Application for Growers & Food Vendors

 
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The Market strives to be a place where our community can shop for locally and sustainably grown, raised, farmed and fished foods; as well as carefully handmade, prepared meals and grocery items.  The market also hosts vendors who carry planted edibles to give gardeners (even the most novice ones) the tools to grow their own food at home.

We do not accept the following products for vending:

  • “Carnival” Food such as cotton candy or funnel cakes
  • Packaged, nationally distributed foods or products
  • Overly Processed Foods

We do have a wish list, and applicants who fall into any of those categories are more likely to be invited to join the market first.

  • Local, organic/sustainably-grown fruits
  • Handmade Pasta & Sauces
  • Pickles & other preserved products
  • Eggs Permitted for human consumption (not master feed license)
  • Local, organic/sustainably-grown starter plants (veggies, fruits, herbs)

*At this time, we are not accepting any applications for concessions vendors (vendors who wish to sell meals for consumption on premises).

Application for Artists, Crafters, & Other Vendors

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The Audubon Park Community Market features a rotating selection of handmade and art vendors. We also feature household goods, vintage items, and other unique goods. In an effort to include a wide variety of artists and handcrafters, we use a shared display space and most vendors get one Monday a month at the market. The rotation is determined based on space and demand.  

Not sure which category your business falls into?  This is the application for you.