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FRAMINGHAM – The Plymouth Church in Framingham Hosts Annual Fall Fair, Saturday, October 2

After a year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the church is very excited to resume its popular tradition. The church is adhering to COVID safety guidelines, wearing masks, using air purifiers indoors, encouraging distancing and use of sanitizers. Attendees are asked to wear a mask.

The sale is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Sale includes:

Huge White Elephant Tag Sale for household goods, kitchen gadgets, home décor, linens,
Kids section for toys, puzzles, games and gently used sporting equipment Homemade crafts, jam, fudge and specialty treats

Costumes for children and adults

Books for Children

Themed gift baskets

Christmas Shop


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And what would a fall fair be without food? We have something for everyone: popcorn, lots of
yummy baked goods, sandwiches, pie, homemade Clam Chowder and Chili, and the Troop 12
Hot Dog Stand!

Admission Is FREE, and Kids Games are offered outside.

Indoor booths are accessible.

Fair proceeds support the local ministries of The Plymouth Church as well as both local and
global justice ministries, environmental and humanitarian concerns.

The Plymouth Church in Framingham is located at 87 Edgell Road in Framingham, with
onsite parking available. For more information, please call the church office at 508.875.1364.
Gathered in 1701, the Plymouth Church in Framingham is a welcoming and affirming 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. Worship services are at 10 a.m. Sundays, all are welcome.

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