The iconic Bandstand located on the Village Green was completed in time for the Town of Dennis Bicentennial in 1993. Summer Concerts, Weddings, Christmas pageants are a few of the activities that take place here. The Bandstand project was accomplished by volunteers brandishing paintbrushes, hammers, coffee, donuts and all other essentials needed to create this treasure. Society members decorate the Bandstand each Christmas which coincides nicely with the crèche that is erected on the Village Green. The Society maintains and schedules functions for the Green and Bandstand.

If you would like to schedule a function, please fill out our Rental Agreement

Thank you.

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In the fall of 1974, the Society’s Recreation Sub-committee installed heavy duty playground equipment on the land at the corner of Nobscussett and New Boston Road. Volunteers began the playground project in the spring and finished construction in the fall. This playground has become part of Dennis culture; parents, grandparents, and of course children can be seen playing ball, swinging, and just having fun all year round in this friendly park.

Soldiers Training Field
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The Soldier’s Training Field where the local Militia drilled, adjacent to the Dennis Cemetery, is a Society property.


Site of Military Training Field for Colonial Defense - War of Independence - War of 1812