2022 Will Be Last Framingham High School Holiday Marketplace If Volunteers Don’t Come Forward

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FRAMINGHAM – For 15 years, the Framingham High School Holiday Market place has taken place in December at the high school.

But this year’s fundraising event on Saturday, December 3, may be the last one.

Unfortunately, unless new volunteers step forward, 2022 will be the last year for the marketplace.

The following positions are currently vacant for next year: Chair, Vendor Coordinator, Student Club Coordinator, Social Media/Advertising person, & Volunteer Coordinator.

Contact Jacqui Goldberg at 617-538-1027 or jgoldberg23@gmail.com if you would like to keep the event happening and 2023 and volunteer for one of the position above.

The Framingham High School Holiday Marketplace has been a premier holiday shopping destination, and community event for over 15 years.

 This event will be held at Framingham High School on Saturday, December 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the high school.

Quality vendors showcase and sell unique gift items at the marketplace and Framingham High student groups sell items to help raise funds for their school based organizations.

The Marketplace also serves as a fundraiser for the Framingham High School Parent Teacher Booster Organization.  

The Framingham High School PTBO is a non-profit volunteer organization that raises money to support and enrich FHS students, families and staff.

 Vendors wishing to sell their items at the Holiday Marketplace can register here.

 For more information please visit the FHS Holiday Marketplace Facebook page or our website.


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