Exhibitors

2017 Exhibitor Application: PDF

See Past Exhibitors

The Gideons International
The Peace for Paul Foundation
Friends of the Carpenter
Furry Friends
Oregon-Costa Rica Partners of the Americas
Birthright of Vancouver
Friendship Force Columbia Cascade
Heifer International
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and School
Jang Clothes
North West Gender Alliance
Christian Science Reading Room
NARAL Pro-Choice Washington
Amigos do los Romeritos
Queer Youth Resource Center
Lutheran Community Services Northwest
Don’t Waste Washington Committee
Assistance League of SW Washington
Sierra Club WA Chapter
The Noble Foundation
Fix Democracy First
Climate Toothpaste
Humanists of Greater Portland
You Can Stop Domestic Violence
The National Alliance of Mental Illness
2 Hands 7 Continents
Salmon Creek Lions Foundation
CHAP
The ARC of SW Washington
Janus Youth Programs – The Perch
211info
Ye Olde Fair Trader
ACLU People Power
Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility
Metropolitan Community Church of the Gentle Shepherd
Hermanidad Mexicana
Food and Water Watch
Clark County Quilter’s Guild
Dining for Women Vancouver Chapter
Claire Johnston – Reiki
Embodied Peace
PFLAG
ASRN Radio
Vancouver Police Department
Claudia Charms
Gabriela Portland
Fort Vancouver Regional Library District
Volunteer Connections
NAACP – Vancouver Branch 1139
Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
Camas Friends Church
Farmworkers Ministry Northwest
FISH of Vancouver
ACLU People Power
Life Coaching
22 Changes Salon and Spa
Friends of Clark County
KXRW Vancouver 99.9 FM

(Please note that many exhibitors are also sponsors!

Would you like to have an exhibit space at the Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair? Print and fill out the PDF Exhibitor Form above. Mail it with your check to Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair, 12515 NW 31st Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98685.

Prices:

$25 for exhibitors until August 1

$50 for exhibitors after August 1

$50 for businesses until August 1

$75 for businesses after August 1

Each group will provide its own table and, if desired, awning and banners. Each group will have a 10-foot by 10-foot space on the grass in the park.

Exhibitors need to emphasize how they promote peace and social justice. Political parties are not part of this fair, but they may certainly be part of the First Amendment area of Esther Short Park.

If you are planning to sell food, visit here for information and let us know your plans.

Questions? Send an email to vanpeaceandjusticefair@yahoo.com or call (360) 696-4840.

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