On September 23 and 24, 2017, New England’s largest tiny house festival is back and this time it’s in Stoughton! For two days, an impromptu tiny house village will form at the Trackside Plaza right next to the train station.

On Saturday there will be scheduled, ticketed preview tours of the tiny houses for enthusiasts who want to miss the lines. Then on Sunday the tiny houses will be joined by food vendors, art activities, local businesses, musicians, tiny house speakers, and more for a day-long free festival.

The BIG Tiny House Festival, which was presented by Miranda’s Hearth in Somerville, MA in 2014 and in Concord, MA in 2016, draws attendees interested in environmental sustainability, economic responsibility, and simplicity from throughout the Northeast. Miranda’s Hearth is a community-based business in Greater Boston that builds community through creativity that is approachable, affordable, and accessible.

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Business vendors will be expected to participate on Sunday only from 12:00-6:00 pm. In particular, we’re looking for businesses or artists that focus on one or more of the following:

• Quality over quantity
• Sustainability
• Locally, handmade items
• Minimalism
• Economic responsibility

The table fee is $50 and is expected upon acceptance to the festival.

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