The scenic grounds of Ketring Park will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. - early shopping is discouraged so the crafters will have adequate time to set up their wares. There is no public admission charge; money from booth fees will be used by the Friends to sponsor programs at the museum and Bemis Library. Park rules include: no dogs unless on leash, no smoking, and strollers are discouraged because of the large crowds.
Those attending the fair this year will be able to browse among 300 booths and eight food concession stands.
Next to Ketring Park, the living history activities at the Littleton Historical Museum will be underway on the 1860's and 1890's farms. Visit the farms and discover life in the 19th century when hand made items were more common.