Gazebo-Palooza comes to Grafton Sept. 17


Gazebo-Palooza comes to Grafton Sept. 17
The first Gazebo-Palooza, featured food samples from local restaurants and items from local businesses. (Photo/Jennifer Lord Paluzzi)

GRAFTON – The Gazebo-Palooza is returning to Grafton later this month.

The block party will benefit the Small Stones Festival of the Arts and will take place will take place on Sept. 17.

Local restaurants will be providing sample food, and soft drinks, wine and beer will be available for purchase.

There will also be live performances by local favorites like Josh Briggs And Friends, and Old Tom & the Lookouts.

While attendees mingle and enjoy food and live music, they can stop by silent auction tables full of items donated by local businesses. The emcee will ask a Grafton trivia question, and the person with the correct answer will win a gift card courtesy of local businesses.

Festival sponsors are Gaudette Insurance Agency, Homefield Credit Union, JCSI, Jubilee Chocolate, Pepperoni Express, Roney Funeral Home, Sotheby’s International Realty, Theroux Dentistry Associates, Touchstone Crystal (Katheleen Schaker), Town House Tavern and Yesod Foundation, Inc.

The event will take place from noon to 6 p.m. just off the Town Common. Admission is $15 a person. Children 10 and under are free with an adult.

The Small Stones Festival of the Arts, is a juried fine art painting and photography exhibit accompanied by music and literary programs, juror and artist talks and a marketing workshop for artists that is held Oct. 14-23.

For more information about the festival, visit or contact Ken Crater at [email protected].

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