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Our Lady of the Assumption School

Vendor Information



Saturday, December 5, 2015

10 am to 3 pm

Set up

Friday, December 4, 2015

3 pm to 7 pm

Dear Crafter/Vendor,

The Fair Committee at Our Lady of the Assumption School is busy planning our Annual Christmas Fair. This year, the fair will take place on Saturday, December 5th from 10am to 3pm. We will be holding the fair at the auditorium in Our Lady of the Assumption School, located at 40 Grove Street in Lynnfield, Massachusetts.

The proceeds of the fair go directly to Our Lady of the Assumption School, a non-profit Catholic elementary school located in Lynnfield, MA with students from many surrounding towns. We are committed to grow its popularity which increases the exposure of our crafters, artists and vendors. We want this to be a fun and profitable event for all involved. Our goal is to be to promote our fair as a unique shopping experience. In an effort to maintain a variety of crafters, all applications will be reviewed and categories will be limited.

If you are interested in renting space at the OLA Sugarplum Gift & Craft Fair please complete the attached application and return it with a check payable to “The Angels of OLA”.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns: angelsofola@verizon.net

Thank you for your time. We hope to see you at this year’s fair.

Lyn Mason

Sheila O’Toole

Craft Fair Committee Coordinators

Please mail completed applications to:
OLA Craft Fair Committee
199 Salem Street
Wakefield MA 01880

Click link below for:

Craft Fair Application in PDF Format

Craft Fair Application in Word Format


Rules and Regulations

All applications must be postmarked by September 30, 2015. Applicants will be notified of acceptance / rejection not later than October 31, 2015.  Checks must be made payable to “The Angels of OLA”.  Checks will be returned if the vendor application is not accepted.

1.         OLA Sugar Plum Gift & Craft Fair aims to create a unique shopping experience with a diverse selection of quality art, crafts and wares.  All applications will be reviewed and selected in an effort to minimize duplication of product presented at the fair.  We welcome any pictures or additional details of your product to help assist us in the selection process. 

2.         Displays will be inspected for appropriateness of items.  Garage sale, flea market, or animals not allowed.  Weapons of any kind, including toys are strictly prohibited.  The committee reserves the right to request the removal of any items that are inappropriate for a school-sponsored craft fair.

3.         Once application is confirmed, payment is considered non-refundable unless we are able to re-sell the space by November 15, 2015.

4.         All vendors are responsible for their own set-up and take-down.   

5.         All vendors are expected to be in their reserved space during the fair. 

6.         We have gone to considerable effort to allow for the maximum number of booths, and to allow for a proper and safe aisle space. Expect to be asked to move if you are in any way outside your marked space. Vendors should bring their own tables if they did not rent from us.  The spaces are EXACTLY 8 feet by 6 feet – spaces are adjacent to each other.  Please bring an appropriate set-up to fit in an 8 by 6 space unless you choose to rent one from OLA.

7.         Only those vendors who have applied and been accepted by the Craft Fair Committee are allowed to sell their wares.  Unless specified on the application, tables cannot be shared or sublet with unapproved exhibitors.

8.         Upon acceptance, written notification will be sent with instructions for booth setup, location and tear down.  Exhibitors must park in designated areas after unloading. Violators will be towed at owners’ expense.

9.         Exhibitors must be in place by 9:30 am on Saturday.  If not, the exhibitor is considered a “no show”.  Breakdown will not begin until the end of the fair on Saturday at 3 pm.


It is our commitment to host a successful show and to ensure the enjoyment and comfort of both the visitors and the exhibitors who attend.