April 2011

Found 13 blog entries for April 2011.

Lockheed Martin is proud to be sponsoring IT Day coming up at the beginning of May. IT Day is an all day thing, 9:00am – 5:00pm, held on May 4 at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick Washington.

IT Day is the largest informational technology event in Eastern Washington. Throughout the event those in attendance will have the opportunity to hear the latest from IT industry leaders, showcase their own IT businesses and network with local IT providers. The theme for IT Day will be “Forecast the Future: IT & Energy,” throughout the day an emphasis will be put on energy and IT topics.

The luncheon keynote presenter this year will be Peter Leyden. Leyden is the Managing editor of the Original Wired Magazine and the leading expert on megatrends

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During the month of May local photographer John Clement has announced that he will be taking fellow photographers out with him to some of his favorite spots around the region. This would be great for those who are just starting out in the art of photography, wanting to learn something new, or those who just enjoy going out and capturing some of the beautiful scenery surrounding the Tri Cities Washington area. Travel with John on one, two, three or four day shoots to his favorite places here in Eastern Washington. Areas to be explored include the Columbia Gorge and its spectacular vistas and flowers. The Palouse and its green velvet hills, the Snake and Grande Rhode Rivers in all of their spring glory! Included will be your transportation, hands on

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17th Annual Safe Kids Saturday

On Saturday, May 7, the 17th annual Safe Kids Saturday event will be held in the Kadlec Regional Medical Center campus. This annual event is from 10:00am until 2:00pm in the Corrado Parking Lot of Kadlec on the corner of Swift & Goethals. This event is a great for parents who want their children to learn more about safety. Safe Kids Saturday is a great way to for children to learn about safety and to have fun at the same time. Parents will also learn ways to keep their children safe with the help of over 30 community-minded organizations. Children will be able to learn about bike and water safety, what to do in case of a fire, poison protection and much more. There will also be fingerprinting, child safety seat

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Earth Day 2011

For those of you who don’t know, this year marks the 41st year of Earth Day. Earth Day was created for the purpose of inspiring awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s environment. Every year Earth Day is celebrated in every country on Earth. Today worldwide there are many individuals and corporations working together to do what they can for the Earth. People in the Tri Cities are doing what they can to be part of this day and do what they can for the Earth.

In celebration of Earth Day the Carson Kolzig Foundation and Green Shred will be hosting a free document shred day. If you are looking for a safe way to discard your old bank statements, documents, or papers then bring to the Responding to Autism Center and Green Shred will

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March for Dimes' Annual March for Babies

The March of Dimes will be having their annual March for Babies, May 7 at Columbia Park in Kennewick. The march is a 6.5 mile walk through Columbia Park along the river. Throughout the 6.5 miles there will be six checkpoints along the way and a hot dog lunch at the end. Things start going at 8:00am when the refreshments and registration begins. At 8:45am there will be warm-ups and announcements with the walk beginning at 9:00am. The purpose of the March of Dimes’ March for Babies is to raise money for research and programs. To register as an individual, to start a corporate, family, or friends teach, or to donate, visit the March for Babies website or call 800.525.9255.

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For those of you who enjoy going to out to the Theatre for an enjoyable performance then you don’t want to miss this! The Academy of Children’s Theatre is pleased to present, for your viewing entertainment, their rendition of Pippi Longstocking. This well-loved story has something in it for everyone, the engaging story follows is centered around Pippi Longstocking who is quite the prankster! Pippi loves to dupe adults and can be quite horrid to those who are condescending or cruel. With a pirate for a dad, a pet monkey and a horse on the porch, Pippi is sure to capture your attention.

Pippi Longstocking will be performed April 22, 23, 29, and 30 at 7:00pm and April 24 and May 1 at 1:00pm at the Chief Jo Middle School Auditorium in Richland Washington.

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Under the direction of Todd Westendorf the Chiawana High School Stage Company will be giving several performances of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe; the costumes were put together by Verna Schwilke. Performances will take place this weekend and next on Friday and Saturday at 7:00pm, April 15,16, 22 and 23. Tickets cost $10 for students and $12 for adults, they can be purchased at the Chiawana High School ASB Office Monday-Friday between 7:00am-2:00pm, Mills Music in Kennewick Washington or at the door.

For more information about the CHS performance of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe visit the Chiawana High School website or call 509.543.6786 ext. 5605.

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The Carson Kolzig Foundation will be having their second annual Responding to Autism Event this Friday, April 15 at the Three Rivers Convention Center from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The purpose of this free Responding to Autism Event is to bring families together, share resources, and promote awareness.There will be over one-hundred local resources present with booths for families to take resources about various areas such as diagnostic services, interventions, specialized therapies, educational products/materials, resources for everyday needs, childcare, behavior management, and more. Vendors will provide families with the opportunity to take resources and network about services and products available locally, regionally and nationally. All of the vendor booths

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For those of you who have enrolled your elementary students in any of the Summer Science Camps at WSU Tri Cities then check this out! It is time once again to start thinking about which on the camps you want to enroll your child(ren) in this summer! For those of you who have not done any of the summer science camps before, these week long day camps offer students a chance to engage in safe, fun and creative activities as well as the chance to build inventions. Camps are held Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 at the WSU Tri Cities campus in Richland Washington. Space is limited, so get registered quickly!

Gizmos, Gadgets and Coop: During the week of June 10-24, your K-5th grade child will enjoy learning about electricity , energy and light. Students will

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For those of you who have enrolled your elementary students in any of the Summer Science Camps at WSU Tri Cities check this out! For the first time ever WSU Tri Cities will be offering science camps for Middle School students! These week long day camps offer students a chance to engage in safe, fun and creative activities as well as the chance to build inventions. Camps are held Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 at the WSU Tri Cities camus in Richland Washington. Space is limited, so get registered quickly!

Motions, Models and Machines: During the week of July 11-15, your 6th-8th grade child will enjoy learning about physical science concepts such as matter, energy and their interactions. All students will enjoy the hands on activity of building any of 11

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