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Sandwich is teeming with interesting and fun activities. The Samuel Wentworth Library has compiled the following calendar of events with the help of local organizations and individuals. A short summary of each event or program is listed when available; please contact the sponsoring organization - and not the Library - for more information from the websites below.
 

Organizations:

Advice to the Players: 284-7115; www.advicetotheplayers.org ; contact@advicetotheplayers.org
Association for School & Community: Emma Dassori; emma.dassori@interlakes.org
Chapman Sanctuary and Visney Woods. 284-6428. www.chapmansanctuaryvisnywoods.com 
Club Sandwich 4H: Contact Diane Johnson 284-7168
Elisha Marston House Museum and Gift Shop: 284-6269, www.sandwichhistorical.org  
Parks and Recreation: 284-6473 sandwichnh.org/departments/parks_and_recreation/ ; sandwichrecreation@gmail.com
Samuel H. Wentworth Library: 284-6665, sandwichlibrary@gmail.com
Sandwich Fair Association: 284-7062, www.thesandwichfair.com  2019 Sandwich Fair will be: 10/12, 10/13, 10/14.
Sandwich Home Industries, 284-6831, www.centersandwich.nhcrafts.org

Recurring Events:

ADVICE TO THE PLAYERS: Fourth Tuesday of each month, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, Arts Center at 12 Main Street: Improv!

CONGREGATE MEALS: Wednesdays, 12:00 pm, the Benz Center: Meals for Seniors (age 60 and older). A donation of $2 is suggested; $6 for those under age 60. If you are a senior who would like home delivery, please call Donna at the office to make arrangements. She will set you up in a jiffy. Questions? Please call Donna at 476-5110.

FARMER'S MARKET: Wednesdays 4:00 - 6:00 pm, Community Church of Sandwich Methodist Meetinghouse parking lot; Saturdays (beginning 7/6) 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, Remick Farm in North Sandwich.

FRIENDS & FIBER: Every Tuesday evening, 6:00 - 8:30 pm, Library Community Room: Friends and Fiber GroupAll abilities and ages of fiber enthusiasts (and those wanting to learn or just visit) are welcome to attend. Come with your knitting, crocheting, spinning, felting, rug hooking, embroidery, sewing or other fiber arts-related or hand-held project to work on. There is no charge and the group is casual and welcoming. While there is no formal instruction, if you have a question about your project, there is usually someone in attendance who can provide assistance. Experience is that the group is likely to gather on the off weeks as well as everyone enjoys the company and sharing of ideas. Should you wish more information or if you have questions, please call Diane at 284-7168.The weekend of July 20 and 21, Juli Hird and the group are planning a Fiber Arts Retreat Weekend at Partridge Hill Farm on Range Road in Sandwich.

IN THE ROUND: Sundays 8:45 am -10:00 am, the Benz Center: The topic changes each week as suggested by a member of the assembled group. Topics are as varied as are the opinions and observations voiced. Most of the discussions are exploratory in nature, and are respectful of others in the group. We welcome all interested comers with expertise or questions. 

PICKLEBALL: Mondays 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Adult pickleball program in the Sandwich Central School gym. This program will run every Monday evening from 6 until 8:00pm.  This is a great program for beginners.  We happily welcome more experienced players to join us, and you may be asked to help demonstrate and instruct newer players, fair playing time will be given to everyone.  We will have two courts set up for this program.  We are happy to provide paddles for everyone.  Please wear comfortable athletic clothing, and carry your gym shoes and put them on inside.  We look forward to seeing you this Monday at 6:00pm.  Please contact me with any questions.

STORYTELLING DINNERS: Thursday evenings October 25 - end of May. Dinners begin at 6:30 pm. $25 per person (plus tax and gratuity) and includes salad, entrée, glass of wine, dessert, and coffee. For reservations and more information regarding the program contact Don Brown at the Corner House Inn: 284-6219 or email: info@cornerhouseinn.com. Visit http://www.cornerhouseinn.com/


Library Summer Hours: The Samuel H. Wentworth Library will be closed on Wednesday, 7/3; Thursday, 7/4 and Thursday, 8/8. Please note: Effective 7/3 the Library will be closed Wednesdays until school is back is session.

