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Join us Saturday, May 12, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., for the 1st Annual JP Community Craft & Yard Sale. This event will feature local and regional artisans, crafters, local residents, food trucks, community groups and more.

As the sponsor of the JP Community Craft & Yard Sale, Ethos has been granted access to one of the best pieces of real estate in Jamaica Plain for this type of event, a large office parking lot that is vacant on weekends and is conveniently located at 555 Amory St, just steps away from the MBTA’s Green Street Orange Line Station. This location is considered prime a high foot and vehicle traffic area that has the potential to reach thousands of visitors.

Admission for the public is free and space is an absolute bargain at $30-$60 for a 10’x10’ pad, depending on the type of exhibitor you are.

Ethos is a non-profit so proceeds from event will go to a good cause, our JP@Home program which helps older adults age in their community through social, health and wellness activities.

Founded in 1973, Ethos has a long track record in organizing events throughout Southwest Boston so; you can be assured that there will be a significant marketing campaign that will fill the venue with many potential customers.

To secure an exhibit space, please complete the registration form below or, download and mail in a printed copy.

Download registration form.

Site Plan & Photos

 


Volunteers Needed!

Volunteer opportunities are available for this event. Click here to inquire or to register to volunteer.

 


Vendor Registration

 


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Who can exhibit at the Craft & Yard Sale
Q: How much does it cost to exhibit at the JP Community Craft & Yard Sale?
Q: When can I set up and break down?
Q: What is your weather policy?
Q: Do I have to accept credit cards?
Q: What are the requirements for food vendors?
Q: Will there be parking available for vendors?
Q: Are musicians allowed?
Q: Are there any requirements for tents?
Q: Are there any other rules or regulations?