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Register to participate in Open Streets at Penn Fest

Sunday, September 18 from 12 noon to 4 p.m.

 

 

Registrations are now open for participants to join in the fun at Open Streets at Penn Fest. It's Richfield's biggest block party when Penn Avenue in Richfield closes to traffic and opens to a fun day of music, food and fun activities on the street.  

 

Please download our registration forms here:

 

Community Groups/Non-Profits

Whether you're an official 501(c)3 or a non-profit community group in spirit, you're invited to register FREE to reserve a spot on the avenue. 

Download Community Group Registration here

Crafters/Home-Based Businesses

Crafters and small home-based businesses are invited to be a part of Open Streets at Penn Fest. This is a great opportunity to promote your business to the Richfield community for a low registration fee of $35. This category is for small entrepreneurs who operate out of their home. Businesses that operate out of a storefront or office should register as a large business and download the form in that category. Our crafter/home-based business show is organized by 2 Hart Promotions. Please also submit ST-19 form if planning to sell at the event.

Crafter/Home-Based Business Registration Word doc

Crafter/Home-Based Business Registration pdf

Business Registration

Businesses are invited to sell and showcase their products and services at Penn Fest. We offer a low $150 entry fee for any established business that would like to reserve a space. Businesses that operate out of a storefront or office shoudl register in this category. (Note: this registration is for non-food related businesses.) 

Download business registration form here

Food Vendors

People come huingry to Open Streets at Penn Fest. Register today to become one of our select food vendors. The low registration fee of $230 includes both health department food permits and event entry.

Download food vendor registration here

Penn Fest Pet Zone Registration

The ever-popular Pet Zone is back in 2016! It's a gathering of everything pet related, including exhibits for dogs, birds and other critters. Participants may register in one of three categories: non-profit, small business (small home-based entrepreneurs) and large businesses (ones operating out of an office or storefront).  The Pet Zone is operated by Peggy Connects.

 

Download Pet Zone non-profit registration here

Download Pet Zone Small Business Registration here

Download Pet Zone Large Business Registration here

Lerum Auto Classic Car Show

Lerum Auto, 6420 Penn Avenue South, Richfield is one again hosting its classic car show during Open Streets at Penn Fest. Register your cruiser, hot rod or street machine today. Registrations are made directly with Lerum Auto.

Click here for more information

Note to anyone planning to sell at Penn Fest!

 

If you are planning to offer merchandise or services for sale at Penn Fest, please complete and return the ST-19 form with your registration. 

Download ST-19 form here


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Flames
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BMX biker goes higher yet
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Exciting Tae Kwon Do demos
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Touch tank at Premier Aquarium Services

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Aztec Dancers
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BMX bikers compete for air
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BMX show draws a great crowd in front of Penn Cycle
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Food that reminds you of Twins baseball

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