spring 2010 – spring 2011 - Brewster Chamber of Commerce

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spring 2010 – spring 2011 - Brewster Chamber of Commerce
BREWSTER
spring 2010
–
spring 2011
Fine Gifts & Art
Featuring the handmade
creations of America’s
finest craft artisans and
watercolor paintings by
owner Eileen Smith.
Ceramic Tide Clocks
“On the Cove”
Wall Sculptures
Functional Pottery
HandCraft House
Route 6A - Brewster
(Near the Orleans Line)
508-240-1412
Decorative Accents
Open Daily
www.handcrafthousegallery.com
Your fastest route
to the beach.
Why wade through
websites with hundreds
of vacation rental
Brewster
listings all over the lot?
Quick – click on
prettypicky.com.
East Orleans
Nearly all our prime
Lower Cape homes are
directly on or within
Eastham
three minutes walk of
the beach.
If you’re coming to the
Brewster
Cape for the beach, now
you know the shortcut.
East Orleans
A Few Really Nice Vacation Rentals on Cape Cod
Karen, Jim and Blake Decker
(774) 237-0173 • [email protected]
The Family Schools, Inc. 3570 Main Street Brewster, MA 02631
Enroll Now!
phone: 508-896-6555
www.brewsterdaycamp.com
www.thefamilyschools.com
5, 3, or 2 days
Sept. - June
full day pre K-K
June 28 - Aug. 20, 2010
Ages 3 to 16 years
Year Round
infant- pre K
Nur turing and Challenging Children and Families
Courage
Hope
Good Spirit
Peace
Welcome to Brewster...
…from the Brewster Chamber of Commerce! Brewster is known as Cape Cod’s
“Sea Captain’s Town” and the vibrant business community reflects the entrepreneurial
spirit of our seafaring forefathers.
In the late 1600’s business in Brewster grew to meet the needs of the sea captains and their
families. The grist mill was at the center of commerce. A fulling mill, where wool fabric was
pre-shrunk, a carding mill, and shops offering dry goods, provided local jobs and a place to
sell goods brought in by ship.
Today, Brewster’s businesses continue to meet the needs of those who live and visit here,
providing a full array of goods and services, and culture and recreation. Sea captains’ homes
are now elegant inns and gourmet restaurants; fine art and antiques galleries; specialty gift
shops; and professional offices, museums and theatres.
And with over 3,000 acres of conservation lands; 15 fresh-water ponds; the Cape Cod Rail
Trail; and 7 public beaches along Cape Cod Bay there is recreation of all kinds to please everyone.
We invite you to Explore Brewster!
Discover the charm of our community and why it became
Cape Cod’s Sea Captains favorite town.
BREWSTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
2198 Main Street - Town hall
P.O. BOX 1241 - BREWSTER, MA 02631
www.brewster-capecod.com • Email: [email protected]
PHONE: 508-896-3500
OPEN: June 1 – September 3 Daily - 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
September 4 – May 31, Tuesday – Friday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
(Excluding national holidays and some school vacations)
Also open by appointment: please call or email!
Brewster Chamber Leader’s Circle
These members suppor t the chamber with additional dues contributions
Platinum
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Cape Cod Sea Camps,
Sweetwater Forest
Family Camping,
TD Bank
Gold
Agro Dolce Ristorante
Silver
Old Sea Pines Inn
Steven M. Ellard CPA
Bronze
All Seasons Vacation Rental/WeNeedAVacation.com
Bennett Environmental Assoc.
Brewster Day Camp
C.C. Construction Inc.
Cape Cod 5 Cents Savings Bank
Ellis Landing Cottages
Hague Building & Remodeling
HomeWatch, Inc.
Isaiah Clark House B & B
JT’s Seafood Restaurant
Kinlin Grover GMAC Real Estate
Krikorian Hardwood Floors
Mayflower Glass Company
Michael’s Cottages and B & B
Nauset Disposal
Old Manse Inn
Stony Brook Design
VFW Brewster Post 9917
Brewster Town Basics
Brewster Ladies’ Library
Brewster Schools
Brewster is part of the Nauset Regional School
District 508-255-8800 encompassing Brewster,
Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet students. Brewster’s
Kindergarten through 2nd grade students attend
the Stony Brook Elementary, 384 Underpass
Road, 508-896-4545. Our 3rd - 5th graders
attend Eddy Elementary, 2298 Main St., 508896-4533.
6th - 8th graders attend Nauset Regional
Middle School, 70 Rte. 28, Orleans, 508-2550016 or Lighthouse Charter School, 225 Rte. 6A,
Orleans, 508-240-2800.
9th - 12th graders may attend either the Nauset
Regional High School, 100 Cable Road, No.
Eastham, 508-255-1505 or Cape Cod Technical
High School, Rte. 124, 351 Pleasant Lake Ave,
Harwich, 508-432-4500.
Brewster also boasts private schools. The Laurel
School, 1436 Long Pond Road, 508-896-4934,
accepts children from nursery school to 5th grade
in the school year and the Laurel Day Camp in
the summer. The Saltbox School, Pre-Kindergarten
through 3rd grade. The Family Schools, 3570 Main
Street, 508-896-6555, have year-round programs
for infants to 5th graders and offers Brewster Day
Camp in the summer.
1822 Main St., www.brewsterladieslibrary.org
508-896-3913—Established in 1852 by a group
of book-loving young ladies, the Brewster Ladies’
Library is housed in a restored Victorian Building
built in 1868. There have been three additions
to the original building, the most recent in 1997
which tripled the size of the library.
The Brewster Ladies’ Library is a source of
information and services for the entire family and
encourages participation in all kinds of programs.
The library CLAMS cards allow patrons access to
Cape-wide library titles. WIFI, Internet access
and computer work stations are available. The
library’s resources include periodicals, magazines,
newspapers, audio and video cassettes, museum
passes, as well as thousands of books.
Special events include the “Second Sunday
Series” which presents five concerts a year, “MidMorn Musicale” on the third Saturday of the
month, the Authors Speak program, and a monthly
book discussion group. The auditorium exhibits
local artists’ work.
There is an active children’s program with
weekly story hour and the state-wide summer
reading program that brings fun events to the
library. There is a room equipped just for teens—
computers, books, and lounge!
Open: Tuesday & Thursday 10 am–8 pm;
Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 10 am–5 pm.
Closed Sunday & Monday.
Please Note:
the area code for most Cape Cod numbers is
508. Brewster’s only zip code is 02631.
8 in our directory indicates a listing with a
website. Websites may be accessed via links
found at www.brewster-capecod.com.
Cover image: “Paine’s Creek Mooring”
by Chuck Ross, Chuck Ross Writing, Editing & Web Consulting.
Brewster Chamber of Commerce logo by Amy Mason, Stony Brook Design
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Town Numbers
Medical Emergencies
Emergency Numbers
Police, Fire, Rescue Squad.......................... 911
Poison Control...........................800-682-9211
Police Station (Facility)
631 Harwich Rd, Rt. 124..........508-896-7011
Fire & Rescue Dept.
1657 Main St............................508-896-7018
Animal Control Officer
Located at Police Station...........508-896-7011
Shellfish Constable ......................508-896-4546
Council on Aging
1673 Main Street.......................508-896-2737
Dept. of Public Works
Located at the Transfer Station.......508-896-3212
Water Department
165 Commerce Park, .............508-896-5454
Freeman’s Way
Brewster Recreation at
Eddy Elementary­School.........508-896-9430
Captains Golf Course
1000 Freeman’s Way..............508-896-1716­­­
Cape Cod Hospital
• 508-771-1800, 27 Park Street, Hyannis –
Take Exit 7 off Rte. 6, follow the signs.
Town Hall Offices
2198 Main St. . .....................................508-896-3701
Open Mon–Fri 8:30am–4pm.
Accountant............................................................. 147
Assessor.................................................................. 122
Board of Appeals.................................................... 168
Board of Health..................................................... 120
Building Inspector/Zoning..................................... 125
Conservation Department...................................... 135
Custodian.............................................................. 118
Historic Commission............................................. 119
Planning Board...................................................... 133
Plumbing .............................................................. 113
Selectmen’s Office.................................................. 134
Town Administrator.............................................. 134
Tax Collector/Treasurer.........................508-896-4502
Town Clerk/Registrar............................508-896-4506
Wiring Inspector.................................................... 127
Walk in Medical Centers
• Fontaine Medical Center – 508-432-4100,
525 Long Pond Drive, Harwich
Off Rte. 137, opposite Exit 11, Rte. 6
• Orleans Medical Center – 508-255-8825,
Orleans, 204 Main Street
Animal Emergency
• Cape Animal Referral & Emergency Center
(CARE) – 508-398-7575, open 24/7, call
in advance of arrival, 79 Theophilus F.
Smith Road, Dennis – less than 1/2 mile
south of Rte. 6 on Rte. 134, behind the
Entertainment Movie Theatres
• Cape Cod Stranding Network – To report a
dolphin, whale or seal in distress call the
24-hr Stranding Hotline: 508-743-9548
Public Transportation
The FLEX bus service provides transportation
for the Lower to Outer Cape; can connect with
bus service to Hyannis and points off Cape,
Boston, etc. Year-Round Service on a Flexible
Route. www.TheFlex.org 800-352-7155
B-Bus provides local service, advance reservation
required. Contact the Cape Cod Regional Transit
Authority 800-352-7155
Plymouth & Brockton Bus service on and off-Cape,
including Logan International Airport, Boston express
service. 508-746-0378, www.p-b.com
Peter Pan Bonanza Bus, service Hyannis to points
off-Cape, including T.F. Green Airport in Providence,
RI. 800-343-9999, www.peterpanbus.com
Getting here
Planning your car-free or car-smart visit to Cape Cod
and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket
visit www.smartguide.org
Transfer Station (Dump)
Run Hill Road............................. 508-896-9665
Open Thurs–Monday 8 am–3 pm year-round.
