A week ago we celebrated the birthday of Pybus Market … this week we celebrate the birthday of the United States. If your Friday, July 4th includes plans for a backyard barbecue, Pybus Market is your place to shop. Fresh meats and seafood, fruits, vegetables, wines, oils, nuts, coffees and teas and more ….. Pybus Market makes shopping fun and relaxing. Here’s how Alan Walker, Executive Director of United Way of Chelan and Douglas Counties, and his wife Kelly, describe shopping at Pybus Market:
“The ‘Pybus Shopping Experience’ is part of our routine. For us it is more than just a place to visit occasionally; rather, it an inviting place to experience on a regular basis, with each visit bringing a rejuvenation of our senses! We visit Pybus to create our own menu, see friends and to experience shopping like no other place.”
Alan & Kelly Walker
>>> Pybus Market will hold a flag ceremony at 1:00pm on Friday in the main concourse. A local chapter of the VFW will present the colors and local artist Nicole Benoit will sing the star spangled banner.
>>> What could be more American than Wenatchee cherries on the 4th of July? And everyone knows what comes with cherries ….. pits! So Pybus Market is pleased to present the 1st Annual Washington State “Cherry Pit Spit” Contest from 1:15pm to 3:00pm on Friday;
>>> LEAP, central Washington’s first all-arts collaborative event debuting in Wenatchee this August 23rd, will be holding a short informative presentation for the public at Pybus Market on Friday from 1:30pm to 3:00pm. LEAP Producer/Director, Nicole Benoit, will be sharing how community members and local artists of all mediums -visual, performing, culinary and beyond- can get involved in this creative and collaborative event. Ms. Benoit will also be debuting a new LEAP-inspired dance piece specifically for this partnership with the Pybus Public Market.
>>> The Saddle Rockers help the community celebrate the country’s independence day with live music at Pybus Market from 6:00pm to 8:30pm. This iconic and popular group plays a lively blend of bluegrass, vintage rock and Allison Krause type songs with an occasional jazz number thrown in.
And don’t forget …. on Wednesday we have the NCW Regional Library Bookmobile at Pybus Market from 1:30pm to 4:00pm and all Wednesday morning (8:00am to 1:00pm) we have the Wednesday version of the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market in our west parking lot … with lots of fresh cherries to sample.