Home Craft Days is currently accepting applications for vendors. A wonderful opportunity for RTM artisans and crafters!
Wampler Library of Mountain Empire Community College is currently accepting applications for craft and food vendors, authors, antique dealers, and demonstrators of Appalachian handicrafts, for our Home Craft Days 2018 festival. This year’s festival will be taking place on the weekend of October 19th – 21st.
Being an Appalachian heritage festival, we prefer to feature hand-crafted traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, and regionally favored foods. Interested vendors should check out the FOR VENDORS page on the Home Craft Days website to review our festival guidelines, and to complete an application: www.homecraftdays.org/for-vend....
Our booth fees for the two-day festival are extremely reasonable, and are as follows: $100 for craft vendors - artists - antique dealers, $150 for food vendors, and $50 for authors. Demonstrators may sell their merchandise in addition to demonstrating their craft, and their booth fee is waived. If a larger space is needed, vendors can acquire an adjacent space for an additional fee. Deadline for the submission of applications, all festival-related documents, and registration fee payment, is July 31, 2018; after this date a $25 fee will be charged for late submissions.
Those vendors interested in participating in Mountain Empire Community College’s Home Craft Days 2018 festival may contact Krisanne Hickman with Wampler Library by email at email@example.com, or by calling 276-523-7468, for more information.
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