Street Vendors Start Your Engines

In Portland, Oregon, there are approximately 150 festivals and events that invite street vendors to sell their wares. Most are seeking vendors online  through their websites and social media sites*.
Applications can be submitted electronically with options of Paypal or other online payments. Usually there is an option to print and mail as well.
Remember, applications are not usually considered accepted until payments are received.
4/30                   82nd Avenue of Roses Parade & Carnival
5/3 & 5/4          9th Annual Handmade NW
5/14                   St Johns Bizarre
6/24 & 6/25     Good in the Hood
6/25                  Taste of Parkrose
7/9                     Mississippi Street Fair
8/6                     Beaumont Fremont Fest
8/10                   Belmont Street Fair
8/13                   Alberta Street Fair
8/15                   Jade Night Market
8/20-8/21        Multnomah Days
8/22                  Jade Night Market
8/28                  Hawthorne Street Fair
9/10                  Tigard Street Fair
9/17                   Division Midway Festival of Nations
Other Performer, Vendor and Sponsor Opportunities:

*Disclaimer: Links may change by the organizers.

About Bridget Bayer

Bridget Bayer is an author and community organizer working to create vibrant main street business districts that support local economies. Bridget believes shared activities are a catalyst for positive change. Her professional work fosters community involvement by creating shared events that enhance communication, develop shared interests and support existing and start-up non-profit organizations. At home, Bridget focuses on innovative ecological practices, hates waste and dependably finds ways to eliminate it. After 25 years in the restaurant industry, she still loves to cook especially with locally sourced veggies including those homegrown from her garden. Bridget, the first mate on Ama Natura, lives on a floating home on the Columbia River in Portland with Peter Wilcox, instigator of the Inside Passage Decarbonization Project, and the lovely Luna, her favorite cat.