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Robinson Farmers Market 2019 Application
Thank you for your interest in participating in the 2019 Robinson Farmers Market, which will run May 13 - October 14, 2019. The Market will be closed on Memorial Day (May 27, 2019) and Labor Day (September 9, 2019).

Please fill out this form in its entirety. The Market Manager will review the application and request proof of insurance and ACHD licenses as needed. Vendors without proper licensure need not apply. Your spot will not be finalized & held until all documentation and fees have been submitted. The Market Manager will inform you of the status application within 7 days of receipt of your application.

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY MARCH 1, 2019. No applications will be accepted after that time. Checks must be made payable to Holy Trinity Catholic Church.

Feel free to contact Erin Stuvek (Market Manager) with any questions: farmersmarket@holytrinityrobinson.org
Farm/Vendor Business Name *
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Main Contact Name *
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Email address *
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Business address *
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Preferred Phone Number *
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I am applying for consideration as a: *
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Please list all products you intend to sell at the 2019 Market. *
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FEES. Vendors will be charged per Vending Space requested (one vending space is 10x10). One space will be a $200 fee for 20 weeks. Two spaces will be a $300 fee for 20 weeks. Three spaces will be a $400 fee for 20 weeks. Rotating vendors will only have access to once vending space, and pay a fee of $20/week. How many spaces are you requesting this year? *
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ELECTRICAL ACCESS. Electrical hookups are limited and not guaranteed. If you would like to utilize Church electricity, $50 must be added to your total Full Season fee. *
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Your TOTAL FEE for 2019 (checks made payable to Holy Trinity Catholic Church): *
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Please check all that apply: *
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The Market will run run May 13 - October 14, 2019. The Market will be closed on Memorial Day (May 27, 2019) and Labor Day (September 9, 2019). *
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The Market will be held at Holy Trinity Church (5718 Steubenville Pike McKees Rocks, 15136) in the Upper Parking lot. *
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Vendors are required to be set up by 2:30pm on Market Day. *
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This agreement is being entered into between Holy Trinity Catholic Church (hereinafter “the Church”) and the above Farm/Vendor (hereinafter "the Vendor") for the purpose of participating in and selling goods at the 2019 Robinson Farmers Market (hereinafter “the Market”). *
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ADMINISTRATION AND TIMES OF OPERATION. The Market is administered by the Church pursuant to the following regulations: 1. The Church sets fees and determines Market policies in compliance with Pennsylvania State and Allegheny County Health Department Regulations. 2. The Market Manager oversees the Market and has authority to assign vending space, settle disputes, disqualify vendors for violations of regulations, determine goods for sale, and determine existing and new Vendor eligibility. 3. The Market will be operated at the site of the Church located in the Upper Parking Lot of 5718 Steubenville Pike, 15136 on Mondays. 4. The Church reserves the right to terminate the Market or to change its time as it deems necessary or appropriate. *
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FULL SEASON VENDORS. All Full Season Vendors are expected to attend all market days May 13-October 14. Full Season Vendors may not miss more than two dates of the Farmers Market or risk losing their assigned lot. Full Season vendors planning to miss any particular market days must notify the Market Manager at least one week in advance of the day. Full-Season fees are due two weeks prior to the start of the Market. *
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ROTATING VENDORS. Vendor can select any one day of the season to participate. Vendor may participate as many individual days as approved by Market Manager. Payment for rotating vendors will be collected on the days they attend the Market. *
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ELIGIBILITY OF SELLERS. A Vendor must be a producer. A producer is anyone who is directly involved in the production of permitted goods. The term producer includes those individuals who are directly involved in the cultivation and production of a farm or garden, or in the cultivation and production of livestock for food; or in the creation or production of minimally processed foods. In such case, if the Vendor is not the producer, the producer must be named in this agreement and must sign this agreement. *
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PRODUCE VENDORS: For the 2019 market season, only Vendors selling produce (fruits and vegetables) who meet the qualifications of a producer as defined above, can resell produce (fruits and vegetables) grown within 50 miles under the following rules for resale of produce (fruits and vegetables): 1. The Vendor cannot solely re-sell goods; at least 70% of the goods sold by the Vendor must be produced or made by the Vendor. 2. Vendor must have a signed sales receipt from the grower that clearly documents the origin of the purchased produce (fruits and vegetables).The Vendor agrees to abide by all applicable federal, state and local laws and ordinances, and agrees that the violation by the Vendor of such a law or ordinance may be deemed by the Market Manager to be a material breach of this contract.
FMNP and SNAP PROGRAM PARTICIPATION. Vendors are encouraged to participate in the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)/Seniors and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program(SNAP) Program.The primary vendor must indicate above whether or not he/she is participating in the FMNP/SNAP, and display signage indicating this at the Market. *
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GOODS NOT PERMITTED FOR SALE. No potentially hazardous foods may be sold. It is the responsibility of the Vendor to ensure all items are deemed edible before selling. The Church, its members, staff, agents, employees, theMarket Coordinator, or Market Committee will not be held liable for any violation. For details,doubt, please call The Allegheny County Health Department at (412) 687-2243. *
