Easton's Holiday Festival
Festival Pages are Being Updated for 2017
2017 Holiday Festival Planning Happening Now! This year's event is December 2nd & 3rd and we'd like to build on the success of last year where the The Farmer's Daughter , had a special event on Saturday in downtown Easton on Saturday. We are looking for ideas on how to make our annual event better, engaging with businesses in the historic district and making it more fun for all the folks and families in Easton.
We plan to have an organizational meeting sometime this summer and want to make sure we include all who want to be involved. If you want to be a part of the planning, please contact our event Chair, Ram Penumarthy at email@example.com or ask for Jon Morgan for info on the Arts & Crafts Fair.
More information will be coming soon...
December 2 & 3
in the Historic District of North Easton, Massachusetts on Main Street at the Rockery and Oakes Ames Memorial Hall.
Premier Event Sponsor
The Easton Lion’s Annual Holiday Festival will be held (rain or shine or snow) Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm ( Talent Show at 7pm in Oakes Ames Hall) and Sunday from 12 noon to 5 pm. Festival Chairman Jon Morgan says “ it will be bigger and better than ever! The Lions have kept and improved last year’s extremely popular new section of activities we have some new carnival games in the works. The trackless train ride will be free this year. We will have an even larger selection of RAFFLE BASKETS this year. Find them at the tent next to the ticket booth in the center.
As always, the activities begin with an Arts and Craft Show at Oakes Ames Memorial Hall (3 Barrows Street Easton) on both days. Two entire floors of arts and crafts will be on display Saturday. Great shopping or browsing offered for an incredible array of gifts. The Hall is heated!
Outside there will be bouncy houses/moonwalks, a FREE trackless train ride sponsored by Creative World; hay wagon rides; musical entertainment. The usual assortment of food including hot dogs, hamburgers, fried dough, chili, french fries and popcorn will be sold for reasonable prices. Buy tickets at the ticket booth for all rides and food.
People should note that the Easton Lions is a registered 501(c)(3) charity and that while the Holiday Fest rarely makes a profit, any money left-over goes to eye research and scholarships for Easton students.