First ever Sesuit Spring Spree Saturday April 30th in Dennis

Sesuit Harbor House joins forces with WE CAN

Sesuit Harbor House is joining forces with WE CAN, a local non-profit, to kick off the 2011 season with the first ever Sesuit Spring Spree, to be held at the Sesuit Harbor House, 1421 Route 6A in East Dennis, Saturday, April 30th from 12-4.  This event will not only offer a fabulous array of activities but will, more importantly, allow WE CAN to spread awareness of their mission of empowering women to achieve lasting positive change.

The Sesuit Spring Spree will offer the community & visitors alike a fun-filled feel good afternoon.  Among the many activities are shopping the handmade crafts of local women artisans where 20% of all sales will benefit WE CAN or entering the many exciting raffles that will yield WE CAN 100% of the sales. Head on back to the kitchen and attend one of Chef Jim Marchand’s cooking demonstrations (sign up early – class size limited!).  Other activities include touring The Sesuit’s new rooms in the renovated main house built in 1735,  take advantage of the free chair massages or visiting with the WE CAN representative to learn more about their great work.  Just enjoying the grounds with a cup of coffee or tea while enjoying a few tasty goodies is always an option as well.  Visit The Sesuit's website www.sesuitharborhouse.com or call 508-385-3326 for additional information.

The Sesuit Harbor House is set on the historic Old King’s Highway, Route 6A, in the Mid-Cape village of East Dennis.  It features a variety of accommodations, continental breakfast, swimming pool and classic Cape Cod charm. For 10 years, WE CAN has empowered Cape Cod women of all ages to successfully navigate challenging life transitions including divorce, career change, job loss, illness, retirement, isolation and personal loss.

Courtesy of the Sesuit Harbor House.

 

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