Lake Chelan Valley Events July 29-August 20

Manson Farmers Market: 
July 29, August 1
MANSON - The Manson Farmers Market is opens 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.
 
Chelan Evening Farmers Market: 
July 30
CHELAN -  Chelan Thursday Evening Farmers market is open now thru the end of September, 4-7 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: www.chelanfarmersmarket.org
 
Chelan Saturday Farmers Market:  
August 1
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. 
 
Lake Chelan Food Bank 
food distribution: August 1, 3
 
Food distribution days now on Saturday, Tuesday
CHELAN - The Lake Chelan Food Bank food giveaway is changing back to their Saturday and Tuesday distribution days starting this week on Saturday, August 1, 9-10 a.m. Distribution will continue to be drive-thru. The Lake Chelan Food Bank is located at 417 S. Bradley Street.
They are seeing new clients each week.
Red Cross Blood Drive:  
August 20
 
There are no times available for the August 19 Blood Drive at North Shore Bible Church in Manson. The next Blood Drives the valley will be Oct. 31 and Dec,. 16.
 
BREWSTER - The American Red Cross will be holding a blood drive on August 20, 12 Noon to 5 p.m.  The site will be changed the Brewster Adventist School gym at 115 Valley Road. Donors can call 800-733-2767 or 800 REDCROSS org go to redcrossblood.org 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.
 
Chelan Valley Hope 
is open via phone, email
 
CHELAN - Chelan Valley Hope has re-opened and they are able to help via phone or email. If you have questions or need assistance with: rent or utility assistance, eviction, food, non-food items, transportation, low-income housing resources, or homelessness, their team is ready to help.
They are ready to serve you by phone Monday and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call them at 509-888-2114.
You can also them at info@chelanvalleyhope.org or visit them at www.chelanvalleyhope.org
 
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, conditiopners, 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.
 
Behavioral health services offered 
at no charge by LCCHC, Chamber 

 

Help during this challenging time

CHELAN/MANSON - The COVID 19 outbreak and stay at home orders have impacted people in our community in many ways.  In the atmosphere of uncertainty and stress which has resulted, many have experienced a range of emotional concerns including anxiety, ongoing worry, and depressed mood.  Lake Chelan Community Hospital hopes to assist those impacted. They are offering behavioral health services to those (Lake Chelan) Chamber of Commerce employers, businesses, and employees as well as school district employees and emergency responders in our community who are experiencing the emotional impact associated with the coronavirus.  These services apply to family and household members 16 years of age and older.   
Services will include an initial evaluation, consultation for medication management as well as follow up counseling sessions.   The overall goal will be to help people get through this uncertain and challenging time. Their team includes two psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners and a psychologist.  Services will be provided without charge.   
They will also be offering informational groups on coping with the impact of the coronavirus on people’s lives.   
For further information or to schedule an appointment, call 509-682-6134. 
 

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