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Art Along the Willow Vendor Early Registration Fee

Price through May 22, 2015 (10 x 10 foot booth space)

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$ 50.00
Art Along the Willow Vendor Double Booth Early Registration Fee

Price through May 22, 2015 Double booth (10 x 20 foot booth space)

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$ 75.00
Art Along the Willow Vendor Late Registration Fee

Price beginning May 23, 2015 (10' x 10' booth space)

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$ 60.00
Art Along the Willow Vendor Double Booth Late Registration Fee

Price beginning May 23, 2015 (10' x 20' double booth space)

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$ 90.00
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Vendor Requirements

•Only quality, personally-made items may be sold at Art Along the Willow. No food sales will be allowed.
•Each standard booth space is 10' x 10'. Double booth space is 10' x 20'. All vendor materials must remain within the allocated space.

•Vendors agree to remain on-site until 3:00 PM, the close of the event.
•Vendors may set up beginning at 8:00 AM. Vehicle access to exhibit area closes at 9:30 AM.
•No vehicles may be parked in the exhibit space.
•Each vendor must have a tent such as an EZ Up tent.

 

Cancellation Policy

•Friends of Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Parks, Inc. will make every attempt to hold this event, rain or shine. However, for the safety of vendors, staff and participants, the event may be cancelled, or ended early, due to severe weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
•No refunds will be made due to severe weather  or unforeseen circumstances cancellation.
•All application fees are final unless application is denied.

 

Contact Us

Phone: 715-972-3247

Email: aaw@willowkinnifriends.org


Organizer

Art Along the Willow is sponsored by the Friends of Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Parks, Inc. (Formerly the OWLs) All proceeds are used to support events and improvements at Willow River and Kinnickinnic State Parks.

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