FRAMINGHAM – The Plymouth Church in Framingham is excited to invite the entire community to its annual Fall Fair, a beloved autumn tradition in MetroWest.
The Fair is Saturday, September 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This event 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, books for all ages, Christmas crafts and decorations, and a variety of fun activities for kids, including a FREE Slide and Bounce House, plus balloon art and a free magic show featuring local talent JoJo the Magician. And there’s plenty to eat including a cookie walk, bake sale, luncheonette, hot dog stand, and popcorn booth.
You won’t want to miss out on this fun-for-all-ages community event! Admission is free, and all areas of the Fair are handicapped- accessible, except the tag sale (down one flight of stairs).
Since, in recent years, The Plymouth Church has donated 25 percent of Fair profits to Church World Service, the Fair has been an opportunity for the community to join in making a significant donation to local and global disaster relief, while finding surprise treasures, sharing yummy treats,
and bagging some great bargains.
The Plymouth Church in Framingham is located at 87 Edgell Road in Framingham.
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.