Exhibitors are welcome to join the Belfast Harbor Fest festivities on Saturday and/or Sunday, August 21-22, 2021. 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, 2021. 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 Form 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 2019 Belfast Harbor Fest
Wicked Maine Pops
All natural organic & small batch frozen pops!
The Moody Dog
Locally sourced hot dogs with homemade classic and gourmet toppings. Sausage, bison sliders, breakfast sandwiches. Vegan and gluten free friendly.
Belfast Rotary Club
Burgers, Hot Dogs, Lobster Rolls. Harbor Fest Information and Merchandise – Hats Shirts, Totes, Mugs and artist-signed posters. Charitable Giving Projects in Waldo County.
Chef on the Run
Specializing in Gourmet burgers, sandwiches, Soups, Breads, Pies, Custom and Specialty Cakes and other fine Pastries.
Stone Fox Farm Creamery
Stone Fox Farm Creamery prides itself on making only the most premium homemade Maine ice cream, with “less air” so that it has the density and taste to create the best “mouth-feel” experience for each customer! We use all-natural, local ingredients to make our many flavors
Gutter Protection systems
United Farmers Market of Maine
A first class farmers and artisans market overlooking the bay of Belfast, Maine.
Nordic Aquafarms is dedicated to leadership in fish welfare, quality and sustainability in land-based seafood production.
We are a full-service boatyard located just a few miles from Belfast Bay. Belmont Boatworks was founded in 2012 by Dan Miller, with the simple principles of providing affordable transportation, storage, maintenance and keeping the waterfront accessible to all.
New Buicks and Chevrolets
|ACE is a professional sharpener, offering expert service on site for knives (kitchen and others), scissors, wood carving tools, and pruning tools.|
Belfast Community Works Repair Cafe
|Repair damaged household items (lamps, toasters,etc. Small simple electronics, flat tires, simple sewing etc.)|
Penobscot Marine Museum
The Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, Maine, United States, is Maine’s oldest maritime museum and is designed to preserve and educate people regarding Maine’s and Searsport’s rich and unique maritime and shipbuilding history. It was founded in 1936, and is located at 5 Church Street in the center of Searsport
Schooner Charm LLC
Charm is an 85’ Pilot schooner that was designed and built in Camden, Maine and now sails from Thompson’s Wharf in Belfast. Charm is available for cruises running from 2-4 hours as well as full day or multi-day events. For more information please contact Angela Swainson at 207-930-9072 or visit us on Facebook @schoonercharm
Tim Caverly Books about Maine.
Always Wonderful Memories Photography
Maine wedding photography and more.
Belfast Boat Mafia
Back and Forth boat trips on the bay
Reproductions of antique patented fish lures.
Friendship Lobster Treats
Gourmet Maine Lobster Crackers and Lobster Treats for Salty Dogs.
Gryffon Ridge Spice Merchants
Organic & conventional culinary spice blends.
My Maine Mat
Mats & baskets, Rope Leashes and Key Fobs handmade from lobster fishing rope.
Wildlife Sculptures in Wood.
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.
MaineHealth is a not-for-profit family of high-quality providers and healthcare organizations committed to the health and well-being of the communities and people we serve. As the largest healthcare organization in Maine and a leading healthcare provider serving northern New Hampshire, MaineHealth is recognized as one of the nation’s top integrated healthcare delivery networks.
Habitat for Humanity
Information on the Waldo County Home Building Project.
Rod’s Burl Bowls
Handmade wooden Burl Bowls and Tabletops with driftwood pedestals.
I.O.R.M. and DOP
Improved Order of Red Men. Degree of Pocahontas & Alzheimer’s Association.
Waldo County General Hospital
Waldo County General Hospital is a 2017 Becker’s Hospital Review Critical Access Hospital to Know that operates as a family of services with Waldo County Medical Partners and Penobscot Shores Retirement Community. Through these organizations, we are committed to providing excellent care for patients and their families in a friendly, caring atmosphere. Services are provided as efficiently as possible with an eye on the future and in collaboration with other community-minded agencies. Waldo County General Hospital is part of the Coastal Healthcare Alliance and the MaineHealth system.
Renewal by Anderson
Window Treatments, replacement windows
Ships of Glass, Inc.
Sailing vessels featuring curved glass sails.
Offers Assisted Living, LongTerm Care and a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Unit.
Fine Baskets, Sculpture, Jewelry and Art
Eliza Henry Designs
Blackstone Story Teller
Dr, Phyllis Blackstone is retired from a 43 year career in education with an emphasis in literacy and language. From first graders to graduate students, storytelling is her preferred teaching tool. Now she shares stories with a variety of audiences from classrooms, churches and senior centers.