Saturday – November 18, 2017
More than 250 crafters
will have their handmade items for sale.
Brevard County Press Release — August 4, 2017
Food Vendors Sought for Annual Fox Lake Christmas Festival of CraftsTITUSVILLE, FL. -- The 24th Annual Fox Lake Christmas Festival of Crafts will be held at Fox Lake Park in Titusville on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Only handmade and homemade crafts will be offered for sale at the event, which is sponsored by the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department's North Area Parks Operations.
Registration for both craft and food vendors will begin Monday, Aug. 14, at Sandrift Community Center, 585 N. Singleton Ave, Titusville, FL 32796. For an application to be mailed to you please send a SASE to North Area Parks Operations, 475 North Williams Ave, Titusville, FL, 32796, or email request to email@example.com. Office hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Friday. Selected food vendors will be notified by Monday, Oct. 23.
Vendor selection is based on, but not limited to, application submittal date, price of product(s) to the public, proper licensing, and appropriateness of the product(s) to the nature of the event. Special consideration is given to not-for-profit service organizations. The County reserves the right to limit vendors to one or two vendors per product.
There is no cost to submit an application. A $50 plus tax, non-refundable, special event fee is due from selected vendors by Friday, Nov. 3. For more information about this and other recreation programs in North Brevard, call (321) 264-5037.
Concessions will be available for purchase and the event is free to attend.
Sponsored by the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Department's North Area Parks Operations.
This festival began in 1994 when the traditional Christmas Craft Sale at Sandrift Recreation Center was combined with the fall sale of homemade crafts at Tom Statham Park. The first festival was a immense success with about 100 artisans and 5000 shoppers. The popularity and growth of the festival was demonstrated last year with 12,000 in attendance and more than 250 displays of handmade or homemade crafts.