2014 Sandpiper festival

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Published on July 30, 2014

The Sandpiper chowder tasting portion of the festival was a grand success again this year as locals and guests alike gave it  thumbs-up approval. Shown here, left to right are: 2014 Dorchester Junior Mayor Ryan Cadman, Ian Hamilton president of the 1964 Class Reunion committee, Mayor J.J. Bear, Tantramar MLA Mike Olscamp and chef/operators of the Bell Inn Andrew Harrison and Sarah Craig,  LEBLANC PHOTO

Published on July 30, 2014

The village square in Dorchester was a hive of activity on the weekend as vendors and visitors alike gathered for the Sandpiper Festival. Shown here, one woman looks over some handmade jewellery at one of the many booths available on Saturday.  LEBLANC PHOTO   

Published on July 30, 2014

Bagpiper Jacques Poirier leads the way as members of the Sandpiper chowder tasting party make their way into the village square on Saturday afternoon for the official opening of the Sandpiper Festival. Shown at rear, left to right: Dorchester Penitentiary warden Paul Bourque and Mayor J.J. Bear.  LEBLANC PHOTO

Published on July 30, 2014

A giant game of Twister kept four members of the Holmes family busy on Saturday afternoon in the village square in Dorchester as part of the Sandpiper Festival. Shown left to right:  Sisters Sierra and Madison Holmes, their cousin Jessica Holmes and in front, step-sister Abby Holmes.  LEBLANC PHOTO

Published on July 30, 2014

Showing that it's not all work and no play, Dorchester firefighters got cooled off and into the Sandpiper spirit on Saturday at the firemen's water slide on the hill adjacent the Keillor House Museum. Shown here, bottom to top are firefighters: Sara Boyce, Nancy Milner, Wade Settle and Reg Tower as they hurtle down the water slide.  LEBLANC PHOTO

Dorchester and area residents celebrated in style over the weekend at the village's annual Sandpiper Festival.

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