Sequim calls for vendors for Sunshine Market

SEQUIM — The City of Sequim invites craft and merchandise vendors to apply for booth space at the City’s Sunshine Market, a part of the 2023 Sequim Sunshine Festival.

The market will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, March 4, at the Guy Cole Event Center at Carrie Blake Community Park, 202 N. Blake Ave.

The deadline for food vendor and performer applications for the 2023 Sequim Sunshine Festival is Friday. Applications can be found on the City of Sequim Tourism website at visitsunny

Applications can be sent by email to or mailed to: Sequim Civic Center Attention: Sequim Sunshine Festival, 152 W. Cedar St., Sequim, WA, 98382.

Space will be available for a flat rental fee of $75 per booth space; 8-foot tables are available. More details are available on the application ( Payment is required in advance by Feb. 10, if the application is accepted.

Applications are due by Friday, Dec. 16, and must be submitted online at

All applications will be juried by the Sequim Sunshine Festival Committee. The Sequim Sunshine Festival Committee may accept or reject any applicant at their discretion.

Notification of acceptance of applications will be sent by Friday, Jan. 6. Participants will receive additional information and booth location assignments after Friday, Feb. 13.

For more information about the festival and vendor requirements, visit or contact Marketing Coordinator Patsene Dashiell at 360-681-3421 or

Applications will be reviewed by the Sequim Sunshine Festival Committee, and applicants notified in early December.

The festival, now in its fourth year, is designed to celebrate the end of the winter and the coming of the spring and summer seasons, city representatives said.

“It’s a great opportunity to get out, have some fun, explore our town, and discover something new,” they said.

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