Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at the Mill City Farmers Market. Applications for the 2019/20 indoor winter Market are closed. We will open our applications for the 2020 outdoor season online from mid-December to mid-Januray.
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Indoor Winter Market
We are not currently accepting new vendors for our indoor winter markets. These markets have capacity for about half the vendors as our outdoor market. For this reason, we open the applications to our current/returning vendors first. If we are still in need of vendors, we will contact new vendors who meet our Sustainability Statement and have filled out our Pre-Application.
Q: How much does it cost to vend at the Mill City Farmers Market?
A: Booth prices vary by booth size, vendor type and other booth requirements (eg. electricity, parking, etc.) Please read our 2019 Vendor Handbook for the most accurate price descriptions.
Q: Is there room for my business to vend at your market this Saturday?
A: The Mill City Farmers Markets opens its applications for the outdoor markets from mid-December to mid-January. We do not accept vendors outside of this time frame, but we would love to learn more about your business if you email a completed Pre-Application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: MCFM is the only market or similar event I am applying to for the year. Buying an insurance policy would solely be for MCFM, and if I was not selected I would just have to cancel the policy. Can I delay providing proof of insurance until the vendor selections are made?
A: Yes, you may delay providing proof of insurance until you are admitted into the market.
Q: I would like to table at MCFM for one Saturday representing a non-profit community group/small business. Where can I find more information?
A: MCFM typically has space for 1-2 “Community Booths” at each market to promote the work of other non-profits and community organizations. Click here to learn more about Community Booths. Businesses may also be interested in supporting the market further by becoming a sponsor of the market.