Calling Hardwick Residents to Show Their Interests
in New Exhibition at the 250th Hardwick Fair
Do you cook or can? Do you sew, knit or crochet? Do you paint, draw pictures, write stories or poetry? How about photography, woodworking, welding or stonecutting? Gardening, jewelry making, raising animals, or any interest that you may have? Do you run a business that shows off the kind of work you do? Do you have a talent, skill, hobby or craft that you would like to show?
This years 250th Hardwick Fair will present a new special exhibit featuring Hardwick Residents: Who We Are and What We Do. Its objective is to present and share the diversified talents and interests from Hardwicks residents. This will not be a juried or judged competition.
This is an advanced notice for anyone that may have an interest in displaying in this exhibit. Each participant will be assigned an approximate 3ft. x 3ft. space (floor to ceiling) in one of the buildings available at the Hardwick Fair. Participants will be responsible for their own setup, which will require a card table and backdrop to create their display. Removal of the display, after the fair will also the responsibility of the participant.
Further information, as to setup and take-down time, which will coincide with the fair, will be announced at a later date. As space is limited, this will be treated on a first come, first serve basis. If you are interested in displaying, you may call Jean Comerford at 477-6179 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information. Click here for a registration form.