Month: May 2020

Eastwind Gallery Reopening June 11th

Eastwind Gallery will reopen June 11th. The Gallery Hours are Thursday through Saturday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. In addition to the lovely diverse artwork displayed, of paintings, photography, originally crafted jewelry, the gallery is most proud to add “June Featured Artists” as listed below.  June Featured Artists Exhibits Jan Darcy, 6/16 – 6/20Joan…

“Taking Care of Cape Cod” Part II: Can My Business Compost?

A Virtual Summit & Discussion Series from Take Care Cape Cod(the Cape Cod Stewardship Collaborative)  Tuesday, June 2, 10am Join us for a discussion about composting opportunities for your business featuring panelists:  Mary Ryther, Compost With Me Christine Shreves, Wellfleet Recycling Stephanie Murphy, Woods Hole Sea GrantTracey Hunt, Winslow’s Tavern Registration by May 31 is required.  https://careforthecapeandislands.org/calendar-2/Hosted by Gabrielle Rossen, Cape…

Cape Cod Chamber Releases Results of Traveler Sentiment Survey

A survey of 511 opt-in visitors in the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce database was completed Tuesday 5/19/2020 and indicated a strong desire for travel to the Cape Cod region in summer 2020. Ninety percent of responses were from potential travelers aged 45 to 65+ years, with 85% having visited Cape Cod within the last…

Over 100 Small Business Owners call for a State Economic Relief and Recovery Program

This week the Community Development Partnership and over 100 small business owners from Outer and Lower Cape establishments urged State Senator Julian Cyr, and State Representatives Sarah Peake and Tim Whelan to support a state response for small businesses devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. The businesses are calling for an Economic Relief and Recovery Program as quickly as…

Massachusetts Families Get a Lifeline Against Hunger

Globe Report:The families of roughly half the public school students in Massachusetts will soon receive payments totaling around $400 per child to help them cover the cost of meals on days when the schools were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to nearly $200 million in federal funding from Congress. About 500,000 public school…

Bay State unemployment highest on Cape and in Western Massachusetts

Boston Business Journal: The counties with unemployment at 25 percent or higher, as of late April, are in Western Massachusetts and the Cape and Islands — two regions that rely on tourism and the hospitality industry. The total unemployment rate since mid-March has been more than 21 percent in all 14 Massachusetts counties. Unemployment by municipality…

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Launches New Digital Resources Center to Help Businesses Reopen Safely and Sustainably

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today launched a new digital resources center with tools and guidance to help employers reopen their businesses safely and sustainably while keeping their employees and customers healthy and informed amid the coronavirus pandemic. Part of the U.S. Chamber’s Path Forward initiative, the resources center includes several new resources for business owners…

Agway Is Hiring

Agway of Cape Cod is hiring!  Job seekers who love pets, plants and working with people in a fast-paced environment are encouraged to apply for seasonal jobs starting immediately. Positions are available at Agway’s three stores, located in Chatham, Dennis and Orleans. Opportunities exist for cashiers, warehouse workers, garden center work, customer service store runners…
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