GRANVILLE, Mass. (WWLP) – The 40th annual Granville Harvest Fair will be taking place during Columbus Day weekend. Residents were able to come together and enjoy the things that make Granville so beautiful.

Beginning on Saturday, the fair will be around the town and will feature crafts, food, music, books, and demonstrations, according to the Town of Granville. There will also be locally made ice cream and maple syrup, a chance to visit the historic drum factory, and you will be able to purchase hand-crafted items from local artists.

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22News spoke with local vendor Paula Bergeron about the types of crafts that are on sale, “You meet a lot of people that come from all over. A lot of stuff to look at if you enjoy walking it, and a lot of people come to go to their Christmas shopping.”

She also told 22news that she has been selling her knit slippers for almost 15 years at the Harvest Fair. The Fair will continue on Monday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

So get that last scoop of locally made ice cream before its too late.

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