Frequently Asked Questions

General

Answer: HANDICAP PARKING is also available through the Southern Blvd Entrance

Answer: There is FREE parking available for patrons on the west side of the park which is accessible through the Southern Blvd Entrance. Limited offsite parking is also available with a shuttle service from the Heart Center parking lot, locate just south of the park, on Southern Blvd.

Answer: There is a $5 admission fee for adults and children 12 and over.

Answer: The event is one day, September 29th, 2024 from 9:00 to 5:00

Vendor Guidlines

  • 14’ x 14’ spaces at $145.00/space, $185 after August 31st with a limit of 4 spaces.
  • Must sell handmade products.
  • 22’ x 30’ spaces at $360.00/space, $400 after August 31st with a limit of 2 spaces per vendor.
  • 20’ x 25’ spaces at $210.00/space, $260 after August 31st with a limit of 1 space.
  • Food that is prepared and consumed on site.
  • 14’ x 14’ spaces at $155.00/space, $195 after August 31st with a limit of 2 spaces.
  • Food that is Pre-Packaged that is not to be consumed on site.  Food must be produced under Ohio Cottage Food Laws.
  • No flea market material.
  • Only Food Concessionares can sell food that can be purchased and consumed during the event.
  • No vendor will be permitted to sell knives of any size and shape, guns (new, used or antique), brass knuckles, night sticks, martial arts weapons, etc.
  • 15’ x 15’ space at $110.00/space, $150 after August 31st with a limit of 1 space per vendor.
  • Non-Profit organizations are considered informational only with the exception of a fundraising project.

Vendor Info

Answer: You will receive an updated set of regulations 2 weeks prior to the event.  Some of the basic guidelines from past events include:

  • Tents: All vendor tents must be fire rated. Please ensure that the tent material is fire resistant and meets the required fire safety standards.
  • Staking: Secure your tents and structures using approved methods that do not pose a fire hazard. Avoid using stakes or methods that may damage underground utilities.
  • Fire Extinguishers: Each vendor booth must have a working fire extinguisher readily accessible. Ensure that your fire extinguisher is in good condition, properly charged, easily visible and is either accompanied by a proof of purchase date within the last year or a current inspection tag.
  • Electrical Wiring: Any electrical wiring within your booth must be installed and maintained in compliance with local fire codes. Avoid overloading electrical circuits and use approved surge protectors as needed.
  • Open Flames: Open flames, such as candles or exposed flames for cooking, are strictly prohibited within vendor booths. Please utilize alternative methods for cooking and display purposes.
  • Combustible Materials: Avoid the use of flammable or combustible materials within your booth. This includes straw, hay, or other highly flammable decorations or floor coverings.

Answer: Vendors can apply online starting on April 15th.

Answer: Vendor parking will be available in the paved lot just off Southern Blvd. You will receive additional information two weeks prior to the event. Additional parking passes will be available for an additional $20.00 per vehicle/ space permitting the morning of the event.

Answer:

  1. Arts & Crafts - 14’ x 14’ spaces at $145.00/space, $185 after August 31st with a limit of 4 spaces.
  2. Non-Profit - 15’ x 15’ space at $110.00/space, $150 after August 31st with a limit of 1 space per vendor.
  3. Food Concession (must be pre-approved prior to submitting an application)
  4. Food Vendor (Pre-Packaged) - 14’ x 14’ spaces at $155.00/space, $195 after August 31st with a limit of 2 spaces.
  5. Commercial - 22’ x 30’ spaces at $360.00/space, $400 after August 31st with a limit of 2 spaces per vendor.
  6. Political Spaces - 15’ x 15’ space at $500.00 with a limit of 1 space per candidate.

Answer: Saturday setup is available from 10:00 AM until 5:00PM. Gates open at 6:00AM on the day of the event. Setup must be completed by 8:00AM.