Markets & Vendor Opportunities

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council organizes many in person markets throughout the year, providing opportunities for local artists, vendors, and small business owners to sell their products. These markets are free to attend, so grab your friends and shop local!

Current Markets and Vendor Opportunities:

  • Stuffed! Holiday Market - December
  • Pumpkin Spice Fall Market - October
  • Fresh Air Markets - April thru August
  • Food Festival & Farmers Market - September

VENDORS: Scroll down for more information about Stuffed, Pumpkin Spice, and Fresh Air Markets, and to apply for a booth. For information on the Food Festival & Farmers Market, click HERE.

Please take a moment to read about DEC requirements for cottage foods, temporary food service permits, sales tax, and business license requirements - detailed at the bottom of this page. Vendors who participate in JAHC-sponsored markets are responsible for making sure they are in compliance with all City and State requirements. 

Fresh Air Markets

The 2024 Fresh Air Markets registration links and more info will be posted soon. 

When: Saturday, April 20, May 18, June 22, July 27, & August 17, 2024
Time: 10am-1pm (setup will begin at 9am)
Where: Centennial Hall/JACC Outdoor Campus

Created during the summer of 2020, Fresh Air Markets are monthly outdoor markets that support local artists, musicians, and vendors during the summer months. These events run 10 AM - 1 PM in the Centennial Hall/ JACC Arts Campus and are free to attend!

Pumpkin Spice Market - October

"Pumpkin Spice" & everything nice! This event is a great opportunity to get a head start on your holiday shopping and support local artists, businesses, and organizations. Costumes are encouraged!

When: Saturday, October 19, 2024
Time: 10am-2pm (setup will begin at 9am)
Where: JACC Main Hall & Gallery

Stuffed! Holiday Market - December

The STUFFED! Stocking Stuffer Market features locally made products priced at $25 or less! Perfect for stocking stuffers or last minute gifts.

When: Saturday, December 14, 2024
Time: 10am-2pm (setup will begin at 9am)
Where: JACC Main Hall & Gallery 

Interested in being a vendor at Stuffed? Please note the following:
-Priority placement goes to vendors who are offering locally handmade/personally produced items.
-Priority placement goes to vendors who are selling non-perishable items.

Cottage Foods & Temp. Food Service Permits

We welcome food vendors to sign up for our markets! Food trucks or related food vendors, and those selling cottage foods are responsible for making sure they are in compliance with DEC requirements for food safety and have the appropriate temporary food service permits, if applicable.

“Cottage Foods” include baked goods, jams, jellies, and similar items that do not require refrigeration or freezing to be safe to consume. Vendors that sell these types of items will need to make sure that:

  • If the food is not prepared in a permitted, approved, or inspected kitchen, inform the consumer by a card, placard, sign, or label placed in a conspicuous area that states the following: "THESE PRODUCTS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO STATE INSPECTION."
  • If packaged, label packaged food with either: an Alaska Business License number OR the name, physical address, and telephone number of the individual who prepared the food. This allows DEC to trace the product back to the producer if there is a problem or complaint.
  • Have the recipe or formulation available in case of questions.
  • Be able to provide information on ingredients and allergens, and how it was processed, prepared, and packaged.

More information on the “Cottage Foods Exemptions” and what foods would qualify can be found here:

Food vendors selling to the public, unless they fall under a qualifying exemption, must be permitted prior to operation. Not sure if you need a temporary food service permit? More information can be found here:

State Business License & CBJ Sales Tax Requirements

Anyone living in the State of Alaska making items with the purpose of selling and representing themselves as a business are required to have an Alaska Business License. To obtain a business license and learn more about the process, visit:

Any person, firm, or business entity must register with the sales tax administrator before making sales, rendering services, or making rentals within the City and Borough of Juneau. To register your business and learn more about City requirements, visit:

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