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Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
Experience Osterville 2014 Guide - Osterville Cape Cod
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  • 1. Y O U R Y E A R - R O U N D V I L L A G E G U I D E 2 0 1 4 M A S S A C H U S E T T S E x p e r i e n c e
  • 2. Sound Start by Stephen Pinney Wianno Seniors on Nantucket Sound First Season 1914 Celebrating 100 Years in 2014 giclée canvas edition limited to 100 signed/numbered prints size and framing exact to the original oil on board painting image 13”x 18” framed 19” x 23” print mounted on board $325 framed $395 © Copyright 2013, Yankee Accent®, Inc. 23 Wianno Avenue www.yankeeaccent.com Our Senior Salute to the WSCA
  • 3. 1 TABLEOFCONTENTS M A S S A C H U S E T T S E x p e r i e n c e www.experienceosterville.com CONTRIBUTORS Managing Editor Claudia Mahoney Contributors Deidre Dow-Chase, Aimee Guthinger, Karyn Bober Kuhn, Claudia Mahoney, Ellen Merlesena, Diane Pemberton, Cyndy Shulman, Jennifer Williams Photography Michael Berwind, Emily L. Ferguson, David Hansen, Cyndy Shulman, Jennifer Williams ADVERTISING Sales Director Lisa Sheehy DESIGN, PRODUCTION & PRINTING Graphic Design and Production Janette Fein Printing Sunderland Printing © 2014 by Osterville Village Library. All rights reserved. The contents of this publication may not be reproduced without the written permission of the Osterville Village Library. Cover Images: Michael Berwind, David Hansen, Cyndy Shulman, Jennifer Williams T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S 2 Welcome 5-8 The Wianno Senior: A Century of Sailing 12-14 Armstrong-Kelley Park 16-17 Portrait of Pansy Kalas 21-23 Tying the Knot in Osterville 25-29 In & On the Water in Osterville 31-32 Picturing Osterville 34-35 Church Listings 38-39 Osterville Artist Matthew Schulz 40-41 Osterville Library: By the Numbers 43-73 Calendar of Events 74 Osterville Walking & Biking Routes 516 21 31 38
  • 4. 2 Welcome to Experience Osterville 2014! This is our second annual guide, and we couldn’t be more pleased with the response to last year’s debut – thanks to our advertisers and our readers. From our initial distribution to the Barnstable Patriot’s readers last May, the guide flew off the shelves of the library and our local village and Barnstable businesses throughout the season. We loved having folks call us and ask for copies to give to their wedding guests, and hearing from businesses like the Wianno Green Cafe that they needed more books because they had run out – again! Our digital version at ExperienceOsterville.com gained momentum throughout the season as well, creating additional exposure for our advertisers by reaching our cyber-savvy readers. This year’s edition includes a “Happy 100th Anniversary” to the venerable Wianno Senior, designed by Horace Manley Crosby in 1913-14 for a group of sailors from the Wianno Yacht Club. If sailing intrigues you, or you’d like to get out on the water in something smaller, like a kayak or paddleboard, look for our article on where and how to get started. We’ve also included lots of entertaining information about Osterville and how to get the most out of your time here, including our calendar of events for 2014/15. Keep up to date by checking for last-minute additions to activities and events by following the Library and Osterville Village on Facebook and Twitter, and visiting ExperienceOsterville.com and OstervilleVillageLibrary.org. About Osterville Village Library Osterville Village Library is a free provider of education and information and offers free materials, computer access, classes, exhibitions, concerts, programming, community meeting space and more to both residents and visitors of all ages. To offer this wide array of free programming, The Osterville Village Library relies on both public and private funding. Learn more about how to support the Library at OstervilleVillageLibrary.org. Cyndy Shulman President, Board of Trustees Osterville Village Library Welcome WELCOME www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org
  • 5. R E D I S C O V E R LO CA L B A N K I N G Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender. Our team is a part of the community. At Bank of Cape Cod, our customers are our neighbors and friends. Put our local experience to work for you. We know Osterville and Cape Cod and we’re here to serve all your needs: n Home mortgages n Commercial loans n Competitive rates on deposit accounts Osterville: 57 West Bay Road • (508) 568-2400 Hyannis: 232 Main Street • (508) 568-2300 Falmouth: 445 Main Street • (508) 444-1610 Hyannis: Opening mid-2014 at 1582 Iyannough Rd. / Rte. 132 www.bankofcapecod.com
  • 6. 5 WIANNOSENIORSALUTE Osterville’s Wianno Senior: A Century of Sailing Happy Birthday Wianno Senior! The beloved Osterville native is 100 years old and still going strong, gracefully plying the waters of Nantucket Sound, skimming the shallow current, averting shoals, harnessing the fickle winds, and asserting her place in the hearts of sailors who have, for generations, built the foundation of family and friendship upon her full keel. For this 25-foot gaff-rigged, keel-centerboard sloop has been a mainstay on these waters since Horace Manley Crosby fulfilled his commission from members of the Wianno Yacht Club to design and build a wooden boat for racing in the Sound. The result, in the summer of 1914, were the fourteen original, whose graceful overhanging sterns and gently curved bows provided the perfect combination of speed and functionality for day racing. Since then the boat has enjoyed a storied history, bolstered, in great part, by its role in the political fabric of America. President John F. Kennedy’s ownership of the Victura, customarily referred to as Hull #94, garnered the design a place in the collective heart of America as he sailed this boat during youth, as well as the Camelot years. That historic treasure is currently on display at the Kennedy Presidential Library in Dorchester. cont’d www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Edgartown Yacht Club Regatta, 2006. Photograph by Michael Berwind
  • 7. 6 WIANNOSENIORSALUTE But it was not just Jack Kennedy who prized the design. Generations of sailors – those from the Wianno, Hyannis, Hyannis Port, Stone Horse and Bass River Yacht Clubs – have been raised racing this boat for decades. And it is the tradition of sailing summer after summer with friends and family, and the memories created therein, that earned this sloop the reputation of being the perfect boat that marks a place – the south side of Cape Cod. For many, Cape Cod and the Senior are deeply intertwined. Tim Fulham, owner of hull #142, recalls that the first time he sailed on a Wianno Senior he was but nine years old. “My family purchased a Wianno Senior in 1968 and I have been sailing them every summer since (except for a ten-year hiatus in the 1990s). It is a remarkably sea-going boat; it feels wonderful, secure, and capable under foot in all conditions...Under sail, it is wonderfully balanced and a delight to sail.” Wianno owner Dave Trimble has owned a Senior for nearly 15 years, losing his first, #109, in the devastating five-alarm fire that occurred at Crosby Yacht Yard on December 10, 2003 in which 21 Seniors were lost. He loved the boat so well that he bought another, #193, which was the first new boat that was launched after the fire in February 2004. The boats, he says, are unique and wonderful. “They are the older, classic gaff-rigged design that’s very pleasing to look at. The boats are fun to sail, and a challenge to sail fast. They’re designed for the choppy waters and blustery winds of Nantucket Sound. They sail through the waves, handling very well; though, with their low free-board, you’ll get a little wet.” Wianno Seniors on the Run, 2009. Photograph by Emily L. Ferguson – landsedgephoto.com
  • 8. 7 WIANNOSENIORSALUTE www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Stewart Roach is Fleet Captain of the Wianno Senior Fleet, and a member of the Wianno Yacht Club. He speaks lovingly of the boat he has sailed for 38 years, recalling its history, relishing his own personal memories. “Every spring, Crosby Yacht would deliver the Seniors to their owners, freshly varnished and painted. I still remember the smell of the wood mahogany cabin as I slid the deck hatch forward as a young sailor. Truly, you could smell the history of the boat.” He notes that sailing the Senior was a rite of passage of sorts for a young sailor. “It was every young sailor’s dream to be asked to crew in a race which usually occurred only when someone who regularly crewed could not make it. Because it is gaff-rigged, the Senior is a lot like a big Beetle Cat, except that it has a jib and a spinnaker. So, it was a natural for anyone who sailed on the Cape to make the transition to the Senior.” The original design was completely wooden, but during the 1980s a meticulously methodical process was initiated to transition the boats to fiberglass hulls. “To this day,” notes Roach, “the mast, boom and gaff of the Senior all still are made of wood. The hulls are now made of glass, although some wood boats still compete competitively in local racing.” The love of a sailor for his boat can be poetic in scope, and Roach’s praise for the Senior is a paean to the beauty and grace of fine, traditional craftsmanship, as well as the stirring power and beauty of nature. cont’d The Wianno Senior Centennial Anniversary will be celebrated throughout the summer, with events large and small. The Wianno Class Logo Burgee will proudly fly, directly under Old Glory, from the Village Flag Pole, beginning in May. And a slate of activities will be held during the July 25-27th weekend. Look for details in the calendar section of this guide, or visit WiannoSenior.org
  • 9. 8 WIANNOSENIORSALUTE “By far, my most favorite moment of Senior Sailing is the sail in after a day’s racing,” he says. “Usually the boats finish the race fairly close together, and as we approach the cut entrance of Osterville the boats always seem to merge at the same time on a slow run back into the West Bay. I love to hear the chatter and the banter that echoes under the blanketed sails amongst the skippers and crews and the laughter that transpires after a day of racing. To be in the warm waters of Nantucket Sound and sail such beautiful boats for the last 38 years has honestly been such a treat, and one that I hope continues. The class has managed to survive depressions and recessions, and competition from other builders, yet the class pushes on.” For more information about Wianno Senior Sailing and the activities planned for this summer please refer to the calendar section of this guide and visit WiannoSenior.org. – Karyn Bober Kuhn The original fleet of Wianno Seniors shortly after launch. At right, the pier at the Wianno Yacht Club, then located at the junction of Wianno and Sea View Avenues, Summer 1914.
