegrass Organization is a not-for-profit music production company, that produces concerts, camps, workshops, and The Vinegrass Music Festival, in order to raise money for their charitable mission. The Vinegrass Organization’s mission is to enhance the cultural quality of life through the production of American Roots concerts and festivals.

Organic skincare, bath/body delights, handmade soaps with a core elixir of 8 hand-pressed local botanicals. Anya is an herbalist with 20 years of experience focusing on natural skin therapies. Organic, fair-trade, minimally preserved, infused with vitality. A fast growing favorite of local and summer residents alike.

PRODUCTS B & B Woodworks Jim Beebe freehans@comcast.net 508.272.8752

Creating Cape Cod inspired kitchen and entertaining accessories since 2005.

Cape Clasp capeclasp.com

Cabo Cado

cabocado.com vinnie@vincentarnone.com

After designing totes and koozies to share with his wedding guests, Vinnie Arnone created Cabo Cado, born out of the desire to make something in homage to his beloved Cape and Islands to share with the world – something sincere and made in the USA.

Cape Cod Clutches

Cape Clasp is an accessories brand dedicated to giving back to Cape Cod. All products are made in USA and 15% of profits support ocean and marine life organizations. Check us out at capeclasp.com!

Cape Cloth

capecloth.com fitzy@capecloth.com 508.737.3720 Cape Cloth is an apparel brand that inspires a convergence of style, comfort, and social consciousness. They not only make the softest sweatshirts and most stylish hats on Cape, but $1 of every purchase goes to Cape Abilities, a non-profit empowering people with disabilities. Love the Cape, wear the Cloth!

Cape Fit Hoops

capefithoops.com capefithoops@gmail.com 603.387.9852 Cape Fit Hoops Owner and Fitness Instructor, Jessie Decker runs adult Hoop Fitness classes, FXP® Hula Hoop® Fitness classes and Hoopyasa™ classes. Special events, private instruction and classes for kids available. Hoop sales include FXP Hula Hoops and original handmade hoops. Hoop where your heart is!

capecodclutches.net capecodclutches@gmail.com Cape Cod Clutches specializes in nautical inspired totes, wristlets, handbags, and accessories. Each item is proudly handmade by artisan Kristin Sullivan in her Sandwich, MA studio.

Cape Cod Seahorse

etsy.com/shop/ahorseofcolor capecodseahorse@gmail.com 508.­364.­5147 Soft fiber sculpture mobiles, decorative pillows, wall art, or the focal point of a mantle or table display in your beach house. Individually designed and handmade by Karen (a native Cape Codder). Sizes and designs can be seen at etsy.com/shop/ ahorseofcolor. Custom orders welcome.

Densmore Knives

densmoreknives.com densmoreknives@gmail.com 508.274.2022 Sam Densmore, creator of Densmore Knives of Woods Hole, tailors unique knives to the personality and desires of each customer. From filet knives to folding knifes, from an oyster knife to a leather-sheathed utility knife with a marlinspike, each knife is a personalized work of art.

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ONLINE PRODUCTS MidnightRevels

etsy.com/shop/MidnightRevels calligraphicstudio.com MidnightRevels is an Etsy shop lovingly created by Linda Salamon, an artist living in Harwich. She designs and prints unique, quirky, and colorful wedding invitations for unconventional couples. Also handmade by Linda are hand painted, vintage style evening bags.

Seasouled

seasouled.com seasouled@gmail.com 774.521.9022 Seasouled creates handpainted and handlettered wooden signs customizable to any occasion or décor. Each sign is crafted to be displayed indoors or outdoors and has a weathered, Cape Cod look. Great gift idea for a new home, bridal shower, wedding or anniversary. View the website for popular phrases.

The Nauset Stitch Company

nausetstitch.com nausetstitch@gmail.com Beach bags, totes, clutches, cosmetics and accessories all handcrafted in Brewster. Custom crafted bags can be screen printed with many Cape Cod towns and beach names. Nauset Stitch Co. beach bags are durable and made to last from heavyweight cotton, canvas & duck cloth!

SUP CC

SUP-CC.com supcapecod@gmail.com SUP CC is the Cape's only lifestyle brand for those who love to stand up paddle (SUP). Stand up paddleboarding is the fastest growing sport throughout the world and fun for all ages! Their clothing and accessories were inspired by the love for SUP, the water and Cape Cod.

The Wooden Whale Co.

washashoresoaps.com WashAshoreSoaps@gmail.com Wash Ashore handcrafts beautiful soaps and body products utilizing local ingredients and suppliers. They blend science and art to bring luxury, functionality, and fun to your everyday. Their products smell so good you’ll want to eat them! (But please don’t!) Find them online, at local stores, and festivals.

Bayshore Road, Hyannis woodenwhaleco.com woodenwhaleco@gmail.com 703.343.3145 The Wooden Whale Co. is a locally owned wood carving business specializing in whales and other sea animals. Hand carved in all sizes and shapes from recycled New England barn board and proudly displayed on Cape Cod and across the United States. Visit them for details to have one created for you!

RETAIL

SERVICES

Wash Ashore Soaps & Sundries

Cape Cod Daily Deal capecoddailydeal.com 508.945.6443

Cape Cod Daily Deal has been diligently promoting LOCAL business since August of 2011. It’s their aim to provide incredible results for merchants of all types, through creativity in marketing. They harness radio and print as conventional marketing channels, but go far beyond to maximize social media exposure and viral distribution of merchant brands.

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Acer Landscape Design

acerlandscapedesign.com ian@acerlandscapedesign.com 774.238.1870 Acer Landscape Design creates beautiful and functional landscapes, while celebrating the natural beauty of Cape Cod. They meld each client's desires with each unique site, allowing its surroundings to cue every design, and striving to place each element to help preserve the native Cape Cod landscape.

Cape Cod Cooperative Extension

capecodextension.org 508.375.6882 Cape Cod Cooperative Extension helps educate the public to improve the health and well-being of youth, families and communities; conserve and enhance natural and marine resources; and strengthen agriculture and food systems.


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CapeMade Field Guide 2016  

Your handbook to Cape Cod's locally made, grown & crafted...plus, explore & enjoy the Cape like a local!

CapeMade Field Guide 2016  

Your handbook to Cape Cod's locally made, grown & crafted...plus, explore & enjoy the Cape like a local!

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