Sandwich Organizations ISO:
 

CHILDREN'S CENTER: 
Plastic Storage bins with lids, especially 32 quart and 15 quart sizes. 
We are happy to pick them up or you can deliver them to 54 Maple Street. We are also looking for a tunnel made out of plastic or metal that can be used on the playground for kids to crawl through. We could use 2- 55 gallon plastic barrels. We can only use barrels that have former contents that is safe for children. If you have any questions feel free to call 284-7014. Many Thanks, Susan Rozelle

LADIES AID: Items for the annual White Elephant Sale (during OHW): Lightly used (or new!) decorations, kitchen dishes & glasses, small furniture, media, games, etc. [no clothing or shoes, please.] Drop off at Sue Speers’ at 36 Taylor Road (first left past the Transfer Station). Put your donations in the WAY BACK part of the White Barn, just past the house – anytime [please be sure the donations are in a sealed bag or box – we don’t want any pests spoiling the goods before they can be sold!] This is the Ladies Aid’s biggest fund raiser, with the proceeds funding charity donations throughout the year. 

LIBRARY: Gently used (or new!) items to start some clubs for the kids that spend time at the library. If anyone is willing to donate anything listed, it would be greatly appreciated! Chess board(s), a timer, sketchbooks, erasers, charcoal pencils, water colors, acrylic/ tempera paint, small canvases/ canvas board, brushes, air dry/ model magic clay. Please reach out with any questions by stopping by the library or calling 284-6665. Thank you! - Katie Wonders

OLD HOME WEEK: 
Flea Market: Would you like to partake in a flea/craft/bake sale held in the Smith Building at the fairgrounds during Old Home Week? Set up time will be Thursday, August 8 from 4-7:30 pm and the sale on August 9 and 10 from 8:30 to 4. If interested please contact Holly Cook at hcook327@gmail.com or Claire Smith at finnflea@gmail.com or call her at 284-7747
Picnic: For the Selectmen’s Community Picnic during Old Home Week, they are asking attendees to bring just side dishes to share. They're making this change because there are always too few side dishes (and too many desserts and watermelon!).


Sandwich Summer Camps & Lessons: 

Advice To The Players’ Summer Camp: Sign up for camp today! Ages 5 to 7, Ages 8 to 11, and Ages 12 to 15. Camps run July 15-26, Monday-Friday, 9 am -12 pm. Cost is $225 per student (financial aid available). ATTP also offers a more intensive Practicum experience for teens age 13 and up, including four weeks of specialized training and participation in one of our professional productions (on stage or backstage—students’ choice). Cost is $395 per student (financial aid available). Visit www.advicetotheplayers.org for more info or to register. Questions? Call 284-7115 or email contact@advicetotheplayers.org. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for this year’s final camp performance: 7/26 at 10 am in Quimby Park in Sandwich.

4-H Quilt Camps: Week I, July 8-12Week II: July 2- August 2Week III: August 19-23 on the Sandwich Fairgrounds in the Smith & Hodge Buildings. Each session runs from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Camps are free to join but participants must purchase all their own fabric and youths should be available to spend time during the Sandwich Fair working on a raffle quilt to benefit 4-H. These camps are not a place for youth to learn how to sew; basic sewing skills are required, and youths must be able to independently use a sewing machine. Also, note that camp days can be long so youths must be able to sit and focus for long durations. If you are unsure of your child's skill level please call Dotty Burrows at (603) 284-6636. To register please call the Extension office at (603) 447-3834 or e mail  Amanda Royce at amanda.royce@unh.edu. All participants will need to bring a lunch, snack and water.

Swim and Tennis Lessons:
Summer swim and tennis lesson information is available on the Town of Sandwich website, sandwichnh.org. Both programs begin next week, and spots are filling up quickly. Please register soon and contact Sandwich Parks and Recreation with any questions. Thanks. Ole Anderson, Sandwich Parks and Recreation Director 603-284-6473, sandwichrecreation@gmail.com

AUGUST 2019

Thursday, 8/1, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery: 
The Art of Change: Artists Worldwide Respond to the Climate Crisis with Christopher Volpe. 45 minute slide-show lecture showcasing urgent responses to climate change from artists all over the globe. Throughout the month of August, the Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery will host a series of artists’ workshops, panel discussions, and lectures on how artists are responding to the far-reaching implications of planetary warming. All of the shows will take place at the Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery at 69 Maple Street, Sandwich.

