Jewish Community Center of Washington, DC

Vendor Fair Application for Chanukah Holiday Market

Date:
Tuesday, December 6, 2022
Time:
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location:
Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center

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Chanukah Holiday Market

Tuesday, December 6

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm*

Location:

Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center - 1529 16th St NW

 

Venue:
We will have two rooms the Cafritz Hall and the Community Hall for vendors and then have other programs throughout the building for DIY crafts and musical performances. We also can offer you space outdoors if you prefer in our parking lot!

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Parking: There will be parking spots to load-in your items in front of the building. After load-in you can park at a garage located nearby More parking and load-in information will be sent closer to the date of the event.

  • This event is presented by EntryPointDC, the program for 20s and 30s young professionals of the Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center, a non-profit
  • In our first year we had 200 people in attendance, second year we had 250 people and this year we are expanding to include adults of all ages
  • All vendors that attend our event will have their website link featured in our newsletter that goes out to 5,000+ young professionals and the event will be promoted in our main newlsetter that will go out to the entire community of 40,000
  • Limited number of vendor spots, get yours while we have them!

*Please read the following vendor information section:
By submitting the registration form below, you agree to have read the information and to follow the craft market vendor guidelines. Your registration is only complete when payment has been received.

COVID-19 Policy:

Mask-wearing inside of the EDCJCC is not required but you are welcome to wear one.
 
Requirements For Booths:
Booths should consist of at least 50% hand crafted items or food, those with handcrafted items will have first priority in filling spaces. We encourage hand crafted items related to themes of Hanukkah, Judaica, and Jewish holidays but this is not required. Handcrafted items should be no more than 15% Christmas related. We reserve the right to not accept booth applications that do not fit our holiday market asthetic and will be in touch if this is the case.

Food Vendors: Please bring Kosher friendly items - ie no shellfish or pork and no meat products unless Kosher 

Exhibitors/Vendors Responsibilities:
1.We will be providing one 6 foot rectangular table and 2 chairs per vendor. Please let us know in your application if you need any additional space.

2. Please provide your own: props, signs, electrical power strips, electrical cords, payment systems, set up and take down. If you want to bring your own tables or set-up please indicate this in your application.

Set-up & Take-down:
Set-up: You may set up from 5:20 to 6:30 p.m on the night of the event. If you need to bring something to the venue before this time please contact Stacy at stacym@edcjcc.org Please check in when you arrive to receive your space assignment.

Take-down: Take down will start at 8:30 p.m on the night of the event. No exceptions. We are trying to make this craft market he best in the area and it affects all the other vendors if one or two are taking down and packing up early. The patrons think the event is over if they see people packing up their things.

3. Fill out the application and pay the $40 vendor booth fee. If the fee is prohibitive from participation please let us know.

Application is below, please sign up by December 2! You are accepted to participate as a vendor once you have filled out the form and paid.

Questions? Email Stacy, Director of EntryPointDC at Stacym@edcjcc.org

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