Shopping at Pybus can be an adventure, unlike what you experience at Brand X grocery store. At Pybus, browse the merchants and create your own menu. Here’s what one couple says about their Pybus shopping experience:
“We cherish the chances we have to wander through Pybus , creating menus while strolling among the vendors.
The shopping list becomes not some problem to solve, but rather an array of blooming possibilities to experience. “
Randy and Cici Asplund
Pybus Market is crazy busy this week with these events:
>>> The Valley Academy of Learning’s spring music recital is in the main concourse at Pybus Market on Tuesday, May 20 from 5:30pm to 7:00pm. For additional information, contact Connie Celustka at 509-860-4066.
>>> Jon Magnus book signing event and presentation will be at Pybus Market on Thursday, May 22 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm, with a special presentation by Jon at 6:00pm. Eleven years ago, Jon Magnus (a teacher at Wenatchee High School) undertook an around-the-world journey to meet and interview 14 inspirational people, to discover what made them exceptional, and then bring back their stories to inspire his Wenatchee High School students. In his new book “S.H.I.N.E.: Life Lessons Revealed,” Jon has gathered their wisdom into 5 universal life lessons that we all can use in everyday life.
>>> The concept of “In Our Town” was created by Kelley Kennedy and Rebecca Maloney as a way to address the growing concern that human connection is fading with the growing reliance on technology. Kennedy and Maloney beleive that in order to preserve the human connection that makes our town unique, a showcase of all the fantastic happenings was needed: a one day showcase, with proceeds benefitting local non-profits. Kennedy and Maloney connect all the people and all the businesses in one place, on one day, for one reason: to support all the GOOD In Our Towns! Come see and experience “In Our Town” at Pybus Market on Saturday, May 24 from 7:00am to 7:00pm.
>>> Columbia Valley Girls on the Run will host a Superhero 5k on Saturday, May 24 at Pybus Market. This family friendly, untimed race will start at 9:00am and awards will be given to the best dressed Superhero. The GOTR program is an after school program for girls in 3-8th grades that focuses on body image, positive decision-making and playing a role in their community. As the girls progress through the program, they train for a 5k, which is the culmination of the program. The Superhero 5k race is sponsored by Columbia Valley Community Health. For additional information, contact Marlen Mendez, MHA, Outreach Manager at 509-845-0734.
>>> The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 8:00am to 1:00pm in the west parking lot at Pybus Market.