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REGISTRATION TO SELL. Vendors must submit a signed agreement and pay applicable rental fees before selling any goods at the Market. It is understood that this Agreement is valid for the 2019 Market Season. *
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LIABILITY. Each vendor must obtain general liability insurance that includes products liability with minimum single limits for personal injury and property damage. Vendors must designate Holy Trinity Catholic Church as additional insured on their policy. Vendors must send proof of insurance to Market Manager before spot will be considered secured. *
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ASSIGNMENTS AND LIMITS OF SPACE. A vending space is one space approximately 10’x10’ in size. The Market Manager may move Vendors to specific vending spaces, reserve vending spaces, or restrict vending spaces as he/she deems appropriate. For safety reasons, a weighted canopy is required for all non-truck vendors. *
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VENDOR PARKING. Vendors who are not selling from a vehicle parked in their Vendor space must park outside of the Market in Church parking lot. *
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ACCESS TO SPACE. Vendors’ motorized vehicles may not be moved in and out of the Market during market hours. From 3pm to 7pm, all vehicles must remain parked in the designated area. *
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SIGNAGE/DISPLAY. The vendor MUST display signage noting the farm or company name. The vendor must display legible price markers for all goods offered for sale. If the vendor is participating in the farmers’ market FMNP/SNAP programs, appropriate signage must be displayed as indicated in the FMNP/SNAP agreement. ACHD Licenses must also be displayed. In consideration of the other vendors and public safety, please confine your product and signage to the designated booth space dimensions. Vendors may be asked by the Market Manager to make adjustments to satisfy this requirement. Displays must be professional, clean, and inviting to market attendees. The Market Manager reserves the right to ask vendors to improve upon their displays if they are not deemed professional, clean, or inviting. *
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EXPECTATIONS OF VENDOR ATTENDANCE. The market will operate Mondays from 3:00pm to 7:00pm weekly from May 13, 2019 to October 14, 2019. The Market will be closed on Memorial Day (May 27) and Labor Day (September 2). Set-up begins at 1:30 p.m. All vendors are expected to be prepared to sell promptly at 3 p.m. The vendor must be parked at his/her assigned parking area by 2:30 p.m. on the day of market. If a vendor arrives after 2:30 it is a safety hazard for the vendor to take the vehicle to the assigned space and the vehicle will be unloaded from the Church parking area. Market ends at 7:00 pm. Vendors are required to stay until the market closes, even if all goods are sold. All vendors are expected to be out of the market site by 8:00 p.m. *
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The Robinson Farmers Market has a two-strike policy: Vendors who do not call and do not show up to the Market twice may be terminated, at the discretion of the Market Manager. *
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EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES. Each vendor must supply his/her own tent, canopies, tables, chairs, weather protection and display equipment. Each vendor is solely responsible for any damages or personal injury resulting from its equipment or setup. *
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WEATHER. The Market will not be canceled due to rain. The Market will allow the vendor the decision to,at its own risk, leave or stay and carry on in the event the Market is called due to threatening weather. However, in such circumstances, staff may not be present and is not responsible for any damage. When rain is accompanied by lightning and/or high winds, it may be necessary for vendors to drop their tents to their lowest levels and take cover. Canceling or closing theMarket early will be handled on an situational basis by the Market Manager. *
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TENT CANOPY WEIGHTS. Vendors must provide weights to hold down their umbrella, canopy or tents.Canopy weights are the most effective method to secure a tent or canopy in high winds.Minimum suggestions are 25 pounds/leg weights for all unsecured legs, however Vendors are advised that best protection is found with 40 pound weights. *
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HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS. All products offered for sale must be in sound condition and safe for human consumption. Vendors are solely responsible for damages resulting from the sale of unsound or unsafe goods. No potentially hazardous foods are allowed to be sold. If you have a question regarding a particular food, please consult with the Market Coordinator. Smoking and vaping on the premises are strictly prohibited. *
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CONDUCT. Holy Trinity Catholic Church, as a Catholic institution, will not tolerate inappropriate conduct of any kind. Inappropriate conduct can be defined as: Sexual harassment, Discrimination, Excessive vulgarity, etc. The Market Manager also reserves the right to define inappropriate conduct, and the right to terminate a vendor based upon inappropriate conduct. *
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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE AND UTILIZATION. The Vendor must set up on the premises no more than two hours prior to the stated opening time each Monday. Vendors must vacate the premises by 8:00pm on Market Day and remove all personal items and equipment. Vendors must clean litter and debris before leaving. Trash cans are provided at the Market for Vendors’ use. *
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COVENANT NOT TO SUE. The undersigned Vendor agrees not to institute any action or suit of law or in equity against Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the Market Committee members, the Market Manager, or the staff, volunteers and employees of the Church, as a result of operation under the agreement. The Vendor will not aid in the institution or prosecution of any claim for damages, cost, loss of service, expenses, or compensation for or on account of any damages, loss, or injury to person or property as a result of operation under this agreement. (Name, Business name, and date below) *
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