Invitation Only Event
craft items and mass-produced factory items are not acceptable. A
strong preference is given to Native American handcrafted items as
the Indian Arts and Crafts Act.
- All vendors must be fully set up by 9:30 a.m.
- All vehicles must be removed to the vendor parking area by
- No animals will be allowed inside the trade booths
- Vendors will dress appropriately for a Native
event and will
exhibit courteous and respectful conduct to visitors and others. If there is a difficulty with another
vendor, please contact the Vendor Facilitator, rather than handling it
- Vendors, demonstrators, performers, and staff will
neatness in and near their booths.
- Vendors will set up inside, therefore no tents
or awnings will be needed. Set-up must be appropriate for a
- No drugs, alcohol, firearms, politics, smoking or gambling, will be
no sale of imported goods or goods misrepresented as Native made will
grave goods or artifacts removed from burial or archeological sites or
protected animal parts or feathers will be permitted.
Any booth displaying such will be shut down immediately, but be
required to remain intact until the end of the day
committee has the right to close any booth if infractions are
continued. In the
case of continued infractions, the booth will be closed for the
the day. No refunds will be made.
- No music is allowed from the booths, as it will interfere with the sound system.
will abide by all local, state, and federal laws (including the Indian Arts and Crafts Act).
- Full details for vendors will be available along with the application to participate.
Powwow Committee, nor the Jefferson County Board of Education,
will be held liable for any damages or loss. You must supply your
if any is desired.