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Wenatchee Valley Chamber Visitor Center and Tasting Bar
Wenatchee Valley Pybus Market interior
Wenatchee Valley Pybus Market
Wenatchee Valley Running on Burch Mountain
Wenatchee Valley McGlinn's
Wenatchee Valley Miss Veedol
Wenatchee Valley Mission Ridge
Wenatchee Valley Ohme Gardens
Wenatchee Valley Saddle Rock
Wenatchee Valley Winter
Wenatchee Valley Local Food
Wenatchee Valley Mission Ridge Fall
Wenatchee Valley Chamber Visitor Center and Tasting Bar
Wenatchee Valley Pybus Market interior
Wenatchee Valley Pybus Market
Wenatchee Valley Running on Burch Mountain
Wenatchee Valley McGlinn's
Wenatchee Valley Miss Veedol
Wenatchee Valley Mission Ridge
Wenatchee Valley Ohme Gardens
Wenatchee Valley Saddle Rock
Wenatchee Valley Winter
Wenatchee Valley Local Food
Wenatchee Valley Mission Ridge Fall

We are at a confluence of two rivers, the rushing Wenatchee and the mighty Columbia in a land enveloped by the foothills and towering peaks of the Cascades. We are a place where the earth s geology is ever present. We have harnessed the power of our waters to power the west and cultivated our valley to give the world fruits from our orchards and wine from our vineyards. The spirit of our people is the result of a place that knows how to produce. We put faith in the land to make the harvest each year and have innovated ways to share our bounty across this nation and world. Our innovation does not stop with the land; we invest in our children and believe that education is the key to our future success. We live a life of abundant choices. Underneath sunny skies we take to the slopes, the rivers, the trails, and the loop to ski, kayak, hike, and bike. Our streets and trails are filled with sculpture bringing art to our people. We are a small town to some and big city to others. But to all, whether visitor or local, we provide a way to escape from everyday routines. We are a place where a choice made history on the first transpacific flight. We are a place where a community chose to rally behind a vision to build a dam that would free the west.? We have made a choice to embrace the future through our past in a building twice scrapped that will emerge as a market that will bring us together.? The choices here are as plentiful as the orchards are fruitful. We invite you to choose this place; to visit, to explore, or to stay. We are Wenatchee, Washington.

Address: 137 N. Wenatchee Avenue, Wenatchee, WA 98801
Phone: (800) 572-7753
Website: wenatchee.org
The Women behind the boom: How Wenatchee celebrates the Fourth
Written by Candice ReedAs multicolored peonies, chrysanthemums and willows bloom across the night sky this 4th of July, you might wonder what goes into a firework display from the unseen pyrotechnician and event planner who have choreographed the fun somewhere out there in the dark.“There was a year that Wenatchee didn’t have a firework display and it was kind of uneventful,” said Kelley Kennedy, CEO/Founder of Impact! Events, Inc.  “Mayor Frank Kuntz asked me if I wanted to see if I could get the fireworks back into the program and that… Read More >>>>
My 3 thrilling Days in Wenatchee
Check out this sample of how one traveler spent 3 days in Wenatchee-- complete with food and activity recommendations! Read More >>>>
Mexican Mole: A Rich and Regional Traditional Sauce
I wish I could remember the first time I had mole. Even though the specific moment doesn’t stand out, I do know that I never looked at Mexican food the same once I had it. Mole (pronounced mole-LAY) is a thick, rich sauce used in many regions of Mexico. Although generally its primary ingredient is dried chiles, the type of chile and the number of different chiles varies widely depending on its origin and the recipe. (Fun fact: in Mexico, chiles have different names depending on whether they’re fresh or dried).… Read More >>>>
Did you know Ohme Gardens is 89 years old - Oh MY indeed!
Each year, my eight-year-old son and I make a "bucket list" of things we want to do over the summer and visiting Ohme Gardens is always on it. My son loves exploring the wandering stone pathways, towering turret-like viewpoints, and imagination-inspiring ponds. Personally, I adore the story behind the flowered alpine meadows, rolling lawns, and shady evergreens that stand out like a lush green citadel on the side of a barren, rocky hill. Read More >>>>