Necessary Qualifications to Participate in the Tuesday Night Market
Certified growers who wish to sell agricultural produce.
Artists and Craftspeople who wish to sell their own homemade arts and/or crafts.
Processed Food Vendors who wholly produce, manufacture and package products for sale that are not ready-to-eat.
Wine and other alcoholic beverage vendors who wholly produce, manufacture and bottle products for sale to go.
Established food service businesses who wish to sell barbecued, pre-prepared or pre-packaged foods for consumption at the Market.
Non-profit/community service agencies/local small businesses who wish to tell their story to Market attendees.
Corporate Sponsors who contract directly with the Hillsboro Tuesday Night Market.
Please make sure you understand our Policies and Procedures. Read and/or Download the 2019 Handbook
Vendor Tips are a great way to help make sure you comply with our rules and regulations and have a successful market experience.
New Vendors, Please read down to find the requirements for you.
Produce, Plants and Flowers
10x10 space. It is required that each vendor grow 100% of the product he/she sells. Only locally (i.e. Oregon and southwest Washington) grown, caught and gathered products may be sold at the market. Examples include berries, fruits, grains, flowers, fish, vegetables and nuts, plants, trees, and herbs. Each produce and nursery vendor must have a farm check prior to attending the market. Applications must be turned in at least two weeks prior to attending the markets to allow time for the market manager to make a farm check.