Mudville Madrigals Holiday Concert; Dec 14, 8:00 pm Upper Town Hall; Free
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Springfest & Porchfest Activities - Revised May 19

by Press Release
May 17, 2018

Some activities will go on in spite of the rain

Springfest Aactivities

Rain won't stop these Springfest activities. Here's what's still going on Saturday.

Fire station: apparatus display from 1 to 4 p.m.

Janine's Jewelry Design: Raffle and refreshments

Hills Antique Clocks: Kid's build a clock

Holliston Superette: $1 slushie Gracefully Restored: $50 gift card raffle

Holliston Jewelers: Free piercing with earring purchase

Holliston Antiques: 25 percent off storewide

Jasper Hill: Live music from noon to 5 p.m.

Fiske's General Store: Princess visit from noon to 1:30 p.m., sidewalk chalk art, and a rubber chicken toss

The Candy Cottage: Chocolate sampling

Gilfoy Art and Framing: $50 gift certificate raffle

Central Cafe: Free coffee, wine tasting, noon to 3 p.m.

Coffee Haven: 10 percent off all books

 

Porchfest Activities

Just wanted to let you know that Porchfest is confirmed for Saturday. We have narrowed it down to just three locations -- the Mason's Lodge, the Holliston Public Library, and Casey's Crossing. Jasper Hill will also have their own lineup throughout the day.

 

The current lineup is as follows. Specific times are subject to change:

Casey’s Crossing
Ricardo Barraza 12-1 Ronda Matson 1 - 2 Simmer Down 2 - 3 Sheez Late 3 - 4


Jasper Hill Cafe & Bistro
Maddi Ryan 12-1 Gary Bernath 1-2 Ian Shaw Band 2-3 Jae Mannion 3-4


Holliston Library (Upstairs)
Phil Holub 12 - 1 Sean Peters 1 - 2 Amy Kucharik 2 - 3 Erica Leigh 3 - 4
Holliston Library (Downstairs)
Bill Doucette 12 - 1


Gracefully Restored Home
Rick Robidoux 1-2 My Mother's Mustache 2 - 3
May 19, 2018 2018 Holliston Porchfest and the bands march on....
 

 

 

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