Observes Holidays. Property owners may purchase
waste disposal permits, valid July 1–June 30 for
household waste. Visitors may pay a $10 fee at the
gate for household trash disposal. Brewster recycles
glass, plastics 1-7, all paper/flat cardboard, tin and
aluminum. Returnable cans/bottles benefit boy/girl
scouts. Free swap shop for usable household goods.
Bins for clothing donations on site.
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Driving:
From Boston: Take Rte. 3 South to Rte. 6 across the
Sagamore Bridge. Approximately 27 miles to the
Brewster Exits 10, 11 or 12 off Rte. 6 ~ all lead
to Brewster.
From the South or West: Across the Bourne Bridge
follow the canal towards the Sagamore Bridge and
enter Rte. 6 at the set of lights. Continue down Rte.
6 until you reach the Brewster Exits 10, 11, or 12
off Rte. 6 ~ all lead to Brewster.
2010 Calendar of Events
Visit the Chamber website – www.brewster-capecod.com
for a complete up to date Calendar of Events!
SPRING EVENTS
Wednesdays & Thursdays
April 30, May 1, 2
Children’s Production – “Frog & Toad” - at the
Cape Rep Outdoor Theatre; if it rains, we go
indoor! 3299 Main St. near Nickerson State
Park, 508-896-1888, 10 am - late June – Aug
Brewster in Bloom, Spring Festival, Business
Open Houses, Arts & Craft Show, Antiques &
Collectables Market, 5K road race, Town Parade,
Big Band Swing Dance, Concerts and much more
www.brewsterinbloom.org
“Tanglewood Marionettes” perform at the First
Parish Church, 1969 Main St., 10 am; every
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday -July 1st
through August 2th, sing-along begins at 9:30 am,
tickets on sale at 8:30 am May—all month long
17th Annual Maritime Days–Lighthouse tours,
kayak tours, narrated walking tours, Symposium,
Festival and much more across the Cape, www.
ecapechamber.com/MaritimeDays
Thursdays July 8, 22, 29 and
Aug. 12 & 26
SUMMER EVENTS
Summer Concerts in the Courtyard at EPOCH
Assisted Living at Brewster Place, free concerts,
bring a chair and enjoy the music, 855 Harwich
Road (Rt. 124), 508-896-3252, 6-7:30 pm
Daily
Family Field Walks, Cape Cod Museum of Natural
History, 869 Main St, call for times 508-896-3867
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays
Sundays
Windmill & Harris Black House at the Drummer
Boy Park, 773 Main St., open to view 1 – 4 pm in
July - September
Brewster Historical Society Museum, 3171 Main
St., open 1 - 4 pm. 508-896-9521
Evening Concerts by the Bay, The Brewster Band
performs at Drummer Boy Park, Free, July 5 –
September 6, 6 pm
Musical Dinner Revue at the Old Sea Pines Inn,
2553 Main St., performed by the Cape Rep, June
20 – September 5, 6:30 pm, plus additional Monday
nights performances. Reservations 508-896-6114
Fridays
“Trevor the Juggler” performs at the First Parish
Church, 1969 Main St., 10 am; July through
August; tickets on sale at 8:30 am.
Mondays
Outdoor Art Shows on the front lawn of the Council
on Aging, 1673 Main St, June — August, 10
– 5:30 pm
“Pitter Pat Puppets” perform at the Cape Rep
Outdoor Theatre, if it rains, we go indoor! 3299
Main St. near Nickerson State Park, 508-896-1888,
10 am - late June – Aug
Rock Night for 8-14 year old ice skaters at the
Charles Moore Ice Arena, Orleans, 508-255-5902,
8 - 10 pm Year Round
Saturdays
Stony Brook Grist Mill & Museum, Stony Brook
Road, late June - August open to view and grinding corn, 10 – 2 pm
“Trevor the Juggler” performs at the First Parish
Church, 1969 Main St., 10 am; July through August;
tickets on sale at 8:30 am. June 13—August 4
Cape Cod Baseball League Season. Our Brewster
Whitecaps’ home field is at Stony Brook
Elementary School, 384 Underpass Road. Games
start at 5:00 pm, 4:30 pm in August. www.brewsterwhitecaps.com
Tuesdays & Wednesdays
ChildTuesdays & Fridays
Story time at the Brewster Book Store, 2648 Main
Street, 508-896-6543, 10am
Wednesdays
June 26
Story Hour for ages 2 & up, Brewster Ladies’
Library, stories, songs & crafts, 508-896-3913,
10:30 am
37th Annual Brewster Historical Society Open
Air Antiques Fair at Drummer Boy Park, rain or
shine, 9 – 4 pm
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July 4 & 18
Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC)
fundraiser. Held in Nickerson State Park, Flax
Pond, participate in one or more event. 1-Mile
Swim 2-Mile Kayak, 3-Mile Walk and 5K Run.
Forms available at www.mbcc.org/swim, 800 6496222, 7:30 am– 11 am
Crosby Mansion – Open to view, Crosby Lane, off
Main Street, 508-896-1744, 10 am – 3 pm
August 1 & 15
Crosby Mansion – Open to view, Crosby Lane, off
Main Street, 508 896-1744, 10 am – 3 pm
FALL EVENTS
July 26 - mid-August
October 2 & 3
Brewster Ladies’ Library’s Annual Book and Bake
Sale, 9 am – 3 pm on July 26, regular library hours
through mid-August.
Fall for the Arts-Brewster Artists Open Studio
Tours, open hours and demonstrations.
October 29
August 14
Annual Library Halloween Parade, meet at the
Library at 10 am, dressed in costume & parade to
The Brewster Store
Brew Run, 5.2-mile road race, 31st Annual event to
benefit Brewster Fire & Rescue, start & finish line Brewster Inn & Chowder House, Woodshed, 1993
Main St., 4pm. Expect road closures
WINTER EVENTS
August 10—12
December 3,4,5
August 21
December
Brewster for the Holidays-Town Wide Festival
- Open Houses & Receptions at businesses all
through town, Santa visits, Inns Open House,
music, Chowder Fest. www.brewsterfestivals.org
57th Annual Society of Cape Cod Craftsmen Fair,
under the tent at Drummer Boy Park, 773 Main St.,
Tuesday & Thursday 10 – 5 pm, Wednesday
10 – 7 pm
Annual Brewster Store & First Parish Church Carol
Sing Along on the steps of The Brewster Store, 6 pm
(check for dates on www.brewster-capecod.com)
“Against the Tide”- 10th Annual - Swim, Walk or
Kayak to benefit the prevention of breast cancer,
Theatre
Cape Rep Theater, 2010 Season – May – November. A professional quality performing arts
theatre with outdoor and indoor venues. Curtain at 8 pm, occasional Sunday matinees. For the young at
heart there are children’s performances at 10 am the end of June through August.
3299 Main St., near Nickerson State Park.
For complete schedule visit www.caperep.org.
Call 508-896-1888
Theatre Schedule, see page 11.
Year Round events to not miss—
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History with nature trails, exhibits, aquarium, beehives,
“Mudflat Mania”, guided field tours and KidSummer Program. Call to get up to date list of walks, lectures, exhibits which run daily, weekly and monthly events for the whole family, 508-896-3867, www.
ccmnh.org.
The Brewster Book Store, 2648 Main Street, 508 896-6543: special book signings and story time,
& children events. www.brewsterbookstore.com
The Brewster Ladies’ Library, 1822 Main Street, 508 896-3913: music, art receptions, lectures,
story time, & special events. www.brewsterladieslibrary.org
EPOCH Assisted Living at Brewster Place, 855 Rt. 124, 508-896-3252: concerts, lectures, &
special events. www.epochsl.com website – www.brewstercapecod.org for up to date Calendar of Events
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Where to go, What to do in Brewster
Beach Parking
Parking Stickers are required for all town
bayside and fresh water public landings,
beaches June 13-September 4, 2009 between
9am-3pm daily. No fees for walkers and bike
rides. No parking attendants at beaches.
$30 fine for parking at beaches without a
sticker. Nickerson State Park’s fresh water
ponds don’t require town stickers.
not allowed on beaches between the dates of
June 1st and October 1st.
Bay Beaches
From June 1st through Sept. 4th, 2009 stickers are sold only in person 7 days a week at
the rear entrance of the Brewster Town
Office Building, Information Center,
2198 Main St., (Rte. 6A) from 9am-3pm
(508-896-4511).
Public beaches on Cape Cod Bay, starting
from the east end of town: Crosby Landing,
Linnell Landing, Ellis Landing, Breakwater
Beach, Saint’s Landing, Mant’s Landing,
and Paines Creek Beach. Portable toilets
available Memorial Day — Labor Day. No
Lifeguards at Bay Beaches. Handicap Access to
beaches: A beach wheelchair is reservable from
the Brewster Council on Aging, 508-896-2737.
Non-Residents: $15/day, $50/7-day week,
$125/season.
Residents: $15/season (Residents need auto
registration and proof of residence.)
Beaches close at 10pm. Cookouts on beaches
are allowed only on private beaches and with
permits from the Brewster Fire Department.
