Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the Market at St. Andrews, we are grateful you are considering becoming one of our vendors.
To streamline the application process please review the FAQ’s before submitting your application.
1) The Market operates each Saturday year-round from 8 am to 1 pm. It is each vendors responsibility to stay abreast of changing weather conditions (especially on market day) and make decisions based on your business model as to whether you choose to set up.

2) The market will only be cancelled if there is an imminent threat of severe weather, i.e., a named storm or tropical weather warnings.

3) It has been shown that vendors who grow or make their goods are the vendors with the most success. With that, The Market is focused on agricultural-based goods, food products, and arts and crafts. Non-Profits conducting fundraisers and providing services will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Reselling of manufactured products is not allowed.

4) The Market Manager and HSAWP (Historic St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership) makes the final decision on market vendors and allowable products.

5) Each application along with clear photos of products must be submitted on Wednesday prior to market day for consideration. Application must be fully completed and legible. It is imperative that a current cell phone number be provided for a point of contact.

6) For food products to be considered, the vendor must provide proof of any required state permits if applicable. Vendor should have a copy of any state required permit on each market day.

7) To apply, an email to request an application must be sent to the Market Manager (Megghan McDougal) at market@historicstandrews.com. This email inbox is monitored Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5pm

8) Facebook Messenger requests for applications will not be considered.

9) Booth rental is for a 10 x 10 space and is $20.00 per Saturday and needs to be paid in advance. No refund/credit will be issued unless market is fully cancelled due to imminent severe weather.

10) The Market is not a forum for political organizations to recruit, market and/or advertise. No solicitation of a political nature, which includes candidates, political parties, and political causes seeking to speak to voters or distribute political literature will be allowed at The Market. This does not include voter registration drives or other non-partisan efforts.