2020 Dates:  September 19th & 20th
Sat: 10am - 6pm    Sun: 10am - 5pm

Education Area

The following additional rules and guidelines for consideration for being an education area vendor.  All vendors acknowledge they will abide by these rules per the submission of your application.

These rules & requirements are supplement to the overall general guidelines noted in previous page.

PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT ANY PAYMENTS UNTIL YOU HAVE RECEIVED YOUR APPLICATION!

2020 Education Area Vendor Application

There is a $5.00 Convenience Fee

2020 Education App Fee & Social Options

WHAT THE FESTIVAL PROVIDES

  • An educational experience for 3,500 participants and over 200,000 visitors
  • Security
  • First aid facilities
  • ATM Services
  • Trash removal
  • Comfort stations
  • Continuous entertainment on multiple stages
  • Information booth
  • Event marketing and publicity
  • Quality control
  • Crowd control

EDUCATION: All participants in the education area must provide interactions in the form of games, hands on activities, story telling or other educational resources that would have been appropriate or available in the mid 19th century. Items can be sold if applicable so long as they conform with our festival guidelines. Further questions can be directed to your area chairperson.

SET UP: May begin on Friday at 12:00 p.m. until dark and again on Saturday from 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. ALL VEHICLES MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE FESTIVAL GROUNDS BY 9:00 a.m. ON BOTH DAYS WITHOUT EXCEPTION. 

CONTRACTS: Contracts are non-negotiable and NON-TRANSFERRABLE. If you are accepted into the festival, please do not send someone else in your place because they will not be allowed to set up. If you are sharing a booth, both dealer names must appear on the contract.

QUALITY: The quality control committee reserves the right to ask vendors to remove items not appropriate for sale or decor.

BOOTH APPEARANCE: All tables are to be supplied by the dealers. Tables must be skirted to the ground with materials appropriate to the mid-19th century. No plastic shelving will be allowed. Please use wooden crates, boxes or similar containers to display merchandise. STORAGE BOXES MUST BE COVERED IN AN APPROPRIATE MANNER. Plastic or aluminum lawn chairs are not permitted. No canvas, canopies, or other privately owned coverings will be allowed except at night for booth coverings. One wooden chair and one straw bale are supplied to you per booth area.

ACCEPTANCE: All applicants are carefully screened. You will be notified by mail or email of your acceptance into the Festival.  Notifications will be made after the application deadline date.  Please contact your area representative if you do not receive notification after thirty (30) days of the application deadline date.

DAILY RAIN POLICY: In the event of rain, goods may be protected by plastic or similar material. Rain gear is acceptable. You may elect to set up after 9:00 a.m., however no vehicles will be allowed to enter the grounds between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturday or 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. During this time, set up will be at each participant’s discretion. Under wet conditions, it will be acceptable to spread straw in your area. If participants follow the rain policy guidelines, their status will not be in jeopardy for future Festival participation.

TEAR DOWN: Vehicles may not enter the property or line up on the grounds or on city streets prior to the 5pm end of the festival.

INSURANCE: The Johnny Appleseed Festival Board suggests each vendor provide their own liability insurance.

For any questions, contact your area chairperson at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.