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Sleepy town wakes for annual festivities

Charlton’s Founder’s Day Parade is a big draw in a weekend of festivities that will take place on Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3. Photo Submitted.

Charlton’s Founder’s Day Parade is a big draw in a weekend of festivities that will take place on Saturday, June 2, and Sunday, June 3. Photo Submitted.

Eileen Stone, chairperson of the Farmers/Crafters Market, said there will be over 20 vendors. Pastured pork, free range poultry, grass-fed beef, hand painted floor coverings, homemade baked goods and honey are just a few of the culinary treats and goods visitors can expect.

The Charlton Tavern will be making hamburgers from the grass-fed beef, and Stone is glad to “get the word out” about this alternative to conventionally raised beef.

“I really appreciate where I’m living, and Charlton is a very strong community and I just wanted to help facilitate that sharing and highlighting what people are doing,” she said.

For more information on the weekend, visit charlton5k.org or the town’s website at townofcharlton.org.

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