Hyannis Chamber to Host “October Bash”

The Hyannis HyArts Campus, look at the corner of Pearl and South Streets is celebrating the change of season with a campus wide soiree, medical Saturday, September 14th, from 6:00PM-8:00PM.  Free parking in the Barn lot and Town Hall Parking Lot.   In addition, the Something Sweet Cupcake bus ( a vintage VW bus in candy pink!) will stop by the arts campus  with delicious homemade cupcakes for sale.

To learn more, please read the official press release, attached here http://wp.me/a2veKv-i3

The Hyannis HyArts Campus, look at the corner of Pearl and South Streets is celebrating the change of season with a campus wide soiree, medical Saturday, September 14th, from 6:00PM-8:00PM.  Free parking in the Barn lot and Town Hall Parking Lot.   In addition, the Something Sweet Cupcake bus ( a vintage VW bus in candy pink!) will stop by the arts campus  with delicious homemade cupcakes for sale.

To learn more, please read the official press release, attached here http://wp.me/a2veKv-i3

As you may know, ed a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, cialis sale 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors

The Hyannis HyArts Campus, look at the corner of Pearl and South Streets is celebrating the change of season with a campus wide soiree, medical Saturday, September 14th, from 6:00PM-8:00PM.  Free parking in the Barn lot and Town Hall Parking Lot.   In addition, the Something Sweet Cupcake bus ( a vintage VW bus in candy pink!) will stop by the arts campus  with delicious homemade cupcakes for sale.

To learn more, please read the official press release, attached here http://wp.me/a2veKv-i3

As you may know, ed a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, cialis sale 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors
As you may know, decease see a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, physician patient 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors

The Hyannis HyArts Campus, look at the corner of Pearl and South Streets is celebrating the change of season with a campus wide soiree, medical Saturday, September 14th, from 6:00PM-8:00PM.  Free parking in the Barn lot and Town Hall Parking Lot.   In addition, the Something Sweet Cupcake bus ( a vintage VW bus in candy pink!) will stop by the arts campus  with delicious homemade cupcakes for sale.

To learn more, please read the official press release, attached here http://wp.me/a2veKv-i3

As you may know, ed a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, cialis sale 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors
As you may know, decease see a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, physician patient 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors
As you may know, decease
a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, ambulance 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors

The Hyannis HyArts Campus, look at the corner of Pearl and South Streets is celebrating the change of season with a campus wide soiree, medical Saturday, September 14th, from 6:00PM-8:00PM.  Free parking in the Barn lot and Town Hall Parking Lot.   In addition, the Something Sweet Cupcake bus ( a vintage VW bus in candy pink!) will stop by the arts campus  with delicious homemade cupcakes for sale.

To learn more, please read the official press release, attached here http://wp.me/a2veKv-i3

As you may know, ed a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, cialis sale 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors
As you may know, decease see a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, physician patient 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors
As you may know, decease
a subcommittee of the GHCA has been following the development project for a new Hyannis District fire station.  At this point we need your help in reducing the size and cost of this estimated 25 to 30 million dollar project which could be adding some 20 to 25% more to the fire district tax for the next 30 to 40 years.

We urge you to educate yourselves by attending the next meetings scheduled on 9/16 and 9/25 at 5pm in the Shepley Room at the Hyannis Youth Center.  Please join us and be part of the discussion as an informed voter when the time comes to vote on this expenditure.

The building committee is presenting a building the size of our present Hyannis Town Hall.  It encompasses over 48, ambulance 000 square feet which is over twice the size of the present fire station.

The Civic Association subcommittee has done extensive research and has concluded that the plan is over aggressive and needs to be refocused.  It is another tax expense that the homeowners cannot afford.

This building committee NEEDS to HEAR from the homeowners and taxpayers of this community.  We urge you to attend so your voice can be heard before it becomes too late for anything to be done.

GHCA Board of Directors
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The Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteers on Saturday, medical October 26 for its first “Barnstable October Bash.”  Designated as one of the Hyannis Cultural District’s annual events, sales the Barnstable October Bash is one event in a month of events happening in October throughout the seven villages.   The following events are planned:

  • 5K Zombie run
  • costume parade
  • craft show on the Village Green
  • a psychic
  • a magician
  • pumpkin carving

The British Beer Company will host a “Pumpkin Beer Fest” from 5 – 7pm, and there will be a masquerade ball under the stars on the Village Green from 8-10pm.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact Ellen Brady at the Hyannis Chamber 508- 775-7778, X-10 or email at ellen@Hyannis.com