2.19-2.22 :: create with clay at The Barn Pottery’s February Break Clay Workshop for Kids (1pm)
2.24 :: Hyannis Public Library hosts Tale to Tails, where children are invited to read books to dogs from the Companion Animal Program (10:30am)
2.13 :: spend Yappy Hour with Pawsitive Provisions at Cape Cod Beer (4pm)
…and don’t forget to check our facebook feed every Friday afternoon where we post the #locallowdown of what is happening across the Cape over the weekend!
We love a good BRAPP* Tour (*BEER/or drink of your choice + an app ) and what’s better than an off season crawl in honor of love? Here’s a quick and dirty list of some favorite spots to celebrate love.
Local Tip: skip the Wednesday dinner reservations and crowds and celebrate love with that special someone later in the week or over the weekend…make sure to call ahead as winter hours may vary.
The solar industry is one of the fastest growing in the world, and here on Cape Cod we have powerful (pun intended!) local solar companies like Solar Rising that offer incredible service and reliable products. Co-founders Angela Hemmila and Chris Peterson answered a few questions for us about the industry, and their connection to Cape Cod.
From NoLita to the Bay Area, retail collectives are popping up everywhere. This trend, where multiple related businesses share a space in order to reduce their costs, while also creating a unique and meaningful experience for the customer, is retail’s take on the cooperative economy.
One of the ways in which we show our deep love for our local and our local makers is by publishing the CapeMade Field Guide every year. It shares our favorite local spots, places not to miss, hidden gems, the best events and of course identifies local makers and the businesses that sell them. It is the perfect (and dare we say, best!?) truly local resource for vacationers, staycationers and for Cape Codders to reference in their daily lives.
Go wild at Wild Care’s Annual Winter Night on Saturday February 10th at the Eastham Elks Lodge! Enjoy silent and live auctions, raffles, live entertainment and yummy food all in support of Wild Care. Their mission is to help sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife through wildlife rehabilitation; to reduce the number of animals impacted by human activity through educational outreach; and to help protect the species and the ecosystems they represent through advocacy and conservation.
It’s certainly not the new kid in town, but we would be remiss if we did not spotlight one of our favorite spots as they prepare to open for their 10th season. Misaki, tucked away in an unassuming building off West Main Street in Hyannis, offers an incredible selection of authentic Japanese cuisine in a cozy, bustling ambiance.
Upon entrance you’ll find the inviting sushi bar with a small set of seats that are…