CNUSD 4th Annual Festival of the Arts
Festival Date: Saturday, March 21, 2020
Start Time 11:00 am
End Time 4:00 pm
Each year at Corona’s Heritage Park, the CNUSD Festival of the Arts showcases district-wide student visual and performing arts achievement with an exciting schedule of live music and performances, a gallery art show of over 700 student artworks, unique product vendors, delicious food and arts activities for the whole family. Please join us in celebrating our students- bring the whole family and plan to spend a lovely, fun-filled day!
ALL vendor fees collected are used to provide prizes and prize monies to CNUSD student artists who are exhibiting their work at the festival.
Participating Vender Guidelines and Instructions
Please read these guidelines as they will be enforced and may impact future acceptance to the Festival.
First of all, we want to say Thank You for being a part of our event. We look forward to your participation this year!
Booth assignments will be based on: past Festival participation; order of applications received; proper
spacing of “like” vendors; and per vendor request if space allows. Final assignments are at the discretion
of the Vendor Coordinator. Volunteers will show you to your space as you enter the park. See the Festival Map for the general areas designated for Food, Product & Activity and Community Booths/vendors.
Food Vendors will enter at the East Entrance which will be marked with a sign that says “Vendor and Handicapped Parking”- not the main entrance to the park. All other vendors and community participants will enter at the main entrance, drop off their things and then drive through to the back and around where we have designated vendor parking available. See the Festival Map. There will be people to guide you to the vendor parking area.
You must arrive in time to be completely set up and ready to operate by 11 am- and also stay open until at least 4 PM- on the day of the event: Saturday, March 21, 2020. Vendors can arrive as early as 9 am and are encouraged to do so. All booths must be in place and vehicles removed from festival area by 10:30am sharp.
Product vendors who are also providing an activity for a fee must provide their own tables and chairs for participants.
Community Booths that are providing a free activity will be provided tables and chairs.
All Booths must provide their own EZ-Ups
Food Vendors must have a current County Health Permit. Food vendors are also asked to donate two food items each to provide lunch for our chalk artists.
Access to electricity is very limited. If you do not have your own generator and need access to electricity, you need the approval of the vendor coordinator before you go online to register.
Generators should be no louder than general conversation.
Please plan for at least two people to work in the booth if possible.
No smoking or consumption of alcohol is allowed by any vendor
Weights and/or tie-downs are needed for all tents to prevent problems due to gusts of wind; please plan
accordingly. Be advised that all booth sites are on a hard surface; gallon jugs of water have been used in
the past. Zip ties can be used, but do not clip the ties and leave them behind on the ground.
Plan to take your trash and empty boxes home- please do not prop them up to the trash cans intended for our guests. There is a larger trash can in the gravel parking lot behind where the food trucks will located that be that may be used. Failure to clean up your space upon departure may affect future acceptance to participate in our future Festivals.
Thank you again for participating in this year’s CNUSD Festival of the Arts!
We hope you have a fun and profitable experience and we are open to hearing any feedback that will help us create an even better environment for the festival or for our vendors in the future.
If approved, you will receive a notice from our coordinator with further instructions and links to pay for your space (if applicable).