Ongoing Harwich Festival Provides Smooth Transition to Fall Tourism Season

HARWICH – As the Fall for Harwich Festival continues on into the fall tourism season, scores of tourists and year-round Cape residents are turning out for the annual festivities in the town.

“It’s a way to just keep the season going,” said Harwich Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Cyndi Williams. “As we know, the Cape is more seasonal than it seems, but each of us always tries to come up with another way to stretch the season out and share all that we over on the Cape.”

The Harwich Chamber of Commerce organizes the festival, which is scheduled to fit in as the transition from the summer tourism season to the fall tourism season. The two-month long event keeps local markets and businesses open while adding extra revenue to the local economy as tourists continue to visit the Cape and Islands before winter hits.

This past weekend weekend featured the Harwich Cranberry Arts & Music Festival, two days of arts, crafts, live music and food. A fireworks display took place Saturday night.

“Last year the chamber was fortunate enough to bring back the fireworks with an amazing sponsor, RPM Carpets. This year, we had the fortunate partnership with both Stonework Products and Zudy as being our presenting sponsors this year,” said Williams.

Sponsors for this year’s Fall for Harwich are Stonewood Products and Zudy.

By TIM DUNN, News Center 


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