The following photo’s were taken by Bob Surrette, who is a Dennis Police VIP and a member of the Dennis Port Revitalization Committee. Thanks Again to Bob for sharing these photo’s.
I think it is safe to say that National Night Out was a overwhelming success in Dennis Port. Estimates range from 1,000 to 2,000 people participated in the 3 1/2 hour event. A big ” Thank You” goes out to the Town and the Dennis Police Department for bringing National Read On..
A great big Thank You to all the volunteers that showed up this morning for the National Marine Life Center ( NMLC ) event on Haigis Beach. It went so well, it may become an annual event. We had Dick & Barbara Morency representing SSCA, We had all the Slowe Read On..
Last reminder that the National Marine Life Center will be holding an interactive event with kids and adults at Haigis Beach on this Sunday ( July 20, 2014 ) at 10:30 a.m. If you don’t have a beach sticker, Heritage Sands is offering free parking on their property for the Read On..
Click on the below link for the 10 most beautiful places in America. The Cape grabbed the # 3 slot. http://abcnews.go.com/Travel
Happy Summer to all! Mark your calendars for National Night Out this year … TUESDAY, AUGUST 5th. From 4-7, we will have all sorts of displays from all different members of our community. We will have food and drinks, and we will be in DOWNTOWN DENNIS PORT. We want to Read On..
The following link will take you to the new Dennis Port Merchants Association web page. Embedded in the web page is a link to the DPMA Block Party Video. Please bookmark their web page and visit often. If you like the video and web page, please share it with your Read On..
Join Heritage Sands, South Side Civic Association and the National Marine Life Center at Haigis Beach in Dennis Port, MA at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, July 20, 2014 for an afternoon of fun in the sun! Staff from the NMLC, which is headquartered in Buzzards Bay, will give a brief presentation Read On..
You had to be there with hundreds and hundreds of people to feel the excitement. The sidewalks were packed, the businesses were packed and everyone was having a Great Time. There were tons of raffle prizes, there was entertainment everywhere you went. There was free food at a number of Read On..
It is not written in stone just yet, but it looks like the State, Department of Transportation (DOT ) has moved up the project start date from 2018 to 2016. This is a major 3 phase project to reconstruct Rt. 28 and the sidewalks from the Harwich Line to the Read On..