The C.H. Moore Homestead / DeWitt County Museum hosts the Apple 'n Pork Festival.
Held annually the last full weekend in September, the Apple 'n Pork Festival was established in 1967 to provide funds to restore and maintain the
C.H. Moore Homestead / DeWitt County Museum. Attractions include 19th century artisans and craftsmen demonstration and sales, pony rides,
tomahawk throwing, giant flea market, food booths, live music, museum tours, antiques for sale, farm museum tours, and much more.
Below is a complete list of all vendor locations for the Festival.
For information, please contact the vendor locations directly.
Vendors should contact locations directly.
Trams are available for rental. Contact Clinton City Hall @ 217-935-6552
For further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact the C.H. Moore Homestead / DeWitt County Museum.
C. H. Moore Homestead DeWitt County Museum
219 E. Woodlawn, Clinton, IL 61727
Homestead Grounds: DeWitt County Non-Profit FOOD VENDORS are eligible at this location.
Artists & 19th Century Crafters: Request an application by email: email@example.com
Flea Market Area: Antique Dealers, Craft Vendors & Other Vendors request an application by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vespasian Warner Public Library
200 Block of N. Center, Clinton, IL 61727
217-935-5174 - NO COMMERCIAL FOOD VENDORS
Clinton Antique Mall
1439 W. State Highway 54, Clinton, IL 61727 (Antiques only)
217-935-8846 - NO FOOD VENDORS
Clinton Presbyterian Church of Clinton
302 N. Center, Clinton, IL 61727
Church office @ 217-935-6178
1477 W. State Highway 54, Clinton, IL 61727 (Crafts only)
217-935-5363 - NO FOOD VENDORS
Clinton Area Farmers & Artisans Market
Mr. Lincoln’s Square, Downtown Clinton, IL 61727
*Certain Restrictions & Requirements Apply
St. John’s Parish Center
502 N. Monroe Street, Clinton, IL 61727 (Crafts only)