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  • Career Opportunities | Strawberry-Festival

    Position: Sustainable Stouffville Program Developer ​ Who we are: The Whitchurch-Stouffville Strawberry Festival is a community Festival that takes place in Stouffville over the Canada Day weekend. Located in the heart of the Town in Memorial Park, the Festival attracts more than 25,000 people. This year, the Festival is looking to enhance its Sustainable Stouffville initiative by growing the number of interactive activities on site and extending activities afterwards to ultimately develop a roadmap that can be used for broader engagement in the various aspects of Sustainability. The Strawberry Festival is looking to hire someone to support these efforts. This opportunity has been made possible through the Legacy Fund . Term: This is a contract position running June 5, 2023 to August 11, 2023. Work Location: This position does not require regular attendance at an office but it does require attendance at the Strawberry Festival during the weekend of July 1&2 and perhaps in-person meetings with organizations and members of the community. Hours & Rate: The position will be for 24 hours per week (on average) and will be paid at a rate of $20 per hour although there is expected to be some variability in terms of days and hours worked with a significant number of hours worked through the weekend of July 1 & 2, 2023. A work plan with billable hours will be established between the Committee and the successful candidate. About the role: Before the Festival: The successful candidate will work with the Strawberry Festival committee to develop a number of educational activities for Festival-goers that will engage them in different aspects of sustainable living. Key themes include: Low carbon heating & cooling Growing and eating locally produced food Naturalizing gardens for better habitat for bees and butterflies Reducing waste through upcycle, recycle, re-use, repair ​ Beginning ahead of the festival and continuing throughout and beyond, the successful candidate will develop and implement a social media strategy that will engage members of the community, draw linkages to other organizations, and build a platform for improved sustainability. During the Festival: In addition to overseeing the activities, this position will help gather input from Festival-goers on the following: What does Sustainability Mean to Me? What are the Barriers to me Living more Sustainably? ​ Although work has begun in all of these areas, this role will be largely responsible for bringing these aspects of the Strawberry Festival together and working with Committee members to engage local businesses and like-minded organizations. After the Festival The Strawberry Festival would like to make these activities the “jumping-off” point to engage the community in longer term action related to Sustainability. To this end, this role will: Leverage social media to extend some of the events from the Strawberry Festival and maintain engagement. Harvest information gathered at the Festival to develop themes and activities that will engage residents and support them in taking action to live more sustainably. Work with the Committee and like-minded organizations to develop a roadmap of activities and goals for the 2-month, 6-month, and 12-month timeframe that can be leveraged for future planning and engagement with local businesses, politicians, and planners. ​ About You: You are a well-organized self-starter with great communication skills. You will have demonstrated experience in planning for longer term goals and breaking them down into actionable steps. You are knowledgeable about one or more of the areas of focus for Sustainable Stouffville and understand how these are applied in day-to-day living. You are comfortable engaging with members of the public and other organizations and have strong written and verbal communication skills. You are able to attend the Strawberry Festival throughout the Canada Day weekend including the time needed for setup and teardown. ​ Candidates are asked to send a cover letter and resume to .The position will remain open until it is filled. We thank everyone for their interest in this role - only those moving on to the interview stage will receive a response.

  • PARTNERS | Strawberry Festival

    HOME ABOUT US Events STRAWBERRY JAM JR. VENDORS VENDOR INFO VOLUNTEER PARTNERS PEOPLE OF THE YEAR GALLERY FAQ CONTACT US 2024 Partnership Opportunities The annual support by Stouffville community residents, businesses and local government is a critical component in the success of the Strawberry Festival. Our Partnership Program for 2024 offers a range of activities for our supporters to participate in while ensuring broad exposure for our partners. Support your community, Build awareness for your products and services, Participate in three days of fun-filled family activities. For more information on the variety of opportunities available to you, click on the button below. VIEW PARTNERSHIP BROCHURE Thank you to our 2023 Partners! Our Festival Champions Partners Friends Alsop Insurance | SCS Consulting | Todd Brothers Contracting | Long & McQuade | The Bike Asylum | Water Depot | Stanmore Carts | Reesors' Farm Market and Bakery | MP Dr. Helena Jaczek | Mayor Iain Lovatt | MPP Paul Calandra | Schell Lumber Home Building Centre | Stephenson's Rental | Boston Pizza Contributors Abotti with Antonietta | Breck Highland School of Dance | Harriet Chung Performing Arts | Laya Bhava Dance Academy | Stouffville Academy of Music & Dance | York Dance Academy | K9'S in KAHOOTS | Town of Whitchurch Stouffville Leisure Services | Romina Boodram | The St. John Paul II Assembly Knights of Columbus Honour Guard ©2019-2023 Whitchurch-Stouffville Strawberry Festival. All Rights Reserved.

