Rural Heritage Fair

The Collin County Farm Museum proudly presents the second annual Collin County Rural Heritage Fair. On Saturday, May 19, 2018, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., people from around the county will join us for a free, family-friendly celebration of our rural heritage. The fair will boast craft stations for kids, demonstration areas for adult educational programs, farm heritage activities and shopping for handcrafted arts and crafts.      

*NEW* Exciting opportunity for people to sell their arts and crafts. We have a new area, called the Kid's Marketplace, which is where all the kid-friendly games, activities and shopping takes place. This year's marketplace consists of goods made and sold by local youth, many of whom learned their specific crafts at the Collin County Farm Museum.

The Mercantile is where merchants, local artists and food artisans sell their handmade goods. (No multilevel marketing.) We are looking for canners, woodcrafters, leather crafters, jewelers, fiber crafters & spinners, basket makers, quilters, tin-smiths and metal workers! If you made it by hand, then sell your wares here. 

Application Deadline is February 9, 2018 by 4:00 pm. Download application here.


Myers Park and Event Center Contact Information
Location & Contact Information

Myers Park & Event Center
7117 County Road 166
McKinney, TX 75071 
972-547-5743 (Fax)

Park Staff:
Judy Moody, CPRP: Park Manager
Mark Page: Event Coordinator
Stacey Hamlin: Asst. Event Coordinator
Joanie Bishop: Secretary

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Collin County Farm Museum
Jennifer Rogers, Museum Coordinator
Wells Building @ Myers Park & Event Center
972-547-5743 (Fax)

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Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express (with non-refundable convenience fee paid directly to Certified Payments processing company), cash, check, or money order.