Is the Tri-Cities in Washington a Good Place to Retire?

Is The Tri-Cities in Washington a Good Place To Retire?Yes, the Tri-Cities in Washington is a good place to retire.  Are you looking for the perfect place to retire? Look no further than the Tri-Cities in Washington! This charming Southeastern Washington state region offers a peaceful, small-town atmosphere with plenty of activities for seniors. With its temperate climate and low cost of living, this area provides an attractive option for retirees.

The Tri-Cities offers something for everyone. Whether you enjoy outdoor activities or prefer shopping and dining, this region has it all. With over 26 miles of trails along the Columbia River, nature lovers will find themselves in paradise. For those who wish to stay active, there are several golf…

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Richland WA on Top 10 List of Best Places for a Second CareerRecently the US News and World Report issued a new report on the “Top Ten Places to Begin a Second Career.” Many seniors throughout the US will continue to work past the age of 65 because they enjoy working. However, these seniors who enjoy working are having a challenging time finding employment. One of the factors that contribute to the availability of jobs is a vibrant community such as a college/university town or a city where government or healthcare jobs are prevalent.

Among the list of top ten US Cities to start a second career is our very own Richland Washington. One of the biggest reasons for being on the list is the fact that the area added 3,000 jobs to the local economy during the past year, this is new jobs than any other metro area in the…

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Tri-Cities Wa – 5th Top Metro Area for Creating and Sustaining JobsCalifornia-based think tank company Milken Institute has released a report on the Top US Metro Areas that managed to create and sustain jobs in light of the national recession. The Kennewick-Richland-Pasco area is ranked number five on this list of 13 metro areas for the second year in a row. During the last 12 months, the Tri-City Washington area’s jobs increased by 4.5 percent, which is the highest percentage growth in the nation. This large increase in jobs is due mostly to the stimulus money coming in for Hanford.

President and CEO of the Tri-City Development Council, Carl Adrian says that it is a great thing to have our area out there on a list such as this one because it allows for the planning of ideas for creating broad-based prosperity and the…

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2023 Three Rivers Folklife's Tumbleweed Music Festival, Howard Amon Park on the Columbia River, September 1-3, 2023

2021Three Rivers Folklife's Tumbleweed Music Festival, Howard Amon Park on the Columbia RiverLabor Day weekend, Howard Amon Park in Richland will host the Tumbleweed Music Festival.  3 days of great acoustic music on the banks of the Columbia River.  This year's theme is "Dear Friends."  All events are free except for the Saturday Evening Concert and Sunday Contra Dance Fundraisers.  Five outdoor stages featuring 99+ different acts, an open mic stage, an indoor dance floor, 30+ workshops, food & craft vendors, and online performance & workshops.  

Three Rivers Folklife Society has put on the Tumbleweed Music Festival every year the festival will be celebrating its annual festival. Bring the whole family out and enjoy some…

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2023 72nd Annual Art in the Park at Howard Amon Park, Richland Washington | July 28-29, 2023 from 8:00am to 6:00pm

Voted Tri-City Herald's People's Choice Awards as THE BEST EVENT IN THE TRI-CITIES, Art in the Park is counted as one of the 200 best artistic events in the nation! Hosting over 40,000 attendees during the two-day event, you will enjoy the creative exhibitions and purchasable works of art of over 300 local and national artists. Richland Allied Arts Association will enchant you with various forms of entertainment, delicious food provided by local non-profit organizations, and a festival experience that will be a delight to your entire family. We hope to see you at the 72nd Art in the Park event. Come celebrate with us! Admission is free.

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Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, & West Richland Washington Virtual Open Houses in the Tri-Cities MLS MarketKennewick, Richland, Pasco, & West Richland Washington Virtual Open Houses in the Tri-Cities MLS Market
One positive outcome of the Covid-19 pandemic is the development of online marketing.  Our company has jumped in with a vengeance and has been developing, and continuing the development of Virtual Open House Tours, online marketing, and other means to market a home in an incredibly difficult season of our lives.

As a real estate team, we have always believed Open Houses, the physical version, are an ineffective means of marketing a home.  Often real estate agents convince the seller to hold Open Houses for marketing, when in the end the Open House is an incredible inconvenience to the homeowner, puts the home in oftentimes an unsafe position, and…

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Sunset Garden's 49th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony in Richland Washington | Tri-Cities Memorial Day2021 Sunset Garden's 49th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony in Richland Washington | Tri-Cities Memorial Day
In 2020, through a speech delivered over the radio by James Mattis, Former Defense Secretary, people were allowed to drive along the gardens to take part in the ceremony from their respective vehicles. The organizers announced that this year's ceremony will be held in a normal manner featuring an outdoor ceremony by the lake and 1,096-flag raise.

The General Manager of Sunset Garden's Cemetery, Pat Hollick, encourages people to take part in the event and enjoy it considering it's like Richland's Christmas Day when people can let inspiring happiness emanate.

Sunset Garden's Cemetery Annual Memorial Day will begin at 11:00 a.m. Monday, 31st.  Part of…

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Barnes and Noble Featuring Sherman Alexie, Author of Thunder Boy Jr., Reading and Signing Event | Kennewick, WABarnes and Noble is pleased to present Sherman Alexie on July 12, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. Barnes and Noble is located at 1321 N Columbia Center Boulevard, Kennewick, WA. For more details, visit the Sherman Alexie Reading and Signing Event page on Facebook.

About the Sherman Alexie Reading and Signing Event
The Sherman Alexie Reading and Signing Event at Barnes and Noble is free and open to the public. Sherman will be reading his brand new masterpiece, Thunder Boy Jr. He will also have a book signing session at the venue, where all his works will be up for grabs.

Sherman Alexie is a native of Spokane, WA. Apart from writing books, he is also a poet, a filmmaker, and a screenwriter. Sherman specializes in genres humor, documentary fiction, and native…

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