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Bay Days Summer Market – Vendor Information


Eligibility: Preference is granted to vendors who ‘make it, bake it, grow it’. However, other types of vendors (for example, community groups, resale items) may be considered too.

Cost: Reserve your spot by paying your fee: Vendor fee is $10.*

           *You can give cash or cheque to Natalie Hunt. Contact her at or 250-527-0135.

Date and Time (subject to change):  Saturday, July 27th, Time TBD, Waterfront

On the day of the market: Please arrive up to one hour early to set up.




Health Regulations

 Vendors are responsible for complying with applicable health regulations. By paying your vendor fee, you are confirming that you have taken the necessary steps and submitted all required paperwork.


There are different requirements for lower risk and higher risk foods. These are defined by Island Health and described in “Guidelines for the Sale of Foods at Temporary Markets”, available on Island Health’s website.

Guidelines for Temporary Food Markets.


And everything about Food Safety here:

Higher Risk Food Items

To sell  higher risk food items at temporary food markets, you need to complete an application for Sale of Higher Risk Food at Temporary Food Markets and submit it to the local Health Protection and Environmental Services office.


Onsite Food Preparation

Onsite food preparation is not permitted by market vendors without approval to operate a temporary food service establishment. To prepare and sell food at public events, you need to fill out an Application to Operate Temporary Food Service. Once completed, please submit to your local Health Protection and Environmental Services Office. (Campbell River)



Reserve your spot now!

To become a vendor:

1. Contact Natalie Hunt: or 250-527-0135

       – Please provide your name, email address, telephone number and what you’ll be selling.


2. Reserve your spot by paying your fee. You can give cash or cheque to Natalie Hunt.



o Bring change and something to securely keep your money in
o Offer samples, it attracts attention to your booth and can increase sales
o Tables that look nice tend to attract more people (table cloths, flowers, etc.)
o Signage: Consider a sign for your booth, and also for your products (with price)
o Consider accepting credit card, especially if you are selling items that are more
expensive. It’s easy to accept credit cards on your cell phone these days, by signing
up for services like ‘square’ (
o You might need to supply bags, in case people don’t bring their own