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January 11th, 2017

On their website there is information for Artists and Craftspeople looking for quality events in which to display their work.

You will find information about the shows in our current schedule of events, interesting facts about PFAF’s history and philosophy, frequently asked questions along with their answers and galleries of work you might find the next time you attend a Pacific Fine Arts Festivals event as well as links to the websites of artists participating with them.

to learn everything you need to know, go to    http://pacificfinearts.com/

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Vendors Needed: Valentine’s Pop Up Shop! – Russian Hill, SanFrancisco

January 10th, 2017

Tree House Space is looking for vendors for our next Valentine’s Pop Up Party on February 11th.
Please fill this out if you are a local vendor, artist, or crafter and are interested in popping up!

http://www.treehousespace.org/valentines-pop-up-shop.html

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

 

Spring Craft and Gift Fair- Calling for Vendors – May 6th – Mill Valley

January 10th, 2017

Mill Valley Recreation & Mill Valley Seniors’ Club presents the first annual Spring Craft & Gift Market Now Accepting Applications

Saturday, May 6th, 2017
9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Mill Valley Community Center
180 Camino Alto
Mill Valley, CA 94941

Application deadline
Friday, February 24th, 2017@ 5:00 p.m.

The public will be admitted FREE.

Download your application or pick up a copy today at the Community Center. Booth space $80.00 which includes approximately 8’ wide by 6’ deep and will include an 8’ table and two chairs.

Complete applications and payment must be returned to the Mill Valley Community Center by Friday, February 24th, 5:00 p.m. in order to be considered for the event.

All items must be handcrafted by vendor/applicant. NO imports or resale items will be allowed.

If you are interested in being a vendor or want more information contact Debbie Callaway Program Coordinator Seniors dcallaway@cityofmillvalley.org | 415-383-1370

Applications:
http://files.constantcontact.com/97ec17ed001/42b4c859-c97a-4cc9-ad6c-959f145be198.pdf

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Vendor Gallery – Zoo Lights

December 7th, 2016

Vendor Gallery – NightLife December 8th 2016

November 18th, 2016

Harvey Milk Center for the Arts Holiday Craft Fair – Dec 11th

October 31st, 2016

The1stAnnual Holiday Craft Fair at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts !   The Ballroom will be transform to accommodate space for 22 vendors and we are accepting applications now. In addition to craft booths, there will be offering live musical entertainment, a holiday
portrait photo booth, interactive art demos for the entire family, and more! The beautifully renovated HMCA is located in the heart of San Francisco’s Castro/Lower Haight neighborhood, facing Duboce Park. The HMCA Holiday Craft Fair is sponsored by one of our non-profit partners, McKinley After School Enrichment Program (ASEP). The HMCA/ASEP collaboration provides quality after school enrichment for families within our community.
WHEN: Sunday, December 11th, 2016, 11:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
WHERE: 50 Scott Street, San Francisco, CA. 94117
COST: Booth Space: $50
Event Admission is FREE to the public

Craft Fair applications and payments must be submitted to HMCA no later than Tuesday, November 15th, at 5:00 p.m. in order to be considered for the Fair. Please email your application to HMCAevents@sfgov.org, or deliver in person or mail to HMCA, 50 Scott Street, SF, CA 94117 Attn: Robby Roller.

Vendor acceptance is a juried selection based on category and quality of merchandise. Notification of acceptance will be sent via email by November 18th along with additional information for participants. No refunds will be given to accepted vendors. If you are not accepted, your check/cash will be returned and your name will be placed on the waiting list.
ITEMS MUST BE HANDCRAFTED BY VENDOR/APPLICANT. NO IMPORTS OR RESALE ITEMS WILL BE ALLOWED.
A booth space will cost $50.00. Booth spaces are approximately 8.5’ wide by 6’ deep. Vendors may rent tables from HMCA for an additional $5 per table. Tables are plastic and measure 6’x2.5’. Folding chairs can be available at vendor’s request; no more than two chairs per booth. Booth assignments will be determined by HMCA event staff. All displays must be free standing and no taller
than 8’. Double booth spaces are not allowed. Splitting one booth between two crafters will be taken on a case-by-case basis.
To apply, complete the attached paperwork (application and the Exhibitor’s Agreement). Send applications to MCAevents@sfgov.org or by mail to Harvey Milk 50 Scott Street San Francisco, CA 94117.
. Submission of an application does not guarantee your admission to the fair. If you are invited to participate, we will ask you to return a confirmation form to us after November 18th 2016.

Photos: Include no more than three photos representative of your craft items with your application. If sending via email, attach pictures to the email. Attached photos must be titled with the name of your booth/business. If you have a digital photo website link, you can include that in your application as an alternative to submitting photos.
Payments: Make checks payable to ASEP, (After School Enrichment Program) -our event sponsor. We can also accept cash if you turn in your application in person to HMCA, just ask for Robby Roller. Please be sure to complete the application requirements; not fulfilling each requirement may disqualify you from the fair.

