Online Entry Form:
We are accepting applications for vendors for the 2011 Festival. Please use the link below to print
an application in PDF format.
2012 Craft Vendor Application
Thousands of visitors to the festival have made it successfull for our vendors, year after year. We have several vendors who have participated in the festival for decades. Two of them have participated every year, for the past 34 years. Come join the fun!
2012 Food Vendor Application
About the 2012 Festival:
DATE: September 1st & 2nd - Labor Day Weekend
HOURS: Saturday - 10am to 6pm &
Sunday - Noon to 5pm
The Annual Art Festival, located in beautiful downtown Toronto, Ohio, has been a successful tradition for 33 years. The festival offers visitors
a diverse selection of handmade arts and crafts, as well as continuous live entertainment and a large variety of delicous food.
Returning This Year: The Art Gallery/Exhibit located in the First Presbyterian Church Assembly Room. Details to be announced.
ARTS/CRAFTS: Our vendors will offer a wide variety of arts and crafts, ranging from primative wood and painted slate, to handmade jewelry, to wooden yard decorations for your favorite team, handmade candles, do it yourself sandart for the kids, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas items and much, MUCH more!! No matter your taste, you are sure to find something you like.
ENTERTAINMENT: Continuous live entertainment will be provided by live bands, vocalists and various performers. We promise to offer a wide variety and something for everyone. The Etertainment schedule will be announced as it is finalized. If you or someone you know is interested in performing, please contact Mark Miller at (740) 317.4776.
FOOD: In keeping with previous years, our food vendors offer an array of delicious foods. The THS Band Parents and Mim's Country Kitchen will provide homemade and grilled favorites. There will also be a selection of BBQ, Asian favorites, refreshments, desserts and everything in betteen.
DIRECTIONS: The festival is located in the heart of Toronto, Ohio at the City Commons (Thrid and Market St.) and surrounding streets.
Traveling North on State Rt. 7, take the Franklin Street Exit (the first of two Toronto exits) and follow the signs.
Traveling south on State Rt 7, take the Robert Urich/ 4th St Exit (the first of two Toronto exits) and follow the signs.
If you miss your exit, take the next available Toronto exit and follow the signs.
A Little About Toronto, Ohio:
Toronto, Ohio is a beautiful little city located in the Ohio River Valley, nestled between the appalachian foothills and the Ohio River.
Located just a short block from the festival grounds is Newburg Landing, a public river park featuring a fishing dock, shelter house, charcoal grills,
picnic tables and a boat launch.
Our historic city is rich in tradition and community pride. You won't find a more beautiful community of well kept homes in the tri-state area.
Toronto is centrally located approximately 45 minutes west of downtown Pittsburgh, PA, 60 minutes south of Youngstown, OH and 30 minutes north of Wheeling, WV.