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This article was written on 02 Feb 2018, and is filled under 124 Grand Market, Farmers Market, Vendors.

VENDOR CALL!! 124 Grand Market

***EDIT AS OF APRIL 12, 2018***

Applications for the 2018 season of the 124 Grand Market are CLOSED. We are so grateful for all the support we have received up to this point and are SO excited for the season!

If you would like to inquire about becoming a wait-list vendor, please follow the link below. Please read the vendor rules + regs CAREFULLY prior to filling out a form. Thank you! -WHC

It’s finally here!

Vendor applications for our 7th season on 124 Street are now open to the general public.

If you are a maker of food, jewelry, art, or doing some other cool stuff we want YOU!

And BIG NEWS! If you missed it, we announced that we will be opening a 2nd location on Sundays (more info coming soon!).

Click here to apply. Limited space. Please keep in mind when applying:

**We are a public market, but we still adhere primarily to a makeit/bakeit/growit ethos. Please no multi-level marketing businesses. However join our mailing list! We do other events throughout the year where your products would definitely fit in!
**Food vendors must prepare out of a commercial facility
**You must be fun
**Please read the full vendor application for full guidelines and regulations

We are thrilled to be continuing to do the amazing work in our 124 Street community. Thank you for making the past 6 seasons so wonderful, and we look forward to the next year! 

18 Comments

  1. Antonina Ramos-Pichay
    February 20, 2018

    Hi. If I will be selling pickles, jams, and rice cupcakes do I need a commercial kitchen? I read in AHS website that these items can be prepared at home and can be sold in farmers market.

    Thanks.

    • admin
      April 12, 2018

      Hi Antonia-

      As per the vendor regulations outlined in the application we are a Public Market which means all food must be prepared in a commercially inspected facility. Please review the guidelines for next year’s application process. Thank you!

  2. Simon Budziszyn
    February 27, 2018

    Good evening;

    I run a high end menswear consignment store in South East Edmonton. I was thinking of perhaps opening a table at the market to sell accessories such as ties. The items I sell are not locally produced, but are of very high quality.

    Here is a link to my business website, if you’d like to see the kinds of items that I sell.
    https://www.luxmrkt.ca/

    Let me know if this is something that would be a good fit for the market
    Thanks
    Simon

    • admin
      April 12, 2018

      Simon-

      We reached out to you via email. Did you still want to apply? We are full but we can waitlist you if anything opens up. We’d love to have you! -WHC

  3. Julie MacNeill
    February 27, 2018

    I am a local author and would like to promote my novel in my hometown.

  4. Stephanie Young
    March 1, 2018

    My dad Tim Hodges and I make tables, Clocks and Wine decor out of old cable spools and grape crates from wine making.

    • admin
      April 4, 2018

      Hi Stephanie, we still have a few dates left for Thursdays if you’d like to apply!

      Thanks

  5. Graham Michaels
    March 1, 2018

    Is it possible to apply for just Sundays?

  6. Marty Shaw
    March 2, 2018

    Hello,

    I am the General Manager for Ribstone Creek Brewery in Edgerton, AB. I was wondering if you are accepting applications from breweries to participate in your market? I see you list your market at a public market. Is it considered an approved farmer’s market? If so, can you please forward an application to my email address?

    Thank you!

  7. Sahhara Heather
    March 4, 2018

    Hi,

    I have connected with you previously. I have been doing the French Quarter Market since fall of last year. I also do Sylvan Lake Market. Recently the mgmt at French Quarter decided to discontinue the market. Many of the vendors recommended The Grand Market. My requirements are unique in that I am a non rain vendor. I create charcoal portraits on the spot and my display is fragile so therefore, I cannot set up on rainy days. I have been doing market, art events and music festivals for over 20 years and wondered whether there might be some flexiblity within the reservation policy to allow for the limitations to my situation.. Thanks very much.

    Sahhara

  8. Embert Purihin
    March 7, 2018

    We have a hot sauce we’d like to sell at the 124 Grand Market during the Sundays in June/July/August. We have two flavours, our Habanero and Ghost Pepper. Our product is made in a commercial kitchen. Insurance is pending on whether we are accepted to the Market. Before I submit our formal application, I was curious to if there would be a spot available to us.

    Thanks for your consideration,
    Embert Purihin

  9. Sylvie Podloski
    March 9, 2018

    Hello,

    I make premium artisan soaps using toxins free ingredients only and would love to take part in your market!

    I do not have a website yet but would be happy to send photos :)

    Best regards,

    Sylvie

  10. Christy Brown
    March 13, 2018

    I would like to become a food vendor at your market. We are creating Mexican food for all to enjoy.

  11. Christine Stephenson
    March 13, 2018

    I am interested in being a vendor

  12. Kristy Carlyle
    March 13, 2018

    Hi 124 Grand Market,

    How do we apply as a vendor?

    Thank you!

  13. Jason Ritchie
    March 22, 2018

    Would love, love to get back to the market!!

  14. Esther alaric
    March 26, 2018

    Would like to be a Sunday vendor!! Please email me an application. Thank you!!

  15. admin
    April 12, 2018

    Thanks to everyone who has left such kind messages! As indicated in the updated post above, applications for the market are CLOSED. However we can still acccept you as a wait-list vendor, please follow the steps above and email us an app ASAP!

    You are all great! -WHC

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