Bring the family out to the 2009 edition of the Fall Faire. This annual tradition will feature a Car Show on Saturday, a BBQ contest on Saturday, a FREE kids zone, various entertainment, and all kinds of goodies to eat. Free Parking.
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Loomis Thursday Night Familyfest
5801 Taylor Road Loomis, CA 95650
date of event: May - August
THE LOOMIS THURSDAY NIGHT FAMILYFEST will begin the first
Thursday of May and continue through the last Thursday of August from 5pm – 9pm .
This weekly event will be located in the historic Loomis Train Depot Plaza where the
annual Loomis Eggplant Festival is held. The weekly, family market will include over
100 craft/business vendors, classic car cruise- ins and weekly entertainment. Also
included will be a local farmer’s market, kid’s fun zone, food court and a beer and
wine garden. A variety of live music and dance groups will also be included in the
17 week schedule.
Hayward Hills Swap Meet and Flea Market
25976 Carlos Bee Blvd. Parking Lot H, Hayward, CA 94542
Held every Sunday.
$30 - each space is the size of 3 parking spaces - approx. size is 18'x27'
Allow A&C, commercial and food
contact_name: Mark Edelman
Brand new swap meet/flea market open every Sunday on the
beautiful campus of California State University at East Bay. Free parking. Free Admission. Great bargains.
Los Banos Tomato Festival
Oct 8-9, 2011
403 F St, Los Banos, CA 93635
Rhonda Lowe (209) 704-4384
Booth Fee: $250 for 10x10 A&C Food
This is a true food
festival with everything focused on
tomatoes. We'll have celebrity chefs, cooking demonstrations, kids activities,
vendors, entertainment and more!
2nd Annual Way Out West BBQ Championship
July 3, 2010
221 North Center Street, Stockton, CA
contact: email@example.com Ben Lobenstein 415.683.0784
booth fee: 10 x10 = $100 before 6/6/10, $140 after A&C COMM
The 2nd Annual Way Out West BBQ Championship is being
in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Taste of San Joaquin in Weber Point in Downtown
Stockton. Taste is the premier San Joaquin celebration of everything local; local
entertainment, local food, regional wine and the West Coast’s best BBQ! All proceeds
from this event benefit local businesses, local charities and the improvement of
School-Force Flea Market
3100 Saint James Rd., Belmont, CA
Date: Apr 25, 2010
contact: Rose Lee
Booth Fee: 10x10 $15 A&C Comm Food
This Flea Market is to raise money for the
Belmont/Redwood Shores School District
Mark Twain's Wild West Weekend
June 12, 2010
760 HWY 50, Zephry Cove, NV 89449
Booth Fee $74 for 10x10 A&C
contact: Emily Abernathy 530-543-6114
themed festival featuring live entertainmen,
chili cook off, Vendor Fair, Kids activiites, and a Tahoe chili cook off
May 8, 2010
601 Dennis St.,Diboll, TX 75941
Booth fee: $60 20x20 A&C Comm Food
contact: Crystal Williams 936-829-4888
Website & App: http://cityofdiboll.com/
Fiesta Days Rodeo
April 9th- 11th, 2010
Cave Creek, Arizona
Contact: Kim Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org
Booth_fee_and_size: 10'x10' $200 Arts & Crafts Commercial
Morgan Hill No Bull BBQ Cook Off
17000 Monterey St., Morgan Hill, CA
Booth fee and size: 10 x 10 - $110 A&C and Commercial
contact name: Chris / Gerrie Bryant 408.779.9444
Do you like to Barbeque? On May 8, The Morgan Hill Chamber
of Commerce and the Kansas City Barbeque Society are teaming up for the Morgan Hill
No Bull BBQ Cook Off. If you like to cook or eat barbecue, this is the event for
websiite url: http://www.mhnobullbbq.com
link to application: http://www.mhnobullbbq.com/forms/vendor%20form-2.0.pdf
TRIBAL FUSION FAIRE VII
SLO Vets Hall - 801 Grande Ave. San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
