Street Fair Vendor Info.

Welcome to the Community Festival Street Fair Applications Page!

The Street Fair is a beautiful Village filled with fabulous wares, unique art and most importantly Community Groups that are the root of the Festival. The ComFest mission statement is more than a slogan. It’s the prescription for the changes ComFest collectively wants to see in the world. The ComFest Street Fair Committee works diligently each year to select an exciting and diverse collection of Vendors that help us showcase Community Arts, Shops, Services and Community Groups.

 


To download an application, click on one of the category names below.

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Potential Vendors – Download the appropriate application, fill it out, and send it with the appropriate fees, and deposits to the listed address – all applications MUST be received by April 20, 2016. Accepted Vendors will be notified by June 1, 2016 – if you are NOT accepted your application, materials and checks or money orders will be returned.

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    THE STREET FAIR IS JURIED

    Community Festival Street Fair is a juried event and receives over 600 applications for only 200 spaces, so be sure to read the application carefully, and to include all requested materials and infoThe deadline for applications is on or before April 20, 2016 - NO EXCEPTIONS.  All applicants will be notified of the jury's selections by the first week in June.  If an application is not accepted, the entire packet is returned along with any associated fees.

    PETITIONERS

    ComFest discourages petitioning unless from a booth on the Street Fair, but, in the spirit of free speech, the Festival does permit petitioning - HOWEVER - the Festival does not allow petitioning in the middle of streets, in front of Street Fair booths or stages, in beer or wine booths, or in any place that impairs safety or impedes the flow of the foot traffic. Petitioners will be asked to step back onto the curb, into the grass, or otherwise to move out of harm's way; one may roam the park, but not walk the streets nor interfere with the event operations. 

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