No fires are allowed at public beaches. Dogs are
Brewster Flats
All the Brewster bayside beaches become the
Brewster Flats at low tide. The daily tide’s
ebb and flow is nothing short of dramatic.
Swim to your heart’s content at high tide.
During the six hours following high tide,
the waters recede out over one mile offering
a wonderful view of sandbars, clam beds and
tidal pools teeming with sea life.
Brianna Romaniak of Ludlow Mass.
Freshwater Ponds
Long Pond Beach is accessible from
Crowell’s Bog Road, off Route 124. Lifeguard
on duty from July 4th weekend to Labor
Day Weekend, seven days a week, from
9am to 5pm. Portable toilets are available
Memorial Day - Labor Day. Sheep Pond,
accessible from Fisherman’s Landing, off
Rte. 124 and Upper Mill Pond, accessible from Run Hill Road, have no lifeguards, but portable toilets are available
Memorial Day - Labor Day.
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Fishing & Boating
Bay fishing in Brewster waters includes
striped bass, bluefish, tautog, and flounder
in the spring, summer, and fall, and cod in
the winter. Charter fishing boats are available
at Sesuit Harbor in East Dennis, at Rock
Harbor in Orleans, and Saquatucket Harbor
in Harwichport. Salt water licenses are now
required. There are no boat ramps at any of
Brewster’s saltwater beaches.
Brewster has 48 freshwater ponds and a
diversity of game fish. Brewster has boat
ramps at Sheeps Pond (3HP motor), inside
Nickerson State Park (10HP), on Long Pond
and Upper Mill Pond. Jetskis are prohibited
at all landings in Brewster.
Brewster’s Rail Trail Bike and Kayak,
508-896-8200 offers kayak rentals to take or
have delivered. Brewster Bike, 508-896-8149
offers bike rental.Cape Sail, 508-896-2730
offers sailing lessons on Upper Mill Pond
and charters in other areas. During the
summer on Upper Mill Pond site, Brewster
Recreation offers hourly kayak rentals &
operates Learn to Sail Program.
mile’s walk out onto the Brewster Flats.
Check the regulations for shellfishing for
scallops, oysters and little necks in the off
season.
Golf
Captains Golf Course (public town courses):
Two complete pro-caliber courses with 36
gorgeous fairways. Clubs and cart rentals
available. 1000 Freeman’s Way. Reservations
877-843-9081 or 508-896-5100. Club
House, 508-896-1716,
www.captainsgolfcourse.com.
Cape Cod Baseball League
For the past 124 years the
Cape Cod Baseball League has
showcased the best collegiate
players from across the country.
Our teams are scouted by the
pros; 1 in 7 MBL players played in the Cape
league. The Brewster Whitecaps, now in
their 21st season, play at the Stony Brook
Elementary School Field. Bring the family
and enjoy an American tradition! See schedule on page 17.
Shellfishing
Complete Regulations available on-line
www.town.brewster.ma.us under the Natural
Resource Dept. Certain Areas are closed to
shell-fishing. Please refer to regulations.
Permits needed Jan 1 - Dec. 31. Resident
permits are for one year; non-residents
can purchase weekly or seasonal permits.
Permits are sold at the Brewster Town
Hall, June 1 –Sept 4, 2009 available at the
Information Center, every day, 9 am - 3
pm, 508 896-4511; the rest of the year in the
Selectman’s Office, Mon.- Fri, 8:30 - 4 pm, 508
896-3700, ext. 134. To contact the Shellfish
Constable or his Assistant call 508-896-4546.
Quahogs and Sea Clams are available year
round from the town’s western beaches. In
July and August shellfishing for these clams
are allowed only on Thursdays and Sundays.
Best spot, the seeded town bed at Saint’s
Landing Beach. Look for the buoy about a
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What to do in Brewster
Brewster Historical Society
public enjoyment. The Windmill is a fascinating opportunity for young and old to see
how Brewster’s early settlers harnessed one
of the area’s few available energy sources to
process their farm corn into meal. Volunteer
“millers” will explain how the building’s
huge arms are able to convert the wind’s
force through wooden gears into power to
drive the massive millstones. Although the
mill is a relatively primitive but ingenious
design dating back to the 1500’s in England,
the actual operation was not easy to control
and depended on a skilled miller with a feel
for the wind and rotating parts. The Harris
Black House, located next to the Windmill,
is one of the last surviving small post and
beam houses that were frequently used on
the Cape by early settlers. The one-story
structure measures fifteen feet to the rooftop
and sixteen feet square, and is the same
dimensions as English cottages of the 1600’s.
It is appointed with furniture and cooking
tools from the period. The house is a single
room with tiny pantry and a sleeping loft,
and was once home to Nathan Black’s family
of 13. Children are amazed at the contrast
between life today and how an entire family
could live, work, cook, eat, play and sleep in
this little house 200 years ago.
www.brewsterhistoricalsociety.org
The Brewster Historical Society has three
buildings in two locations. The Historical
Society Museum is located on Route 6A, 3171
Main St., just east of the Cape Cod Sea Camps,
and is open 1-4 p.m., Thurs. – Sat., midJuly to mid-Sept. 508-896-9521. As with the
other two Society buildings, admission is free,
and docents are available to describe the
exhibits and bring the past back to life!
The Museum houses four permanent galleries and a special exhibits gallery, plus an
extensive documents research area that is
accessible by appointment in the off-season.
Featured in the permanent galleries are marine
objects and paintings, China trade goods and
other furnishings handed down through generations of descendants from noted Brewster
ship captains. Also, the contents of an old
Brewster barbershop, post office, significant
pieces of antique furniture, family paintings
and folk art are housed in the museum. The
special exhibits gallery changes each summer
allowing the Society’s photographic, textile
and artifact collections to be rotated out of
storage. A replica of the historic Dillingham
House is also on display.
The Higgins Farm Windmill and the Harris
Black House are located on the ground of
Drummer Boy Park, 773 Main St., West
Brewster. These are wonderful restorations of
18th century Brewster buildings saved from
demolition and moved to the present site for
Cape Cod Museum of
Natural History
869 Main St., (Rte. 6A), and
is open year-round. Call 508896-3867 for the latest exhibit
schedule, or visit online at www.ccmnh.org.
Admission is $8 for adults, $7 seniors, $3.50
ages 3-12, free for under 3 and members.
The Museum offers visitors of all ages
interpretive exhibits that celebrate the natural
history of Cape Cod. The Museum was
founded in 1954, with a mission to encourage and advance understanding of our natural
environment through discovery and learning.
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The Museum is
housed in a 17,000
square-foot building
surrounded by 400
acres of conservation
land, with scenic
walking trails across
salt marsh and out
to beautiful Wing
Island and the bay. There are two floors of
exhibits, an aquarium, large nature library, and
a Museum shop full of great gifts, tee shirts,
jewelry, books and educational and naturerelated toys and games. Lectures and workshops
on natural history topics are also offered
year-round, and with special programs for
children.
Interactive displays of Cape coastal change,
whale and dolphin specimens, collections of
carved and mounted birds, and rotating art
exhibits are among the presentations at the
Museum. The Museum also has aquatic tanks
with fresh and saltwater habitats and tidal pool,
displaying over 65 native marine animals.
The Clarence Hay Library houses a large
collection of natural history books, magazines,
videos and DVDs. Known for popular programs such as KidSummer and Mudflat
Mania, lecture series by renowned scientists,
credited courses on regional marine topics
and special family events, the Museum is
truly a Cape Cod treasure.
The Museum grounds contain three
walking trails that are open year-round for
self-guided exploration and in the summer
with experienced trail guides. The John
Wing Trail, owned by the Town of Brewster,
passes through 1.3 mile of salt marsh, upland
forest, dune and beach habitats. The Lee
Baldwin South Trail begins on the south
side of Rte. 6A and passes through .75 mile
of brackish salt marsh and beech forest. A
.75 mile spur trail follows the eastern edge
of Stony Brook. The North Trail, a short .25
loop, is ideal for families with young children,
offering views of the salt marsh, Paine’s Creek
and cultivated and
non-cultivated wildflower areas.
Crosby Mansion
Off Main St. (Rte. 6A) on Crosby Lane in
East Brewster. The elegant grounds are open
to the public for walking all summer, and the
mansion is open with guided tours during one of four open houses: July 4 and 18,
and Aug. 1 and 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The mansion overlooks Cape Cod Bay, with
architecture featuring a fanciful collection of
turrets, towers and columns. Built in 1887 by
entrepreneur Albert Crosby, the building
is full of wonderful details inside and out. It’s
interesting to note that the mansion was actually
built around Mr. Crosby’s grandparents’
original Cape Cod homestead, and a small
door inside connects the two buildings. For
more information,
call 508-896-1744.
Stony Brook
Grist Mill
& Museum
Herring Run
The intersection
of Satucket & Stony
Brook Roads is a
favorite place for
local residents as
well as visitors. It is a location of great
natural and historical interest, featuring a
picturesque mill beside a sparkling stream.
Footpaths on both sides of the road meander
along the edge of Stony Brook. Informative
signs provide details about the area’s rich
history.
The Grist Mill, beside Stony Brook, is a
quiet reminder that this location was a busy
19th Century industrial area. The Factory
Village produced goods such as shoes, furniture and fabric. The present Grist Mill was
built in 1873 on the foundation of an old
fulling and woolen mill. Water flowing over
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the water wheel creates power to grind corn
between giant millstones. The town bought
the mill and surrounding area in 1940.
