From iconic Northwest drinks and snacks, to space rockets that soar and giant drills that bore, there’s more than you can imagine made in Kent, Washington.
With the holidays ahead stretch your budget and make Kent, Washington your shopping destination for fabulous finds in furniture, household items, jewelry, artwork, clothing and more.
As the days grow shorter, leaves turn to gold and the air takes on that distinct chill, it’s time to tune your taste buds to fall in Kent, Washington.
Kent’s historic Morrill Bank Building is one of just 20 Main Street project sites across the U.S. in the running for preservation funding. Place your votes between Sept. 24 and Oct. 26 at voteyourmainstreet.org/kent to help restore the building to its 1924 glory.
September 27 is World Tourism Day. You don’t have to go far to mark the occasion. Be a tourist in Kent, Washington.
Check out the latest additions in Kent, Washington, including tasty eateries and a new spot to stroll.
The sun’s rays are beaming down on Kent Valley, and our taste buds are craving something to ease the heat. Fill your mouth with something cool in Kent, Washington.
Experience the bygone days of Kent, Washington. Free historical exhibits and tours are on the slate for August.
Aug. 10 is the Downtown Kent Wine Walk. With warm temps and sunny skies, it’s the perfect time to taste and tour wall art in historic downtown Kent, Washington.