Covid-19 Update: Because of the uncertainty of holding events in the next several months, please continue to apply to express your interest in being a part of a 2020 Takoma Park Festival, but withhold payment.
We will contact you by June 15, to let you know whether there will be any changes to the plan for Community Tables. If you have already submitted payment, it will be refunded if the Festival cannot be held as planned.
The Takoma Park Folk Festival welcomes all community non-profits to join us! Apply now for the 2020 festival at http://e.tpff.org/tableapp. The deadline to apply is August 15, 2020. Last year we sold out, so be sure to get your application in early to secure your spot!
If your organization gathers groups of volunteers to perform community service projects, you may want to consider becoming a TPFF beneficiary group.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
(Just looking for the list of community groups with tables at the 2019 festival?)
Spaces are 10' x 10' and include an 8' table.
Tables are $50 for organizations that are not collecting donations/fundraising or selling organizational merchandise.
Tables are $65 for organizations that will be collecting donations/fundraising, or selling organizational merchandise.
You may pay:
Online at http://e.tpff.org/tables
By check or money order to:
Takoma Park Folk Festival, Inc.
ATTN: Community Tables
7304 Carroll Ave. #192
Takoma Park, MD 20912.
Guidelines for Participation:
Any non-profit organization may participate; regardless of 501(c)(3) status.
We reserve the right to refuse participation by any organization for any reason. Any fees paid to date will be refunded.
Please choose your table type and cost based on whether or not you plan to collect money via donations or membership sales, and/or sell organizational merchandise. Groups may sell such items as T-shirts, literature, buttons, and bumper stickers directly related to their mission.
Sale of jewelry, food, beverages, or crafts of any kind is prohibited because these compete with artisans and food vendors who pay fees to be vendors.
All community groups can use their table as a forum to educate the public about the organization and/or issues, and may request signatures for petitions, enlist volunteers, and distribute free literature.