The Fourth Annual Legacy Art/Music/Food/Fun Festival
June 25, 2017 – Noon to 5:00 p.m.
Governor Oliver Ames Estate, 35 Oliver Street, North Easton
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – RAIN OR SHINE
We are excited to present our Fourth Annual Legacy Festival. Some surprises this year with an Artist & Artisans Faire. Junior Art Show (age 18 and under) will grace the Historical Society…lots of activities for adults and children including Auntie ZaZa…fun with yarn-finger knitting; Gwyn Marathas…interactive weaving at the studio; Balloon Creations and face painting with Alleyoop Rentals; Cookie Monster Lives with Dolce Cupcakes; The Fieldhouse Arena-sports spots; planting with Flourish; Interactive Art Projects for kids with the Children’s Museum in Easton; walking tours and canoeing, of course!
The Lions Club Eye Mobile Unit will be on-site for health screenings!
Fabulous Food Vendors including: The Farmer’s Daughter, Rosa Galeno Foods, The Twins Caterers,
Baby’s Bone Town Barbeque, and more! The Shovel Town Brewery will be on site as well!
ARTIST & ARTISANS FAIRE. Artists displaying will be by invitation or juried only. For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org .
JUNIOR ART SHOW: (Age 18 and Under) in two divisions. Each Junior may submit two pieces. No fee is charged. For more information: email@example.com
This event would not take place without our generous sponsors: Avery Lee Williams Family Trust, Bank of Easton, North Easton Savings Bank, Easton Lions Club, Easton Local Cultural Council, Ames Free Library, Easton Old Colony YMCA, The Children’s Museum in Easton, Easton Historical Society,
Easton Grange 196, Dolce Cupcakes, ECAT, Oakes Ames Memorial Hall, The Fieldhouse Arena,
Artists Gwyn Marathas, Alleyoop Rentals, Auntie ZaZa’s Fiber Works, and several private donors.
We are thankful for the support of the Town of Easton Staff, including the Police & Fire Departments and for our many volunteers who make it all happen!!
“The Legacy” is presented by The Easton Shovel Town Cultural District and The Easton Lion’s Club.
Our thanks to the “Trustees” for allowing us to host this event at the Governor Oliver Ames Estate.