Organizers of Pulaski County’s state bicentennial celebration are seeking vendors to take part in the three-day event. Torch Fest will take place Oct. 7-9 in Winamac to coincide with the arrival of the Indiana Bicentennial Torch in the county. It will come up U.S. 35 into Pulaski County on Friday, Oct. 7 and travel part of the Panhandle Pathway en route to a celebration in the Winamac Town Park.
The Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce and Community Development Commission opted to roll the Spirit of Pulaski County festival into the bicentennial celebration and make it a three-day event.
They’re looking for crafters, artisans and vendors to sell merchandise or promote their business during the weekend long festival in downtown Winamac. Applications must be turned in to the chamber by Sept. 30. Click TorchFest Vendor Registration for more information.