Saturday, November 26, 2005

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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the name of the store on Main Street, right next to a new store called Sand Dune? It's something like the Artful Hand, or Artisan Hand. I want to call the store, but can't remember the name. I was just in Chatham for a week.

Anonymous said...

You got it right- it is in fact the Artful Hand Gallery. According to Yahoo it's at459 Main Street and the phone # is 508-945-5681.

Good Luck!

Anonymous said...

Thanks to whoever answered my query about the Artful Hand. What a terrific resource this is. Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

My girlfriends and I are planning to come to Chatham for Christmas Stroll Weekend. Can anyone offer some information on the festivites lined up for that weekend? Also, I know of the Squire & the Red Nun - are there any other watering holes on Main Street?

Christopher Seufert said...

Hi,

Keep your eye on the Chatham Chamber of Commerce's web site calendar. Here's the link. They'll be updating it with events in the next few weeks.

http://www.chathaminfo.com/

The Squire and Red Nun are indeed the only honest to god bars in town. However, drinks at some of the restaurants can also be a good social scene or a good way to start off the evening. You might try the bars at these restaurants on Main Street- Christian's, Vinings Bistro, the Impudent Oyster, and Chatham Bars Inn on Seaview.

If you're looking for actual bar alternatives you should include a margarita at Harwich's Aye Caramba Mexican Cafe and a visit to Orleans' Land Ho in your itinerary. The Land Ho is Orleans' "Squire" and has great clam pie too.

Chris

Anonymous said...

Some one gave my Mom a SeaClam Pie made in Chatham. Can anyone tell me how to purchase these?

Thank You,

hazmac@adelphia.net
Falmouth

Anonymous said...

Hi Paul,

You must be referring to Marion's Pie Shop near Ridgevale Road. They don't have a web site but you can call them and may be able to order over the phone if you're unable to visit in person. Here's their info according to Fromer's Guide.

Hours
Tues-Sat 8am-6pm; Sun 8am-5pm

Address
2022 Rte. 28

Location
About 1/2 mile E of Rte. 137, Around Town

Phone
508/432-9439

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for the information

Anonymous said...

Hello,

We love your Cape Cod Chips. We have been buying them at our local store for our Saturday night card night. When we went to buy them this week we were told they were no longer available in California. Please tell me this is not true.


Thank you,
Pamela Torrisi and the Saturday Night Gang

Anonymous said...

Hello,

I am a local author writing a Young Adult novel set on Cape Cod. I need to talk to someone about clamming. Would you know of someone I can email or call?

Thanks very much,
Barbara Larmon Failing
www.barbaralarmonfailing.com

Lucy@MyChatham.com said...

Hi Barbara,

Stuart Moore, the Chatham Shellfish Constable is the one to talk to. He's a great guy and I'm sure he can also hook you up with more shellfishers. His assistant is Judith Kent and you can reach his office by email at jkent@chatham-ma.gov and the telephone is 508-945-5184.

Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Hi,

Many thanks for the number. I really appreciate receiving it.
Best,
Barbara

Anonymous said...

Hello,
I am a watercolor artist located on the south shore, and was interested in information on Chatham's 2006 summer art festival. My work may be viewed on my web-site at http://www.davidholtgallery.com. If interested, my e-mail address is david@davidholtgallery.com.
Thank you
David Holt.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know the hours and prices to play at Seaside Links Golf Course?

thanks you,
pmcculley@capecod.edu

Anonymous said...

Someone gave my Mom a SeaClam Pie made in Chatham. Can anyone tell me where to purchase these?

Thank You
Paul Hastay
hazmac@adelphia.net
Falmouth

Anonymous said...

Hi,

We will be vacationing in Chatham the first week in August and we are interested in doing some clam digging with the family. Could someone please supply any information that we may need?

Thanks.
Irena
aimano@adelphia.net

Anonymous said...

Hi-
My family will be vacationing for the first time in Chatham mid-July.
We are looking for family oriented restaurants with good food.

We are also looking for the best beach to go to; we are staying at the Wayside Inn on a referral from a friend.

Any tips/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. What family activities are there? We will be there for 4 nights/5 days; want to keep the kids busy.

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