  • 10. 23 West Bay Road • Osterville • (508) 428-0200 • cape.cpa@verizon.net Patricia Hall Strong Certified Public Accountant Certified Valuation Analyst In business today, change is the name of the game... And if you are going to win you have to come to the table with flexibility and vision
  • 11. If you want to explore the market, our agents can provide you with deep local knowledge, insightful property valuation and world-class service. Bringing the tradition of expertise established by Sotheby’s auction house, we are known for connecting buyers and sellers around the world and surpassing their expectations. Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Osterville Cape COd BrOkerage | 508.428.9115 851 Main Street | Osterville, MA 02651
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  • 13. It may come as a great surprise to many folks that the largest, private Park open to the public on Cape Cod is Armstrong-Kelley Park right here in Osterville. This hidden jewel is situated directly across from Fancy’s Market on Main Street. The land was given to the Cape Cod Horticultural Society (CCHS) in 1930, two years after its founding in 1928. The benefactors were two sisters, Mrs. Templeton Kelley and Mrs. Andrew McClarey, who donated the parcel of land near their estate, Bandeley Manor, which was located nearby on Main Street. The CCHS is a non-profit organization that relies on our many donors, endowers, corporate sponsors and, most of all, our members who have kept the garden alive for over eighty years. Our vision for the Park is grounded in a Master Plan commissioned in 1991 and the plantings were completed some time ago. Today the Park boasts dozens of rare and ornamental trees, theme gardens, Liam’s View & Train, water features, holly dell, boardwalks, hillside walking trails, a whimsical fairy house forest, and various benches and monuments remembering local residents and loved ones. The park has hosted public and private celebrations including weddings, Memorial Day remembrances and earnest young children planting daffodils in the spring. But our volunteers are among our greatest assets, and are the small band of gardeners (usually five to six volunteers), who work weekly on maintenance tasks. The “gorgis gals” (sic) and “grumpy old men” are familiar with the park’s beauty and the work it takes to keep it pristine. Most are 60+, and many in their 70s, 80s, and 90s! Truly dedicated, they prune, plant, weed, rake, and mow all the grounds. Osterville’s Hidden Jewel: Armstrong-Kelley Park Photo courtesy of David Hansen 12 ARMSTRONG-KELLEYPARK
  • 14. cont’d Armstrong-Kelley Park: where memories bloom forever In addition to the natural beauty, you can enjoy strolling the boardwalks constructed of more than 1,300 boards. They commemorate births, deaths, marriages, and everything/everyone else you can imagine. It’s a happy problem that interest has been so strong that we recently completed the section called the Woodland Walkway. Buddy’s Place: for our 4-legged friends The CCHS is excited about the newest phase of our boardwalk project, which, as it turns out was “right in front of our nose.” The Park is home to happy dogs; we see them daily, trotting along the many hillside trails, lying patiently under a picnic table while their owners have lunch, chasing squirrels, or taking a drink at Joy’s fountain. What better place to remember them than here? And why just dogs? Any beloved pet can be memorialized in our new pet memorial and boardwalk area, Buddy’s Place, located off the green. Construction began in August, 2013, with excavation services donated by Carl Mueller, President of Paramount Landscaping. The area is like a “baseball diamond” composed of four walkways representing the base paths. A fenced memorial pet stone area will be sited at the center of the “infield” featuring a donated sundial and a “pitcher’s mound.” A statuette of “Buddy” will oversee the area from his doghouse – the dugout! 13 ARMSTRONG-KELLEYPARK www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org
  • 15. Buddy’s Place will hold 350 boards and about 200 pet stones. The engraved memorial stones are 6-8 inches across and are made of natural river rocks which can be customized with over 350 different pet images. Your donation of $100 for a board or a pet memorial stone will help to support the continued operation of the Park. So welcome, Everyone. The Park is yours. Seize the day and bring the toddler who’s learning to walk or your puppy who needs to run off some energy; hike the trails, have lunch at our picnic tables, or ring the bell at Liam’s Train. Make the Park your own. Armstrong-Kelley Park is located at 684 Main Street in Osterville, and open to the public from dawn to dusk year-round. For more information about Buddy’s Place, “Like” us on Facebook or visit ArmstrongKelleyPark.com. – Deidre Dow-Chase, Vice President, CCHS 14 ARMSTRONG-KELLEYPARK
  • 16. custom homes renovations historic home restoration remodels additions property management construction consulting 1112 Main St, Suite 7 | Osterville, MA | 508.428.9090 scottcrosbybuilder.com
  • 17. Osterville’s Flower: A Portrait of Pansy Kalas Many remember going to the “Penny Candy Store” or “Charlie’s” as you enter the village, but for Pansy Kalas, it was home. Located just across from the flagpole, the red building with the country store charm now houses Vintage Flowers. Built by Charles Crosby in 1890, the Kalas family operated the Kalas’ Fruit Store beginning in 1915, when James Kalas purchased the property. Kalas had three children – Georgia, Charles, and Pansy. The family operated the store until 2000. Having lived for decades in the family’s apartment at the store until it was sold, Patsy Kalas had a bird’s eye view of life in the village, and a lifetime of Osterville memories she gladly shares. Reflecting on her Greek heritage, she remembers picking grape leaves in Osterville as a young girl. Both of her parents came to the United States when they were children. She remembers going to church faithfully, and the advent of paved roads through the village. It took a horse and a pulley system to move the Kalas’ Fruit Store back 40 feet to widen and pave the road in the 1920s. Pansy says that it took weeks to accomplish the task, and the family lived in and operated the store during the moving process. Likewise, the advent of greater access to automobiles and the availability of delivery trucks changed life in the village. Pansy’s father sold the horse and wagons that he had been using to make way for trucks. Pansy recalls one day, out of the blue, a working horse broke free in the village and came right up to the window of the store. The horse gently bowed his head as Pansy’s father approached the window. “That was the only time that I saw my father cry,” recalls Pansy. He recognized the horse as the one he had sold months before. During WWII, she dutifully raised and lowered the village flag every day and served as air raid warden. 16 PANSYKALAS Charlie’s Penny Candy Store, circa the 1920s. Pictured are, left to right, “Little Bill”, James Kalas (Pansy’s father), and “Big Bill” Kalas.
