The VENDORS MARKET is a great place to showcase your business on Canada Day.

Here’s the list of Who is coming and What they are offering as of June 15th

Gerald Atwood – Bird feeders, walking sticks               Allan Beatty- Honey, jam and preserves

Ken Bethune – Squeezed lemonade truck                      Jeff Chesnut – Fresh farm produce

CJAI – on air                                                                         Anne Coleman – Books, cheese and honey

John Daly- Brickabrack                                                     Ron Duscharme- Ice cream trailer

Susan Duncan- Epicure, bags, totes and spices           Lyn DuToit – Costume jewlery

Tim Foster – Sunglasses                                                     Janet Haire – Herbal ointments, pillows, purses

Hannah’s Maple Syrup Products                                    Enid Henwood – Table runners

Jambel – Jamacian and Belgian food                             Gabe Johnston-Loon Kombucha

Randy Kellett- Smokin Carnivore Food Truck    Laureen Kilpatrick-Island soap lady

Sandy Kirkham – Games tables                                       Steve Manders – The First Spike Book

Angela McEwen – Fox and Squirrel Tea                        Bath Lions Club – Hamburgers, hot dogs and fries

Anita Melnk – Children’s books                                      Rob Morin- Bud’s CD’s, Toys and Collectables

Jan Newman – Handmade crafts                                   Don Parkinson – Wool products

L&A 4H Sheep Club                                                          Virginia Rosario – popcorn

Wendy Silver – Jewlery, toys, stained glass                 Harvest Brinery Preserves

Roscoes Grill -hot dogs                                                    Titanium Joe’s – jewlery

Don Vallier – T shirts and hats                                       Bath United Church –  hot dogs, cinnamon buns

Jerry Zabarte – Chip wagon




Click HERE for Vendor Instructions


Click HERE for the Vendor Registration Form



ALL food vendors must fill out a “Special Event Application” to obtain a permit from the Public Health Unit in Napanee.

The completed form must be submitted to KFL&A Public Health ten (10) business days before the event

The form can be completed on-line.

Click or copy and paste the link below to your browser.

If you prefer you can download the form (Click HERE) fill it out and mail it to Napanee at the address shown below.

For more information please contact Ryan Decker, Public Health Inspector 613-354-3357, FAX 613-354-6267.

Mailing Address.

KFL&A Public Health
41 Dundas Street West
Napanee, ON
K7R 1Z5

Telephone: 613-354-3357
Fax: 613-409-6267

Hours of operation
Monday to Friday8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed for lunch between 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Here’s a list of those who are coming so far. There is room for you too!

Ken Bethune Squeezed Lemonaid Truck
Anne Coleman Books, Cheese, Honey
Ron Duesharme Ice Cream Trailer
Susan Duncan 31 Epicure – Bags, Totes & Spices
Don and Karen Hannah Maple Syrup Products
Tim Hogan Honey
Gabe Johnston Loon kombucha
Randy Kellett BBQ Food
Laureen Kilpatrick Island Soap Lady
Sandy Kirkham Games Tables. Fundraiser
Dan McGrath Bath Lions Club-Hot Dogs, fries, etc
Virginia Rosario Popcorn Sales
Colleen Surrett Harvest Brinery Preserves
Ross Sweet Roscos Grill, Hot Dogs
Joe Szigeti Titanium Jewlery
Sherri Wenzl Bath United Church (Holy Hot Dogs)
Jerry Zabarte Food Truck -Chip Wagon

Enid Henwood- Table Runners

Steven Manders – The First Spike

Jan Neumann-Pashamama – Handmade Crafts