Port Summer Nights Musical Strolls

Enjoy the sights and sounds of summer Wednesday nights in Harwich Port with
Port Summer Nights
Wednesday Nights 6:00 PM-9:00 PM

 July 5th-Aug. 23rd


July 5th- Thank a Local Hero-
 Touch Trucks from 
Harwich Fire & Police, Big Nick’s Ride for the Fallen Motorcycles
Bands: Catie Flynn, Earth Junior,Just Like That, Mike Dumas and the Satelite Band
New this Year-Minor 3

July 12th- Beach Day
Bands: Drumma Queens, High Attitude,Last Men on Earth,
Straight Jacket Slumber Party and Ukeladies

July 19th- Blues & Jazz
Bands: Fred & Leslie Boyle along with Doug Riccardi, Steve Morgan & the Kingfish
Clayton Reistano Project and Monica Rizzio

  July 26th-Country Night
Bands: All Worn Out Jug Band, North Country,
Sarah Swain & the Oy Boys and Tattoo Cowboy

August 2nd-Get Your Groove On-Soul & Funk
Bands: The Johns, Mojo Kings, Super Soulshine and VB & the Buzz

August 9th-Battle of the Decades
Bands: Crocodile Tears, Elmore and the Counterfeit, Groovy Afternoon
Link Montana and the Rough Riders

August 16th- Family Fun Night
Bands: JO &CO, Keb & Dylan, Mark’s Music Program,
Someone’s Little Brother and Technicolor Motor Home

August 23rd- Rock & Roll
Bands: Andrea,Judge & the Sinner, Canon Hill,Digney Fignus, The Rip It Ups
New This Year Diana DiGioa

Sponsored by the Harwich Chamber of Commerce Events Committee.


Local Students Need Your Help Join the Committee of 100 Today


Photo Courtesy of Cape Cod Chronicle

Over the last 12 years the Harwich Chamber of Commerce and the Harwich Chamber Charitable Foundation has donated over $85,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors from Harwich.  Seniors that have gone on to Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Maine Maritime Academy, UMASS, University of New Hampshire, Suffolk University, University of Pennsylvania and many more.  We have had people go into Fire Science, Accounting, Business, Medicine, Attorneys, Investment Advisors and several other programs.

There are a few things all of these students have in common, first is a need and second is a desire.  Each of the students receiving a scholarship has to demonstrate a need for the money, and for many this may be a make or break chance at continuing their education.  Second is desire.  These students have thrived in High School Academia and continue to do so through college as we monitor their grades closely.  Many of our scholarships are over multiple years and they all require submission of grades for payment.  In addition, students must show an exemplary level of volunteerism to be considered for a scholarship.  We have had volunteers at the Family Pantry of Cape Cod, the various libraries throughout town, peer mentors, sports camps, Cape Cod Theatre and many other non-profits.  We encourage them to continue on with their volunteer service and many of them take on a philanthropic role later on in life.

Did you know that in 2016, the average cost of an in-state four year public college was $24,610 and for a private college it was $49,320?  That puts an in-state public college at over $100,000 with inflation each year and a private college at over $200,000 for four years.  That is up to $555 per month without adding interest for 30 YEARS.  These students need our help.

The Harwich Chamber of Commerce Charitable Foundation had their annual meeting at L’Alouette by Christian. Not only were we delighted by a delicious dinner, but Foundation President John Blute delighted us with original rap lyrics introducing the Harwich Committee of 100. A fundraising drive to raise money for Monomoy Regional School District and Cape Cod Regional Technical High School Scholarships. The Committee of 100 is looking for people to donate $100 or $10 our month to benefit local kids. Tax deductible donations can be made to HCC Charitable Foundation C/O Harwich Chamber of Commerce 1 Schoolhouse Road Harwich Port, MA 02646.

In an effort to continue the tradition of helping  students pay the daunting task of their college education, the Harwich Chamber of Commerce Charitable Foundation has created the Committee of 100.  We are asking 100 people/businesses to donate either $100 or $10 per month towards our foundation to offer Scholarships to graduating seniors from Monomoy Regional High School and Cape Cod Regional Technical High School.  Every little bit helps.  There are several ways to do so, you can donate online through our website, you can fill out the paper form, or you can stop in and we can do it at the office, any way you do it your help is appreciated.


Sign up for the Committee of 100

or sign up online below.

2017 Harwich Chamber Events

2017 Harwich Chamber Calendar

June 24th-Registration 7:30 AM Race 9:30 AM
Harwich 5K Road Race

June 29th 5:15-6:45PM
Business After Hours-
Outer Cape Health Services

July 5th-August 23rd
Port Summer Nights
Wednesday Nights
6:00 PM- 9:00 PM

September 20th 5:15-6:45 PM
Business After Hours
Hairworx East Harwich

October 26th 5:15-6:45 PM
Business After Hours
Monomoy Horse and Dog
Rte 28 Harwich Port

November TBD
Lower Cape Chambers Business After Hours

Christmas in Harwich
December 1st-3rd

December 13th 5:30-8:30
Harwich Chamber Holiday Party
Mooncusser’s Tavern

Christmas Trolley Ride

Trolley to Christmas Town

Saturday and Sunday December 3rd and 4th


Join us for a trolley ride from the Harwich Chamber of Commerce to Brooks Free Library (Saturday) or Cape Cod Theatre Company Arts Center (Sunday)

There you will be greeted by Santa’s friendly helpers and listen to the story of the “Polar Express” read by none other than Santa Claus himself.   Children will also have the opportunity to decorate a cookie.

There is maximum of 35 people per trolley.  If a trolley is full, please try another time.
Tickets are $5 per person (believer’s and non-believer’s alike)

Saturday, December 3rd
5:15 PM Sold Out
5:45 PM Sold Out
6:15 PM Sold Out
6:45 PM Sold Out

Sunday, December 4th
4:45 PM Sold Out
5:15 PM Sold Out
5:45 PM Sold Out
6:15 PM Sold Out
6:45 PM Sold Out

Special thanks to Cape Destinations, Brooks Free Library, Friends of Brooks Free Library, Cape Cod Theatre Company, Santa and of course all of his little helpers.

Proceeds from this event benefit the Harwich Chamber of Commerce Charitable Foundation.