Kent Downtown Partnership sets open house for Jan. 14

Learn how to become more involved in community

  • Monday, December 30, 2019 12:43pm
  • Business

The Kent Downtown Partnership will hold a community open house from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 14 at its offices in historic downtown Kent, 202 W. Gowe St.

Attendees can learn how to connect and become more involved their community through volunteerism at events and outreach programs.

If you are a new to the area, a long-term resident or a student looking to become more involved in the community, the Kent Downtown Association has a variety of fun opportunities to match your skill set and busy schedule. Bring your neighbors, co-workers and friends; enjoy light refreshments while you learn more about what we do and the opportunities available.

Kent Downtown Partnership is a nationally accredited member of the Main Street America communities program and contributes to the community in many ways, including the beautification projects in historic downtown, producing festive events such as Wine Walk, Art Walk, Street of Treats, Annual clean up events and more to come in 2020.

Members of the public are invited and encourage to attend the open house.

Please RSVP to 253-813-6976 or info@kentdowntown.org. Information about the Kent Downtown Partnership can be found at downtownkentwa.com/.


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