NICE Festival Vendor Sign-Up is Now Open!

NICE Festival Vendor Sign-Up is Now Open!

NICE Festival Vendor Sign-Up is now open! NICE Festival is an annual event that was created to celebrate the diversity in our community with international food, art and music. It also includes a vendor area, where artists, businesses and nonprofits can promote themselves and sell their products. Each vendor receives a designated area approximately 10ft x 10ft. Prices range from $225-$450, depending on your organization type and product category. For example, businesses pay more than nonprofits; food businesses pay more than artists. If you are interested in vending at the NICE Festival, follow the steps below: Deadline: April 30, 2019.

Step 1:

Complete the Vendor Form.
Click to download the Vendor form.

Step 2:

Return the Vendor Form to:
Janet Evelyn
Executive Director
NICE INC
20 Elmwood Ave, Norwalk, CT 06854
Email: janet@norwalknice.org • Phone: (203) 919-3000

Step 3:

Select Vendor Type and make a payment.
Click to review vendor types and prices.

Step 4:

Complete required additional forms.
Click to review additional forms.

ANGIE DURRELL at LATINCOLORS 16th Edition

ANGIE DURRELL at LATINCOLORS 16th Edition

Angie Durrell, the cover of LATINCOLORS 16th Edition

We congratulate LATINCOLORS for the 16th Edition of the Magazine. It was celebrated on a beautiful event where the protagonists of the magazine shared their time and talents with the community members and friends.

En la entrega de 16 edición de la revista de Latinco Lors

Posted by Pilar Blanco on Sunday, April 8, 2018

ANGIE DURRELL: CONNECTING CULTURES THROUGH MUSIC

Since an early age, Angie Durrell fell in love with the violin and her community. She found a way to succeed thru music and now shares her passion and talent with young children that like her enjoy music.

Angie is thankful for the opportunities and the values instilled by her mother and mentor. She looks to support and inspire INTEMPO’s children and families the same way they inspired her.

Even though her success hasn’t been easy, she wants to let people know that adversity is part of everyone’s lives and that we need to overcome it and be grateful of what we have.

Angie is a devoted advocate for diverse music and works hard to bring many cultures together through music.

 

Amazing talent!Great event, thank you Rene

Posted by Hilda Ayala on Sunday, April 8, 2018

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