Burbank Washington

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Gospel Christian Rock Band Third Day At Toyota Center Kennewick, WashingtonOn Friday, October 16 Toyota Center is inviting all of you to watch the multi awarded Gospel Christian Rock band Third Day as they perform and entertain you with their powerful worship songs.

Details of the Event
Third Day is a Christian Rock band from Atlanta, the band started 1991 and it has garnered several awards including 19 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, GRAMMY Award, multiple ASCAP honors and they are almost hitting the 4 million mark in career sales. The band is consist of Mark Lee, Mac Powell, David Carr and Tai Anderson.

Toyota Center is located at 7000 West Grandridge Boulevard Kennewick, Washington and will start at 7:00 in the evening. This event is open for all ages and has a $17 to $32 admission fee. For more information click here.

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Winter Birds At Mcnary National Wildlife Refuge  Burbank, WashingtonOn Saturday, February 14th, from 9:00 in the morning to 12:00 noon the Friends of Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuges will be hosting the 4th annual Winter Birds at McNary National Wildlife Refuge .The event is happening at the McNary Environmental Education Center, and activities will include special presentations, bird viewing tours and an art activity. Special presentations include a live bird program by Blue Mountain Wildlife, “Birds in Diverse Habitats,” a slide show by Ivar Husa of the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society, and wildlife films by videographer Gaylord Mink. Admission is free and open to the public.

More about the McNary National Wildlife Refuge
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge Education Center is located at 311 Lake Road in

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Houses for sale in Burbank WashingtonSomewhere Nice To Live
Burbank is where the Columbia River meets the Snake River. The place is situated in the Walla Walla County of Washington, north of the city Kennewick and to the east of the city Pasco. Burbank is smaller than Pasco and Kennewick, but it still considered to be a metropolitan area. The three: Pasco, Burbank and Kennewick make up the Tri-cities.

Climate in Burbank
The area has a semi-arid climate which means it’s a transition climate between dry and wetter places. They have two seasons: summer and winter. Typically the winter here produces more rain.[continue reading]

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Places to visit in Burbank Washington
Charbonneau Park
located in Eastern Washington is located

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Homes for Sale, Burbank Washington
Burbank is a census-designated place (CDP) in Walla Walla County located east of Pasco and Kennewick, across the Snake and Columbia Rivers.

Named in honor of renowned botanist, horticulturist and pioneer agricultural scientist Luther Burbank, this small but lovely city is generally considered to be part of the Tri-Cities metropolitan area.

The modern, uncongested city of Burbank offers virtually year-round sunshine, lots of wide-open verdant spaces, mountains, rivers, riding and walking trails. Far from being a parochial, backwater town, Burbank is a modern, self-contained city with all the amenities, services and facilities of a big city. [continue reading]


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Winter Birds at McNary National Wildlife RefugeOn Saturday, February 8, the Friends of Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuges will host the 3rd annual Winter Birds event at McNary National Wildlife Refuge from 9AM to 12 noon.

Birds Aplenty
Get a chance to discover the abundance of ducks, swans, geese, and other birds of the Mid-Columbia. Various activities are in store for those who will come, including guided bird walks, owl pellet dissection, and a bird banding demonstration. Blue Mountain Wildlife of Pendleton will do a live birds-of-prey presentation, videographer Gaylord Mink will share his wonderful wildlife films, and Ivar Husa of the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society will present bird identification.

Friends of the Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuges Annual Meeting
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McNary Wildlife RefugeThe Winter Birds Event at McNary's Wildlife Refuge will be a lot of fun and very relaxing. We've enjoyed some family time at the refuge and appreciate the serenity the center offers. When the cold weather becomes to unbearable, then the warmth and hot drinks on the inside awaits you.

The Winter Birds event is at the McNary Environmental Education Center on Saturday, February 8 between 9am & 12noon. From McNary's flyer:

Discover McNary’s abundance of ducks, swans, geese and other birds of the Mid-Columbia. Blue Mountain Wildlife of Pendleton will be at McNary with live raptors. Videographer Gaylord Mink will show his wonderful wildlife films. There will be hands-on activities and nature hikes. Afterward, join the Friends of the Mid-Columbia River

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The McNary Wildlife Refuge offers many events and educational classes for Tri City Washington area residents. These events are free and open to the public unless otherwise stated.

Make a Difference Day
On Saturday, October 23 the wildlife refuge will be holding Make a Difference Day at Goethals Park Nature Playground in Richland Washington. The day will begin at 9:00am and go until 1:00pm. Those who come will be able to participate in planting native plants, building play structures, spreading ground cover, and family fun hands-on activities.

Second Saturday: Wildlife Films
On November 23, Friends of Mid-Columbia River Wildlife Refuge will be showing wildlife films from 9:00am to 12:00pm. They’ll pop the popcorn while you enjoy the movies!

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The McNary National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Education Center will be hosting artist Eileen Klatt, Salmon Pilgrim, this Saturday October 2 at 2:00pm. Eileen Klatt will demonstrate her watercolor techniques and discuss her Litany of Salmon project. While there you can also learn about the McNary National Wildlife Refuge’s Environmental Education program as well as their Second Saturday events. There will also be an opportunity for you to try your hand at gyotaku, a form of fish printing, and other nature crafts. Light refreshments will be available for your enjoyment.

A Litany of Salmon is an invocation to the millions of Salmon that once thrived in the Columbia River Basin and are now extinct. Inspired by plummeting salmon populations in the

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