Vendors

Show and sell at the Cherry Fair.

Cherry Themes Encouraged:

We welcome all types of vendors: artists/artisans, crafters, entrepreneurs, and community groups.

Each year, our vendors report great results in all price ranges, especially with handmade, homemade, and artful products.

Consider using cherry themes in your products, decor, and promotional materials.

Vendor Registration Deadline:
Submit your registration and pay your fees before Sunday, August 11, 2024

Cherry Fair is Politics-Free
Read our No Politics Policy.

No presentation or sale of firearms at vendor booths.

Food Vendors
Please visit CHD’s Temporary Food License information and Oregon’s Temporary Restaurant rules for food vending and safety regulations.

2024 vendor sign-ups are open!

Confirmed vendors:

Birddog Glass

Hand made blown glass barware and art glass

Baja Woman

Handcrafted silver jewelry and paintings

Solid Earth Creations

Handmade silver and stone jewelry

Juniper Tree Soapworks

Goat milk soap, batch and body products

Dora’s Garden

Flowers, herbs, house plants, catnip toys, and other goodies created from the garden.

Dance When You Dye

Tye Dye, Mobiles, Handmade Jewelry, Antique SW Native Handmade Silver and gem jewelry and pretties also.

Northeast Oregon Housing Authority

Information about housing program

Amor Jewelry

Handmade jewelry

Tromp Pottery

Handmade Pottery

Designs by Stef

Leather, wood and acrylic earrings; glass and stainless steel tumblers

Heart & Home Essentials

Flavor infused balsamic vinegars and olive oils

Instinct Outdoors

Custom fishing jigs, wide variety of indigenous beadwork, and logo tshirts and hoodies

Mountain Air Inspired

Wildlife and western design touch lamp oil warmers, fragrance and essential oils, stick horses, baskets from Africa, Incense, metal art, statues.

McLaughlin Lavender

Handcrafted lavender self care products crafted in La Grande, Oregon

Ruth Lane Farm

We’re a small farm selling oodles of treasures, from unique gifts, body care, home essentials and yummy treats!

Wildflower Lodge Assisted Living

Distributing brochures regarding Assisted Living for Seniors

Beaded Images

Beaded Jewelry

Katie Martin Custom Designs

Custom made signs, clothing, cups, stickers, koozies, hats, hair bows, bookmarks & more!

Lacey Warner

Freeze Dried Candy

Cove Pre School

Animal Balloons

Olivia Mack

Henna Tattoo

Food & Beverages

Yeti Shave Ice

Shave Ice, Hats, Shirts

McTaco Bus

Burritos, quesadillas, tortas, street tacos, jarritos, lemonade, tamales, canned coke and pepsi products, ice cream, root beer floats.

TJ & Colt’s Home Flavors

Caesar Salad/Wraps, BBQ Pork Sandwiches, Baked Beans, Iced Tea

Taste of Mexico

Tamales, Deep Fried Quesadillas, Tacos de Chorizo & Asada, Fruit Cups, Agua de Horchata & Tamarindo, Street Style Corn

Side A Brewing

Craft Brews Beer Garden

The Laurel

Charcuterie cups, Sliders, Cookies and nonalcoholic “mocktails”

Liberty Theatre Cafe

Mediterranean Salad
Baguette sandwiches
Cold brew coffee
Iced tea
pastries

  Folly Farm

Gourmet Hardneck Garlic with side-by-side tasting

Dirt and Dragonfly Pottery

Handbuilt pottery from raw clay inspired by  the outdoors and beauty and whimsy of nature

Made with luv by gracie

Silicone beaded: wristlet keychains, keychains, pens, teethers, pacifier clips, lanyards, badge reels, wine corks

Elkhorn Wool & Leather

Handcrafted Pendleton wool and leather items. Purses, infant moccasins, lanyards, wallets, etc.

Inslee Woodworks

Cutting boards, slate coasters.

Mid Columbia Bus

School Bus Driver & Charter

Ascension School

Ascension School will be promoting its upcoming campaign for a pool. Their consulting firm, The Vandersall Collective, will be hosting the booth.

Wanderlust Club – Powder Valley High

We will be doing hands-on cyanotype art projects

Cove Community Church

Pies, Baked goods, Cherry Cobbler

Teahouse Bakery

Home-baked goods, cherry pies, cherry whoopie pies, cherry cake, assortment of cookies, bars, and breakfast pastries

Cat’s Paw Soapery

Handmade palm oil-free goat milk soap, clean beauty skincare, handmade greeting cards

K Voelz Wines

Wine

Moon Treasures

Fairy gardens, handmade art, windchimes, suncatchers, whimsical jewelry, art prints and original art on canvas, Jarred pickles

Hailey Davis Arts

Arts and crafts

CWC Custom Wood Creations

Handmade kitchen tools, cutouts, signs, coasters, and kitchen towels

Sagebrush and Beyond

Handmade Antler, Stone & Bone Jewelry, Wood &Metal Art, Wax Melts & Car Freshies, Skulls, Furs and Rocks

Arts Wooden Art

Wood turned items. Bowls, vases,lamps,and pens

RAW.ATTIRE

Batiks, dyeables, pottery

Silk Butters

Hand made lotions, salves, cream soaps, all over skin healthy products

Linensinc

Custom embroidered purses out of all natural linen (all one of a kind), reservable jumpers and dusters made from Kantha blankets

Wee Wallaby Creative

Fire cider, sugar cookies, hand wood burned utensils, reverse tie dye shirts

Sunshine & Lillys Decor

Sublimation wind spinners, cups, car coaster, earrings, cutting boards, tumblers of all sizes, wine cups, glass tumblers, and camping mugs

LauriLin Designs Soapworks

Handmade artisan soap and body productsWitch’s Light

Witch’s Light

Candles, Wax Melts, Bathsalts, Sugar Scrubs, incense

Estela’s Creations

Crochet flowers, handmade goods, house plants

Glass Hill Woodworks

Epoxy/Wood cutting boards, charcuterie boards, multi tier trays, cribbage boards, bud vases, and more!

Avamazing Creationz

Crocheted items: Amigurumi, earrings, hair accessories, and more

Vendor Fees

Mailing ZIP code = 97824

  • Food/beverage: $40 per 10′ x 20′ space
  • Products/services: $20 per 10′ x 10′ space

All other mailing ZIP codes

  • Food/beverage: $50 per 10′ x 20′ space
  • Products/services: $30 per 10′ x 10′ space

Registration Dates

Open now, through Sunday, August 11th.

Resources:

Vendor Set-up Tips

Vendor Guidelines & Information