Monday, October 7, 2013

A walk around the Harvest Festival before the rains came! (photo essay)

In addition to setting up and taking down the Franklin Food Pantry tent for the Harvest Festival, I managed to get around to visit with a number of businesses. Once the rain came, the camera went under cover.

parking is always important

Ann Williams of Pour Richard's Wine & Spirits
Along East Central St, Pour Richard's set up and Ann Williams was ready to talk about Yacht Club beverages

Did you know there were classical concerts in Franklin?
The next concert is the first of the season on Sunday, October 20th. Additional info including tickets can be found on the LiveArts webpage

Jane's Frames - community art project
Samantha and Jennifer Moccia adding to the mural. When they stepped back, Ben took his turn (not shown in this photo). When the mural is finished, Jane will be looking to sell it to the highest bidder with the proceeds to benefit the Franklin Food Pantry.

painted ping pong balls will make a lollipop field
The Franklin Art Center also has a community project underway to create a lollipop field at the new Sculpture Park. (I heard there actually is a couple of sculptures already in place. I need to get back out for a visit soon!)

Franklin Food Pantry tent and new truck in front of their building in the Rockland Trust parking lot
Yes, one of the reasons behind our participation in this event is to help folks know where we are located. The new truck and brilliant logo (Ian Kabat from the Franklin Art Center worked with the Food Pantry to design it) will help let everyone know where we are!

without sponsors, the event couldn't happen
Thanks to the Downtown Partnership for a great event! Maybe next year the weather will cooperate!

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