A variety of choices will be available to vendors this summer that will benefit both them and the Oneida County Fair. The first opportunity will take place during the Hodag Country Fest on July 11. The fair will host a craft show and flea market at the Pine Lake Town Hall, down the road from the Country Fest grounds. The majority of vendor spaces will be outside, with a limited number of spaces available inside the town hall. This is the first day of the festival with the music starting in the evening, so Country Fest goers will have something to do before the show.
During the fair, a one-day flea market will be held along Oneida Avenue in front of the fairgrounds on Friday, Aug. 2, and a craft show will take place Sunday, Aug. 4. These one-day events will provide an alternative to vendors who may not be able to run a booth the entire four days of the fair. The vendor fee is $25. For more information or to request an application, contact Sue Glentz at (715) 224-2450 or email email@example.com
The Oneida County Fair offers booth spaces inside the fairgrounds to food, retail, service and non-profit vendors from Aug. 1 through 4. To learn more, contact Nancy Gehrig at (715) 362-5684 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.