PARIS — The Moore Park Makers Fair is seeking exhibitors and vendors to celebrate the DIY spirit of Western Maine people. Booth spots are free to students 18 and younger and people 80 and older.

Applications are available for artists, crafters, machinists, fisherman, mechanics, seamstresses, graphic designers, writers, painters, jewelers, chefs and others for the July 28 show. Rain date is July 29.

Applications are available online on the newly-redesigned website: A new logo has also been designed to represent the broader scope of the show.

The new fair, which replaces the decade-old Moore Park Art Show, will continue featuring a full day of live entertainment and local fare, in addition to exhibitors and vendors. There will be an area for people to showcase their home-modified hot rods and street rods, tractors, homemade tools, machines and implements, and works in progress.

Requirements are: The work represented has been primarily created by the exhibitor;  the work(s) has been creatively modified by the exhibitor into its present state; and all work is displayed in a neat and professional manner.

Regular exhibitor booth spots are $50. Food vendor spots are $75. Booth spots are free to students 18 and younger and people 80 and older. Paris residents are afforded a special rate of $10.

For applications and more information, go to or call Director Aranka Matolcsy at 207-890-6386.

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