Events

Broker Breakfast Series

Held twice a year in the spring and fall, this invigorating Series hosted by the Economic Development Committee, is an informational and educational forum for commercial real estate brokers. Its purpose is to create strong partnerships between real estate, developers, municipal and community leaders to keep commercial vacancies low and business prospering in Southborough.

Who should attend: Commercial real estate brokers, developers, investors, lenders, new enterprise, employers, public officials, private business, and commercial property owners, residents, other interested parties.

Upcoming 2018 Broker Breakfasts: TBD

Past Events:

When: Friday, September 22, 2017, 7:30am – 8:45am

Where: St. Mark’s School

Putnam Family Arts Center, Taft Hall

25 Marlboro Road, Southborough, MA 01772

Click here for driving directions.

Thank you for joining us for this exciting, free Broker Breakfast and Networking Event, as Southborough’s Economic Development Committee (EDC) talks about revitalizing our Downtown Business Village District, Main Street. Welcoming Guest State Representative Carolyn Dykema. The EDC will provide an overview of the Downtown Business Village Survey, Michelle Landers, Executive Director of ULI Boston/New England Urban Land Institute (ULI) will talk about the Technical Assistance Program (TAP) and stakeholder involvement. Claire Reynolds, of Southborough’s EDC, will share an update on the Main Street Reconstruction Project and partnership with Main Street Businesses.

Did you miss the event? Click here to view Breakfast on YouTube.

Do you want to be a future panelist? Email Pam DiGiovanni now for more information on how you can be apart of this innovative series.

Check out our 2016/2017 past events, click here.

 

Heritage Day Festival

Southborough’s Heritage Day Festival is a classic New England community fair that is held every year in the fall.  The fair kicks off with a parade and hosts a variety of local vendors.

Monday, October 9, 2017 – Thank you for coming out!

2017 marks the festival’s 44th year, and the 2nd year the Economic Development Committee hosted a vendor table at this popular event! We were able to reach out to many residents and visitors during this festive event. Thank you for stopping by. We appreciate your interest and support.

In 2016, the EDC hosted its first table, hallmarked by the release of the Town’s first Shop Local Business Directory, Shop SOBO.  Pictures from the 2016 and 2017 event.

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