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American Legion Auxiliary Holiday Craft Bazaar in Louisville, CO

Unconfirmed / Anticipated-Only Event -- ! ! -- Date(s) are Approximate Only!
@Sat Nov 17th - Sun Nov 18th 12

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Other Possible Names for this Event:   -   American Legion Auxiliary Craft Bazaar  -   DATES-NOV 20-21-CONFIRMED--American Legion Auxiliary Craft

Event Location
1150 Pine St.
Louisville, CO 80027
Boulder County - 114,793 housholds avg $72,512 ea.

Location/Facility Name: American Legion, Post 111, 1150 Pine St., Louisville, CO
Location/Facility Type: The American Legion, Post 111, 1150 Pine St., Louisville, CO
Listing Details for Event #: 1449733
Posted: Jan 19, 2012
Last Updated: Dec 6, 2015
Listing Completeness %: 88%
Views: Total: 89   Registered Users: 4  
Event Details
Primary Category:
  - Vendor Events
     - Bazaar
Additional Categories:
  - Art & Craft Events
     - Art and Craft Show
     - Holiday Market
  - Community Events
     - Fundraiser
     - Craft Show
     - Craft Boutique
Dates: Unconfirmed / Anticipated-Only Event -- ! ! -- Date(s) are Approximate Only!
@Sat Nov 17th - Sun Nov 18th 12

Show Hours: 9-4 both days
Setup Time: each day 8:00am - 9:00am
Year #: 10
Attendance: 500
Attendance Method: Unknown
Public Admission Price: free
Haul Details: easy accessibility
Vendor Help: none
Vendor Breakfast: free coffie to vendors all day
Vendor Lunch: food vendors on site
Parking: American Legion Parking Lot
Vendor Parking: behind the building
RV Parking: yes, in West parking lot- no services
Restrooms: indoor
Awards/Prizes: n/a
Electricity: Limited, on a first come first serve basis, bring your own industrial quality electric cords
Water: yes
Tables/Chairs: no provided, 8x2 $5 w/free chairs available
Entertainment: no entertainment
  Jury Fee: n/a
Commission: n/a
Art/Craft Spaces This Yr: 30
Art/Craft Space Price: $30/1 day, $50/both days

Retail Space Price: $25/1 day/8X6, $40/2 days/8X6

App Deadline: unknown
Still Accepting App's: NO

Applications are Screened & Accepted progressively, as they arrive, until all spaces are filled.

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The American Legion Auxiliary of Louisville will hold their 9th Annual Holiday Craft Bazaar from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, November 19-20, 2011, in the banquet hall of The American Legion at 1150 Pine Street.
The Craft Bazaar in Louisville is being held again this year to raise funds through the sale of booth space to local citizens, artists and craftsman. All proceeds from the booth rentals this year have been designated to support the Veterans Hospitals and other Auxiliary programs. The two-day booth rental charge is $50 and a 1-day booth rental is $30. Information and exhibitor registration forms may be obtained from Judy Coleman at or by email at . Exhibitor proceeds from the sale of their own handcrafted items or merchandize are their own. This is a great way for members and citizens to earn extra money. Admission to the Holiday Craft Bazaar is FREE to shop or browse. The public is invited to stop by The American Legion in Louisville on Saturday and Sunday, November 19 and 20. There will be Free Door Prize Drawings throughout the day for shoppers present at the event. The Auxiliary will sponsor a booth offering homemade baked goods from their members.

Over the next several weeks, posters and flyers will go up around Boulder County and the surrounding area displaying a large nutcracker and providing information about the event and booth rentals. The nutcracker theme began seven years ago and will be continued at the event this year with the returning display of a 7 foot tall handcrafted nutcracker named “Gunny” at the front entrance to The American Legion. Gunny is on loan from a Louisville resident and member of The American Legion.

“The Holiday Craft Bazaar provides an excellent opportunity for our organization to offer a venue for members, local individuals and creative citizens to display and sell their work within our community,” said Judy Coleman, Committee Chairperson of The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 111, Louisville. “In the past years the response from the community has been excellent and we are counting on everyone to come shop to support these talented exhibitors again this year.” This is the largest fund raising event of the year for the Auxiliary of Louisville.

