Included in the fee are your space and two vouchers for entry to the Festival on Saturday at the Garrett County Fairgrounds on Route 219 in McHenry ( Deep Creek Lake), Maryland. You will be sent an e-mail verifying that you have two entrance vouchers. Please print the e-mail and bring it with you to show at the ticket both at the entrance to the fairgrounds (Vouchers for vendors without e-mail addresses will be mailed). As in years past, parking is free. Tables and chairs are available for a rental fee as noted on the application.
To ensure your space, please complete either a Vendor Application
or a Food Vendor Application and return it
together with the appropriate fee as soon as possible. Spaces are
allocated based on a variety of criteria, however, the order in which
we receive the paid applications is of greatest importance. We make
every attempt to ensure that duplication of vendor offerings will be held
to a minimum. .
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Vendors whose applications are denied will be notified as soon as
The Board reserves the right to reject applications for any of
possible. If your vendor application is accepted, details regarding
set-up and your complimentary admission vouchers to the
Saturday festival will be sent/e-mailed by May 15. No refunds
will be made after May 15.
the following reasons: late entries, duplication of art and/or
crafts, appropriateness of the art or craft, issues regarding
display, or any other reason the Board deems applicable.
Information regarding lodging close to the fairgrounds is available
through the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce website or by calling the
Chamber at 301-387-4386.
If you have any questions and for additional lodging options, please contact Vendor Coordinator Judi Schiff by e-mail at
email@example.com. For general festival details, continue to visit the festival website at www.highlandfest.info.
Note: Ornamental edged weapons are legal for sale; however, full double-edged dirks (boot knives) and butterfly knives are not. The Scottish ornamental dirk and sgian dubh are considered legal as one edge is flat and unsharpened.