Arts & Crafts Application

Submit application no later than July 1, 2018 for inclusion in the program.
Fees are processed securely through Stripe upon completion of this application.
If you have questions, contact the Northwest SolarFest Coordinator at: or 206-306-9233

Business or Legal Entity Name of Exhibitor
Full Name of Primary Contact Person
If different from above
Brief Description for Fair Program (25 words or less)
I have read, understand, and agree to comply with the conditions as written in the Exhibitor Information Sheet below.
Enter Your Full Name to Digitally Sign
Please use format MM/DD/YYYY


APPLICATIONS and PAYMENTS must be recieved by July 1st.

Sign the bottom of the APPLICATION above indicating that you have read, understand, and will comply with the conditions set below.

  1. Safety: Priority #1 Small children will be present.
    Be sure that your booth/exhibit, display materials, and activities are kid-safe!
    Be extra cautious driving on and around the school grounds.
    No illegal or unsafe activities are permitted.
  2. Security: You are solely responsible for the safety and protection of your exhibits, displays and materials at all times.
  3. Insurance: A Certificate of Insurance naming Shoreline Solar Project is suggested for all vendors.
  4. Set-Up: Access to the school for unloading and setup will be available at 7:00 AM the day of the event.
    Please complete your setup no later than 9:00 AM.
    You know best how much time you need, so plan accordingly.
    Please check in at the entrance when you arrive.
    Vehicles not exhibited must be removed from the exhibit area by 9:00AM.
    Parking is provided.
  5. Exhibit Space: Only outdoor space is available.
    There is no electrical power available.
    Solar Power- GOOD. Loud Generators- BAD.
    Contact the organizers for approval of generator use.
    A water hose will be available for those who need it (Solar water pumps, bubble machine, etc.).
    Let us know your other needs.
  6. Loading – Unloading: There will be signs and volunteers to help direct you.
    After you unload, please park your vehicle in the Exhibitor Parking Area.
    Please remove your vehicles from the loading area as quickly as possible so others may get in and out.
  7. Car Exhibits: Volunteers will help you find your space.
    Practical Application of Renewable Energy
  8. Restrooms/Facilities: Restrooms and water fountains are available in the school
    and Port-a-potties.
    Be prepared for a hot day. Bring shade and plenty of liquids.
  9. Food: Vendors will be on site.
  10. Trash / Cleanup: You are responsible for self-cleanup.
    Recycling is available.
    Please use it.
  11. Tear Down: The Fair ends at 5 pm.
    Exhibits may be removed after that time.
    You are solely responsible for removing your own exhibit, displays, materials, and cleaning up your display area.
    The public expects to see exhibits through the stated hours of the Fair.
    If you tear down early, you risk the chance of not being invited next year.
  12. Solar Businesses: If you are a solar business that sells, markets, advertises, or installs solar systems, we require the Solar Questionnaire to be on file.

16101 Greenwood Avenue North
Seattle, Washington 98133
(206) 546-4101


  • Take I-5 south.
  • Exit at 175th Street.
  • Go west on175th Street to Aurora Ave. N.(Highway 99).
  • Go south on Aurora to160th.
  • Go west on 160th to Greenwood Ave. N.
  • Go north on Greenwood then immediately west on Innis Arden Way.
  • The main gate to the college will be on your right.


  • Take I-5 north.
  • Exit at 145th Street.
  • Go west on145th Street to Aurora Ave. N.(Highway 99).
  • Go north on Aurora to 160th.
  • Go west on 160th to Greenwood Ave. N.
  • Go north on Greenwood then immediately west on Innis Arden Way.
  • The main gate to the college will be on your right.

Contact Info:
If you get lost or need further directions,
Larry Owens (206-650-4596) and Maryn Wynne (206-227-2572)
will have their cell phones on before/during the Fair.