Now taking applications for vendors in Lafayette, LA!

2017 SWUUWCon Vendor UUWF

February 28 - March 1, 2020

Set up is Friday after 1pm.
Vendor hours are Friday 4pm - 9pm and Saturday 10am - 9pm.
Special needs requests will be processed and honored where possible.
Two artists may share a table, but only one application is required.
One Vendor Space includes one 6' table and two chairs - Price: $80.00
Electricity to the table is available for an additional $20 fee.

Additionally all Vendors are asked to donate a high-quality item to SWUUW for our Annual Raffle benefiting our scholarships fund. Thank you for your generosity!

SWUUW reserves the right to decline applications. Payment is required upon application submission.

Please be prepared to upload a couple of images of sample items for sale, as well as your donated raffle item.
E-mail with any questions.
Acknowledgement e-mail will be sent when your application arrives. 

PLEASE NOTE: Hotel lodging and conference registration is not included in the vendor fee. If you would like to stay at the hotel, you will need to reserve a room and pay for it separately. See conference rates here. If you would like to attend the conference, and be included in the conference meals, you will need to register and pay the conference fee separately. Registration information will be published later in the year. 

Submit Vendor Application Here 

A non-profit organization that supports women through worship, learning, leadership, community and social justice, SWUUW addresses women's issues, explores feminist theology, promotes friendships and celebrates the diversities that make us unique women on our individual spiritual paths. SWUUW is an organization open to all UU women, particularly those women in the Southwest District of the Southern Region of the UUA.


SWUUW aligns itself with the spirit of Welcoming Congregations as depicted by the UUA. All who see themselves as women are welcome.


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