Have you always dreamed of being a craft fair vendor or otherwise exhibiting and selling or performing on a small scale? East Texas offers many exciting ways for getting started.
Are you a magician, juggler, dancer, musician or other performer? Are you the most popular hair-braiding person in your group? Want to put people in the stocks? These and many other opportunities are available at the Big Thicket Ren Faire, coming soon on November 9, 2013. If you have wanted to try selling or performing within the Ren Faire commmunity, but are not quite ready for the big faires yet, the Big Thicket Ren Faire is a great place to get your start.
Faire info and vendor/performer info sheets are available at their main website.
The 2013 Show Star Series on October 19-20 is especially inviting the participation of livestock exhibitors who are just starting out in this field. Whether you are involved with 4-H or FFA, all ages are welcome. Registration fees are affordable and include lunch on Saturdya, breakfast on Sunday and the option to use stalls and corrals.
And, finally, remember our famous and award-winning Nacogdoches Farmers Market. Vendors there offer everything you could need, food, furniture, soap, candles, jewelry, bread, toys, clothing, music...the list goes on! They are small scale and have affordable pricing for a booth, so if you offer a locally made or homegrown product, get in touch today!