MakerTree Park FAQ
Q: What is MakerTree Park?
A: MakerTree Park is a privately owned park space, which is utilized for community events such as Craft shows.
Q: What is the difference between a "Hand-Crafted Artisan Craft Event" & a "Marketplace Event" at MakerTree Park?
A: The events listed as "Hand-Crafted Artisan Craft Events" are solely for vendors who make their own products themselves. The "Marketplace Events" expand to also include local businesses and vendors who may sell mass-produced retail items not necessarily made by the vendor themselves, and/ or other services.
Q: Can I book space at MakerTree Park for my own private reunion, birthday party, graduation or other special event?
A: Yes, MakerTree Park does allow booking of our park space for your special events. Contact us at: MakerTreePark@gmail.com to inquire.
Q: I would like to be a vendor at MakerTree Park events. How do I apply?
A: We're always accepting new vendors for the events at MakerTree Park. New vendors may fill out a vendor application here, and once approved, you may register for the events we have listed for that season. Contact us at: MakerTreePark@gmail.com if you have further questions.
Q: Is MakerTree Park always open to the public?
A: MakerTree Park is a privately owned park and is open specifically for the events listed on the event schedule page. Contact us at: MakerTreePark@gmail.com if you would like to reserve our beautiful park for a day (or weekend) for your own special event.
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We're always seeking new/additional crafters, artists, farmers, local businesses and service providers as well as musician entertainers interested in showcasing their work as a vendor at MakerTree Park! If you're interested in being a vendor, please fill out the application form at the bottom of this page