  • GO GREEN | Strawberry Festival

    The Strawberry Festival is striving to go green! Go Green We are excited to announce our new green initiatives to help the festival be greener than a field of strawberry plants in June! We have 4 new waste stations located around the food vendor areas. There are bins for recycling, food waste/organics and regular waste. We’d love to see the compost and recycling bins being used to their “full” potential! Even one item diverted from waste is great. No sure what bin to use? Volunteers will be mingling with our visitors to help with any questions you may have. We are happy to help you, so don’t be shy! WAIT! We aren’t done yet. Did you know about the new water stations? Bring your reusable water bottle and fill it up for free, tasty water to go with your even tastier festival snacks. Don't have your own? Visit our Info Booth to purchase a Festival-branded BPA-free water bottle. GREEN VENDOR PROGRAM Are you a new or returning Festival vendor? This program is for you! Our goal is to encourage and support our vendors to make greener choices to reduce the waste produced at the festival. Have you been interested in cutting back on your waste? We want to work with you to find sensible solutions for a greener festival. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAM

  • STRAWBERRY JAM JR. | Strawberry-Festival

    Strawberry Jam Junior" an Open Mic/Stage event open to kids 12 years of age and younger. This is a free event but children (parent) must pre-register by going to our website. Is your child a budding singer, dancer, musician, magician or just a kid that has a special talent they would like to show off? This event will be held rain or shine on the Main Stage on Saturday afternoon . Room is limited to the first 21 kids to register. CLICK TO REGISTER

