Vendor Opportunities are Available for the Holtville Farmers Market and Street Fair

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Holtville Farmers Market

(Holtville, CA) A limited number of vendor opportunities are available for the November 21, 2013 Holtville Farmers Market and Street Fair.

 

Please contact the Holtville City Clerk Glyn Snyder at 760-356-4170 for more information.  The County of Imperial Environmental Public Health Department recently reduced the permit fees for Temporary Food Facility Permits to allow food and produce vendors to secure a single day permit for ten dollars ($10). For more information please contact the Public Health Department directly at 760-482-4448 or www.icphd.org.

 

“The Holtville Farmers Market and Street Fair is a great opportunity for small businesses to provide their goods and services directly to the consumer. We expect over 1,000 people to attend this event. Non-profit organizations that have participated have found these events to be a fun and exciting way to conduct fund raising. This is an opportunity to directly engage the community in philanthropy,” noted Holtville City Manager Alex Meyerhoff.

 

The City of Holtville will host the Farmers Market and Street Fair on Thursday November 21, 2013 from 4pm to 9pm at Holtville City Hall which is located in Holt Park.

 

This family friendly event is free and open to the public, features fresh produce and a wide variety of delicious, healthy and ready to eat food.

 

Produce and Natural product vendors have included Patty’s Roadside Produce, Marilynn’s Country Store and Kilah’s Dates.

 

Delicious Bites vendors have included United Methodist Church’s baked goods, First Assembly of God’s nachos, pepper bellies and popcorn, Cookies by Chris, Lovio’s Kettle Corn and Shaved Ice, Iglesia Del Valle’s churritos, doros and tostitos, Olguin’s Kitchen Fish Tacos, St. Joseph’s hamburgers and Wild West Kettle Corn and El Rey Del Taco, the Original’s Roasted Peanuts and Old Town Restaurant’s carne asada tacos and hotdogs, Hot Rods And Beer’s ribs, Calvary Chapel’s baked goods, Guillermo Chavez’ funnel cake and Spear’s Shaved Ice.

 

Art and Gift vendors have included Fun Foamis, Flea Market Chick, Desert Collectible’s, Sweet Honey Cosmetics, Fredrick’s Jewelry & Crafts, J & K Enterprises Children’s Toys, APG Kandle Shop & Boutique, Necklaces by Marissa, Art by Mun, Mardalay Handbags and Accessories, I Heart Kids, Inspire Me, Elisah’s Paparazzi Jewelry, Something Outa Nothing, Shirley D Originals, Linda Layton’s Handmade Jewelry, Tonya Bonillas Crafts, Face Painting by Kidz Party Pals and El Centro Sol De Oro Lion’s Club.

 

Please call Glyn Snyder, City Clerk at 760-356-4170 for more information