Area arts and crafts vendors are welcome to apply for free booth space during Vevay, Indiana’s upcoming Sleepy Hollow event. Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis and are sized 12’ deep by 14’ wide. The event will be held “rain or shine” on Sat., Oct. 6, 2012 from 9am-4pm around the courthouse square on Main Street. The deadline to apply is Wed., Oct. 3 at 5:00pm.
Applications and guidelines are available by calling the Switzerland County Tourism office at 812-427-3237 or by e-mailing Jenna South at firstname.lastname@example.org. A $15 deposit must be submitted with all applications, and will be refunded at the close of the event. Vendors who make deposits but do not attend will forfeit their deposit.
Placement of exhibitors’ booths is at the discretion of the tourism office. Exhibitor preference will be given first consideration based on space availability and the date the vendor’s application was received. Location may be affected by special requirements such as electrical needs and space. Electrical outlets are available at no extra charge but vendors are responsible for grounded extension cords.
The event will feature live entertainment by jazz singer Toni Deckers of Fishers, IN, an antique tractor show, apple and pumpkin pie baking contests, pet parade, roaming headless horseman and more.
Sleepy Hollow applications and vendor guidelines are also available at the Switzerland County Tourism office located at 128 West Main Street in downtown Vevay. For additional information on lodging, county events and local businesses, log on to the Switzerland County Tourism website at switzcotourism.com or join their Facebook fan page at Switzerland County Tourism-Vevay, IN.
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