December 18&19th 2010
10X10 craft commercial food
Lost Dutchman Days
February 26th, 27th, 28th, 2010
Zephyr Cove Resort's Mark Twain Days
760 Hwy 50
Zephyr Cove, NV. 89448
Saturday, June 12th 2010 $100 for a 10x10 tent A&C, Commercial, Food
Emily Abernathy 530.543.6114
This event is Western themed and will promote Mark Twain's route through Tahoe
Meridian Square Fair/Bazaar
4698 Meridian Avenue, San Jose, California (Branham Ln. and Meridian Ave.)
Held monthly: Dates March 27, 2010 Arts and Crafts and commercial allowed. Booth fee is $75. Contact Nada Kennon 408-732-2811. www.AlphaZetaEvents.com
Family Life Center, Oak & Sycamore
Wofford Heights, CA 93285
Saturday, March 20, 2010
10 x 10 $100 (includes $50 ad in program/newspaper)
accepts A&C and commercial.
Luz Polcik 661 803-2012
Clovis Big Hat Days
Quartzsite - Tyson Wells Events for 2010
QUARTZSITE 2010 SHOW SCHEDULE
IMPORTANT: 2009-2010 SEASON REQUIREMENTS
FOR VENDING IN THE
TOWN OF QUARTZSITE, ARIZONA. You'll need a City Business License to do shows in the area. Arizona Transaction Tax License (AZ Tax ID Number)
Holiday Super Swap / Clothes
Swap Party & Marketplace
Sunday 11-15-09 12 noon to 6pm Free Admission
2106 South Susan Street Santa Ana, CA 92704
Vendors needed: A&C Commercial Food
8' tables & 10x10 spaces $45
Free Event / Swap Party with Holiday Theme and marketplace
email for more info:
Roseland Holiday Craft Fair
1777 West Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
Dates: December 5-6
Booth Fee: $50/1 day; $75/2days; 8'x7' space
Contact: Marie Riebil
Phone: 707-540-0102 ext 225
Details: Roseland University Prep is hosting a
Craft Fair on December 5th & 6th at the Southwest Santa Rosa Youth Center. We hope you will support their fund-raising efforts and come enjoy beautiful and unique crafts, a bake sale, food, photos with Santa and more! If you are looking for goodies as gifts you have found the right place. Free Admission and Free Parking.
Quail Lodge Retirement Holiday
Location: 4850 Deer Valley Rd. Antioch, CA
Date: December 5. 2009
Booth fee and size: no charge
contact name: Karen DeWild
contact phone number: 925-778-7453
We need vendors for our holiday bazaar
Antioch Fall Faire. PLEASE READ STORY/REVIEW/SCREWJOB
Event has been shortened from two three-day-weekends to a single 2-day event and has been renamed and re-invented. Click on link above to see how vendor's got screwed this year.
Sat, Nov 14 and 15. 10:00a to 5:00p
at Contra Costa County Fairgrounds. Antioch, CA
Bring the family out to the 2009 edition of the Fall Faire. This annual tradition will feature a Car Show on Saturday, a BBQ contest on Saturday, a FREE kids zone, various entertainment, and all kinds of goodies to eat. Free Parking.
Price: $5.00 (13 and over), Free (12 and under)
Phone: (925) 757-4400 Vendor Spaces 10x10 $160
Suisun City Open Market
Date: Saturday, December 5
You are cordially invited to participate in our Annual Open Market,which will take place at the scenic downtown Suisun City Waterfront. This year we will include over thirty vendors selling various items to showcase each merchant’s talents. The Open Market takes place the first Saturday of every month May through August, October and December from 10:00am until 5:00pm
If you have any questions concerning our upcoming events please feel free to call us at 707-290-9329 or email email@example.com
All spaces provided are 10x10, and vendor must provide
own tent and table. Spaces are $75.
Spaces are $75.We reserve the right to review and refuse any application. There will be ABSOLUTELY no breakdown until 5:00pm. There will be a $25.00 fee if found doing so.
