Holiday Bazaar

Join us in transforming the Discovery Lodge into a holiday marketplace, where the joy of giving and the magic of the season come together. Don’t miss out on this festive shopping experience – mark your calendar for December 16-17th, and let the holiday spirit guide your selections as you explore local vendors displaying their crafts, holiday decor, jewelry, and more!

Vendors will be located on the main floor of the Discovery Lodge, creating a holiday shopping haven from 10 am to 3 pm.

Participating Vendors

Bath Fitter – Bathroom Remodeling, Design, Customer Tub/Showers
Belleayre Lodge – Lodging and Apparel
Bellisima’s – Homemade Beeswax Candles, and Dough Bowls
Blessings – All Things Fairies
Canelos Studio – Wood Art
Cooperstown Originals – Ornaments
Danas Handmade Hats – Hats and Textiles
Do Good Spirits – Spirits
Feral Artifacts – Jewelry, Beads, Textile Crafts, Wood Art
Hetta Glogg – Wine & Spirits
Hilary’s Clay Studio – Homemade Jewelry and Pottery
Interwoven Wellness Collective – Massage, Acupuncture, Cupping, Chaka Balancing
La Vita E Bella Expressions – Natural Homemade, Hand Poured Concunut Candles and Skin Care Products.
Meredith’s Country Bakery – Baked Goods
Oda Wine Garden – Ancient World and Natural Wines
Phoenicia Diner – Classic American Comfort Food With Some Modern Twists
Rusty Door Originals – Handcrafted Deersking Outerwear and Accessories
Sloop Brewery – Craft Beer
Sterling St. Jewelry – Handmade Jewelry
Shughrue Stories Creation – Photography, Textile, and Wood
The Cookie Board and Coffee – Baked Goods and Herbs
The Print House – Soups, Salads, and Cider
The Little Cauldron – Herbal Soaps, Salves, Oils, and Organic Teas
The Feral Flame – Vegan, Eco-Friendly Soy Candles
Tony’s Rocks & Minerals – Rocks, Minerals, and Mineral Jewelry
Union Grove Distillery – Spirits
Wildwoods Woodturning – Wood Art
Wolfe Lane – Tourmaline Crystal Infused Clothing
Yarn at Heart – Textile Crafts, Crochet Plushies, Home Decore, Knitted Hats
Your Bestie LLC – Herbs

Become a Vendor

Dear Vendor,

Belleayre Mountain would like to invite you to participate in our Holiday Bazaar! The event will take place on the main floor of the Discovery Lodge on December 16 and 17, 2023. The bazaar will feature prestigious crafts, jewelry, a winter apparel sale, and more!

An 8 x 8 booth space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.   As a courtesy to others, all vendors are asked to bring only enough merchandise that will fit in the assigned space. A layout will be made available online in the next few weeks. Please also note, there may be vendors that sell similar items.

Check back for important vendor details.

Holiday Bazaar Vendor Application

Once you have reviewed the vendor requirements tab, please complete the form below to submit your application for vendor space.

    *Sanitary Regulations for NYS Farmers' Market Vendors apply. **SLA Regulations apply.
  • Describe what you will be selling. Please include any additional items you plan to sell.
    Please note: Pursuant to CFR Part 205, Subpart B, Section 205.100(c)(1) any operation that knowingly sells or labels a product as organic, except in accordance with the ACT, shall be subject to a civil penalty of not more than $10,000 per violation
  • Standard electricity access is available for $25/day on a limited basis. Artisan/vendor must provide their own extension cords, we recommend a minimum of 100 feet.
  • If any Vendor is unable to provide proof of liability insurance, the Vendor may satisfy the liability insurance requirements through the Olympic Authority’s Tenant User Liability Insurance Policy (TULIP) on the dates of the event, which provides insurance coverage for the Olympic Authority and Vendor. The Vendor must pay the appropriate and applicable TULIP premium. Please provide your applicable state and/or local licenses or affidavits required for your business. All appropriate permits as required for products being sold: i.e. health permits, 20C Exemptions, farm winery permit, nursery license, dairy and meat permits, etc.
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    • All vendors are required to submit at least three photos- one should be of the front view of your booth, and the others should represent the quality of work to be displayed and sold.
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      Vendor Requirements

      Olympic Authority’s Insurance Requirements
      As a condition of using a venue managed by the Olympic Authority, vendors are required to carry insurance.  A Tenant User Liability Insurance Policy (“TULIP”) is a type of insurance that provides coverage to a vendor for third-party liability claims arising from injuries or property damage that occurs as the result of a vendor’s use of an Olympic Authority venue.

      Here is how a TULIP works:
      1. TULIP is available to all vendors for an additional fee.  If a Vendor needs TULIP, inform us and we will start the required paperwork.
      2. The policy covers the vendor for third-party liability claims arising out of the use of the Olympic Authority venue during the date(s) of the event.
      3. If a vendor is sued, the insurance company will defend the vendor and pay any damages that the vendor may be found liable for.

      What is not covered under the Olympic Authority’s TULIP.

      Should any vehicles be driven on the venue or any adjoining Olympic Authority property, other than a public road or in a visitor parking lot, a vendor must provide the Olympic Authority with proof of Comprehensive Business Automobile Liability Insurance for any vehicle with a combined single limit of not less than $1,000,000 is required. Such insurance shall cover liability arising out of any automobile including owned, leased, hired and non-owned automobiles.

      A vendor must also submit proof that they have the workers’ compensation and disability benefits coverage required by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Law, or proof that they are legally exempt from obtaining such coverage. Proof of compliance must be demonstrated in accordance with the requirements set forth by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board.

      Additional Requirements

      For all packaged food and/or fresh produce vendors, Sanitary Regulations for NYS Farmers’ Market Vendors apply. A copy of your 20-C food processing license is required. Product liability insurance is an additional requirement on your COI.

      For all alcohol vendors, NYS Liquor Authority Regulations apply. Copies of your valid liquor license and marketing permit are required. Liquor liability insurance is an additional requirement on your COI.