The Orange Business Association was formed to sponsor, promote, operate and or engage in community activities and projects in and around the Orange, Massachusetts area in order to encourage and/or enhance social events, bring together the retail/service and manufacturing business in the area to provide for the general welfare of the community and foster a sense of spirit and pride in the community.




Presented by the Orange Business Association

Columbus Day Weekend

October 12, 2014

In friendly Orange, Ma.

Due to renovations at Butterfield Park, Celebrate the Harvest is moving to the Orange Airport located on Airport Rd. off East River St.

The Celebrate the Harvest Parade will begin at 1 PM.

Division 1 will line up at Congress St parking lot, Div. 2 will line up on Congress St., Div. 3 will line up on King St., Div. 4 will line up in Witty's parking lot., Div. 5 will line up on S. Main St., Div. 6 will line up on E. Myrtle St., Div. 7 will line up on W. Myrtle St., Div. 8 will line up on Carpenter St. Div. 9 & 10 will line up on S. Main St. after Carpenter St.and will proceed to the Orange Airport going east on East River Street.: S. Main St will be blocked off during the parade.

The Celebrate the Harvest Craft Fair will be held on the grounds of the Orange Airport. If you’re familiar with the way the Central Mass. Steam, Gas and Machinery Association Engine Show sets up each year, that’s where the OBA Celebrate the Harvest Events will be.

The North Quabbin Cruisers will bring and expand the Columbus Day Sunday Car Show to the Airport as well, with LOTS of room for more cars.

Celebrate the Harvest is a fun, family friendly event. The celebration includes a Car Show, Craft Fair, and a Parade. Click on one of the links in the menu for more information on each.

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To learn more about the friendly town and see what you can do in the area, click on the Points of Interest link.




Questions or comments, Use the link at the left to E-mail us

or contact Jay Deane

OBA President