Here are some of the details (but click on the links for more information and illustrations):
New Rochelle, Sept. 8
The following article by New Rochelle Patch Editor Michael Woyton was published by New Rochelle Patch:
Vendors are wanted for the Sept. 8 New Rochelle Street Fair, held in celebration of the city's 325th anniversary.
The street fair, which close Main Street from North Avenue to Centre Avenue, is being produced by StreetFairs.org in partnership with the 325th Anniversary Committee and the City of New Rochelle.
The fair will feature games, food, arts and crafts and live entertainment.
The 325th Anniversary Committee Chairwoman Marianne Sussman said the fair was more than just an opportunity to have a good time.
"Also, it's the perfect venue for individuals, businesses, organizations and not-for-proftis to showcase their goods and services to thousands of residents and visitors," she said.
Vendor space is available at special rates for New Rochelle-based crafters, artists, retailers and food vendors. Non-resident fees are also available.
For more information, contact the 325th Anniversary Street Fair Coordinator Stewart Teichman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-645-1000.
In Greenwich, Nov. 15-16
From Greenwich, this announcement has been posted on Patch sites:
"The Woman's Club of Greenwich still has several tables available for vendors who would like to participate in our Holiday Boutique on Nov. 15 & 16, 2013. If you are interested please contact the club via email at email@example.com for additional information and to request a vendor application. Please include your mailing address in the email."
In New Rochelle, Sept. 28
This announcement previously was posted on New Rochelle Patch:
grow! Lincoln Park Community Garden will host the 2nd Annual Lincoln Avenue Arts & Culture Fest on Saturday, Sept. 28 from Noon – 6 pm at Lincoln Park on Lincoln Avenue in New Rochelle. Vendors are invited to rent space for $65 to sell their jewelry, accessories, books, health & beauty products, clothing and more! Reserve early, space is limited.
The Lincoln Avenue Arts & Culture Fest is in conjunction with the popular ArtsFest 2013 sponsored by the New Rochelle Council on the Arts. The famous Arts Trolley will stop directly in front of Lincoln Park where fest-goers can hop on and off to enjoy a drum circle, musical and dance performances, and food provided by local establishments. There will also be demonstrations at grow! Lincoln Park Community Garden where visitors can sample the organic vegetables grown this season.
For more information about the fest, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and visit our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/growlincolnpark.