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Spots still open for Scratch Ankle on April 14

Published on March 27, 2017 with 2 Comments

Booth space is still available for the annual Scratch Ankle Festival to be held Friday, April 14, 2017.

Known by locals as Milton’s founder’s day celebration, Scratch Ankle, which was first held in 1971 on N. Willing Street, gathers Milton residents to celebrate the city’s historic and rich heritage. To help in this capacity, the city is offering non-profit clubs, organizations, and groups home-based in the Tri-County area (Santa Rosa, Escambia, and Okaloosa counties) the chance to participate while serving as a fund raiser for their organization.

The application fee includes a 10-foot by 10-foot area. This booth space is not transferable to a private vendor, as spaces are for non-profit organizations only. If you need more than one booth space, please submit an application for each.

2017 Booth spaces are available:

Regular Booth with electricity for $35 Food/Beverage booth with electricity are $45

Regular Booth with no electricity for $20 Food/Beverage booth with no electricity $30

Areas will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis and space is limited.

To obtain an application contact LaNiece Tyree with the Guy Thompson Community Center, formerly known as the Milton Community Center, which is located at 5629 Byron St. in Milton or by calling (850) 983-5466.

Also there will be a mandatory meeting on April 7th, 2017 at 6 p.m. at the Guy Thompson Community Center and all groups are required to have a representative present at the meeting. In the meeting they will discuss booth assignments and other requirements.

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There are currently 2 Comments on Spots still open for Scratch Ankle on April 14. Perhaps you would like to add one of your own?

  1. I am contacting you in regards to the Scratch Ankle Festival in April. The new Milton Lacrosse Club would love to set up a booth at this years events and sell LED flying copters, and possibly other glow in the dark items. Would this be a possibility? If so, could you please email me an application so we can get it filled out and returned. Thanks

    • Contact the Guy Thompson Community Center and ask for LaNiece Tyree. The number is 850-983-5466.

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