Ware Fair & Flea


 

Saturday, September 16, 2017 8 am to 4 pm

295 Belchertown Road in Ware

Free Admission and Free Parking

Schedule of Events

8:00   Vendors and food open

10:00 Museum open- Tours begin

10:30 Pie judging

11:00 Kids Crafts (11 am to 2 pm)

11:00 Dance exhibition- Colby Academy of Dance

11:30 Live Music with Dixieland Stomp

12:00 Pie winners announced

1:00   MASSAR Col. Henry Knox Regimental Color Guard (Sons of the American Revolution/SAR – Mass  Society Sons of the American Revolution)  will conduct a 1764 drill and wreath placing ceremony at the Ware Center Meeting House beginning at 1:00 PM.

From Doane Road, the color guard will proceed to the front of Meeting House and conduct drills. They will then enter the cemeteries, reading the names of Ware revolutionary war dead and placing wreaths. The ceremony will end with a musket volley to honor the dead. 

1:45 Story time-

2:15 pm Ware Historical Commission Presentation

2:00 pm Dedication by Ware Historical Commission

3:00 Auction closes

 

 

Alan And Laurie Whitney - Reenacting
Colonial re-enactors Alan and Laurie Whitney will be exhibiting at the fair

You’re Invited!

Over 40 crafters and exhibitors will be at The Ware Fair & Flea this Saturday, September 16, 2017 on the grounds of the historic Ware Center Meeting House and Museum

The Fair features sweets and treats, flea market and crafts, a silent auction, historical exhibits, an apple pie contest and much more. The proceeds benefit the restoration and upkeep of the historic meetinghouse. Please call 413-967-8304 or email warecentermeetinghouse@gmail.com for vendor information.

We hope you will be able to join us on September 16th!