Please note that there is a different contract for each Fall and Spring. Please fill out a contract for each season. You may reserve the same space as last year   if you have your resrvation in by May 1 or Sept 1. Earliest postmark or email date has preference after May 1st/Sept. 1. You supply your own display material (tables, awnings, etc.). Booth may be set up after noon on Friday. Foods are not allowed without prior approval and must be packaged. Vendors selling foods, or giving out food samples must furnish proof of liablity.

There is no rain date and the festival will be held regardless of weather. hours are from 9 am to 4 pm each day. The Society reserves the rights to deny access to and exclude from its festival, notwithstanding vendor applications, any vendo whose exhibited goods are not in harmony with the purpose of the festival. No swords or knives with the exception of pocket-knives 5" and under. No realistic looking toy guns, or guns that fire projectile. The Society reserves the sole and exclusive right of such determination.

The Society cannot be held responsible for any accident, theft, breakage, damage, or other loss suffered by the exhibitors and their possessions on the grounds or enroute to or from the festival.

You will be check in at the front driveway and allowed to drive one vehicle onto the grounds to quickly unload then caome back to inish your set-up. If you have more than one vehicle please instruct them to wait in the parking area until you return to them. We appreciate your cooperation, as it is a strenuous and trying time on the day of the set-up for all of us. Map to grounds is located on Map & Contact page of this website.

Make checks payable to Macoupin Co. Historical Society for $50 ($55 after 9/1 in Fall and after 5/1 in Spring) & mail to :
Booths: Nancy Mihalek - 217-556-4853

              804 East Main Street in Carlinville.


CLICKING ON THE PAGE TITLED "Booth Signup Contract" and for best printing success, right-click on the image of the Contract and print it like you would print a "picture" that was on-line