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Cape Cod Chat House Gallery is an art and coffee house in an eco-renovated circa-1853 building located at 593 Route 6A in historic Dennis Village. We feature contemporary art, along with vegetarian food and artisan gifts, jewelry, and accessories.

Cape Cod Chat House Gallery is a community gathering place to enjoy art, food, coffee, tea, shopping, ideas, inspiration, and conversation. Free WiFi. Ample parking. Awesome patio. With chipmunks.

Hang out at our house:
593 Route 6A in Dennis Village 508.694.7187
Wednesday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday 12 – 4 pm thru Labor Day weekend
(Closed Sunday August 9 for art installation)
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Demonstration and Workshop

SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2 – 4 pm



The wonders of watercolor are its fluidity and transparency. The magic of blending color and water on wet paper is exciting to see. If you’ve always wanted to “paint loose,” come to this demonstration and workshop by Dick McGarr and try it yourself! ($5 materials fee per person per session, cash or check only)
(Left: Forest Light by Dick McGarr)


packersandwater1.jpegInfluences: New Paintings
by Suzanne M. Packer

Ends Saturday, August 8, at 5 pm!

Many influences come into play as visual experience becomes art. How does the artist stay open to myriad influences? Suzanne M. Packer's pastels and oil paintings reveal the colors and shapes found in Cape Cod's skies and weather; in its rivers, marshes, ponds, and ocean waters; and in the endless variations of light on sand, rocks, and trees.
(Sand & Water I by Suzanne M. Packer)


Animal Spirits: Paintings by Jaime Elkins

Friday, August 14, 5–7 pm

Daisy.jpgThe moods and personalities of pigs, sheep, donkeys, goats, llamas, otters, elephants, bats, and even dinosaurs come alive in this solo exhibit of paintings by Jaime Elkins. Peaceful, cranky, mischievous, curious, or indifferent, the subjects of these portraits have a lot to say. 
(Daisy by Jaime Elkins)

Our Environmental Commitment

From our wave-patterned, recycled granite walkway and our bamboo floors to our natural quartz and walnut-shell countertops, Cape Cod Chat House is committed to the environment and to high-quality foods and beverages made of healthy, natural ingredients. Our disposables (bowls, plates, paper cups, utensils, napkins, paper towels) are recycled/eco-friendly/biodegradable whenever possible. Our coffee is provided by Beanstock Coffee Roasters, featuring many organic and fair-trade coffees. Our dairy products are free of growth hormones and antibiotic residues. Our entire property is smoke-free, indoors and out, and we use no chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

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