Bryden and Sullivan is actively involved with many Community Events and Organizations. 

16th Annual 5K Run/Walk for the Arts

Join the fun! The Cape Cod Cultural Center hosts its 16th annual Run/Walk for the Arts.

Run Walk for the Arts runners

What Professionally timed 5K run through scenic Bass River, a non-competitive 5K walk,
and a Kids’ Fun Run for kids under 10.
Where Race starts at the Cultural Center, 307 Old Main St., S. Yarmouth, MA.

Date June 16, 2018

Entry Fee

Registration by mail is $18.
The first 100 pre-registered participants will receive a commemorative Run/Walk for the Arts t-shirt.
Registration the day of the event is $25. Teams registering pay $17 per person.
Raise $50 or more in pledges and your registration is free.
Raise the most funds and win a special prize.

Prizes Prizes for top male and female runners in each age division. Kids who participate in the fun run will be awarded medals. Award for highest funds raised.
T-Shirts The first 100 runners and walkers who pre-register will receive a t-shirt.

The whole family can be a part of this event in the scenic Bass River village of S. Yarmouth. Choose between the 5K Competitive Run, 5K Non-Competitive Walk, or Kids’ Fun Run for children 10 and under.

Walkers begin at 9 a.m., runners begin at 9:30 a.m., and the Fun Run begins after the runners and walkers have returned. This run / walk has unbeatable scenery and a flat, manageable course that begins and ends at the Cultural Center, 307 Old Main Street.

We hope you’ll join us!

If you have questions, contact Joanna Watson at 508-685-6561 or .

Meals on Wheels Barnstable


Meals on Wheels brings meals to people aged 60 and older who are homebound and unable to prepare their own meals. The menu is varied and the meals are nutritionally balanced, prepared without added salt, and consist of a dinner, dessert (diabetic desserts can be ordered in advance), milk, bread and margarine. Meals are delivered between 9 AM and Noon, Monday through Friday, except holidays. If you’re isolated and homebound, you can arrange for extra meals that you can use over the weekend.

We ask for a small donation of $3.00 per meal to help us pay for the program, but we never deny anyone a meal if they are unable to make a donation.

It’s easy to start delivery of Meals on Wheels. Simply call Information & Referral at 508-394-4630 or 1-800-244-4630.

Senior Dining

Throughout the area, you will find places to enjoy a healthy, affordable meal usually located within a local senior center or housing facility. These Senior Dining Centers provide an opportunity for you to get together with your friends... meet new people... have a reason to get up and out... enjoy a hot, nutritious meal ... and maybe play a game of cards.

Transportation to some sites can be arranged. Please call your nearest site for details. During bad weather, call 508-394-4630 or 1-800-244-4630 for site closing information.

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New group brings Cape career women together

About the group
Cape Cod Women's Association

Information: or

Next meeting:
5:30 to 8 p.m. May 9
at DoubleTree by Hilton,
287 Iyannough Road, Hyannis.

Social media strategist Jen Vondenbrink will discuss "Telling Your Story, Online and Offline." The member spotlight will feature Paula Hersey from Cape Cod Media Center.

The dinner meeting is $28 for members and $35 for nonmembers.
Reservations may be made online at

Membership grows as association springs up from similar group that disbanded.

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Cape Cod businesswomen or women in a career transition have a new place to make professional connections, get education and share tips of their trade.

Board members of the new Cape Cod Women's Association include, from left, president Jane Bourette, vice president Denise Dever and treasurer Midge Rose. Secretary Shayna Mahoney was not present. The group hopes to meet the needs of local businesswomen or women in a career transition. [Merrily Cassidy/Cape Cod Times]

The nonprofit Cape Cod Women’s Association formed after the local chapter of the American Business Women’s Association voted to disband in February following several years of declining membership and rising dues, said Jane Bourette, board president of the new group.

“We were sad to see what’s happening,” she said of the business association’s dissolution. “We wanted to figure out what we can do to meet the needs of our members that aren’t being met by other organizations on the Cape.”

That answer was the Cape Cod Women’s Association, which holds dinner meetings the second Tuesday of the month that feature networking opportunities, a 10-minute member spotlight and a guest speaker. In just a few months, the association is nearly 70 members strong and is bringing in women from a range of career trajectories, Bourette said.

“Many women are in transition” either because of a relocation, a new job or career or after having retired, Bourette said. “A lot of the women are looking for direction at the next stage of their lives. It’s a diverse group of members.”

Read more: New group brings Cape career women together

Pan Mass Challenge

The Pan Mass Challenge is August 5 & 6 this year.  Make a donation to a rider for a minimum of $25.00 to qualify for a credit on your Automobile Insurance. Call Bryden & Sullivan now.

Each year the Pan-Mass Challenge brings together thousands of impassioned cyclists, committed volunteers, generous donors and dedicated corporate sponsors. Together, we strive to provide Dana-Farber's doctors and researchers the necessary resources to discover cures for all types of cancer.

Insurance ... simple and done!