FRAMINGHAM – Hundreds of shoppers attended the 13th Annual Framingham High Holidat Marketplace today, December 4.
SKM Collection Susan Mancall owner said she had been busy all morning and afternoon with shoppers, who were picking up winter gear and jewelry. SKM Collection has been a vendor at the holiday marketplace every year.
But many of the vendors this year were new to the marketplace.
In fact, for two-third’s of the vendors this was their first-ever marketplace.
Among the booths today were several Framingham-based businesses including Christine Soutter’s Meant To Bee and Karen Fintonis’ Brookfield Candle Company.
Wicked Procrastinators were selling wood crafts and hand-made pottery.
Time Peace Studios well-selling custom-made t-shirts, sweatshirts, and tote bags.
WonderWireWoman was selling one-of-a-kind wire wrapped pendants, earrings, and bracelets made from copper and sterling silver wires.
Jennifer LaBollita Art sold nature-based pen & ink paintings and watercolors.
The Winding Vine had felt hair accessories and adorable garden fairy dress-up crowns, as well as home decor items for sale.
More than a dozen Framingham High classes and clubs were selling items, as well.
The Class of 2022 was selling holiday wreaths. It is a tradition for the senior class to sell the wreaths.
Some of the clubs were selling Flyers gear like blankets. Other clubs were selling hand-made and decorated items like ornaments.
The Class of 2025 was selling t-shirts.
The environmental club was selling nature-based ornaments.
This year’s holiday marketplace was sponsored by the Framingham High PTBO, which is a non-profit volunteer organization that raises money to support and enrich FHS students, families and staff.
Admission fees and vendor booth fees raised money for the FHS PTBO.
Boston Events BBQ Kayem Trailer was parked outside the FHS gym selling lunch, snacks and beverages.