Thursday, 8/1- Sunday, 8/11, 5:30 pm, Quimby Park & Sandwich Town Hall Theater: Shakespeare's Measure for Measure!. Presented by Advice to the Players. ATTP, Sandwich’s Own Shakespeare company, is proud to present their Summer Mainstage Production of William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure. There will also be a special free performance at Eagle Square in Concord, August 9th at 5:30 pm. Additional Performances at Quimby Park are August 2nd, 4th, 7th, 10th & 11th at 5:30 pm: at the Sandwich Town Hall Theatre August 3rd at 7:30 pm and August 8th at 2 pm. ATTP’s 20th Anniversary Gala will follow the August 4th Performance— tickets can be purchased individually to both events or you can buy a package. August 10th you can treat yourself to a double feature and bring a picnic to Measure for Measure and then head inside Town Hall to see the Yeoman’s Fund production of Elderville. In the case of rain, all Quimby Park dates will move inside to the Sandwich Town Hall Theater.
Tickets are available online at www.advicetotheplayers.org or by calling 603-284-7115. Adult, Senior and Student tickets are available. Preview performance in Quimby Park at 5:30 pm on August 1st is $10 for all tickets. 

Saturday, 8/3, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Center Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery: Enjoy Carefree Lace Knitting! Register for Introduction to Lace Knitting and join instructor Donna Kay, nationally recognized knitting instructor and designer, for her class at the Center Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery on August 3 from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Sometimes considered the “pinnacle of knitting,” lace knitting is characterized by a pattern of openings in the fabric. In this class, you’ll learn how to knit a simple pattern as you begin the Meadow Flower shawl. Organizing your knitting, working lace stitches, reading patterns and charts, inserting “lifelines,” fixing errors, and blocking will be covered in detail. Appropriate for experienced and beginner students who know how to knit and purl. To register or request more information, please contact sandwichcrafteducation@gmail.com, call 603-284-6831, or visit Sandwich Home Industries, a founding member of the League of NH Craftsmen, at 32 Main Street in the historic village of Center Sandwich. See a complete list of class descriptions at centersandwich.nhcrafts.org.

Saturday, 8/3, 3:00 pm, East Sandwich Meeting House: 62nd Annual Meeting of the Bearcamp Pond Association. The Bearcamp Pond Association is a NH Nonprofit 501(c)3  who mission is Preserving the Natural Beauty of Bearcamp
Pond.  The Association encourages all who enjoy swimming at Bearcamp Pond, and/or who delight in a quiet paddle on its waters, and/or those who relish the challenge of throwing in a line in hopes of catching a fish or two, to join their cause. The
group continues to actively monitor water quality and strive to preserve this very special habitat for the myriad flora and fauna who inhabit it as home. Light refreshments will be served following the meeting. We look forward to meeting
you at the East Sandwich Meeting House on Route 25 in Sandwich (across from Vittum Hill Road). Bearcamp Pond Association: P.O. Box 262, Sandwich, NH  03227. Email: bearcamppondassociation@gmail.com Website: bearcamppond.org

Saturday, 8/3, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm, Moultonborough Hwy Garage: Hazardous Waste Collection Day. Limit: 10 Gallons or 50 Pounds per Household. These help to offset unforeseen expenses caused primarily by disposal costs. Some hazardous products are more expensive than others when it comes to safe disposal. Lots more information: www.lakesrpc.org. If you can't make it on Saturday, the Lakes Region Household Hazardous Product Facility, 404 Beech Pond Road, Wolfeboro 569-5826 is open more times during the year. The next DEA Drug Take-Back Day is on October 26th. Find secure collection boxes at the Moultonborough, Ossipee and Conway Police Departments. Drop off old prescription medications, no questions asked.

