The PWHC Market Place
is crafted as an adjunct to the conference weekend. We know women love to make things and they seem to enjoy buying them as well. And, this year there is more room for more vendors and a BookNook for authors to sell and sign their books. Check out the criteria for applying to the market place below. We encourage all women interested in sharing their work to apply.
MarketPlace vendors must be registered participants in the conference!
We are looking for natural woman-centered work. Wares handmade and designed by the artisan herself and reflecting the region of the Salish Sea will be given preference in the selection process. We will be looking for quality of artistry, originality and variety when choosing crafts. Herbal wares, pottery, baskets, fiber crafts, clothing, art and provisions for the journey are all welcome.
To apply for the market place send:
An email telling us:
why you want to particpate in the market
how your offering enriches women’s health, quality of life and our community
how the work you are sharing enriches your life.
Thanks for taking time to do this...
Your name, address, telephone number, email address and website if applicable.
Include 3 jpeg photos of your work
are approximately 6 feet wide by 5 feet deep. If your wares are better displayed hanging please keep the space footprint in mind.
There are 4 outdoor spaces for 10'x10' Pop-up booths. If you desire a larger booth space consider the outdoor option.
Due to Camp Sealth's Fragrance Free policy, people with products containing essential oils will need to be displayed outside and participants will not be able to use them until they leave Camp Sealth.
Please call 360-794-2938 for details.
The cost to participate:
$100. for a table and 10% of sales over table fee (paid by Sunday noon to marketplace coordinator)
You can submit payment by check with your application or purchase online once you're confirmed as a vendor.
Email the above application materials for a vending table to:
Once confirmed as a vendor, the $100. table fee can be paid online with your registration or if you prefer postal mail send check to:
c/o EagleSong Gardener
PO Box 837
Monroe, WA 98272
Questions? We love 'em...
"Indeed for over 30,000 years, until the Industrial Revolution, the fiber arts were an enormous economic force, belonging primarily to women."
Women's Work: The First 20,000 Years
~~Elizabeth Wayland Barber~~