The American Legion Auxiliary, the world’s largest, nonprofit, patriotic women’s service organization, was founded in 1919 to support the work of the American Legion and to serve the needs of American veterans and their families. Unit 111 of Louisville represents just a part of the national organization nearly 900,000 strong with members in 8,900 communities. For every man in World War I who endured the dangers and hardships of camp, shore and battlefront, there was a woman serving at home to help make possible America’s victory – his mother, wife, sister, daughter and granddaughter. After the war was one in 1919, these men banded together to form The American Legion to carry forward their service to the country in peacetime. It was only natural that the women serving and supporting on the home front would desire to continue to serve also. The result of their desire to continue service to others resulted in the formationn of The American Legion Auxiliary.
The programs sponsored by and supported by The American Legion Auxiliary include Americanism, Emergency Fund, Children and Youth, Community Service, Constitution, Education, and Veteran’s Affairs and Rehabilitation. The Poppy Program is the oldest and most recognized Auxiliary program. Each year around Memorial Day, Auxiliary volunteers distribute millions of bright red crepe paper poppies in exchange for contributions to assist disabled and hospitalized veterans. Many people remember this program from their childhood in communities across the United States. The local Auxiliary also actively supports Girls State/Nation, the High School Oratorical Scholarship Contest, several child welfare programs, and the many efforts of The American Legion, Post 111, in all their programs benefiting the community.
The Mission of the Auxliary is:
•     To support The American Legion programs for veterans, young people and communities
•     To provide for today’s needs while being advocates for a brighter future
•     To advance the understanding of patriotism and responsibility of citizenship
•     To promote individual integrity and family values
•     To ensure as volunteers, that members continue to be the leaders in all that is good in this nation today, tomorrow and for generations to come through serving others first and not self.

Membership information for The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary and The Sons of The American Legion will be available the day of the Craft Bazaar. Additional information about The American Legion and the Auxiliary: or
Additional information about The HOLIDAY CRAFT BAZAAR: Chairperson – Judy Coleman, ( or email . The American Legion Auxiliary of Louisville will hold their Annual Holiday Craft Bazaar from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, November 19-20,2011, in the banquet hall of The American Legion at 1150 Pine Street.
The Auxiliary will have a bake sale, no baked goods in your booth please. The American Legion Post 111 will have the kitchen open both days providing snack items and beverages for sale. The American Legion Post 111 lounge will be open all day, both days.
Advertising Done for This Event
As a non-profit, all advertising is through posters, flyers, postings and all exhibitors are asked to share in the responsibility of distributing posters and flyers throughout the community. We post on all calendars, and on line places we can find. We ask all exhibitors to invite friends, family and their local neighborhood citizens. Posters are provided to all exhibitors to assist in publicizing the event.
Event/Application Rules & Regulations

You can bring your own tables, racks or free standing walls, must fit inside your display are, estimated to be approximately 8\'x6\'.
Common Rules Selected: Previous acceptance does not guarantee re-acceptance. Clean-up Deposit must be sent with a Seperate check. Vendors can share a booth. Spots are assigned prior to show based by promoter. Held Rain or Shine! Trash must be removed from your space to provided receptacles. No Early Packup Allowed. Table Cloth or Drape Required. Vehicles can be left behind/in/near spot. Standard Rules: All work and displays must stay within designated space. No boxes, extra merchandise or debris should be visible. Spot area must be kept clean throughout the event and be left spotless afterwards. No soliciting, approaching patrons, or distribution of advertising material outside of booth area. All vendors must have a state sales tax license. Vendors are responsible for collecting and remitting all sales tax.
Driving Directions
Near the Intersection of Hwy 42 and Pine Street,behind Pine Street Plaza. Follow East Street around shopping mall with Mountain High Appliance to see the American Legion white building. Parking available adjacent to the building.
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