BEAVERTON, Ore. – The City of Beaverton is accepting applications for food, craft, and merchandise vendors to participate in the annual Broadway Street Festival on Saturday, June 24, from 3 to 8 p.m. in downtown Beaverton.
The Broadway Street Festival is an afternoon of food, arts and crafts, live music, and street vendors, presented by the Beaverton Downtown Association and the City of Beaverton. The festival will expand this year to three city blocks, closing SW Broadway Street to vehicles between Watson Ave. and East Ave. Watson Ave. and Hall Blvd. will remain open to traffic.
The family-friendly event is an opportunity for the community to experience the history, uniqueness, and vibrancy of Beaverton’s downtown core. Food and beverages, music, and activities for all ages will celebrate the identity and heritage of downtown Beaverton.
Vendors of all backgrounds and experience levels are encouraged to apply. Applicants will be selected based on unique products, compatibility with the festival’s mission, previous experience, and Beaverton-based business. Preference will be given to local businesses where relevant.
Applications are due Friday, May 12, by 5 p.m. Vendors will be notified of selection by Monday, May 22. To apply or for more information, visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov/broadwaystreetfestival.
The city of Beaverton is home to more than 95,000 residents and is Oregon’s sixth largest city. We are a friendly, active, and responsible city well-known for our exceptional community services and amenities, helping Beaverton residents enjoy a high quality of life. Ranked in the top ten of Money magazine’s 50 Best Small Cities in America for 2016, Beaverton truly is “The Best of Oregon.”
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Caption: The City of Beaverton is now accepting applications for the annual Broadway Street Festival, to be held Saturday, June 24 in downtown Beaverton. (Photo/City of Beaverton)