Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Glade Sun

July 24, 2012

Apple Festival seeks artists, craftsmen and authors

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland Homesteads Tower Association (CHTA) is seeking vendors for this year’s Apple Festival, which will take place Sept. 22-23 on the grounds of the Tower Museum, at the junction of Highways 127 S and 68, just south of Crossville, Tn.

This two-day festival draws visitors from across the region and paid attendance is generally in the 7,000 range. In addition to the many vendors, the festival features live music, a variety of foods, including beans and cornbread, barbecued pork, hotdogs and hamburgers, fried pies, and specialty items.

Outdoor spaces are 12x12 feet and cost $40 for the weekend. Author’s works must be original and craft items must be handmade by the exhibitor ― resale items are not permitted. Those interested are invited to download an application from the CHTA website at  http://www.cumberlandhomesteads.org/applefest.html or call (931)456-5699 to obtain an application by mail. The deadline to submit an application is Aug. 31.

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