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.
April 4 - Dorothy Hogan-Schofield, Curator, Sandwich Glass Museum, presented the 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, traced 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
September 16, 17 - The Club sponsored the 30th annual Cape Cod Glass Show and Sale, held at Cape Cod Community College. Twenty-three nationally known exhibitors displayed and sold a diverse array of antique and collectible glass. Highlight of the exhibition was a talk on collectors and the Internet given by Kirk Nelson, Director of the New Bedford Museum of Glass.
October 5 - Field trip to New Bedf0rd. Kirk Nelson guided us on a visit to the Unitarian Church to view an immense and beautiful Tiffany mosiac church window; then on to City Hall which houses historic New Bedford glass; finally on to the NB Museum of Glass to view its exhibitions.
November 7 - "The Glass Flowers of Harvard." Henry T. Callan will tell the story of the beautiful flowers created by a father and son in Germany through a slide show.
December 5 - "What's New at the Sandwich Glass Museum?" A look at the Museum's newest acquisitions and upcoming exhibits, presented by Dorothy Hogan-Schofield, Curator.
March 6, 2018 - "What Do You Collect?" Group participation with Ed Beard, CCGC member, and collector extraordinaire.
April 3 - "Isa-Glass-bell Green" Isabel Green, flame work artist will give a talk about her journey in glass and the process of her efforts.
May 1 - "Early Lighting" Art Green, collector, long-time dealer, dedicated to the reseaarch and study of early American lighting.
June 5 - "Victorian Art Glass" Scott Roland, owner of GlimmerGlass Antiques and long-time exhibitor at the Cape Cod Glass Show, will give a presentation of his specialty.
Save the Dates! September 15th, 16th - 31st 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!