Sandwich's 250th birthday celebration continues


July 25. 2013 9:42PM






SANDWICH — The town’s 250th birthday celebrations continue through Sunday at the Sandwich Fairgrounds as the New Hampshire Intertribal Native American Council and the Town of Sandwich present a five-day 250th Anniversary Pow-Wow through Sunday, July 28.

Admission is free.

Today, award-winning flute player Joseph Firecrow will perform. Suggested donation is $12 per person/$8 for seniors.

All day on Saturday and Sunday there will be dancing, drumming, flute music, auctions, craft vendors and demonstrations. The gates open at 9 a.m.

Visit www.sandwichnh.org for the latest information.

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