WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market will usher in the Christmas season for the first time by continuing to operate through December at Pybus Public Market.
Vendors will move indoors in late October, when their regular season ends, said Keisha Engley, farmers market manager.
“We’re excited,” Engley said. We’d been talking with Pybus. They want us to stay because Saturday is everyone’s biggest day down there.”
The farmers market, with its approximately 60 summer-to-fall vendors, stages Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the front parking lot at Pybus Public Market, at the foot of Orondo Avenue.
November and December hours will be the same, Engley said, but the number of vendors will likely be closer to 20.
Talk of holiday bazaars and a holiday cookie-baking course at the Pybus commercial kitchen are in the works, Engley said.