Local vendors merge for Clarkston's Alive After Five

CLARKSTON, WA - It couldn't be a better day to kick of Clarkston's Alive After Five event.

Local vendors have come together to sell unique gift items, businesses are out promoting their businesses and people of all ages are out in the sunshine. Marketing and Events Manager Lee Ann Hancock of the L-C Valley Chamber of Commerce said there's a beer garden, food vendors and live entertainment to enjoy.

"The vendors are really what we're here for," said Hancock. "They come out and they work hard and they make their products and we're glad to give them an opportunity to promote themselves and sell their products here on Sixth Street."

Elm Street to Sycamore along Sixth Street is closed Thursday night until 9:30 but be sure to head out there before nine to enjoy all the action.