  • VENDOR LIST | Strawberry-Festival

    Vendor List 19th Farmers Market 7rutas Abate Graphics Albionhills farm Around The Net Hockey BMO Bank of Montreal Believe Me Budding Gems Garden Design & Foodscaping Care and Share Thrift Shop Child Authors Crafty Goodies n Gifts Curiously Krafting Dog gone gear Edward Jones Epilepsy York Region First Aid NOW Flight Centre Cruise Foxy Collections G&P This or That Jewellery Green’s Your Colour Hockley Designs Inked Mama Designs JSC factory direct Inc. Judy Weagle Kiss My Glass Jewelry LeafFilter North of Canada Inc. Liz’s Chaotic Creations Magic Windows Marykjewels Melissas.handmades Mmm Chocolate Mon Sheong Foundation My Beading Art Oak Ridges Trail Association Patricia’s Designs Print Paper and Co Renewal by Andersen Riverside Natural Foods ltd Rouge Urban National Park Sally’s Baubles She Loves Leggs Splash Swimwear Stouffville Grace Baptist Church Stouffville Lions Club Stouffville Optometry Street Dawah Toronto Superior Meats & Bakery Ltd. T.O. Leather Fashion LTD Taya The Bark’n Bakery Toronto The Nock Academy - Yoga Studio The Whimsical Crispie Co Toronto Mennonite Festival Town of Stouffville Trentadue Torres Group - RE/MAX All Stars Turn Write Pens by Rob VND Educational Society (Sahaja Yoga Meditation) Vogue Mortgages Whitchurch Stouffville Food Bank Willowgrove WuKong Education (Lan Global Ltd.) York Dance Academy 3D Print It By Jennifer 7th Fashion Active Body Chiropractic Apricari Fashion Art That Sparkle Jewelry and Accessories Beach to Barn Brooks Farms Canadian Self Care Store LTD Carla's Cookie Box Clark's Creations Creative Beginning Curry people candle co Dose of Blush Eliza Perry Jewellery FacePainting4U First Student Fortune Link Mortgage Group Francis & Meyer Collective GKRB Retail H2TBODY Homemade By Melissa Inspirational Movements Inc Jazz Urban Style Kanga Designs Landmark Home Solutions Len.A’s Modern Beauty a division of Modern Manicures Collective Color street stylist Los Mayas Majic Farms & Colors From Afar Mathnasium of Stouffville Metrolinx Moller Insurance Mona's Merch My Lil Gem Nature's Gifts and Organic Spa P4prty People's Party of Canada RBC Richardson Lodge Rolling in Dough Royal LePage Your Community Realty Samifire Simply the Best Designs St. Mark Knights of Columbus Council 10874 Stouffville Igoma Partnership Stouffville Markham Girls Hockey Association Stouffville Toyota Su Silk Art Sweet Oasis TRAVELPOINT ENTERPRISES INC. STOUFFVILLE BRANCH TelMAX The Canadian Courage Project The Sunny Side of Life Co Tibetan Arts Toronto Zoo Treatsbynonnamary & webejamminnn Triple C & Co Boutique Up & Co. Boutique Veliotiko Products LTD WS Butterflyway Project Whitchurch-Stouffville Public Library Windfall Ecology Centre X’s & Oliver York Region Public Health 777 Sauces A lil' craft shop Alanna's Kitchen Aromatics For U Auric Stone Designs Bead Love Bruno’s Bakery and Cafe Candelish Candle Co Inc Century 21 Leading Edge Realty Inc. Claw Me Baby Crochet By Beccs Docbraces MCO Eclipse apothecary Enermatrix Consulting Inc. Fellowship of Christian Farmers Peterborough Flaming Serpent Fortune Link Mortgage Group Front Porch Refillery Global Pet Foods HOPE COUNSELING CENTRE INC ISKCON Stouffville JBs Things Jellybean Jewelry Kat's Crafty Crochet Latcham Art Centre LittleGlamour / Crash+Duchess MAHIR KHALIL ABDELMASIH Mandi Mugginz Meats & Treats Mini me Munchkins Momma's Wood Works Mr Bamboo Plus Naked Nicnakknits Party Helpers by Sol Portrait for You Redheadco scrunchies & accessories Rip The Stitch Design Roncy Packs Sakura Canada Sass & Vinyl SketchesBySkip Starlite Macrame Stouffville Legion Branch 459 Stouffville Medical Centre Stouffville United Church Sue's Stitches SweetLegs Uxbridge with Carolyn TSZ Jewelry That Pretzel Dough The Joy Of Harvest The Weehomestead Tonie carreiro Touch of Gem Trend Telecom Inc. (O/A Freedom Mobile) Truly Posh Boutique Urban Strength Venya Teas Welcome to Our Porch Wild Lotus Box Wonderbunnie Designs Sewing YURA SISA York Region Public Works FOOD Vendor List Ace Beverage Group CHURRICOS Food from east express inc . Golden grill HK STATION Kettle Corn McClelland Premium Products Mr Cool Ice Cream truck ontario corn roasters Santa of Summer Thirst Trap Drinks Yinhe Canada Inc Cake Pop Store Delight Bite Inc. Glad I Ate Here Happy Twist Inc Juice 169 Lemon Heaven Meat on a Stick Muddy York Brewing Co Palgong Tea shaobinge Tornado Fries Yummy Casalingo Burger Inc. Fickle Pickle Restaurant Golden Bubbles Heavenly popt Jusdan Canada Inc. (Tiny Tom Donuts) Liko's Hawaiian Barbecue Mister Treats Ice Cream NEWYORK PIZZA & WINGS Saiko Tako Texas Tornado Tropic Love

  • VENDORS | Strawberry Festival

    We are looking forward to welcoming vendors for 2024. Please check back here for applications at the end of January

  • VENDORS | Strawberry Festival

    VENDOR APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED! Fees ​ ​ Charities - $40 per day per booth Crafters - $125 per day per booth Businesses - $250 per day per booth Food Vendors - $425 per day; $200 for Friday Night Power - $30 per day (Food Vendors Only) ​ Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2023 . Registration fees must be paid in order to reserve your place. No refunds will be provided. Operating Hours Friday June 30th, 5pm-9pm (Food Vendors Only) Saturday July 1st, 9am-5pm (5pm-9pm Food Vendors Only) Sunday July 2nd, 9am-5pm (5pm-9pm Food Vendors Only)​​ APPLY: NON FOOD VENDOR FOOD VENDOR (CLOSED) Links to other resources ​ Rules and Regulations York Region Public Health Website Town of WS Fire Regulations ​ Questions? Email us at

  • VOLUNTEER | Strawberry Festival

    Be a Volunteer! Apply as volunteer Apply as Smart Serve volunteer Join Our Committee! The Whitchurch-Stouffville Strawberry Festival is more than a family-fun event, it's a festival that draws members of our community together over a 10-month period of planning and organization and we need YOU to join our Festival Family. The Whitchurch-Stouffville Strawberry Festival is run by a team of volunteers. We welcome new members to our Festival Committee so come join us and be a part of a great experience and amazing event! JOIN US

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