Exhibitors are welcome to join the Belfast Harbor Fest festivities on Saturday and/or Sunday, August 18-19, 2018. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All vendors should be set up before 9 a.m. All vendors must submit an application by August 1, 2018. First come, first Served. Space is limited.
Spaces are available outside the tent and inside the tent at Steamboat Park on a space available basis, so please get your application in early. Food and other sales vendor spaces are 120 sq. ft. (12′ wide by 10′ deep). You must provide your own shelter, table, racks, etc. Electricity (110v) is available for a $20 additional charge with a limit of one access per exhibitor. You must provide your own heavy duty extension cord.
Exhibitors who are selling food, services, goods of any kind must pay $75 for each space requested.
Exhibitors who are not selling anything are not charged a fee but must submit an application as space is limited and will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.
If you are interested in becoming an exhibitor at the Belfast Harborfest, please click here and submit this Vendor/Exhibitor Application and return it to:
Vendors/Exhibitors, Belfast Harbor Fest, P.O. 74, Belfast, ME 04915 or attach it to an email and send to: email@example.com.
An event organizer will contact you.
We look forward to working with you.
Vendors and Exhibitors At the 2018 Belfast Harbor Fest
We make homemade ice cream at our small plant in Monroe, Maine. Our ingredients include milk from our neighbors at Hilltop Farm, cream, and sugar (never high fructose corn syrup). Our flavorings and extracts are all natural, and we use Maine grown fruit and maple syrup whenever possible.
Look for the purple truck
Darling’s Ice Cream for a Cause (At Heritage Park Touch A Truck)
Serving Ice Cream to serve our community
Oysters Shucked to Order; Beer Garden with Beer, Wine, and Sodas
All natural pantry staples, textiles & lifestyle design. Food Truck
Local Hot Dogs Classic and Gourmet
Harbor Fest Information and Merchandise. Charitable Giving Projects in Waldo County.
The mission of the Penobscot Marine Museum is to preserve, interpret, and celebrate the maritime culture of the Penobscot Bay region and beyond through collections, education, and community engagement.
New Buicks and Chevrolets.
Come Boating!’s mission is to create educational boating-related programs that preserve and broaden the maritime heritage shared by the Belfast area community and strengthen our connection to the sea.
Information on the Waldo County Home Building Project
ACE of BLADES
Sharpening of Knives, Scissors and More
Stone housewares made in Midcoast Maine
Maine Wedding Photography and More
Reproductions of antique patented fish lures
Maine AllCare promotes the establishment of publicly funded healthcare coverage for all Maine residents. This system must be efficient, financially sound, politically sustainable and must provide benefits fairly distributed to all.
Nautical and Wildlife Paintings on All Kinds of Surfaces
Landscape, Seascape, and Wildlife Photography
My Maine Mat
Mats & Baskets Handmade from Lobster Fishing Rope
Enjoy the taste of real Maine Lobster in every bite!
Doughnuts, Granola, Baked Goods, Syrup, Jams and Relish
Handknitted Hats, Mittens, Scarves, Felted Sheep and Character Mice
Handmade Fishing Lures
Original Paintings and Prints of Maine Scenes and Scenery
Fine Home Decor and Elegant Night Lights
Homemade soaps and beard care
Odd Duck Enterprises
Your gateway to Maine artisans
Comfort, Compassion & Companionship
Retirement Living in Midcoast Maine
Helping our residents maintain healthy lifestyles