The Stroll Through Texas History is held the 3rd weekend in May each year in Acton, TX at the Acton Cemetery, where Elizabeth Crockett, wife to Davy Crockett, is buried.
The Stroll Through Texas History is held the 3rd weekend in May each year in Acton, TX at the Acton Cemetery, where Elizabeth Crockett, wife to David (Davy) Crockett, is buried.
This event is ALL ABOUT TEXAS! For your products and demonstrations, remember that our focus is Education. Please bring any handouts that will help explain why or how your services or products were used in the 1800’s. Please do not bring any products that are “blingy” or out of context for Texas at that time.
Once approved as a vendor, you will be sent a map with the location of your booth. Merchandise booth fees are:
$25 for 10’x10′
$50 for 10’x20′
For your food items, remember to keep within our main theme of Texas history. Food that would have likely been eaten in the early 1800s. We are seeking vendors that serve beef items like burgers, tacos, chili, ribs, etc. Feel free to serve side items, desserts and non-alcoholic beverages as well.
Food vendor booth fees are $75 per space.
ALL VENDORS will fit within our theme of Texas in the 1800’s. We ask that participating vendors and their staff dress in “old Period Correct Attire” if possible. Men: rough pants or khakis , boots, western shirts (especially collarless), vests, hats, suspenders will be appropriate. Ladies: Prairie Dresses or something similar.
Application and fee must be submitted, no later than, two weeks prior to event.
For more information regarding the event or to receive a vendor application, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.