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Monday, June 26, 2017


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Dear vendor

The Film Festival Committee will no longer manage the vendor program in Lone Pine Park for the Film Festival. Each year the Festival committee will select a community non-profit that can benefit from the vendor program. Vendors will be listed as usual on the website. The committee will review non-profit applications in July and make a decision that will be announced by email and on our film festival website @ http://www.lonepinefilmfestival.org/. The specific vendor page will be updated at that time providing for vendor applications and respective contact information.

Please review in the coming weeks as to specific contact information.


This year’s festival who's theme is "The Role of Westerns in Shaping the American Experience." .  The major list of our celebrities and panel members is posted. A few more surprises may come in September! 


Spaces will cost $100.00 and are 10’ x 10’ in size.  The Museum nor vendor manager does not provide tables and/or chairs for vendors so please plan your needs accordingly.  A professional presentation of merchandise and space is expected.

Set-up hours begin Thursday afternoon, after 3:00 PM.  Sales may be conducted Friday & Saturday (9:00 AM to 6:00 PM), and Sunday (9:00 AM to 3:00 PM). Security will be provided through the night.

Spaces are limited and will be provided on a “first-come-first-serve” basis.  Make your reservations early.  As for Food Vendors, we do require a Certificate of Liability Insurance from your insurance company. This is a standard request, and your insurance company will typically supply this for free. The certificate should name the Museum of Western Film History to your coverage for the days you are participating as a vendor: 

Once your form, check and certificate are received, you will be mailed a vendor confirmation that includes the park rules and a map of the park. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have.  We look forward to working with you.  


1. When will Vendor applications be reviewed.?
     Vendor applications will start being processed as they are received. 

2. Who is my contact for Vendors?
     Please contact: [email protected]

3. Cost to be a vendor?
      $100 per space.

4. Why do Food vendors have to have insurance?
     Because the Museum's Insurance carrier insists. Most will know this is a standard policy.

5. Where will my space be in the park.?
     Spaces will be assigned based on submission date (BY MAIL) as to returned Vendor applications. Note: Certificate of Insurance MUST be included with all Food Vendor applications.  Food Vendors will ALL be within a Food Court, as last year, in the middle of the Park. 


Application Forms
Click form to download

Vendor Agreement - AVAILABLE JULY

Vendor Agreement - AVAILABLE JULY


PARK MAP - Vendor Spaces

Click to Print
Park Map 2015 72 dpi 400 x Color


Spainhower Park (formerly Lone Pine Park), at the north end of town, will, as always, be home to a number of unique memorabilia dealers, popular crafters, jewelry, clothing, and unique artists.  There will be a food court, with a banner to show the location. This year's Festival will feature some exciting new changes in music. Please see the schedule below to learn more about our special musical groups. 


Vendor Manager Contact info:

[email protected]





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July 2017

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