After recent years of refurbishment the
museum is open and the mill is grinding
corn again. Open Sat 10am-2pm, late JuneAugust. Take home some corn meal to make
fresh corn muffins!
Brewster’s harbinger of spring is the news
that “The herring are running!” From midApril through early May (depending on air
and water temperatures), hordes of herring
migrate up Stony Brook from the salt water
of Cape Cod Bay to spawn in the pond waters
of West Brewster,. The Herring Run’s paths
are a great place to observe the alewives’ aweinspiring journey up the fish ladders. The Run
is considered a Cape Cod classic. Picnic Table.
Cape Cod Rail Trail
­­Walk, run, bike or rollerblade
along 25 miles of scenic paved
paths where train tracks once
carried passengers and supplies to local
Cape Cod destinations. The trail stretches from Dennis to Wellfleet, winding
past Brewster’s forests, cranberry bogs and
ponds. In East Brewster, the trail intersects
with an additional eight miles of bike trails
in Nickerson State Park.
There are numerous places to get on the
trail; the intersection of Route 137 and
Underpass Road features a parking area and
convenient accesss. Explore the Rail Trail
Extension through Harwich to Chatham,
ending at Depot Road.
Public Tennis, Basketball,
Soccer/Baseball Fields
There are six public courts located behind
the Fire & Rescue Station. Park behind the
Council on Aging, 1673 Main St., and walk
behind the Fire Station.
Weekday summer mornings until 12:00pm,
the Tennis Courts are reserved for Brewster
Recreation Programs. During the summer
10
months, courts will be open to the public for
no charge after 12:00 pm. For more information on Youth &­­­Adult Tennis Programs,
call Brewster Recreation 508-896-9430.
Basketball is available at the same location
- no court time reservations are necessary.
­Town Recreation Softball Fields are
located in front of our Town Hall.
Reservations can be made through the
Brewster Recreation Office 508-896-9430.
Drummer Boy Park
773 Main Street, West
Brewster is home to
Brewster’s Bandstand
and Playground. The site
offers a spectacular view
from Route 6A, across Quivet Creek to Cape
Cod Bay. On Sunday evenings at 6 pm in July
and August bring a picnic and lawn blanket
and enjoy the music of The Brewster Band.
Two 18th Century buildings of historical
interest - Old Higgins Farm Windmill and
the Harris Black House - are situated nearby.
Nickerson State Park
3488 Main St., 508-896-3491. An ideal
place for a family outing, camping, hiking,
biking, swimming, or boating. Encompassing
more than 1,955 acres and eight freshwater
ponds, the park has nature trails, 8 miles of
paved paths, picnic sites, three stocked yearround ponds, and boat launches for motorboats (10 HP limit), sailboats,
canoes and kayaks. Nickerson
offers 420 seasonal campsites
situated around the ponds and in
the woods. Resevations only through 877-4226762 or www.reserveamerica.com. All campsites reserved in advance. Last minute sites
may become available only by chance. Trail
maps available on chamber website.
Punkhorn Parklands
Over 800 acres of conservation land with
wooded trails that pass by lakes,
ponds and marshes. Begins at the
end of paved Run Hill Rd. There
are miles of great trails, so wear
your hiking boots. General maps sold at
Town Hall. The latest trail maps available
for the Boot Swamp Trail, Calf Field Pond,
and Eagle Point sections of the Punkhorn
Parklands are printable from your home
computer www.town.brewster.ma.us Follow
the color-coded trails.­
Dogs
No dogs on Brewster beaches from June
1-October 1. After October 1, dogs must
be on leashes and waste picked up. In the
summer two nearby beaches of the National
Seashore will welcome your dog (on leash,
with drinking water & your watchful eye)—
In Eastham, Nauset Lighthouse Beach and
in Wellfleet, Marconi Beach. Walking your
dog inNickerson State Park is ideal with the
shaded paved and off road paths. There is a
Cape-wide leash law.
Cape R ep Theatre
“The 25th Anniversary Season”
3299 Main Street, Brewster
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508-896-1888
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www.caperep.org
Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl
May 6-June 6: Thurs-Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm, No performance May 9
Added performance May 26 at 7pm
TBA June 24 - July 17: Tues-Sat at 8pm
The 25th Anniversary Production of the classic musical The Wizard of Oz
July 29 - August 28: Tues at 7pm, Wed-Sat at 8pm
Side Man, the Tony Award Winning Best Play
Sept 16 - Oct 17: Thurs-Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm, No performance September 19
Added performance October 6 at 7pm
The Broadway Musical Comedy The Drowsy Chaperone
Nov 4 - Dec 5: Wed at 7, Thurs-Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm,
No performance November 7
Please call for Children’s Programming, The Broadway Musical Dinner Revue
and Special 25th Anniversary Celebration
Due to the nature of performing arts, all shows, dates and performers are subject to change.
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What to do in Brewster. . .
Bike Rentals
Bike Map on page 26
Brewster Bike
442 Underpass Road, PO Box 1324,
508-896-8149, direct access to bike path 8
KidSummer Day Programs at The Cape
Cod Museum of Natural History
869 Main Street, 508-896-3867 8
Laurel Day Camp
1436 Long Pond Road, 508-896-4934 8
Rail Trail Bike & Kayak
302 Underpass Road, PO Box 1109,
508-896-8200, direct access to bike path 8
Nauset Youth Alliance
Child Care Program
Camps
384 Underpass Rd., PO Box 541,
508-896-7900
Brewster Day Camp at the Family Schools
3570 Main Street, 508-896-6555,
888-396-2267 8
Brewster Whitecaps Baseball Clinics
PO Box 2349, Clinics held at
Stony Brook Elementary School field 8
846-5789
Cape Cod Baseball League
Brewster Whitecaps Baseball
PO Box 2349, Home field at Stony Brook
Elementary School, 384 Underpass Road 8
Churches
Brewster Baptist Church
1848 Main Street, 508-896-3381 8
Cape Cod Sea Camps
3057 Main Street, PO Box 1880, 508-896-3451
First Parish Brewster Unitarian Universalist
Captains Golf Course-Junior Program
1969 Main Street; Mailing: 1 Harwich Road,
508-896-5577 8
1000 Freeman’s Way, 508-896-1716
877-843-9081 8
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02631-7880
508.896.3451
508.896.3626
fax 508.896.8272
[email protected] www.capecodseacamps.com
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What to do in Brewster. . .
Golf
kayak rentals
Captains Golf Course
Rail Trail Bike & Kayak
1000 Freeman’s Way, 508-896-1716,
877-843-9081 8
302 Underpass Rd., PO Box 1109
508-896-8200 8
Mini Golf
Library - Public
Harbor Lights Mini Golf
81 Underpass Road, 508-896-2691
Horses—Trail Rides
Emerald Hollow Farm
235 Run Hill Road, 508-685-6811 8
Brewster Ladies’ Library
1822 Main Street, 508-896-3913 8
Museums
Brewster Historical Society Museum
3171 Main St., PO Box 1146, 508-896-9521 8
Pony Rides & Lessons
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Places to Worship
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Anglican Church of the
Resurrection
call for services; Mailing: PO Box 1704,
Brewster; 508-896-2550
Brewster Baptist Church
1848 Main Street, 508-896-3381 8
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Cape Cod Bible Alliance
3600 Main Street, 508-896-2453
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Cape Cod Covenant Church
11 Satucket Road, Brewster-Dennis Line, 508-385-2223;
Mailing: PO Box 219, So. Dennis
• Catholic Churches—Masses schedule 508-385-8407
Immaculate Conception
2580 Main Street, 508-385-3252
Our Lady of the Cape
468 Stony Brook Road, 508-385-3252, Mailing: PO Box 1799, Brewster
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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
423 Freeman’s Way, 508-896-9863
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First Church of Christ Scientist
Main St. and Foster Road, 508-896-5250
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First Parish Brewster (Unitarian Universalist)
1969 Main Street, Mailing: 1 Harwich Road, 508-896-5577 8
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Northside United Methodist Church
701 Airline Road, Brewster-Dennis line, 508-385-8622 8
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Trinity Lutheran Church
1883 Main Street, 508-896-3396 NEW
Krikorian Hardwood Floors, Inc.
Brewster
PO Box 1200
BrewsterMA
02631 508-896-4396
2 WORSHIP SERVICES
Sunday 8:30 a.m. - Contemporary
10:30 a.m. - Traditional
PASTOR - Rev. Dr. Douglas Scalise
ASSOCIATE PASTOR - Rev. Mary Scheer
An American Baptist Church • Rte. 6A Between Rtes. 124 & 137 • 508-896-3381
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What to do in Brewster. . .
­­­­Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Sportfishing
869 Main Street, 508-896-3867 8
Fishtale Sportfishing
SCHOOLS—PRIVATE
Latham Centers, Inc.
