The 30th annual Freedom Fest, sponsored by the South Iron Community Betterment Association, is coming to Annapolis October 6th & 7th, 2017. We are very excited and are looking forward to this year’s Freedom Fest. There will be a parade, food & craft booths, contests, live music, game booths, a car show (sponsored by Annapolis First Baptist Church), and much more. All individuals, businesses, religious, and school groups are encouraged to set up a booth and participate in the Freedom Fest.

On Friday evening, October 6th, plan to join us at the Ham & Bean Dinner, starting at 5:00 p.m. The 16th annual Pet Show will begin at 5:30 p.m. There will be Cake Walks throughout the evening.

Saturday morning kicks off with the Biscuits & Gravy breakfast at 7:00 a.m. The lineup for the parade begins at 9:00 a.m., and the parade begins at 10:00 a.m. This year’s theme is “CHEERS TO 30 YEARS”.

Booths will be set up on the grounds at the Annapolis Community Center. A 10’x10’ space will be provided for your booth. A space without electricity will be $20.00; a space with electricity will be $25.00. A food wagon booth (10’x20’) is $50.00. Booths are for Saturday only and should be set up prior to 9:00 a.m. No drugs, alcohol, or pets will be permitted. If you would like to book a space at the Annapolis Freedom Fest, please fill out the application below and return with payment no later than September 23, 2017.


Send Registration form with payment to: FREEDOM FEST 2017                  (For more info call:

                                                                             SICBA                                              573-598-1064 or

                                                                             P.O. Box 180                                    573-315-8336)

                                                                             Annapolis, MO 63620




Phone # (home):                                                            (cell):                                                         

Vendor Type:      Food    Goods      (Circle one)   # of Spaces:                        Electric Needed:  Yes    No    (Circle one)

Amount Enclosed:                 (10’x10’ booth $20; with electric $25; 10’x20’ food wagon booth $50)

Make checks payable to: South Iron Community Betterment Association

Description of craft/type of food/what you are selling (your application will not be approved without a description):



I have read the Policies and Procedures for vendors/participation, and I agree to follow the guidelines, rules and regulations of this event. I hereby waive and hold harmless the organizers and members participating in the event and state they shall not be held liable for any personal accidents, injuries, theft or damage of property in any way.



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Freedom Fest Vendor Policies and Procedures

Space Sizes: Spaces will be 10’ x 10’ for the event (10’x20’ for food wagon vendors). For craft & food vendors with 10’x10’ spaces—you may bring a shade cover for your space; however, it must fit within your 10’x10’ space. If it is outside your 10’x10’ space, you will need to pay for another space or take it down. You may bring tables, chairs, decorations, etc. for your booth. You are responsible for removing/cleaning up all items at the end of the event. Food wagon vendors: your ancillary items (coolers, freezers, etc.) must fit within your 10’x20’ space. Otherwise, you must pay for an additional space. You must indicate how many spaces are needed on your registration form.

Taxes: Each vendor is responsible for determining their liability for collecting and remitting any sales tax that may be collected/required by law.

Security Policy: South Iron Community Betterment Association, County of Iron, nor the City of Annapolis shall be held liable for any property loss or damage, nor any merchandise damage or theft. No bullhorns, music or loudspeakers may be used without permission obtained prior to the event.

Space Assignments: The application and its acceptance constitute a contract to use an outdoor space. The committee reserves the right to reassign or change a space if necessary. Spaces are not transferable by vendors. First come, first served. Special needs/handicapped access will be given special consideration.

Closing Time: Vendors will be permitted to keep their shops open until approximately 4:00 p.m. on Saturday or until the crowd disperses. Please note that electricity is only available to those vendors who have signed up for electric connections.

Loading/Unloading: Absolutely NO VEHICLES are allowed on the lawn of the Community Center. Vendors may use the street and park by the sidewalk in front of the Community Center for unloading prior to 7:45 a.m. Saturday. Your vehicle must be well out of the sidewalk area PRIOR to the time indicated for unloading. You may not park on the street east of the Community Center—that street is reserved for Freedom Fest activities (Bounce House and games).

Pet Policy: Pets are not allowed in the booths at Freedom Fest. Exceptions will be made for service animals only.

Confirmation: The committee reserves the right to refuse any vendor application. Applications received without a description of merchandise to be sold will be returned. We use the description to be sure we don’t place booths with like items beside each other, and also to be sure that items sold are in accordance with policies set for our event.

Refunds: There are no refunds—the festival is held rain or shine.

For further information, questions or concerns, please contact our vendor chairperson:

Patty Claney, Vendor Chairperson
Freedom Fest
573-598-1064 (office)
573-315-8336 (cell) (e-mail)