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Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival Seeking Exhibitors for 5th Annual Show

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The 5th annual Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival at Hale Farm & Village is seeking vendors who produce Ohio-made arts, crafts, and food. This annual celebration of the arts features over 100 vendors from all over the state of Ohio and will be held on Saturday, August 30 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival is an outdoor festival featuring Ohio artists and craft persons, local restaurants, all in combination with the scenic beauty and history at Hale Farm & Village. All products on display must be made in Ohio by the exhibitors themselves. Interested vendors can locate the application online at The deadline for vendor registration is Friday, August 1, 2014.

“Each year we have an outstanding group of Ohio artists join us for the Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival,” said Kelly Falcone-Hall, Interim CEO at Western Reserve Historical Society. “The festival aligns perfectly with Hale Farm’s InHale initiative, which focuses on social enterprise and the improvement of community stewardship.”

The Made in Ohio Festival has grown from humble origins, with attendance climbing to nearly 3,000 visitors each year. Vendor tents are nestled among the historic structures, pastures, and gardens at Hale Farm & Village. Visitors can take a break from shopping to watch the everyday Hale Farm & Village craft and trade demonstrations such as glassblowing, pottery, blacksmithing, and more.

Tent space is $85 for a 10’ x 10’ space for vendors who register prior to June 1, 2014. The exhibitor must supply tents, tables, and chairs. For vendors who register after June 1, 2014, the 10’ x 10’ tent space is $95.

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