Here is the information that you will find helpful during your visit to Duluth and The Park Point Art Fair, June 23 & 24 from 10am -5pm.
BOOTH—All booth spaces will be approximately 10ft. across. There is a printed guide that lists each artist, their medium, city and state, and booth number and includes a map of the grounds.
Please Display your booth number on your booth so it is visible to judges and fair-goers.
BROCHURES—You will receive 30 mailable brochures that you can send to your clientele or bring to local shops, hotels -these help promote the fair and are useful to fair-goers. Please use the poster digitally to email or post. We appreciate your help reminding people to anticipate The Park Point Art Fair.
REGISTRATION Registration and set-up will begin on Friday, June 22 from 3-8p.m.
NO EARLY REGISTRATION PLEASE!! It makes it a very long day for the volunteers if you show up early -Early Birds can be a distraction to the set-up. You can pick up your booth assignment starting at 3pm. Registration will continue on Saturday, June 24th from 6-8 a.m. All vehicles must be off the service road by 9:00 a.m. and parked behind your booth space, where they may remain throughout the fair.
GAZEBO- Fair headquarters. The gazebo will serve as an information center during the fair. Here you can find volunteers, water, and food. Coffee and rolls will be available both Saturday and Sunday mornings from 8-10 a.m.
DINNER and AWARDS—At the close of the fair on Saturday, all artists and their guests are welcome to the dinner and awards presentation in the gazebo. Dinner will be served about 6:00 p.m. with the awards given after that. Please try to join us if you can, it’s always a nice ending to the long day. In case of inclement weather the dinner will be held at the Beach House.
SECURITY—We will have paid security on site from 10 p.m.- 6 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. However, let us emphasize that it is not recommended that you leave your work in your booth overnight. If you do, it will be at your own risk and responsibility.
MISC.—Please remember that there are not pets allowed.
BE PREPARED FOR ANY TYPE OF WEATHER. Weather can change quickly on Park Point, protect your work by carefully securing your tent and make decisions that will ensure your safety and the safety of your work. See additional instructions for more information regarding tent set-up -attached.
Please email if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carla Tamburro PPAF Coordinator