If you're on Facebook, you should like this page and make your best effort to make it to one of these market fairs. Two in February and two in March, at the Grange hall. Like the Mutton & Mead festival itself, this is a fundraiser for the Grange hall.
The Montague Antiques and Vintage Marketplace takes place over four Sundays in 2012: February 12 + 26 and March 11 + 25, from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm.
The markets feature multiple dealers offering a variety of early American and Victorian through mid century antiques and books, all in the beautiful and historic 1835 Grange hall in the village of Montague Center, MA. No plastic crap or cheap Chinese junk allowed!
Vendors welcome - affordable table fees! Contact via the phone number below.
The sale is part of an ongoing effort to keep the historic Montague Grange hall in good repair. Vendor fees support the hall’s maintenance.
Saturday Oct 8, 2011, 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM, at the Montague grange
Colleen Kattau and Some Nice Guys - Colleen is a bi-lingual vocalist and performer whose music is described as "Power and beauty steeping in a fine tea." She’s been featured on Amy Goodman’s Democracy Now and at at the SOAWatch vigils at the gates of Ft. Benning, GA. She’s joined by rising star saxophonist, Jamie Yaman who also plays Native American triple flute and virtuoso and the best bassist in the northeast, Mike Brandt.
A fundraiser for the Friends of the Montague Grange. Refreshments will be available.
Cindy Green is seriously ill. As of Friday she was moved from the Cooley Dickinson ICU to Kindred Hospital Parkview, 1400 State Street, Springfield, MA 01109. She is in Room 512.
This is a long-term acute care and rehabilitation hospital. She is too weak to talk on the phone, but cards are welcome.
An outpouring of cards could help as well as boosting both Cindy's and Grace's morale. Also if anyone has anything that is funny and could help Grace distract herself periodically that would be helpful.
Thank you for holding these two dear women in your prayers.