Lincoln, MA (September 28, 2022) – Phinney’s Holiday Festival returns to Lincoln’s historic Pierce Park, on November 6, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, at 17 Weston Road, Lincoln, MA. This year, this event will take place at the tent adjacent to the Pierce House.
“We’re so happy we are getting together again at the Festival. We’ll see old friends, celebrate the holidays, and raise funds for low-income people and their pets,” says Judy Bell, Phinney’s president.
“And hopefully, by having the event in the tent, everyone who is concerned about COVID-19 will feel more comfortable coming to see us.”
Santa will be at the Festival to greet visitors. There will be live music and caroling, as well as homemade foods and hot beverages. The Original Penelopads company will have a booth, offering eco-friendly, washable pet pads. And local artist Lisa Nelson will offer hand-painted ornaments depicting Phinney's Godpets–a special group of pets who need extra financial support. These ornaments can be purchased to take home or hung outside, at the Phinney’s Angels Tree, which will be illuminated in lights for the first time this year during the Festival and will stay lit up for all to visit through January 2023.
The historic Pierce House mansion will be open to the public for the use of restrooms. The event is free to attend, and proceeds from the sale of Phinney’s items at the Festival will support the nonprofit’s mission. To learn more, visit phinneys.org/events.
Phinney’s (aka Phinney’s Friends, Inc.), an all-volunteer registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, helps Massachusetts low-income residents going through financial hardships keep their pets by providing financial support and pet care. Visit our Media Hub for media-related inquiries, press releases and to download our Media Kit.