Vendor opportunities for Holiday Marketplace at Northshore Senior Center in Bothell

Vendor opportunities are available for participation in the Holiday Marketplace at Northshore Senior Center in Bothell.

The marketplace is only for arts and crafts hand-made by the seller.

The event will be indoors only and it takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 3 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Nov. 4 at the senior center, located at 10201 East Riverside Dr.

Set up for vendors will take place from 4-6 p.m. Nov. 2, and they must park offsite after dropping off their wares. Table sizes available for vendors are six feet for $60 and eight feet for $75 with limited electrical outlets available. There will be wireless internet access, but it is not password protected.

Vendor support includes handouts and poster at entry, which will list all vendors and table numbers, and runners available to help take breaks and get lunch.

Soups, breads and baked goods will be available for purchase and sale to the public.

Payment by July secures a vendor their choice of table location.

Online vendor registration is available at https://northshoreseniorcenter.ejoinme.org/MyPages/HolidayMarket/tabid/776395.

For more information, email Suzanne Lippmann at s.lippmann@frontier.com or call 425-488-1599.

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