Fair day in the forecast
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Visitors never know what they will see at the Grace Cottage Hospital Fair Day.
Visitors never know what they will see at the Grace Cottage Hospital Fair Day.
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TOWNSHEND- Don’t miss the 67th annual Grace Cottage Hospital Fair Day, to be held on the Townshend Common on Saturday, August 5. This all-day, family-friendly event starts at 9 am.

Voted a Top 10 Summer Event by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, Grace Cottage’s Hospital Fair Day has also been called “New England at its finest” by the Boston Globe.

This annual fair features activities to please the whole family: a birthday parade with a dancing stork and bagpipes at 10 am; live all-day auction; bargain booths for housewares, books, plants, jewelry, and more; bingo; pony rides; face painting; lots of food; an arts and crafts show held in the Townshend Church; free circus entertainment; live music; kids games and costumes; raffles; and more. Plenty of fun for all ages.

Hospital Fair Day is organized by the Grace Cottage Hospital Auxiliary, and all proceeds benefit the hospital. There is no admission fee and parking is free.

Come and enjoy the fair. Held rain or shine. For more information visit www.gracecottage.org or call (802) 365-9109.
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