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Vendor Information - 2020 Fall Craft Fair

Thank you for your interest in participating in The Lewes Historical Society’s Fall Craft Fair. This 2-day outdoor event will be held on Saturday, October 3rd and Sunday, October 4th, 2020 at the Lewes Historical Society campus, located at 110 Shipcarpenter St.  Lewes, DE 19958. 

This premier coastal event will run both days from 10 am until 4 pm (rain or shine), and is well known for it’s high quality vendors, historic location and festive atmosphere. We attract thousands of visitors every year with music, refreshments and our convenient downtown location. The event charges a $5.00 admission fee - children under 12 are free, and all proceeds benefit educational and preservation programs of the Lewes Historical Society. 

Application Rules & Policies 

  1. All work must be original, created by the self-representing artist. No manufactured goods will be accepted. Demonstrations are encouraged, but not required. Artists must be present during the event. No representatives. 

  2. Single day booth rentals will NOT be permitted.

  3. We will do our best to accommodate booth location requests but we can not guarantee specific spaces for vendors. 

  4. No power will be provided at the venue so please come prepared. Internet is available but not guaranteed.

  5. Booth spaces are 10' x 10' and will be assigned once accepted. One exhibitor per space please with no subletting. 

  6. All vendors are responsible for providing their own tables, tents, chairs, linens, etc. No electricity, water hook-ups, props or tables are available onsite. 

  7. A completed application will consist of the following items: (Please note: Incomplete applications will not be accepted.)

  8. A completed online application.

  9. At least 4 (no more than 6) clear photos of your work, including a photograph of your booth. 

  10. Exhibitor fee payment of $300.00 covering the 2-day show. No application fee required. 

Our Mission: The Lewes Historical Society promotes and advocates the preservation, interpretation and cultural enrichment of the Lewes region, through museum exhibits, educational programs, historical research and publications.