Organizers of the 16th annual Fall Festival and Marketplace are looking for sponsors, vendors, and volunteers. The rain-or-shine event is Saturday, Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Fall Festival includes a marketplace, crafts, and other specialty items, live entertainment, and a pumpkin decorating contest. (Visit the event's Facebook page)
The event will again include the always popular Auto Show; show participants pay a fee that supports educational programming aimed at fighting reckless and distracted driving. To read more about becoming the show or becoming a sponsor, vendor or volunteer, click here
The Fall Festival uses many volunteers to be successful. Plan to give a few hours to this fun, community event. Junior/Senior High students are welcome to pick shifts. Sign up early and get a good shift (or two).
Support this year’s event by being a sponsor, patron or vendor. Sponsorship levels range from $250 to $750; patron levels from $25 to $100. For more information, visit the OHSPA Fall Festival website or contact Megan Meinerding at 567-868-4446.
If you are interested in participating as a vendor, here are the basic costs. (Learn more)
- Artist/business booth ($125)
- Art/business corner booth ($150)
- Non-profit booth ($50)
- School group booth ($50)
- Food vendor-no electricity ($125)
- Food vendor with electricity ($150)
- Food truck no electricity ($175)
- Food truck with electricity ($200)
- Table rental ($10)
- Returnable deposit ($50)
Returning this year is the always popular Auto Show; show participants pay a fee that supports educational programming aimed at fighting reckless and distracted driving.
All show entrants are entered in a drawing ($100 value). The show also has special guests lined up. The entry fee is $20 for per truck, car or motorcycle, and includes special show T-shirt, goodie bag, entry for many door prizes, and more for the first 100 cars registered. Trophies will be awarded in seven categories. Staging and day-of-show registration begin at 9 a.m. (Check out last year’s gallery)
The 2018 show raised more than $5,500 to increase awareness and promote an anti-distracted driving curriculum via Impact Teen Drivers.
For more information, visit OHFFautoshow.com or contact David Kanarowski at firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-686-4044.