It’s only a week away! Holliston Historical Society’s old fashioned country fair promises a day full of fun, food and more. Each year new and returning vendors congregate on the beautiful grounds of the Historical Society to showcase their numerous handmade crafts, culinary items, antiques and collectables. This year will be no exception. Some of
The Holliston Historical Society Library will be open Sunday Oct 8, 2017 from 2-4 pm. The library is open to members and non-members alike on the 2nd Sunday of the month from September to June 2-4 pm and by appointment. The library is located on the second floor of the Col. Asa Whiting house (Historical
This year we are using SignUp Genius to simplify signing up for time slots. SignUp Genius allows you to receive a convenient email reminder of your volunteer shift schedule. Join us for a shift of about two hours in any one (or more!) of our Harvest Fair Activities on Sept. 24 (rain date Oct. 1).
Sunday, September 24, 2017 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Rain Date October 1, 2017 547 Washington Street Holliston, MA 01746 Holliston Historical Society’s old fashioned country fair planning is in full swing! Each year new and returning vendors congregate on the beautiful grounds of the Historical Society to showcase their numerous handmade crafts, culinary
Our annual Harvest Fair is approaching and we are excited by all the vendors planning to exhibit their finery on Sunday, Sept. 24 (rain date Sunday, Oct. 1). While the original application deadline was Aug. 15, a few spots remain and any further vendor submissions will be reviewed by Chairperson Beate Hait until Sept. 15.
After years of service, we have retired our old website and are pleased to present our new website in WordPress. We chose this particular format to be “Smartphone” friendly. Of course, we also love when you visit us on your Tablet, Laptop, or Desktop. If anything is lacking or any link is broken, please let
37th Annual Harvest Fair Sunday, September 24, 2017 10AM to 4PM Rain Date: October 1, 2017 With 4th of July celebrations in the rear view mirror, the rest of July and August promises a lazy, hazy, summer of relaxation, a bit of vacation, traveling AND planning for our much anticipated 37th Annual Harvest Fair!
Thanks to the amazing speed and energy on the part of Rick Kattman, most of the new plants are planted at the house and gardens. The shrubs around the fountain are in and look lovely. Most of the shrubs in front of the house are also in, but some perennials and shrubs are still to
Thanks to PJ Kilkelly for his work on the chimney.