Join In!

When:
December 31, 2017 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Where:
First Night Sandwich, Sandwich Public Library, Sandwich, MA
142 Main St
Sandwich, MA 02563
USA

First Night Sandwich welcomes back Diane to perform “Join In!” for the Sandwich Village New Year’s Eve celebration. The performance is included in the admission price of the festival and is open to families and children ages 4 and up. Diane’s performance will take place in the Sandwich Public Library.  Please visit the First Night Sandwich website for ticket information and directions.

First Night Sandwich 2018, Sandwich Village “Town of Giants”, will celebrate its sixth annual event on Sunday, December 31, 2017, from 4 to 9 pm. This New Year’s Eve non-alcoholic family festival of the arts and multicultural activities, musical presentations, and live performances is located in venues both inside and outside in and around Sandwich Village. The community celebration of music, art and dance is open to all, from 4 to 9 PM.

JOIN IN!

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Join In! With Interactive Stories and Songs from around the world. This animated performance with master storyteller Diane Edgecomb takes us from the heart of the Amazon Rainforest to the high mountains of China. Audience members get a chance to act out Jaguar, Monkey and Three-toed frog and learn a Chinese crane dance. Don’t miss the special chance to don sea-creature hats to welcome in Sandwich’s New Year 2018 as Lobsters, Clams, Squids and Ocean waves!

“My family was at your amazing performance of “Join In” yesterday. I have to tell you: It was awesome! It was so lively and full of joy. It’s amazing how you bring together many aspects of art and present them for kids so they use their imagination to “see” all the characters you’re talking, dancing and singing about. Personally, I was very happy with your folktales about the rainforests. I’m from Brazil where we have a rich heritage from Africa and we live in the US where my son was born. We were very pleased to hear from all those places that mean a lot to us. And, yes, we loved to hear “O Pião entrou na roda, ó pião! Roda pião, bambeia pião!”. I used to sing this song myself when I was kid. It was delightful. :~)” ~Marcia, Linden School, Malden, MA

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