On the first Saturday in June, this juried Arts and Crafts show is held along the Children’s Lake on Front Street in Boiling Springs. Craft makers, organizations, and food vendor booths line the street from the Memorial Clock Tower, along the lake, right up to the walking bridge at the Boiling Springs Pool.
The food vendors are stacked up along 3rd Street and the arts and craft vendors line Front Street.
Parking can be difficult in the area. Â You can find parking along some streets (although most are narrow and do not have side parking), or at the Yellow Breeches parking area. Â More recently, shuttles have been made available from the high school down to the square. Â The walk from the high school to the square is approximately 1/2 mile, if you would prefer not to wait for the shuttle.
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5 thoughts on “Foundry Day”
space 236 – This is my fourth year I have had a booth at Foundry Day. It is always a pleasure to spend the day with shoppers who enjoy artisan made jewelry.
I’ve lived in Boiling Springs for over 30 years and I am still delighted to see how lovely it is on Foundry Day. I will be in Booth 130, happily watching my friends and neighbors and folks just visiting the area enjoy the fine works of art and my hometown.
We are looking forward to the 2010 Foundry Day and can only hope that the weather is as lovely as it was last year. This is a great Fine Craft festival in a lovely setting.
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