Dec 02 - 03 2022


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Holiday Market at the 360 Building


December 2nd and 3rd, 2022

Join us for our first annual Holiday Market at the 360 Building.  We invite local artisans and entrepreneurs from Jackson and Josephine Counties to put together a booth for the community to come and purchase items.  If you would like to have a booth/table at our event, please look through the details below and register here.

The Holiday Market aims to showcase local makers and artisans whose items are handmade in Oregon by the applicant, and this event is also open to entrepreneurs selling items like Color Street, Pampered Chef, and Mary Kay.

December 2nd (4-8 PM)
December 3rd (9 AM – 4 PM)

By registering for a space, you agree to this event’s booth requirements and guidelines.  

The Holiday Market at the 360 Building will take place in the front lobby, 360 room, youth bay, and youth bay hallway. Spaces are limited and will be assigned/marked according to the setup size and product diversity. Your space cannot be traded without clearance from a Holiday Market Team member.

8×8 booth space – $75
6 ft Tables – $10/table rental fee
Tables are limited, so make sure you register and mark that as soon as possible.  You are welcome to bring your own set-up if it fits in the area marked.


Doors will be open on Thursday, December 1st (1-5 PM) and Friday, December 2nd (11-3PM) – you must complete set up by Friday at 3:30 PM.

Spaces will be assigned and may not be traded without clearance from a Holiday Market Team member.

Each vendor is responsible for bringing a table cover and other items to decorate their space.   Items may not be placed outside of the designated space. Walls will not be provided, but artisans can bring a “back wall” with weights to visually separate them from their neighbors and make their space feel like a small store. This “back wall” can be made of fabric, wood, furniture, or other materials.  Nothing can be hung up, nailed into, or taped on the back wall of the building behind your booth, so please provide backing to your booth if you need to hang items on the back wall.

Vendors may not have any music or other loud noises in their space. We will have holiday music playing over the main speakers.

Power outlets are limited to a certain number of spaces. You will be asked that question on your application – those spots are first come, first serve by application.

Artists MUST BE present during the entire Holiday Market event and should personally staff their space, as attendees are enthusiastic to meet, speak with and shop from local creators.

Each vendor is required to start cleaning up their booth area as soon as the event is over on Saturday.  You will need to ensure that all of your possessions will be removed from the venue by 6 PM on Saturday, December 3rd.

Registration for this event will close on Friday, November 18th, or when all the booths have been registered for.  If you would like to be put on a waiting list, please email [email protected]


On your registration, you will be asked what category your product fits into – this will help us place you on the vendor floor in the main room.

• 2D: One-of-a-kind 2-dimensional creative works, including illustration, collage, drawing, painting, printmaking, letterpress cards, digital art, photography or original designs printed onto other materials (such as paper, clothing, mugs, etc.).

• 3D Work: Sculptural works, which includes items that may be made from clay, found/ up-cycled materials, glass wood, ceramic or metal.

• Craft food: Pre-packaged edible goods made in a certified commercial kitchen.

• Fiber: Products created with natural fibers or cloth (including weaving, felting, spinning, embroidery, wearable clothing items, etc.).

• House & Home: Goods for merchandising and home furnishing (such as plant holders, wall hangings, home decor, clocks, furniture, and dinnerware).

• Jewelry: Functional or decorative adornments and wearable trinkets (such as bracelets, necklaces, belts, headpieces, and more).

• Skincare & Grooming: Topical products, oils, bathing items, etc. used for skin, hair, and body care.

• Craft/Commercial Food: handmade, pre-packaged edible items.

To make this event even better than last year, we have a few new things we will be doing this year:

1 – Santa will be at this event this year!  With the setup we will provide, he will be available for families to take pictures on their own devices.

2 – We are providing a map of all the booths for everyone that comes in – attracting people to all the booths in all four locations of the building.

3 – We are handing out a “Holiday Market passport” for those shopping.  They will come to all the booths and receive a different stamp on their passport from each of you (we provide the stamp) – once they have a full card, they can turn it in for a raffle.  This will ensure that every booth will be visited.  The raffle will be for a gift basket full of one item from each booth if you want to participate.

We hope you join us this year and look forward to another successful and fun time together at the Holiday Market.

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  1. Hello and happy Monday! I’m a Christian, BIPOC woman, small business owner from Bend that is a social entrepreneur helping women out of sex trafficking through the sales of loungewear. My business is named Sudara and you can see more at We are a certified B-Corp and have been for the past 5+ years. I would love to be part of this special event. Thank you for your time, consideration and details if it’s an option. I know I’m out of the county but praying you’d consider having me part of this kingdom building event.
    Please provide links to your website and/or social media.

  2. I would like to be a vendor at your show if you have an opening