2020 Farmstand Holiday Market Vendor Information


We are looking for unique, local, quality items to be sold.  Your application will be reviewed by the Market Manager – and the Vendor Selection Committee. Due to the size and category limitations for our market, not all applicants can be accepted.

Market open:

  • November Sat.28th & Sun.29th –  10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • December Sat. 5th & Sun.6th  –   10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • December Sat.12th & Sun.13th  –  10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • December Sat.19th & Sun.20th  –   10:00 am – 4:00 pm
  • December Mon. 21st, Tues.22nd, Wed. 23rd  –  11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Location: CF is located at 28901 NE Carnation Farm Road, Carnation, WA 98014. The Market will take place in the Farmstand. We have space for two vendors per day. There is limited heat in the Farmstand so plan accordingly.

Daily Booth Fees
Each Vendor will be charged the following fees at the time of acceptance:

$25/ day for one 8 ft booth.

Booth fees will not be refunded after Nov. 24th.


Once accepted we will send you a link to pay online, or you can pay via check made out to Carnation Farms.

Vendor Cancellation or No-Show
“No-shows” hurt the credibility of CF and negatively impact other vendors and customer satisfaction. Should a vendor need to cancel or alter attendance, the vendor shall notify the Market Manager as soon as possible, via phone or email, but no later than 48 hours prior to that week’s Market.

Cancellation / no show fee: If you are a no show or cancel after the 48 window prior to that week’s Market you will be charged a $150 fee. 

Booth Spaces: One 8 ft table and one chair will be provided.                              Only one person per booth space will be allowed.

Due to the smaller and limited booth space all items associated with your booth must be contained within your booth space. We do not have the ability to accommodate any hanging racks, or added tables to the booth space. Electricity is limited and will need to be arranged with market manager 24 hours prior to market day.

Market Closure: In the event of severe weather conditions that would close the Farmstand/Market vendors will either be refunded or rescheduled to another date (if possible).

Set Up: Set up for the Market can begin one hour prior to market open. You can unload in front of the Farmstand, but cars must be moved before market open.

Parking: Vendor parking will be in the gravel lot next to the Farmstand. Parking across the street is designated for customers only.

Lunch/Break: Vendors have the option of closing for a 30 minute lunch window and their booth door can be closed. This will need to be arranged with the market manager at least 24 hours prior to market day. At your own risk.

Clean Up: Each vendor agrees to thoroughly clean up their booth space at the close of each Market day.  This includes hauling away all trash that is generated in or around the booth and sweeping up any debris left on the ground. Vendors should bring supplies to clean their booths. Vendors need to be loaded up and off the property no later than 5:30 pm.

Vendors that will be joining us for both weekend days may leave their booth and products overnight at your own risk.

Carnation Farms is not liable for any lost, stolen, broken, or damaged goods.

Restrooms: Located inside the building. Restrooms are for employees and vendors only. No Public Access.

Licenses, taxes, and permits: – All vendors must comply with all laws, ordinances and regulations of the United States, Washington State, and King County. All vendors must have the necessary licenses and permits required to produce and sell their products and shall provide the Market Manager with current copies of all permits. Failure to disclose product information and/or lack of licensing and permitting may result in the removal of products from the booth, or expulsion from the Market at the Market Manager’s discretion. All vendors must supply their own equipment for making sales, Covid safety supplies (masks, gloves, sanitizer, etc.), and sampling of any food products is prohibited.

Vendor Relations
It is the Market’s policy to foster good relations between vendors and customers.  The Market Manager or representative of CF has the right to remove any vendor whose conduct is disruptive, offensive or harmful to the integrity or sensibilities of the market customers, staff and other vendors. Disruptive, offensive or harmful behavior may be described as, but is not limited to: 

  • Noncompliance of rules and regulations as outlined by Carnation Farms.
  • An act of assault, harassment or intimidation; including angry yelling, hawking
  • Use of crude or abusive language 
  • Fighting
  • Discriminatory or hateful behavior
  • Acting in an unprofessional manner 
  • Negatively affecting the market atmosphere or reputation in the opinion of the Market Manager or CF staff.
  • Misrepresentation of products sold 
  • No-show attendance without notice

Pets: For sanitary and safety reasons, dogs will not be allowed at the Market.

Carnation Farms COVID-19 Policies and Procedures:

Masks are required at all times.

Here at Carnation Farms, we are working hard to make sure each and every person who visits the farm is welcomed into the safest environment possible. Our staff takes temperatures every morning, practices social distancing and wear face masks while working.  We keep interactions with guests at the farm to a minimum. We sanitize high contact surfaces multiple times a day.  Staff are kept up to date with CDC best Practices. 

Social Distancing and Masks required:  All interactions between people not of the same household must be 6 feet apart. This is an imperative rule and must be taken seriously. Masks are required.

Carnation Farms will not provide any PPE supplies for vendors.

Should I come to Carnation Farms?

If you have experienced any of these symptoms in the last 14 days please do not come for the market and contact the market manager.

COVID-19: ● Fever or chills ● Cough ● Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing ● Fatigue ● Muscle or body aches ● Headache ● New loss of taste or smell ● Sore throat ● Congestion or runny nose ● Nausea or vomiting ● Diarrhea

If you experience any of these symptoms after leaving the farm, please contact us immediately.

COVID-19: ● Fever or chills ● Cough ● Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing ● Fatigue ● Muscle or body aches ● Headache ● New loss of taste or smell ● Sore throat ● Congestion or runny nose ● Nausea or vomiting ● Diarrhea

Your signature on the application acknowledges that you and your team have read and agree to abide by these following governing guidelines.  

If you have any questions or concerns, you can email Kazia Pumel, Market Manager



Have these documents ready:

  • product list
  • necessary permits and licenses for your product
  • electric requirements for your stall
  • an electronic high resolution version of your logo .eps, .jpeg preferred  *required

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