Vendors Sought For Mountain Arts And Crafts Celebration

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Friends of Cloudland Canyon State Park have increased the outdoor space for vendors for the Mountain Arts and Craft Celebration. The application deadline has also been extended to Sept. 6 for the outdoor spaces.  

Friends of Cloudland Canyon State Park is a 501 C 3 charity and all funds raised will be used to support and maintain the park. The event will be hosted within the park.

Artists, crafters and musicians are being solicited to present their creations and talents at the Mountain Arts and Craft Celebration at Cloudland Canyon State Park on Nov, 2 and 3. All items must be handmade by the artist and reflect the culture around Lookout Mountain and surrounding areas.

Ten by ten foot outdoor spaces are $30 and the funds will be used to benefit the park. For more information, call Friends of Cloudland Canyon State Park at 706.406-3440 or visit http://www.cloudlandcanyon.org and click on the Upcoming Events tab. 

The celebration will attract a large number of visitors to the park and there will be food and music to enjoy will visiting the vendors booths and displays.

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