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
Pybus Market is pleased to announce a new logo and new motto. The work to develop the new logo and motto has been lead by the marketing committee of the 21-person board of directors of Pybus Market Charitable Foundation, the 501c(3) non-profit which oversees Pybus Market. Board member Kristin Lodge is the chair of the marketing committee. “The new motto — “Where Community Meets” – was the top vote getter in a community poll and reflects, both literally and figuratively, what Pybus Market has become after 4.5 years of operation,” said Board member Kristin Lodge. “We then employed the services of local graphic designer Lars Ringsrud to incorporate the new motto into a logo that would reflect the strong, iconic
Pybus Market has a new addition on the steps to the river! Rozanne Lind purchased this loving sculpture, “Return to Turtle Island“ by Leo Osborne, in memory of her husband Peter Lind, and donated the sculpture to Art on the Avenues. Pybus Market is honored to have the sculpture permanently on the steps leading to the Apple Capital Loop Trail and Columbia River. Master welder Nick Gonzalez created the beautiful platform that “Return to Turtle Island” sits on. Pybus Market thanks Rozanne, Art on the Avenues and Nick.
Google Reviews, like Trip Advisor, is a popular way for people to give input on their travel and eating experiences. Our reviews on Trip Advisor have been vey favorable: 86% of our 210 visitor ratings rank Pybus Market as either “Excellent” or “Very Good.” Google Reviews uses a different rating system than Trip Advisor (i.e., a 1 to 5 star ranking) but our results are similarly outstanding ….. of the 363 Google Reviews posted, Pybus Market averages a 4.5 star rating. Here are recent examples of Google Reviews: Thank you, visitors, and thank you “locals.” We are proud to call the Wenatchee valley our home and we pledge to work heard to continue to earn your high praise.