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Cochran’s Crossing Village Association Seeking Vendors for Annual Fall Festival

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THE WOODLANDS, TX – Calling all vendors! Cochran’s Crossing Village Association (CCVA) is seeking vendors for its annual fall festival, set for Sunday, October 22, 2023 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at Shadowbend Park, 4995 Lake Woodlands Dr, Spring, TX 77382. Business sponsorship opportunities are also available.

Photo by Tiffany Marascio.

Support your community by sponsoring the festival! Your business can proudly show that it contributes to the local community. 100% of proceeds from vendors and businesses fund local student scholarships and teacher grants. Participating vendors and businesses will be visible to over 2,000 attendees from all villages. Email for more vendor and sponsorship info.

“Providing support to educators and students in our neighborhood has been a focus each year for the Cochrans Crossing Village Association,” said Michelle Sepulveda, CCVA Fall Festival Chair. “Last year, CCVA and its Fall Festival vendors raised $2,700 for educators and students in the community. We are currently seeking local businesses looking to market their product or service while connecting with their community. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please email for additional information.”

Vendors will receive a 10×10 weighted tent, 8 foot table, and two folding chairs. Tent setup and teardown are included. Nonprofit booths receive a discount. Booth space must be reserved and paid for by October 6th.




The free event is full of family-friendly activities, including: Strolling Entertainment, a Petting Zoo, Face Painters, Cookie Decorating, Candy, Bounce Houses, Rock Wall, Carnival Games, Trackless Train, Fall Photo Ops, Live Performances, Vendors, Crafts, Giveaways, a Fire Truck, Public Safety Officers, and much more. New this year will be axe throwing, a free experience for ages 12 and older, supervised and taught by experienced professionals onsite.

The festival is sponsored by Cochran Crossing Village Association, Kroger, and Hello Woodlands.

For more information about the festival, visit To learn more about Cochran’s Crossing, visit