Welcome!   The Chatham-Harwich Newcomers Club offers a place where people can connect and socialize while participating in a variety of activities locally and throughout Cape Cod.   New to the area or not, as a member you can choose from one or many of the diverse selection of programs that include recreational, educational, social, cultural, fitness-oriented, fun, dinners, groups, events, and more that Cape Cod has to offer.  Join today!


Laurie Phillips, Anything but Bridge Group Leader, will be playing Bingo for the first Covid-19 game night day.  It will be held at the Community Center general purpose room on Thursday, October 1st from 2-4pm.  She plans to talk to the group about future formats for upcoming months.  

Howl at the Moon Bike Ride will take place Thursday, October 1st at 5pm.  It is an easy 14 mile ride on the bike path along the Cape Cod Canal.  Dinner afterward at the British Beer Company in Hyannis.

Charley Walkley reported that 17 bikers met in Orleans and rode to Wellfleet enjoying the perfect weather on 9/17.  Small groups spaced apart by a minute worked out to be a successful ride. The next ride 14-mile will meet Monday, September 29th at Brooks Park and proceed to Chatham Fish Pier and back. 

Women’s Cooking is off to a good start for a NEW activity during these times.  The group leader, Sharon Haas, hosted the first meeting at her house around the fire pit which was a huge success.  So far, 27 people signed up for the group.

Individual Members Group, led by Susan Carpenter and Anne Dickson, ran a Chatham Walking Scavenger hunt on Thursday, September 24th.  Oh what fun they had.

(Virtual hug)

Men’s Book Club led by Harold Gabriel met remotely using GoToMeeting.  Different but successful.

Men’s Golf had another good turnout of 12 golfers on Tuesday.  It was windy but a comfortable temperature.  Because there were temporary greens, we did not keep score, reported Joe Zahka.

Men's Cooking has 3 active groups meeting either outdoors or remotely online.  Charlie Moeder is being resourceful and safely distancing with the groups.  Bon Appetite!!!

Ping Pong on hold pending larger room assignment.

Winter Hiking is gearing up to start.

Cornhole Monday was well attended with 18 people at the Community Center general purpose room.  Good times all around.

Women’s Golf had 31 women golfing under perfect conditions with cool temps and sunny skies last week.  The group plays (weather permitting) at the Chatham Seaside Links golf course on Wednesday mornings through October.  

Woodworking just finished making benches and is planning their next project.

The Club Officers


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The mission of Chatham Harwich Newcomers Club is to create a welcoming environment which fosters an opportunity to connect with other members for fun and enrichment. 

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