A Washington tradition is back with a familiar name.
Good Neighbor Days opens up at 5:00 p.m. Wednesday. Some of the highlights include a community dinner, music performances, and, of course, the carnival. For the last 15 years, the event has been known as the Cherry Festival.
"We went back to 'Good Neighbor Days' because we saw the good neighbor spirit of all the towns around us, and the neighbors in Washington who helped each other out after the tornado," said Festival Director Patrick Sams.
It doesn't cost anything to get in the gates, and parking is free.
"So there's no reason to not come over and see what we've got set up," Sams said.