VENDOR APPLICATIONS 

2020 - 2021 

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SCARECROW Vendor ONLINE Application 

Most Vendors will use this one

$45 for non-food vendors (per space)

$65 for food vendors (per space)

Retail and craft vendors, businesses, etc. (No political groups, please.)

 

Food Vendors: PASCO COUNTY now requires all food trucks and mobile food vendors to purchase a permit good for one year. The county is requesting that the museum to turn in a copy of this license/permit with our temporary event permit 2 weeks prior to each event. If you have this license, please email Brenda a copy, bminton053@gmail.com. This has nothing to do with the museum. This is a county thing. We are just passing along the links and the county contact information. To obtain a county permit please contact Pasco County 727-847-8126 ext.1984 OR visit their website: 

 https://aca-pasco.accela.com/PASCO

Pasco County Mobile Food Ordinance    Pasco County Mobile Food Permit Application

 

The following Items are NOT permitted: Burgers, cheeseburgers, hotdogs, or grilled chicken.

The museum concessions stand  prepares these items at all events.

NO EXCEPTIONS. Thank you for your understanding.

 

SCARECROW Craft Demonstrator or Non-Profit Community ONLINE Vendor Application 

No charge

(This application is for traditional craft vendors that do demonstrations, if they sell their traditional craft products, they are required to donate 10% to the museum  or non-profit community vendors that are giving out information/free gifts.)

 

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CHECK IN, SET UP, AND GENERAL INFORMATION:


1. SET UP begins 2 hours prior to the event start time. Please call to make arrangements, prior to the event, if you need more time for set up or if you would like to set up the day before. (The museum is not responsible for items left overnight.)  Brenda Minton, event coordinator 352-206-8889.


2. Please check in at GATE 2, just past the main gate for your space #.


3. Please pull over near your space to unload, then immediately move your vehicle to our VENDOR PARKING LOT, just outside Gate 4. Please do not block the driveway.


4. For the SAFETY of our guests, all vehicles must be moved out of the event area 30 minutes prior to event start time and NO VEHICLES WILL BE LET BACK IN THE GATE UNTIL THE EVENT HAS ENDED AND MOST GUESTS ARE GONE  (USUALLY 30 MINUTES AFTER THE EVENT ENDING TIME). Please plan accordingly. We appreciate your patience. If you manage to get your vehicle inside the gate before the event coodinator or museum staff are allowing vehicles in, you will not be allowed to return to another event at the museum. The safety of our guests are our top priority. We will notify you if we plan to let vendors bring in vehicles early.

Please take CDC recommended precautions to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other germs. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html


5. When the event ends and guests clear out, you will be able to drive in Gate 4 and exit through Gate 2. You must be off the museum grounds within 2 hours of the event ending. Additional vendor charge of $25 per hour, if you stay longer than 2 hours to pack up, for empoyee overtime. If you think you will need more time, arrangements need to be made in advance. Brenda Minton 352-206-8889


6. RESTROOMS are located in the Main building, Mabel Jordan Barn, behind the C.C. Smith General Store and back porch of the History Center


7. LOST AND FOUND AND FIRST AID KIT - front desk in the main building.


8. The museum has a CONCESSION STAND next to the Enterprise Church.


9. Just a reminder, there are NO REFUNDS for cancellations, no shows, or late arrivals. The ONLY refunds that will be given are if the museum cancels the event.


10. Please "Like" us on FACEBOOK, www.facebook.com/PioneerFloridaMuseum for event updates. Please share the event!


11. If you need special accommodations or primitive camping overnight, please contact us prior to the event. There is a small fee.


12. ADDITIONAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS are located behind the counter in the general store, in case of emergency during events. There are also fire extinguishers located in every building.

 

13. No alcohol permitted.

 

14. Please NO SMOKING and NO PETS on the museum grounds. Smoking in vendor parking lot, only. TRAINED SERVICE ANIMALS ONLY, PLEASE - “Service animal” means an animal that is trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability, not a pet that is an emotional support animal. Thank you for your consideration.

 

15. Please remove VENDOR TRASH and boxes. There is a dumpster in front of vendor parking, if that one is full there is also another dumpster north of the red Mabel Jordan Barn. Please put your trash in our dumpsters or take it with you. Do not fill our event garbage cans or leave bags and boxes on the grounds. We don't want to block you from coming to our events, but if we have to pick up your trash, we will.

 

16. Secure your valuables at all times.


THANK YOU for your cooperation! We appreciate our great vendors!


If you have any other questions, please give us a call:

Event Coordinator, Brenda Minton 352-206-8889 cell

Pioneer Florida Museum and Village
15602 Pioneer Museum Road ● Dade City, Florida 33523
Mailing address: P.O. Box 335 ● Dade City, Florida 33526 ● PH: 352-567-0262
www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org ●  non-profit 501(c)3

"These events are fundraisers for our non-profit museum. The museum relies on this revenue to maintain our collections, to operate and provide educational field trips to students. The Pioneer Florida Museum is grateful for your participation and your support of our community."  - Stephanie Black, Executive Director    email: curator@pioneerfloridamuseum.org

The Pioneer Florida Museum Gift Shop is open Tuesday thru Saturday during regular museum hours.  Visitors are welcomed by an exciting variety of old fashioned children's toys, commemorative souvenirs such as t-shirts, hats and mugs, as well as novelty candies and a collection of unique Florida inspired books. 


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