  • 18. Pansy Kalas with Osterville historian Paul Chesbro as she accepts the Blount Cane at the Osterville Historical Museum in 2013. The original Kalas’ Fruit Store sign is now part of the permanent collection of the Osterville Historical Museum. 17 PANSYKALAS www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Soldiers used the store’s phone booth to call home. When the war ended, she rang the bell at the Methodist Church. She has many happy childhood memories of playing with her brother and sister in the open fields on Bay Street and at the beaches. To this day, she remains very proud of Osterville – her home. On July 26, 2013, Kathleen Capo, president of the board of the Osterville Historical Museum, presented Pansy Kalas with the Blount Cane. The Blount Cane is awarded to the oldest Osterville person who has been active in village life; Patsy Kalas is the 36th person to hold that honor. – Jennifer Williams SusanFerrimanJenkins custom photo paintings & gallery giclée prints Osterville scenes available at suferriman.com 23 Wianno Ave., Osterville (508) 428-2332 • www.yankeeaccent.com
  • 19. SILVIA & SILVIA CUSTOM BUILDERS Custom Building • Green Building • Renovations • Custom Cabinets • Indoor Pools Additions • Property Management 1284A Main Street Osterville 02655 508.420.9441 www.silviaandsilvia.comA Tradition of Quality and Service
  • 20. What you invest inus, we reinvest inyou. As a mutual savings bank our success is not handed to stockholders, but recycled throughout the local Cape Cod economy – something we’ve been doing for over 150 years. When you want a great place to bank, as well as one that’s solely committed to the Cape, Islands, and neighboring areas, then consider Cape Cod Five. In so many ways, we reinvest in opportunities for you and others in this special place. Customer Service Center: 888-225-4636 www.capecodfive.com NMLS# 401717 Member FDIC Member DIF
  • 21. 846 Main Street, Osterville (508) 428-5050 Crane & Co. William Arthur Personal Consultants where you’ll find everything wonderful under the sun American Crafts Home Accents Vera Bradley
  • 22. Tying the Knot in Osterville Destination weddings continue to become increasingly more popular. They offer a combination of wedding and vacation all wrapped in one neat package, not just for the bridal party, but for their guests as well. The very idea evokes images of soft sandy beaches, picture perfect horizons and the caress of warm salty air on your skin. The savvy travel industry has recognized this phenomenon too. No matter your vision or your budget, there are destinations to suit every couple looking to tie the knot. The unique setting and character found here on Cape Cod has turned it into one of the most popular vacation spots in the world. Quaint seaside villages sprinkled with sandy beaches, sailboats, and lobster feasts served ocean side lend to the ambience of an ideal nuptial setting. It is no wonder that today, Osterville Village is one of the most popular wedding destinations on Cape Cod. In recent years Osterville has become a literal one-stop design, planning & vendor destination for creating that special day. Village retail, restaurant and a wide range of event related service providers, churches, non-profits and real estate agencies offer nearly every service and venue necessary to making your plans a reality. The common expression from “soup to nuts” certainly applies in this village when planning your event. 21 TYINGTHEKNOW www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Photo courtesy of David Hansen cont’d
  • 23. 22 TYINGTHEKNOT Our local businesses can help you with everything from save-the-date and custom invitations, flowers, wedding rings and photographers to a full-service package store, caterers, restaurants and musicians for rehearsal dinners and receptions. And of course, you’ll find party dresses, clothes for the little ones, mother-of-the-bride outfits, shoes, handbags and even foundations and exquisite honeymoon lingerie inside our many boutiques. We are all delighted to assist you and your guests with their wedding finery. Whatever your needs, Osterville can be the perfect place for the wedding of your dreams, from an intimate gathering or an elaborate black tie affair. Explore Osterville and contact any of our local businesses for more direction to secure a “one of a kind” wedding experience here in this special village. The memories you make here will last a lifetime. Check out the ads in this book for ideas and information about local businesses, and be sure to visit OstervilleVillage.com for a full list with contact information of all the Osterville vendors who can help you with your perfect day. Congratulations and enjoy your big day in Osterville! – Aimee Guthinger, Bedroom I’s Boutique
  • 24. 23 TYINGTHEKNOW www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Osterville Wedding Resources churches Please refer to our list of local houses of worship on page 34-35 event planning Main Event/Vintage Flowers 877 Main St., Osterville 508.428.4796 osterville venues Armstrong-Kelley Park 75 Main St, Osterville 508.428.9936 Nauticus Marina 339 West Bay Road, Osterville 508.428.4537 Osterville Village Library 43 Wianno Ave, Osterville 508.428.5757 Osterville Historical Society 55 W Bay Rd, Osterville 508.428.5861 Private Home Rental: Check with any of our Osterville realtors for their advice on beautiful private seaside venues that can be rented for weddings, and for housing your family and guests. Please see realtor advertisements throughout this guide and visit OstervilleVillage.com.
  • 25. Since 1944, we have been servicing our customers needs with excellent customer service and a smile. From hardware, to housewares, lawn and garden and outdoor living, we have it all! Open 7 days a week year round! OHG os terville house & gard en • H ARDWARE • 846 Main St est. 1944 More than Just a hardware store...
  • 26. 25 IN&ONTHEWATER www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org SAILING The Wianno Yacht Club has been teaching youths and adults to sail for decades. Open to non-members as well as members, the Club offers Sailing Programs for juniors and adults. Locals and visitors alike sail and fleet-race Wianno Seniors, Vanguard V-15s, Doughdishes/Haven 12.5’s, Crosby Fast Cats, 420s, and Optimists. The Junior Sailing Program is dedicated to teaching kids seamanship, sportsmanship and sailing skills in a fun and encouraging environment. Kids can enjoy lessons with wonderful instructors, many of whom have come up through the program themselves. Under the supervision of these experienced instructors, this program inspires youngsters and their families to delight in sailing with an emphasis on fun and safety. Beginner sailors can either start in Cosby Fast Cats or a dingy boat called an Optimist or Opti, single sailor boats that are similar to small bathtubs. As the kids grow and get stronger they move on to Club 420s, two-person boats used in competitive high school and college sailing. In & On the Water in Osterville Osterville’s historic, maritime character, and beautiful salt- and freshwater beaches make this village a mecca for water sports and recreational activities. Great resources abound for families interested in sailing, swimming, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. For more information: Wianno Yacht Club 101 Bridge Street 508-428-2232 wiannoyc.com cont’d
  • 27. 26 IN&ONTHEWATER STAND UP PADDLEBOARDING Stand up paddleboarding (SUP) is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. SUP can be done on any body of water, from high surf to flat water. It’s easy to learn and great exercise. According to Wikipedia, the modern sport of SUP originates from the Hawaiian Islands. In the early 1960s, the Beach Boys of Waikiki would stand up on their long boards and paddle out to take pictures of tourists learning to surf, and to get a better view of the incoming surf. Cape Cod, and Osterville in particular, is a perfect place for SUP because there are a variety of bodies of water to be explored, says Amy Hotchkiss, owner of Stand Up and Paddle Cape Cod. SUP Cape Cod will take you to rivers, to lakes and ponds, to Nantucket Sound and Cape Cod Bay. “Stand Up Paddle boarding is very easy to learn. It is a time where one can explore and enjoy nature. It is great to see a family with three generations come SUPing and they all have a BLAST!” says Amy. There are several popular SUP events held each year: • Paddle for the Bays: Family Paddle Day. Dowses Beach, Osterville Wednesday, 7/23, 5:00-8 p.m. This event offers the public an opportunity to enjoy kayaking and paddle boarding. Demos and instruction for paddlers of all ages. • Paddle for the Bays: Race Ropes Beach, Cotuit Saturday, 9/20, 9:00 a.m. Registration 7:30 a.m. Sanctioned by the WPA; produced by Stand Up & Paddle Cape Cod. Benefits the Three Bays Preservation and their programs and projects. www.3bays.org • “Bayside Explorers” Dowses Beach, Osterville Wednesdays in July & August Rain or shine, join Three Bays Preservation, ecologists, and marine scientists for an outing along the shores of the bay. Discover the miracles taking place at the edge of our waters.Starting times vary each week, according to low tide. www.3bays.org
  • 28. 27 IN&ONTHEWATER www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org KAYAKING/CANOEING A great option for a relaxing and beautiful tour of Osterville is kayaking or canoeing. Boats can be launched at several locations in Osterville including Bridge Street, East Bay Road and Bay Street (residents stickers required). If you don’t have your own gear, here are some rental options: Cape Cod Paddle Surf Stand Up & Paddle Cape Cod Osterville 15 West Bay Road, Suite H 508.737.8572 Osterville capecodpaddlesurf.com 508.331.0798 StandUpandPaddleCapeCod.com Eastern Mountain Sports Sea Sports 1513 Iyannough Road 195-D Ridgewood Ave (Rte. 28) Hyannis Hyannis 508.362.8690 508.790.1217 OSTERVILLE 508.428.6954 cont’d Get your tickets for the Osterville Village Library 2014 car raffle and win this year’s hottest car! Tickets on sale starting June 23 Drawing, August 23 Don’t miss your chance to win a new Mercedes CLA 250! OstervilleVillageLibrary.org 508.428.5757
