MACC Down Home Days Courthouse Show 2019
Our 46th Annual Down Home Days Courthouse Show on Saturday, September 21st is an outdoor show with over 100 craft, community, commercial, entertainment, kids' area, and food vendors. Hosted by the Mason Area Chamber of Commerce this show is one the whole family can enjoy. This show is free for shoppers and browsers!
We would like to thank Granger Waste Services for bring our environmental sponsor! We would also like to thank the City of Mason and Ingham County for their continued partnership with this event.
Down Home Days Courthouse Show is a non-juried vendor craft show, along with a limited number of non-duplicative manufactured item booths and some community booths. No electricity, tables or canopies are provided, only the 10'X10' area for the day. Vendors are required to setup 18 inches from the sidewalks to avoid sprinkler lines. No flooring is allowed. Free parking is available in the designated municipal lots. Vendors may NOT park all day in the two-hour street spaces!
Registrations for DHD will close Thursday, September 12th at 3pm unless the show sells out sooner.
Any vendor with a canopy larger than 10'x10' will need to obtain a building permit from the City of Mason. Two 10'x10' canopies placed next to each other do not require a building permit. Please direct all questions to the City of Mason, 517-676-9155.
This event is RAIN or SHINE.
If you sell manufactured products (Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, It Works, etc.) you MUST contact the MACC for approval. Our Lularoe quota has been reached, therefore, we cannot accept any more Lularoe vendors.
Food Vendor Information:
Food vendors will be provided with electricity only. Power is available at 15amp 110v and 30amp 220v. Please contact the chamber with specific electricity needs. Water hook up will not be provided -- please bring your own water supply. If you are interested in being a food vendor, please contact the MACC at 517-676-1046 for approval.
Food vendor applications close one month prior to the event. We have space for a very limited number and make decisions on participation based on menu diversity.