Any questions, please contact the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts at
(415) 554-8742 or email at HMCAevents@sfgov.org

Name __________________________________
Mailing Address _______________________ City_________________ Zip _________
Telephone /Cell ______________________
E-mail_______________________
Name of your Booth/Business __________________________________
Description of crafts to be sold (Please be specific as this will assist in the selection process):
Price Range ___________
Craft Website ____________________________________
Number of photos submitted: ____ (if emailing app, attach photos to HMCAevents@sfgov.org)
Give a description of your set-up. If you have a special set-up such as screens, wall panels, etc.,*Note that entire display must fit within the space provided
No Popup Tents!
Do you need to rent tables (6×2.5) from us? __Yes __No
If yes, how many? __ (Tables $5 each)
Do you need electricity for your display? __Yes __No
(# of outlets are limited, may not be guaranteed)

Are you interested in helping promote postcards or flyers?
Are you interested in helping promote on social media?
Booth spaces are approximately 8.5’x6’ for $50.00. Table rental is $5 per table.
Make checks payable to ASEP or pay by Cash in person (ask for Robby.)

Mail to: Harvey Milk Center For the Arts, Holiday Craft Fair
50 Scott Street,
San Francisco, CA. 94117.

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use <http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/>  section for more information.

Vendors Invited for Holiday Boutique – Tues, Dec 6 – San Francisco

October 28th, 2016

Epiphany Center is hosting our first ‘annual’ Holiday Tea (and Boutique) event and we are looking for vendors to participate in our boutique. (www.TheEpiphanyCenter.org)

Date: Tuesday, December 6 (1pm – 5 pm) We will be well advertised, with printed invitations (1,000), social media, local print publications, and neighborhood flyers.

“Booth” spaces are free (6′ table provided) with vendors encouraged to give a 20% donation of sales to benefit our Recovery Program. Would you be able to donate an item for our raffle?

Please email for additional information or to request a vendor application.

Reply to: p3sjw-5798643862@event.craigslist.org

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of Use<http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/> section for more information.

Creative Vendors Wanted – Fremont – Nov 12

October 28th, 2016

The Coyote Hills Girl Scout Service Unit is sponsoring their annual Holiday Boutique on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the Veteran’s Hall in Fremont. We are looking for vendors who offer home made/crafted items for sale. Please email Karen if you are interested in joining us, or if you have questions. Email Karen for the vendor application. Deadline to register is November 4, 2016.

Reply to: xx4jz-5844653249@comm.craigslist.org

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of use<http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/> section for more information.

Looking for Vendors for Holiday Boutique – Dec 8th – Pleasanton

October 23rd, 2016

Currently looking for vendors for our Annual Holiday Boutique presented by the Amador Valley High School Cheerleading Program. This event is a fundraiser to support the AVHS Cheerleaders, and would love to have your business participate in our event!

This is a great opportunity to sell your items to those buying early Christmas gifts! The event will be advertised through out the Pleasanton community and will attract many shoppers. If your business is interested in participating in our event please review the event information below:

Date: Thursday, December 8th
Location: Amador Valley High School Multipurpose Room
Setup time: 5 to 6pm
Event time: 6 to 9pm
Cost: $25 per table
Donation: Please donate one item to be raffled off
Booth: Will consist of one 6 foot table and two chairs. Please provide your own tablecloth and table decor

Please respond before November 17th to reserve a spot at the Holiday Boutique. Space is limited! Provide the information below in your email:

Name:
Name of Business Product:
Address:
Email:
Item to donate to raffle:
Phone Number:
Special requests(i.e. need outlet, need end table etc):

Reply to: cgxqd-5836650814@comm.craigslist.org

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of Use<http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/> section for more information.

Holiday Boutique – 12/18/16 – San Leandro

October 14th, 2016

Looking for Vendors to join our Holiday Boutique on December 18th, 2016 at the Marina Inn in San Leandro, please do not contact the Marina Inn this is an outside Event from the Hotel.

Tables are 6 Feet Long with 2 Chairs and we are charging $125.00 per Table, we are only able to host 18 Vendors, so if we have an abundance of Vendors we may add a Show on December 11th, 2016 as well. Let us know which day works best for you. If both days work for you and you want to be a part of both Events let us know and it would be $200.00 for Both Days.

For information and applications, e-mail: 6hg7x-5823713903@comm.craigslist.org

We have provided this listing on our Blog as a service to our fellow indie crafters and designers. This show is not affiliated to Bazaar Bizarre San Francisco. BBSF Blog makes no guarantees or warranty as to the accuracy, completeness or authenticity of the information contained on this post. Please direct all questions using the contact information as listed on this blog post. DO NOT leave questions here on our blog as they will not be answered by the show organizers. See our Terms of Use<http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/sanfrancisco/policies-and-terms-of-use/> section for more information.