Welcome to Middletown Day! The fall festival boasts activities for all ages including a business and community showcase, craft fair, live local music, children's activities, emergency response demonstrations, a petting zoo, hayrides, flea market, food court and more. Event is rain or shine.
We are currently looking for the following type of exhibitors and vendors for Middletown Day:
Business & Community Showcase Exhibitors
Business Exhibitor: any exhibitor engaged in promoting and marketing local business.
Non-Profit Exhibitor: any exhibitor providing a public service and supported by donations, membership dues, or fundraising activities and who exhibits for the purpose of attempting to raise funds.
Artist/Craftsperson: any exhibitor displaying or selling hand-made original works created by the artisan.
Market Place Vendor: any exhibitor engaged in selling or attempting to sell merchandise, this includes authors advertising their published books.
Farmers Market Vendor: any exhibitor engaged in selling home grown produce or food in its natural state. If the food is “cut”, this would classify as a Food Vendor.
Food Vendor: any individual group, organization, or business engaged in the sale or offering of food or beverage. The classes of food vendors are established based upon the following:
Main Food Vendor: vendors who prepare, package or offer items on-site for on premise consumption and/or vendors who serve a beverage. Examples of this include, but are not limited to: fried chicken, gyros, hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, and seafood.
Snack Food Vendor: vendors who prepare, package, or offer snack food items on-site for on premise consumption. Examples of this include, but are not limited to: popcorn, roasted nuts, frozen dessert, fresh fruits cups, fried snack foods, and funnel cake.
Coffee/Beverage Vendor: vendors who prepare, package, or offer only beverage items on-site for on premise consumption. Examples of this include, but are not limited to: flavored coffees, lemonades, and specialty sodas.