Sandwich Residents Only: A one-time reimbursement of $40 is available to residents who take HHW to the permanent Wolfeboro facility. If funds remain in that line item at year end, an additional $40 may be reimbursed to those with more than one voucher.  For more information call the town office at 284-7701.

Saturday, 8/3, 7:00 pm, Mead Base: Last 2019 Concert at Mead! Jonathan Lorentz and guests will perform at Sandwich’s Mead Base The Jonathan Lorentz Quartet is comprised of long-standing jazz cohorts who have performed together for 20 years. Fanfare Magazine's Lynn René Bayley said: "(Saxaphonist) Jonathan Lorentz has really got it: a great style, an explorative mind, and a concept that goes beyond the usual fare you hear from jazz groups." Lorentz performed and recorded with New Orleans’ own Delfeayo Marsalis, Jerry Sabatini’s Sonic Explorers, and jazz vocalist Teri Roiger. The piano chair is held by Tom Robinson, a jazz stalwart who also performs on soprano saxophone.  Robinson tours frequently throughout New England and has been a featured artist at the Catamount Arts Center and Mountaintop Music Center. Bass guru John Hunter holds down bass lines for the Seacoast Big Band and Charlie Jennison group, and has accompanied Dizzy Gillespie, Slide Hampton, Clark Terry, and Jimmy Heath.  Drum set specialist Tim Gilmore is known for performances with Tiger Okoshi, Giacomo Gates, and Tower of Power, and is an active clinician with Harry Skoler’s Adventures with Jazz. Coordinated by Sandwich’s NH Independent School of Music, this concert helps fund ongoing programs at Mead Base.  Tickets cost $15 and may be purchased online at www.nhisom.org.  $5 outdoor tickets available at the door.  Space is limited - the last show's indoor seating sold out.... BYOB.  Mead Base is in the White Mountain National Forest, 517 Diamond Ledge Road, Sandwich.

Sunday, 8/4, 7:00 pm, The Arts Center at 12 Main Street: Sandwich Old Home Week at Advice to the Players! In honor of Sandwich’s Old Home Week, Advice To The Players has a full week of events planned! On Sunday, ATTP celebrates their 20 th Anniversary Season with a Gala on the lawn at the Arts Center at 12 Main Street. There will be a silent auction, lawn games, live performances, local food & drink and a Tappan-musical-Chairs raffle! Tickets are available for the Gala only or you can enjoy the packaged 5:30pm performance of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure beforehand (on stage in Quimby Park and the Sandwich Town Hall Theater, August 2-11). Proceeds will benefit ATTP’s education programs, chiefly the launch of the NH Fall Festival of Shakespeare for high school students. Tickets for the Gala and Measure for Measure are available online at www.advicetotheplayers.org or by calling 603-284-7115. It’s going to be a great week in Sandwich! For information about all of ATTP events, visit www.advicetotheplayers.org. Advice To The Players is a unique company of theater professionals, enthusiastic community members and energetic teens that have been performing Shakespeare and offering workshops in
New Hampshire’s Lakes and Mountains Region since 1999. Based in Sandwich, NH, ATTP has spent the last 20 years bringing award-winning productions of William Shakespeare’s richly passionate plays to life while introducing new generations to live performances.

Tuesday, 8/6, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Hodge Building in the Fairgrounds: Ladies Aid Sale. Come and support the Ladies Aid’s biggest fund raiser, with the proceeds funding charity donations throughout the year. For the White Elephant sale, please donate your lightly used goods - drop them off Sunday after church (August 4) or Monday morning (August 5, 9-11 am)) at the Hodge Building. If you would like to help woman (or man) the table, you are welcome to help. In any case come and buy that special white elephant or other treasure on August 6. You never know what treasures you will find. Please note that new this year there are evening hours in addition to the day-time hours Please call or email Deb Kumpf (603-253-5263; deb.kumpf@granitik.com) if you can help on Monday (setting up starting at 9am), Tuesday (helping with selling or checking people out) and/or Wednesday (trucking stuff to the Transfer Station)

Wednesday, 8/7, 7:30 pm, The Arts Center at 12 Main Street: 2019 Concert Series. ATTP is thrilled to host Natalie Hebden. Just back from a 12,000 mile journey across this country traveling two lane roads, Natalie Hebden will be sharing her observations and new songs from her journey.  Along with these new and other originals, the evening will be filled with many of Natalie’s and audience favorites. She will be joined Steve Hayden on stand-up bass, Cindy Duchin on multiple instruments and appearances by other special friends – known as “Natalie and the Nightcaps”! Admission is Choose-Your-Own-Ticket price and refreshments are available by donation. 

