Community Cash is available for purchase at the Chamber and Historic Downtown Prosser office at 1230 Bennett Avenue. The businesses listed below are currently accepting Community Cash. Please check back as we update the list and get this program going. We are excited to offer this within the community and appreciate your support of local
Almost there! Our new website is close to being ready! We cannot wait to share it with all of you! New information, expanded details, fabulous photos! Please be patient as we transition to the new site over the coming weeks. We are looking forward to sharing more about us as an organization and all that
We are excited to be working with the Prosser Chamber of Commerce on a new program that will benefit our business community. Just in time for Small Business Saturday and the holidays we are launching a Community Cash program! Anyone will be able to purchase Community Cash from our offices and utilize them at ANY
The mural on Meade is about to change! Well, part of it anyway. Have you had your photo with the downtown wings yet? You have just days left to make it happen! We have loved having Mikaila Bardessono’s vibrant, colorful art on the wall for the past year. The original idea behind the mural was
Color for Candy *all week long* Download and print or pick up the coloring sheet, color and return it for a piece of candy at the Chamber/Historic Downtown office (1230 Bennett Avenue) 9-5 Monday-Friday. Pictures will be displayed downtown. Color for Candy 1 Color for Candy 2 Color for Candy 3 Virtual Costume Contest Email
Time to vote in Historic Downtown Prosser’s “Mask-erade” decorating contest! Check out the pictures, go see them in person and then vote for your favorite. A panel of judges will be selecting their “downtown choice.” You have until midnight on Tuesday, October 27th to cast your votes. All winners will be announced Friday, October 30th.
It is time once again for Historic Downtown Prosser’s Fall decorating competition! We are ready to see scarecrows throughout the community. You do NOT have to be within the Historic Downtown to participate! While we prefer outdoor displays; you may have your display inside your place of business and/or utilize window space. Kindly return the
Historic Downtown Prosser has completed the second part of an art installation project with nine additional fiberglass ponies being added to the “Parade of Ponies” in the downtown core. There will be a drive-thru event to allow the public to view all nine designs at one location before they are permanently installed throughout the district.
Mikaila started drawing and painting around age 3. She has loved making art as long as she can remember. Her favorite part about painting is seeing a blank canvas transform from nothing into something exciting and beautiful. She enjoys seeing a project come together and loves being able to express herself through art. This is Mikaila’s
Our round 2 of Painted Ponies is nearing completion as the ponies are getting their clear coats on in preparation for their public unveiling SOON! We are excited to introduce our 9 artists that worked on this round of ponies. Lauren Martin began to paint as soon as her mom placed the washable Crayola paint