2017 Taos Wool Festival / MAVWA FOOD Vendor Application
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In the early 80's Christian Community Services in Alamosa, CO created the Wool Products Association, which was incorporated as the Mountain and Valley Wool Association (MAVWA) in 1983. The original goal was to provide networking and educational support for wool producers and crafts people of the Upper Rio Grande region of southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. MAVWA's definition of wool later expanded to include the wool or hair of any animal, and its sphere of influence eventually expanded to include all of Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. The MAVWA mission today is the same as it always has been: to support our region's animal fiber industry. MAVWA provides its members with marketing, advertising, networking, and educational opportunities via: the Taos Wool Festival, a website (taoswoolfestival.org), a Wool Festival program / MAVWA directory, newsletters sent to the membership, and classes.

In the Fall of 2016, MAVWA was granted non-profit status and is now a 501c3 organization.

The Festival is produced by the MAVWA Board of Directors and MAVWA staff who are volunteers (not paid), and others who wish to help.
The Festival is in Kit Carson Memorial Park, on Highway 64 in Taos, New Mexico.
Food Vendor applications.

Vendor setup is Friday, October 6th, 8 AM until dark; and Saturday, October 7th, 7AM to 9 AM.

The Wool Festival is Saturday, October 7th, 9 AM to 5 PM, and Sunday, October 8th, 9 AM to 4 PM.

• Vendor fees for food vendors will be requested via invoice mid April 2017.
• Vendor fees may be partially refunded if a vendor cancels plans to attend the Wool Festival.
• Vendor fees will be refunded on the following schedule:
o Prior to June 1st: all vendor fees except $50.00 will be refunded.
o Between June 1st and August 1st: all vendor fees except $150.00 will be refunded.
o After August 1st: no fees will be refunded.
MAVWA provides vendor spaces (for tents, not trailers) from Friday morning through Sunday evening.
MAVWA provides security from Friday morning through Sunday evening.
MAVWA provides electricity (two 20-amp 110-volt circuits) to food vendors.
* Vendors may purchase additional electricity (20-amp 110-volt circuits) for $50 per circuit, conditional on approval by the Wool Festival Food Vendor Coordinator prior to the Festival. Electric appliances which draw large amounts of electricity (such as hotplates or microwaves) must be pre-approved, and will be connected on an as-needed basis.
MAVWA does NOT provide 220-amp service.
MAVWA does NOT provide canopies, tables, or chairs, but will provide rental information if requested.
MAVWA does NOT provide Wi-Fi access.
MAVWA does NOT assume responsibility for loss or damage of any kind sustained by vendors.
Driving vehicles onto the grass is not allowed by the Town of Taos.
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