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Festival of Lights Juried Art and Craft Fair
festival of lights 

Greenbelt's 46th Annual

Festival of Lights
Juried Art and Craft Fair 

Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road

Sponsored by the Greenbelt Recreation Department
Arts Program

Contact: Anne Gardner,

 ceramics • clothing • accessories • bath & body
fine arts • books by local authors • toys and much more

Saturday, December 2, 10am - 5pm

Sunday, December 3, 10am - 4pm


Information for Prospective Vendors

This show is currently full but applications are welcome for our waiting list.


The Greenbelt Recreation Department is pleased to support local fine artists, artisans, writers, musicians and filmmakers in the sale of their own, original creations. A limited number of spaces are available for youth exhibitors. Non-profit groups also participate in this show; groups may sell wares and memberships, and/or promote community awareness of their activities. Groups are strongly encouraged to sell or raffle art and crafts related to their mission if possible.

Merchandise restrictions: kit crafts and imported crafts are not permitted. Commercially produced goods also are not permitted (with limited exceptions). Edible goods are permitted from adult exhibitors as long as they meet Maryland state health department guidelines.

There is no fee to apply. Booth fees are due upon acceptance to the show. Fees vary by applicant status and booth assignment. Professional fees are $50 and $80. Discounted rates are offered for authors, musicians, filmmakers, youth and non-profit groups.

When you access the application, create a simple online profile by signing in; see the yellow box at the top of the information page. This will allow you to save your work as you go.

Waitlist Application for Professional Artists and Crafters (ages 18 and up)

Waitlist Application for Writers, Musicians and Filmmakers

Waitlist Application for Youth Crafters (ages 18 and under)

Waitlist Application for Non-Profit Groups (100% of proceeds to the organization)