A Dynamite Weekend ….. Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market Seasons Opens on Saturday and Art Lovers Sunday

Saturday and Sunday, May 10 and 11, are special days at Pybus Market.  Here’s why:

>>> On Saturday May 10, the popular Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market opens its season from 8:00am to 1:00pm in the west parking lot. Live music will also be outside during the same hours. 25 to 30 vendors will be present, with organic and conventional produce, fresh radishes, lettuces and greens, onions, asparagus, leeks, herbs, rhubarb, and bok choy. Food vendors participating in the WVFM include: tacos, waffledogs (new vendor), Asian food, smoothies, Mama D’s bakery goodies, and fresh apple cider. Artisans participating in the WVFM include: artisan soap, jewelry, clothing, jams and jellies, cherry wood spoons, fresh ground coffee, honey, grass fed natural beef, wooden crafts, goat milk, body products, fresh ground flours, artisan breads and wine tasting.

>>> Also on Saturday, the Columbia River Music Conservatory is helping celebrate the one year anniversary of Pybus Market by performing a concert from 3:00pm to 5:00pm to raise funds to purchase a piano for Pybus. Pybus Market is a wonderful community gathering place, so come on down to help them raise money to buy a piano so the market is filled with music all year round.

photo>>> Pybus Market has the perfect way to spend a Mother’s Day. Bring your mother or grand-mother to Pybus Market to meet and visit with over 15 local artists who will be both displaying their work as well as practicing their craft in action. We call it “Art Lovers Sunday” on Sunday, May 11 from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Notable artists you will meet include Martha Flores, Dan Oberg, Grunewald Guild, Terry Valdez, Diana Sanford, Neal Hedges, Jan Cook Mack, Nik Penny, Marti Lyttle, Lance Dooley, Brad Brisbine, Anne Clausen, Jennifer Evenhus, Barbara Connor Reed, Tanya Bennett and more.

>>> Enter our 2nd Annual “Best Advice my Mother Ever Gave Me” contest.  The entry rules are simple: in 30 words or less, tell us the best advice your mother ever gave you. E-mail your “best advice” to: mother@pybusmarket.org  no later than 2:00pm on Friday, May 9. Top entries will be invited to read their “best advice” at 1:00pm on Sunday (Mothers Day) at Pybus Market.Unknown

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