Food and Craft Vendors must submit the application below in order to participate.
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Sitting vacant for years, the Old Alcohol Plant presented an opportunity to meet multiple needs – one building for community service, one for community gathering. Based off models used by other groups around the country modifying unused hotels to serve those in need, Bayside Housing & Services (BHS) employs a unique partnership with the Old Alcohol Plant to rent a floor of hotel rooms that we then offer on an extended-stay basis to low-income individuals and couples facing homelessness while on waiting lists for subsidized housing. Bayside guests sign lodging agreements for up to 28 days at a time, and can renew at the discretion of BHS staff depending on a number of factors, including engagement level of the guest in finding a permanent housing solution. The mission of Bayside Housing & Services (BHS) is to strengthen our community through housing, advocacy, and human services supporting social and economic independence. Priority is given to seniors, veterans, and underemployed or low-wage workers who need housing in order to retain employment. https://baysidehousing.org/
233 W. First Street Suite 202
Port Angeles, WA 98362
email@example.com; Facebook: Kashi.Of.India
From India, we bring fun and creative clothing, tapestries, bags, scarves, leather belts and sarongs. We also carry pirate gear, capes and gorgeous belly dancer garb. Lots of our clothing is created from recycled saris with one of a kind patterns and sequined brocade. Some of our tapestries and bags are decorated in the traditional manner using vegetable based dyes and wooden block prints for the patterns. We also carry original, vintage clothing items that have walked the streets of India.
The ‘Wich Wagon offers a rotating menu of scrumptious ‘wiches, wraps, salads, soups and more utilizing local, seasonal ingredients. It’s not magic, but it will put a spell on you.
Handcrafted Indonesian Art made from:
INDUSTRIAL HEMP ASSOCIATION OF WA
Thanks to the 2014 Farm act, it is now legal to grow industrial hemp in Washington State but only with a license through the WSDA Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program. Industrial hemp was removed from the controlled substance list in July 2017. Hemp can not be grown in this state without a license. The WSDA is processing applications for growers, processors, marketers and seed distributors. https://ihempawa.com/