Noble & Cooley Center & Annual Granville Harvest Fair
Noble & Cooley Center for Historic Preservation (42 Water Street, Granville, MA 01034, Granville MA)
The three day Harvest Fair is celebrated each October in Granville and is a big deal for our little town. Vendors, artisans and food are located at the school, on the town Green (and at the church and library), and at the drum shop. The Noble & Cooley Center for Historic Preservation museum and Gift Shop will be open all three days of the Granville Harvest Fair with tours, demonstrations, and food vendors.
The fair is held every year over Columbus Day Weekend. Started as a quilt show in 1981, the harvest fair has evolved into a town-wide event featuring great food, crafters, demonstrations and even tours of the 160 year old drum factory.
Harvest Fair hours are: Saturday and Monday, 10AM – 5PM; Sunday, noon to 5PM.
As you come in to town on Route 57 from Southwick, your first stop is the Granville Village School. You will find vendors indoors and out. You can park your car here if you want, and hop on one of the 2 buses that run continuously throughout the town and up the hill to the Old Meeting House.
We’ll hope to see you at the fair!