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Parks & Recreation

2021 Harvest Craft Show and Sale

The City of Portland Parks and Recreation is looking for craft and food vendors for their 48th annual Portland Harvest Craft Show and Sale on Saturday, November 13th from 9am-4pm at Richland Park Gym in Portland, TN.  We offer 10 X10 indoor booth spaces for $50 and outdoor spaces for $30.  Vendors are required to donate one item to use for door prizes that are given away every hour.  To sign up, you can go to our website at cityofportlandtn.gov and click on parks dept. or send us an email to parksec@cityofportlandtn.gov for an application.  Any interested food vendors may also apply the same way.  Come be a part of this small town but mighty craft show where you are sure to have fun and make new friends.

Download: Vendor Application

About Portland Parks & Recreation

Established in 1971, there are two local parks in Portland, Richland Park and Meadowbrook Park. The City of Portland Parks and Recreation Department provides a variety of recreational services, programs and special events for the community. We strive to identify the needs and desires of all citizens, and provide services that will improve quality of life, protect the environment, and improve the aesthetics of the community.

Richland Park, an active park, offers a community center, gymnasium, public swimming pool, paved and lighted hike and bike trail, soccer fields, football fields, baseball fields, softball fields, lighted basketball court, picnic shelters and playgrounds. Meadowbrook Park is a more passive park, with a walking trail, picnic shelters, lighted basketball court, lighted tennis courts, and a lighted skate park.