  • 29. SWIMMING Osterville has some of the most beautiful beaches on the Cape. Located on a peninsula formed by the harbor, the East Bay inlet and the bay itself, Dowses Beach offers options for beach going experiences. If it’s too windy or rough on the ocean side, beachgoers – particularly families with children – can splash around on the protected bay side. This semi-public beach offers free parking to residents who obtain a beach permit. Lifeguards are on duty daily in the summer; showers, restrooms and concessions are offered in the beach house. Swimming lessons are available for grades 1-8 thru the Town of Barnstable. Those seeking a fresh or flat-water beach should visit Joshua’s Pond. The beach is a stretch of sand that fringes a grassy park with mature trees. Also an ideal spot for picnics, the pond features a nearly level beach that has a gradual slope. Families with small children will find this unguarded beach to be a place where their kids can splash around in relative safety. Restrooms are available; a resident parking permit is required. Sampson’s Island is an uninhabited, undeveloped beach island of 15 acres in Barnstable. A favorite of residents of Osterville, many people stay for the day and dine on the beach as well. Peak times such as weekends and holidays, the island is packed with families and offers great viewing of boats as they navigate the narrows. The island is only accessible by private boat, but is used by many people for beach recreation and as a kayaking destination. 28 IN&ONTHEWATER
  • 30. 29 IN&ONTHEWATER www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org FISHING Osterville offers anglers an incredible variety of landscapes. From the estuaries and inshore bays to open ocean beaches, anglers can get lucky right from the shore, harbor jetties, a boat, a kayak and even a paddleboard. If you like a little competition, and want to support some great local causes at the same time, visit OstervilleAnglersClub.com for a full schedule of tournaments. Here are some of the great upcoming tournaments in and around Osterville: • Barnstable Youth Hockey Fishing Tournament June 26 Contact EJ Jaxtimer, 508.776.0923 or ejjaxtimer@comcast.net • Osterville Rotary’s 19th Annual Bluefish & Striper Tournament July 12, 7 a.m.- 8 p.m. $190 entry fee. Entry form and more info at www.ostervillerotary.org • Big 3 Fishing Tournament to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands July 18 Contact EJ Jaxtimer, 508.776.0923 or ejjaxtimer@comcast.net • 21st Annual Joe Cronin Memorial Jimmy Fund Fishing Tournament August 1, 6:45 a.m.- 9:30 p.m. More info at joecroninfishing.com • Cape Cod Fall Classic Light Tackle Fishing and Golf Tournament to benefit The Genesis Foundation for Children September 11-12 Contact EJ Jaxtimer, 508.776.0923 or ejjaxtimer@comcast.net Creative and distinctive designs for residential and commercial clients. A LEED Accredited Professional promoting sustainable design inspired by the New England tradition. Daniel Lewis AIA, Architect Northborough & Centerville, MA www.DanielLewisArchitect.com | 508.612.8771 Dan Lewis_Experience Osterville_half.indd 1 3/11/13 8:13 PM
  • 31. V I N TA G E L A N D S C A P E S Studio & Gallery 809 Main St. | Osterville | 508.420.6200 www.peterhansendesign.com Master Plans • Construction Drawings • Color Renderings Site Work • Permitting • Project Management Estate Care • Landscape Design • Build Peter Hansen Design
  • 32. 31 PICTURINGOSTERVILLE www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Picture perfect is an apt description of Osterville, which blends the best of quaint villages scenes and majestic water vistas. Osterville-born photographer David Hansen has a keen eye for what makes this special place so visually appealing. After all, he’s been taking beautiful photographs here for decades. While he started out as an amateur, his work was so well received that he built a thriving professional studio in the village center, where he is now joined by two of his daughters, Katie and Amy. His business focuses on weddings, engagements, senior pictures, and portraits of families in all shapes and sizes. What they all have in common, though, is that they are firmly anchored in this picture-perfect place. “Osterville offers many beautiful picture opportunities, from the quaint downtown area to the gardens and woodlands of Armstrong-Kelley Park, to the many beaches, coves and marinas,” Hansen notes. The most important element in taking great pictures, he says, is the lighting, and Osterville in the early mornings and dusky evenings provides just the right amount of softness to caress subjects. “Family portraits are usually taken at the beach or at a client’s home,” he says. “Dowses Beach is our first choice because it offers such a wide variety of backgrounds – Nantucket Sound on one side, East Bay on another side and the channel and jetty on another side. Beach roses and grass add to the Cape Cod setting. We are always looking for flattering, soft light.” If you’re looking for beautiful vistas, “Landscape photography, too, is best done in the very early morning, or around sunset,“ Hansen comments. “I often see people photographing the sunset over East Bay at Dowses Beach, and this spot is great for that, but I think the best scene is often looking over Nantucket Sound, away from the sunset. Sometimes the colors are amazing, very different from the actual sunset direction. Picturing Osterville Photo courtesy of David Hansen cont’d
  • 33. 32 PICTURINGOSTERVILLE COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL DENTISTRY “Another nice sunset spot is at the end of Bay Street, with the sun setting over North Bay. The sunrise is beautiful looking over Nantucket Sound from Dowses Beach.” In this day and age, when so many people have digital cameras, he says it’s important to know how your camera works so you can get the most out of it. He’s got some tips for you: “No matter what you are photographing, good lighting and composition are the keys to a great image. You also must know your camera, and how to make adjustments to its settings. Once you start experimenting with settings other than ‘Program,’ you will be on your way to taking much better pictures.” – Karyn Bober Kuhn Photo courtesy of David Hansen Capturing Moments Creating Memories
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  • 35. 34 CHURCHLISTINGS Cape Cod Seventh Day Adventist Church 2736 Falmouth Rd. 347.613.2187 capecodsda.org Saturday 9:30 a.m. Bible Study Saturday 11:00 a.m. Worship service Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Prayer meeting Faith Baptist Church 251 West Barnstable Rd. 508.428.2252 capefaith.org Sunday 10:00 a.m. Osterville Baptist Church 824 Main St. 508.428.2787 ostervillebaptist.org Sunday 9:00 & 10:45 a.m. Saint Peters Episcopal Church 421 Wianno Ave 508.428.3561 stpeters-capecod.org fall, winter, spring Sunday 8:00, 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 10:00 a.m. summer Sunday 8:00, 10:00 a.m. Sunday 9:15 am at Crystal Lake Church Listings
  • 36. 35 CHURCHLISTINGS www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Osterville United Methodist Church 57 Pond St. 508.428.2811 ostervillechurch.com Sunday 8:30 & 10:00 a.m. Our Lady of the Assumption Roman Catholic Church 76 Wianno Ave. 508.428.2011 assumption-capecod.org Weekdays 8:00 a.m. Saturday Vigil 4:00 p.m. Saturday Confession 3:00-3:45 p.m. Sunday 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 a.m. Cape Cod Synagogue 145 Winter St. Hyannis 508.775.2988 ccsynagogue.org Saturday 10:30 a.m. Friday Erev Shabbat 8:00 p.m. second friday of the month: Community Shabbat Dinner 5:30 p.m.* Family Service 6:30 p.m. * Reservation required Original Cape Cod Belts Handmade by JeffTaylor NEWENGLANDREPRO.COM 80 MidTech Dr,WestYarmouth MA 02673 Business Printing Graphic Design Banners and Posters Canvas Photo Prints Construction Printing WEMAKE AWESOME FIRSTIMPRESSIONS INDESIGN& PRINT
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  • 39. 38 MATTHEWSCHULZ Osterville native, painter, and gallery owner Matthew Schulz is clear when he notes that he didn’t choose to become an artist. “It chose me,” he says. “Drawing can be taught,” he adds. “Understanding color mixes can be taught and certain compositions can be repeated. But the actual artistry and creation comes from within; and that cannot be taught, it can only be cultivated.” It is that fundamental pull towards color, light, shape and composition that comes from within him, and which fuels his life’s work. He says he’s been painting since he was in the seventh grade, but was formally taught at the University of New Hampshire, graduating with a degree in Fine Arts, concentrating in painting. While his work defies strict categorization he says, “It definitely falls into the genre of Realism; beyond that I would say my work is a mix of Tonalism, Abstraction, and exacting Realism. Realism is just recognizable abstraction.” His paintings are typically large in size. This, he says, is a direct result of his vision, literally his vision. “I am extremely nearsighted, but not metaphorically. Objects go out of focus at four inches from my eyes. As a child I thought of it as flaw, a weakness, but now I have come to understand it as one of my great strengths. Unlike most artists I do not have to squint my eyes for color agreement or spatial understanding. I simply remove my glasses.” An Artist’s Vision: Matthew Schulz Above: “Yankee Summer”, 24"x36" oil on linen, by Matthew Schulz
  • 40. His nearsightedness shapes his choice to paint large works that have become a hallmark of his style. “I paint with my glasses on, which narrows my field of view, thus objects appear smaller. For example, working on a 40"x60" painting wasn’t overwhelming because it did not look large. A 12"x16" format is about as small as I’m comfortable working.” His paintings primarily depict landscapes, seascapes, wildlife, and sporting scenes. His great love of the outdoors was fostered during his youth in the marshes, woods, and waterways of Cape Cod and Maine. His works have been part of solo and juried group exhibitions, including at the Salmagundi Club in New York, the Copley Society in Boston, the Mystic Maritime Gallery in Connecticut, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum in Wisconsin, and at the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art in Dennis. “Most of my work is held in private collections,” he notes. “Although ‘Evening Amber’ is part of the permanent collection at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, generously donated in 2010 by Christopher Samuel Hyland in honor of his mother Patricia.” He is also proud to note that he is slated to create the 2014 Pops by the Sea program cover painting. His influences range from 19th century painters such as Frederic Edwin Church and Albert Bierstadt to contemporaries such as Robert Bateman, Joseph P. McGurl, and Paco Young. He is especially grateful for the friendship and encouragement of art patron, his dear friend, the recently deceased Carolyn Crossett Rowland, who was also a great supporter of the Osterville Village Library. “ Our friendship was born out of mutual respect and love of all things beautiful. I truly miss my friend.” Mathew Schulz’s work can be seen in Osterville at his Gallery at 898 Main Street, or visit schulznatureart.com. – Karyn Bober Kuhn 39 MATTHEWSCHULZ www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org Matthew and his friend and patron, the late Carolyn Crossett Rowland.
