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Sandwich 250th Time Capsule Ceremony Set for December 28

SANDWICH — The Grand Finale of the year-long Sandwich 250th Anniversary Celebration is scheduled for Saturday, December 28, at the Sandwich Central School on the Squam Lake Road.
Town Moderator Lee Quimby, will be the Master of Ceremonies, which will start at 3 p.m. and will conclude at dusk with a festive fireworks display, bonfire on the Sandwich Fairgrounds, and church bells.
In between, the highlights will be a multi-media presentation of the last century of life in Sandwich with voices, slides and movies from the past 100 years as compiled by Adam Nudd-Homeyer,
Director of the Sandwich Historical Society (SHS) and the SHS Staff; the contents of the "new" time capsule, which will be opened in 2063 at the Town's 300th Anniversary, will be on display;
A special guest for the 300th anniversary will be revealed; refreshments from local bakers will be served; and jazz pianist Jim Butka will entertain.

 
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