TriBrand Prosperity 2020 Complete - Page 23

Tyra Pacheco, SouthCoast Images Photography
Chatham Lighthouse
Squanto, the Native
American known for
being a guide and
interpreter for the
Pilgrims, died and was
buried in Chatham,
although his precise
resting place in the
village continues to be
a matter of debate.
Eastward Ho! Country Club
Main Street, Chatham
The lively and walkable town center is dotted with eclectic shops,
galleries, restaurants and inns. Historic Chatham Orpheum Theater
has a café, and movie-goers can bring their snacks into the theater.
Recreational and cultural enrichment programs abound at the stately
Eldredge Public Library, replete with nooks and crannies in which to
hide away with a book. At Chatham’s Creative Arts Center, budding
(and established) artists will find year-round classes and workshops
by nationally recognized artists.
You don’t need to look any further than Chatham’s Veterans Field
for America’ s favorite pastime. The Chatham Anglers, a collegiate
summer baseball team, plays in the Cape Cod Baseball League’s East
Division. The Anglers, together with other teams in the Cape league,
has sent dozens of college athletes to the pros. The games run from
mid-June through mid-August.
Chatham’s year-round population is roughly 6,500. Its Monomoy
Regional School District participates in school choice across all
grades, which permits students to attend charter or technical schools
in nearby Harwich. Given Chatham’s many amenities, it seems tailormade for families.


Powered by

Full screen Click to read
Paperturn flip book
Download as PDF
Shopping cart
Full screen
Exit full screen