1646 Main St., PO Box 1879, 508-896-5776 8
The Laurel School
Charter out of Saquatucket Harbor,
715 Main Street, Rt. 28, Harwich Port.
Mailing: PO Box 701, Harwich Port,
Boat phone 508-237-5995. 508-432-3783 8
Susie J. Sportfishing Charters
1436 Long Pond Road,
508-896-4934 8
Playhouses & Music
The Brewster Band
Sundays at Drummer Boy Park Bandstand
Mailing: PO Box 1054, Brewster 02631,
508-394-2169
Cape Rep Theatre
Charters out of Sesuit Harbor, E. Dennis;
Mailing: P.O. Box 433, E. Dennis
617-417-5992 8
Time Flies
Charters out of Sesuit Harbor, E. Dennis;
Mailing: 1274 Long Pond Road, Brewster
508-896-6395, 800-281-8700 8
Whale Watching
3299 Main St., PO Box 1305,
508-896-1888 8
Dolphin Fleet Whalewatch
307 Commercial St., MacMillan Pier,
Provincetown, 508-240-3636, 800-826-9300 8
Sailing
Cape Sail
PO Box 931, Lessons and charters
Upper Mill Pond and Saquatucket Harbor,
Harwichport, 508-896-2730 8
Aquarium
Seasonal Events
The Changing Cape
Gift & Book Store
Trails by the Bay
Osprey Cam
Nature Exhibits
Mudflat Mania
Beehives
Guided Field Walks
Lectures
Films
KidSummer (June 29–August 21) Registration info: 508-896-3867 ext.133
HOURS
Feb 1 - Mar 31, 11pm-3pm, Thursday-Sunday
Apr 1 - May 31, 11am-3pm, Wednesday-Sunday
Jun 1 - Sep 30, 9:30am-4pm, every day
Oct 1 - Dec 30, 12pm-4pm, Wednesday-Sunday
January, open for special programs only and closed on federal holidays.
Check website for schedule changes
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What to do in Brewster. . .
www.fishtalesportfishing.com
Cape Sail
Affordable Private Charters
Lessons—Big Boat or Small
with captain bob rice
2 Hours to Island Overnights - Patient Experienced
Teacher - Saquatucket Harbor - Harwichport
508-896-2730
Rates, directions, more at www.capesail.com
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Biggest
hit of the
summer!
Swing into summer with the Brewster Whitecaps, including
the team’s popular youth clinics for kids ages 6-13, sponsored
exclusively by Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club. Sign up by
the week or by the day for mornings full of fun, games and
instruction by Cape League coaches and players. Register online
at brewsterwhitecaps.com for the weeks of June 21 - August 2.
Bring the family to a Whitecaps game and enjoy the old time, town team atmosphere
with ballpark franks and a 50-50 raffle for cash and prizes. Home games begin at a
family friendly 5 p.m. with no admission charge, donations only. Kids return foul balls
for treats, test their fastball on the radar gun, make new friends on the playscape and
get autographs from players.
Got a few hours to lend a hand this summer? The Whitecaps need adult volunteers.
Please call President Peter Blatz, 508-896-8500 Ext. 147.
Photo: SportsPix
2010 Brewster Whitecaps Home Games
Stony Brook Field, Underpass Road, between Routes 6A and 137, Brewster.
Games start at 5 p.m., 4:30 p.m. in August.
June
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July
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Brewster Whitecaps Baseball Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 2349, Brewster, MA 02631
brewsterwhitecaps.com
“Proud
to play in
Brewster”
Where to Shop ...
Antiques
Brewster Monday Painters
Barbara Grant - Antiques & Books
1793 Main Street, PO Box 1223, 508-896-7198
Monday outdoor art shows in the summer
The Council on Aging front lawn, 1673 Main St.
Countryside Antiques of Cape Cod, Inc.
Clayton’s Clay Works
2052 Main St., PO Box 1248, 508-896-1444 8
3820 Main Street, 508-255-4937 8
Domar Antiques
Handcraft House
2912 Main Street, 508-896-1812
3966 Main Street, 508-240-1412 8
Stringe Gallery Art and Antiques
Heart Pottery
2896 Main Street, 508-896-5946 8
1145 Main Street, 508-896-6189 8
The MEWS at Brewster - Antiques
Preu Photography
2926 Main St, Rte. 6A, (diagonally across from
Ocean Edge Resort) Mailing: PO Box 191,
Yarmouthport, 508-896-4887
1145 Main Street, 508-896-4071 8
Reed N Glass Shop
Wayne’s Antiques
151 Satucket Road, 508-385-3704
1589 Main Street, 508-896-0299
Sola Gallery II
1199 Main Street, 508-896-8650 8
Lemon Tree Village, 1069 Main St,
508-896-1882 8
Antique Garden Items
Star Pottery & Brennan Marquetry
Wisteria Antiques, Etc…
McLoud House—Antique & Unusual
Plant Containers
451 Stony Brook Road, 508-385-2970
Stony Brook Design
2095 Main Street, 508-896-2513
1211 Stony Brook Road, 508-896-8206 8
Arts, Fine Crafts, Galleries,
Stringe Gallery Art and Antiques
Pottery
Aries East Gallery
2896 Main Street, 508-896-5946 8
2805 Main Street, PO Box 1124
508-896-7681 8
Struna Galleries
3873 Main Street, 508-255-6618 8
Blue Jacket Studios & Gallery
80 Blue Jacket Way, PO Box 246,
508-896-3353 8
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Where to Shop ...
The Spectrum of American Artists
& Craftsmen, Inc
Candy
369 Main Street, PO Box 1323, E. Dennis
508-385-3322, 800-221-2472 8
1935 Main Street, 508-896-3744 8
Brewster General Store
Brewster Sweets
Underground Art Gallery
673 Satucket Road, 508-896-3757 8
Lemon Tree Village, 1069 Main Street,
508-896-6500
BOoks
General Store
Barbara Grant - Antiques & Books
Brewster General Store
1793 Main Street, PO Box 1223,
508-896-7198
1935 Main Street, 508-896-3744 8 The Brewster Book Store
CMD Creations
Gift Baskets
2648 Main Street, PO Box 1199
508-896-6543, 800-823-6543
Gifts, Event & Floral
www.cmdcreations.com
508-237-4261 8
Craftsmen
Kristal Sunnyside Wools
Gift Baskets from Cape Cod .com
766 Long Pond Road, PO Box 390,
508-896-7114 8
Gifts, Event & Wedding - 76 Harwich Road,
Satucket Farm, 508-896-5540 8
Susan Clark Leathercraft
508-896-7844, Mailing: 629 Thousand Oaks Dr.
GIFT CARDS - ONLINE
SendOutCards.com/sheridan
508-681-9804 8
Gift Shops
By-the-Bay Artful Inspirations
Lemon Tree Village, 1077 Main Street,
PO Box 955, 508-896-1800 8
Handcraft House
3966 Main St. 508-240-1412 8
Mail: 153 Pells Fishing Rd. 19
Where to Shop ...
Nurseries - garden center
Hopkins House Gift Shop & Bakery
2727 Main Street, 508-896-9337
Crocker Nurseries
1132 Route 137, PO Box 1746,
508-896-5060 8
Strawberry Patch
2550 Main St., PO Box 689, 508-896-5050 8
Toy Shop
The Spectrum of American Artists
& Craftsmen, Inc
The Village Toy Store
369 Main Street, PO Box 1323, E. Dennis
508-385-3322, 800-221-2472 8
Lemon Tree Village, 1069 Main Street,
508-896-8185
Woodworks Gallery
SOUVENIRS
Lemon Tree Village, 1069 Main Street,
PO Box 1139, 508-896-3133 8
Brewster General Store
1935 Main Street, 508-896-3744 8
Hardware
Cape Cod Shop
Lemon Tree Village, 1069 Main Street,
508-896-8185
True Value Hardware
2650 Main Street, PO Box 117, Orleans
508-896-6610
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ENJOY THE BEST OF HISTORIC BREWSTER!
The Brewster General Store
Start your day at our 144-year-old general store with your
newspaper, coffee, donuts and pastries--chatting with friends on
the famous Brewster Store benches. Select penny candy,
homemade fudge, Cape Cod taffy as well as gifts from a broad
array of merchandise sold in the general stores of long ago.
Summer days 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. www.brewsterstore.com 508-896-3744
Enjoy the best ice cream in town at The Brewster Scoop
located next to The Brewster General Store. Open summer days noon to 10 p.m.
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Where to Go ...
Concerts
by The Brewster Band
When? - Sunday evenings at 6 pm. July & August
Where? - At the Bandstand, Drummer Boy Park
Overlooking Cape Cod Bay
Route 6A, West Brewster
What to Bring? - Chairs or Blanket
Come early & bring a picnic supper
to enjoy before the concert!
There is a playground for the children • Plenty of Parking • No Admission
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Cape Cod Rail Trail map courtesy of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation
Cape Cod Bike Map
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www.satucketfarm.com
Satucket Farm Stand
Local Produce, Native Flavor, and Then Some...
Perfectly ripe fruits,
vegetables, berries, and
native corn for summer feasts.
Homemade fruit pies,
muffins, breads, and desserts to
make your mouth water.
Blooming flowers and
herbs that go from our garden
to your kitchen and table.
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Where to Eat ...
Breakwater Lobster & Fish
Catering
Bayside Seafood and Market
235 Underpass Road, 508-896-7080
2740 Main St., PO Box 1782, 508-896-5367,
877-896-2526 8
Hopkins House Bakery Shop
Bramble Inn & Restaurant
2019 Main Street, PO Box 807,
508-896-7644 8
2727 Main Street, 508-896-3450
Pell’s Fishing Rd.
