|Harvest Festival for Vendors
Grand Coulee Dam Area
6th Annual Harvest Festival
September 15-17, 2017 at North Dam Park
Click here to open the vendor application
This festival has gained enormous popularity in its first three years and continues to grow. Located in North Dam Park, it includes a Pacific Northwest BBQ-sanctioned competition, a microbrew beer garden, food, arts and crafts, and yard sale vendors. Vendors are located off Highway 155 at North Dam Park, between Grand Coulee and Electric City.
Food vendors are required to pay an additional 10% of their gross festival earnings as well as their booth space expense. These monies are due to the Chamber of Commerce before leaving the festival. There are limited spaces available for self-contained RVs. Upon arrival check with officials for your space assignment. Electricity is limited and cannot be used for personal RV use.
There are no guns, knives, alcohol or any offensive items allowed. You'll need to bring your own UL-approved 3-pronged 50-100 foot electrical cord. You must apply and be accepted to vend at this festival. Applicants will be reviewed by our Festival Committee prior to acceptance to ensure they meet our specifications. If accepted, you will be notified and your payment will be deposited. If you are not accepted, your payment will be returned to you. Make sure you include a photo of your booth, items and list of what you plan to sell.
There is no early opening for this event. Vendor setup
hours are Friday 10am-dusk.
Mail the following to GCDA Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 760, Grand Coulee, WA 99133:
Food Vendors: Health Permits Required
A temporary food vendor license issued by the Grant County Washington Health District is
mandatory if you are vending food. Complete and return the
Temporary Food Service Application found here
(see the Temporary Food Establishments section) along with the fee (for high-risk Commercial Food Vendor)
to the address listed on the form. This
must be received by Grant County Health District at least TEN
(10) working days (14 calendar days) before the event.
If you have questions about health permits, contact them at
509-766-7960 (dial 0 for the operator and ask about a "Temporary Food Service Application").
NOTE: The fee doubles if the application and payment are received less
than 10 working days before the event. No exceptions.
Additional Grant County Health District materials you should be familiar with
are found in the Temporary Food Establishments section of
Grant County Health Department's website.
Have questions? Contact Peggy Nevsimal, Chamber
Executive Director, at 509-633-3074 or email@example.com.