HARVESTFEST 2023 POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER 30th.
Registration update as of 8/30/23: We are now taking applications to be on a waiting list for 2023 Harvestfest vendors. We have a very limited number of spaces available. Please reach out to John Walker directly if you are a farmer with locally grown products, or a vendor that offers unique handmade items (due to a high number of Jewelry vendors we are no longer accepting applications for these products)
Returning Vendors:If you would like the same space as last year, please submit an application by August 1, 2023. Otherwise your space from last year will be reassigned based on a first come, first served.
TO REGISTER ONLINE, click theYELLOW "Register" button to the right.
TO PRINT a paper application, click on the blue link below and mail with a check. Vendor Application
Rules for all vendors:
Bethel Harvestfest is a rain or shine event.
Bethel Harvestfest is a non-smoking event.
Vendors must staff their booths from 10am-3pm unless severe weather becomes a factor.
Set-up times: Sept. 29, Friday evening, 3-6pm (NO overnight security available) or Sept. 30, Saturday morning, 7:30am-10am.
Vendors must be set up by 10am, and vehicles moved to off-street parking.
Space: Your 10'x10' tent plus 2' of clearance on each side = 14'x14' total space.
Tables are available for $10 each.
Tents, chairs, and displays are NOT provided.
Tents must be staked and preferably also weighted with anchors.
Location or designated boundaries of any booth space may not be changed.
Exhibitors must sell his/her products only, and items must be handmade by them or their family members.
Pets must be leased and waste removed.
$10 fee for all cancellations before August 18th.
No refunds after August 18, 2023, unless the Chamber cancels this event for any reason. We will then offer a full refund.
Arts & Crafts Vendors: $90 Non-profits: $50 Farms: $50 Farm booths should sell locally-grown food, flowers/plants, or animal products (wool, soaps, honey, etc.), baked goods, or canned goods made from local produce. Products may be sold by the farmers themselves, or someone designated by the farmer who grew/produced the items. Local is defined as within 75 miles of Bethel, ME. Please contact John at the Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce at (207) 824-2282 or email@example.com with questions.