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The Center
104 South Main Street

PO Box 706
Colfax, WA 99111
509-279-1220

Colfax Chamber of Commerce

Colfax, WA
Colfax, WA

Explore Colfax, a great place to visit.

Fonk's Coffee House
Fonk's Coffee House

Historic building built in 1892. 112 N Main street houses Fonk's Coffee House. They have great specialty drinks, pastries,lunch, wine and beer In the beginning this building was home to the Great Eastern Department Store, then in 1928 it became Fonk's Variety Store. The current owners, Steve and Debbie Warwick kept the original sign and name to preserve the history of Colfax.

The Manning Bridge
The Manning Bridge

Great place for photographers.

The Perkins House
The Perkins House

623 Perkins Ave. Open M-F 10 to 3pm. Come and take a tour. The Chamber office is located here. The house was built in 1886 by James Perkins.

The Codger Pole
The Codger Pole

398 S Main Street. A 65 foot tall chainsaw sculpture, commemorates a 1938 football rivalry.

Tick Klock Drug
Tick Klock Drug

109 S. Main Street. This is not only Colfax's one and only pharmacy, but it has almost everything you need. From clothes, cards, gifts and pharmaceutical needs. It was built in 1912. It was a hardware store in the beginning and a dance hall upstairs.

The old train depot
The old train depot
The Waite & Ellis Block
The Waite & Ellis Block

Built in 1893 and remodeled in 1916. It housed the Fair clothing store and The Commoner (newspaper).

President - Nancy Cochran

Vice President - Toni Jorgenson

Secretary/Treasurer - Karlie Thompsen

Director - Molly Keogh