Vendors / Booths

Artists and vendors have the opportunity to showcase their work and sell their product at a booth at our Reflections Art Festival.

2018 Artists & Vendors Booths:
Ramona Swift-Thiessen
Kilpatrick Fly Fishers
Saskatoon Woodworker's Guild
Arbie Kepler
Dorothy Thomson
Wildlife Rehab Society of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Reptile Rescue
Prairie Sculptors Association
Alberta Wildlife Carving Association

Booth space is available for the following prices:
- single 10'x10' booth for $150.00
- double 10'x20' booth for $250.00
Non-profit rates available

Payment can be made online here.

Two passes to the Friday evening Gala Opening are included in your package.

You are encouraged to donate an item for the Gala Opening Auctions.

Set-up for the show is on Friday from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.  There is a cargo door that leads directly into Hall C that can be used during set-up and take-down.

The booths will be separated with four foot draped stands. Draped tables and chairs will be supplied (one table & two chairs per single booth).

All vendors will be supplied with a name tag. We ask that they use these during both the set up and the show to help us with our security.

All vendors shall be responsible for and shall supervise their booths.  Although the committee members watch diligently during the day and overnight security is provided by Prairieland, theft and misuse can happen. The Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association accepts no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged articles or liability for any injury or damage to any person.

Vendors are asked to keep their booth set up until closing time on Sunday at 4 pm so that even the late-comers have a chance to see everything.

Click here to download the Vendor Agreement

Contact: Beth Campbell via email or phone her cell 306-260-3408 and leave a message if not answered (she may be on the combine harvesting and won't hear the phone).

2017 Booths: 
Nature Society
Living Sky Rehab
Frank Villard
Taylor Harris
Paul Constable
Cecilia Elizabeth
Prairie Sculptors
James Korpan
Razertip Industries
Woodworkers' Guild
Kilpatrick Flyfishers

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