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This premier, annual event draws hundreds of visitors to Burns, Oregon, to witness the spring migration of thousands of birds along the Pacific Flyway.  


Sign up now to sell your goods or share information about your business/organization in the foyer and hallways at Burns High School.  HALLWAY vendors receive almost the same amount of foot traffic as the Art Show & Sale in the gymnasium. HALLWAY vendor products do not have to meet artistic requirements and can range from baked goods and spices for sale to educational information and free handouts.  Take advantage of this opportunity to share with a diverse audience! 

Application opportunity for 2020 hallway spaces opens December 9, 2019. Call Tara at (541) 573-4519 for details and to request a space.


Location: Burns High School – 1100 Oregon Avenue, Burns, Oregon, 97720


Dates / Times:

  • Thursday, April 16:

    • Vendor set up from 4 to 8 p.m.

  • Friday, April 17:

    • Vendor set up from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

    • Exhibitor hours from 12 to 7 p.m.

  • Saturday, April 18:

    • Exhibitor hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Sunday, April 19:

    • Exhibitor hours from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    • Vendor take down from 2 to 5 p.m.


Booth sizes / fees / expectations: 

  • Main hallway; path of travel between foyer and cafetorium:

    • Static booth only (no sales, activities, etc.).

    • 5 spaces available at 10’ wide by 5’ deep

    • 1 space available at  8’ wide by 5’ deep

  • Foyer:

    • 1 space available at 10’ wide by up to 6’ deep

  • Side hallway; path of travel between foyer and bathrooms:

    • Sales allowed

    • 2 spaces available at 10’ wide by 5’ deep

  • Exhibitors are expected to comply with the above schedule. Please ensure you have enough product to fulfill the entire schedule.  No early departures or partial-day attendance. Information-only booths are provided at no charge. Booths with products for sale are $15 for the weekend. First come, first serve.

  • Spaces may be staffed or unstaffed at your discretion.

  • Any product demonstrations must be contained within the vendor space where allowed and cannot include any material that could damage the floor.

  • Exhibitors are expected to provide their own booth materials – back drops, storage displays, tables, hanging racks, shelves, specialty lighting, electrical / extension cords, surge protectors, etc. Chairs are available, and some tables are available first come, first serve – no reservations (only one per vendor, as supplies last).

  • No food preparation within the Burns High School facility.

  • For food product sales, as per Oregon’s Home Baking Bill, Residential Kitchen Exemption:
    -     Baked goods and confectionery items that are not “potentially hazardous” may be sold without a food        establishment license. These include bread, rolls, cakes, pies, doughnuts, pastries, cookies, biscuits, crackers, candy or sweets, and all similar goods made for human consumption.
    -     Any product that requires temperature control for any amount of time is considered potentially hazardous and may not be sold without proper facilities and licensure.
    -     If operating under the home baked goods exemption, each person involved in the preparation of goods must complete a food handler training program and provide proof of achievement.
    -     Any products prepared in an exempt residential kitchen must contain the following statement on a prominent product label: “This product is homemade and is not prepared in an inspected food establishment.”


The Harney County Chamber of Commerce or any other sponsor or partner of the Migratory Bird Festival Art Show & Sale are NOT responsible for theft, loss or damage of exhibits.

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