Satucket Farm Stand
76 Harwich Rd, Rte. 124, 508-896-5540 8
Casual Gourmet at Galley Grille
Captains Golf Course
Liquor Store
1000 Freeman’s Way, 508-896-1113
Office:508-775-4946 8
Luke’s Super Liquors
El Guapo’s Taqueria
239 Underpass Rd., 508-896-3338 8
Light Fare – Sandwiches,
ice cream…
Local Flavor - Lunch & Bagel
400 East Restaurant
302 Underpass Rd, 508-896-1234
1421 Orleans Road, Harwich, 508-432-1800 8
On-Site Catering & Personal Chef
Services
Bayside Seafood and Market
PO Box 295, 508-896-4267 2740 Main St., PO Box 1782, 508-896-5367,
877-896-2526 8
Food Markets & Specialties
Breakwater Lobster & Fish – Fish & Chips
Brewster Aquaculture AssociationBrewster Oysters
235 Underpass Road, 508-896-7080
PO Box 219, Brewster, 508-237-4364 8
2149 Main Street, 508-896-8224
15 Lower Road, 508-896-2324 8
Brewster Coffee Shop
Bayside ­­­­Seafood and Market
2740 Main St., PO Box 1782, 508-896-5367,
877-896-2526 8
Brewster Inn-Chowder House
& Woodshed
1993 Main St., PO Box 967, 508-896-7771
Lobster Claw
42 Cranberry Highway, Orleans 508-255-1800
Chillingsworth
Contemporary
French Cuisine
Elegant Fine Dining Luxurious Country Inn Guest Rooms
Custom Planned Wedding Dinners & Private Parties
Chillingsworth
Chills Bistro at
Casual a la Carte Dinner, Lunch & Sunday Brunch in the Greenhouse.
plus Comfortable Bar and Lounge Seating
a­
“Chillingsworth is regarded as the best restaurant on the Cape.” New York Times
“Impeccable” “...dining unequalled on Cape Cod.” “...perfect for celebrations.” Zagat Guide
2449 Main Street, Route 6A Brewster / wwww.chillingsworth.com
Schedule, Info. & Reservations 508-896-3640 or Toll Free 800-430-3640 Fax 508-896-7540
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Where to Eat ...
The Linx Tavern at Ocean Edge Resort
Shop Local!
832 Villages Drive, 774-323-6210 8 Did you know?
The Reef Café at Ocean Edge Resort
195 Villages Drive, 774-323-6300 8
For every $100 spent in
local businesses,
$68 comes back
to the community though
taxes, payroll and
other expenditures.
Restaurants
400 East Restaurant
1421 Orleans Road, Harwich, 508-432-1800
Agro Dolce Bar & Ristorante
2671 Main Street, 508-896-8600
If you spend that in
a national chain
$43 comes back.
On-site Catering &
Personal Chef Services
Fresh, Delicious, Innovative: Backyard Barbecues
Gourmet Picnics
Caribbean Delights • Clambakes
Greek Specialties • Fresh Grilled Seafood
If you spend that online,
zero comes back.
Source: www.the350project.net
508-896-4267
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Where to Eat ...
Bramble Inn & Restaurant
2019 Main St., PO Box 807, 508-896-7644 8
Brewster Fish House
2208 Main Street, PO Box 71, 508-896-7867
Brewster Inn-Chowder House
& Woodshed
El Guapo’s Taqueria
239 Underpass Rd., 508-896-3338 8
Galley Grille at Captains Golf Course
1000 Freeman’s Way, 508-896-1113 8
JT’s Seafood Restaurant
2689 Main St., PO Box 932, 508-896-3355
1993 Main Street, PO Box 967 , 508-896-7771
Brewster Scoop at the General Store
1935 Main Street 8
Chillingsworth
2449 Main St., PO Box 1819,
508-896-7482, 800-430-3640 8
The Linx Tavern at Ocean Edge Resort
832 Villages Drive, 774-323-6210 8 The Linx Tavern at Ocean Edge Resort
832 Villages Drive, 774-323-6210 8
The Reef Café at Ocean Edge Resort
195 Villages Drive, 774-323-6300 8
Shop Local!
Join the 3/50 Movement!
Picture 3 businesses
you would miss
if they disappeared.
Now, commit to spending
$50 per month
in each of them and
remember that 68% of your
dollars spent return to
the local community!
The Brewster Chamber of
Commerce
is a proud Supporter
of The 3/50 Project.
World’s Only Underground
VFW Post
Lounge • Big Screen TV
Rental Facilities
Guests Welcome
Visit www.the350project.net
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Services Available ...
Architect
C.C. Construction Inc.
Steven C. Hayes, Architect PC
15 Diamond’s Path, off Great Western Rd,
PO Box 1493, S. Dennis, 508-398-1811
15 Bay State Court, PO Box 621,
508-240-1411 8
Christopher Smith Masonry
PO Box 956, 774-353-6040 8
Attorney
Marion R. Hobbs, Attorney at Law
Desmond Well Drilling Inc.,
2648 Main Street, PO Box 609
508-896-2709
5 Rayber Road, PO Box 2783, Orleans,
508-240-1000, 800-649-6527 8
Beauty
Hague Building & Remodeling
Salon on 6
48 Birch Lane, Brewster, Mailing:
PO Box 1394, Orleans, 508-240-1143 8
2672 Main Street, 508-896-3844
Tricia’s Cut & Dry Salon
2454 Main Street, 508-896-2818
83 Cathedral Road, 508-896-3694
Building Trades & Services
Krikorian Hardwood Floors
Benger Construction, LLC
PO Box 1200, 508-896-4396 8
John G. Latham, Inc. - Plumbing
143 Pond View Drive, 508-385-2858 8
Mayflower Glass Company, Inc.
Brian P. Daley Construction, Inc.
111 Commerce Park, 508-896-5683,
800-339-5680
57 Smith Lane, 508-237-2760
BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL
ASSOCIATES, INC.
EMERGENCY SPILL RESPONSE
WASTE SITE CLEANUP
SITE ASSESSMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING
LAND USE PLANNING
Route 6A
WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT,
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
WASTEWATER TREATMENT,
OPERATION & MAINTENANCE
SEPTIC DESIGN & INSPECTION
LICENSED SITE PROFESSIONALS
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTISTS
GEOLOGISTS SANITARIANS
1573 Main Street - P.O. Box 1743
Brewster, MA 02631
508-896-1706 Fax 508-896-5109
www.bennett-ea.com
ASSESSMENT • REMEDIATION • RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Crosby Mansion
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LARRY
WINSLOW
MASTER
ELECTRICIAN
508-385-8946
3 Featherbed Lane, Brewster, MA 02631
Lic.# A15364
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Services Available ...
Steinmetz Painting & Home Improvement Engineering
LLC
Coastal Engineering Co. Inc.
51 Boulder Road, 508-896-7209 8
260 Cranberry Hwy., Orleans, 508-255-6511 8
Larry Winslow - Electrician
J.M. O’Reilly and Associates, Inc.
3 Featherbed Lane, 508-385-8946
1573 Main Street, 2nd Floor, PO Box 1773,
508-896-6601 8
Business ServiceS
Steven M. Ellard, CPA
2759 Main Street, PO Box 2241, 508-896-3377 8
Environmental Services
Bennett Environmental Associates, Inc.
Fratus Business Services
1573 Main St., PO Box 1743, 508-896-1706
2207 Main Street, PO Box 182, 508-896-1878
Brewster Community Solar Gardens
Dentist
508-280-1261
Breakwater Dental
Dr. Tim McAdams
J.M. O’Reilly & Associates, Inc.
1573 Main Street, PO Box 1773
508-896-6601 8
2187 Main Street, 508-896-5951
Financial Services
Child Care
Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank
Nauset Youth Alliance
384 Underpass Rd., PO Box 541, 508-896-7900 2745 Main Street, PO Box 1619,
508-896-2701 8
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[email protected]
2009
D r . T i m o t h y M c A da m s
2187 Main A, Brewster, MA 02631
508-896-5951 • www.BreakwaterDental.com
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Higgins Farm windmill at the Drummer Boy Park in Brewster.
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Services Available ...
TD Bank
7 Underpass Road, PO Box 1649,
508-896-5713 8
Health Services
Justice of the Peace
Justice of the Peace, I. Marie Sherman
157 Tubman Road, “Old Glory Homestead”,
508-896-5066 8
Breakwater Dental
Dr. Tim McAdams
Soulful Weddings & Ceremonies
2187 Main Street, 508-896-5951
Landscaping
Lower Cape Podiatry
Cape Sand & Recycling
1515 Freeman’s Way, PO Box 1555
508-255-1550 8
4 Granite State Court, 508-255-1100 8
Outer Cape Health Services
187 Magnet Way, 508-896-9202
3130 Route 6, Wellfleet, 508-349-3131
49 Harry Kemp Way, P’town, 508-487-9395
Estates Landscape & Maintenance
Insurance
Land Surveying Callahan Insurance Agency Inc.
2450 Main Street, PO Box 1680,
508-896-3771, 800-896-3771 8
INTERIOR DESIGN
Elissa Fenster Interiors
Woodward Road, Brewster
617-965-8013
123 Yankee Drive, 508-896-5825
J.M. O’Reilly and Associates, Inc.
1573 Main Street, 2nd Floor, PO Box 1773,
508-896-6601 8
Outermost Land Survey, Inc.
3904 Main Street, 508-255-0477 8
Soule Land Surveying
103 Vesper Pond Rd., 508-255-4728
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Services Available ...
Brewster VFW Post #9917
massage
989 Freeman’s Way, PO Box 875,
508-896-9040
Touch of Spirit Massage
Linda Bender LMT, 3937 Main St.,
PO Box 1728, 508-896-6922
Personal coaching
Media Services – EDITING,
Print, Web, Film, & graphics
Chuck Ross Writing, Editing &
Web Consulting
Better Than Ever Coaching
PO Box 391, 508-896-5779 8
Photography
2314 Main Street, 508-896-2120 8
Photography by Deborah
eCape, Inc.
