Our mission is to foster and achieve a healthy economic climate for everyone in the Mashpee area through the unity and efforts of our membership. Part of how we achieve the goals of our mission is to generate interest in our community and local businesses through creating, organizing, and coordinating events in Mashpee.
Annual Dinner & Meeting - Virtual on June 22nd
La Tavola - Friday, August 27th, 2021
Mashpee Chamber Christmas Parade & Season of Illumination - Save the Date for the Mashpee Chamber Christmas Parade: Saturday, December 11th
Duncan Johnson: Under Construction
June 9 – September 19
Vermont artist Duncan Johnson presents a series of wall assemblages created by using colorful re-claimed wood gathered from construction sites and landfills. Aspects of sculpture, drawing, and painting converge as Johnson selects, shapes, and combines wood strips, and then meticulously fastens them together with a matrix of fine wire nails. His intricate and colorful compositions delight the eye as they maximize the inherent beauty and quality of the wood in his unique art form.
Cahoon Museum of American Art
4676 Falmouth Road, Cotuit
(Corner of Route 130 and Route 28)
Hours of Operation:
June 9 – Dec 19: Weds-Sun, 10am – 4pm
Adults $10.00; Seniors and Students $8.00; Museum Members, NARM Members, and children under 12, free.
Preregistration requested; drop-bys welcome as gallery space allows. Register at cahoonmuseum.org or by phone at 508-428-7581
The Mashpee Summer Concert Series will return to the Mashpee Community Park beginning on Tuesday, July 6, and run until Tuesday, August 10. The concerts take place each Tuesday from 6 to 7:30 PM and are free, family-friendly events. The Mashpee Community Park is at 13 Great Neck Road North, across from the Mashpee Town Hall.
This year's performance schedule:
July 6—The Familiars, performing folk, folk rock and Irish music
July 13—Stanley & Grimm Celtic fiddle and guitar, performing a celebration of traditional Celtic music
July 20—Jo & Co, performing top 40 songs from the 1950s to today
July 27—The Jody Moore Band a fun, upbeat cover-band that plays all genres from 1960s to now
August 3—Hotstreak, playing Classic Rock with hits from today's artists mixed in
August 10—Bourbon Sunset Trio, performing acoustic country, bluegrass and folk music