Held Saturday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in historic downtown Crabapple, Crabapple Fest will again see the City of Milton and nonprofit Crabapple Community Association (CCA) combine to put on one massive destination festival.
To talk about the festival, ask questions or spread the word, use #crabapplefest on Facebook and Twitter.
Click here for directions to historic downtown Crabapple. For driving directions, use 765 Broadwell Road Milton, GA 30004.
To sponsor the 2015 Crabapple Fest, click here.
There are opportunities for volunteers of all ages and abilities during vendor set up and before and during the festival. Shifts for individuals and service groups are available in three-hour slots.
For more information on volunteering, contact Peyton Jamison, president of the CCA and volunteer coordinator for the event, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.323.3454.
Each volunteer will receive a traffic vest for demarcation during the festival, and free drinks and snacks during their shift.
Please note: The City of Milton and/or CCA will certify youth and service groups requiring documentation of work completed.
Crabapple Fest, Milton’s long-running and popular art and antique festival, is now accepting vendor applications for the Oct. 3 event.
If you are interested in taking part in this time-honored tradition, click here to visit the vendor portal hosted by festival partner Crabapple Community Association (CCA).
Organizers welcome 19th century American Country furniture, primitive antiques, shabby chic items and unique pieces of art in all mediums - oils, photography, jewelry, textiles, pottery and quilts. Spaces are limited, so apply early.
Antique vendors, local juried artists and merchants from all over the Southeast will be on hand, in addition to loads of children’s rides, games, a full day of entertainment and great local food.
Last year’s event had more than 30,000 attendees, and was the biggest festival in Milton’s modern history.
Vendor fees are tax deductible as the Crabapple Community Association is a chartered, non-profit organization. Proceeds benefit local community programs, scholarships and non-profit charities.