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THE GREEN ROOM AT THE PRINCESS ~ Ralph's 90th birthday party

"The Green Room at the Princess" is a popular venue hall for events in downtown Prosser, Washington, USA.

This happened to be taken early into the 90th birthday party for a local retired barber, Ralph Edward Oldfield, of Ralph's Barber Shop (the photographer's dad). That is Ralph in the blue western plaid shirt. His barber shop is still in operation, but Dave has been the official barber for many years now, continuing to lease the shop (and also took a break to attend the party).

The Green Room is at 1226 Meade Avenue beside and connected with the Princess Theatre, which is at 1228 Meade Avenue (as is the office for both).  The Green Room can be reserved along with, or separate from, the theater (which still accommodates events such as movies, as well as live plays and more).

Ralph's Barber Shop is only a few doors down the avenue at 1207 Meade Avenue.

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Copyright: Timothy Oldfield ~ Washington State 360
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 14/01/2017
Uploaded: 23/02/2017
Updated: 24/02/2017


Tags: venue; party; birthday; event; hall
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