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Vending - Food  

Food Vendor Application Form

Complete this document as it is needed for vending placement in the circle.


 Food Vending Entry Begins Wed @ 8am

The initial food service inspection will take place on Thursday by Okanogan County Health Department. Food vendors will be allowed to vend on Thursday.


General Vendor Guideline

Application for Food Permit

Okanogan Co. Health Dpt. (pdf file)


(509) 422-7140

1234 S. 2nd Ave. - P.O. Box 231

Okanogan, WA 98840


 *Food Service Permit...

 No food service permit will be issued after 14 days before the event.

 A Food Service Permit will not be Issued at the Faire.

Pay particular attention to the type of foods allowed.

The Health Dept will be on site to inspect each food vendor.
All foods must be prepared on the Fair site. No home-canned or home-prepared items are permitted. Exceptions are items prepared in a licensed facility.



Eco-Friendly Serving Products - Required!

Includes cups, plates and utensils

No Styrofoam

Trash Collection

Food Vendors must supply trash containers and are responsible for hauling out all garbage as they exit.

Recycle    Camp Fires Respect!

Expect a line of vehicles awaiting ticket purchase & entery. Get speedier entry with pre-purchased tickets. Questions? Email - vendors@okanoganfamilyfaire.net




Water More Precious Than Gold




Beginning 2012, "Water More Precious Than Gold" is the sole sponsor of The Okanogan Family Faire. Food booths are now required to purchase water through The Okanogan Highlands Bottling Company.

Please contact info@purewater.org for prices and sizes.

Food vendors or anyone selling water should pre-order and can then pick up water on site at the drum circle from Wednesday on.


A successful Event



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The Okanogan Family Faire is a 501c4 non-profit organization whose mission supports cultural projects and education in the Okanogan.

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