Who's doing this?

The short answer .... Upper Falls

The Feast of the Falls is put together by the residents, the businesses, organizations of Upper Falls.  Local businesses and organizations have contributed generously both financially and with supplies.   An army of neighbors volunteer their time to put the whole production together - everything from setting the Feast up, checking guests in, working in the kitchen, serving the food, and tearing it all down at the end.  Our elected officials and small business owners pitch in waiting on the guests.  It's a party by Upper Falls, for Upper Falls.

Many, many thanks go to all our sponsors.

The Upper Falls CDC generous sponsorship of the first Feast of the Falls was crucial and immensely appreciated.  Once again this year, the CDC is a major sponsor of the Feast of The Falls, as well as also sponsoring an array of other worthwhile Upper Falls projects throughout the year.

How do you get truck loads of tables, chairs, grills, serving dishes and other supplies delivered to Hemlock Gorge?  You call Peak Event Services.

The Feast welcomes Peak Event Services sponsorship once again this year.

The Feast of the Falls welcomes Sysco as a major sponsor.  Sysco provided most of the delicious food served at this year's Feast

Carriage House Violins has been our musical sponsor for every Feast.  Every year they put together the Echo String Ensemble especially for the Feast.  Their pre-dinner music in the woods is a key piece of the magic of the Feast.

If you play a violin or viola you can get everything you need from Carriage House Violins right here in Upper Falls.

If you play any other stringed instrument, just walk upstairs to Johnson String Instruments.  Johnson Strings just moved to the Falls two years ago and they jumped right in to become a sponsor of this year's Feast.  They're a great new addition to the neighborhood.

Re-Stream is back again this year as a Feast sponsor and is contributing in a number of different way.  Re-Stream was founded by Upper Falls'er Karen Osborn.  Karen's ongoing generosity in the neighborhood is legendary. 

Whole Foods is back again as a Feast sponsor and is donating a variety of ingredients and supplies to create the Feast.

Shop at Whole Foods for the finest high quality foods

They've been fixing cars and pumping gas since the first cars began driving around Upper Falls.

They are our friendly neighborhood gas station and great mechanics to boot.  So give them your business and thank them for their sponsorship of the Feast of the Falls.

Elaine Construction does it all - construction management, general contracting, and project consulting.

This family run firm right here in Upper Falls is a great neighbor and great construction company.  Thanks to the Wexler family and Elaine Construction for their sponsorship of the 2014 Feast.

Where do you go for lighting fixtures or electrical supplies?  Where did we go when we needed 300 feet of heavy outdoor cabling on short notice?  Newton Electrical Supply.

They're right down the street and have a great selection of lighting and electrical fixtures.  When you're there, thank them for their sponsorship of the Feast ... and for setting us up with all that cable.

Upper Falls own Newton Nomadic Theater is a proud and enthusiastic sponsor of the Feast Of the Falls.

This traveling theater regularly presents some of the best theater you'll see in the Boston area.   Join our mailing list at NewtonNomadicTheater.org to hear about all our upcoming shows

Christopher Osborn from Better Life Food is the Feast's chef and logistical mastermind.  Upper Falls based Better Life Food's is a major sponsor of the Feast and produces the event on the day.  If you see what they can do in Hemlock Gorge for 350 people, imagine what they can when catering your next party.

Seana Gaherin from Dunn Gaherins is the Feast's creator and visionary.  Dunn Gaherins is a major sponsor of the Feast.  Their staff works behind the scenes to deliver that fantastic Feast food to your plates.  Stop by Dunn Gaherins for a great meal at Newton's friendliest restaurant and thank Seana for making the Feast a new Upper Falls tradition.