Category Archives: Sandwich

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Mill Creek Park

Sandwich Okays Plan To Turn ‘Restroom Park’ Into Something More Memorable By TAO WOOLFE A gift of flowers, benches and greenery popped up among the political brambles when a volunteer group offered to beautify a scruffy grove across from Sandwich Town Hall. The news that volunteers wanted to spruce up the unadorned clearing, which is […]

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What A Year It Was!

A recap of the Sandwich 375th Anniversary Celebration –by Don Bayley   Teams with themes such as the Dewey Decimators, Downton Abbey and Sweet Tarts started it off with a bang.  It was the Spring of 2013 and “Team Trivia Night” was one of several successful “FUNdraisers” in which the Sandwich community got together to […]

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Gift Shop – Thank You!

The On-line Gift Shop is now Closed. THANK YOU! Cape Cod Textile, the Official Apparel Supplier of Sandwich 375 “Sandwich Village” Poster by Kathryn Kleekamp “Sandwich 375 Years: Photos, Facts & Fables of Cape Cod’s Oldest Town” (Books are 8 1/2 x 11, apx. 175 pages, 25 in full color.) $23.53 each + sales tax($1.47)= […]

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Time Capsules

Engrave Your Name or Business! (Scroll down to see engraving order info.) The Sandwich 375 Committee is very pleased to announce the donation of five thick 17” diameter glass spheres by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and Michael Magyar of the Glass Studio of Cape Cod to be used for our 375 Time Capsules. Each time […]

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Sandwich 375th Anniversary Yearbook

Welcome to the Sandwich 375th Anniversary Yearbook.     Click the links below to view photos, videos and thank-yous for our past events: BASH 1600s BASH 1700s BASH 1800s BASH 1900s DAFFODIL FESTIVAL GOLF TOURNAMENT GRAND PARADE HERITAGE DAY HISTORIC HOME TOUR MARCH FOR THE ARTS OUR TOWN PAINTSCAPING SEAFEST TALK OF THE TOWN TEAMWORK […]

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Our Town

OUR TOWN–The simple story of a love affair is constantly rediscovered because it asks timeless questions about the meaning of love, life and death. In the final moments of the play, the recently deceased Emily is granted the opportunity to revisit one day in her life, only to discover that she never fully appreciated all […]

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Paintscaping!

CapeCod-PaintScaping-Release-072414 WHEN PAST AND FUTURE COLLIDE IN CAPE COD 3D Mapping world leader to create incredible light show for Sandwich’s 375th anniversary Los Angeles (July 24, 2014) — Paintscaping, a world leader in 3D projection mapping, will be projecting a spectacular light show on the façade of First Church, in Sandwich, MA, as part of […]

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Heritage Day Article

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Daffodil Festival

 (April 26, 2014) To all the volunteers, to our sponsors, to the artists, entertainers, food vendors and to all who came out on a cold, rainy day: THANK YOU! Everyone helped make the DAFFODIL FESTIVAL a great success. Read Thank-You Letter from 375 Committee Chair, Cindy Russell The 2104 DAFFODIL FESTIVAL was sponsored in part […]

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Dodge Macknight

Dodge Macknight (1860-1950) was regarded by many of his contemporaries as America’s first modernist. His connection to Sandwich starts with John H. Foster (1853 – 1935). In Sandwich: A Cape Cod Town, historian Russell Lovell writes about Foster: “Born in the ‘Skiff House’ in Spring Hill, this adventurer went to Amsterdam with a diamond buyer, […]

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1800s BASH

Saturday, July 19, 2014 It’s the 1800s: The Boston & Sandwich Glass Factory is in its prime, The North and South are locked in a brutal Civil War, the game of “Base Ball” is in its infancy. **SCROLL DOWN for MAPS AND TRAFFIC DETOUR INFO** Read Article in Cape Cod Times 8:30AM at the Wing […]

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CLAMBAKE!

(DEADLINE TO ORDER TICKETS WAS TUESDAY, JULY 22st.)

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