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Vendors Wanted! Play at Mill No. 5 on Saturday, May 3rd!

 
Play at Mill No. 5 is marketplace event featuring vendors of vintage, handmade, and artisanal items intended for both children and the young at heart.  The event takes place at "A Little Bazaar" 250 Jackson Street in Lowell, MA.

The curators of Mill No. 5 are currently looking for vendors of children's clothing, accessories, and toys as well as other fun, whimsical, over-the-top, colorful and playful goods. 

What you need to know: 
 *Play at Mill No. 5 will be held on Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 *
The application deadline is March 31, 2014 
Unfortunately they may not be able to accept everyone who applies. 
Applicants will be notified of their acceptance status via email by April 4th. 
 The vendor fee is: $60 for one 6' table or $100 for two 6' tables. 
The deadline to pay the vendor fee is April 18th, 2014 . 
You will be instructed on how to do this when you are notified of acceptance. 
 Digs will be a daytime event, running from 12-7pm. 
 The success of this event lays in all of our hands! Please spread the word! 
 For vendor application details please visit: http://alittlebazaarpresents.blogspot.com

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