Saturday, April 11, 200 910 AM - 5 PM all day - free event
Civic Center Plaza (link to googlemaps)between Asian Art Museum and City Hall San Francisco, California.
vendors: • Main Entrance Booths $1,500• Food Booths $1,200 2nd booth $600 (does not include health and food permits from City of San Francisco) • Businesses $900 • Arts/crafts/textiles $700
• Non-profits/public service $350
Buddha Image Procession and Parade
Suukhwan/Baci New Year Welcoming Ceremony
“Buffalo Roaming” - Story Writing on Life Size Herd of Water Buffalos
Kato Lao Championship Demonstration
Tam Maak Huung/Green Papaya Salad Contest
Kite Making and Kite Flying
New Year Water Splashing Activities
Khene Music with Master Bounseung Synanonh
Lam Folk songs with Mr. Khamta Mounisay
Traditional Music and Dance Performances
click here to see program listing
Events in Yuma: vendor application
Electric Light Parade
December 11, 2009
Old Town Jubilee 2009
January 8th, 9th & 10th, 2010
Yuma Lettuce Days 2009
January 22rd, 23th, & 24th, 2010
Yuma River Daze 2009
February 12th, 13th, & 14th 2010
Yuma Crossing Day 2009
February 13th, 2010
March Breezes On Main
March 12th, 13th & 14th, 2010
The Bloomsday Festival
March 20th, 2010
March Breezes on Main Arts and Crafts Festival, Yuma, AZ March 12-14, 2010. The last of four events on Main Street in downtown Yuma. vendor application Food and Craft booths $175 (3 days) 10x10; $250 for 10x20. website YumamHeritage
|Another Kern River Valley opportunity
for VENDORS is
LIVING GREEN IN THE KERN RIVER
VALLEY (March 27-30,
Key documents you can download & print out: Dialup people, be patient. These things take time to download.
Our 1-page SMALL
POSTER lets anyone know at a glance what Living Green is all
There is a 'Green Expo" all day Saturday, March 28 in Wofford Heights. 26 vendors already signed up (as of 2-12-09)
Crafts Market. March 14-15, 2009. Festival Pavilion,
Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA.
website for more info and listing of vendors.
10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Daily Admission $7, Children 12 & Under FREE
(San Francisco, Calif.) The Contemporary Crafts Market will return to San Francisco’s historic Fort Mason Center March 14-15, 2009, and will showcase over 230 of the nation’s finest artists and their distinctive works.
As the premiere event for one-of-a-kind functional and decorative crafts, the show will present a broad range of pieces including intricate jewelry, unique glassware and ceramics, hand-painted textiles, custom furniture, mixed-media creations and much more. All items on display and for sale have been jury-selected for their exceptional quality.
All the work in these shows is made by the participating artists. All the artists are residents in the United States. The participants have undergone a rigorous screening process to qualify as participants in this show and we are proud to showcase them.
2009 Pacific Orchid Exposition.
Thur, Mar 5 - Sun Mar 8. Held at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
Landmark Buildings A-E
Thu Mar 5 (6:30 - 10:00 pm)
Fri Mar 6 (10 am - 6 pm)
Sat Mar 7 (9 am - 6 pm)
Sun Mar 8 (10 am - 5 pm)
Get ready to grow "Green...with Envy" at the 57th annual Pacific Orchid Exposition (POE), March 5-8 at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
Known as one of the top three orchid shows in the country, the Pacific Orchid Exposition boasts over 150,000 orchids from around the globe. The theme for the 2009 POE is "Green...with Envy" and will highlight orchid preservation and eco-friendly growing tips. In addition to the plethora of orchid displays, there will also be tours and potting demonstrations. The event will open with the prestigious Gala Benefit Preview Night, March 5th, where guests can enjoy wine from 22 Northern California wineries, delicious hors d'oeuvres, live music, a silent auction and more. The hosts of the Pacific Orchid Exposition, the San Francisco Orchid Society, will be awarding its annual $7,500.00 scholarship award to a Cal Poly horticultural student.
For more information, please visit www.orchidsanfrancisco.org
DANDELION DAYS, Jackson, CA vendor application
Saturday and Sunday, March 20th and 21st, 2010, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., in Downtown Jackson. The Annual St. Patrick's Day Dandelion Days Celebration is a family-oriented event, and it's lots of fun! It includes an outdoor bazaar and flea market featuring antiques, relics and collectibles, arts and crafts, and much more.
is 10' X 10' (this is the only size available; for more space, you may
purchase additional booths). The cost for each booth will be $90.
This is for two days (no refunds are offered if you cancel after
2/15/09). You must provide your own tables and sales fixtures.