2 Patricia Ave., W. Yarmouth,
508-398-3728 8
900 Route 134, So. Dennis, 508-385-0003 8
Property Management
Family Lore
HomeWatch, Inc.
PO Box 2206, 508-896-3627 8
12 Tower Hill Circle, 508-896-1200,
800-287-2800 8
Paraclete Press
36 Southern Eagle Cartway, 800-451-5006 8
Publications
Stony Brook Design – Graphics &
Illustration
Cape Cod Life Publications
Mashpee Commons, 13 Steeple Street
PO Box 1439, Mashpee
508-419-7381, 800-645-4482 8
1211 Stony Brook Road, 508-896-8206 8 Non-Profit Organizations Cape Cod Times
Brewster Conservation Trust
319 Main St., Hyannis,
508-775-1200, 800-286-2233 8
508-896-3500
Brewster Council on Aging
Cape & Islands Pride Pages
1673 Main Street, 508-896-2737 8
PO Box 1467, Eastham 508-789-7047 8
Brewster Historical Society Museum
eCape. Inc.
3171 Main Street, 508-896-9521
900 Rte. 134, S. Dennis, 508-385-0003 8
Brewster Taxpayer’s Association
Resort Maps
PO Box 702, 508-255-7045
508-681-9804 8
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Services Available ...
Senior Services
Brewster Council on Aging
brewster facts. . .
Brewster’s population
is 10,492 (in 2009)
Property Tax Rate
F/Y 2010: $6.08
Land
about 25 square miles
1673 Main Street, 508-896-2737 8
EPOCH Assisted Living at Brewster Place
855 Harwich Road, 508-896-3252,
888-613-2123 8
sPA
The E SPA
2342 Main Street, 508-896-2340 8 Average Temperatures
Compiled by the U.S. Weather Bureau
Travel
Cape Cod Adventures
800 Main Street, Rte.6A, PO Box 2029,
Dennis, 508-385-5547 8
Waste-Garbage Removal Nauset Disposal
3 Rayber Road, PO Box 826, Orleans,
508-255-1419 8
www.nausetdisposal,com
WATER WELLS
Desmond Well Drilling Inc.,
5 Rayber Road, PO Box 2783, Orleans
508-240-1000 8
January February March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
High
40
41
42
53
62
71
78
76
70
59
49
40
Low
25
26
28
40
48
56
63
61
56
47
37
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24 Hours weather info 508-771-5522
Planning a Wedding, Corporate Function, Family Reunion or other Special Event?
Brewster is your Ideal
Small Town Host!
And the Brewster Chamber of Commerce
staff can help you connect with the resources
you need to assist you with your planning
decisions. Visit www.Brewster-CapeCod.com
for information about Weddings and other
events, then call to order our Event Planning
Portfolio – 508-896-3500.
Arrangements can be made to ship large quantities of guide books and maps to your in advance:
contact the chamber office at 508-896-3500 for details.
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Where to Stay ...
Where to Live ...
Real Estate Services
Leighton Realty, LLC
Real Estate Title Examiner
Ann Livesey
15 Cape Lane
508-896-6511, 888-534-4486 8
PO Box 136, 508-896-5953
Lighthouse Team Raveis Real Estate
Real Estate Appraisal Services
207 Main Street, PO Box 1537 E. Orleans
908-304-8647, 617-835-7374
17 Marlboro Drive, So. Dennis, 508-385-8211
Stewart Title Search
92 Paines Creek Road, 508-896-7684
Real Estate Sales
Cape Cod Village Realty
Norman Michaud, Realtor
Kinlin Grover Real Estate
1990 Main St., 774-722-1690 8
oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty
51 Captain Dunbar Road, PO Box 2408,
508-237-1617, 800-585-4011 8
2404 Main Street, Box 2310,
508-896-6900, 800-896-9008 8
The French Team at Kinlin Grover
Real Estate
Resort
1990 Main Street, PO Box 2000,
508-896-8500 8
Graham Real Estate
Brewster Green Resort
203 Lund Farm Way, 508-896-7551,
800-228-2968 8
PO Box 1650, 508-896-5766
Ocean Edge Resort & Club
on Cape Cod
Great Locations Real Estate, Inc. d/b/a
Great Cape vacations
2907 Main Street, 508-896-9000,
800-343-6074 8
2660 Main Street, PO Box 1748,
508-896-2090, 800-626-9984 8
Bed & Breakfasts, InnS
Jan Allen Melikan Realtors
11 Maple Road, Orleans,
508-255-8431
Kinlin Grover Real Estate
1990 Main Street, PO Box 2000,
508-896-7000, 888-316-8533 8
Bramble Inn & Restaurant
2019 Main Street, PO Box 807,
508-896-7644 8
Brewster by the Sea Inn & Spa
716 Main Street, 508-896-3910,
800-892-3910 8
Candleberry Inn on Cape Cod
Cape Cod area
code: 508
Zipcodes:
Brewster 02631 Orleans 02653
Dennis 02638 Hyannis 02601
Falmouth 02540 W. Barnstable 02668
W. Yarmouth 02673
8 in our directory indicates a listing
with a website. Websites may be accessed via
links found at www.brewstercapecod.org
1882 Main Street, 508-896-3300,
800-573-4769 8
Chillingsworth
2449 Main St., PO Box 1819, 508-896-7482,
800-430-3640 8
Isaiah Clark House
1187 Main Street, 508-896-2223,
800-822-4001 8
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Where to Stay ...
Michael’s Cottages and Bed & Breakfast
Camping
618 Main Street, 508-896-4025,
800-399-2967 8
Nickerson State Park
3488 Main Street, 508-896-3491,
877-422-6762 8
Ocean Gold Bed & Breakfast
74 Locust Lane, 508-255-7045,
800-526-3760 8
Shady Knoll Campground
Old Manse Inn
Sweetwater Forest Family Camping
1709 Main Street, 508-896-3002 8
1861 Main Street, 508-896-3149,
866-896-3149 8
676 Harwich Road, PO Box 1797,
508-896-3773 8
Old Sea Pines Inn
Linen rentals
The Furies Linen Rentals &
House Cleaning
2553 Main Street, PO Box 1070,
508-896-6114 8
2393 Rt. 6, PO Box 2033, Wellfleet
508-349-1145 8
Pepper House Inn
2062 Main St., PO Box 1102, 508-896-2062,
888-896-2062 8
Rentals: Vacation,
cottages
ABC Vacation Rentals
29 Water St., Suite 208 - Newburyport
800-710-2755
freedom
to swing a club, a racquet,
or a sand shovel
Beaches that change with the tide. And more than 400 acres that let you change your mind.
the cape’s only nickl aus design golf course
26-mile bike trail
pools
tennis
resort to freedom
brewster, cape cod, ma
508.896.9000
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bonfires
Where to Stay ...
All Seasons Vacation Rentals WeNeedaVacation.com
Send us an email at
[email protected]
or visit our website
www.weneedavacation.com
508-785-5484, 888-281-8660 8
CapeCodRentals.com
8 Nell’s Way, Unit 11
PO Box 6, Orleans, MA 02653
508-240-6535, 800-896-4606 8
Ellis Landing Cottages
PO Box 231, 508-896-5072 8
Great Locations Real Estate, Inc. d/b/a
Great Cape Vacations
2660 Main Street, PO Box 1748,
508-896-2090, 800-626-9984 8
Kinlin Grover Vacation Rentals
1990 Main Street, PO Box 2000,
508-896-7004, 800-338-1851 8
Leighton Realty, Rentals
15 Cape Lane
508-896-0222, 888-534-4489 8
Lighthouse Team Raveis Real Estate
207 Main Street, PO Box 1537 E. Orleans
908-304-8647, 617-835-7374
Linger Longer By the Sea
Apartments & Cottages
261 Linnell Landing Rd., PO Box 1880,
508-896-7714 8
Michael’s Cottages and Bed & Breakfast
618 Main Street, 508-896-4025,
800-399-2967 8
Brewster
Green Resort
203 Lund Farm Way
Brewster MA 02631
(508) 896-7551
FAX (508) 896-7358
www.brewstergreenresort.com
S
pacious two and three bedroom
condominiums situated
on 17 acres of manicured property
Resort amenities include indoor
and outdoor pools, hot tub
and sauna, tennis courts,
racquetball courts, exercise room,
shuffleboard and more
Wedding Receptions & Special Occasions
Romantic Intimate Old Cape Cod Setting with
Lovely Private Grounds
Indoor & Outdoor Ceremonies & Receptions
Accommodations with Breakfast for
out-of-town guests.
Come and see our Musical Dinner Revue
Sunday nights - June through September
2553 Main St., Brewster, MA
Call for further information: 508-896-6114
OldSeaPinesInn.com
Nightly and weekly rentals available
Open year round
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Where to Stay ...
oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty
The Garrett Studio
2404 Main St., PO Box 2310, Brewster,
508-896-6900, 877-255-7800 8
699 Main Street, 508-258-0534 8
Pine Hills Cottages
31 Nelson St., PO Box 178, 508-896-6432
The White Gates Cottages
810 Main St., PO Box 75, 508-896-1999 8
VacationRentals.com
1011 W 5th St. #300, Austin, TX
512-684-1100
Pretty Picky Properties
PO Box 529, 774-237-0173 8
Ellis Landing Cottages
Box 231, Brewster, MA 02631
www.EllisLandingCottages.com
508-896-5072
2-3 Bedroom Housekeeping Cottages
on the Shore of Cape Cod Bay.
PRIVATE BEACH
June through October / Season and Off-Season Rates
Thank you for supporting our local economy!
