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Father-Daughter Ball At The TRAC Center In Pasco, WashingtonFrom February 6 to 8, there will be a Father-Daughter Ball at the TRAC Center, 6600 Burden Boulevard in Pasco, Washington. So, mark your calendars and go with your loved ones!

Details of the Father-Daughter Ball
This is an annual Ministry Outreach Event hosted by Calvary Chapel Tri-Cities. The purpose of the evening is to provide a forum in which a positive, encouraging, healthy, supportive and engaging father-daughter relationship can be cultivated and her sense of value and worth established.

As we all know, father-daughter relationship is important in a young ladies life. Without this relationship, she will look for validation elsewhere; usually in the most undesirable individuals and activities. Please note: mothers, wives, and boys are not

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"So You Think You Can Dance!" Come and watch SYTYD on Wednesday, February 4 at Toyota Center - Windermere Theatre in Kennewick, Washington. Show starts at 7:30 in the evening.

About "So You Think You Can Dance"
This is an11-time Primetime Emmy® Award-winning show that sparked America’s fascination with dance, is set to captivate audiences again – live on tour – with more stops than ever before. Celebrating its momentous 11th season, So You Think You Can Dance’s Top 10 finalists will make their way across North America, performing in more than 70 cities, as part of the So You Think You Can Dance Tour.

Tickets:
$55 - $75 plus fees

For more details go http://www.yourtoyotacenter.com/events/details/?evtid=838

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FazeDoubt - Halloween At The Branding Iron Kennewick, WashingtonFor live music and dancing, come and check out the Branding Iron at 213 Kennewick Avenue in W Kennewick, Washington on Thursday, October 30 for their Halloween party with Fazedoubt. Admission is free!

About FazeDoubt
The band is the newest in the SE Washington State area, They play a huge variety of music including Classic Rock, Country, Motown, Funk, Pop/Top-40, and a lot more.

The Branding Iron

This is Tri - Cities' hottest Nightclub! The Branding Iron is the only club in town to feature LIVE music 3 nights a week - with the HOTTEST bands in the area featuring the best Country & Classic rock tunes around!

For more information please call 509-586-9292 or click here http://www.brandingironnightclub.com/

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3rd Annual Russian Festival At St. John Orthodox Church Kennewick, WashingtonJoin the 3rd Annual Russian Festival on Saturday, October 18 from 10:00 in the morning until 4:00 in the afternoon at St. John Orthodox Church located in 283 Reata Road Kennewick, Washington.

Details of the 3rd Annual Russian Festival
This is everyone's chance to try Russian and Ukrainian food, listen to beautiful folk singing, join in the dancing, live demonstrations, tours of the sanctuary, and a wholesome family environment.

If you have always wanted to learn something new and experience the delight of foreign cuisine then check out the event. See what your neighbors are up to out here in the tumbleweeds, at St. John's Orthodox Church. Admission is FREE!

For more information go to https://www.facebook.com/SaintJohnOrthodoxChurch

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2nd Annual Tri-Cities Salsa Congress In Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, October 10 from 10:30 in the evening until Saturday, October 11 3:00 in the morning come and watch the 2nd Annual tri-Cities Salsa Congress at the Red Lion Richland Hanford House 802 George Washington Way in Richland, Washington.

This is your chance to learn salsa, bachata, kizomba, and Cuban salsa from the best instructors of the West! This year there will be TWO DAYS of classes, & TWO choices of classes for each session! There will be classes for every level: beginner to intermediate. Full days of classes followed by social dancing and partying until 3AM on Fri & Sat nights! Guest DJs from Seattle, and there will be dance performances each night as well.

More about the Event

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Performing Arts Class - VIBE At Highland Grange Park Kennewick, WashingtonHighland Grange Park in Kennewick, Washington will be having a performing arts class on Tuesday, September 9 at 10:00 in the evening.

More about the Event
If you like to sing, dance and perform - this is your chance to meet others who are also passionate about performing arts.

VIBE is Kennewick's premiere show choir., plus, they will be performing different genres of music with high energy that you wouldn't want to muss. Join this great group and soon your voice will be heard. Materials fee of $20 can be settled on the first day of the class to the instructor.

Admission fee:
For resident: $96.00
Non-resident: $144.00

For more information please visit Highland Grange Park at 1600 S. Union St. Kennewick, Washington.

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La Luna Nueva Walla Walla Summer Flamenco Tour, Walla Walla WAEveryone is invited to visit Sapolil Cellars Winery in Walla Walla, Washington on Sunday, July 27 at 8:00 in the evening for the La Luna Nueva Walla Walla Summer Flamenco Tour 2014.

About La Luna Nueva Walla Walla Summer Flamenco Tour 2014
The event will be a night of Flamenco music and dance featuring dancer Savannah Fuentes, singer Curro Cueto, and guitarist Bobby de Sofia "Real Flamenco straight up and stunning" Regina Hacket, The Seattle PI Artistic director and Flamenco dancer Savannah Fuentes performs for the first time in Sequim. She will be joined by cantaor ( Flamenco singer) Curro Cueto of Seville and guitarist Bobby de Sofia.

There will only be 100 seats available. Ticket price is $10 - $35.

For more information you can go to Sapolil

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Cure for the Common-Funk, Rock, Hip-Hop, Jam, Dance In Richland WAEveryone is invited on Friday, July 11 at 9:00 in the evening for a night of great entertainment in Emerald of Siam Richland, Washington as Cure for the Common hits the place.

About Cure for the Common
The group’s commitment to working hard and incessant writing of good quality music has pushed them to the top of the stack among Montana’s touring music scene. Cure for the Common’s sound has evolved since the band started. At present they feature a progressive funk sound that underpins their irresistible fusion of genres. Unstoppable rock’n’roll energy impeccably mixes with a jazz musicality that makes their raucous dance party an equally winning listening experience to their audience.

If you want to see them perform Funk, Rock, Hip-Hop, Jam, Dance,

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20th Annual Diversity Day-Multicultural Arts Festival Walla WallaOn Saturday, June 14 11:00 in the morning until 6:00 in the evening celebrate local diversity with music, dance, arts and crafts and family fun for the 20th Annual Diversity Day at Pioneer Park Alder & Division streets Walla Walla, Washington.

More about the Event
High quality entertainment is planned all through the day, including music and dance performances reflecting the traditions and artistic influences of diverse cultures and nationalities.

Dress up in ethnic/national clothing and you may win a prize. In honor of their 20th anniversary, the Diversity Coalition will ne inaugurating two new geography-related activities the day of the festival.

For inquiries contact Annie at 509-525-8602 or cabeckstany@bmi.net

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First Night Tri Cities is at it again with an exciting night filled with dancing, singing, and performances from local groups. For the past 14 years First Night Tri Cities has put pride in the fact that this New Year’s celebration is an alcohol-free venue for families to enjoy a safe, fun-filled night of entertaining. First Night Tri Cities takes place on New Year’s Eve, December 31, from 5:30pm to Midnight at Columbia Basin College in Pasco Washington.

This year First Night is pleased to welcome several special guest performers to the event. For those who tuned into NBC’s America’s Got Talent you will see the familiar faces of Christina and Ali Christensen, the sisters from Idaho Falls who have Cystic Fibrosis. Despite being told they would never be

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