Christmas in Harwich Cape Cod

Christmas in Harwich

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Christmas in Harwich
December 6-8, 2019

Friday December 6th- Harwich Port Stroll 5:15-9:00pm
5:15pm Welcome Doane Park
5:30pm- Tree Lighting and Caroling with the Harwich Elementary School and Harwich Clergy Association In Doane Park-
Sponsors Pilgrim Masonic Lodge, Windsong Antiques, Bud’s GoKarts

5:30pm-9:00pm Stroll through all the Harwich Port Businesses
6:00pm-9:00pm Horse Drawn Carriage Rides
Sponsors-Campagna Family Dentist A Mondovi Dental Family Practice,Cape Air,
Harbor Health Services Ellen Jones Community Dental
Kinlin Grover, Visiting Angels, William Raveis

6:15pm-Santa Arrive by Harwich Fire Truck at the Harwich Chamber of Commerce
Sponsored by: Wingate Harwich
6:15pm-8:00pm Pictures with Santa inside the Harwich Visitor Center-$5.00
Sponsored by PhotoJenic Studio
5:00pm-9:00pm Third Annual FESTIVAL of TREES at
400 EastHarwich Chamber of Commerce White Flowers
to benefit The Family Pantry of Cape Cod- Spectacularly decorated festival trees by various Harwich Businesses -Silent Auction & Raffle
6:00pm-9:00pm “Live Nativity Scene sponsored by Farm Friends 4-H”  in the Barn behind Reciprocity on Cross Street
Live Music from members of Celtic Roots at Reciprocity
Saturday Dec 7th
8:30am -10:30am Second Annual Breakfast with Santa at the
Pilgrim Masonic Lodge
Presented by the Pilgrim Masonic Lodge &
Harwich Chamber of Commerce -Purchase tickets
at the Harwich Chamber ahead of time -$5.00 per person
(children & adults)
                       9:00am-11:00am–  Holiday Bazaar
Harwich Elementary School PTO Harwich Elementary School Activity Room-Featuring Children’s Shopping Room
9:00am-12noonGarden Club of Harwich Holiday Boutique
Hand-made Fresh Evergreen Wreaths, Holiday Sweets, Gifts for Gardeners, Holiday Centerpieces and Decorations and more. Harwich Community Center
10:00am-4:00pm Pilgrim Masonic Lodge-Annual Christmas  Tree Fundraiser- at Bud’s GoKarts
9:00am-4:00pmThird Annual FESTIVAL of TREES at
400 EastHarwich Chamber of Commerce White Flowers
to benefit The Family Pantry of Cape Cod- Spectacularly decorated festival trees by various Harwich Businesses -Silent Auction & Raffle
12noon-2:00pm Chase Library “NEW” this year Book Signing and Story Reading with Disney Author Elizabeth Rudnick
2:00pm Cookies & Caroling  at Brooks Free Library
3:00pm– Christmas Concert and Refreshments
First Congregational Church
5:30pm-7:30pm– Trolley to Christmas Town begins at the Harwich Chamber of Commerce and arrives at Brooks Free Library where Santa reads The Polar Express and Children will write a letter to Santa

Join us for a trolley ride from the Harwich Chamber of Commerce to the Brooks Free Library

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 make a Letter for Santa

There is maximum of 34 people per trolley.  If a trolley is full, please try another time.  
Fill out the registration completely with phone and email in case we have to reach you-
Including Comments section with time

Tickets are $5 per person (believer’s and non-believer’s alike)
Call 508-430-1165 to purchase your tickets

Saturday December 7th
5:15pm
5:45pm
6:15pm
6:45pm


6:00pm
 
Third Annual FESTIVAL of TREES Reception
Announcing Winners- at the 400 East Restaurant & Bar -East Harwich
Cash Bar & Hors D’oeuvres by 400 East
To benefit The Family Pantry of Cape Cod- Spectacularly decorated festival trees by various Harwich Businesses -Silent Auction & Raffle

Sunday Dec 8th

10:00am-4:00pm Pilgrim Masonic Lodge-Annual Christmas Tree Fundraiser- at Bud’s GoKarts
4:45pm-7:30pm– Trolley to Christmas Town begins at the Harwich Chamber of Commerce and arrives at Brooks Free Library where Santa reads The Polar Express and Children will write a letter to Santa
Call the Harwich Chamber to purchase your tickets- 508-430-1165

Sunday December 8th
4:45pm
5:15pm
5:45pm
6:15pm
6:45pm


Trolleys provided by Cape Destinations

 

For more information call 508-430-1165.

