This Week In Sandwich – August 28 ~ September 3
Tis the season to eat fresh tomatoes. They are ripe and getting riper. And don't forget local sweet corn! Tis the season to enjoy nature's bounty—not just the delicious fresh produce so readily available at the Sandwich Farmers' Market and local farm stands, but the bounty of sunshine and warmth which we need to pack into our bones before another winter rolls around.
And if your belly craves more than vegetables, stop by the Community Church parking lot on Wednesdays beginning at 11 am and continuing through the Farmers' Market, for a delicious meal prepared with local ingredients from the new Elevens Mobile Eatery.
As Labor Day approaches, many of us are thinking about work and school, but there is still time to enjoy the creative produce that is so ample in our town. On Saturday the 29th, while procuring your supply of tomatoes, you can meet Sandwich authors at the Farmers' Market. Advice To The Players offers a poetry reading and the reading of an original play. You can catch live music at the Corner House Pub and at Mead Base.
September 3rd is the opening night of Contra Dance, a play written by Sandwich's own polymath, Caroline Nesbitt. See Contra Dance at The Barnstormers Theatre in Tamworth September 3 ~ 6.
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