The Foxboro Jaycees are hosting its third annual Spring Fair on the Common on Saturday, May 18th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
About 50 local artists, crafters, and vendors are expected to fill the town Common for the event. Products offered will include handmade quilts and clothing, woodworking, soaps and other body care products, specialty foods, pet accessories, handbags, candles and scented warmers, hand-crafted jewelry, photographs, painted glass, children's clothing, games and toys and so much more.
There will also be a bouncy house for the kids and raffle items available.
This fundraising event for the Foxboro Jaycees will help fund several community programs the organization coordinates, such as the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Caroling on the Common, Holiday Decorations for the Common, Bandstand repair, Fruit baskets for the Foxboro Discretionary Fund, Sand for Seniors and other local causes they support.
If you have any questions regarding the Spring Fair, contact email@example.com or call Vanessa Linke at (508) 203-1511.
2013 Jaycees Concerts on the Common Schedule
For 20 years and counting, each summer the Foxboro Jaycees present a series of free concerts on the common. On Thursday nights, beginning on June 13th, the Jaycees will host a weekly night of music and fun for the whole family from 7 to 9 p.m. on the Common. Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy fresh air, great music and a wonderful sense of community. Candy, soda, and other goodies will be available for sale by the Foxboro Jaycees.
- June 13: Foxborough High School Jazz Ensemble
- June 20: Victims of Gravity
- June 27: TwentyPastTwo
- July 4: Independence Day — No Concert
- July 11: Jumpin Juba
- July 18: Jessica Prouty Band
- July 25: Black & White
- Aug. 1: MAGNUS
- Aug. 8: Moxy
- Aug. 16: The Infractions
“We would like to thank this year’s sponsors who are making the 2013 Concerts on the Common season possible: Bay Colony Group, Douglass A. King Builders, Inc., Foxboro Federal Savings, Mayfair Realty & Development, OnTip Gloves, Rodman Ford, The Learning Experience,” said Jaycee Bob Gillis.
About the Jaycees
Looking to give back to the community and join the action? The Jaycees are always looking for new members. If you would like to be part of a dynamic, enthusiastic volunteer organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life through community development projects while having the opportunity to grow your personal skills and make lifelong friendships, the Jaycees may be for you. The Jaycees meet on the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the South Foxboro Community Center, and can be found online at www.foxborojaycees.org.