Please note: This is a tentative date. We will update as more information is made available about the Covid-19 virus and recommendations for social distancing.
Join us Saturday, May 23, in the Belton Recreation Department Gym (former Armory Building) from 10 am – 3 pm for the seventh annual Community-wide Craft and Rummage Sale.
“We are looking for all types of vendors,” said Alison Darby. “From people who want to sell their garage-sale type items to craft vendors and product line sellers, there is room for everyone.”
The gym should be able to accommodate 40 or more vendors. Spots are available for rent, $20 per 10 x 10 space.
Anyone interested can go by Belton Feed and Seed, the News Chronicle Office, City Hall or the Belton Depot in Belton or McCall’s Produce in Honea Path to pick up an application, or visit BAMA’s Facebook page at Belton Area Museum Association. Deadline for application will be May 15.
All booth fees will be split between the Belton Recreation Department and the Belton Area Museum Association to benefit youth programs. Vendors keep all profits.
“If past events are any indication, we expect a huge crowd that day,” stated organizer Alison Darby.
For more information, please call Alison Darby at 864-958-5264 or the Abigail Burden, BAMA Executive Director, at 864-338-7400.
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