Several new shops have opened their doors in the Mashpee Commons neighborhood. Among the list of new shops, six are local Cape-owned businesses, including:
Day Off: A lifestyle store locally owned by a Cape-based mother/daughter team;
Smith Family Popcorn: Family-owned local business offering handmade gourmet popcorn;
Wampanoag Trading Post & Gallery: A collection of crafts, art and jewelry of local Wampanoag artisans along with a gallery of enriching educational pieces;
Cape Camo: One of a kind camouflage;
Uniek Living (pop up): A shop focused on sharing Dutch design through a unique collection of modern home and lifestyle products;
Mr. Sir (pop up): Men’s clothing;
Cell Fone Fixer;
lululemon pop up.
Coming soon: Cape Cod Nail Company, a nail salon company offering vegan-friendly and USA made nail polish.
Mashpee Commons has also added some new and socially distant community events:
Drive-In Summer Movie Nights will be taking place every Thursday night through Sept. 10. Movie nights are free, family-friendly and have reserved socially distant spaces. The movies begin at dusk and take place in the front parking lot off of 28 (across from Talbot Woman). The first 150 guests will receive a free bag of popcorn from Smith Family Popcorn. Reservations open up within one week of each movie date and can be made at www.mashpeecommons.eventbrite.com.
Sidewalk Saturdays (Aug. 15, 22, 29; Sept. 5 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.) will feature extra space and weekly social media giveaways to celebrate summer. Every Saturday through Labor Day, portions of North Street and Steeple Street will be closed to vehicles to allow for walking space. Mashpee Commons businesses are encouraged to set up outdoor displays while maintaining the same health and safety protocols as their indoor spaces.