Looking for an exciting way to kick off your summer with the whole family? Look no further than the biggest event of the year, Sip and Stroll, in Middleboro.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, July 20,5 to 8 p.m., at the picturesque Middleboro Town Hall Lawn, 10 Nickerson Ave.

Sip and Stroll promises an evening packed with fun and entertainment for all ages. With 90 vendors offering a wide range of products, there's something for everyone. Shop until you drop, enjoy delicious offerings from a variety of food trucks, sip on expertly crafted beverages from top-notch bartenders and groove to fantastic music.

By attending Sip and Stroll, you're not just in for a good time; you're also supporting a great cause.

All proceeds from vendor booths go towards scholarships at the Burt Wood School of Performing Arts, enabling children to study the arts for free. This initiative is supported by the Middleborough Cultural Council and the Mass. Cultural Council, highlighting the community's commitment to fostering the arts.

The event is designed to keep every member of the family entertained. From raffles and face painting to vendors, there’s no shortage of activities. Some of the past vendors include:

  • Hippie Pilgrim from Plympton: Known for their raw garlic sauce and gourmet seasonings, all homemade directly from the farm to the jar
  • Clover Dilly Candle Company from Kingston: Makers of hand-poured soy wax candles
  • Mermaids on Kid Cod from West Dennis: Creators of beautiful beach clothing
  • Cozy Carmel from Lakeville: Sellers of handmade blankets.
  • Ripe From The Vine from Marion: Providers of extra virgin olive oils from many different countries.

Experience the convenience and inclusivity of Middleboro's Sip and Stroll with free admission and parking, ensuring everyone can partake in this extraordinary event without any financial concerns. Join thousands of attendees in embracing the vibrant community spirit, coming together to celebrate and support local businesses and the arts.

Originating in 2010, Sip and Stroll is the brainchild of Lorna Brunelle, an esteemed figure in Middleborough's business landscape, known for her ownership of The Alley Theatre, The Burt Wood School of Performing Arts, and The Patio. Brunelle's unwavering commitment has transformed Sip and Stroll into an indispensable fixture of Middleborough's summer calendar, promising unforgettable experiences for all who attend.

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