Cumberland Street Market call for vendors

Deadline for registration April 30

Organizers are kicking into high gear planning for the 2016 Village Market Day, Cumberland’s annual Street Market and May long weekend celebration, held Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Join villagers and their friends from across the Comox Valley for a delightful day in the heart of Cumberland with a diverse array of vendors, kids arts and crafts, hands-on activities, live music, merchant specials, delicious drinking and dining, community booths and so much more.

Applications are now open and online for artists, artisans, producers and purveyors of plants, crafts, art, toys, trinkets, jewelry, books, clothing, tasty treats and more!

There are special reduced rates for not-for-profits, Dunsmuir merchants, live demos and kids’ vending too! Vendor applications can be found at www.elevatethearts.com under Get Involved or bit.ly/1pIbBFy.

Deadline for registration and payment is April 30.

Come and see for yourself what all the buzz is about in the village these days. Village Market Day is co-ordinated by the volunteer crew at Elevate the Arts, a not-for-profit team of event animators, culture lovers and community builders, on behalf of the merchants of Cumberland.

 

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