Jonathan Huggon will be attending the following events and would love to meet you!
Rain or shine, everyone will enjoy a day of community, arts, handmade one-of-kind crafts, a variety of music, see history come alive, have the opportunity to take a selfie with a scarecrow of your choice, and much more at the 15th annual even, between 10am and 4pm on October 5.
Stop by and meet Jonathan!
Lakeville Arts & Music Festival
Located at the junctions of Routes 105 & 18 and Precinct Street (Google 2 Precinct Street for easy directions.)
The Dighton Historical Society is celebrating the role of the strawberry’s history at Under the Sun Farm at 1050 Williams Street, North Dighton, MA 02764.
The festival features strawberry shortcakes, local vendors, live music, u-pick strawberries, hay rides, farm animals, pony rides, and more.
Stop by and meet Jonathan Huggon!
Gorgeous ocean views, 25+ food trucks, Notch Biergarten, artisan vendors, live music and family fun.
Rain Date: June 9, 2019
Jonathan Huggon will be there!
Resource and craft fair sponsored by the Swansea Parents Advisory Council.
Stop by to see photography by Jonathan Huggon. Jonathan will be there to meet you!
St. Nickolas Parish Life Center
499 Spring St
No. Dighton, MA
Jonathan Huggon will be there. Please stop by the All Things Possible booth and say hello!
Please join Jonathan at the OPENING RECEPTION on Saturday, February 9, 2019, from 5-7 PM. This event is held in conjunction with the Annual Sweetheart Stroll.
The exhibition is available during the month of February. Hours very so please check the gallery web site for information.
The six greenhouses at Araujo Farms will be filled with arts, crafts, music, food, and activities for this fun-filled community event. Jonathan Huggon will be there so please stop by his booth and say hi.
Photography by Jonathan Huggon will be on view at the 6th Annual Southeastern Massachusetts Community Resource & Craft Fair in South Dartmouth.
Travel back in time to the 18th century with music, dance, food, vendors, and crafts representing life in Taunton at the time of the American Revolution. Kids can decorate a free Patriotic Pumpkin and join in on the Culper Spy Ring for Little Patriots! The annual Liberty and Union Flag Raising activities will begin at the Robert Treat Paine Statue at 11:30 am followed by a procession to the Old Colony History Museum where the actual raising of the flag will take place. Click here for a list of all activities.