Adorable, locally-owned children’s boutique, Cape Kids Store will be moving to a new location this Spring just up the street from where they are now, and in preparation for their new space, they’re hosting a moving sale! This Friday through Sunday (February 24th-26th), fill your kiddos’ closets as Cape Kids Store makes room in their new space for even more great products. Enjoy up to 50% off goodies from popular children’s brands like Hatley, Mud Pie, Chaser Brand Kids, Babiators and more.
For more information stop by the Cape Kids shop where it is currently located on North Street next to Absolutely Juiced or give them a ring at 508-477-0169. And don’t forget to keep an eye out on our blog for more information (and photos of their new space) after the move!
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About Cape Kids:
Locally-owned by LA transplant, Amanda MacNeil, Cape Kids carries an adorable selection of functional and fashionable styles for kids and babies including a wide variety of exclusive, locally-crafted designs. Amanda aims to merge her LA style with her love for Cape Cod in the quaint children’s boutique. From super soft tees made from vintage band shirts, to fashionable necklaces for Mom that double as teething toys for baby, Cape Kids’ carefully-curated selection of unique items for little ones effortlessly blend function and fashion for the Cape Cod Mom who wants a little of both.
Time is running out to participate in Kensington’s “Case for Giving” luggage drive. Throughout the month of February, Kensington’s at Mashpee Commons, along with Briggs & Riley Travelware has been collecting luggage for charity through Briggs & Riley’s Case for Giving Program. Stop by their shop (located in Central Square across from Hot Diggity) before Tuesday, February 28th, with a gently-used Briggs & Riley rolling bag to receive a $100 credit toward the purchase of a new one (customers can also receive a $50 credit for every non-Briggs & Riley rolling bag donation). (more…)
Clean out your closet, Ladies! Talbots’ 2017 Spring Style event is here. From February 21st through March 5th, enjoy 25% off this season’s cutest styles and browse their latest collection, a collaboration with O, The Oprah Magazine.
In addition to helping you piece together a perfectly polished look for Springtime, Talbots will donate 30% of the sale’s net proceeds to Dress for Success, a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Golf and lifestyle apparel shop, Magic Wear, is seeking a motivated and sociable individual to take on the role of Store Manager at their shop here in Mashpee Commons.
The ideal candidate should demonstrate an excellent work ethic, a positive attitude, and preferably have 2-5 years of retail management experience. Knowledge of social media marketing methods preferred. For more information about this opportunity, check out their online posting here, or send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
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About Magic Wear:
Magic Wear carries comfortable and stylish lifestyle apparel for men, women, and children. The casual yet sophisticated look and ultra-comfy feel of their attire was inspired by the easygoing lifestyle found on the Cape. The name Magic Wear was conceived by PGA Professional and store owner, Rick Coleman. Rick believes that the fantastical nature of the many game-changing moments that occur in various sports are magic. That sentiment is captured in their whimsical logo depicting a rabbit jumping out of a top hat. Magic Wear is located in Central Square (next door to Sol Optics and across the way from Bobby Byrne’s Pub). For more info, visit their website or give them a ring at (774) 361-6375.
It’s school vacation week! Instead of spending it at home, why not take a visit to the Mashpee Library? In addition to their excellent selection of children’s literature, the Mashpee Library offers fun, family activities and free community events all year long. We took a look and picked out some of our favorites happening this week. Check them out below… (more…)
As part of their weekly entertainment line-up The Lanes hosts live music and DJs, with no cover, every Friday and Saturday night. Check out this week’s lineup below:
For more fun stuff happening at the Lanes as well as sales, events and classes in the Commons this month, check out our monthly series, The Buzz!
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About The Lanes Bowl & Bistro:
The Lanes is a contemporary version of a traditional blowing alley, providing gastropub style dining, live entertainment, weekly events, and (of course) bowling. The casual yet modern atmosphere includes the bistro with space for bands and various entertainment, ten-pin bowling lanes, and a seasonal outdoor bar, cafe and bocce court.
Pottery Barn is holding an event for the newly engaged this evening. Stop by their Mashpee Commons store between 3-7pm tonight and let their wedding planning professionals help you get started with your registry. They will guide you through the process, starting with what to add based on your needs and personal style. You will also find a selection of local wedding vendors on hand to help you with various other elements of your big day. Guest vendors will include Arabella Salon, The Write Choice, Verde Floral Design, and Mesdames des Macarons. This event is free and open to the public, no registration necessary.
Join Trevi Café & Wine Bar on Tuesday, March 7th for an indugent dining experience featuring the award-winning wines of Cakebread Cellars. Chef Jamie Spencer and his team will guide you through their exquisite tasting menu perfectly complimented by a suite of delicious wines. The meal will end with coffee & dessert. Take a peek at the menu and wine selection… (more…)
Throughout the Summer, Verde Floral Design‘s popular Lunch and Learn classes draw a crowd of enthusiastic attendees ready to learn how to arrange flowers artfully at home. This year in response to a wave of customer requests, Verde will be expanding their educational season with a new series of workshops running in the Winter and Spring. Led by Verde’s Lead Designer, Whitney Perry, their new “Make It, Take It” Workshops are structured to help you make unique floral designs which you can easily recreate on your own. And, you’ll have fun too! (more…)
Photo Credit: Williams-Sonoma
Not much of a baker? This dish proves that a delicious dessert doesn’t have to be a decadent, complicated affair. Showcasing the brilliant color and bright tang of seasonal blood oranges with a sweet, boozy twist; this eye-catching, super-simple dessert is the perfect finale to any Winter dinner. Prepare this dish in advance and assemble just before serving for maximum flavors and minimum hassle. (more…)