The Town of Brome Lake and Brome Village are joining forces with Townshippers’ Association to host the 36th edition of Townshippers’ Day on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Brome Fairgrounds!
Under the theme ‘Strong Roots, Growing Together,’ join us in celebrating the creativity, heritage, and vitality of the English-speaking community of the historical Eastern Townships at this bilingual family-friendly cultural festival and information fair!
For over three decades the exhibits and all-ages entertainment of Townshippers’ Day, affectionately dubbed T-Day, has attracted some 2,000 visitors from across the region. This year’s festival of friendship will showcase music and dance, activities and artisans, delicious fare and fun for all ages, types and tastes. In celebration of Brome’s history, a bus tour will transport visitors between the Brome County Historical Society and the T-Day festival site to enjoy even more activities at both sites.
T-Day’s booths give artisans, business and educational groups as well as community and heritage groups an ideal opportunity to share products and information while meeting with thousands of Townshippers, English and French. Please don’t wait until the last minute to register as space is limited!
For the latest information on the Townshippers’ Day festivities or for details on how to volunteer or register to exhibit, visit www.tday.ca or contact Kate Holbrook at Townshippers’ Association’s Montérégie-East office, 450-242-4421 (toll free 1-877-242-4421) or [email protected]. See you there!
Townshippers’ Association is a non-partisan, non-profit community organization serving the Eastern Townships English-speaking community. Contact www.townshippers.org; [email protected]; 257 Queen, Lennoxville (819-566-5717; 1-866-566-5717) or 584 Knowlton Road, Knowlton (450-242-4421; 1-877-242-4421).