Vendor Application for Stittsville Market At The Barn - 2021 Season
Stittsville Market at the Barn is a small market featuring local farm fresh producers and artisans. The market is situated inside the log barn at 6154 Abbott St. East, next to the Village Square Park in Stittsville. Organized and run by Registered Holistic Nutritionist Mandy Faulkner and her family, the weekly market operates Thursdays 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm and Sundays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

We seek to provide local, sustainable, homemade and/or produced products to our community. We are always looking for more farmers to join our beautiful quaint market. We value supporting local farmers who use organic and holistic practices in farming.

Our regular season runs from early May to end of October. There may also be other opportunities for additional markets as well as Spring, Fall, and Holiday markets.

We will be doing our best to limit duplicate types of product/business but there may be overlaps and there is no guaranteed exclusivity.

Sunday markets run from May 9 - Oct 24
Thursday markets run from May 13 - Sept 30

Markets operate rain or shine. As the market is both outside and inside an old barn without air conditioning or electric heat, please dress appropriately and bring necessary coverings so you are comfortable.

Thursdays 4-7. Set up time will begin 3.
Sundays 9-1. Set up time will begin at 8. If you require more time for set-up, please let us know.

VENDOR SPACE: Spaces can accommodate a 6x4 table. Vendors are responsible to provide their own table, chair, and umbrella/covering if applicable.

PARKING: There is no onsite parking and limited street parking. After you have unloaded your product, we ask you to move your vehicle a little further down Abbott St. East to accommodate customer vehicles closer to the Barn.

ELECTRICITY: Our barn runs on solar power for lighting so we are limited in its use for other appliances. Power packs are encouraged for any vendor who requires electricity. Low noise generators may be considered.

WASHROOMS: There are no washroom facilities on site at the Barn. There are however, local coffee shops located near the market.

SMOKING: Smoking is not permitted on or near the market. If you must smoke, please cross over Abbott St or to the opposite side of the Trans Canada trail.

Thursday: $15 a day
Sunday: $25 a day

Thursday (May 13 - Sept 30): $300 for 21 markets.
Sunday (May 9 - Oct 24) : $575 for 25 markets.
Both Thursday & Sunday: $825 for 46 markets.

To secure you spot as a seasonal vendor, a 25% deposit will be due once your application has been approved, 50% of the fee due at the beginning of the season, and the remaining 25% due July 31.

*Farmers = 15% of meat/produce sales up to a maximum of the seasonal daily rate. Farmers are defined as vendors who raise or grow their own products for sale. Please discuss with us if you feel you would qualify for the Farmer's rate.

Due to COVID-19, there may be a few adjustments remaining in affect. This may change based upon Ottawa Public Health requirements.
- We may be limited in the number of vendors we can accommodate to ensure physical distancing.
- Vendors may still be required to provided hand sanitizer and wipes at their tables to disinfect their hands and surfaces in between customer transactions.
- Vendors may be asked not to touch customer's reusable bags.
- Masks (or appropriate Plexiglas barriers) may continue to be required.

We require all vendors to sign and return a waiver of liability.

Cancelations occurring between 24 and 48 hours before the market start time = $10 fee
Less than 24 hours notice = full rate

All products, supplies, and equipment are to be removed from the Barn at the end of every market day.

All waste is to be removed at the end of every market day.

No nails, screws or other such adhesive materials are to be used on the Barn structure.
Displays shall be self-standing or secured to vendor’s equipment.
All displays shall be placed within assigned space unless other arrangements have been made.

We strive to ensure our market is welcoming and inclusive. The use of racist, sexist, homophobic, or other oppressive language will not be tolerated.
Concerns brought to our attention will be addressed immediately and may result in a warning or other consequences up to being requested to no longer participate at the market.

**It is understood that by submitting an application that you have read and agree to all of the above.
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