Arts and Crafts

Date: July 2nd - 4th

Time:  Sunday: 12:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.

           Monday & Tuesday:  10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Location:  Franklin Square Park, East West & Howe Streets

Sponsored by:  Bryton's Home Improvement

                          Make sure to visit their mobile showroom near the Food Court on

                          the E. Nash Street side of Franklin Square Park.

2017 NC Arts & Crafts Vendor List
2017 Arts and crafts list with product f[...]
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The N.C. 4th of July Festival Arts and Crafts show began humbly as a street fair in an area beside what was then Leggett’s (now Ocean Outfitters) on East Moore Street. After growing and a couple of location changes, the Arts and Crafts found its home in Franklin Square Park. Franklin Square Park, located beside the Southport Baptist Church and at the corner of N. Howe and E. West Streets.

Franklin Square Park was called The Grove in the original Town of Smithville layout in 1792 (Southport was originally called Smithville). Visitors to the over 120 Arts & Crafts booths during the festival can appreciate the beautiful live oak trees that offer shade from the summer sun. Not only are there many fine hand-made items by artists and crafters, we also have unique specialty items located in the many independently owned businesses throughout the City.

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2017 Arts & Crafts Vendor Application
2017 Arts and Crafts Application.pdf
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Map of Arts & Crafts in Franklin Square Park
4th Arts and Crafts Map.pdf
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Non Profit Community Booths Application
Local charity organizations are invited to apply for one of three spaces at the festival to promote their cause. The charities are chosen in a random drawing from those completed applications received by May 1st of each year. The booth will be located in Waterfront Park.
non profit application.pdf
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