Facade Improvement workshop On Wednesday, 9 am we are having a facade improvement workshop. This workshop will cover the basics of facade design, ways to improve your facades without the huge cost, and some design guidelines that the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation would like you to follow when working on your buildings. The
6th Street and the Mercer Building On July 1st The urban sketchers met in Prosser to sketch the buildings this morning before it got too hot. It was nice in the shade till about 10 am. I did ask Jim Bumgarner for urban advice. Instead of sketching in pencil he said to just do it
Covered Wagon A covered wagon appears on the left side of the mural; a nod to those who came west before the railroad. However, few Prosser settlers arrived by wagon. The vast majority arrived by rail after the Northern Pacific extended service to Prosser in 1884. However, the mural’s wagon is also a tribute to
Come to Historic Downtown Prosser’s July First Friday from 3 – 7 pm on July 3rd. Come and spin the prize wheel and win prizes from something out of the grab bag to free drinks and movies. Hope to see you there.
Dear Readers: Please note this correction to last week’s Bicentennial Mural article. Colonel William Farrand Prosser moved from Prosser to North Yakima in 1886. He served as a delegate to Washington State’s Constitutional Convention in 1889. I.X.L. Livery Stable In the upper right hand portion of the mural is a red building with bright white