Festival falls just down the road from Turnersville

September 26, 2013 by  

The 6th Annual Stratford Fall Festival will get October off to a roaring start with a day of family entertainment and activities.

During this event, people will have the opportunity to enjoy a large craft show featuring jewelry, handcrafted products, preserves, and produce, as well as a classic and antique car show with makes and models from across many years.

There will be an assortment of entertainment, many games, and lots of food vendors to keep the bellies full and happy. This event is held outdoors so people are reminded to dress appropriately and bring sunscreen for the children. The entertainment for this event is provided by roving performers. Currently, the fall festival is still accepting vendors, but they must bring their own tables, canopies, and chairs, and should note that no electricity is available.

This event is free to attend and 10,000 plus attendees are expected, so vendors might well benefit from some preparatory printing of digital business cards . The Stratford Fall Festival will be occurring on Saturday, October 5, with the doors opening at 10:00 am at the Samuel S. Yellin School located at 111 Warwick Road in Stratford, New Jersey, a five-minute drive from Turnersville. To find out more about the festival, please visit the Stratford Fall Festival website or call 856-783-1094.

Vendor set up time is 7:30 am and all vendors must be fully set up by 9:00 am, so that they are ready to offer their goods when the doors open. Vendor registration forms are available online.

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