The event offers both indoor and outdoor booths and will be held rain or shine. Vendor Applications and booth fees are due at the AAO (or AAO PO Box) byJuly 20 to reserve a spot (spots are assigned on a first come, first served basis).
"If you'd like to pay using a credit/debit card, you may do so via PayPal on our website at the following link http://www.oswegoarts.org/fundraising/." said Jackie Neveu, AAO treasurer. "You must also turn in your application, which can be mailed to our PO Box, given to any AAO Board Member or scanned and e-mailed back to [email protected]"
Vendors do not have to be a member of the AAO to have a booth and the festival is free and open to the public. Food will be available at reasonable prices on site throughout the day and there will also be small make-and-take craft projects for children and adults.
According to Neveu, the event have live musical performances throughout the day by a variety of local musicians, include the New Horizons Band and Chorus groups, Marcella Slater on harp, and many more.
"We had a lot of visitors last year and heard good feedback, so we're expecting an even better turnout this year," she added.
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For more information, call events coordinator Sandra Dowie 315-947-6000 or visit http://www.oswegoarts.org.