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Can I share a booth with another person?
Yes, everyone’s complete information should be on separate applications. There is a limit of 2 vendors per booth.
Will the market be cancelled and rescheduled for inclement weather?
We hope for beautiful weather, however there will be no cancellation due to inclement weather. You are expected to come prepared for any conditions.
I sent an application and have not heard from anyone.
How do I know if I am participating?
We collect and review applications before making a decision about who will participate. The deadline and notification date is posted at the top of the application. If you have not heard from us after the notification deadline, please contact us about the status of your application
Will I have access to electricity?
No, we do not provide electricity. The event ends before dusk.
Can I sell food?
We do permit the sale of packaged food items. GA law says that Meat, Dairy, Eggs, and processed vegetable must have a certification license. Please submit a copy with your registration.
Can I sell goods made by someone else?
No, we accept food, plants and handmade wares made by the artist or grower. We want to be fair to our participants who have put their own time into making and growing their product.
How big are the booths?
10ft x 10ft
About Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm
The Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm is an outdoor agricultural museum that functions as an educational and interpretative facility in northeast Georgia. The farm is unique for its collection of intact historic buildings that exist in their original location and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm Foundation, Inc. was created in 1994 as a non-profit organization established to preserve the existing buildings on the 152 acres. The Foundation’s Board of Directors is represented by members of the Ethridge family and others with interest in historic preservation.
The Farm is unique for its collection of intact historic buildings that exist in their original location. Proceeds from the Market will target specific restoration projects on the Heritage Farm.
“To provide and operate an educational and interpretative outdoor museum that uses historic preservation to increase an awareness and understanding of Georgia’s agricultural and natural history.”