Confirmed Vendors (as of 8/15/17):
- Side A Brewing – Beer Garden & Handmade Foods
- Cove Honey – Maureen K.
- Quail Crossing Studio – Original art, prints – Becky L.
- Demarle at Home – Baking ware – Melinda H.
- Shelter from the Storm – Kids crafts – Ritter W.
- Paparazzi Jewlery & Accessories – Ann D.
- LuLaRoe Clothing – Heather T.
- Something for Every Body – Handcrafted soaps, bath bombs, lotions, etc. – Carolyn R.
- The Gathering Hole – Ladies’ handbags, concealed carry, wallets for men and women – Pam G
- Coral Rose Crafter – Aprons, quilts, afghans, and other handcrafted items – Coral R.
- Plexus – health and wellness supplements – Kim R.
- Kim Rollins – Imaging Fine Art: photographs of landscape/wildlife/western ranch on note cards
- Usborne Books & More – Usborne and Kane Miller books for children – Bethany A.
- Cove Booster Club Booster membership and apparel, cherry lemonade, cotton candy – Deb H.
- Tromp Pottery – Hand-thrown pottery
- Folly Farm – Side-by-Side Gourmet Garlic Tasting
- Cove Community Association – Quilt Raffle & Bottled Water
- Bead Junkie Jewelry – Marci C.
- Randi DeMeerleer – Caesar Salad/wraps, BBQ Pork Sandwiches, Iced Tea, Lemonade, Taco Pockets, Taco Salad
- Cove United Methodist Church – Baked goods: cookies, bread, cherry pies, other fruit pies, cherry cobbler bowls
- Thyme for Simple Pleasures – Handcrafted soap, lotion, lip butter, body car e products – Vicki H-B
- Cove Family Farm Supply – Introducing a new Cove feed store – Timur & Gary G.
- Alex’s Artistic Designs – Face Painting, homemade key chains – Alex F.
- Oregon Rural Action – Brochures and information materials
- Donna’s Handcrafted Jewelry – Handmade jewelry – Donna A.
- GJC Farms – hand painted signs/decor – Gailen C.
- Peggy Kaseweter – Quilts, potholders, pincushions, washcloths, neck coolers, cell phone purses, shopping bag holders, checkbook covers
- Pampered Chef – Kitchen tools, party-booking, team members recruitment – Roxanne G.
- HG Naturals – Handmade soap bars, cupcakes, and crocheted shower accessories. Also, batch bombs and sugar scrubs – Christine B.
- Kauffman’s Market – Homemade pies, half moon pies, cinnamon rolls, beverages, and ice cream – Katelin K.
- Stratus Aerial Photography – Aerial photos (for purchase) of balloon riders and fair day events – David C.
- Home and Hearth – RADA cutlery and homemade items/art – Heather G.
- Imbler Christian Church – Cotton Candy, Christian SWAG, and other goodies.
- Trippy Hippie Artifacts – Handmade wire wrap jewelry, tie dye t-shirts, dream catchers – Sam B.
- Julie Culver Witten – Street tacos, mexican rice
- Le Bebe Cakes Bakery – Cherry Pies, cherry pastries, cupcakes, and beverages
- BBQ Hut to Go – Yeti Dogs, water, coke – Howard M.
- Kristal’s BBQ – snacks, hot dogs, chicken kabobs, drinks
- EOLS Royalty – Meet the Stock Show Queen and her court
- Philly Fundraiser – snacks, gun raffle tickets – Isaac Lee
- Talk About Trees – tree education, free info for youth about forests, kids’ crafts
- Yeti Shave Ice – shaved ice treats – Ryan L.
- Cherries – Alfredo J.
Vendor Contact: Cindy at (541) 805-8563 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Not on the list yet? If you sent your packet in and don’t see yourself listed, or if you still want to sign up, please contact Cindy (info above).
Want to receive a vendor packet or join the vendor email list?
- Download and complete the Cove Cherry Fair Cherry Fair Vendor Registration 2017.
- Call Cindy at (541) 805-8563. Do not mail the packet after Aug 10th because it may not arrive before Cherry Fair day.
- You will be notified by email of your assigned vendor space(s) at least 3 days before Cherry Fair day.
- We will have your vendor spaces marked and ready for set-up by noon on the day before the Cherry Fair. We’ll have map handy, too.
- You may set up your booth (at least the equipment) on Friday.
Note: We are not responsible for any valuables left unattended overnight.
- You may drive onto the fairgrounds to set up at either entrance:
– South of Founders Hall near the corner of Hwy 237 and Church Street.
– Cove Sportsman Club on Hwy 237 west of the fairgrounds at Ascension School.
- On arrival, look for your assigned space(s) number painted on the ground.
– Can’t find your space? A Cherry Fair volunteer will be available to help.
– Go to your space and set up.
- Parking is free, but very limited.
– Vendor parking is on the south lawn near Hwy 237, between the fence and Taylor, French, and Paddock Halls.
– One vehicle per vendor is permitted in the vendor parking area.
- Prepare to break down at 4pm, and vacate the property by 6pm.
Tips for Success
- Sign up early to get the best spaces and best chance for having special requests met.
- If you are last-minute sign-up (7 days or fewer to fair day), call Cindy at 541-805-8563.
- Keep a copy of the Vendor/Venue Package you sent in for registration.
- First time vending? Do a practice set-up at home to make sure you have all of the equipment and supplies you need to be productive and comfortable for an 8-hour day.
- Shade is limited, so bring a canopy to keep yourself and your goods cool and comfy.
- Speaking of comfy, bring a chair, too. Eight hours is a full day, and you will need to give your feet and knees a break now and then.
- Need power? Bring your own power strip and long extension cord.
- Keep your products and the vendor area clean. Consider bringing a small waste basket (maybe even some wet wipes or paper towels) so your customers don’t have to walk away from your booth to toss snack wrappers.
- You can leave your things overnight if you set up on Friday.* Please make sure your area is protected from the weather and your items are reasonably secured.
- Think of your vendor spaces as including the few feet in front of your booth — the space that will be occupied by customers, whom you want to keep in your selling space as long as you can.
- Bring plenty of extra change. There are no banks or ATMs in Cove.
- Accept multiple types of currency (cash, check, and credit/debit) if possible. People spend more if they don’t need cash on hand.
- Most important: Have fun with a lot of great people!
*Cherry Fair, Cove Community Association, and Ascension School are not responsible for the loss or theft of any items left unattended. Thankfully, Cove is a pretty safe and honest community.