On behalf of the Wareham Village Association, I am writing to thank you for your participation in the highly successful second annual Wareham Oyster Festival.
Whether you were a presenter in our Speakers Series, one of 16 restaurants featuring oysters on your menu during the week, a sponsor or advertiser, one of our three dozen vendors, one of our talented musical performers, a volunteer who helped out during one of the events, someone who provided needed goods or services at a discount… or you were one of those unsung heroes whose quiet contribution made the difference between a good event and an amazing one, we thank you.
In all, well over 100 people and businesses contributed in some way.
Clearly, this is an event worth repeating annually, so I hope you will mark your calendar now for the Third Annual Wareham Oyster Festival on May 1, 2016, and the Gala tentatively scheduled for April 29.
Expect us to be in touch with you earlier this year seeking your commitment, a move that will help us publicize the event more broadly.
In the meantime, if you have any suggestions, please don’t hesitate to send them along.
President, Wareham Village Association
Wareham Village welcomes you to its shops and restaurants, the natural beauty of our riverfront, and our history.
Enjoy Wareham’s cranberry bog vistas, beautiful shoreline and beaches, walking trails and Audubon sanctuaries, golfing, boating, biking, camping and more. Not only is Wareham able to offer saltwater recreation, but its many ponds affords the freshwater enthusiasts a tranquil environment in which to canoe, kayak, and fish.
The recent streetscape renovation to Main Street has given Main Street a renewed ambiance that promotes downtown in a positive manner. Main Street is the heart of any town and visitors will quickly recognize the charm and historic architecture of the Village and its surrounding area from the marina to Besse Park at the Narrows and up to Center Park.