Daffodil Festival

 TITLE_DaffodilFest(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:


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 by:

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(Credit: Don Bayley) (we will be adding more photos as they come in)

Courtesy of Dave Doolittle, CapeCodPhotoAlbum.com

To prepare the town for the Daffodil Festival, this past fall the Sandwich Garden Club and Kiwanis planted thousands of daffodil bulbs. This made a spectacular addition to the thousands of daffodils already planted over the years around the village and roads leading to the Festival at Oakcrest Cove Field on Quaker Meetinghouse Road! (Photo Courtesy of Dave Doolittle, CapeCodPhotoAlbum.com)

Daffodils200The 2014 Sandwich Daffodil Festival was held on Saturday, April 26th at Oakcrest Cove Field.  It featured separate tents for food, music, gardening, local artists sale and a Kids Zone.




Daffodils in Sandwich, photo courtesy of Alison Carvounis

ronan_thumbThe celebration of Spring Daffodil Days continued on Sunday, April 27 when Irish Tenor RONAN TYNAN performed at the Sandwich High School Auditorium! (READ MORE…)



Daffodil Art Exhibit:

Collections Gallery in Sandwich sponsored an exhibit of daffodil art from April 12th through 26th. All Sandwich artists and craftsmen were invited to participate in this open juried event.

In the Fall of 2013 volunteers planted more than 4,000 new bulbs around town.  Here is a group working along Rt. 6A near Ice Cream Sandwich. daffodils3


The Sandwich Daffodil Festival was a Featured Event on:



Daffodil Festival takes place April 26 in Sandwich

Sandwich 375 Committee announces that, as part of the yearlong Sandwich 375th celebration, the Daffodil Festival will take place April 26 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Oakcrest Cove Field on Quaker Meetinghouse Road.

The event is free to the public.



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