FRAMINGHAM – On Saturday, September 30, The Plymouth Church will host its annual fall fair.
The community is invited to the event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A beloved autumn tradition, the Plymouth Church Fall Fair boasts something for everyone: a huge “White Elephant” tag sale, an Old-Fashioned Country Store with homemade jams, fudge and candies, themed gift baskets, handmade gifts, crafts shop, costume shop, a cookie walk, books for all ages, Christmas crafts and decorations.
There will be a variety of fun activities for kids, including a Monkey Bridge, Star Wars Bouncy House, and a free magic show featuring Framingham’s JoJo the Magician.
Admission is free.
This year, a portion of net proceeds will benefit Church World Service, an association of 37 Christian denominations serving critical global and local needs, such as hurricane relief efforts in Texas, to support families in need of shelter, medicine, education, and sustainable food sources.
The Plymouth Church in Framingham is located at 87 Edgell Road. Gathered in 1701, the Plymouth Church in Framingham is a member congregation of
the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ (UCC), the largest Protestant denomination in Massachusetts, with roots dating back to the Pilgrims of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the 1620s.