Booth set-up is permitted the Friday before the event (March 13th,
No persons are permitted in the booths after selling hours; booths will be patrolled Friday and Saturday nights. No electricity is provided, and no generators are allowed
Mother's Day Arts and Crafts Fair
LOS BANOS TIGER SHARKS ANNUAL
"It's a Beautiful Day in the Park"
Saturday and Sunday, May 9-10, 2009 9:00AM-5:00PM
2009 Cherry Blossom Festival - Southern California
Blossom Festival will be held in the Little Tokyo district of Downtown
Los Angeles on Apr 4-5, 2009. Hours of the event are: Sat 10:30AM-6:30PM
website: http://www.cherryblossomfestivalsocal.org/index.htm vendor application
Celebrate the advent of spring the way the Japanese do, by honoring the delicate, short-blooming sakurai at the Cherry Blossom Festival. One of the ways to celebrate the coming of spring is to attend the Cherry Blossom Festival of Southern California. It was a great way to spend quality time with family and friends while taking in a variety of entertainment, vendors and food.
The yearly festival takes place in Little Tokyo on San Pedro between 1st and 3rd streets. The location allows one to explore more of Downtown Los Angeles, including Little Tokyo and Chinatown.
During the two-day event, tons of performances took place- from demonstrations of the martial art form Aikido, taiko (Japanese drum playing), to Hawaiian/Polynesian dances. For adults, demonstrations for making origami balls with strips of long paper are available
Bite of Seattle
July 17-18-19, 2009 at Seattle Center, Seattle, WA.
FESTIVAL HOURS: Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.Sunday 11 a.m. - 8
Vendor spaces are $400.
Bite of Seattle Serves up the Food and Fun! The 27th annual Comcast Bite of Seattle presented by Emerald Queen Casino surpassed records and stretched waistbands with a successful sensory overload of sights, sounds and smells this past weekend at Seattle Center. The event attracted 500,000 visitors and provided the chance to relax and savor the summer sun at the Northwest’s premier food festival. Read the full story here.
Sounds like a nice event to try many different foods. We thought about doing this festival several years ago. If you have ever been a vendor at this event, let me know how it went. We sell necklaces, wrap-skirts and a lot more. (www.DandLCREATIONS.com) They get several hundred thousand people for this, but I really didn't feel as though we would get very much business at a festival where people came mainly to eat, etc. We make our yearly trip to Oregon during this time to do the Coos County Fair and other Fairs and we were considering extending our journey into WA. You can find out about other events and read our reviews of shows we have done at Starving Vendors
February 2009; scroll down for more February 2009 events
2009 Lake Havasu City Winterfest
24th Annual Winterfest held downtown along McCulloch
Blvd. Reasonable fees for booths; check vendor application-fees vary.
Bus License is require along with insurance.
We did this event for a number of years but didn't make much of a net profit because we drove out from the Bay Area and stayed in a motel 6. (This particular Motel 6 was located about 2 blocks from our space)
This really draws a large, slow-walking crowd but they looked like zombies strolling down the street, looking neither to the left or to the right. Most of them could care less...just enjoying the nice weather this area usually has to offer during the month of February. Some snow birds; mostly locals.... virtually all of which did not spend and we didn't see a lot of them carrying bags.
We have two micro climates existing on the street. If you are faced toward the sun, it can be a pleasant, warm day with occasional breezes and you can wear your shorts and t-shirts. While on the other side, you get very little sun and often you'll need winter clothing and the wind is much colder as it whips its way around the booths.
We will not be doing this event, since we will be at Tyson Wells at the Arts & Crafts Fair (Space PQ-2) until around Feb 15. I've enjoyed Havasu over the years and we had several good shows there, but we are getting older and we would rather set up once for 17 days instead of for a 2-day show. Lots of food there. You'll enjoy.
2009 Houston International Boat, Sport & Travel Show
The 2009 Houston
International Boat, Sport & Travel Show,
Reliant Center at Reliant Park, Houston, TX January 2 - 11, 2009
One of the largest in the country with more than 1,000 luxury yachts, sailboats and powerboats and 450 exhibits, will open its doors, January 2-11 at Reliant Center.
The ten-day show, which annually attracts more than 150,000 visitors, also will present the latest in campers, RV accessories and services, travel trailers, and camping equipment. Many dealers at the show will offer pre-season savings and discounts.
