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Every Saturday in July, 10 AM to 5 PM, Reflection Plaza



We're just days away from our big kick-off event! Can't join us on July 1st? No worries! We'll be at Reflection Plaza EVERY SATURDAY in July!

The “Washougal Conversation Board” launch is scheduled for Saturday, July 1stfrom 10 AM to 5 PM and is a free event open to the public. Located at Reflection Plaza in downtown Washougal, Washington, the event will include a pop-up picnic park. Guests are encouraged to bring their favorite lawn chairs, picnic blankets, musical instruments, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages to the event. Make Reflection Plaza your own personal park for the day!

The art installation will be the centerpiece of the layout, accessible to all. Guests will be encouraged to add their responses throughout the entire day. Live music and a public open mic jam session will set the mood. A picnic basket will be raffled off to attendees of the event featuring a Pendleton blanket, OurBar restaurant gift certificate, and locally sourced treats, with a value of over $150.

RSVP Now - It's FREE!


Latest Photos of Our Efforts.

Washougal Conversation Board, in Pictures.

A big thank you to the Port of Camas-Washougal for being such a great partner and allowing Washougal Round Table to display our interactive art installation, the "Washougal Conversation Board" in the lobby.  

Washougal Round Table's Development Committee unveiled the "Washougal Conversation Board" project at the Port of Camas-Washougal's commission meeting on Monday, June 20th.

New Development Committee Member 

Welcome, Susan Warford!


Susan Warford joined the Washougal Round Table's development committee in June, bringing a wealth of skills, talent, and passion to the team. As Social Media Manager for the International Center for Leadership in Education, Susan's professional experience also includes work as an elementary school teacher.

Warford and her husband moved to Washougal six years ago. They chose Washougal specifically because of its natural beauty, and proximity to the Columbia Gorge & Portland, Oregon. 


"I am excited to be part of a group that shares common goals, interest, and strives through advocacy to enrich the community in which we live and work. I am passionate about Washougal and excited to be involved with WRT to bring common goals and positive change to our community." - Susan Warford


On The Move.

WRT in the Media

The Columbian

Published June 27th by reporter Adam Littman, The Columbian wrote about Washougal Round Table, our current efforts, and July 2017 event series in Reflection Plaza. Read "Washougal Project Puts Focus on Residents" by clicking here.

The Camas-Washougal Post-Record

On June 8th, the Camas-Washougal Post-Record published an article "What's Your Vision for Washougal?", written by Dawn Feldhaus.  Click to read!



Washougal Round Table Press Release



Our first press release announcing Washougal Round Table's 2017 tactical urbanism project was published on June 6th. 


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122 local media contacts

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Outlets with the most views

OPB, Seattle/Portland Monthly, Portland Business Journal, Daily Insider, Columbian.



What's next?

Every Saturday in July - Washougal Conversation Board exhibit in Reflection Plaza, 10 AM to 5 PM.

Monday, July 10th - Work session and presentation to Washougal City Council @5:00 PM.

Washougal Round Table's bi-weekly meetings are open to the public. You can join our next development committee session on Tuesday, July 11th from 3:30 to 5 PM. RSVP here