Shop Local Day Discounts and Promotions

So many fantastic deals at shops, museums, and restaurants this Saturday on Shop Local Day!!!

Little Miss Cupcape- 15% off purchases
Islands- 20% off purchases
Shift Eco Boutique- 25% off home goods and 10% off sale items
Bennett Gallery- 25% off purchases
The Silver Seahorse- 10% off purchases
Cellar Leather- 15% off purchases
Chelsea’s Swimwear and Apparel- 20% off one item or buy one, get one ½ off multiple items
Twin Brooks Golf Course- 2 for 1 special, pay for one round, get the second one free, must use same day as purchase
JFK Hyannis Museum- 10% gift shop purchases
Tap City Grille- $6 off lunch for two, food bill must be greater than $20 before discount, 11:30 to 3 pm
Solstice Day Spa- Sale on Glo Mineral cosmetics-buy one, get your second item free (lesser priced item is the bonus item, cannot be combined with any other offer. No cash value, not valid on previous purchases)
SeaBreezes Clothing- 20% off purchases
Allium- 20% off purchases
KKatie’s Burger Bar Hyannis- $30 gift card for $25
Mrs. Mitchell’s Gifts- 10% off purchases
Mrs. M’s Summer House- 10% off purchases
Seaporium- 20% off retail items, 10% off vintage finds
Red Fish Blue Fish Cape Cod- 20% off purchases
SoHo Arts Company- 20% off purchases
Directions- 20% off clothing purchases
Plush & Plunder- All Hawaiian shirts just $10
Bella of Cape Cod- Free gift with $25 purchase
Boarding House- Entire store 10% off, excluding sale price items. Buy one get one free on select sandals, buy one get one free on select men’s shorts. Select winter jackets and pants are 40% off.
Seaside Selections- 10% off purchases

BID Annual Meeting on October 25th

The Board of Directors of the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District Request Your Presence at

The Annual Meeting

Election of Officers — Awards — Year in Review Presentation

Wednesday October 25, 2017

8am-10am

emBargo, 453 Main Street, Hyannis

Breakfast $20
Please RSVP by calling 508.775.7982 or emailing
cindy@hyannismainstreet.com
by Friday, October 20th!

 

Hyannis Main Street earns excellent marks from Trip Advisor

The Barnstable Patriot recently published an article about Hyannis Main Street’s certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor. Main Street received this distinction because of our great reviews from visitors, we are so proud that they have enjoyed and embraced Main Street and all that it has to offer for locals and tourists alike!

 

http://www.barnstablepatriot.com/news/20170720/tripadvisor-gives-main-street-hyannis-excellent-marks

Cape Cod Healthcare to Relocate Jobs to North Street

 

 

 

 

 

New North Street Offices

In an effort to improve working conditions, as well as help revitalize the village of Hyannis, we will be relocating 225 Cape Cod Healthcare jobs to a downtown location at 297 North Street at the west end of Hyannis.  This move is scheduled to take place in early 2018.

The newly renovated office spaces will accommodate members of the Finance, Marketing and Strategy divisions of CCHC. These departments will be located in the building adjacent to the existing offices of the Physician Hospital Organization, increasing our presence and economic support of this area with an influx of more full-time, professional jobs.

We heard from many employees who are currently working at the Comm Way facility that with the growth and complexity of the departments, office space there is at a premium. We hope to alleviate this issue with the relocation of the 225 employees to North Street. Following the move early next year, Comm Way will become an expanded hub for our growing IT operations.

By centralizing the three departments at 297 North Street, we hope to create:

  • Better efficiencies
  • Modern work spaces
  • A nurturing work environment

Not only does this move provide us with better efficiencies and better working conditions, we are also following through on our commitment to be a good corporate neighbor in our community. We have long been dedicated to the economic health of Hyannis and our community. In recent years, we have taken steps to improve and beautify our campus and other facilities in Hyannis and throughout Cape Cod. We have worked closely with the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce and the Hyannis Main Street Business Improvement District to support revitalization efforts throughout the town.

This initiative is a win-win for all: CCHC, the community and our workforce. We understand that safe, comfortable and functional work spaces are important to all of us, and we will continue to listen to our employees and respond to your concerns in constructive and creative ways.

New owners hope to recapture magic of Paddock restaurant

David Noble and Jen Villa have purchased the Nor’Easter and will reopen the 20 Scudder Ave. restaurant as The West End in June. Noble is the owner of emBargo, a Main Street bar and tapas restaurant; Villa is an artist and owner of The Local Juice, a cold-pressed juice bar on South Street. The restaurant will bring a “curated” dining experience to Hyannis’ west end, Villa said, with a farm-to-table concept inspired by locally sourced ingredients.

Get all the details here

13 Towns In Massachusetts With The Best, Most Lively Main Streets

5 out of the 13 are on Cape Cod!

Before supermarkets and sprawling malls, a town’s main street was the center of community life and business. Massachusetts is lucky to still have plenty of bustling, beautiful main streets that ooze old-fashioned charm. Check out these main streets across the state that are packed with places to shop, eat and people-watch!

View the Full List Here!

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!
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Hyannis Safe Trick or Treat on Main Street October 31st 4-6pm!
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