Besides more than five football fields of boats and exhibits, those new to boating can visit the show's "Discover Boating Center" allows those new to boating to pick up valuable information on boater safety; tips on how to buy a boat, and more. Seminars on how to secure a captain's license; the how to's of wakeboarding and water sports; and the latest in fishing for Redfish and Bass also will be presented. Also at this year's show is the ever-popular Fish-O-Rama, which allows kids of all ages to try their hand at reeling in a prize catch. It's a great opportunity for all ages to experience the fun of fishing. Choose to catch and release, or keep the fish to take home!
Reliant Center at Reliant Park January 2 - 11, 2009 Friday January 2th 5:00 PM-9:00 PM
Saturday January 3th 10:00 AM-9:00 PM
Sunday January 4th 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Monday - Friday January 5th - 9th, 1:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday, January 10th 10:00AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday January 11th, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Vendors: listed in Craftmaster News. Need to call 713 526-6361 for info, fees, application, etc. 150,000. attendance. 500 booths
Bell Rock Arts and Crafts Show
December 20-21. Sedona, AZ. Bell Rock Arts and Crafts Show. Presented by Donna Campbell.
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair
Desert Arts Festival.
Jan 24-25 538 North
Palm Canyon Drive, Frances Stevens Park, Palm Springs, CA Show hours: Sat/Sun
Fine art festivals featuring exceptional artists and craftsmen offering high quality original artwork, from throughout the Western United States. Frances Stevens Park at Alejo in Palm Springs. 818-709-2907
Dec 13-14. Arts and Crafts Fair, Warner Park • Oxnard St. &
Topanga Canyon Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA Sat/Sun 10-4PM.
Att: 10,000. Booths 100
Over 100 Fine Artists Display Original Hand-Made Works in Ceramics, Glass, Mixed Media, Photography, Etchings, Jewelry, Paintings, Sculpture, and Water Color. Admission is Free! Food Vendors will provide a tasty menu selection! Bring the whole family and have a fun time at the 40th Annual Arts & Crafts Faire!
Vendor info: At least 50% of the artist’s work on display must be original. Only works representative of juried submissions may be displayed. Manufactured, imported or production-line works are not allowed. You have to describe how products were made. $275 single space, $440 double. Deadline was Nov 12. Think about it next year. Listed in Craftmasters.
Fresno Hmong New Year Festival.
December 26-Jan 1.
Fresno Fair Grounds 1558 N 9th Street, Fresno CA 93703 Contact Info:
Vendor Applications: Vendors who wish to reserve a booth space may contact HINY immediately. Demands for booth spaces are extremely high. To reserve your favorable spot, contact us today.Please contact HINY at the following:1558 N. Ninth StreetFresno, CA 93703Ph: 559-487-1012Fax: 559-487-1015
This event is held at various cities in California, Wisconsin and Minnesota at various times late in the year.
Since the Hmong arrived in the United States in 1975, Hmong Year Celebration has become a part of American culture. Of all such events, the celebration in Fresno remains the largest of its kind.In order to prepare for the huge Hmong Celebration, Hmong International New Year, Inc. was selected by the community to organize this festive, cultural event.
Hmong International New Year is a non-profit organization founded to preserve Hmong cultural heritage, to promote collaboration and understanding among Hmong and other groups, and to build bridges with the world community.The spirit of community cooperation is reflected in how the New Year is organized and conducted. Since the beginning, the event has been organized and operated mainly by volunteers
KPFA Crafts and Music Fair,
Dec 13-14 Concourse Exhibition Center in San Francisco.
The 38th Annual KPFA Crafts & Music Fair, the largest weekend holiday craft fair of its kind in Northern California, to be held December 13 & 14, 2008 at the Concourse Exhibition Center in San Francisco. Every year, more than 10,000 collectors, craft enthusiasts and holiday shoppers attend this signature event that features 220 craftsmakers and artists from throughout the country , a gourmet food pavilion and live performances by some of the area’s leading world musicians – all in a warm and spirited ambiance that reflects the Bay Area’s great diversity.
Website VENDORS: This event is listed in Craftmaster News and I would believe they are filled up. For informational purposes. booth fees range from $475-900 with 200 booths.
