Herring Run Festival is finally here, this Saturday and Sunday 4-7-15

Herring Run Festival is finally here, this Saturday and Sunday
SouthCoast Today

Posted Apr. 8, 2015 at 1:35 PM

MIDDLEBORO — The second annual Herring Run Festival is this Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm daily at Oliver Mill Park on Route 44 in Middleboro.
With nearly 100 vendors, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Come experience two days of engaging exhibits, amazing food, shopping and music.
Parking for the event will be at the Council on Aging, 558 Plymouth St., as well as at the KOA Campground, at 438 Plymouth Street. If you are attending and need handicapped parking or a wheel chair lift on the shuttle to the festival, it is best to park at the Council on Aging as they have more handicapped spaces and are fully paved.
If you are attending with children who want a pony ride, the pony rides will be at the KOA parking site.
Here's the full schedule of events for both days and a list of all the participating performers, vendors and exhibitors.

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