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Did You Know…?

This weekend was full of exciting events I just have to share with you!

"Cover The Night", the viral project to raise awareness for KONY, was on April 20th. Washington was part of it. To learn more, watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMfp5wls4GU

On Saturday, from 11:30 until 2, there was a live broadcast from the waiting area of the train station in Washington.

It was fun to listen to "Let's Talk Trains". They said they loved the Re-Discover Washington blog 😉

Flash Mob in Washington? I got there just in time to snap a picture. The ladies were there to participate in the World's Largest Flash Mob for ViSalus Body By Vi 90 Day Challenge, to bring attention to the health issues the USA faces." http://www.visalus.com/flashmob/. See the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sqc7mLi2egs&feature=youtu.be

The 4th Annual Main Street BBQ&Bluesfest was a huge success! The weather was beautiful, Main Street was crowded and everybody had lots of fun! I didn't take many pictures, because I was busy sampling 😉

Did you know that the new brewery is getting ready to open in May?

On another note... Do you ever wonder how they change the lights on Bank of Washington? We noticed that two of them are out...

About Slava

I am a twenty-something Bulgarian girl in the USA, re-discovering the world through the lens.

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One Response to “Did You Know…?”

  1. It was great to be able to bring the Let’s Talk Trains show to the town I have called home for six years. Washington is a great place to live and visit. I’m glad that you started this blog. I gives us locals a different view of our town, It also gives others that glimpse into our town. I get to travel all over the US doing the show as one of the hosts of the show. I am always proud to say that I am from Washington, MO. instead of what most people just use St. Louis. It gives me to open door to tell people about Washington. I love that Washington has been the town that has shown the most interest in the steam trains that have visited us over the last three years. Washington is a train town and hopefully it will remain that even if the city leaders make the mistake to rip out the siding which will keep the private railcars from stopping.

    Posted by shuttletrain | April 22, 2012, 2:18 pm

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