During the first full week in June, we’re kicking off the dust of the last two years and taking the time to say — with bells and whistles and ice cream and a really exciting comparative study of small business resiliency — that Main Street is still here and still the heart of our communities.
An exciting part of this inaugural Main Street Week is a series of small study-release events around the state, and we’re excited to invite a set list of stakeholders to each event. Please RSVP by Friday, June 3 for the downtown event you received an invite to.
We also invite you to read the gubernatorial proclamation that declares June 6-12, 2022, Main Street Week in Washington state.
- June 6 in Mount Vernon at the LIDO Collective (300 S. 1st St)
- June 7 in Cle Elum at Mule & Elk (418 1st St, Suite 7)
- June 8 in Moses Lake at the Obra Project (205 S Division St)
- June 9 in Walla Walla at Kindling Coworking (103 E Main, Ste 301)
All four events will run from 4-6 p.m. on their respective days.
See you soon!
About Main Street
Main Street is a nationwide movement with a 40-year history of providing a useful framework and network for local community builders. The Main Street Approach encourages partners to come together to enhance a historic downtown district through a focus on Design, Economic Vitality, Outreach, and Promotions. In Washington State, local Main Street organizations are supported by the Washington State Main Street Program, a program of the Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation managed by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation. Learn more at www.preservewa.org/mainstreet.