Every Saturday from 8am to 1pm — May 12 through October 27 — your Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market occupies the west parking lot at Pybus Market. You’ll find two new bakeries this year: Cakes and Bakes featuring a variety of cupcakes; Sage Hills with homemade loaves, scones, and cinnamon rolls …. plus their usual vendors featuring local vegetables & fruits, hand-made crafts, gourmet coffee, breads, wines, honey and grab-n-go food items … all offered by local residents and small business people. Here’s 5 reasons to buy local and support your Farmers Market: 1. The Food is More Fresh. Food sourced from our local farmers and sold in the Farmers Market is harvested, picked or grown more recently than the food
Curious about the Pybus Annex Remodel? Wondering what the new space is all about or what a “Nana Wall” is? The public is invited to come on a 20 minute hard hat tour of the remodeled Annex building every Saturday. If interested, meet at the information booth in the concourse at 10:30am or 12 noon on Saturday. No reservations needed!
Come experience Pybus Market like you never have before! Join us for a fun evening filled with delicious food and drinks from Pybus Merchants. There will be four exclusive, one-of-a-kind auction items, hard hat tours of the annex remodel, and a request for your generous financial support. All proceeds will benefit the Pybus Annex Campaign. Tickts are $100 per person. Space is limited to 150 guests, so reserve your spot today by clicking here: http://www.pybuspublicmarket.org/pybus-market-charitable-foundation/pybus-annex-campaign/a-taste-of-pybus/ To learn more about the Pybus Annex Campaign, read here: http://www.pybuspublicmarket.org/pybus-market-charitable-foundation/pybus-annex-campaign/
This newspaper column written by Wenatchee World publisher Rufus Woods was published in the newspaper on Sunday, February 11, 2018: “One of the myths in the Wenatchee Valley is that Pybus Public Market is “owned” by local philanthropists Mike and JoAnn Walker. While they made extraordinary contributions to make the market a reality, the truth of the matter is that the citizens of the Wenatchee Valley — that’s all of us — now own this facility. Pybus Public Market Foundation with a board of 21 community members controls the property. We have an opportunity, and I would go so far as to say an obligation, to take our ownership of this market seriously and make sure we are supporting it
Pybus Cheese Shop & Jones of WA: Wine and Cheese Pairing! Sunday, February 18th Don’t miss this chance to attend a tasting from two great Pybus Merchants. This is sure to be a treat, so grab a friend and pick up your tickets today! Pybus Bistro: Special Valentine’s Day 5 Course Menu Join Pybus Bistro for a romantic 5 course Valentine’s Day meal on Wed, Feb. 14th! For reservations, call: (509) 888- 7007. Share a pizza with your Valentine! Stop into Fire for some tasty eats and delicious treats! Split a pizza with your valentine, then grab some tasty gelato for dessert. For reservations, call (509) 888-4347. Four Course Valentine’s Day Special
Got damaged outdoor equipment needing repair? Pybus University has the answer for you. Bring your items down to Pybus Market next Tuesday, Jan 23, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m and experts affiliated with WenatcheeOutdoors will help you make your gear field-worthy again. What can we fix? 1) We’ll have sewing machines, patches, glues, sealants, and permanent tapes (much better than duct tape) to fix soft goods. We we can fix holes, rips, abrasions, tears, seams, some zippers, and leaks in pants, raingear, packs, tents, tarps, gaiters, shoes, climbing skins, wet suits, and more. 2) Hardware is trickier but if you’re having trouble with camp stoves, crampons, ski boots, skis, or climbing hardware, bring those items too. We can fix minor issues
Given the frightening and very damaging wildfires our region has experienbecd in recent years, Wenatchee valley resiendets would be smart to consider atttending the Pybus University class on Tuesday, January 16 from 7pm to 8:15pm. The class — “Reckoning with Risk, Our Wildfire Vulnerability” — asks this question: It couldn’t happen here, or could it? Wenatchee residents have viewed the destruction of Santa Rosa, California and Fort McMurray, Alberta on TV. While we have been bitten by fire, the concept of large sections of whole towns burning to ashes seems remote, but is it? In fact, we are vulnerable, as are all western cities. This class explores the components that could drive a catastrophic fire in Wenatchee, and what we can