Thank you to our Raffle Sponsors
Thank You! Your donation will directly support our program participants who face many challenges every day including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Visual and Hearing Impairments, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, Developmental and Intellectual Delays, Traumatic Brain Injuries, PTSD and Spinal Cord Injuries.
Tickets are $50 each
Vehicle Sponsored by Bob Valenti AutoMall
Drawing at 3:45pm at Holiday Market
Kids Activies & Refreshment Partners
High Hopes is proud to partner with Eversource Energy – our Kids Activity Partner for the Holiday Market and one of our valued contributors to programs for Youth-at-Risk in our community.
Activities will include:
Lasooing, storytelling, scavenger hunt, face painting and much more.
To support their communities and make a positive difference in the lives of their customers, Eversource awards grants with a particular focus on the health and well-being of youth. In conjunction with organizations like the Bingham Trust, Eversource Energy and the Baker Foundation, we are able to provide a range of equine assisted activities such as our Horse Sense Program. Thank you!
Omar Coffee provide High Hopes with all the coffee our 2,500 visitors could need. Buy an Omar Coffee at the market, and as you enjoy the rich taste that comes from slow-roasting premium green coffee beans, know that you are also supporting all of those that benefit from High Hopes’ Programs.
OMAR COFFEE COMPANY’s history is as rich as their brews. Established in 1937 by John Costas, Omar Coffee has been a fixture in the Franklin Avenue since 1939.
Admission to the Holiday Market and all the following activities is free with a suggested donation of either something from the High Hopes Herd’s Amazon Wish List (please bring your receipt), your email and pledge to come to a High Hopes volunteer training, or a non-perishable food item for the Shoreline Soup Kitchens. At last year’s Holiday Market we collected over 2,300 pounds of food just in time for Thanksgiving. Help us top that amount this year!
You can expect all the food trucks, sweet treats, live music, lotions & potions, paintings & fine creations, whittled wooden wares, edible fare, jewels, kids crafts, photos, charms & baubles, cozy apparel, abodes for birds, up-cycled finds, perfect presents and earthenware that you’ve come to love.
Baker’s Dozen Dog Treats
The Carbon Chocolate Workshop
Granny’s Pie Factory
Sweet Sneider’s Bake Shop
Zest Fresh Bakery
A Grandfather’s Lessons:
In the kitchen with Shorey
♣ 1-2pm book signing
Caryn B. Davis Photography
A Connecticut Christmas:
Celebrating the Holiday
in Classic New England Style
♣ 11-4pm book signing
Lauren K. Stein
Fresh Made Simple
♣ 11-12:30pm book signing
My Life at Sweetbrier:
A Life Changed by Horses
♣ 2:30-4pm book signing