Bayside Summer Soiree

The 2018 Bayside Summer Soiree is a weekly outdoor event set upon the beautiful shores of Georgian Bay in Penetanguishene.  The Bayside Summer Soiree will be a great way to spend your Friday nights, listening to live music, entertainment, outdoor movies and much more all summer long from June 1st to August 31st!  

Vendors will be invited to participate and will be situated around our beautiful new outdoor Amphitheatre at Parc Rotary Champlain Wendat Park and local musicians and bands will be scheduled to perform on the stage every Friday evening starting at 6:30pm.  Family-friendly event!

2018 Bayside Summer Soiree is brought to you by our Sponsor Enbridge

EVENT LOCATION: 8 Owen Street, Penetanguishene, Ontario (Beside the Penetanguishene Curling Club)



 


We welcome vendors to participate in our weekly event to showcase their products and/or services on Friday evenings from 6:30pm - 8:30pm.  Bayside Summer Soiree's focus is live entertainment, bringing together community members, visitors and tourists to our beautiful waterfront park to listen to enjoy an evening soiree and by having vendors, it will enhance their experience.  ~ Restrictions do apply for food vendors ~

VENDOR REGISTRATION FORM - Fillable PDF Document

VENDOR REGISTRATION FORM - Fillable Word Document

Website for Simcoe Muskoka Health Unit - FOOD OPERATORS

SMDHU Special Event Guidelines

SMDHU Special Event Vendor Application

Food Safety Matters at Community Events - Booklet

TSSA Mobile Food Service Equipment

Website for TSSA - Mobile Food Service Equipment

Please note that we are not a registered Farmers' Market and we welcome vendors of all sorts to participate..... local producers, home growers, bakers, artisans, crafters, direct sellers, entertainers and more!

Farmers' Market means a central location at which a group of persons who operate stalls or other food premises meet to sell or offer for sale to consumers products that include, without being restricted to, farm products, baked goods and preserved foods, and at which the majority of the persons operating the stalls or other food premises are producers of farm products who are primarily selling or offering for sale their own products.  To be considered as a farmers' market, greater than 50% (e.g. 50% + 1) of the vendors must be producers of farm products who are primarily selling or offering for sale their own products.