  • 41. Osterville Village Library By the Numbers Two years ago this past March, the Osterville Village Library celebrated the opening of our beautiful new facility. It truly took a village to make the dream of a world-class, modern facility that could offer residents and visitors of all ages the best a library can offer and more. As we passed our 2-year milestone, it was rewarding to look back at how far we’ve come in just two short years. It’s the place to hang out We love that we’ve become the place for young and old alike to meet, socialize, explore and work. For example: a group of avid Bridge players enjoy an afternoon of competition and camaraderie; folks enjoy the fire on a cold day and catch up on the Wall Street Journal; a grandmother watches her grandkids explore the children’s room; budding architects build amazing things out of Legos™ ; a college s tudent watches an online calculus lecture on one of our iMacs; a woman researches her family tree with the help of one of our librarians; friends who wandered in browse the latest hard-cover novels; a retired couple learn how to download books to their e-readers. And then there are the art exhibits and the meetings, lectures, movie nights and other activities in our community space upstairs. It’s all been an exciting first chapter at the new OVL. Adding it all up In addition to experiencing the energy of our new facility, it’s rewarding to look at the data. Here are just some of the ways we’ve grown: The other numbers But did you know that we must raise 67% of the money needed each year to keep it operating? We hold many events throughout the year to help defray costs, but we still must raise an additional $150,000 for our Annual Fund each year. We rely on private funding, including donations and fund raising activities to achieve our goals. 2012 2013 Items circulated 61,548 98,063 Programs 272 445 Reference Transactions 4,235 5,668 Program Attendance 7,946 11,702 Meeting Room Use 220 373 40 LIBRARYGROWTH
  • 42. How to Help DONATE We hope you’ll consider a special gift to support your library during our annual capital campaign, or any time. For more information about supporting the OVL, visit OstervilleVillageLibrary.org, or contact Maryann Colombo at mcolombo@clamsnet.org or 508.420.0550. PARTICIPATE Become a Friend: The Friends is a great way to show support. The Membership dues help fund the wide array of programs and activities sponsored by the Library. Membership has its benefits too: a chance to enjoy the fellowship of other library friends and the satisfaction of knowing you are helping your Library. Learn more at OstervilleVillageLibrary.org. Be an Emerging Leader: The Emerging Leaders of the Osterville Library is a new group of energetic and committed individuals whose mission is to support and advocate for the Library and to raise funds through membership fees and events. This group is social, educational, rewarding and fun! For more information, contact cyndy@clshulman.com. Help and Learn: We’re always looking for volunteers from age 12 to 90 to work side by side with staff in every Library activity. There is an ongoing need for help shelving, assisting with special projects, creating flyers, preparing mailings, demonstrating new technologies to the public, shelf- reading (Adopt-a-Shelf!), gardening, and more. You’ll help others and learn new skills along the way. Meet and Greet: If you, your club or business needs space for a event, meeting, party or lecture, rent our beautiful meeting room. It seats 100, has the latest AV equipment, and elevator access. The nominal rental fee helps support the library. For rental details, contact Maryann Colombo at mcolombo@clamsnet.org or 508.420.0550. Come on Out: And, of course, your generous support of our events, such as the annual golf tournament, clambake, road race, and annual car raffle is critical to our success. Check out our website along with our calendar of events at OstervilleVillageLibrary.org and join us! You’ll not only help support the library, but you’ll have a great time. – Cyndy Shulman, President, Board of Trustees, Osterville Village Library 41 LIBRARYGROWTH www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org
  • 43. 508.790.1151 FREE ESTIMATES 508.428.5053 www.treescapesma.com • Pruning: Trees, Shrubs, Hedges • Landscape Design & Installation • Stump Grinding • Plant Health Care Programs • Insect & Disease Control • 65 ft. Aerial Bucket Truck MASS CERTIFIED ARBORIST MEMBER 1861 INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF ARBORCULTURE CERTIFIED ARBORIST MEMBER NE-0656A 38TH ANNUAL Osterville Village Library Golf Tournament wianno club golf course May 30, 2014 Entry Fee: $200 per player includes lunch cart, golf, prizes, dinner and music To enter go to www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE OSTERVILLE VILLAGE LIBRARY limited field Talida M. Flonta, DDS 21 Pond St., Unit 4 Osterville ostervillefamilydental.com 508.428.2443 COMFORTABLE. SAFE. CARING. PRECISE. GENTLE. COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL DENTISTRY
  • 44. Calendar of Events MAY MAY 1-31, 2014 Robert Cooke Photography Exhibit Mr. Cooke, former science editor for the Boston Globe, is an outstanding photographer whose works will be on display during the month of May at the Osterville Village Library. www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SAT, MAY 17, 2014 Larry Coggeshall Season Opener Tournament Striped bass & bluefish tournament open to the public. www.ostervilleanglersclub.com SAT, MAY 17, 2014 Osterville Village Library Literary Event 11:00 AM Rhode Island author of Irreplaceable, Charles Pinning will be available for coffee and conversation at the Osterville Village Library. Light refreshments will be served. “I couldn’t put it down. Irreplaceable is a wonderful romp that will make a fantastic movie! Irreplaceable is irresistible!” [Cybil Shepherd, actress] email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SUN, MAY 18, 2014 Three Bays Spin & Fly Tournament Catch & Release Tournament open to the public. www.ostervilleanglersclub.com SUN, MAY 18, 2014 Discover Cape Cod Lecture Series 3:00 PM Mindy Todd, Managing Director of editorial at WCAI, the Cape and Islands NPR station, and host and executive producer of The Point will talk at the Osterville Village Library about her experiences at WCAI and reflect on her years of reporting on Cape Cod activities and developments. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SAT, MAY 24, 2014 Osterville Garden Club Annual Plant & Bake Sale 9:00 AM-Noon Healthy plants and sinful snacks. Join us on the Osterville Village Library lawn. www.ostervillegardenclub.org FRI, MAY 30, 2013 38th Annual Osterville Village Library Golf Tournament 11:00 AM Your chance to play the exclusive Wianno Club Golf Course! Entry fee is $200 per player and includes lunch, cart, golf, prizes, dinner, auction & music. Win a car for a Hole-in-One. Non-golfer options: 4:00 PM putting contest plus dinner, music and auction, $100; or dinner, music and auction, $65. Proceeds benefit the Library. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org 43 EVENTCALENDAR
  • 45. JUNE JUNE 1-30, 2014 Karen Pinard Painting Exhibit Osterville water colorist Karen Pinard will exhibit some of her works in the Osterville Village Library during the month of June. www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, JUNE 5, 2014 Osterville Historical Museum Opening Day 9:00 AM-Noon “Sail into the Past” as we celebrate 100 years of the Wianno Senior – built by Osterville’s own Crosby family. The Crosbys are America’s oldest wooden boat building family. Tour the 1855 Herbert F. Crosby Boat Shop, our Wianno Senior, and more. The 1820 Captain Parker House and the 1720 Cammett House feature art, antiques and special exhibits, and gardens by the Osterville Garden Club. Open June-September, Thursday-Saturday, 10:00 AM-2:00 PM and year-round by appointment. Admission is free. www.ostervillemuseum.org SUN, JUNE 8, 2014 Osterville Village Library Literary Event 3:00 PM Master gardener and radio show host C.L. Fornari will entertain us with gardening stories and lore at the Osterville Village Library. Her most recent book will just have been published, and there will be a book signing as well. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org WED, JUNE 11, 2014 Summer Drop-in Book Group 10:00 AM Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall. No matter whether you have read the book before or you are reading it for the first time, whether or not you loved the book, drop in and join the discussion at the Osterville Village Library! No monthly obligation, no guilt! email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, JUNE 13, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Opening Day. The best of sea and land. Fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, jams, pasta, honey, butter, flowers, herbs, soaps, cookies, poultry, and more. Every Friday through the end of September. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. Story Hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. in July and August. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SAT, JUNE 14, 2014 Father’s Day Fishing Tournament Striped bass & bluefish tournament open to the public. www.ostervilleanglersclub.com FRI, JUNE 20, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, jams, pasta, honey, butter, flowers, herbs, soaps, cookies, poultry, and more. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org EVENTCALENDAR 44
