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Easter Bunny MaskToddler Activity Time featuring Easter Bunny Mask will be held on April 11, 2017, from 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. The event will take place at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, at 1321 N Columbia Center Boulevard, Ste 700, Kennewick, WA. For more details, visit the Toddler Activity Time: Easter Bunny Mask page on Facebook.

About Toddler Activity Time: Easter Bunny Mask
Barnes & Noble Booksellers is pleased to present another exciting Easter activity for kids. The event will be filled with exciting to-do's to be highlighted by the Easter Bunny Mask!

Crafts and other fun activities await! Don't miss the Toddler Activity Time featuring Easter Bunny Mask!

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Yin Yoga At The Community Yoga In Kennewick, WashingtonOn Tuesday, August 18, August 25 and September 1 come join the Yoga Community at 4415 W. Clearwater Avenue in Kennewick, Washington from 5:15 to 6:15 in the evening for a yin yoga. This class is not recommended for pregnant students. Drop-ins welcome.

About Yin Yoga
This type of yoga is a quiet practice suitable for students of all levels of experience. Unlike its yang counterpart, yin is passive in nature and requires holding supine, low back, and hip postures for an extended time, usually four to five minutes per pose. Its goal is to gently stretch the dense connective tissue around the joints, which becomes stiff limiting mobility as people age. The longer holds require both mental focus and attention to the breath. It also allows time for self-study

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Benefit For Bailey At Country Gentlemen Restaurant Kennewick,WashingtonOn Friday, February 13 come and join a night of food and fun as The Country Gentleman Restaurant, 9221 West Clearwater Ave. Kennewick Washington hosts the "Benefit for Bailey" at 6:30 in the evening.

Who is Bailey Castillo?
An inspiration to everyone she meets, Bailey is an adorable 5 yr. old girl. Until she was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma in September of 2012, a relatively rare brain cancer and the exact cause of the disease is unknown. During Bailey’s journey, her family has suffered many ups and downs. The trips they have to go to as far as out of state, like the one in Houston Texas for medical trials and constant trips to Seattle for treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital, have taken its toll on the families’ finances and personal vehicle.

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Please, Mr. Panda Story & Activity Time- Barnes & Noble Booksellers Kennewick, WashingtonFrom January 10 until 13 everyone is invited at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Columbia Center Mall in Kennewick, Washington for the "Please, Mr. Panda Story and Activity Time" event. Please come before 11:00 in the morning, both mornings.

Details of the Event
A story time features the book Please, Mr. Panda. The story offers a creative way to encourage children to say please and thank you. Fun activities for kids will follow the reading.

Free to participate! 

For more information please visit http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/4814053 and http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/4813850

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Tri Cities Wa Holiday EventsChristmas Carnival and Train Ride
Camp Kiwanis is offering train rides, photos with Santa, a Polar Express story time, snacks, crafts, and a performance by Big Top the Clown.  The event will be December 21 from 2:00pm - 5:00pm. Admission is $5 and free for 5 and under. Camp Kiwanis is located at the north end of Columbia Park.

The Annual Living Nativity
Church of the Nazarene at 2402 S Union St, Kennewick is having their annual living nativity from 6:30pm - 8:00pm December 20 - 21. Each show is 15 minutes long and there will be cookies, hot chocolate and cider.

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Kennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Let's Get ElectricKennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Let's Get Electric is Monday, December 30, 1:00pm-2:30pm, Ages 8-11, $14 City Residents or $21.  If your child is getting cabin fever this winter break and you want them to partake in a fun and educational activity, look no further! Children will have fun exploring electricity and technology in this hands-on science class that will cover the principals of magnetism and motors. Students will create an electromagnet, identify motor parts and use common tools to dismantle an electric motor.  All materials and tools are provided. Activity presenter is Owen Kramer a retired Project Controls Engineer and current substitute teacher for the Kennewick School District.
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