To reserve space, review the information and return your registration form together with your cheque as soon as possible. The main vendor area is located in the green space adjacent the Henley Island Helpers (HIH) food concession. Vehicles will be allowed in for drop-offs and pick-ups but must be removed from the site by 7:30 am each day. Vendors must supply their own tables, chairs, canopy, and fire extinguisher. In the event that a canopy is used, it must be fire retardant. During the regatta, inspections by the St. Catharines Fire Department will take place; tents that do not meet the code will be removed from the site. For your convenience, parking for vendors is provided in close proximity to the vendor area. Vendors can set up as early as Thursday, June 1st, 9 am to 7 pm.
Merchandise should be removed each evening, as we have limited security. Please note we are not responsible for any merchandise that is left over night. Lots in either 10’ or 20’ frontage with a 10’
depth will be designated by orange cones and/or spray paint, please respect the spaces that are assigned to other vendors, and do not impede the lot boundaries. Boat builders will be located along the waterfront in the boat yard area (approx. 1300 metre mark). Each boat builder will have an area for their hospitality tent and trailer. Please respect the 20’ lots designated by orange cones and/or spray paint, and do not infringe on the space assigned to other vendors.
10’ Frontage vendor: $475
20’ Frontage vendor: $675
Boat builders: $675
Cheques must be made payable to the Canadian Henley Rowing Corporation (CHRC). Fill out the attached form and send with payment by Monday, May 22nd, 2023 to:
CSSRA Vendors c/o Jordan Burtnik
78 Queenston St., St. Catharines, ON L2R 2Z2
Contact: Jordan Burtnik
Apply online or download the form and submit by mail.
Only registered working Service animals will be admitted in the rowing compound and Grandstand area. Please leave your pets at home; they will be a lot happier.
The City of St. Catharines and Niagara region is the traditional home to many First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples. The land is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples, many of whom continue to live and work here today. Land & water acknowledgements are important: as we are reminded that our great standard of living directly relates to the resources and friendship of Indigenous people in our community and across the nations.
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