  • 46. All the benefits of city dining, without the traffic. 825 Main Street | 508.420.5559 | www.fivebaysbistro.com Welcome to A C A D E M Y From all over the Cape, students bring their unique minds. Together, they form a school community fueled by individual contributions, and strengthened by cooperation. We also offer summer programs! Learn more about our Seahawk Summer Camp capecodacademy.org/summercamp Call or visit us today! capecodacademy.org (508) 428-5400 redefining pre-K through 12 education on the Cape
  • 47. SAT, JUNE 21, 2014 Osterville Village Library Literary Event 10:00 AM Author Leo J. Maloney, Massachusetts born author, will be at the Library Main Meeting Room for a talk and book signing of his latest: Black Operative Turned. Visit the Library’s website for details about Mr. Maloney’s fascinating background. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SAT, JUNE 21, 2014 18th Annual Women Running Wild 5K 6:00 PM Come run Cape Cod’s fun and scenic 5K road race for women and girls of all ages. Walkers welcome. Race starts and finishes in front of the Osterville Community Building, 99 West Bay Road, Osterville. Kids 1K prior to main event. Food, music, and awards. www.womenrunningwild.com SUN-SAT, JUNE 22-28, 2014 Osterville Summer Celebration A week of activities for kids, families, adults and pets! Check the Osterville Village Library’s website for a complete listing with days and times. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SUN, JUNE 22, 2014 Cape Cod Clambake 5:15 PM A traditional village get-together under the tent at the Osterville Village Library. Meet old friends and make new ones, enjoy steel drum music, dine on lobster, clams, corn on the cob and more, sip on beer, wine or soda! Starts at 5:15 PM and benefits the Library. $65 per person. Tickets available at the Osterville Village Library and through the website. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org 47 EVENTCALENDAR www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org 20th Annual Cape Cod Clambake Sunday, June 22, 2014 • 5:15 pm Under the tent at the Osterville Village Library Osterville Village Library 43 Wianno Ave. Meet old friends and make new ones, enjoy steel drum music, dine on lobster, clams (or chicken), corn on the cob and more! Tickets: $65, includes beer, wine, or soft drinks To purchase tickets, visit OstervilleVillageLibrary.org or call 508.428.5757. Lobster and clams and fun,Oh my! Clambake provided by “Creative Clambakes” of Osterville - Ed Thew and Craig Curtis
  • 48. MON, JUNE 23, 2014 Car Raffle Tickets For Sale! Win a new Mercedes CLA 250! Buy your tickets to benefit the Osterville Library and you could be the lucky winner and drive away in a brand new car. Drawing to be held on the Library Lawn on August 23rd. Tickets on sale July and August: $125 each; 2 for $200. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, JUNE 26, 2014 Children’s Fair 10:00 AM-Noon Balloon animals, face painting and games will be under the tent at the Osterville Village Library. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, JUNE 26, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [Kick-off Concert] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and lawn chairs; bring the kids, dogs, house guests and neighbors! Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Kickoff concert is the Cape Cod Conservatory Jazz Band. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS-FRI, JUNE 26-27, 2014 “A Seaside Journey” Flower Show THURS: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM FRI: 10:00 AM-4:00 PM The show feature a “Coastal Bounty”, 24 floral designs created by Club members at the Boat Shed. The displays will include specimans of roses, perennials and lilies, along with terrariums and a collection of coleus grown from seeds. Donations appreciated to benefit Osterville Historical Museum. Free admission. www.ostervillegardenclub.org FRI, JUNE 27, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, jams, pasta, honey, butter, flowers, herbs, soaps, cookies, poultry, and more. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org EVENTCALENDAR 48 1495 Falmouth Rd., Rte. 28, Centerville 508-775-2065 • CapeCodPackageStore.com _ Try before you buy ~ Tastings everyday, anytime! EVENT TASTINGS ~ WINE SEMINARS ~ WINE DINNERS
  • 49. 51 EVENTCALENDAR www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org FRI, JUNE 27, 2014 Children’s Summer Reading Program [Kickoff] 10:00 AM Davis Bates and Roger Tincknell will conduct a storytelling and musical performance through a grant from the Mid-Cape Cultural Council. This year’s theme is “Fizz Boom Read!” Programs and activities relating to science will take place throughout the summer. Stop by the Library in mid-June for a detailed calendar of events. All events will be held at the Osterville Village Library. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, JUNE 27, 2014 Mutts & Martinis 5:30 PM-7:30 PM A cocktail party for dogs and their owners. Socialize and network with man’s best friends and fellow dog lovers. Price is $30 per pet human, which includes two drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds benefit Osterville Village Library. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org JULY JULY 1-31, 2014 Jim Richman Photography Exhibit The Osterville Village Library will be displaying photographs by Jim Richman during the month of July at the Osterville Village Library. www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, JULY 3, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [TWO Cool] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and your lawn chairs! TWO Cool is a duo for voice & guitar that combines the popular music of  today with classic  standards of the past. Members Eileen Fendler & Steve Gregory – formerly of  Felonious Funk – offer a versatile range of musical styles including; Soul, Pop, Jazz, Latin American, dance and listening music from just about every genre imaginable. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, JULY 4, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, jams, pasta, honey, butter, flowers, herbs, soaps, poultry, and more. Plus a story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. during July and August. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SAT, JULY 5, 2014 Summer Shindig 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Crafts fair on the library lawn, weather permitting tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org 508.776.7058 www.terrysfitnesstogo.com BS, MA, PFT Health & Fitness Professional Exercise Instruction for Older Adults Aqua Fitness in Private Pools Adapted Personal Training
  • 50. EVENTCALENDAR 52 WED, JULY 9, 2014 Summer Drop-in Book Group 10:00 AM The Secret Rooms: A True Story of a Haunted Castle, A Plotting Duchess and a Family Secret by Catherine Bailey. No matter whether you have read the book before or you are reading it for the first time, whether or not you loved the book, drop in and join the discussion at the Osterville Village Library! No monthly obligation, no guilt! email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, JULY 10, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [The Moonlighters] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and bring the family and neighbors! On any given weekend you’ll find The Moonlighters pumping out hit after rock n’ soul hit! The diverse lead singing styles and fat harmonies from every player (that’s right, everybody sings!) truly make this band fun. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, JULY 11, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SAT, JULY 12, 2014 Osterville Rotary’s 19th Annual Bluefish & Striper Tournament 7:00 AM-8:00 PM Join us at The Wianno Yacht Club! Fishing tournament: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. $190 entry fee. Prizes: $750 1st Heaviest, $500 2nd Heaviest. Not fishing? Join us for a BBQ under the big tent from 5:00-8:00 p.m., where you can watch the awards ceremony and bid in Silent & Live Auctions ($20 adults, $7 children). Fishing entry form and more info on our website. www.ostervillerotary.org SUN, JULY 13, 2014 ”Sail into the Past” Summer Sampler Celebration 5:00 PM-8:00 PM An evening of fabulous food and music under our tent to celebrate 100 Years of Wianno Senior. Enjoy delicious food from local chefs and from our market. One-of-a-kind archival photos from the Museum’s collection are available in a silent auction to benfit the Osterville Historical Museum. For tickets please e-mail OHS@OstervilleMuseum.org www.ostervillemuseum.org WED, JULY 16, 2014 Family Paddle Day 5:00 PM-8:00 PM Come to Dowses Beach and learn all about kayaking and stand- up paddle boarding! Paddling demos, trials and instruction for paddlers of all ages in kayaks and on SUPs (stand-up paddle boards). Admission fee at the registration tent at the beach. www.3bays.org THURS, JULY 17, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [Accent] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and lawn chairs; bring the kids, dogs house guests and neighbors! Accent is a duo that play songs that people want to hear, sing along with and dance to. Enjoy music from oldies like Elvis and Sinatra to Chesney, Buffett, Zac Brown and Jason Mraz. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org
