HOLLISTON HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY July 21, 9 - 12. Adams Middle School

CRAFTERS, ARTISTS AND ANTIQUE DEALERS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN HARVEST FAIR

by Pam Kyrka
July 5, 2018

CRAFTERS, ARTISTS AND ANTIQUE DEALERS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN HARVEST FAIR

Vendors are invited to submit an application to the 38th Holliston Historical Society Annual Harvest Fair that will take place on September 23 from 10-4 (rain date September 30) at 547 Washington Street. This old-fashioned country fair features handmade items such as textiles, bags, pottery, jewelry, cards, signs and many more wonderful examples of New England crafts. Artists will display their works and a fine variety of antiques and collectibles will be offered along Antiques Row. In the barn, food and beverages will be sold along with baked goods and the Society’s famous Pie Night Apple Pies. The Silent Auction offers bargains on goods and services donated by members and local businesses. Special children’s activities and tours of the Asa Whiting House make this an event to be enjoyed by all age groups.

Fee is $60 for a 10’x10’ space if received before August 1, 2018.. After that date, the fee is $80.00 This well attended country harvest fair has become a much-anticipated Holliston fall tradition for local residents and visitors from afar.

For more information and an application, please contact Pat Pereira at patpereira1106@gmail.com or visit www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org.

 

 

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Correction: the "early bird" registration period ended on June 1. The fee is $80 per space. Please see application fee at www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org (use a browser other than Internet Explorer). --Bea Hait Holliston Historical Society Harvest Fair Coordinator

- Beate Hait | 7/5/18 9:59 AM

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