November 30 – December 1, 2018
During the 2 day market, you’ll find a variety of entertainment, merchants, food, and fun. The following guidelines will help get you prepared for fun at the market.
DAILY OPERATING HOURS: Friday: gates open at 5:00pm and close at 9:00pm. Saturday: gates open at 10:00am and close at 9:00pm.
PARKING: Parking is FREE in the area adjacent to the market grounds, but spaces are limited. A shuttle service may be available from local hotel, motel, and resort facilities, as well as from some of the major attractions.
ADMISSIONS: Admission is FREE for all, but donations are always appreciated!
FOOD and DRINK: The backbone of this market. Food and drinks are sold throughout the grounds. Visitors are prohibited from bringing food and beverages onto the grounds. This includes, but is not limited to, beer, wine, and distilled spirits. Visitors are prohibited from taking any alcoholic beverages off of the grounds.
Please note that Credit/Debit Cards are accepted on a limited basis.
SEATING: Seating is provided in all entertainment areas. Patrons may not bring personal seating (such as bag chairs) onto the festival grounds.
PROPER ATTIRE: Shirts and shoes are required attire for festival patrons. Dirndls, lederhosen and silly hats are encouraged. Smiles required.
RAIN: The market will go on come rain or shine, and no rain dates are scheduled.
HANDICAP FACILITIES: Grounds are handicap accessible.
PETS and SERVICE ANIMALS: Only trained service animals will be allowed on the market grounds. Please leave dogs and other pets at home as they may pose safety or health risks in such a crowded and stimulating environment.
FIRST AID: Emergency Medical Technicians are on duty on the festival grounds at all times. Check the map for the exact location.
LOST PEOPLE: A lost people post is located at the Information Booth.
Prohibited Items:
Illegal or illicit substances, drugs or drug paraphernalia
Flammable items or liquids including aerosols and fireworks
Outside food or beverage including alcohol
Balls, frisbees or flying disks
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles
Laser pens, laser pointers or similar focused light devices
Professional radios or walkie-talkies
Glass or glass containers
Bicycles or skateboards
Chairs or Stools
Instruments, megaphones, horns or noisemakers
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