Kennewick Washington

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Camera Walk
Explore Howard Amon Park in all its fall splendor through the lens of your camera. Join award winning photographer John Clement in the discussion for camera settings, composition, and lighting as we walk in the park and capture images. Begin at the Amon Arch and end at the CREHST Museum to view your results. Requires your own camera and tri-pod, USB cable to view your images, sturdy walking shoes, and an eye for adventure. This walk in the park will be on Thursday, October 14 from 7:00am to 11:00am. The class fee is $35.

Adobe Photoshop
Ready to take your pictures to the next level? Begin with Photoshop tools, interface, formats, and basic operation; then progress to rotating, adding text, cropping, correcting tools, changing color and

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Many dream of begin able to have a chance to go to New York for a Broadway performance but can never make it work. Well Broadway is coming to you, here in the Tri Cities Washington. Broadway and More have been performing various shows for a few years now. This year’s season will begin with a one night performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s first musical, Oklahoma. The show will take place on Thursday, October 7 at 7:00pm at the new Windermere Theatre in the Kennewick Washington Toyota Center. Tickets for Oklahoma cost $32 per person and can be purchased at the Toyota Center ticket Office, Ticket Master, or by calling 800.745.3000. The next performance of the season will be the Wizard of Oz on January 9 at 7:00pm. Then Riverdance, the Farewell Tour will be

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This weekend the Tri Cities will be home to the first annual Tattoo Convention at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick Washington. The convention will be a weekend event beginning Saturday, September 25, from 11:00am to 10:00pm and going through Sunday from 11:00am to 6:00pm. There will be many seminars, contests, vendors, and artists for you to enjoy and browse through. Vendors such as H2Ocean, 4 Horseman Productions/Pur Cirkus, OXYKing, Okygen Bar, Scentsy Wickless Candles, Photobooth, and others. There will be studios such as Birthmarx Tattoo, Monarch Tattoo and Body Piercing, Hoops Body Art, Notorious Ink and many more represented at the convention.

On Saturday and Sunday there will be contests taking place for a variety of different

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Grape Crush Rush Fun Run
On September 25, the 3 Rivers Road Runners will be having their annual Grape Crush Rush in Kennewick Washington. This annual run will take place in Historic Downtown Kennewick and features a one mile and a 5K event. Both the 5K and one mile events will begin at 8:30am at Clock Plaza. The cost to register for the event is $9.00 after September 18. There are two ways in which to register, one way is to go online or you can register on the day of the event between 7:30 and 8:15am at Clock Plaza. For more information about the race visit the 3 Rivers Road Runners website or call 509.582.7211.

The 3 River Road Runners Club
The 3 Rivers Road Runners group has been around since the late 1970s with the primary goal of promoting running

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Next Saturday, September 25 the East Benton County Historical Society is presenting a Historic Homes tour. The tour, Kennewick through the Ages, will take place in Historic Downtown Kennewick and will feature 6 of the city’s finest homes. You will be able to tour six homes from the first 50 years of the 20th century as well as the East Benton County Museum. The tour will begin at 10:00am and go until 5:00pm.

Tickets for the event can be purchased for $15 in advance at the East Benton County Museum or JD’s Time Center in Kennewick Washington; the Bookwork in Richland Washington; or the Franklin County Museum in Pasco Washington. Tickets can even be purchased online at the East Benton County Museum’s website through PayPal. Tickets can also be purchased

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The Country Nesters Marketplace Antiques and Collectibles will be holding their 5th annual Fall Show this weekend, September 18-19. This one and only Antiques Show in the Tri Cities features an assortment of Furniture, Jewelry, Depression & Elegant Glassware, Coins, Postcards, Primitives, Shabby Chic, Collectibles, Antiques, and Treasured Finds. It would be difficult to not find anything you are interested in! During both days of the show there will be displays by various organizations such as the Franklin County Historical Society, Shirley Frares will be displaying her aprons, Sew Q Quilt will be present, there will also be raffles by the Tri Cities Quilters and so much more! You don’t want to miss this great event! Times of the event are 9:00am-6:00pm

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On Saturday, September 11 from 12:00pm-4:00pm, Kennewick General Hospital is presenting Health & Swellness at the Columbia Center Mall. This event will be packed full of entertainment, interactive learning, valuable health information, giveaways galore and a WHOLE LOT OF FUN! If you have a concern about your child’s health and/or development this is a great place to come and get information from knowledgeable sources. If you are in need of a new doctor or pediatrician then come on out and learn about our area’s medical professionals. This is your chance to talk to experienced, specialized physicians in a casual setting. There will be many local groups present at the Health & Swellness event including Kennewick Fire Department, March of Dimes, Benton

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When looking for a place to call home many people look for a city that is great for raising a family. Kiplinger recently released a top 10 list of the greatest American cities for raising a family. In order to make it on the list cities had to have a healthy economy, strong schools, low crime rates, job growth, vibrant local culture, and lots of parks and recreational activities. These are a lot of factors to consider when looking at so many American cities, but they did it and on that list is none other than our local Kennewick Washington.

The city of Kennewick with a population nearing 70,000 is a largely a research based economy, they were able to withstand the recession quite well with only a 6.2% unemployment rate and abounding high-tech jobs in

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The Tri Cities Washington Crime Stoppers is offering a personal safety class to help people how to identify dangerous situations and how to react in these situations. This personal safety class will be taught by Don Gulla, a veteran law enforcement officer who trains other cops on crisis intervention and defensive tactics. Gulla was on the Olympic Security Team in Atlanta in 1996 and again in Salt Lake City in 2002.There will be two sessions on August 28, the first will be from 8:00-11:30 in a classroom setting at the Kennewick Police Department where those in attendance will learn tactical communications and awareness. The second session will be from 1:00pm-4:30pm at the Kennewick Activity Center where those in attendance will learn how to survive

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This 104 S. Idaho Kennewick home has had one owner since being was built in 2006, and this Hansen Park home has only had one owner who has maintained the home well. The 0.20 acres the yard sits on is fenced and landscaped with a patio out back to enjoy the cool summer evenings. The spacious kitchen, with stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinet space, opens up into the family room to make entertaining enjoyable. Living in Hansen Park means being close to the community's parks and recreational facilities. The home is in the Kennewick School District, more specifically it is in the Ridgeview Elementary, Desert Hills Middle School, and Kamiakin High School area. The Hansen Park Development Hansen Park is a housing community located in Kennewick

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