Maine Cheese Guild

Vendor Applications – 2018 Maine Cheese Festival

Maine Cheese GuildApplications are now available for participation in the Guild’s 2018 Maine Cheese Festival, for both cheesemakers and related food vendors. Deadline for applications is JUNE 1, 2018.  The applications may be submitted either via email  with completed application as attachment, or by snail mail of printed form. See below for details on each application type; more event details are included in the pdf applications.

email:

festival@mainecheeseguild.org

snail mail:

Maine Cheese Guild – Festival
c/o Arlene Brokaw
716 Highland Rd.
Warren, ME 04864

MAINE CHEESEMAKERS

Cheesemaker Application – You may also submit your application at the upcoming Guild meeting at Cosmic Goat Farm in Litchfield Maine,  on May 8th. More info on that meeting and location here. Along with the application, you will need to provide copies of your d​airy license, mobile vendor license and certificate of liability insurance​ with Wolfe’s Neck Farm and their address listed on the insurance certificates as “Additionally Insured”,   along with the application and fee payable to Maine Cheese Guild.

NON-CHEESEMAKERS – MAINE FOOD VENDORS

Non-cheesemaker Vendor Application – We have a limited number of juried spaces available for Maine made/grown products that compliment cheese as well as several spots reserved for prepared food truck vendors. If  your application is accepted and approved, you will be notified, at which time your payment and your insurance certificate will be due.

LEARN

Margaret Morris Cheesemaking Workshop

Registration is now open for the Margaret Morris workshop on April 2-3 hosted at Kennebec Cheesery with Jean Koons. This is an advanced hands-on cheesemaking workshop. The first day will focus on making a cheddar and possibly and tallegio or gouda style and we’ll collect input from attendees for what folks would like to make on day two.

Margaret Morris is the author of “The Cheesemakers’ Manual” and runs Glengarry Fine Cheese in Lancaster Ontario as well as the cheesemaking supply company, Glengarry Cheesemaking. Here’s a link to her website: http://www.glengarrycheesemaking.on.ca/

This is a small class, so there are no scholarships offered so that we can keep the price low for the attendees. The cost of this workshop is $250 for Maine Cheese Guild members and $300 for non-members (includes a Principal Guild  membership).

To register, please email info@mainecheeseguild.org and tell us if you have a cheese suggestion for day two. Please send your checks to:
Maine Cheese Guild

c/o Mary Belding
250 Walker Mills Road
Harrison ME 04040