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Shop Local at the Pybus Holiday Fair this Holiday Season!

Pybus Public Market is making it easy to find everything you need on your holiday giving list this year, right in one place. The 9th annual Holiday Fair will feature more than 70 vendors, live music, kid’s activities, a take-and-make bough station, a photo booth and a by-donation wrapping center. On November 20th and 21st, wander the Pybus campus and shop for jewelry, pottery, prepared food, handmade clothing, holiday gifts and much more.

With vendors from three different non-profits, there is truly something for everyone.

Need something to satisfy that friend who revels in self-care? Try K&R Farms from Pybus Public Market! These handcrafted soaps and lotions are made with love, using  quality ingredients. Using  herbs from owner’s Kevin and Ruth’s garden, everything is homemade and sustainable. Browse all their delightful scents, including red clover tea, lavender, oatmeal milk and lemongrass.

La Pica Chica is perfect for the sweet (and sour) tooth  on your holiday gift list. Their Dulces Enchilados and Chamoy Dips are savory candies coated in chamoy (a savory Mexican sauce made from pickled fruit) and  chili, making the most wonderful stocking stuffers. The Holiday Fair is working in partnership with She Se Puede this year, La Pica Chica being one of the women-owned businesses taking part in the fair. Come support local, women-owned, delicious businesses this holiday season!

Your favorite nature-lover will love the earth-inspired jewelry pieces from Gypsy Lotus. A vendor from the Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market, Kaitlyn of Gypsy Lotus creates handmade artisan pieces by taking semi-precious stones and wrapping them in wire to showcase nature’s beauty. You’ll find earrings, necklaces, bracelets and more that your loved ones will treasure for years.

There is so much more! Come hunt for one-of-a-kind gifts for all your loved one’s next weekend at the Pybus Holiday Fair.

The Fair is free to the public and runs Saturday, November 20th, from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sunday, November 21st, from 10:00am to 3:00pm. Masks are required indoors, but there will be vendors outdoors as well. Kick off your holiday season with Pybus Public Market, She Se Puede and the Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market!

Hannah Joss