Seasonal fruits & vegetables, cut flowers, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, and tasty cuisine. The Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market is your go-to spot for gifts, lunch, or a little treat for yourself. On Saturdays at Pybus Public Market from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., find local vendors like Gypsy Lotus Jewelry and Valley Cakes and Bakes offering up their handmade goods. Check out some of the vendors below!

Satisfying Sweets

  • Jojo’s Macarons: These handcrafted French macarons are a must-try with flavors like Horchata with strawberry buttercream and Champagne White Chocolate Ganache that melt in your mouth.
  • Valley Cakes & Bakes: Local fruit, love and care go into these custom masterpieces by Stephanie Coleman. Whether you want a cake pop to satisfy your sweet tooth or a custom scratch-made unicorn cake, Valley Cakes & Bakes has you covered.
  • McGregor Bees and Pollination: With a storefront inside Pybus Market, you can grab a bottle of this fresh, local, raw honey and sip on a refreshing mead or honey soda to get the full experience.

Charming Crafts

  • Adriana’s: Adriana Torres has been part of  the market for 20 years, and once you see her designs, you’ll understand why. Her tatting doilies, beautiful handmade children’s clothes, small succulent gardens, and traditionally embroidered Jalisco clothing and jewelry make for unique gifts.
  • Gypsy Lotus: Earth-inspired and eye-catching, Katelyn Mingo uses influences from the Pacific Northwest to create one-of-a-kind wire wrapped jewelry with semi-precious stones.
  • Cornelia’s Crafts: Crafts for a cause! All of Cornelia’s proceeds from her hand-sewn aprons, stuffed animals, bags, berets, neck coolers, jewelry go to spay and neuter homeless cats.

Precious Produce

  • Becerra Gardens: Peppers, potatoes, beans, oh my! The Becerra’s have been bringing a huge variety of crops, including okra, basil and asparagus to the market since 1999. They also have 20 acres of You Pick veggies if that’s your thing. You can find that adventure (address)!
  • Easley Farms: Kevin and Miranda started growing honest, healthy, nutrient-dense vegetables in their backyard in 2016. Since then, they have turned their operation into a 1.5-acre bio-intensive, regenerative garden for veggies, microgreens, gourmet mushrooms and fresh eggs.
  • Smithson Ranch: The Smithson Family have been around for a “cherry” long time (1926!). The now 115-acre farm produces apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums, early apples and much more.

Beautiful Blooms & Household Essentials

  • Bumble Bea’s Garden: Boonta (also called Bea) and Scott strive to make each flower arrangement as unique as the person receiving them. These hand grown fresh cut flowers will bring joy and beauty from the sunny slopes of Entiat right into your home.
  • Dahlia Gardens: You’ll find not only dahlias, but lisianthus, sunflowers, snapdragon, gladiolus, lillies, Sweet William, foxtail, iris and more from Jirapon Ingram.
  • The Old White House: Fill your home with Washington grown lavender with these earth-friendly home and self-care products including lavender laundry soap, eye pillows and hand warmers.
  • The Suds Shack Soap Company: The Suds Shack is women-owned and operated, making the highest-quality, sustainable soap products without using palm oil. Each bath bomb, bar and sugar scrub are unique, and you’ll be sure to find a scent you love, whether it’s Mai Tai or Rose Gold.

This is not the full list of vendors, and vendors vary from week to week. Learn more about the Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market here:

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