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General Vending

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 Vending Circle

Vending spaces are at least 12ft wide in front, 20ft deep and marked with chalk. Your vending booth, vehicles, tent and other items must fit within those boundaries. Vending location may be purchased online, or at the gate beginning at noon on Thursday. Spaces are granted on a first come, first serve basis.


 One vending purchase includes a camping pass for one person. Others traveling with a vendor may purchase a weekend camping pass.


The route is a steep dirt grade with few pull out spots. If you have over heating, poor battery, starter or other vehicle problems, please get them fixed before departure. Expect vehicle lines, entering and exiting the highway and the Faire. Please, shut off your vehicle as often as possible.

Food Vendors
All vendors selling or sampling prepared foods, or processed foods must comply with Okanogan County Health Dept. food handling guidelines. It is every vendor's responsibility to be aware of and in compliance with all permit and licensing requirements. Copies of all permits must be posted/onsite at all times. ALL foods MUST be prepared on the Faire site. No home-canned or home-prepared items are permitted. Exceptions are items prepared in a licensed facility.


   Bring Necessary Supplies

If you leave the Faire early, you pay full price to get back in. This should substantially reduce traffic. Buy all your necessary supplies and make that phone call home before you enter the Faire.



Trash Collection

Vendors must supply trash and recycling containers and are responsible for hauling and sorting recyclables to designated recycling areas. A large dumpster will be onsite to provide a place for trash collection only. Recyclables will need to be sorted out before garbage is put into the dumpster. There will be a $5 per bag fee for unsorted trash.


   Bottled Water Vending

Once again www.purewater.org is the official water sponsor for the Okanogan Family Faire. This means that if you vend bottled water YOU MUST PURCHASE IT FROM THEM. To order water for your booth or if you have any questions email: info@purewater.org


Recycle    Camp Fires Entry Rules

Expect a line of vehicles awaiting ticket purchase on entry. Get speedier entry with pre-purchased tickets.

Questions? Email - vendors@okanoganfamilyfaire.net

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Pet Dogs and Service Animals


Non-service dogs are not allowed at the faire. We ask all service dogs check in at the gate.


Please be aware of Washington State laws about service animals! Service dogs are trained to perform tasks for the benefit of individuals with physical or mental disabilities- guiding the blind, alerting the deaf, as well as people prone to seizures or other tasks directly related to a disability.


Under the American with Disabilities Act, animals whose sole purpose is to provide comfort, companionship, or emotional support do not qualify as service animals and are not allowed in the Faire.


  Non-approved dogs will be turned away at the gate. There are multiple kennels and shelters near by. If you need a copy of the available places, locally, to board your pets, feel free to contact us. Our Faire manager, security officials or Board of Director president will be happy to answer any questions you may have.


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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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