|2017 RED DOOR MARKET VENDOR APPLICATION|
Location: 1 Memphis Place & DeSoto Arts Council Hernando MS
Event Date: November 12, 2017 Application Deadline: September 15, 2017 (extended if space is available) Applicants will be notified regarding acceptance by September 22, 2017
* ALL ITEMS MUST BE HANDMADE
* 3 photos (booth shot NOT required)
* Non-Refundable $25 Application Fee
(applied to booth fee if accepted
*Indoor Booths Fee $75
indoor booth - $65 for DeSoto Arts
*Outdoor Booths Fee
(must supply your own tent) $45 outdoor
For DeSoto Arts Council Members
* Description of each Art/Craft,
including the creating process
* Website, Facebook
Page, Etsy Shop, etc. (if available)
You must provide a gift item(s) from
your booth totalling at least $20 prior
to November 3rd.
The Red Door Market is a fun shopping experience offering unique Handmade gifts, including jewelry, fine art, pottery, food, wood working, handwovens, bath & beauty, home decor, handbags, candles, and more!
It will be held from 11-6 on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 1 Memphis Street, a fully restored 1930s cottonseed warehouse and the DeSoto Arts Council, the newly renovated Historic City Hall building. These locations are directly across from each other which allows continual shopping from one to the other.
Set up will begin Sunday morning at 9:30 AM, November 12, 2017.
Dismantling of booths will begin NO EARLIER than 6 PM that evening.
Wall booths are approximately 8' x 8', and center aisle booths are approximately 6' x 6'. Outside booths are 10' x 10' (you must provide your own tent). You will need to provide your own tables/chairs/displays - no chairs or tables are provided.
Nothing can be displayed in front of your booth and nothing can be stored behind your booth. There must be a cloth covering your table to the floor in front and on sides so nothing stored under the table can be seen.
This will be a promoted event
registered with the Mississippi State
Tax Commission. 7% Sales Tax must be
collected by each vendor and will in
turn be collected by the DeSoto Arts
Council at the end of the event for
payment to the State of Mississippi.