Main Street Festival Supports BrightStone Again This Year

Hand-painted-Bird-Feeder-yellowUPDATE 4/26/13: Brightstone has some amazing new items for you to treasure at this year’s Main Street Festival. Speed to their booth on Saturday before all the best Tipsy Pots are gone. Tipsy pots are vertical gardens that beautify any space especially at apartments where you can’t plant a garden. Fill them with flowers or fresh herbs.

Yes you heard it right, BrightStone is selling Herbs. Rosemary, thyme, dill, basil, chives, mint and more will be available while they last this weekend. The booth will also have ceramics, little wagons, cookies, their famous fudge and a variety of new mixes. Don’t leave without their peach-mango tea.

A day at the Main Street Festival would not be complete without taking home a Taste of BrightStone!

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BrightStone is an amazing educational environment for individuals with developmental disabilities. “BrightStone exists to provide not only hope, but a life for these individuals where they can find worth every day,” explains their website. Job Skills, work habits, life learning and personal growth in recreational and social activities help these adults prosper.

This year the BrightStone pavilion will be set up near the corner of Main and 2nd Avenue. They will likely have items for sale similar to the ones sold in their “It’s A Spring Thing” sale May 1st – 3rd. Fudge and Fiesta Dip are specialties and were popular last year at the Main Street Festival.

Their Mission is to provide a comprehensive work, social support, and future residential community for adults with special needs, expanding their potential and helping them develop mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. BrightStone gives each adult a reason to get up in the morning and something of value to do. Visit their booth this weekend and find out more.

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