6th Annual Harvest Festival
September 28, 2013
THE EVENT IS SOLD OUT. If you would like to be put on the waitlist please register but do not continue on to paypal for payment. We will be in touch regarding your status one week prior to the event.
Please read the rules and regulations and then click the "Signup Now" button at the bottom on the page to register your booth.
1) Cost Structure
Nonprofit organizations & government entities = $40
For profit businesses = $60
2) Registration deadline: Wednesday, September 13, 2013 Late fee for registrations after September 13th (if space remains) = $20 plus cost of space.
3) Important Policies and Procedures (please read carefully - when you submit your registration form you will have agreed to adhere to these policies and procedures.)
- Booths will be located along the outer perimeters of Powderhorn Park and on Alpine Lane (adjacent to Powderhorn Park; street closed for event). Only meal and beverage vendors will be on Alpine Lane.
- Booths will each be allotted a 10'x10' space unless prearranged with organizers when registered. Space allotment for meal and beverage vendors on Alpine Lane will vary. Booth space will be assigned the week prior with the event set up starting at 9:00am on September 28.
- All booths must supply their own tent, tables, chairs, linens and, if using electricity, their own electrical strips and 150' extension cords. Electricity must be prearranged with organizer when registered. An additional fee of $25 will be charged to off-set the expense.
- All food vendors who are cooking onsite must supply their own fire extinguisher. Those cooking with an open flame need to make special arrangements with event coordinator Kristine Harris (phone 307.733-0450 or email email@example.com). Electric burners, small sternos and crock pots are permitted under pop-up tents tagged with flame propagation requirements that meet IFC 2404.2 or NFPA 701 criteria. Questions about this requirement? Contact Fire Marshal Kathy Clay at phone 307.733.4732.
- Food products, pre-made or made onsite at Harvest Festival, require temporary food permits from Teton County Environment Health (phone 307.732.8490). Individual food vendors are responsible for procuring permits 14 days or more in advance of Harvest Festival. Food vendors without permits will not be eligible to participate. Teton County Environment Health will be inspecting booths at the event, and any vendor without proper permitting will be required to close his/her booth. Print the Temporary Food Service Application here.
- Pre-event booth unloading will occur between 9:00-10:30am on day of event, and post-event booth loading will take place between 4:00-6:00pm. Unloading/loading will take place in designated areas only along streets adjacent to Powderhorn Park. Parking on Smith Lane by the Clusters is NOT allowed at any time. By 10:30am, all vehicles must be relocated to the Powderhorn Plaza parking lot, US Bank parking lot or an area street on which parking is permitted.
- In the spirit of the Harvest Festival, food and beverage vendors must use as much local/regional ingredients as possible and supply eco-friendly (i.e. recycled content or compostable) cups, plates, napkins and cutlery.
- The sale of disposable plastic water bottles at Harvest Festival is discouraged. The event will promote "BYO Water Bottle" and "BYO Bags" in its marketing.
- Vendors are responsible for submitting sales tax on Harvest Festival revenue to the State of Wyoming.
- Vendors are expected to keep their booths open until the event ends at 4:00pm. Early take-down may adversely affect a vendor's 2014 Harvest Festival booth application.
- In the event of inclement weather, Harvest Festival will be held in the parking lot of Powderhorn Plaza in front of Jackson Whole Grocer.
The 2013 Harvest Festival will be hosted through a partnership between Jackson Whole Grocer, Slow Food in the Tetons, Teton Wellness Institute and Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce. The event will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 11AM to 4PM in Powderhorn Park. The event provides a forum for local farmers, producers, organizations and community members to celebrate the end of the Harvest Season in the Tetons. Attendees will be able to purchase produce from our local farmers' last harvest, enjoy natural care professionals, local artists and musicians as we celebrate the close of another growing season. The Harvest Festival draws over 1,000 participants from Teton County and the surrounding areas.
By clicking on the "Signup Now" button you have read the above rules and regulations and agree to the terms.