Published DateSANDWICH — This summer season Sandwich Parks and Recreation will be offering all of the traditional summer programs that residents and guests have grown to love over the years.
Swimming lessons at the picturesque town beach on Squam Lake, tennis lessons for young and old, adult softball and soccer, horseshoe pits and this year's Old Home Week as part of Sandwich's year long sesquicentennial celebration.
Ryan Chappuis returns as lead tennis instructor prior to his senior year at Middlebury College with the first session beginning July 8 running
from Monday to Thursday for two weeks with the second session July 22-August 8. All youth ages will be instructed in fundamental
techniques as well as match play and strategy. Lessons are also held for adults on Friday mornings 9-10:30 a.m. with opportunities to play mixed
doubles on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. and Men's doubles on Fridays at 4 p.m.
Swimming lessons will begin at the beach on Monday July 8 with WSI certified head life guard Morgan Markley and all the returning lifeguards;
Allison Slaney, Sander Danielovich, and Jake Johnson. Call Sandwich Parks and Recreation for details.
New this year will be joint activities with Camp Hale where local youth will play both soccer and softball at Camp Hale and on Quimby field while
the big showdown, as it is every summer, will be on Field Day of Old Home Week. Field Day will be held on the Friday before Old home Week August 9.