Here’s The List Of Vendors At The 2022 Black Gold Walnut Festival

Taking an order of eggrolls.

Taking an order of eggrolls.

In case you aren’t quite sure you want to go to the Black Gold Walnut Festival on October 1, 2022, because you don’t know what vendors are going to be there, no worries! Here’s the list of vendors going to be at the 37th Annual Black Gold Walnut Festival.

First Twenty

There are fifty-six vendors lined up for the Walnut Festival

  1. Tammy Adrian is selling handmade signs, trays, pillows, and home decor.
  2. Alton Bank is having a money machine.
  3. Alton Freewill Baptist Church is having fish dinners.
  4. Alton FBLA (Amanda Bettis) is having a 50/50 raffle and jail.
  5. Alton High School 2023 Seniors are having food concessions.
  6. is having kids games, cake walks, and contests.
  7. BB Road Fire Department (Charles Lockard) is having a raffle.
  8. Becky Beverage/Lora Davis is selling custom tumblers, pens, and more.
  9. Bless Ur Heart (Janet Dillis) is selling engraving and clothes.
  10. Simply Sundi is selling wood, acrylic, and vinyl crafts.
  11. Hillbilly Kettle Corn is selling kettle corn.
  12. Adam Collins is selling honey.
  13. Marlena Collins is selling fried pies, muffins, and pies.
  14. Dan Cornal is having a make-your-own snow cone truck.
  15. Sarah Chewning is having newborns-in-need information collection.
  16. Gregg Crews is representing Powell Crews Title & Escrow CO
  17. Patricia Donaldson is selling jewelry, crochet crafts, and jellies.
  18. Nadine Enlow is selling Spring Dipper Ice Cream.
  19. First Baptist Church is having a quilt raffle, free popcorn, and a raffle for Silver Dollar City.
  20. Lashonda Grooms is representing United Country Cozort/USA Mortgage

Second Twenty

There is still thirty-six vendors left to go with more raffles, crafts, and food.

  1. Charles Hahn will have lemonade, funnel cakes, and other food.
  2. Kacey Hollis is having a tater, patch boutique.
  3. Paisley Street Boutique is having boutique items.
  4. Kendra’s Custom Creations is having sublimation customs.
  5. Jason’s Mexican Restaurant is going to be there.
  6. Gertrude Jett is selling aprons, oven towels, pillows, and blankets.
  7. JoElla Beauty Collective is promoting their t-shirts.
  8. Christ Johnston is having a raffle and food.
  9. Kerry Kelly is selling baked goods, soaps, and lotions.
  10. Sherry Kennedy will have water.
  11. Kristin Kirby will have Boulevard Boutique.
  12. Shelby Ledgerwood/Chayton Croslow will have clothing, art, and pop culture items.
  13. Tammy Lunyou will have crafts made with transfers.
  14. William Manes will sell books.
  15. Sweet Smoke Food Truck will have BBQ, cinnamon rolls, muffins, and cookies.
  16. Dallas Middleton/Stacy will have crafts and Noah’s ark figurines.
  17. Piece & Quiet will have info, drawings, and giveaways.
  18. Melissa Pearson/Crystal Winterfield will have crafts, jewelry, tutus, and Farmasi.
  19. Floyd Pfeiffer will have oil paintings.
  20. Ashlee Privett/Lindi will have jewelry and baked goods.

Last Sixteen

Here are the last couple of vendors.

  1. Qscience Health Products will be there.
  2. Lou & Lorna Boutique will be at the festival.
  3. Tony Roberts will be selling ammo.
  4. Rover Volunteer Fire Department will have a gun raffle.
  5. S&S Fabric will be selling aprons, quilts, bags, and stockings.
  6. Ashly Schmidt will have Pink Zebra.
  7. Oregon County 4-H will have slushees.
  8. J’ne Shelton will have campground items.
  9. Oregon County Extension will have a hunting package drawing.
  10. Oregon County Farmer’s Market will have local produce, artisan crafts, and meat.
  11. Cyndi Smith will have hand-crafted textile goods and embroidered items.
  12. Brad Spencer/Verl Warren will have wooden toys.
  13. Tabitha Stubbs will have clothing, jewelry, and shoes.
  14. Thomasville Fire Department will have t-shirts and a gun raffle.
  15. Abbey Ward will have jewelry.
  16. The Redneck Food Truck will be there.

There are fifty-six vendors at the Walnut Festival with a variety of items. There will be something for everyone! Mark the Walnut Festival on your calendar!

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