Information for Vendors and Patrons
For the Vendor:
Single or double tables are available, including for day rent rates.
Cost for the 2013 season running this summer through Nov. 4th is $100 or $5 per day.
Open: Fridays 4-7pm
Please download the application PDF attached to the bottom of this page.
What you will find at the Market
Raw Agricultural Products: This category includes fruits, vegetables, grains, herbs, flowers, bedding plants and potted plants. Bedding plants and potted plants must be grown from seed, plug, cutting, bulbs or bare root, and be well established in its current container, by the seller. No resale of pre-finished plants is allowed.
Value-added Agricultural Products: This category includes products made of raw agricultural products grown/raised/produced by a Cherokee International Market vendor that have been processed. Examples are jams and jellies, salsas, oils, soups, vinegars, baked goods, cider, molasses, ice cream, tamales, sandwiches, nuts, etc., and similar processed products that may not be covered by other CIM rules. Vendors of value-added products must abide by all applicable federal, state, and local health and label regulations. If value added products would be enhanced by additional items such as condiments, bread products, fruits or vegetables, etc., CIM encourages every effort be made to obtain the additional items locally, preferably from other CIM vendors.
Non-agricultural Products: This category includes farm, garden, or food related crafts and value-added agricultural products made without raw agricultural products grown by the member. Examples include: baked goods, handmade soap, other garden related products, pottery and similar items. The member selling them must have created these items. These products are admitted at the discretion of the management, for members in good standing only.
For the patron:
At the market will be youth from CAMP's youth program, refugee farmers from the International Institute's Global Farms program, neighborhood and regional farmers, and other food producers.
The Cherokee Street entrepreneurial spirit will blossom again with innovative entrepreneurs and creative crafts people selling their wares.
Other area farmers and vendors will be marketing their knowledgeable experience at the community market.
Please stop by on Saturday to browse and enjoy the Cherokee International Market!