Lake Chelan Valley Events, Meetings

Manson Farmers Market:  Sept. 23, 26
MANSON - The Manson Farmers Market is open for their summer season and will hold markets each Wednesday and Saturday through September. Sales begin at 8:30 a.m. and continue until approximately noon.  All required safety procedures will be followed- hand sanitized at entrance, social distancing and masks recommended for shoppers. All vendors will be wearing masks and using hand sanitizer.
Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board:  Sept. 24
WENATCHEE - The Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board (UCSRB) Directors’ will meet on Thursday, September 24th, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  This meeting will be held as a webinar/teleconference call.  To join via webinar, go to:, then join the teleconference at 1-224-501-3412 and enter the access code: 251-048-853#
Chelan Evening Farmers Market:  Sept. 24
Time changed to 3-6 p.m.
CHELAN -  Chelan Thursday Evening Farmers market is open now thru Oct. 15, 3-6 p.m. There will be  handwashing stations for customers and vendors. CEFM customers are asked to: Send only one person per household to the market, when possible. Leave pets at home. The market is located on the corner of S. Emerson and Wapato Streets, between the Riverwalk Inn and Riverwalk Park. For info:
Chelan Saturday Farmers Market: Sept. 26
CHELAN - The Chelan Saturday Farmers is now open for its 2020 season. It is located at 112 E. Johnson Avenue, and opens at 8 a.m. You will find locally grown organic food and crafts. 
Food Bank  food distribution: Sept. 26, 29
CHELAN - The Lake Chelan Food Bank food giveaway has changed to their Saturday and Tuesday distribution days, 9-10 a.m. Distribution will continue to be drive-thru. The Lake Chelan Food Bank is located at 417 S. Bradley Street. They can use pet food, and fresh fruits and vegetables. See page 4 on where you can donate these items.
Tender Loving Care now offering 
‘in-person’ visits
CHELAN/MANSON - TLC is now offering “in-person” visits to clients: After four months of noncontact /virtual visits (phone calls, texts, cards, delivery of groceries/mail), TLC volunteers are being trained to allow them to again offer “in person” visits with their clients according to established Safe Start and CDC Guidelines. 
Since August 2017, Tender Loving Care, an Affiliate of Chelan Valley Hope, has provided  services to help seniors live comfortably in their own homes: companionship, connection to other community services, support for caregivers and transportation for medical appointments and shopping. This is a volunteer organization that aligns your loved one with a friendly presence, all carried out under the Safe Start parameters of our Governor and CDC guidelines during this COVID-19 time.  
TLC is actively seeking seniors who would like the friendship and support of a TLC volunteer.  Please call Claudia Swenson at 360-561-6090 or Kathy Miller at 509-470-2843, for more information.
Chelan Valley Hope is open and serving individuals and families
CHELAN - Effective August 1 Chelan Valley Hope moved from telephonic client support to resuming in-person client appointments. While the weather permits, in-person time with clients occur outside in a confidential setting and with adherence to current Health District requirements for COVID-19.  Their Team is here on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and they check voicemails regularly throughout the week.  Chelan Valley Hope is here to answer questions or assist with rent assistance, utility assistance, eviction issues, food and non-food needs, transportation, low-income housing resources, and homelessness. Spanish interpreters are available. They are located at 417 South Bradley Street and can be reached at 509-888-2114 or Please visit their website for more information on our programs and services at
Rent Assistance
 Chelan Valley Hope is currently bringing awareness to those needing ‘Rent Assistance’. Through Federal CARES Act funding to Washington State, an Eviction Rent Assistance Program is now available to those in need across several Washington State Counties. This includes Chelan-Douglas Counties and their local partner Community Action Council is the agency administering this program. To learn more, or find out if you qualify, please contact Community Action Council at 509-662-6156 (Spanish interpreter available). They are located at 620 Lewis Street in Wenatchee, however, the application can be completed over the phone. If you, or you know someone who is behind in their rent and need assistance please contact them for this short term program that ends December 31st 2020.
Donations for the Lake Chelan Food Bank and Chelan Valley Hope can be dropped off at the Lake Chelan Mirror office, 310 E. Johnson Avenue in Chelan, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, outside in the provided tubs.
Chelan Valley Hope: baby wipes, diapers, toilet paper, travel size toiletries, shampoo, conditioners, dish and laundry soap. Lake Chelan Food Bank: canned fruit, cereal, condiments, canned veggies, jam, chili, soup (other than tomato), boxed entrees and canned meats.
Red Cross Blood Drive:  Oct. 21, Dec. 16
LAKE CHELAN VALLEY - The next American Red Cross Blood Drives in the Lake Chelan valley will be Oct. 21 and Dec. 16. Donors can call 800-733-2767 or 800 REDCROSS or go to to make an appointment.  All blood will be tested for antibodies of the COVID-19 type viruses.  Please make sure you have recovered from the virus on the day of the donation.  All social distancing, masks, and procedures will be followed.

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