675 Lafitte Street
Historic Old Mandeville
Mandeville Trailhead Market
The Mandeville Trailhead Market (MTM) is an outlet for over 90 makers (i.e. crafters, jewelers, artists, farmers, and food processors) to sell their wares directly to the public. We serve as a weekly venue to bring people in the community together in a public place to buy goods, visit with neighbors and enjoy entertainment.
Prospective vendors must complete the following process to be eligible to be a vendor for MTM:
Step 1: Read
Review the Rules and Regulations to see if your business is eligible to become a vendor with the Market.
Step 2: Apply
Fill out an online Vendor Application Form. Applicants will receive an instant notification acknowledging receipt of the application.
Step 3: Application Interview
Market staff will contact you to learn more about your business, production site, products available, regulatory compliance, local sourcing, desired markets, etc. that will inform the eligibility review process. This may be conducted by phone or email. Ensuring full and complete answers will expedite this part of the process.
Step 4: Eligibility Review
Application information will be evaluated to ensure your business and products comply with MTM Rules and Regulations. This includes regulatory compliance review including Cottage Food and Fire Extenguisher Laws if applicable, review of application with elected vendor representatives and review of licenses and certificates.
If you are invited to join the market you will need to review and acknowledge that you have received, read, and acknowledge the packet provided to you before you can attend your first market as a vendor for MTM.
Mandeville Trailhead Market a is an equal opportunity organization that prohibits discrimination in all programs, events, and activities on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, age, disability, gender, marital status, familial status, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or socio-economic status. All vendors accepted into the MTM must adhere to its Vendor Code of Conduct.