Vendor Info

Interested in Being a VENDOR?
Vendor Application Form 2014
download here(.pdf).

There are many benefits to participating in the Festival as a vendor: supporting this important fundraiser is viewed very positively by the community, and the many visitors drawn to the event from outside our area are looking for quality items.

Vendor fees:
(includes two days 10am to 4pm)
$30 (produce vendors),
$75 (wine, olive oil, food vendors)
$50 (all other vendors).
Tents are $10 extra; a table and 2 chairs are provided with each tent rented.
Limited electric is available.

Vendor fees are payable to DOHIF and should be mailed, with completed application form, to:

Greg Holman
P.O. Box 1119
Oregon House, CA 95962.

All proceeds benefit the Community Center.

For general information, please contact Jeff Citron at (530) 632-6416 or Greg Holman (530) 692-2476 or email

2014 North Yuba Harvest Festival

North Yuba Harvest Festival Celebrates Local Agriculture

Come and join us for the 14th annual North Yuba Harvest Festival held at the Alcouffe Community Center on Marysville Road in Oregon House. Fun, Food, Wine, Olive Oil, Arts , Crafts and Fresh as you can find Produce. Six Wineries from the North Sierra Wine Trail, Olive Oil makers and farm to market fresh produce will all compete for the Judges selection of best of show. Joanne Neft, cook book author, farm to table food movement writer, advisor and founder of the Placer County Farmers Market with view, taste and judge the olive oil, honey and produce. Wine, Olive Oil and Produce Judging will take place on Saturday

You can purchase a wine tasting glass for only $10.00 and sample all of the wineries.  You can have Burger from General Jims. a BBQ from Lems, a Bratwurst Plate, Mexican food, Chinese selections and more. Look at the find wood sculptures, artists prints, collectibles, fabric works, Honey's, consult a solar provider, have another taste of wine, get a massage, buy a bird house, a pumpkin, pick up a jar of BBQ sauce, pick your favorite olive oil, have another taste of wine, watch the kids have fun and likely still get some fresh tomatoes, plus much more. Amar of Marysville Walgreens will be providing flu shots and North Sierra Medical Clinic will be showcasing information on their efforts to open a Medical/Dental clinic in the Foothills.

This year for the first time we a fun and fancy troupe of stilt walkers." The Long Family" stilt troupe and interactive performers. A Mother, Father and Son trio from Ft. Myers Florida!

We have by popular demand Steve Williams and the Thunder Mountain Band playing through the day both Saturday and Sunday. We have a new hay ride for kids that winds throught the oak trees, two bounce houses and a Tractor pulled transport to bring visitors to and from the parking area. The weather is expected to be in the mid 80's and poised for fun.

A parking donation of $5.00 is suggested and there is no admission fee. Our sponsors and vendors support us and all funds benefit your Alcouffe Community Center.

Remember "The Fun is in the Foothills" and watch for our future events and programs.  Want to be part of it or help out give us a call. 692-2476 or 632-6416

So, why are North Yuba products so good?

Wine grapes and olive trees have been grown in North Yuba since the 19th century, and some olive trees are over 100 years old. North Yuba has its own recognized AVA (American Viticultural Area) and it is also within the much larger "Sierra Foothills" AVA. With altitudes around 1500 to 2000 feet, the region´s warm days and cool nights produce quality grapes with high acidity and concentrated flavors and aromas. The rocky soils force the vines to dig deep for water and nutrients, resulting in small yields but intense flavors.

Several North Yuba wineries will be pouring samples at this year´s Festival: Lucero Vineyards & Winery, Renaissance Vineyard & Winery, Grant-Eddie Winery, as well as Cante Ao Vinho from Wheatland area of Yuba County. Local olive oil producers offering samples for tasting will be Apollo Olive Oil, Calolea Olive Oil, and Sierra d´Oro, among others.
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