2017 Festival Vendors - We will begin sending out applications for the 2016 Festival in the first week of January. Thanks!!
Interested in becoming a food or craft vendor at the MAPLE SYRUP FESTIVAL? Please read the following guidelines - If you believe your items would be allowed, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 812-967-4491.
IMPORTANT VENDOR GUIDELINES
►LM SUGARBUSH LLC must approve your items. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a vendor. We will send applications to prospective vendors in early January.
►NO commercial items such as sunglasses, NO direct sales, plastic items, 31 purses, etc. allowed. WE ONLY ACCEPT RUSTIC, HANDMADE items.
►$50.00 booth fee and application must be received by February 26, 2017
►Booth fee is a flat fee–It doesn’t matter if you are coming one weekend or both weekends.
►50% of fee waived for vendors who demonstrate their craft or live in Washington Co. Indiana.
►Fee is non-refundable.
►INDOOR space is NOT available, unless you are an existing vendor and you have had an indoor space in prior years.
►ELECTRICITY is NOT available to outdoor vendors.
►ELECTRICITY is VERY LIMITED to indoor vendors.
► There is a $5.00 electricity fee for indoor vendors who wish to use electricity. No electric heaters are allowed.
►LIABILITY INSURANCE is MANDITORY if you are selling edible items.
►You are allowed to bring your own canopy, tent or pop-up canopy, please secure your canopy, pop-up, or tent with stakes.
►You are required to bring your own tables, display shelves, ect.
► LM Sugarbush LLC provides one bale of straw to each vendor at no cost. Additional straw is available to purchase at $3.50 per bale, or you are welcome to bring your own.
►You are allowed to use kerosene heaters (NO ELECTRIC HEATERS). You must supply your own kerosene.
► Each vendor booth will receive 4 meal tickets for pancake or waffle meals to use over both weekends.
►Set-Up is Friday, 4-8pm before each weekend.
Please contact LM Sugarbush LLC if you have any questions!
Earth Drops Soap
Earth Drops natural herbal handmade bath soaps are healthy, moisturizing face & body skincare products. Earth Drops natural herbal soaps are 100% vegetable based using the finest saponified oils of olive, coconut, rice bran, and 'GMO' free soybean; along with other natural wholesome ingredients which may include avocado, grapeseed, caster, pure essential oils, nuts, herbs, honey and milk to achieve the highest quality in our many different soap varieties. They even have a product designed especially for pets!
Pixley Knob Ceramics
Our wonderful friends located right down the road in Henryville, Indiana. All of their ceramic products are handmade and wood-kiln fired. They offer a funky and unique collection ranging from cups, bowls, mugs, vases, and a little bit of everything else!
This award winning winery is from Elizabeth, Indiana. This booth was a huge hit last year!! They offer samples to the over 21 crowd and have a wonderful selection to purchase from. They even offer a delicious maple wine and a maple spiced cider. Yummy!!
Hot Off the Lathe
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A newbie to the festival this year. Hot Off the Lathe offers a wonderful collection of hand-turned items, such as shaving brushes and hunting accessories.
John Pia - Blacksmith
John is a newbie this year to the festival! He will be demonstrating his craft live at the festival – a must see!! His work is beautiful and we can’t wait for him to attend!!
Rags to Rugs
Beautiful handmade rugs, pot holders, and much more. We have several of their rugs at the farm and not only are they durable and easy to clean, the rugs are unique and add a little country flair to any room.
Midwest Trading Goods
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Handmade leather items such as cuff bracelets, hair barrettes, belts, wallets, and so much more. They can customize items while you wait. Excellent craftsmanship and wonderful products.
Taylor Rose Historical Outfitters
From Charlestown, Indiana, they are your source for any historical reproduction clothing article or film prop. Their booth is a blast to the past where you can explore clothing items from the early American time period.
Delicious Kettle Corn!!!
Native American jewelry and clothing
Nature books, wall hangings and goats to pet
Hand made soap - we use it all year
Primitive weapons - bring your knives to be sharpened