Ballston Spa, New York (September 13, 2017) – Brookside Museum announced today that it is seeking craft vendors for its Juried Artisans Market, to be held at the Saratoga County Historical Society at Brookside Museum (SCHS @ Brookside Museum) from November 25th – December 23rd .
This is the 17th annual market and features only hand made- hand crafted products created by the vendor. The market is open to the entire capital district and is heavily attended by people in Saratoga County. The museum utilizes social media, posters, email blasts, press releases and media announcements, our newsletter and website to promote this eagerly anticipated event.
“I know so many people who wait for the market opening to do their holiday shopping. It’s the perfect place to find distinctive and one-of- a-kind gifts. It’s wonderful opportunity for crafters of all kinds”, remarked Gayle King, Museum Director.
The Juried Artisan Market is held at SCHS @ Brookside Museum, 6 Charlton St., Ballston Spa, NY 12020, and is open to the public from Saturday, November 25 through Saturday, December 23 during museum hours: 10am – 4pm, Tuesday through Thursday, 10am – 8pm Friday, 11am – 5pm on Saturdays and 12 noon – 4pm on Sundays. The Artisans Market is staffed by museum employees. SCHS @ Brookside Museum handles all sales tax and pays vendors 60% of the sale price of their items. Booth fees are $30 for a 4’x4’ area and $45 for a 4’x6’ area. A limited number of booths with electricity are available for an additional $10 per booth. Vendors must provide a typed (preferably digital) inventory list. Vendors are responsible for their booth set up; tables and shelving will not be provided by SCHS @ Brookside Museum.
Interested vendors should contact Beth Silvestri via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or via mail at
Attn: Beth Silvestri
6 Charlton St.
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
To learn more about SCHS @ Brookside Museum, visit: http://www.brooksidemuseum.org/
About SCHS @ Brookside Museum
The Saratoga County Historical Society at Brookside Museum inspires community memory and tells the story of Saratoga County. SCHS is vital to the growth of our community because it unifies and strengthens communal bonds, fosters exploration and discovery about shared heritage, exercises imaginations, and provides inspiration for societal growth. We promotes a deeper understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of Saratoga County’s past for an audience of diverse backgrounds and levels of interest through interactive education programs, innovative exhibits, ambitious web programming, personal experiences, and enduring relationships.