Restaurant Week logo combined with Harwich Chamber logo

Harwich Restaurant Week

Tantalize your Taste Buds
Harwich Restaurant Week
October 13-20,2019

Participating Harwich Restaurants

10 Yen Harwich Port
10 Yen restaurant logo
400 East Restaurant & Bar
Each night dine in a different country..
Monday-Brazil-Tuesday-Mexico-Wednesday- Italy-Thursday-France
Friday-Germany-Saturday-Spain- Sunday-Japan
400 East restaurant logo
Buca’s Tuscan Roadhouse
Buca's Roadhouse restaurant logo
Cape Sea Grille
Cape Sea Grille restaurant logo
Ember Coal Fired Pizza & Wings
Ember Coal Fire Pizza restaurant logo
George’s Pizza

George's Pizza restaurant logo
Hot Stove Saloon
$5.00 Burgers during Restaurant Week
Hot Stove Saloon restaurant logo
Lanyard Restaurant
The Lanyard restaurant logo
The Mad Minnow Bar & Kitchen
The Mad Minnow restaurant logo
L’Alouette by Christian
Special Pre-fixe Menu
L'Alouette restaurant logo
The Port Restaurant
The Port restaurant logo
Viera Restaurant
Viera restaurant logo

 

 

 

 

 

Front view of Mack truck with Harwich Hometown Parade banner

2019 Harwich Hometown Parade

Everyone loves a Parade…. and the 5th Annual Harwich Chamber of Commerce Hometown Parade is Sunday September 8th at 11:30.

Our Grand Marshal this year is Recently Retired Deputy Police Chief Tom Gagnon- In Tom’s 39 years in public safety 33 years were in Harwich.  He was hired by Police Chief John Raneo in 1986. He still works a few road construction and Wednesday Music Night Strolls details. He remembers when he started in the police department everything was done by hand or on an old typewriter. He drove the huge Crown Victoria Fords they had speed. So very proud to honor Tom and thank him for his service to Harwich. 

Retired Deputy Police Chief Tom Gagnon    Retired Deputy Police Chief Tom Gagnon Retired Deputy Police Chief Tom Gagnon

2019 Harwich Parade Route

All Participants must be in line by 10:30am on Freeman and Gorham Roads. Parade Begins at 11:30am 

Route is Freeman to Route 28 to Doane Road to South Street. Then Crosses over Sisson and remains on South and pulls into the Elementary School. This is where the parade ending pick up point is the cultural center.   The parade ends SOUTH AND DOANE. 

The parade will proceed to the cultural center at a slow speed with police assistance from the ending at South and Doane to the cultural center via the Elementary school driveway off South Street.

 All parade units shall be REQUIRED to end in the cultural center lot.  No units will be allowed to travel with occupants on floats past that location

 ****Please have transportation for after the Parade set up rides should pick up at the Cultural Center or Harwich Elementary School.

Parade Sponsors

Harwich Paint and Decorating logoHarwich Paint and Decorating logoThe Wingate in Harwich

Cole and his Socks for Smiles project Drumma Queens band Harwich parade photo

This is one parade not to miss..From The Harwich DPW truck “FILL THE TRUCK for Cole’s Socks for Smiles, to Pirates, Unicorn and a 16ft Horseshoe Crab..You don’t want to blink..Plus we have the Drumma Queens, Mr. Gotcha and Clayton Resitano Project… See You Sunday at 11:30.. Please Bring Socks and help us Fill the Truck..

Our newest addition to Harwich Port

May 2019 Marked the addition to Murphy’s General Store in Harwich Port formerly Monahan’s Jewelers. We are so excited to welcome Jay and Heather and their great new store there is something in every room..You won’t leave empty handed and you’ll keep coming back…

Ribbon Cutting at Murphy's General Store Ribbon Cutting Murphy's General Store Ribbon Cutting Murphy's General Store Inside Murphy's General Store