Frequently Asked Questions About Marigold Days
When is Marigold Days?
Marigold Days is ALWAYS held the weekend after Labor Day. In 2016, that date is September 10-11. Check the website for set-up times and for special events like the Field of Flags Dedication.
How can I become a Flea Market Vendor at Marigold Days?
There is a link to this information and the registration forms here and on each page of the website. Cost of each space, space size and available amenities is listed in the info pages. Just click, download and send them to the address on the form. Cost of each space is $65.00 if we receive your paperwork and check before August 1. After that, the cost per space is $70.00. Spaces are approximately 15 feet deep and 20 feet long. Vendor spaces are priced for the entire weekend. If you are only planning to stay for one day, the fees are not pro-rated or reduced.
How can I become a Food Vendor at Marigold Days?
Currently all the spaces for this year’s Marigold Days are taken. If you want to be placed on our waiting list, email Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org Cost of the food vendor space is $350.00.
Is there still a Crafters’ Tent?
No. Some crafters rent their space in the large park pavilion at Riverside Park. This pavilion is full. Cost for these spaces is the same as the rest of the Flea Market.
How many vendors participate each year?
Last year we rented just over 200 spaces to 140 vendors.
How many people attend Marigold Days?
It is estimated that between 10,000 and 15,000 visitors attend Marigold Days each year.
Where can I park?
Parking is allowed on most city streets (unless posted otherwise by homeowners). Some streets directly adjacent to the festival are posted as No Parking to ensure pedestrian safety. Additional no parking is posted along the parade route from Saturday night to Sunday late afternoon. Handicapped parking is available at no charge in the parking lot on Highway 57 across from the park.
Is there a charge for attending Marigold as a visitor?
No. However, some activities organized in conjunction with Marigold Days like the Firemen’s Breakfast, the Saloon’s street dance and the Theater Company’s melodrama do require tickets or a free will offering. The 5K Stagecoach Run and the Softball Tournament also charge an entrance fee. Forms for these activities are located on each page of the website.
Who should I contact about specific events?
Please refer to the Contact Us page. You may also contact us by email at email@example.com. Emails are acknowledged as quickly as possible with an answer to your question or a referral to the committee member who can help you.