Springford fair to delve into history next weekend
April 28, 2013 by Sarah
The Springford Area Historical Society’s annual May Fair will take place early in less than a week’s time.
Guests are unlikely to go hungry, as the fair will feature a wide variety of food to purchase, such as hot dogs, hamburgers, donuts,and beverages. Flowers and baked goods will also be available for sale. Musical entertainment will be provided by the Rockin’ Rotarians and there will be a display of vintage cars to please the motor buffs in attendance.
The attached museum will be open for tours throughout the day, ensuring that the day will be a great way to celebrate the coming of May, offering something appeal to everyone in the family and a chance for residents to learn about the history of their community.
Organizers of the fair will no doubt be working with Royersford printing companies to prepare for this popular annual event. They might decide to design and print a flyer to help extol it within the community. Sellers might also want to invest in products such as banners or signs to draw attention to their products and possibly sell more items.
The Historical Society has purchased several historical building in the area and its mission is to help preserve the history and the artifacts of the region. The current home of the organization is a converted train station.
The Springford Area Historical Society May Fair will take place next Saturday, May 4, from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. For more information call 610-948-7127.