14th Annual African American Community Heritage Festival - Online Payments and Donations supporting Huston-Tillotson University
GENERAL VENDOR REQUIREMENTS and GUIDELINES
A vendor application must be competed.
Please download, complete and print the form; to return via fax or mail.
To download the vendor application, click on: vendor application.
Our vendor fees are priced to support the community and small businesses. We welcome any donations to support the Huston-Tillotson Scholarship Fund.
Thank you for helping us keep these booth prices down.
The Office of State Representative Dawnna Dukes and Women in Jazz, Mayor Pro-Tem Sheryl Cole, the City of Austin, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas and Huston Tillotson University are happy that you’ll join us for the 14th Annual African American Community Heritage Festival. The fun begins at 1:00PM and ends at 5:00PM. Entertainment will be featured on the main stage.
Parking will be limited, therefore, it is wise to arrive early and adhere to the following guidelines:
This is an outdoor event with no rain contingency. No refunds.
After sign-in, staff and volunteers will be identifiable by our festival T-shirts. Let us know & we’ll be happy to assist with any reasonable requests. An emergency cell-phone contact number will be made available to you at sign-in.
A Vendor Application must be completed. You may download the vendor application.
QUESTIONS: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 512.222.7118.
The African-American Community Heritage Festival began in 2000. The founder, State Representative Dawnna Dukes, envisioned a family-friendly community celebration noting the contributions and achievements of African Americans. The former Boyd Vance, founder of Pro Arts Collective, joined her in this vision. She is now partnering with Women in Jazz, with Mayor Pro-Tem Sheryl Cole, the City of Austin, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas and Huston-Tillotson University to continue the tradition of celebrating Austin's rich cultural history and diversity during Black History Month. Financial contributions are processed through Women in Jazz, a 501(C)(3) organization, with proceeds going towards the Huston-Tillotson University Scholarship Fund.
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