Our meetings are held in the Hirschmann Theater at the Sandwich Glass Museum, 129 Main Street, Sandwich, Massachusetts. Our annual luncheon will be held at the Yarmouth Port Inn. All of our meetings are open and free to the public.
May 3 - "Evolution of a Collection, a Search for Color and Form", Edmund Beard, member. Ed shared his experience in collecting and what motivates his search.
Held at the Sandwich Public Library.
June 7 - Annual Spring Luncheon, Julian Rogers, a member of the Mt. Washington Glass Club gave a presentation with "hands-on" examples in his presentation of "Mt. Washington Glass Company - Influence and Innovation".
September 18 and 19 - Annual Show and Sale held at Cape Cod Community College. 24 East Coast exhibitors participated.
October 4 - Annalise Nelson, member, presented a talk and display of glass pumpkins at the Sandwich Library.
November 1 - Jim Bowen, local glass artist, gave a gallery tour of his mosaic art, Highfield Hall, Falmouth, MA. Lunch for members and guests followed.
December 7 - Jeffrey S. Evans, Mt. Crawford, VA. "Canary Glass: The History and Evolution of a Color", Sandwich Glass Museum.
March 7 - "Winter Finds: What and Why?" Maria Martell, moderator - group participation.
April 4 - Dorothy Hogan-Schofield, Curator, Sandwich Glass Museum, presentation on glass-making techniques of the Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. (1824 - 1888).
May 2 - Gay Lecleire Taylor, President of NAGC, former Curator of Wheaton Glass Museum. Millville, NJ, will trace the influence of mid-1800 Venetian and French paperweight artists to makers in the US.
June 5 - "New and Rare Glass Discoveries in Philadelphia", Mary Cheek Mills, Historic Glass Specialist, Cultural Resources, Philadelphia, PA
Save the Dates! September 16th - 17th - 30th Annual Cape Cod Glass Show and Sale, sponsored by CCGC, held at the Cape Cod Community College (Gymnasium), West Barnstable, MA. Nationally known exhibitors display and sell a diverse array of antique and collectible glass. Inquiries from new exhibitors are welcome!