Port of Kennewick and its Vista Field investment partners, City of Kennewick and Benton County, invite everyone to help celebrate the completion of the site infrastructure on Thursday, June 16, at 2:30 p.m. The initial site infrastructure work sets the stage for transforming Vista Field into a regional town center.
The festivities open with a personal appearance by acclaimed musician John Waite and will close with music from the band American Honey. Four food trucks (Ann’s Best Creole & Soul Food, Culture Shock Bistro, Taste of Wok, and Rollin’ Fresh Ice Cream) will be on-site, along with Snappy Camper – a vintage trailer photo booth. The J&S Dreamland Express train will offer rides to and from Vista Field’s new Fire Station #3, which will be open for tours where the 1922 American La France Brockway Torpedo – Kennewick’s first motorized fire engine – is on display.
Participants will be among the first to walk the streamside promenade, drive across the new Crosswind Boulevard and discover Vista Field’s many public amenities, including fountains, pedestrian bridges, a pond, a commercial plaza, tree-filled landscaping and more.
WHO: Everyone is welcome
WHAT: Vista Field Site Opening Celebration
WHEN: Thursday, June 16, beginning at 2:30 p.m.
WHERE: Vista Field – 6600 W. Deschutes Avenue, Kennewick, WA 99336 (Enter from Deschutes Avenue; other roadways will open following the event.)
RSVP: Attendees are asked to RSVP to [email protected]
Source: City of Kennewick