Organizations & Clubs and Libraries
The mission of Cape Abilities is to serve individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod by educating, counseling and providing residential, therapeutic, social and employment supports that empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in the community. Visit their Route 6A Farm, 458 Main Street (Rt. 6A), Dennis, 508.385.2538, Mon-Sat 10am~6pm and Sun 10am~5pm.
Discover the heart and soul of the Cape as envisioned by its past and present artists. Be amazed by the vast diversity of art, enjoy the beauty of the Sculpture Garden, be creative in year-round classes for children and adults, socialize at special events, and find unique gifts by local artists in the Museum Shop. Kids can always have fun with the Treasure Hunt in the Galleries.
869 Route 6A
Brewster, Massachusetts 02631
The Cultural Center?s mission is to increase access to education in the visual and performing arts, culture and humanities for all Cape residents, with specific concentration on youth development and professional growth. It will serve as a focal point for the community and visitors to the area interested in culture and the arts by offering instruction, entertainment and exhibition.
Josiah Dennis Manse House
The Dennis Historical Society, Inc. is an educational organization established to stimulate an interest in local history, to promote scholarly effort, to foster the continued collection and preservation of historical data and material, and to cooperate with individuals and other organizations having similar interest.
The Dennis Harwich Lions was chartered in 1967. The club is comprised of members from Brewster, Harwich, Dennis, Yarmouth. We are dedicated to raising funds for community and individual sight and health projects. We meet at 6:30 PM on the fourth Wednesday at The Riverway in South Yarmouth. Members meet at 6:00 PM for networking and socializing. Meeting commences at 6:30PM. Dinner at 7 pm.
Our mission is to create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation.
FORWARD is a group of concerned citizens, brought together through the common goal of creating a small scale model housing community for adults with autism and related disabilities.
80 % of adults with Autism live at home with few supports and an unclear plan for the future when their families are no longer able to care for them. Those who live at home are largely isolated after their work day or day habilitation program is over. Many of these young adults could be working to contribute to the community while simultaneously gaining a sense of pride and purpose. That is why our founding board is made up of professionals and neighbors who have come together to form a non-profit that is dedicated to the creation of a small-scale model housing community where people with Autism and related disabilities will prosper in a safe, supportive environment.
Our club was founded in 1948 by our first president, Robert Stone, and a group of dedicated community leaders, who, like ourselves, wished to promote the Rotary International humanitarian motto of "Service Above Self" in our Mid-Cape communities.
The Rotary Club of Harwich-Dennis conducts its weekly meetings on Thursday mornings starting promptly at 7 AM at the renowned Grumpy's Restaurant located on Route 6A in East Dennis.
SCORE, Nonprofit Mentoring For Small Business
Business Counseling - Free and Confidential,
Low Cost Business Workshops, Valuable Business Tool and Resources
Mailing: P.O. Box 146
West Dennis, MA 02670
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