Tuesday, 8/6, 5:00 pm, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery: Conservation and the Climate Crisis. Talk by Roger Larochelle, Executive Director of the Squam Lakes Conservation Society. 

Tuesday, 8/6, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, MuMandi Studio, North Sandwich: MuMandi Glass Class- Lantern Class. Class fee is $65; pre-registering is necessary and payment is due at registration. Refunds will be issued if student cancels two weeks before class. Fee covers only the student; we do not have room for visitors. Classes will not be held if enough students do not register. Must wear closed toe shoes. All drinks must be in a closed container. No food in the studio during class. Please arrive on time. For more details, please go to www.mumandi.com/class-schedule/ . To register, please email mumandiglass@aol.com with a phone number and you will be called back or call (603) 944-0018.This is a time for fun!

Thursday, 8/8, 9:00 am - 11:00 am, Library front lawn: 3..2..1..LIFT OFF at the Library! Visit the library lawn for a morning of space-themed fun! Blast craters into the moon, navigate Saturn's rings, get your photo taken as an astronaut and more! Rain location: Upstairs at the Town Hall. 

Thursday, 8/8, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Town Green: Thursday, August 8th marks the 37th anniversary of Artisans on the Green organized by Sandwich Home Industries.  Each summer SHI honors its mission and their commitment to community crafts education with this event. New Hampshire artists and craftspeople will gather on the historic Sandwich Town Green to give demonstrations, talk about their work, as well as selling quality arts and crafts.  All are invited to come talk with the artists, watch as they create, and get inspired! Artisans will show expertise in every media: fiber, glass, clay, metal, wood, paint, jewelry, printmaking and photography are all represented. The free daylong event occurs in rain or shine. Free parking is plentiful and lunch is available from the Sandwich Woman’s Club with proceeds supporting their annual education scholarship. Live music by singer/songwriter Cindy Duchin and hands-on activities for children round out this festive family-friendly day! For more information, go online at centersandwich.nhcrafts.org, contact artisansonthegreen@gmail.com or call Sandwich Home Industries at 603-284-6831.

Thursday, 8/8, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm and Friday, 8/9, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, Library Grounds and Community Room:  Annual Book Sale Extravaganza. Hosted by the Samuel H. Wentworth Library Trustees: Great selection of books, dvds, and audio books for all ages and interests; door prize drawing every hour; hard cover - $1, paperback - $.50; library book bags and other gift items. Purchase a beautiful library canvas book bag and fill it with books, all for $15, or bring your own recyclable bag and fill it for $5. Put your name in to win a door prize drawing, held hourly starting at 11:00; browse the Library Gifts table; select some much needed craft supplies; purchase a cookie to munch while you wander among the book selections. Friday, 8/9, from 9 – 12, remaining books will be sold by donation. Stay and help pack boxes and get an even better deal! The library’s children’s train table, currently housed in the Community Room, needs a new home! Purchase a raffle ticket to win the table for your child or grandchild: $1 each or 5 tickets for $4. The winning ticket will be drawn at 5:00 on Thursday, August 8 at the Library Book Sale. Tickets may be purchased at the library. You do not need to be present to win. Stay tuned for details of the Library’s Lobster Dinner Sale to be held on 8/17: 1 ¼ # live lobster, fresh corn, and a cupcake. What a great summer dinner! Your support is much appreciated! All proceeds benefit the library. 

