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Published on June 13th, 2014 | by ssca

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Call for Vendors and Artists for 2014 Japanese Fall Festival

Springfield Sister Cities Association announces call for artists and vendors for the 2014 Japanese Fall Festival to be held September 12, 13, 14th at Nathanael Greene / Close Park’s Mizumoto  Japanese Stroll Garden. The attendance at this Festival has been approximately 12,000 people the past several years, so you don’t want to miss your chance to participate as a vendor this year!

Note to artists and vendors: It is the goal of SSCA to keep this event as authentic as possible. We ask that you give us as many details as you can about the products in your booth. Images would be appreciated.

The SSCA Isesaki Committee will review applications and try to limit it those that

are authentic to Japanese culture and tradition.
are authentic to gardening / landscape practices.
are not in direct competition with items SSCA has available in the souvenir tent.

Space is limited. If you meet our qualifications as a vendor, we suggest you get your space reserved now! Deadline for assignment of booth space is August 10th. Cost is $100 per space.

Click here to download Call For Vendors and Artists and application form for 2014 Japanese Fall Festival


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Springfield Sister Cities Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people of the City of Springfield and people of similar cities in foreign nations acquire a consciousness of each other and to understand one another as individuals, as members of their community, and as part of our global community.



One Response to Call for Vendors and Artists for 2014 Japanese Fall Festival

  1. Christina says:

    Could someone please tell me who the vendor was at the festival that had the Japanese Maples, plants, bonsai and planters?
    Thank you

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