Vending

 

Here’s the Buzz on what you need to know about becoming a vendor at this year’s Philadelphia Honey Festival.  We hope you’ll  join us!

So when is the Philadelphia Honey Festival?
This year the Festival will kick off at Glen Foerd on the Delaware on Friday, September 7 (5:00 PM-9:00 PM).  Wyck Historic House|Garden|Farm will be your host on Saturday, September 8 (10:00 AM-4:00 PM).  Bartram’s Garden will close out the event on Sunday, September 9 (10:00 AM-4:00 PM).

How can I be a part of the Festival?
Each site is interested in vendors who can offer local, handmade, eco-friendly, bee and/or honey-related products.  Not sure if you’re a good fit?… Just ask!  The more the merrier!  Our goal is to provide a fun event that will help raise awareness about the importance of honey bees to our environment, our food supply and our economy while promoting urban beekeeping and gardening.

What’s the cost and whom should I contact?

  • Glen Foerd on the Delaware: $25.00

Contact: Erica Freeman, ericalharvey@glenfoerd.org, 215-632-5330, ext 12, 5001 Grant Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa 19114

  • Wyck Historic House|Garden|Farm: $40.00

Contact: Jennifer Carlson, jcarlson@wyck.org, 215-848-1690, 6026 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144

  • Bartram’s Garden: $40.00

Contact: Leslie Gale, lgale@bartramsgarden.org, 215-729-5281, x110, 54th Street and Lindbergh Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19143

Special Pricing!
For vendors returning for another year at Wyck House or Bartram’s Garden, the fee is only $25!  Thanks for your loyalty to HoneyFest!

Help Us, Help you! RSVP Promptly!
We want to get your business into as many promotional materials and marketing materials as we can leading up to Philadelphia Honey Festival this September.  In order to give you the best promotional coverage possible, consider signing up by Friday May 25. Can’t make that date?  No worries – we still want to see you as a vendor.

Thank you for your support and we hope you’ll join us for the Philadelphia Honey Festival 2018!

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