Over the last weekend in September, the Marshfield Fairgrounds will play host to a big event of small proportions: the Big Mass Tiny House Festival.
Bringing together two dozen tiny houses, vintage campers, school bus conversions, gypsy wagons and other types of miniature dwellings, the event is a collaboration between Arlington-based non-profit Miranda’s Hearth and the United Tiny House Association, a nationally-known group which hosts for-charity tiny house festivals around the country.
Photo via United Tiny House
Since beginning in March 2016, the United Tiny House Association has donated more than $500,000 raised over eight festivals to more than 60 different non-profits, ranging from building housing for homeless veterans and transitional housing for battered women to children’s hospitals, volunteer fire departments and no-kill animal shelters.
United Tiny House Association was founded by John Kernohan and his wife Fin, who have lived for nearly seven years in their 304-square-foot home, known as “Beloved Cabin.” The owners of a number of tiny structures, they did not expect the festival to grow so large.
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