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« on: July 02, 2006 08:56:12 PM »

I just received information for the Orange County Street Festival and the Gordonsville Street Festival.  I attended both last year and did great and had a wonderful time.  This years events are taking place as follows:  Orange Street Festival September 9th from 9am - 5pm.  You can check out this link to get an application http://www.orangevachamber.com/news.asp?itemnum=105&ctype=calendar  Click on the contact us link and either call or email them.  Booth spaces are $95.00 for non food vendors, spaces are 10 x 20.

The Gordonsville Street Festival is on October 7th from 9am - 4pm.  There is no website listing for this one, but you can write to GVFC Auxiliary PO Box 232 Gordonsville, VA 22942.  The Gordonsville Street Festival will be on the same day as the Firemans Parade (which means more people will be there).  You have to register by Sept. 2nd or they charge a late fee.  Booth rentals are $40.00 or $45.00 if you want electricity (which is on a first come first serve basis).  Spaces are 20 x 10. 

Hope this information will be helpful to some.
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