Reminder! Fire Station Meeting This Thursday

Please plan on attending the next meeting of the Hyannis Fire Department  Commissioners Meeting, to be held at the Steamship Authority Bldg, at 7PM on Thursday, July 24, 2014… that is  this Thursday. More »

The 2014 GHCA Membership Cards are on Their Way!

The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships. If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership More »

GHCA Garden Spot Assignments

Thanks to those who volunteered to help maintain the GHCA garden spot at the corner of South and Pleasant Streets. Below is a description of the work program. If anyone finds that they can’t do More »

Time to Renew Your GHCA Membership

Summer is just around the corner and it is time to renew your annual membership to the GHCA.  Membership dues are currently our main source for income in support of the many More »

Summer 2014 – HyArts Cultural Happenings

Free concerts and street music all summer long are planned for the Hyannis “HyArts” Cultural District. Overlooking the harbor, at the artist shanties, or along Main Street and on the Village Green, More »

The Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties

The Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties are open for the season! There are some new additions this year, a singer songwriter spotlight series, artists from the L.I.F.E program and Cape Cod Can will More »

Reminder! Fire Station Meeting This Thursday

Please plan on attending the next meeting of the Hyannis Fire Department  Commissioners Meeting, to be held at the Steamship Authority Bldg, at 7PM on Thursday, July 24, 2014… that is  this Thursday. The GHCA will present a “new process” to

The 2014 GHCA Membership Cards are on Their Way!

The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships. If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership form, and send it in today so you

GHCA Garden Spot Assignments

Thanks to those who volunteered to help maintain the GHCA garden spot at the corner of South and Pleasant Streets. Below is a description of the work program. If anyone finds that they can’t do their assigned week, please let Milton Berglund know.

Time to Renew Your GHCA Membership

Summer is just around the corner and it is time to renew your annual membership to the GHCA.  Membership dues are currently our main source for income in support of the many committees and events we sponsor, such as the

Summer 2014 – HyArts Cultural Happenings

Free concerts and street music all summer long are planned for the Hyannis “HyArts” Cultural District. Overlooking the harbor, at the artist shanties, or along Main Street and on the Village Green, you can enjoy the a fabulous array of

The Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties

The Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties are open for the season! There are some new additions this year, a singer songwriter spotlight series, artists from the L.I.F.E program and Cape Cod Can will join for a weekend, literary artist return, and

New “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” Sign

Pat Richards, from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area would like to thank all those who contributed to the cost of placing this “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” sign near the corner of South and Chase

Monthly Board Minutes are Posted

Did you know that the monthly Board of Directors’ meeting minutes are posted each month?  All members of the GHCA are invited to attend these monthly Board meetings, but if you cannot attend, we encourage you to review the minutes to stay

New Neighborhood Programs

Pat Richards, from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, south of Main Street, attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in

Basic Principles to Cape Cod’s Waste and Drinking Water Issues

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Water is an important natural resource for Cape Cod.  As various individuals and organizations look into the problem of preserving this vital natural resource for future generations, the GHCA, with the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce and other Cape associations, has