We are now accepting vendor applications for the 2016 Fiber in the Boro! All spaces are currently full, but you can apply and get added to the waitlist.

Please be sure to review the festival guidelines here.

Upon completion of your application, Fiber in the Boro organizers will review your application. If accepted and space becomes available, you will be contacted and sent an invoice through PayPal for payment of your boot fee.


  • Booth Information

    • All vendors must submit a vendor application and be accepted. Participation one year does not automatically guarantee acceptance the following year. The festival committee reserves the right to vet vendors.
    • Once you have been accepted to participate you will receive an email with a link to make your payment, due upon receipt. If we do not have payment by September 15th, 2016, your application will be moved to the wait list to make room for waiting vendors.
    • Sharing a booth is permitted; both vendors’ information and merchandise must be listed on the application.
    • Booths cannot be sublet without notifying festival management.
    • New vendors should give at least one reference (another show, another vendor, etc).
    • Vendors are responsible for providing their own insurance. Fiber in the ‘Boro accepts no responsibility for loss, theft, damage, etc.
    • All items in booth must be fiber arts related. If you have questions, please contact The following items are not acceptable: non-fiber animals (e.g. ducks. chickens), pets, incense, etc.
    • Please make sure that your products are properly cured of varnish, dye or any other scents that may disrupt the festival for others. Festival management reserves the right to move any vendor out of doors if this requirement is not met.
    • If you find that you cannot attend the festival for any reason, please contact us as soon as possible. Full refunds will be made prior to July 31st, 2016. Partial refunds will be made through September 30, 2016. No refund after this date.
    • No pets are allowed unless prior arrangements are made with festival management.
    • No pets are allowed unless prior arrangements are made with festival management.
    • Weather can be inclement: this is a rain or shine event; no refunds due to weather.
    • Animals must not be over crowded and must have appropriate water. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their animals.
    • Your exhibit should be such that it does not interfere with other exhibits, restrict access to them, or inhibit the free aisle space by any audio, video, sensory or physical means. Exhibitor’s own signs can be used but must be inside space area.
    • Display must be adequate enough to support exhibitor’s samples and so constructed as to be sturdy enough to not collapse, nor be such that display leans or rests against an adjacent space. Fiber in the Boro will not be responsible for displays that do not hold up to weather or weight.
    • Exhibitors are to display in only the space allocated to them. No other area of the exhibit hall or other gathering place (hall, hotel, etc.) of the attendees can be used in any way.
    • Exhibitor should make arrangements to pack at the end of the exhibit hours the final day, and make sure to have personnel remain with the display until it is finally packed.
    • Please do not place your demonstration area on the aisle line of your exhibit if you expect many people to congregate at one time. Leave space within your own exhibit area to absorb the majority of the crowd.
    • Please be aware that all vendors will be setting up Friday evening or Saturday morning. All garage doors may be opened and used by other vendors even if through your space. Your set up should be able to withstand the environment and others moving through your space.
  • This GENERAL, RELEASE Is executed this day of
  • (name of all vendors) hereinafter referred to as “Releasor” to Fiber in the Boro and the Rutherford County Extension Office (hereinafter referred to as the “Releasees). In consideration of being permitted to enter on the properties of Releasee, Lane Agri-Park Livestock Barn or Community Center located at 315 John R. Rice Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN (hereinafter the ‘Premises’), and to participate in Fiber in the ‘Boro during the dates of October 22nd and 23rd , 2015 and for other good and valuable consideration,

    Releasor, intending to be legally bound by Releasor, Releasor’s spouse, legal representative, heirs, officers, directors, shareholders, agents. partners, employees, successors and assigns, hereby releases, waives and discharges the Releasee, its partners, officers, directors, shareholders, agents, employees, successors, assigns and affiliates (including corporations and partnerships. and their officers, directors, shareholders, partners, employees, agents. heirs, legal representatives, successors, and assigns)”), from all liability to the Releasees for any and all loss or damage, and any claim or damages resulting therefrom, on account of injury to the Releasor’s person or property, including injury resulting in death of the Releasor, whether caused by the negligence of Releasee or otherwise while the Releasor is on the Premises.

    Releasor agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend the Releasee and Releasees against any claim, loss liability, damage or cost of which each of them may incur doe to the entry or presence of Releasor or Releasor’s property, in or on the Premises. Releasor expressly agrees that this General Release is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the law, and that if any portion hereof is held invalid, it is agreed that the balance shall, not withstanding, continue in full force and effect. In WITNESS WHEREOF, Releasor has executed this General Release on the day and year first written above.

    I have read and understand the rules listed on this application and agree to abide by the terms. (If sharing a booth, both vendors must sign).




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