Found 3 blog entries tagged as Fruits.

1st kennewick market of the yearThe Historic Downtown Kennewick Farmers Market is glad to present the 1st Kennewick Market of the Year on June 1, 2017. Shoppers get to enjoy the market beginning at 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. The Historic Downtown Kennewick Farmers Market is located at 124 W Kennewick Ave., Kennewick, WA. For more details, visit the First Kennewick Market of the Year page on Facebook.

The 1st Kennewick Market of the Year: Fill Shopping Bags With Fresh Crops

Community members are invited to join the celebration of the return of the market in Downtown Kennewick. Families get to shop for fresh fruits and vegetables, and other great products such as arts and crafts. There will be live music to keep the shoppers in the mood. Performing on this day is Ruben G, who will…

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Ripe For The Telling: Surprising Stories Of WA’s Fruits Kennewick, WashingtonEveryone is invited to the Mid-Columbia Libraries – Kennewick for their Ripe for the Telling: Surprising Stories of WA’s Fruits with Julia Harrison happening on Thursday, February 19 at 7:00 in the evening. Admission is free.

Details of the Event
What is the messy and juicy history of Washington’s produce industry? Who was Cashmere’s Cider King? From apples to oranges, huckleberries to durian, anthropologist Julia Harrison will cover how these perishable products preserve historic events and reflect our changing relationship to the natural world. This discussion includes a large cast of characters: pioneers, entrepreneurs, orchardists, labor activists, a horticultural prodigy and Cashmere's own "Cider King."

Full of suspense, tragedy, triumph,…

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Perfectly Preserved By Chef Jessica From Kestrel, Prosser WashingtonOn Wednesday, August 20 everyone is invited to join Chef Jessica of Kestrel as she shares some tips on canning and preserving. The event will be at Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center located in 2140A Wine Country Road Prosser, Washington from 6:00 until 8:00 in the evening.

Details of the Event
All participants will surely enjoy tasty snacks and wine pairings created from a variety of exceptionally preserved and pickled projects. What’s more you can take home a jar each of: honey wine preserved grapes, tomato basil jam, pickled pear tomatoes with rosemary or wine jelly. Admission fee is $45.00.

For more information please call 509-786-1000 or go to

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