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  • 52. 55 EVENTCALENDAR www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org FRI, JULY 18, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, jams, pasta, honey, butter, flowers, herbs, soaps, cookies, poultry, and more. Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SAT, JULY 19, 2014 40th Annual Osterville Village Day 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Starts with 5K Road Race, 8:00 a.m. Gala Parade, 1:00 p.m. with Antique & Classic Cars, bands, floats, and more. Other events include music, Craft Fair by Village Crafters of Cape Cod, bounce house, food stands, children’s events, trolley rides, and more. Antique Cars displayed at Historical Museum Grounds before and after parade. Sponsored by the Osterville Business & Professional Association and the Osterville Village Association. tel Gail Nightingale 508.428.6327 SAT, JULY 19, 2014 34th annual Cape Cod 5K Championship 8:00 AM Beautiful 5K course with ocean views is measured and certified by the USATF. Race starts in front of the Osterville Community Building, 99 West Bay Road, Osterville. Prize money to top male and female athletes; medals to top 3 in each age division. 5K Entry Fee $25. 1K Kids Race Prior to Main Event, Entry Fee $5. Proceeds benefit Osterville Village Library. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SAT, JULY 19, 2014 Antique Car Display 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Enjoy the cars on the Museum campus before and after the Village Day parade.. www.ostervillemuseum.org SAT, JULY 19, 2014 The Suspenders Juggling Troupe! 2:15 PM Come catch The Suspenders perforing on the back lawn of the Library following the Parade! tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org
  • 53. EVENTCALENDAR 56 Cahoon Museum of American Art 4676 Falmouth Rd (Rte 28) • Cotuit (508) 428-7581 cahoonmuseum.org Admission: $8 general, $7 seniors, $6 students, children under 12 free Hours: 10-4 Tues-Sat, 1-4 Sun Closed in January & February SUN, JULY 20, 2014 Discover Cape Cod Lecture Series 3:00 PM A reception and lecture will be held at the Osterville Village Library featuring Scott Doney, Director of WHOI Ocean and Climate Change Institute. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org WED, JULY 23, 2014 Paddle for the Bays: Family Paddle Day 5:00 PM-8:00 PM An evening of exciting events on Osterville’s Dowses Beach. Paddling demos, trials and instruction for paddlers of all ages in kayaks and on SUPs (stand-up paddle boards). Admission fee at the registration tent at the beach. www.3bays.org THURS, JULY 24, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [The Sharp Nines] 6:00 PM -7:00 PM Pack a picnic and your lawn chairs! The Sharp Nines is a 10 piece adult jazz ensemble that plays throughout the Boston area and have recorded at PBS studios in Dedham, MA. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, JULY 25, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org FRI, JULY 25, 2014 The 27th Evening by the Sea Charity Auction 5:30 PM The 27th Evening by the Sea benefits HopeHealth, formerly Hospice & Palliative Care of Cape Cod, and includes dinner and a live and silent auction. Join us for this year’s jazz theme and bid on exquisite and unique items! When you attend, you’ll help us improve the comfort and quality of life for those experiencing serious illness or loss. www.hopehealthco.org/EveningbytheSea FRI-SUN, JULY 25-27, 2014 Wianno Senior Centennial Race and Celebration If you’d like to see these beauties in action, don’t miss the Parade of Wianno Seniors on July 26 at 11 a.m. starting in West Bay. If you’re a Wianno Senior Sailor, here’s the complete schedule: July 25: Welcome Wianno Senior sailors at the Wianno Yacht Club; July 26: Parade of Wianno Seniors at 11 a.m.: boats assemble in West Bay, then sail out the cut into Nantucket Sound. Racing begins at 1 p.m. Centennial dinner at 6 p.m. at WYC. July 27: Racing begins at 1 p.m. Awards at 6 p.m. www.wiannosenior.org THE ACCURATE OFFICE llc Small Business Revenue Coach Charles Meads charles@theaccurateoffice.com 774 368 0374
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  • 56. 59 EVENTCALENDAR BOOKS BY THE SEA Take a mouth-watering trip along Cape Cod. Yum! 874 Main St. Osterville 508.420.9400 www.booksbythesea.net Longtime independent bookstore specializing in all things coastal WED, JULY 30, 2014 Summer Drop-in Book Group 10:00 AM Drop in at the Osterville Village Library and join in the discussion of The Last Summer of Caper-downs by Elizabeth Kelly. No monthly obligation, no guilt! No matter whether you have read the book before or you are reading it for the first time, whether or not you loved the book, drop in and join the discussion at the Osterville Village Library! email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, JULY 31, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [The Silver Foxes] 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Pack a picnic and your lawn chairs! The Silver Foxes is a unique Cape Cod dance band playing music from the Big Band Era, golden years of swing from the 1930’s to the 1950’s. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org AUGUST AUGUST 1-31, 2014 Andrew Newman Art Exhibit Since 1980, Andrew Newman has been known for his elegant solutions to graphic design challenges. Initially focused on book cover and jacket design for major publishing houses, he is also recognized for creating corporate identity, branding, and website design.www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI-SUN, AUGUST 1-3, 2014 Ski Sale! 9:00 AM-5:00 PM The best time to think ahead to winter is when the sun is shining and the temps are high. Stop by the Library, upstairs in the meeting space for our first ever ski equipment sale! A portion of the proceeds benefits the library. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, AUGUST 1, 2014 21th Annual Joe Cronin Memorial Jimmy Fund Fishing Tournament 6:45 AM-9:30 PM The mission of the Joe Cronin Memorial Jimmy Fund Fishing Tournament is to continue the legacy of Joe Cronin’s support of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund in their fight against cancer. The tournament was established to build a foundation for an annual fundraiser that combines the camaraderie of fishing with unanimity of purpose. tel E.J. Jaxtimer 508.776.0923 www.joecroninfishing.com Managing your on and off line presence easily and affordably WEBSITES VIDEO PHOTOS 508.685.4868 cl@clshulman.com CLShulman.com www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org
  • 57. FRI, AUGUST 2, 2014 Osterville Farmers’Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org FRI, AUGUST 2, 2014 Summer Shindig 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Crafts fair on the library lawn, weather permitting. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, AUGUST 7, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [Daddy-O!] 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Pack a picnic, bring the neighbors and your lawn chairs! Since 1999, Daddy-O! has been re-creating the 1950s era sound all over New England. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, AUGUST 8, 2014 Osterville Farmers’Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org THURS, AUGUST 14, 2014 23nd Annual Antique Show 9:30 AM Thirty-five dealers from around New England feature unique items in this much-loved event. www.ostervillemuseum.org. THURS, AUGUST 14, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [Jumpin’ Juba] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and the lawn chairs! Jumpin’ Juba plays a unique mix of blues and roots-y rock & roll tunes, with flavors from many other genres (folk-Americana, Latin jazz and country) stirred into their blues stew. Concerts are held indoors if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, AUGUST 15, 2014 Osterville Farmers’Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SUN, AUGUST 17, 2014 Discover Cape Cod Lecture Series 3:00 PM Dan Wolf, State Senator and owner of Cape Cod Air, will share his perspectives on politics, life, and Cape Cod with us at the Osterville Village Library. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org WED, AUGUST 20, 2014 Summer Drop-in Book Group 10:00 AM Drop-In at the Osterville Village Library and join in the discussion of North of Boston by Elisabeth Elo. No monthly obligation, no guilt! No matter whether you have read the book before or you are reading it for the first time, whether or not you loved the book, drop in and join the discussion at the Osterville Village Library! email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org EVENTCALENDAR 60
