Calico SPRING Arts and Crafts Show – March 19-20, 2022

SPRING INFO BELOW. Application is now open! Click here to apply.

Important Dates:

  • February 15 – Deadline for receipt of completed applications and payment – returning exhibitors turning in application after this deadline will not be given same space consideration
  • Feb. 22 – Notification of acceptance/rejection will be mailed to applicants
  • Feb. 15 – No money refunded after Feb. 15

Application and Processing Procedures

      1. Have all of your information ready when you begin the application process as you will not be able to save an incomplete application.
  1. Each application must be accompanied by:
  1. Fee payment (for returning vendors only).  New vendors, once accepted, will be contacted for payment.
    b. Four (4) photos (minimum) including one (1) of your booth set-up, two (2) of your craft and one (1) of you creating your craft. Photos should be representative of the work you wish to sell at the Calico Show. You must submit recent photos of creation and final product of all items sold in your booth.
    c. A completed and signed application
    1. High resolution, digital images should be submitted when completing the online application.  If you complete a paper copy of the application, you can submit images  via e-mail to: Note: Jurying Committee if necessary
      may request additional photos of creation process. Jury decisions are based on your photos and information provided on your application form. Please send the best photos you have available. Your photos are an important factor in your acceptance/non-acceptance to the show.
    2. Acceptance or Non-Acceptance letters will be mailed by Feb. 22, 2022. Acceptance or Declines will not be confirmed or discussed by telephone. All decisions of the jurying committee are final. The jurying committee will have final approval on all acceptance/declines, placement and reserves the right to remove misrepresented or inappropriate materials from the show.
    3. Applications must be submitted online on or before: February 15, 2022. This applies to returning exhibitors – no space consideration will be given to those applications received after the February 15 deadline.

Rules and Regulations

  1. Selection is based on quality and skill in workmanship, original and creative ideas as well as attractiveness of booth display.
  2. All arts and crafts media are eligible.
  3. Items submitted must be the original work of the artist or craftsman applying. Items not created by the exhibitor or not in the category for which applied will not be permitted in the show.
  4. This show is promoted as an arts and crafts show, not buy/sell. Resale of wholesale items IS NOT permitted and will result in immediate dismissal without refund. No manufactured, imported items, mass-produced items or kits will be allowed.
  5. Artists can only display work that has been juried.  If you have not received approval to sale a particular product in your booth, you are not allowed to have it in your booth.
  6. The jurying committee will assign all spaces and honor any space request, whenever possible, based on availability.
  7. Exhibitors must have enough stock for the entire show. They must be on time and stay for the duration of the show.
    Booths cannot open late or close early at any time.
  8. No refunds due to rain or any other inclement weather situations will be issued.
  9. Cancellations by applicant after March 1 will result in a loss of all fees. Withdrawal at any time must be in writing and signed by applicant to be official and remain in good standing. Emails are acceptable.
  10. Exhibitors are responsible for collecting, reporting and paying Georgia State/County Sales Tax on all sales (8%). Forms provided by the Georgia Department of Revenue will be included in your packet that you pick up at registration.
  11. Booths may NOT be dismantled before 4:00 p.m. on Sunday. No early breakdown is permitted.
  12. Booth spaces are 10 feet wide by 8 feet deep (indoors) and 12 feet wide by 12 feet deep (outdoors). All displays, transactions and activities must be confined to exhibitor’s assigned space. Signs, tents, canopies or any other part or
    display may not extend over or into walkways. Booths must be kept neat in appearance and not distract from neighboring displays. This will be strictly enforced.
  13. Overnight security is provided Friday and Saturday nights. Management provides after hours security for exhibit area with the understanding that Calico Arts and Crafts Show is not, and will not be responsible in any way for loss or damage to exhibitor’s property. Exhibitors are responsible for their own personal and property liability.
  14. Pets are not allowed in the exhibit grounds. Please plan accordingly. No alcoholic beverages, no profane language or lewd conduct will be tolerated.
  15. The show staff does not keep change on hand for the exhibitors. Please be sure to prepare for this before arriving to the show.

Spring Arts and Crafts Show
Sat. March 19, 2022   9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sun. March 20, 2022   10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Exhibitor Registration and Set-Up/Breakdown Schedule

Friday, March 18: Crafter Registration and Set-Up, 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 19: Crafter Set-Up, 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Sunday, March 20: Crafter Breakdown, 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Service Animal Policy

For the purposes of this policy, a service animal meets the following criteria:

  1. dog or miniature horse (height 24-36 inches measured to horse’s shoulders).
  2. individually trained to do work or perform tasks
  3. for the benefit an individual with a disability (including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability).

For purposes of this policy, the term handler refers to the patron who requires the service animal for his/her disability.

The following are NOT considered to be service animals:

  1. Animals that are not a dog/miniature horse.
  2. Therapy animals; comfort pets; companion animals; and “social/therapy” animals.

Service animals will be allowed in all areas of the facility where people are allowed unless the animal poses a direct threat, a fundamental alteration, is not housebroken or is not under the control of the person with the disability. A service animal creates a fundamental alteration if it interferes with the performance/event beyond what is tolerated of the general audience. For example, a fundamental alteration would occur if during a performance the service animal is barking, whining, running around, etc. A service animal can be considered a direct threat to the health or safety of others if it is snapping, growling, biting, urinating, defecating, blocking egress, etc.

A service animal must have a harness, leash, or other tether and be under the control of the handler at all times. Exception: If the handler is unable to use such devices because of his or her disability or those items would interfere with the service animal’s safe, effective performance of work or tasks, the service animal must be under the handler’s control by the use of voice control, signals, or other effective means. The service animal should be responsive to voice commands and should be under control and near the handler at all times.

The service animal must be vaccinated and licensed in accordance with local and state ordinances.

Relief areas should be limited to grass areas away from entrances to buildings and exhibits. Any cleaning necessary due to the presence of the service animal is the responsibility of the handler. Feces must be cleaned immediately and disposed of properly.