Cherry Fair Vendors


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Already signed up as a vendor? Scroll down for helpful tips and info to make fair-day successful and fun!

Confirmed Vendors


  1. Side A Brewing — Beer Garden, food fare TBD
  2. Hines Meat Co. — Brats w/Buns, Turkey Legs
  3. Becky’s Burger Wagon — Breakfast, burgers, hot dogs, fries, and drinks
  4. Hawaiian Shave Ice — Frozen delights
  5. YesPlease Kettle Corn — Fresh made Kettle Corn & Lemon Shakers
  6. Kneads Bakery – Breakfast pastries, bagel/cream cheese, Stromboli and lunch pastries, breads & cookies, vegetarian & gluten-free options
  7. Plain & Simple Goods — Infused water, homemade lemonade, unique popcorns
  8. Staci Le’s Trailer Trash Coffee — Espresso, Cold Brew, Big Train, Red Bull, Sun Tea
  9. Le Bebe Cakes Bakery — Cold drinks & Baked goods
  10. Brookshire Catering Service — Breakfast food, Philly Sandwiches, Veggie Burgers, hand Street Tacos, Soda and Coffee
  11. Randi DeMeerLeer — Caesar salad/wraps, BBQ Pork Sandwiches, Iced Tea
  12. Yia Yia Nikki’s — Gyro, spanakopita, grabs leaf roll, baklava
  13. KS BBQ — hot dogs, quesadillas, taco bowls, bottled drinks

Artisans, Products, Promotions, Fundraisers

  1. Cove United Methodist Church — Home-based Cherry pies, cobbler bowls, bread, cookies
  2. Alfredo Jemenez — Cove Cherries
  3. Boston Philly Group — Cotton Candy, beef sticks, raffle tickets
  4. Coral Rose — Handcrafted home goods
  5. Cove Honey — Honey and products from the hive
  6. Folly Farm — Gourmet garlic
  7. Jeanie Zebrak — Handcrafted Jewelry and Original Paintings
  8. LuLaRoe Heather Torres — LuLaRoe clothing
  9. Ponderosa Studios– Original Art
  10. Paparazzi Accessories — Jewelry of all types
  11. Something for EveryBODY — Oat almond milk soaps, bath bombs, and more
  12. Health Builders — Health/nutrition products, Ionic foot bath cleanse, organic skin care
  13. Bag Lady Jane — Hand crocheted purses
  14. Gypsy Motherhood Etc. — Handcrafted jewelry, trinkets, and decor
  15. Union County Safe Communities Coalition — Teen crafts, and program info
  16. Sleep in Heavenly Peace — Bunk Bed construction demo and services info
  17. Quail Crossing Studio — Fine art paintings, prints, calendars, etc.
  18. Queen Bee’s — Raw Honey infused with cherry, honey snacks, tie-dyed t-shirts
  19. Country Charm Creations — Wine barrel bistro set, wine racks, wine tables, yard decor, hematite jewelry
  20. Hank’s — Custom knives
  21. Hannaford’s Creations — Wood art
  22. Trippy Hippie Artifacts — Wire wrap jewelry, tie dye
  23. Shelter from the Storm — Resources for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking
  24. Tastefully Simple — Signature seasonings and food products
  25. LeVel Thrive & Skin — Vitamins and skin care
  26. Helwicks — Handmade wooden decor, jewelry, natural plant-based soaps, and coconut wax candles
  27. Blue Mountain Translator District — Info about BMTD TV service, surveys about future of telecommunications
  28. Karen Goodwater — Carved stones and carved stone jewelry, Millefiori clay chokers, Euro charm bracelets, tie-dye shirts, milk & honey soaps
  29. Talk About Trees — Forestry education
  30. MTMD La Grande Weight Loss Clinic — Medical weight loss clinic info
  31. Amy’s Jewels — Handmade jewelry and pallet signs
  32. Silk Butters — Handmade, natural skin care. Custom available.
  33. Kim Rollins Fine Arts Imaging — Photographic Prints/Art
  34. DJC Farm Creations — Hand-made farm-style furniture & decor from locally salvaged wood
  35. Tromp Pottery — Hand thrown pottery
  36. Bead Junkie Jewelry — Hand-beaded jewelry & gifts
  37. I’m Seeing Dots — Mandela art
  38. Teresa Uriarte — Fine Art Photography
  39. Old Crow Stoneware Company — Pottery
  40. City of Cove — info about Cove, recycling info
  41. Rocky Pines Designs — Custom apparel and gifts
  42. Eleanor Blankenship — Crafts, knitted gifts, handmade totes

Cherry Fair is Politics-Free. 
No vendor booth or parade entry shall be used for political purposes, including distribution of campaign material, or to promote partisan positions or ballot proposals. Read the full policy here.     

Setting Up

Set up and Tips (PDF)

  • We will send out assigned vendor space(s) 3 days before Cherry Fair day.
  • Spaces will marked and ready for set-up by noon on Friday before the Cherry Fair.
  • You may set up your booth on Friday.*
  • Drive-on fairground entrances and exits:
    – Next to Founders Hall near the corner of Hwy 237 and Church Street.
    – Cove Sportsman Club on Hwy 237 west of Ascension School.
  • Assigned spaces and space numbers are painted on the ground.
  • Cherry Fair volunteers will be available to help with space locations. Ask for Cindy.
  • All vendors must be set up and ready to vend by 8am.
  • All vendor vehicles must be parked and stationary by 8am.
  • Vendor parking on the south lawn near Hwy 237 is free, and limited to one (1) vehicle per vendor.
  • Keep “no parking” spaces free from obstruction.

Tips for Success

Set up and Tips (PDF)

  • Sign up early to get the best spaces and best chance for having special requests met.
  • If signing up within one week of fair day, call Cindy at 541-805-8563.
  • Keep a copy of your Vendor/Venue Information and Registration Form.
  • 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.
  • Bring a chair. Eight hours is a full day, and your feet and knees need 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, and wet wipes or paper towels.
  • You may leave your things overnight if you set up on Friday. Protect your products from the weather and make sure your belongings are reasonably secure.*
  • 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.
  • Make sure you have someone to fill in while you take a break now and then.
  • Most important: Have fun with a lot of great people!

*Cherry Fair, Cove Community Association, and Ascension School Camp & Conference Center are not responsible for the loss or theft of any items left unattended. Thankfully, Cove is a pretty safe place and honest community.