Call For Vendors!!!
Vendor Info and Registration
Holiday Market at Hagood Mill
We invite all artisan/market vendors to sell your handmade items, particularly Appalachian arts and craft items, at our Holiday Market at Hagood Mill, Pickens, SC. The dates for this event will be Friday, Dec. 7, Saturday, Dec. 8, Fri, Dec 14, and Sat, Dec 15.
During these four days we’ll be offering concerts by community choirs, bluegrass/old-time music bands, bagpipes and Celtic groups. Activities will be going on throughout the site and bonfires and Christmas Sing-Alongs will take place. Food trucks will serve during the day and night hours. The site will be beautifully decorated in the old-time style.
Vendors will have a choice of being outside or under shelter with some heat to a limited number of vendors (first come-first serve). Only 1-2 booths per product type and the spaces are 10’ X 10’. Handmade items only. MUST SIGN UP BY DEC. 1ST.
Prices for vendors are as follows:
All 4 days-all day-$60 total for outside vendors; $90 total for *inside vendors
Daily rates (10am-9pm)-$20/day for outside vendors; $30/day for *inside vendors
Half-day rates—10am-4pm OR 3pm-9pm-$15/Half-Day for outside vendors ONLY
No rates include table, chairs, pop-up or electricity
More info and registration will be attached and online. Mail or bring form and payment to 138 Hagood Mill Rd, Pickens, SC, 29671. Checks made to Hagood Mill Foundation. Online website is hagoodmillfoundation.org. For questions or concerns call 864-898-2936 or email . Registration won’t be complete until payment and form are both in. MUST SIGN UP BY DEC 1.
*Inside vendors will be in the Heritage Pavilion—the covered “pole barn.” Plastic will be on the sides and heaters inside.
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