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Pittsburg Seeks 4th of July Vendors

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Calling all vendors! The City of Pittsburg is looking for vendors for its July 4th Celebration.

The annual event will take place on July 3rd and 4th, 2018, at Lincoln Park. It will feature a number of activities for all ages including the Wiffle Ball Tournament, Baby Contest, Firecracker 5K, Fishing Derby, "Pride of Pets" Fun Dog Show, Zumbathon, Bocce Tournament and fireworks display.

Vendors selling arts and crafts, food and beverages are invited to join the fun.

Arts and crafts vendors can purchase a 10 ft. X 15 ft. space for $50, with electricity an extra $5.

Food vendors can reserve a 30 ft. wide space for $90, which includes electricity and water.

Beverage vendors are offered a 25 ft. wide space for $50. Beverage vendors must pay the food vendor registration fee in order to have access to electricity and water.

All registrations must be paid in full and completed (postmarked by) June 15, 2018, or a $10.00 late fee will be applied. No refunds will be given after June 15, or in the event of inclement weather.

Applications are now available online at www.pittks.org/community/programs/festivals-fairs. Vendors may apply in person at Lincoln Center, 710 W. 9th St, or online at https://pprd.pittks.org. For more information, contact Recreation Superintendent Sara Vacca at sara.vacca@pittks.org or (620) 231-8310.

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