Why a Statue – Why a Music Festival?

Why a Statue – Why a Music Festival?

“he was so devoted to the city that on the day he felt so sick and decided to go to the hospital, his biggest concern was about the possibility he might not see the downtown project completed.”

River Walk Gallery’s 25th Anniversary !

River Walk Gallery’s 25th Anniversary !

We are announcing that this year is River Walk Gallery's 25th Anniversary ! And we will be celebrating each month as we lead up to the main festive celebration event in October! Please stop by and see our new "Nautical-theme Window Display", as we celebrate being the...

Celebrating Juneteenth

Celebrating Juneteenth

Juneteenth is an annual holiday celebrated on June 19th to mark the end of slavery in the United States. We acknowledge and honor the lives of enslaved people in Washington who helped to construct much of this town’s history. Here is a special blog post by the...

On This Day: 106 Years Ago

Folks from surrounding counties flocked to Washington on this day, 106 years ago. On June 9th & 10th, 1914, Wright Brothers passenger planes flew over Washington Park. The J.S. Berger Aviation Company and the Flying Exhibition Company sponsored passenger flights...

Harbor District Market Grand Opening

News & EventsCelebrating our new community market Grand Opening Planned for October 5th You won't want to miss this! Stop in to see us at 140 W Main St in Downtown Washington, NC There'll be activities and music all day long. Location 140 W Main St Washington, NC...

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