Vendors needed for 43rd annual Toccoa Harvest Festival
Main Street Toccoa is looking for vendors for the 43rd annual Toccoa Harvest Festival.
Christian Hamilton is the Main Street Manager for Main Street Toccoa. He says the Harvest Festival attracts close to 10,000 attendees each year.
The two-day event features over 150 vendors who showcase their homemade, home-baked, or home-grown products.
Hamilton says there’s still time for vendors to sign up for the festival.
Applications are due by September 30th; however, applications can be submitted after that date but a late fee will be charged.
Hamilton says there are many local residents who have already been accepted into the festival.
He says there are other crafters from nearby communities in Northeast, Middle and South Georgia, South Carolina, and as far away as Florida, Wisconsin, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
Vendors will be selling a variety of items including soaps, fountains, jewelry, wooden furniture, pottery, Christmas decorations, wreaths, jellies, candles, children’s clothing, wind chimes, aprons, baked goods, folk art, pillows, and painted glass just to name a few.
Hamilton says anyone interested in being a craft or food vendor in the 43rd annual Toccoa Harvest Festival should request an application from the Main Street Office.
For questions or additional information contact Hamilton by calling 706-282-3309 or by going online to www.mainstreettoccoa.com.