Bored in Tri-Cities has been live for about a week and we’ve already been making new friends! We’ve met about a dozen new people and businesses in the area through our Instagram page already, it’s been great!
We got tips on events from Doggie Style Gourmet – a Pasco restaurant that offers an international and fresh take on the hot dog – letting us know about their upcoming events: “Food Truck Fridays” happening at the Pasco Farmer’s Market through June.
Castle Events Catering, a premiere catering service in the region since 1996, contacted us saying they’d be putting on a cooking class on how to make different types of BBQ sauces open to the public at Anthology.
At Bored in Tri-Cities, we love to hear about these events, classes, and other activities that are happening here or even nearby.
Keep letting us know what you’re organizing and we’ll help you promote you events!
Sharing photos of Tri-Cities – especially it’s stunning desert backdrop – is something we really want to focus on at Bored in Tri-Cities.
We don’t use stock photos either. We’re out there taking photos ourselves on hikes in nature and walks around parks or we’re collaborating with local photographers to feature their work.
We’ve contacted local photographers to feature and repost their work – including beautiful photos by @3sweetps, @Selahsweets, and @Vintage_TriCities.
Bored in Tri-Cities even got to feature a photo of last Saturday’s neon sunset by a drone photographer! @oakley.max said there will be more photos to come on his page – we can’t wait to check them out!
Send us your photos and we’ll feature them on our page!
We really believe the natural beauty here can be a tourism draw, and we’d love to help bring more attention to that!
So, here’s to a great first week of Bored in Tri-Cities and to many more collaborations and community building to come!