Craft Fair &
Flea Market

2020 Craft Show & Flea Market at the Grundy County Fairgrounds

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Admission: Corn Fest Button, available at the gate
Parking: Free Parking - Shuttle services available

NO PETS ALLOWED ON THE FAIRGROUNDS!

Our show is set up for shopping! We have three distinct areas: Craft, Flea Market, and New Merchandise/Miscellaneous. If you are looking for something specific, a list of vendors is posted to direct you to the correct location.

Just a sampling of the handcrafted items available are hair feathers, bows & accessories, doilies, quilts, clothing, dolls, baked goods, floral designs, ceramics, yard decorations, and of course, woodworking items and furniture. This is also the perfect time to shop for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas decor!

Our Flea Market section is made for bargain hunters. Our vendors offer antiques, glassware, coins, hardware, sunglasses, jewelry, housewares, toys, sports memorabilia, and hundreds of other items that are too numerous to mention.

In addition to these vendors, many organizations offer new merchandise as well as informational displays. Our Craft Fair/Flea Market is one of the most popular events of Corn Festival. We have plenty of FREE parking and a FREE shuttle service to transport you to and from the gate, or assistance with large items, if necessary. Grundy County Fair concession stands will be open throughout the day.

We hope to see you there!

Vendor Info

Repeat Vendor Deadline: March 1, 2020
Registration Deadline: September 13, 2020

Show & Event Location

  • Hosted by: Morris VFW Auxiliary

July 9, 2020 NEWS RELEASE

The Grundy County Corn Festival in Morris, IL for 2020 has been officially canceled due to the Pandemic.

The Grundy County Corn Festival Board unanimously voted to cancel this year’s festival due to so many unknowns and variables at this time. We know that the cancellation will be a big disappointment for many people. Please know that our board made this decision with heavy hearts and analyzed every avenue to make it happen to no avail. The attendees, staff & volunteers of our festival and our community’s well-being/safety is of utmost concern to all of us.

The Illinois Department of Public Health currently has not published their festival and parade guidelines, the state’s inspectors for carnivals are not doing inspections, and there is a possibility that we cannot obtain necessary permits/licenses for this year.

Again, we are deeply saddened in making this extremely difficult decision, but look forward to another great festival in 2021.

 

Grundy County Corn Festival, Board of Directors

[ All vendors will be notified shortly ]

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