The Southborough Historical Society continues working to put the “heritage” back in Heritage Day. This year, they will be holding a fancy flea. The market’s focus is antiques, vintage items, and crafts.
SHS is still seeking 20-25 vendors, and asked me to help them spread the word.
The market will take place on Monday, October 14th from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. It will be inside the Pilgrim Church hall, which means rain or shine. The hall is a short trot up the hill from the field where other festivities take place.*
The price is $25/table (and tables can be provided if needed.)
For more information or an application, please contact email@example.com.
The society also put a call out on their website for anyone who wants to donate items that SHS will sell directly from their own tables/booth to raise funds.
Drop off days are this Saturday and the following:
De-clutter Your Life and Help the Society! Contribute to the Fancy Flea on Heritage Day
Stuff here, stuff there, stuff everywhere! If you need to de-clutter your house, or are downsizing, we have a perfect opportunity for you! Contribute your unwanted possessions to the Southborough Historical Society Fancy Flea on Heritage Day 10/14. We’ll be inside at the Pilgrim Church Hall, selling away., from kitsch to classic!
If you have a lot of material, we’ll also offer free pickups that week. Everything you donate to the society is tax deductible. . .
Please note here are some goods we cannot accept:
TV’s, computer monitors or other electronics, unless pre-1950
CD’s or DVD’s
We are particularly interested in vintage material relating to Southborough.
On Facebook, SHS shared more pictures of items they’ve already begun to collect:
SHS will be taking part as well and we have started going through our collections for duplicates and pieces from our collections for our booth. PERFECT opportunity to downsize and sell the cherished antiques your children don’t want to inherit!
*If you head up Common St to get to the church that morning, along the way you’ll be able to view some of the remaining carved gourds from the Pumpkin Stroll the day prior.