Interested in being a vendor at our Annual Show? Here’s some basic information:
FLEA MARKET SPACES AVAILABLE
Both indoor and outdoor spaces are available. Each space entitles you to a certain amount of footage. You also receive free admission to the Show. Early registration is encouraged, as space is limited.
Outdoor Food — $155
Outdoor Flea Market, small lot approximately 50′ wide x 25′ deep – $35
Outdoor Flea Market, large lot approximately 30′ wide x 50′ deep – $40
Outdoor Flea Market, large lot approximately 50′ wide x 30′ deep – $40
Indoor Flea Market, 2 tables – $85
Indoor Flea Market, extra table – $5 each
Vendors are responsible for removal of all property not sold, trash disposal, etc.
Set up for our 43rd Annual Show begins on Wednesday, August 29.
On-site camping is available on a first come basis. Power and water are not guaranteed. Not all vendor sites have camping.
Vendors are not charged camping fees for Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday night. Early arrivals are changed a daily $20 camping fee from the time they hook up to water and electricity up to Friday evening. No charge for primitive camping.
Loud and/or prolonged noise should be avoided between the hours of 10 PM and 6 AM.
During show hours, the speed limit on the grounds is 10 MPH. Pedestrians always have the right of way.
When possible, we encourage vendors to park their vehicles in the Reserved Parking area located behind the Village Schoolhouse. This frees up room in the Flea Market area and makes the showgrounds more pedestrian friendly.
COMMUNITY WORSHIP SERVICE
A non-denominational worship service is held on Sunday at 9 AM in the Village Chapel.
On Saturday, Sunday and Monday, breakfast is served from 7 – 9 AM in the Ruth Butler Building.
A variety of food is available for purchase on the fairgrounds. Our popular Pie Sale is held in the Miracle of Life Building. In Antique Village, the Cook Shack offers a selection of soups and sandwiches. The Ice Cream Shop serves up hand-dipped cones and floats. In the General Store you’ll find a variety of baked goods. In the exhibition area, enjoy an ear of our famous “steamed” corn cooked by a Port Huron steam engine.
You’ll find several food vendors on the grounds and there are several fast food and casual dining restaurants located near the fairgrounds.
The showgrounds are nearly all flat and can be navigated easily. All of the buildings are handicapped accessible.
To help you get around, we have a free tractor trolley running during show hours. The route includes stops in the exhibition area, the flea market area, Antique Village, and the parking area.
LOST AND FOUND
The Lost and Found department is located in the Village Infirmary.
Medical professionals are on the fairgrounds during show hours. For assistance, call 420-6594 or 420-6595.
All animals shall be leased. Please pick up after your animal.
No bare feet on show grounds.
No alcoholic beverages are permitted in the exhibition areas.
We are a family friendly show. Appropriate behavior and dress are appreciated.
The U. P. Steam and Gas Engine Association reserves the right to eject from the fairgrounds any person not adhering these guidelines.
The U. P. Steam and Gas Engine Association will not be responsible for any accidents, theft, or damage. We will, however, take all reasonable precautions to safeguard all persons and items.
For more information about the Flea Market contact:
Susan Beauchamp, 906-280-5058 (day)
Anne Chapman, 906-398-7526 (evenings after 6:30, please leave a message)