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Newcomers Craft Fair

by Press Release
November 14, 2011

 The Holliston Newcomers Club is proud to announce the return of its Craft Fair. 

The fair will be held in the Rowles Field House, Holliston High School on Sunday, November 20th from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM.

 The Holliston Newcomers Club is proud to announce the return of its Craft Fair.

The Holliston Newcomers Club Craft Fair is an annual event that is held the weekend before Thanksgiving in Holliston, MA at Holliston High. It is a juried craft fair of about 100 crafters who pride themselves on their hand-made works. The fair is the largest fundraiser for the Holliston Newcomers Club, with proceeds going right back into the town through the club's grants program. There are a variety of returning artisans from around New England and the Mid-Atlantic, plus dozens of new ones, too.

But as shoppers check out the beautiful displays, eventually their noses will lead them to the homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and fried dough in the cafeteria. The fair runs from 9–4 on Sunday, November 20th, so there is plenty of time for shoppers to fuel up, and then return to the field house for more shopping.

Guests who bring a non-perishable food item for the Holliston Food Pantry will receive a free ticket to be entered in the hourly drawings for a craft donated by the fair's talented artisans.

 

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