BARS Blessing of the Rakes 2019

BARS Blessing of the Rakes 2019

The Sixteenth Annual BARS Blessing of the Rakes took place June 8th, 2019. Thank you to Reverend John J. Perry, Pastor of Our Lady of Victory Parish in Centerville, for blessing our rakes with help from BARS member, Steve Hoxie.

Learn to Shellfish Classes 2022

Learn to Shellfish Classes

Barnstable’s Natural Resources Program will offer two FREE shellfishing classes open to all ages this summer.

BARS September 2018 Meeting

Barnstable Harbor Benthic Habitat Mapping Project

BARS is very pleased to have Avery Revere, President, Friends of Barnstable Harbor (FOBH) give us a brief overview of the work that FOBH is engaged in. Part of that work is the Benthic Habitat Mapping Project (BHMP)… Read More

Marstons Mills Village Day 2018

BARS at Marstons Mills Village Day

BARS will be at Marstons Mills Village Day, September 9th at noon with our famous chowder and BARS apparel. The annual celebration, which is free and open to the public, is hosted by the Marstons Mills Village Association, a… Read More

2018 Quahog Festival

Quahog Festival 2018 logo

The Rotary Club of Hyannis is presenting its first Quahog Festival on Sunday August 26th from noon to 6:00 pm on the Hyannis Village Green. BARS will have a booth there selling its famous chowder, and grilled cherry… Read More

BARS August 2018 Meeting

Marstons Mills River

Our featured speaker for the August, 2018 BARS meeting will be Zenas “Zee” Crocker, Executive Director of the Barnstable Clean Water Coalition (previously Three Bays Preservation). “Barnstable Clean Water Coalition (BCWC) works to restore and preserve clean water… Read More

BARS 15th Annual Blessing of the Rakes

15th Annual BARS Blessing of the Rakes

You are invited to BARS 15th Annual Blessing of the Rakes at the Bridge Street Landing in Osterville. Bring your shellfish rakes, and have them blessed by Father Perry from Our Lady of Victory Parish in Centerville for a… Read More

Backfill Your Holes and They Will Come

If you backfill, they will come.

Shellfish Harvesters — Please Fill in Your Holes! Recreational shellfish harvesters sometimes wonder why the Town of Barnstable Department of Natural Resources requires them to fill in holes dug while harvesting clams. Here are the reasons: Filling in… Read More

BARS August 2017 Meeting

Mellisa Sanderson COO Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Association

Clamming Classes for All!

Barnstable Shellfishing Classes for All

Barnstable’s Natural Resources Program will offer three FREE shellfishing classes for adults and children this summer for the first time. Wednesday, July 26, 2017 @ 8:00am at Bridge St. Landing, Osterville Sunday, August 13, 2017 @ 10:00am at Bridge… Read More