FRAMINGHAM – The MetroWest Humane Society Annual Craft Fair is just around the corner and the organization said it couldn’t be more excited to be able to hold our outdoor event this year.
“We have a stellar craft vendor lineup this year with over 90 vendors! We have widened our aisles and adjusted our layout, so we’ll be occupying the entire green on the Framingham Centre Common,,’ said the organization.
Come out and enjoy the outdoors while shopping early for the holidays or finding that special “kindness” gift for someone just because.
The ever-popular raffle table will be FILLED this year with over 45 items donated from the craft vendors and volunteers at the shelter.
The bake sale table will have lots of tasty treats from bite-size to take-home cakes and
The organization will also have our own Marketplace table with many wonderful handmade gifts for sale!
Craft Fair Details:
What: MetroWest Humane Society Annual Craft
When: September 18, 2021, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Framingham Centre Common near Village Hall on Edgell Road.
Who: All proceeds from the fair go directly to benefitting all of the cats in our care
How: Many hands make light work. We have absolutely wonderful volunteers!
List of craft vendors:
- Coffee and pastries – Coffee Cabin gourmet hot and iced coffees
- Kayem Food Truck – Framingham local BBQ Food Truck serving traditional barbeque food
- Amir’s Natural Foods – Mediterranean-style foods
- Erik’s Kettle Korn
The MetroWest Humane Society is a non-profit, all volunteer-run organization dedicated to the welfare of our animals. We provide compassionate care through our cat-only, no-kill shelter and our programs provide support and education to the community. We service the Metrowest Boston area from Worcester to the South shore and recently partnered with a Florida rescue. Like all shelters connected with animal welfare, we struggle to meet the cost of the ever-increasing number of abandoned and surrendered pets we have in our care. And this past year
proved to be even more of a challenge as many are aware in their own businesses and personal experiences. Our need in the community to rescue and save animals has not stopped; but the support of donations to our shelter has lessened, understandably so. To learn more about us, our website, www.metrowesthumanesociety.org, provides information about all the programs we provide.
And if you’d like to make a donation, please use this link:
We would like the thank: The craft fair is one of our largest fundraisers of the year and it wouldn’t be possible without our very generous sponsors. The MetroWest Humane Society is deeply grateful to Sister Thrift, MutualOne Banking, Middlesex Savings, and Boston West Veterinary Emergency & Specialty.