Thursday 8/8, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Town Green: Sandwich Woman's Club Luncheon and Raffle. Enjoy homemade sandwiches (cream cheese and olive, cranberry chicken salad, ham and cheese, egg salad, peanut butter and jelly), cookies, lemonade, iced tea, and more! Sit at decorated tables and reminisce with friends old and new. Please don't forget to support the Sandwich Woman's Club Book and Supply Money Fund by buying your Raffle Tickets early! Over 35 great prizes all donated by your local businesses. How about.... 4 tickets to the Sandwich Fair,  (x 2)  a Pedicure from Cutting Garden, many, many $25 gift certificates..Wayside Farm, Corner House Inn, Ctr. Harbor Diner, Buckey's Tavern, Skelley's Market, Sandwich Creamery, DiFillipe's Greenhouse, Moulton Farms, Chick-A-Dee Station, Willow Pond Antiques, Bayswater Books. and more coming in every day! Abbott farms will donate a box of fresh veggies.....Starlight Gems,  handmade items from Ann-Made, Jennifer Allen Botanical Lampshades,  Sue Rowan,  Linda Spears,  Mad Cutter, Piccolo's Pizza, Lively Designs, Amy Brown, Soft Touch Farm, Aubuchon's , Meredith Village Savings Bank, EM Heath and more, more! How about a stay at Jonathan Beede House?  Use for yourself or the extra family!  The fun starts at 10 with the Artisans on the Green, 11ish for lunch with all homemade sandwiches, cookies, and such. Raffle Tickets will be sold all day with the live drawing at 2 pm  sharp! Flower arrangements will be given away at the drawing. Anyone wanting to donate (or purchase tickets) please give Cici Yeager 284-6443, Sandwich Woman's Club Raffle Chair a call. The Sandwich Woman's Club meets 4 times a year for a luncheon or supper and all area ladies and visitors are welcome to join. Each meeting they have a speaker and topic of interest. The Ladies organize the Community Christmas Party for all Sandwich children from birth through grade 4. If you would like information about the Sandwich Woman's Club, please call Amy Brown 393-4910 or Diane Johnson 284-7168.

Saturday, 8/10, 9:00 am - 11:00 am, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery: Art & Action in a Warming World. A Workshop with Juno Lamb. Reflect on and respond to the climate crisis through mixed media image making. 9 to 11 am.

Saturday, 8/10, 7:30 pm, The Arts Center at 12 Main Street: 2019 Summer Studio Series. ATTP is pleased to present the next installment in their Summer Studio Series, a new work entitled Shadowtown by local teen Callie MacIntyre, who will also be directing the piece under the guidance of Richard Posner. Shadowtown takes place in an underground society dominated by the symbolism of light and darkness, believed by the people to be physical representations of holiness and sin. A High Priest
serves as the villagers’ autocratic leader. The common people toil day after day under the threat that a sun god will plunge their world into an eternity of darkness if they do not comply. And a dedicated group works to end the tyranny with the shattering of the elaborate illusion. Admission is by donation. 

Sunday, 8/11, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Craft Building in the Fairgrounds:
 Selectmen’s Community Picnic.  Main entrée, drinks and dessert provided.  Bring a side dish to share. Picnic with friends and neighbors and dance to great music by “Tom and Annie’s Caravan Band”!

Wednesday, 8/14, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, Center Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery: Learn to Spin Yarn. Enter the world of handspun yarn in this engaging, fast-paced class! Join fiber arts enthusiast Cathy Crooker and by the end of the day you will go home with your first skein of handspun yarn and be on your way to years of spinning enjoyment. In this class, you will learn how to set up and manage a wheel; pick the right fiber; prepare, draft, spin and ply to create your own custom yarn! Appropriate for teens and adults (15+) who have never tried spinning and those beginning spinners who already know how to spin a basic singles. A spinning wheel in good working order is required for this class. A limited number of loaner wheels may be available upon request.

Saturday, 8/17, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery: Art as Message. A conversation with Blair Folts, Executive Director
of The Green Mountain Conservation Group, Linda Gray, National Charitable Foundation, Dr. Rick Van de Pol, Wetland Scientist. and Deborah Friedman, Boston based artist on how their art carries a message and reflects upon their profound interest in Climate Crisis.