Kwanzaa Gift Show,
Dec 13-14 Join us
for 23rd Annual Holiday Kwanzaa and Christmas Gift Show, from 11am to 8pm
at the Oakland Marriott Convention Center, located at 10th & Broadway in
Oakland. Admission for the Gift Show is only $5 and children under 12 are free.
Holiday Shopping is a fun time for individuals and families! It's a fabulous and
profitable time for creative artist to market and sell their one of a kind
specialty items to many jovial holiday shoppers.
It's also a season when community groups, organizations and corporations come out and support the annual Holiday Kwanzaa Gift Show. As Oakland's and the Bay Area's original African American Holiday Crafts Show, this grand event is in its 23rd year and is undoubtedly committed to sustaining and growing African American crafts exhibitors, small businesses, wholesome families and communities.
Kwanzaa is a unique, non-religious, African American celebration, celebrated from December 26 to January 1 with a focus on the traditional African values of family, community responsibility, commerce, and self-improvement. The celebration of Kwanzaa builds self-respect, unity and respect for those ancestors who worked and made a better life for all of us. Harambee (let's pull together) and let's make this event and all community affairs successful for the betterment of the people and our businesses. If you are interested in being apart of our event, please contact me at 510-534-1594 or email me at spam firstname.lastname@example.org (remove the word spam before emailing for info)
NOTE: For Vendors, This event is listed in Craftmaster News. Booth fees are $575+ for 10x10, attendance 10,000. www.kwanzaagiftshow.com
Telegraph Avenue Holiday Street Fair,
Berkeley, CA. Also Dec 20-21 and 23-24.
More than 200 Artists offer 6 days of Bargain Shopping! 11AM-6PM. 94706
Janet Kleinrjrd20@hotmail.com (510) 234-1013
Yolanda Castillo email@example.com (510) 220-8791
Vendors Info and Applications
Located between Dwight Way and Bancroft Way near the U.C. Campus in Berkeley CA.
Holiday shoppers to the Telegraph business district will be treated to an abundance of good cheer, great music, fine food, and unique and unusual handcrafts by some of Northern California's finest artists.
This fair offers the rare opportunity to buy fine art originals and inexpensive gift items in the same place. Shoppers can choose from a tremendous diversity of arts and crafts, including jewelry, beadwork, wirework, hats, candles, leather work, silk-screened and tie-dyed clothing, pottery, wood crafts, metal crafts, paintings, henna-art, gift boxes, photography and sculptures.
Festive lights, colorful decorations, and a friendly multicultural shoppingatmosphere complete the experience.
Tucson 4th Avenue Street Fair.
December 12-14. There are two Street Fairs per year, one in spring and one in winter. The next Street Fair is December 12, 13, 14, 2008. The Street Fair takes place between Ninth Street and University Blvd. along Fourth Avenue. Free to the public, the Fourth Avenue Street Fair brings together 400+ arts and crafts booths, 35+ food vendors, 2 stages, street musicians, food, jugglers, street performers, “VAN GROW” kids hands-on-art area, face painting, balloons, and tons of other fun activities, then packs them into three days of celebration.
Santa's Helpers Art Craft and Gift Faire
Dec 13-14 at Napa Valley Expo Chardonnay Hall, 575 Third St.Napa, CA 94559
The 17th Annual Holiday Craft and Gift Fair on Saturday, December 13 from 10am to 5pm Sunday, December 14 from 11am to 4pm at the Napa Valley Expo Free parking and Admission
Suisun City Harbor Plaza Open Market.
Dec 6. 2 PM to 8 PM at Main & Solano Streets. There are around 60 booths of vendors
here and this show is combined with other events in the area with loads of
activities for kids, adults. Caroling, Carriage Rides, Santa, Toy Drive, Bonfire
(nice and warm), fireworks and a Lighted Boat Parade. If you wish to be a
vendor, the listing is in Craftmasters. Or you may contact the promoter of the
Market, Debbie Kiikvee, Phone#707 428-4970. Spaces are $75. This is a very nice
community event and the people of Suisun come out for it. We were vendors for
the past three years and will not be doing the event this year for health
reasons. It can get a bit cool and quite windy during the latter part of the
afternoon. If your booth is facing the wind, bring blankets.
5TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY ART AND CRAFT SALE
Dec 5-6. Creekside Community Church, 951 MacArthur Blvd., San Leandro, CA
Get a jump on your holiday shopping with one of a kind art and craft pieces from over 35 vendors displaying all hand crafted items. Show hours are Friday, December 5th, 12:00 noon-7:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 6th, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Lasagna dinner will be served on Friday evening beginning at 5:00 p.m Donate a full sized bottle of shampoo or conditioner and get a free raffle ticket for a chance to win pieces donated by our artists. Call Sharon for information at (510) 430-0607. www.creeksidecommunity.org
March, 2009 Quartz Hill Almond Blossom Festival. IMPORTANT NOTICE
Quartz Hill Almond Blossom Festival.
It's that time of year when we start getting our applications for next year's
festivals and I am pretty certain that all of us (previous participants) have
receive their applications for the Quartz Hill Almond Blossom Festival in March
My wife and I had a very rough time this past March there and we pulled out of the event because we were so disgusted by the way Lee Barron treated us. He has no class and doesn't care about the way he treats vendors. We drove over 300 miles to get there and we refused to stay.
If you want to find out why and hear more about Lee Barron and the Quartz Hill Almond Blossom Festival please read what I had to say about it. My wife was in tears from what he had to say to her. Very humiliating. I spoke to other vendors that did that event and they did terribly. Some left after Saturday because their sales were so disgusting. I am glad we left without setting up. A very very bad show. Has carnival rides and that takes a lot of the money away from the vendors. If you want to listen to my two-cents worth (which is more than I made at this $($(% event) DO NOT DO THIS SHOW. You will not be satisfied. There are other events to do, so stay the heck away. If you are a returning vendor, you pretty know much what I am saying is true. If you are a new vendor who wishes to do this show....my word of advice (and my other vendor friends) is not to even think about it. Stay away. We have been doing events for over 15 years now and never have we been treated so disgustingly.
PASKO EXPO 2008
A Filipino Christmas Celebration
DATE: December 13, 2008 11AM-8PM, an Indoor
EventADMISSION: FREE Parking $6-$1 will go towards
900 Fairgrounds Drive Vallejo, CA 94589
"Pasko Expo" is an event where Filipinos, and actually people of all ethnicities, can come together to celebrate the merriest time of the yearâ€¦.Christmas!In the Philippines, Christmas is the most anticipated holiday of the year. With various town fiestas and parties, people gather from near and far to celebrate with friends and reunite with family.
This year you will not have to miss out on any of the Christmas festivities from back home. "Pasko Expo" is here! This soon-to-be yearly celebration will have holiday lights and decorations, local and international entertainment, delicious traditional food, and much more!The First Annual "Pasko Expo" will be held in Solano Fairgrounds, Vallejo, California.
According to the New York Times, Vallejo ranks on top as the most diverse city in the United States. By holding "Pasko Expo" in such a diverse community, we will bring the love, warmth, and spirit of the Christmas in the Philippines to you, to all Filipinos, and to everyone here in America.We, at "Pasko Expo", would like to invite you, your family, and friends to be part of this fun-filled celebration. 2008 marks our inaugural year, but with your participation and support, we all can make this an annual event to enjoy and to remember, not only for this year, but for every year from now on.
Let's celebrate Christmas the way it's done in the Philippines.A WORD FROM DAVE: I have always like selling at the Filipino Events, but the $300 booth fee for ONE DAY is a bit much to swallow. The first year for this...uh uh. The fee is reasonable for a two-day event, but you must also consider probable adverse weather conditions and the refusal of visitors to spend their money. However, there is no entrance fee for the visitors and that makes for a great (inexpensive) time for them. Should be enjoyable.
129th Bok Kai Festival
Nov 28-29 San Francisco Crystal Fair, Fort Mason, San Francisco
Nov 28-29. Christmas Crafts Fair, Fairgrounds, Auburn, CA
Nov 29. Street Faire, Morro Bay, CA
Nov 27-29 The Craft Fair, Bass Lake, CA 'Pines Village' Bass Lake Christmas Tree Lighting arts and crafts fair, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday and Sunday 9-5, and Saturday 9-9 because of the expected 5000 people coming for the parade and the tree lighting ceremony. This is a big deal up here in the mountains, and the locals really support this annual event. NOTE: A number of scenes from The Great Outdoors, with John Candy and Dan Akroyd were filmed at Dulcey's and other locations within Bass Lake.