National Train Day & Free Comics [vlog]
I just found out that Sprout made the paper on again on National Train Day!
Sprouts the Clown greets Nancy and Fredrick Gomes of Vancouver, B.C., as they arrive for a family visit at the Olympia-Lacey Centennial Station during National Train Day celebration on Saturday, May 7, 2011. Sprouts, played by Jenni Hatfield of Lacey, is a member of the Red Nose Brigade clown troupe. (Tony Overman/Staff Photographer)
Here’s the two of us getting almost all aboard!
There’s one guy who agreed to a pie!
Olympia Centennial Station
6600 Yelm Highway
Lacey, WA 98513Event Date: SATURDAY 5/7/2011
Start Time: 10:00 a.m.
End Time: 2:00 p.m.
Event Description: Celebrate National Train Day with the Centennial Station Committee! Bring the entire family to the ONLY train station in the Amtrak system staffed completely with volunteers and built with donated funds, materials and labor. Refreshments will be provided by Lacey Costco. Door prizes will be given away. Other activities include face painting and clowns, free stuff for the kids, and entertainment by the Dixieland band, DixieKats and the Olympia Bagpipers.”
When is MY train going to come in??
Then I took Orion out for Free Comic Book Day!
Posted on May 5, 2011, in :pie:, Apparel, Communities, Diplomacy, Olympia, Performances, Red_Nose_Brigade, Services, SON and tagged Centennial Station, Clown, Free Comic Book Day, girl clowns, lacey, National Train Day, Olympic Cards & Comics. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.