Artisans, Vendors & Volunteers Wanted for 5th Annual Hilltown Spring Festival
Hilltown Spring Festival will Celebrate Hilltown Life on May 14th!
The Hilltown Community Development Corporation (Hilltown CDC) is signing up local artisans, businesses, non-profit organizations and volunteers for the 5th annual Hilltown Spring Festival, to be held Saturday, May 14th, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Cummington Fairgrounds.
Last year’s Festival drew 2,000 people for an all-day celebration of regional arts, culture and sustainability. This year’s Festival will feature 20 performances by area musicians on three stages (including the Hilltown Families Family Stage!), specialty food and drink from hilltown vendors, children’s activities all day long, and a “sustainable living” exposition.
The Festival is looking for:
- Vendors of products and services that make our lives more energy-efficient and our communities more sustainable;
- Artists and craftspeople who want to display and sell their work;
- Other businesses who want to reach 2,000 prospective customers in one day;
- Local food vendors;
- And volunteer captains to help the Festival succeed.
“The Hilltown Spring Festival is a chance to connect with 2,000 people who care about the quality of life in the Hilltowns,” said Seth Isman, Hilltown CDC’s Economic Development Director and Festival coordinator. “The Festival will highlight regional businesses involved in alternative energy, organic farming and other kinds of sustainable living.”
Registration forms are available from Hilltown CDC; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413-296-4536 ext. 112. The deadline for reserving a space is April 22.
ABOUT THE HILLTOWN CDC
Hilltown CDC is a 30-year-old community development agency working to improve the quality of life of hilltown residents by addressing economic, housing, educational, social and community needs while preserving the rural character of the area.
The Hilltown Spring Festival is supported in part by grants from the Local Cultural Councils of the towns of Ashfield, Chesterfield, Cummington, Goshen, Middlefield, Plainfield, Washington, Westhampton, Williamsburg, Windsor and Worthington—local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.