Advice to the Players: 284-7115; email@example.com
Association for School & Community: Emma Dassori; firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapman Sanctuary and Visney Woods. 284-6428. www.chapmansanctuaryvisnywoods.com
Elisha Marston House Museum and Gift Shop: 284-6269, www.sandwichhistorical.org
Parks and Recreation: page on the town website: sandwichnh.org; Ole Anderson, Sandwich Parks and Recreation Director(603) 284-6473 email@example.com
Samuel H. Wentworth Library: 284-6665 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandwich Business Group: www.discoversandwich.com
Sandwich Home Industries, 284-6831, www.centersandwich.nhcrafts.org
ADVICE TO THE PLAYERS: Fourth Tuesday of each month, 6-8 PM, Arts Center at 12 Main Street: Improv!
CONGREGATE MEALS: Every Wednesday at 12:00 PM at 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.
FRIENDS & FIBER: Every Wednesday, 7-9 PM, Library Community Room: All fiber enthusiasts welcome.
For more information call Diane: 284-7168
IN THE ROUND: Every Sunday from 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.
SANDWICH FARMER'S MARKET: Wednesdays 4:00-6:00 pm in the parking lot of the Baptist Meetinghouse on Church Street. on Church Street. Elevens Kinetic Eatery is at the Wednesday market from 11-6 serving delicious and nutritious food. Lots of framers now have corn, tomatoes, fresh flowers and so much more.
Wednesday, 9/19- Saturday, 9/22, all day, The Sandwich Historical Society: Sandwich on Stage: "A Revue of Theater Through the Years" as exhibited by Lauren Hansen. A very special edition to this year's exhibit is the SHS collection of videos of The Sandwich Players' and Advice To The Players' past productions as well as those recent video donations received from the community. THIS WEEK: Something's Afoot circa 1993. Visit www.sandwichhistorical.org for more information.
Friday,9/21 & Saturday, 9/22, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, Phil Parsons Jr. Estate. Estate Sale. (The large White House & barn at the top of the hill coming out of Ctr. Sandwich on 113). The Family of Phil Parsons Jr. has contracted with 603 Estate Sales to hold this amazing estate sale! If you were fortunate enough to know Phil and Ginger, you know that they were folks with many interests and talents. Expect lots of folks from all over to be checking out their barn full of gems, house full of treasures, and very organized woodshop.
Saturday, 9/22, 6:30 pm (doors), Wayside Farms: Kyle Carey Concert. Please join Kyle and the Samuel H. Wentworth Library Trustees for a concer to benefit the library on Saturday, September 22 at Wayside Farm, 506 Whiteface Road, North Sandwich.
Many of you know Kyle, having been raised first in the Alaskan Bush, then right here in Sandwich, NH. She journeyed from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, learning the Gaelic language, to the Isle of Skye where she became proficient in Gaelic and met and was tutored by Christine Primrose, one of Scotland’s most revered traditional singers. Kyle’s music combines American and Celtic folk traditions to make her own unique brand of ‘Gaelic Americana’ music. Her three albums are Monongah, North Star, and The Art of Forgetting. So please join us to listen to heavenly music and enjoy some good food and each other while benefiting a good cause.
Doors open at 6:30 for complimentary beverage and sweet and savory hors d’oeuvres; the concert will start at 7:30.
Tickets are $30. Seating is limited; please call or email the library to reserve your seat: 284-6665 and email@example.com
Wednesday, 9/26- Saturday, 9/29, all day, The Sandwich Historical Society: Sandwich on Stage: "A Revue of Theater Through the Years" as exhibited by Lauren Hansen. A very special edition to this year's exhibit is the SHS collection of videos of The Sandwich Players' and Advice To The Players' past productions as well as those recent video donations received from the community. THIS WEEK: She Loves Me circa 1986. Visit www.sandwichhistorical.org for more information.
WINTER IS APPROACHING...The Inter-Lakes Elementary School Health Office is looking for donations of clean, lightly used, or new Snow pants, winter coats, boots, gloves/ mittens, and hats. To donate or drop off clothing, please contact ILES Health Office, Theresa McCormack, RN, 279-7968
Monday, 10/1 8:30 am, The Corner House: Sandwich Business Group Meeting. The next regular meeting of SBG. Anyone interested in Sandwich's business community is welcome to attend. Log on to www.discoversandwich.com to view businesses, attractions, and services in Sandwich. An events calendar and photos are also on the site.
Saturday,10/6, Sunday, 10/7 and Monday 10/8, Fair Grounds: The Sandwich Fair. We are looking forward to you joining us for the 108th Sandwich Fair!! Midway sneak preview Friday night. This is a 3 ½ day event with something for everyone. We also have a few new events we are featuring including: Pony rides, welcoming back The Sugar Hill Snubbers Lawn Tractor Pull, and a new ride! For more, visit www.thesandwichfair.com or pick up a brochure at the Fair Office (next to the Fire Station), Library, or Town Hall. See you at the Fair!
Friday, 10/19, 10:00 am- 5:00 pm, Interlakes Elementary School Kiosk Area (Meredith): The Winter Clothing Boutique. Last year over 100 coats were recycled and put to good use to keep our kiddos and young adults warm through the winter! Any remaining items will be donated to the Meredith Hearts and Hands Thrift Shop, a non-profit organization located at 8 Maple St #4 Meredith.
Saturday, 12/1 & Sunday 12/2: Christmas in the Village. Sponsored by the many craftspeople in our area.
More info to come!