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3 Days of Fun at Lee Founders Weekend 2017

August 18, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Lee Founders Weekend 2017Come out and help celebrate the town of Lee’s annual birthday! Lee Founders Weekend 2017 is scheduled for September 14th through the 17th and promises three days of fabulous food, music, and fun in the Berkshires.

Lee, MA turns 240 this year and Lee Founders Day Weekend is the town’s annual birthday bash. Founders Weekend not only celebrates our hometown and all those who have helped to make it the great place but also its bright future! Come out and help us celebrate in small town Berkshires style with our Founders Day Parade, Duck Derby, Taste Of Lee, live music, arts and crafts, and so much more.

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Attend the 22nd Annual Lee Founders Weekend!

September 5, 2016 by Corey A. Edwards

Lee Founders Weekend 2016It’s time once again to roll out for Lee Founders Weekend 2016 in Lee, MA! Scheduled for September 16th through the 18th, 2016, this free, 3-day, Berkshires festival is a very popular event.

Lee Founders Weekend is a full weekend of fun for everyone. Come out and enjoy what is shaping up to be yet another three days of perfect weather, fabulous food, amazing music, and fun activities!

A traditional, hometown celebration, you wont want to miss the annual parade, arts & crafts vendors, Duck Derby, vintage tennis tournament, sidewalk sales, and more!

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Celebrate Lee Founders Weekend 2015!

September 4, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Lee Founders Weekend 2015It’s the town of Lee’s annual birthday celebration – Lee Founders Weekend 2015, scheduled for Friday, September 18th through Sunday, September 20th. Don’t miss this popular, annual Berkshires event!

Lee Founders Weekend 2015 is 3 days of fun in the Berkshires with food, live music, arts and crafts, contests, a parade, sidewalk sales and street vendors, duck derby, community block dance, and much more. Best of all, out-of-towners are not just allowed to attend but are encouraged to join in the fun – the more the merrier!

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