Saturday, 8/17, 7:30 pm, The Arts Center at 12 Main Street: 
ATTP Studio Series: Thy Will, by Timothy Mooney. More info to come. The 2019 Studio Series consists of five readings offered throughout the summer that are directed and read by ATTP’s exceptional company and then offered to our community by donation. Most of the readings in our 2019 series are Shakespeare adjacent to help us celebrate our 20th Anniversary of producing the Bard’s work in New Hampshire. Saturdays at 7:30 pm, these readings are an opportunity to workshop in-progress work, which means the audience is invited stay after the reading for a Q&A session to share their responses directly with the playwright in most circumstances. For more information about the 2019 series, please visit www.advicetotheplayers.org/the-studio-series.

Thursday, 8/22, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery: Wicked Steep Trails. A powerpoint talk by Cristin Bailey, of the
White Mountain Forest Service. Who takes care of the trails we love and the effects of violent weather on those trails.

Saturday, 8/24, 9:00 am, Village Green Cafe: 
Book Discussion. Hosted by Mary Ann Drapcho: Hello readers!  Our next book for discussion is Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens. This from the New York Times Book Review:  "Owens here surveys the desolate marshlands of the North Carolina coast through the eyes of an abandoned child.  And in her isolation that child makes us open our own eyes to the secret wonders - and dangers - of her private world...Painfully beautiful...At once a murder mystery, a coming-of-age narrative, and a celebration of nature." I'm loving reading this New York Times bestseller, I'm sure you will as well.  All are welcome to join us. 

Saturday, 8/24, 7:30 pm, The Arts Center at 12 Main Street: ATTP Studio Series: A Midsummer Night's Nightmare, by Luke Haskell. More info to come. Visit www.advicetotheplayers.org/the-studio-series

Saturday, 8/31, 9:00 - 11:00 am, Sandwich Children's Center: Sandwich Children's Center 5K. This is a not to miss benefit 5k! Register and just show up or take it to the next level and get sponsors to win prizes. Compete to set your own best record or walk at your own pace. Kids are welcomed and encouraged. We want everyone to enjoy regardless of age or ability! Support our nature based early learning center. Saturday, August 31, 9:00– 11:00 am. Come support SCC at our first annual Fun Run 5k! All ages and abilities are encouraged to participate.

Saturday, 8/31, 7:30 pm, The Arts Center at 12 Main Street: ATTP Studio Series: Noir Hamlet. More info to come. Visit www.advicetotheplayers.org/the-studio-series

SEPTEMBER 2019

Monday, 9/9, 8:30 am, The Corner House: Sandwich Business Group Meeting. Anyone who owns a business in Sandwich and/or is interested in the Sandwich business community is welcome. Please visit www.discoversandwich.com to learn more about what is going on in town.

Tuesday, 9/10 - Tuesday, 10/22 (recurring Tuesdays), 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm, MuMandi Studio, North Sandwich: MuMandi Glass Class- Introduction to Glass Fusing. Class fee is $150; pre-registering is necessary and payment is due at registration. Refunds will be issued if student cancels two weeks before class. Fee covers only the student; we do not have room for visitors. Classes will not be held if enough students do not register. Must wear closed toe shoes. All drinks must be in a closed container. No food in the studio during class. Please arrive on time. For more details, please go to www.mumandi.com/class-schedule/ . To register, please email mumandiglass@aol.com with a phone number and you will be called back or call (603) 944-0018.This is a time for fun!

OCTOBER 2019


NOVEMBER 2019

Tuesday, 11/12, 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm, MuMandi Studio, North Sandwich: Christmas Ornament Class. Class fee is $30; pre-registering is necessary and payment is due at registration. Refunds will be issued if student cancels two weeks before class. Fee covers only the student; we do not have room for visitors. Classes will not be held if enough students do not register. Must wear closed toe shoes. All drinks must be in a closed container. No food in the studio during class. Please arrive on time. For more details, please go to www.mumandi.com/class-schedule/ . To register, please email mumandiglass@aol.com with a phone number and you will be called back or call (603) 944-0018.This is a time for fun!


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