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Where to Stay ...
Brew Run road race happens every August.
Full Modern Facilities
• Near Beaches
• For Tent to RV’s
For Reservations Call
Brewster: (508) 896-3002
• www.capecamping.com
Eastham: (508) 255-1437
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Listing of members
400 East Restaurant
30, 31
ABC Vacation Rentals
44
Agro Dolce Bar & Ristorante
31
All Seasons Vacation Rentals –
WeNeedAVacation.com
45
Aries East Gallery
18
Barbara GrantAntiques & Books 18, 19
Bayside Seafood & Market
30, **
Benger Construction
34
Bennett Environmental 34
Associates, Inc. 36, 34
Better Than Ever Coaching
40
Blue Jacket Studios & Gallery 18, 20
Bramble Inn & Restaurant 30, 32, 42
Breakwater Dental - Dr. Timothy
McAdams
36, 37, 39
Breakwater Lobster & Fish
30, 31
Brewster Aquaculture Association –
Brewster Oysters
30
Brewster Band, The
15, 22
Brewster Baptist Church
12, 14
Brewster Bike
12
Brewster Book Store
19, **
Brewster By The Sea Inn & Spa
42
Brewster Coffee Shop
30
Brewster Community Solar Garden 36
Brewster Conservation Trust
40
Brewster Council on Aging
41
Brewster Day Camp at the
Family Schools
12
Brewster Fish House
32
Brewster General Store
19, 20, 21
Brewster Green Resort
42, 45
Brewster Historical Society
13, 40
Brewster Inn- Chowder House &
Woodshed
30, 32, 33
Brewster Ladies’ Library
13
Brewster Monday Painters
18
Brewster Recreation Department
12
Brewster Scoop at the
General Store
31, 21
Brewster Sweets
19
Brewster Taxpayers Association 40
Brewster VFW Post #9917
40
Brewster Whitecaps Baseball
12, 17
Brain P. Daley Construction, Inc. 34
By-The-Bay Artful Inspirations
19
Callahan Insurance Agency, Inc. 37, 39
Candleberry Inn on Cape Cod
42
Cape & Islands Pride Pages
40
Cape Cod Adventures
41
Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank 36
Cape Cod Life Publications
40
Cape Cod Museum of
Natural History
12, 15
CapeCodRentals.com
45
Cape Cod Sea Camps
12
Cape Cod Shop
20
Cape Cod Times
40
Cape Cod Village Realty
42
Cape Rep Theater
11, 15
Cape Sail
15, 16
Cape Sand & Recycling
39
Captain’s Golf Course
12, 13, **
Casual Gourmet / Galley Grille at
Captain’s Golf Course
30
C.C. Construction, Inc.
34
Chillingsworth
30, 32, 42
Christopher Smith Masonry
34
Clayton’s Clay Works
18
CMD Creations
19
Coastal Engineering Co., Inc. 36, 40
Countryside Antiques of Cape Cod 18
Crocker Nurseries
20, 22
Desmond Well Drilling, Inc.,
34, 41
Dolphin Fleet Whalewatch
15
Domar Antiques
18
eCape, Inc.
40
E Spa, The 40, 41
El Guapo’s Taqueria
30, 32
Elissa Fenster Interiors
37, 39
Steven M. Ellard, CPA
36
Ellis Landing Cottages
45, 46
Emerald Hollow Farm
13
Epoch Assisted Living at
Brewster Place
41
Estates Landscaping & Maintenance39
Family Lore
40
First Parish Brewster Unitarian
Universalist
12
Fishtale Sportfishing
15, 16
Fratus Business Services
36, 37
French Team at Kinlin Grover Real Estate, The
42
Furies Linen Rentals, The 44
Garrett Studio, The 46
GiftBasketsFromCapeCod.com
19
Graham Real Estate
42
Great Cape Herb Farm
12
Great Locations Real Estate d/b/a Great Cape Vacations
42, 45
Hague Building & Remodeling 34, 35
Handcraft House
18, 19, **
Harbor Lights Mini Golf
13
Steven C. Hayes, Architect
34
Heart Pottery
18
Marion R. Hobbs, Attorney at Law 34
HomeWatch, Inc. 40
Hopkins House Gift Shop & Bakery
20, 30
Isaiah Clark House
42
JT’s Seafood Restaurant
31, 32, **
J.M. O’Reilly & Associates, Inc 36, 39
Justice of the Peace, I. Marie Sherman39
Kinlin Grover Real Estate 42, 45, 43
Krikorian Harwood Floors
34
Kristal Sunnyside Wools
19
Latham Centers, Inc.
15
John G. Latham, Inc. Plumbing
34
Laurel School, The
12, 15
Leighton Realty, LLC
42, 45
Lighthouse Team Raveis
Real Estate
42, 45
Linger Longer By The Sea 45
Apartments & Cottages
45
Linx Tavern at Ocean Edge, The 31, 32
Ann Livesey, Real Estate
Title Examiner
42
Lobster Claw Restaurant
30
Local Flavor – Lunch & Bagel 30, 31
Lower Cape Podiatry
39
Luke’s Super Liquors
30
Mayflower Glass Company, Inc. 34, 35
Jan Allen Melikan Realtors
42
Norman Michaud, Realtor
at Kinlin Grover Real Estate
42
McLoud House- Garden Accents &
Antique Containers
18
MEWS at Brewster Antiques, The 18
Michael’s Cottages and B&B
44, 45
Nauset Disposal
44
Nauset Youth Alliance
12, 36
Nickerson State Park
44
Ocean Edge Resort & Club
on Cape Cod
42, 44
Ocean Gold Bed & Breakfast
44
oldCape Sotheby’s International Realty
42, 46
Old Manse Inn
44
Old Sea Pines Inn
44, 45
On-Site Catering &
Personal Chef Services
30, 31
Outer Cape Health Centers
39
Outermost Land Survey, Inc. 39
Paraclete Press
40
Pepper House Inn
44
Photography by Deborah
40
Pine Hills Cottages
46
Pretty Picky Properties
46, **
Preu Photography
18
Rail Trail Bike & Kayak
12, 13
Real Estate Appraisal Services
42
Reed N Glass Shop
18, 19
Reef Café at Ocean Edge, The 31, 32
Resort Maps
23, 40
Chuck Ross Writing, Editing, Web Consulting
40
Satucket Farm Stand
29, 30
Salon On 6
34
Satucket Farms
29, 30
Send Out Cards
19
Shady Knoll Campground
44, 47
Sola Gallery II
18
Soule Land Surveying
39
Soulful Weddings & Ceremonies
39
Spectrum of American Artists &
Craftsmen, Inc., The 19, 20
Star Pottery & Brennan Marquetry 18
Steinmetz Painting & Home
Improvement LLC
36, 35
Stewart Title Search
42
Stony Brook Design
18, 40
Strawberry Patch
20, 21
Stringe Gallery Art & Antiques
18
Struna Galleries
18
Susan Clark Leathercraft 19
Susie J. Sportfishing Charters
15, 16
Sweetwater Forest Family Camping 44
TD Bank
39
Time Flies Sportfishing Charters 15, 16
Touch of Spirit Massage 40
Tricia’s Cut & Dry Salon
32
True Value Hardware
20
Underground Art Gallery
19, **
VacationRentals.com
46
Village Toy Store, The
20, 22
Wayne’s Antiques
18
White Gates Cottages, The
46, 47
Larry Winslow, Electrician
36, 35
Wisteria Antiques Etc…
18
Woodworks Gallery
20
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An Award-Winning Public Golf Course
With all the Amenities of a Private Club
•36 picturesque holes
•Practice greens, driving range, carts and club rentals
•Friendly, highly-trained PGA Staff
•Customized planning for corporate groups,
tournaments and special events
“Top Ten in the U.S.” –Golf Digest
“Brian Silva, Architect of the Year.”
–Golf World Magazine
...Now with Tee Times
Available Online!
1000 Freeman’s Way
Brewster, MA 02631
Toll-Free: 877-843-9081
www.captainsgolfcourse.com
BREWSTER’S SPECIALT Y SEAFOOD AND GOURMET MARKET
C L A M B A K E C AT E R I N G & C L A M B A K E D E L I V E RY
Specializing in Fresh Local Seafood,
Lobsters & Clambakes
Gourmet Spreads, Dips, Cheeses & Appetizers
Sandwiches, Salads & Specialty
Lobster Rolls
Iced Lattes, Cappuccinos,
Croissants & Bagels
BAYSIDE SEAFOOD
AND MARKET
2740 Main St, Brewster ~ 508.896.5367
www.baysideseafoodandmarket.com
Seafood Restaurant
A Local Family Restaurant
Eat In or Take Out
Inside or Outside Dining
Beer & Wine
Air Conditioned
Award Winning Native Seafood
Homemade Clam Chowdah
Fresh Native Seafood- grilled, baked, or fried
Native Cod & Haddock, Atlantic Swordfish, Halibut & Salmon
Fried Clams, Lobster, Fish & Chips, Ribs, Burgers
Over 20 flavors of Hard and Soft Serve Ice Cream
Sundaes, Frappes
2689 Main Street (Route 6A) Brewster, Cape Cod
Located across from the Villages at Ocean Edge Resort
Telephone: 508-896-3355
“Wellfleet Sunset” 41” x 23” acrylic $3000
oils, acrylics
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etchings
prints
cards
puzzles
tiles
books
673 Satucket Road
Brewster, MA 02631
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508-896-3757
www.karennorthwells.com
UNDERGROUND ART GALLERY

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