Applications are being accepted for arts and crafts vendors for the Outagamie County 2012 Farm Technology Days.
“Our objective is to showcase handmade items,” said event chair Ann-Marie Karweick. “Many people have contacted us with great products, but they must be handmade.” To ensure quality, the vendors will be juried by committee members.
In order to be listed in the show program, applications must be received by May 21.
For full details and an application, visit www.outagamiefarmtech.com/events.php and download the application form. Interested parties should have a Wisconsin Tax Account number and proof of liability insurance. In addition:
• Booth spaces are 10×10′. All displays, inventory and equipment must fit within this area. The booth fee is $150 for the three day show. Double-sized booth (20’x10′) fee is $300
• Attendance for all three days of the show is mandatory. All booths must be open and prepared to sell from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on July 17, 18 and 19
Questions should be directed to arts & crafts chairperson Deanna DeBruin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are open for the Heritage Village which will showcase antique or simply old farm machinery.
To qualify, machinery must be older than 1975 and need not be in pristine condition. Any type of machinery is welcome, according to Heritage Village Chair Lee Shaw, “I tell people we want all colors!”
To apply, visit www.outagamiefarmtech.com/pdf/Heritage_Village_App_Form.pdf or contact Lee Shaw at 920-982-9800 or email@example.com.