Tri-County Family Care Center is still seeking vendors for the upcoming “Cruisin’ Into Summer” Festival & Keep Kids Safe Fair being held June 1.

The event takes place in the 200 block of South Main Street, Rocky Ford. Non-Profit organizations, food/vendors, crafters, informational, safety, retail, and children’s activities are all welcome to participate.

Tri-County is encouraging people to set up booths to inform the public about various safety issues. Some safety/information booths have already registered, such as Rocky Ford Police Department., Rocky Ford Fire Department., Otero County Health Department's Tobacco Program, La Junta Fire Department Smoke House, Otero County Department of Human Services, DentaQuest, Rocky Ford/Swink Lions Clubs-Kid-sight/eye screening, Total Concept, Black Hills Energy-Powerline Safety, CSU Extension-STEM Exploration, Kids Crossing-Foster Care/Adoptive Resources and Trauma Information, Colorado State Patrol-Seat Belts & Driving Simulator, Good Day Disc Golf, Crafts, Food and Nerf Dart Tag (Battle Zone).


A nominal fee is charged depending upon the type of booth, how much space is needed and need for electricity. There is no charge for non-profits to have a booth, unless they are selling something. You must provide your own shade, tables and chairs.

All vendor registrations need to be in by May 29 and deadline for Food Booths is Satuday. A vendor sign-in table will be available at Tri-County Family Care Center’s booth near the stage. Look for the purple banner! Set up will begin at 7:30 a.m. June 1.

For more information, or to register your booth or activity, please contact TCFCC at: 512 ½ N. Main St., Rocky Ford, or call 719-254-7776. You can also e-mail at: sarah.tricountyfcc@gmail.com