Pasco officially opens the renovated Farmer’s Market on Friday
On Friday afternoon, March 11, the ribbon was cut, officially opening and dedicating the “new” Pasco Farmer’s Market. The event started at 1 p.m.
The Pasco Farmer’s Market has a whole new look
After much work and renovations, the new Farmer’s Market is larger and better able to accommodate many more vendors. From the town of Pasco and the Farmer’s Market:
• New covers for the farmer’s market area
• Replacement of concrete elements from the 1970s era
• Improved infrastructure to better support food trucks and events
The project was funded by various sources. Most of the financing comes from a federal loan of the Community Block Grant type; two Washington State legislative appropriations were also obtained, along with additional funding from the city’s general fund.
There will be food trucks there, along with a DJ and entertainment throughout the day into the evening, again at the Pasco Farmer’s Market on 4th between Lewis and Columbia streets. Several hundred people were already present during the ribbon cutting at 1 p.m.