Friends of Leclaire is accepting vendor applications for the 29th Annual Leclaire Parkfest to be held Sunday, Oct. 17, from noon to 5 p.m. at Leclaire Park in Edwardsville.
A fall festival celebrating the history of the Leclaire National Historic District, the event features live music, arts and craft booths, games, narrated trolley tours of the historic district, a used book sale, pet adoptions, and a display of vintage vehicles. Food booths, arts and crafts, games and informational booths are included. Food booths and informational booths are limited to not-for-profit organizations or businesses sponsoring the festival. The price for a booth space is $40.
Vendor applications and information are available on the Friends of Leclaire web site at www.historic-leclaire.org or by calling vendor coordinator Theresa Morrison at (618) 920-5333.
Leclaire Park is on Hale Avenue. The festival features live music, a wine and beer garden, pet adoptions, vintage cars and tractors and family activities. The St. Andrew’s Relay for Life Team will host the annual Leclaire Parkfest book sale with thousands of books available at bargain prices. Exhibits of historic photos and narrated trolley tours tell the unique story of the Leclaire National Historic District.
For additional information, call (618) 656-1294 or visit the Friends of Leclaire web site at www.historic-leclaire.org. Among 2021 Festival sponsors are CNB Bank, attorney Keith Short, Cassens, 222 Artisan Bakery, Creative Options Design, Krause Properties and Taqueria Z.