1. This is an outside event. Each vendor needs to provide their own table, chair, supplies and canopy/tent. All displays and products must be contained inside the vendor's space. All vendors will be responsible for setting up their space/take down/and clean-up of their area including removing all garbage from their area at the end of the day. Garbage and recycling will need to be taken away with the vendor. Pack it in, pack it out.
2. We accept nonprofit/for profit produce booths, prepared foods booths, food trucks, bakery booths, crafts /homemade items, artisan booths, commercial sale items and direct sale items. Please fully describe your product in the space provided on your application. We will make an effort not to duplicate commercial and direct sale vendors and will try to accommodate any who would like to participate on a rotation basis. We will also make an effort to book vendors with the intention of creating a balanced, diverse market; one that celebrates community and stimulates our local
3. The following products are not allowed from any vendor: alcohol, drugs, drug paraphernalia, weapons, or look alike weapons, including, but not limited to squirt guns, toys that shoot projectiles; fireworks, sparks or burst in anyway; T- - shirts, hats, or any other products that have logos containing illustrations with violence, strong sexual, gang, political or drug related contents. Any political or religious propaganda, including politically suggestive items are not allowed. The Saturday Market Board may bar other items at its discretion.
4. All vendors are required to know what rules, regulations or laws pertain to their products and are expected to follow those, including obtaining any permits or licenses required.
5. OHA Guidelines currently require us to fence in the Fairground and monitor attendance. Vendors will be given a stamp. All loading gates will be closed at 9am and will not reopen until 1pm. There will be one public entrance and exit located on the west end by the pavilion once the market opens at 9am. We will make any adjustments necessary as OHA guidelines change.
6. Food truck/trailer vendors will need to make arrangements with the vendor coordinator to schedule a setup time. Set up begins at 8am for all vendors. If additional time is needed, contact the vendor coordinator.
booth 7. Booth vendors set up between 8:00am & 9:00am. Please check in with the vendor coordinator upon arrivalfor
location and any needed information. For safety reasons all booth break downs will be after 1 pm. No vehicles are allowed on fairgrounds except food trucks. Early breakdown will remove you as a future vendor.
8. Each vendor should take appropriate measures to protect their property. Scio Saturday Market/Linn County Lamb & Wool Fair is not responsible for any lost or stolen goods, products or personal items.
By participating in this event, you are agreeing to follow the OHA Guidelines set forth for the market to operate. We reserve the right to deny continued participation at any time and the decision of the vendor coordinator is final. All vendors will provide a hand sanitizer for public use. Masks will be worn at all times on the fairgrounds and in the pavilion. Food must be consumed off the fairgrounds property at this time.