Online Booking Form

Durham Farm Connections Mobile Agricultural Exhibit
“Connecting Your Food To Our Farms!”

Durham Farm Connections Resource Request Form

  • Event Information

  • Full street address including Postal Code
  • Event Contact

  • Additional Information

  • e.g. families, rural vs urban, etc.
  • Note: It is preferred that the trailer be included in the display area with the kiosks. The trailer is 20’ long plus the truck and needs room to maneuver into place. Once in place the truck would be removed. If the trailer is being stored in another area, room is still needed to get the trailer as close as possible to the display area to unload all the kiosks. Ideally a 10 foot by 10 foot area is required for each of the 10 kiosks. For ease of manning the various kiosks we recommend that all the kiosks be located together, perhaps in a children’s area, tent or ag awareness building. Please keep Emergency Planning recommendations in mind when allotting space for the display area.
  • Is there access to an electrical outlet for Mini Maple the Cow? * Required
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Conditions:

  1. A 25% deposit is due upon booking.
  2. Remaining and final payment is due 30 days after the event.
  3. The 25% deposit is forfeited if the event is cancelled within 30 days of the event.
  4. Filling out the Durham Farm Connections Resources Request Form acts as a request and will be reviewed by the DFC Agricultural Exhibits Coordinator. Events will be considered once a completed request form is received. This does NOT guarantee that the agricultural exhibit requested will be visiting your event. You will be contacted for more information and to discuss details.
  5. If your event is confirmed the following must be provided:
    1. Parking and admittance passes for the event for the trucker and any DFC ag. ambassadors
    2. Proof of Comprehensive General Liability Insurance with a minimum limit of $2 Million

We encourage sourcing sponsorship to assist with costs and build community involvement.

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