We have vending opportunities several times a year for our local and regional crafts people, artisans, demonstrators, and makers. Spring Plow Day and Fall Heritage Festival are the largest events of the year, and can boast as many as 70 different vendors at a time. We may add additional vending opportunities in the future. While each event is different, and vendor setup can be a little varied, typically, during our festivals, our vendors occupy our Tobacco Barn, Feed Lot, Lop Pen Barn and yard spaces. Some booth sites have access to electricity and some do not. If you have questions regarding vending opportunities @HGR for your business, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall Heritage Festival 2021 is on September 11th
We will be accepting new vendor applications for Fall Heritage Festival Starting June 22nd. Click the link or download the form below to apply! Email email@example.com with and questions!
Complete vendor/demonstrator application and payment online:
Click HERE to fill out an application online for Fall Heritage Festival 2021 (vendors and demonstrators)
After submitting the form, click the "Pay Now" button to submit you vendor fee for Fall Heritage Festival online. If paying with a credit or debit card and NOT using a Paypal account, click the Paypal checkout option and "pay with credit or debit"
Complete vendor/demonstrator application and payment via snail mail
Prefer a paper form? Click the PDF below to download and print a paper copy of the application and the policies to return by mail.
-The Festival will be held rain or shine. -Free parking for all vendors and demonstrators nearby with easy access for loading and unloading. -Each vendor will have a pre-designated approximately 12x12 foot vending space marked in advance with a name card for the vendor. -Booths for nonprofits are half price. -Covered vending spaces (tobacco barn, feedlot etc) are first come first serve. Vendors may select a covered space, or are encouraged to bring their own tents if their space is outdoors. Electricity is available at some spaces, but not guaranteed. -Spaces with access are first come, first serve. -There is no fee for demonstrators such as blacksmith, weaving, pottery making, creating a product, etc. But we do require a completed registration form, and would be honored to receive a donation item for our raffle. -No refund of fees due to bad weather, but you may deduct your fee as a donation to Homeplace, a 501 (c) (3) organization. Money is used to help restore the farm. -We respectfully ask our vendors to consider making a donation of a product or collection of products equalling a minimum value of $25 to be raffled by Homeplace on Green River to support the organization.
Vendors are required: -To set up before the festival starts and remain until closing time. Set up may be the previous day but there is no guaranteed security. -To attach a copy of their business license (if applicable) with the registration (registrations may be scanned and sent as an attachment) -Registrations received on or before August 13th qualify for the early bird vendor fee of $35.00. Registrations received after will have a $45 vendor fee. -Vendor Fee payments can be submitted with the registration via online payment, or by check. -Vendors must provide their own tables and chairs and are responsible for all their own set-up and tear down.
Sales restrictions: -Sale of food or water is restricted to food vendors (candy, jams, and jelly sales OK) -Original/hand made arts and crafts only, (no resale items) -Live plants may be sold if nicely potted and identified with growing instructions.
All vendor applications are subject to the discretion of the staff and board of Homeplace on Green River and we reserve the right to reject any application.
Questions? Contact Program Director Lyn Stanton firstname.lastname@example.org