After summer, the first part of the month of August is quiet and calm throughout the city and surrounding area. Then, Washington State University begins its Fall Semester. Once the students of WSU return, Pullman comes to life, and the leaves on the trees change color to create a very vibrant backdrop for the months of autumn.
If you are looking for a place to find high-quality, locally-grown food and products in Pullman, Washington, then look no further than the Pullman Farmer’s Market. Not only will you find affordably priced items grown locally, but you can also connect with local farmers and producers. The Farmers’ Market also frequently features entertainment by local performers!
Pullman Farmer’s Market lasts from mid-May to mid-October, occurring every Wednesday from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM, and it takes place outdoors in the sunshine, assuming that the weather is good.
Sometimes you just need to sit down and have a nice meal without sweating over a stove for hours. Next time you feel like eating out, consider one of these fine restaraunts:
Get ready for a spooktacular Halloween evening as Downtown Pullman comes alive with the enchanting Downtown Vibes: Trick or Treat event! This Halloween, the Downtown Pullman Association invites you to join them for a hauntingly good time as they transform Pullman’s downtown district into a wickedly delightful haven for trick-or-treaters of all ages.
During this event, various businesses throughout Pullman’s downtown will have candy for trick-or-treaters, there will be a costume contest, and a local art showcase!
Pullman is gorgeous in the Autumn! There are lots of places to photograph the lovely colors as well. Washinton State University is full of trees, and Grand Avenue is called the Grand Avenue Greenway for a reason! If you’d like to go somewhere that will also entertain the kids, there are lots of great photo opportunities at various parks as well.