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FALMOUTH — The Tercentennial Committee is seeking applications from vendors, exhibitors, crafters and nonprofits interested in participating in Falmouth Fest & Old Home Days on May 26.
Organizers said the family-friendly festival is expected to attract several thousand people from Falmouth and surrounding towns, with musical entertainment, roaming performers, food, old-fashioned games and races, demonstrations and other attractions. It is one of three signature events designed to celebrate the town’s 300th anniversary.
Businesses, retail vendors, artists and crafters are invited to sign up for a display booth, at a cost of $100, to promote, market or sell their goods and services. Community groups, booster clubs, and nonprofits are invited to have free booths that highlight their organization. This could also include providing an activity or offering dessert concessions.
The deadline for applying is April 30. Applications will be reviewed and approved by the organizing committee. See the website, at www.Falmouth300.org, for more information.