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  • 59. 63 EVENTCALENDAR www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org WED, AUGUST 20, 2014 Osterville Village Association Annual Meeting 7:30 PM Annual meeting held at the Osterville Village Library, Main Meeting Room. All Welcome! www.ostervillevillageassociation.org THURS, AUGUST 21, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [Bert Jackson Quartet] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and lawn chairs; bring the kids, dogs house guests and neighbors! The Bert Jackson Quartet offers original upbeat jazz and favorites. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014 Osterville Anglers Club Fundraiser Tournament Striped bass & bluefish tournament open to the public www.ostervilleanglersclub.com FRI, AUGUST 22, 2014 Osterville Farmers’Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SAT, AUGUST 23, 2014 Cat Boat Parade & Annual Townie Hornor Rendezvous Noon Catch the parade of Cats at the Bridge around noon on Saturday, weather permitting. Watch as the cat boats gather at the Wianno Yacht Club on Friday and Saturday. Join in the cat boat captains’ BBQ on the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum on Saturday evening. Please call ahead for the BBQ. Sponsored by the Cape Cod Cat Boat Association and the Osterville Historical Museum. tel 508.428.5861 www.ostervillemuseum.org. SAT, AUGUST 23, 2014 Osterville Village Library Car Raffle [Drawing] 5:00 PM Drawing of the winner of the new Mercedes CLA 250 on the Library green. You could drive away in a brand new car. Tickets on sale starting June 23; $125 ea.; 2 for $200. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org THURS, AUGUST 28, 2014 Osterville Library Concert Series on the Lawn [TWO Cool] 6:00 PM-7:00 PM Pack a picnic and lawn chairs; bring the kids, dogs house guests and neighbors! TWO Cool is a duo for voice & guitar that combines the popular music of  today with classic  standards of the past. Members Eileen Fendler & Steve Gregory – formerly of  Felonious Funk – offer a versatile range of musical styles including; Soul, Pop, Jazz, Latin American, dance and listening music from just about every genre imaginable. Concerts are held indoors in the library if it rains. Free admission. tel 508.428.5757 email mcolombo@clamsnet.org www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, AUGUST 29, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Plus story hour for kids of all ages at 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m; last story hour of season. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org
  • 60. SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 1-30, 2014 Robert Mesrop Art Exhibit The Osterville Village Library will display a collection of artwork by artist Robert Mesrop. www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, SEPTEMBER 5, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Every Friday until the end of September on the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SAT, SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 Summer Shindig 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Crafts fair on the library lawn, weather permitting. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SAT, SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 SeaBarnstable: A Culinary and Historical Journey of the Wianno Senior 5:00 PM-8:00 PM Join us for an evening weaving the story of the Wianno Senior from the Cape Cod Maritime Museum to the JFK Museum in Hyannis and home to the Osterville Historical Museum, home of the Crosby Boats. Guests will travel by trolley between all three museums. Advanced tickets required. The ticket includes admission to all three museums, trolley ride, drinks and dinner. Please visit the website for details. www.seabarnstable.org FRI, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Every Friday until the end of September on the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org FRI, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Last Friday market. Final market day for 2014 is Saturday, October 26th. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org EVENTCALENDAR 66 Donna Schulze, Broker 23 West Bay Road, Osterville 508-420-8888 • 508-280-8811 www.RealEstateCapeCod.com
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  • 62. SAT, SEPTEMBER 20, 2014 Paddle for the Bays: Race Day 7:30 AM Registration 7:30 a.m., Race at 9:00 a.m. Ropes Beach, Cotuit. Organized by Three Bays Preservation to benefit their many programs and projects; sanctioned by the WPA; produced by Stand Up & Paddle Cape Cod. www.3bays.org SUN, SEPTEMBER 21, 2014 Discover Cape Cod Lecture Series 3:00 PM Mr. George Price, Superintendent, Cape Cod National Seashore will talk at the Library about the special place that the National Seashore is, giving us an overview of the park and talking about some of the history, the operations, and legal issues. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SAT, SEPTEMBER 27, 2014 Richard B. Sellars One-Day Bass Tournament Striped bass & bluefish tournament open to the public www.ostervilleanglersclub.com OCTOBER SAT, OCTOBER 4, 2014 Joe Cronin Memorial Running with the Blues 5K 8:00 AM This fun 5K race at Dowses Beach benefits the Joe Cronin Memorial Jimmy Fund Fishing Tournament. The mission of the tournament is to recognize and perpetuate the legacy of Joe Cronin’s support to benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund in their fight against cancer. tel Scott Swaylik 508.989.6866 www.joecroninfishing.com THURS, OCTOBER 9, 2014 Osterville Historical Museum Annual Meeting 5:00 PM Celebrate the centennial year of the Wianno Senior with fellow members of the Osterville Historical Museum. Vote on proposed slate of directors and officers for 2015. www.ostervillemuseum.org EVENTCALENDAR 791 Main Street Osterville www.crispflatbread.com CRISPCRISP 791 Main Street Osterville www.crispflatbread.com
  • 63. EVENTCALENDAR SAT, OCTOBER 18, 2014 Osterville Fall Festival 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Dog Parade, Police K-9 Dog demonstration, music, bounce house and horse-drawn carriage rides. Retail sales throughout the village. Farmers Market on the Museum Grounds. Sponsored by Osterville Business & Professional Assn. and Osterville Village Assn. tel Gail Nightingale 508.428.6327 SAT, OCTOBER 18, 2014 Osterville Farmers’ Market 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Celebrate the fall harvest with your favorite farmers! Kids activities, baby animals, and pumpkin decorating. On the grounds of the Osterville Historical Museum. This is the final market day of the season. www.ostervillefarmersmarket.org SUN, OCTOBER 26, 2014 Discover Cape Cod Lecture Series 3:00 PM A lecture and reception at the Library featuring Jill Teitelman, author of Saving Gracie. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, OCTOBER 31, 2014 Osterville Rotary Club Halloween Parade 4:00 PM Come out and march, or watch our ghost and goblins – big and little – strut their stuff through the Village center! www.ostervillerotary.org NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 1-30, 2014 Linda Collins Art Exhibit During November the Osterville Village Library will display artwork by Linda Collins, Assistant Director of the Falmouth Public Library. www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org SUN, NOVEMBER 16, 2014 Osterville Village Library Literary Event 3:00 PM The Osterville Village Library hosts Joe Quigley, a political cartoonist who will discuss cartooning. A demonstration will be presented. email mcolombo@clamsnet.org tel 508.428.5757 www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org 70 Free Delivery to your home, party tent, or dockside! Osterville Package Store Fine Wines, Liquors, Beer, and more The Campana and Nightingale families have been serving our customers for over 77 years! 1937-2014 Gail C. Nightingale, Proprietor 11 Wianno Avenue, Osterville 508.428.6327
  • 64. Antiques and folkart of distinction for those of kindred spirit. Kindreds Antiques and Folk Art 86 Cotuit Road (Rte. 149) • Unit A1 • Marstons Mills www.kindredsantiquesandfolkart.com 774.228.2295 Open Daily 10-5 Sunday 12-4 NEW LOCATION
  • 65. 73 EVENTCALENDAR www.OstervilleVillageLibrary.org DECEMBER FRI, DECEMBER 12, 2014 45th Annual Christmas Open House and Stroll 9:00 AM-9:00 PM All day & evening throughout our traditionally decorated Village. Ecumenical crèche services and caroling at 6 p.m. followed by horse-drawn carriage rides, trolley rides, music, and refreshments. Sponsored by the Osterville Business & Professional Association and the Osterville Village Association. tel Gail Nightingale 508.428.6327 FRI-SAT, DECEMBER 12-13, 2014 Festival of Trees FRI: 10:00 AM-6:00 PM SAT: 10:00 AM-3:00 PM ”Making Spirits Bright” – dozens of magnificently decorated tabletop trees by local merchants are available in a silent auction. Auction ends at 3 p.m. on Saturday. All proceeds benefit the Osterville Historical Museum. www.ostervillemuseum.org FEBRUARY MON, FEBRUARY 2, 2015 Osterville Garden Club Open Meeting Noon Join members for a light lunch and presentation (to be announced) at the Our Lady of Victory Church in Centerville – there is a $5 fee. www.ostervillegardenclub.org SAT, FEBRUARY 7, 2015 10th Annual Osterville Chocolate Fest 10:00 AM-4:00 PM Celebrate your sweet tooth at the chocolate- themed activities throughout the Village. Chocolate Baking Contest and many special “chocolate” events for all. tel Gail Nightingale 508.428.6327 APRIL APRIL 1-30, 2015 Edward Gorey Art Exhibit The Osterville Village Library will display the art of Edward Gorey. www.ostervillevillagelibrary.org FRI, APRIL 24, 2015 Arbor Day Celebration 10:00 AM Please visit our website to get information. www.ostervillegardenclub.org
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