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Pigs on the Wing - Tribute to Pink Floyd, Joker's Casino Richland On Friday, May 30 9:30 in the evening until 1:00 in the morning the following day envision the power and electric intensity of Dark Side of the Moon era Pink Floyd in an intimate theater or rock club environment as Pigs on the Wing take on Joker’s Club 624 Wellsian Way Richland, Washington.

About Pigs on the Wing
The group comes from Portland, Oregon that has been delivering that spellbinding experience to audiences throughout the NW since 2006. Catch them live as they perform in Richland.

Ticket price is $12 with age suitability of 21 and up. For more details please call 509-943-1173 or visit http://atomicbowl.com/

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Hanford Reach Interpretive Center Tour's Chasing the Ice Age Floods Richland WashingtonOn May 29, the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center, the preeminent showcase for advancing our understanding of the forces of man and nature that have shaped the Pacific Northwest, from the Ice Age Floods to the Manhattan Project and beyond located at 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland will have an 8 hour tour will that will trace the Missoula Floods and the lake bed of ancient Lake Lewis.

All About “Chasing the Ice Age Floods”
Experience for yourself the Ice Age Floods by land and by river. The tour will start at the Columbia River on board Columbia River Journey's jet boat through Wallula Gap. From the boat a tour of McNary Dam takes place. The next destination is at the River Grill where guests will have lunch and finally to the Sage Center.

What is

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Painting Cards with Alcohol Inks At Kamiakin High School KennewickHave you seen paintings made with alcohol inks on Yupo? Well, it’s time you see one. On May 29, check out the pieces created by Chris Blevins on Yupo, a synthetic paper, likes a super thin sheet of white plastic at the Kamiakin High School, 600 N Arthur St. Kennewick, Washington.

Details of Painting Cards with Alcohol Inks Event
Anyone can join the event. The supply will be provided but please bring an apron or grubbies as alcohol inks are staining. Guests who have their own AI supplies, material fee may be waived or reduced. But for those who don’t have, please plan to bring $15 on the class.

Admission Fee
For Adult, children and senior is$30.00. Online registration is at http://communityed.ksd.org. Resource list for supplies at

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11th Annual Live @ 5 Concert Series Primitive Circus In Richland WashingtonOn Thursday, May 29 from 5:00 until 9:00 in the evening the HAPO Community Credit Union Live @ 5 Summer Concert Series hosted by Radio Tri-Cities and sponsored by McCurley Integrity Dealership, Groth Family Insurance, Chief's R.V. Center, Joker's Comedy Club, KinderCare Learning Centers, Ice Harbor Brewing Company, and Smasne Cellars will happen at the John Dam Plaza, George Washington Way & Jadwin Boulevard Richland, Washington.

Everyone is invited to the event that features live music and includes food vendors, a beer and wine garden, special promotions, give-aways, a Kids Zone that features bouncy houses and appearances by on-air radio personalities.

More About Tri-Cities Live at 5 Family Concert Series
Admission is FREE! Live at 5 is a free

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Coyote Kings Live In Ice Harbor Brewery Kennewick WashingtonThis coming Saturday, May 24 from 7:30 until 10:30 in the evening Ice Harbour Brewery proudly presents the Coyote Kings Live! Come and see them perform in the Brewery located at 206 N. Benton St., Kennewick, Washington. The group is from Walla Walla and performs the hottest rockin’ blues and bluesy rock that you will surely enjoy.

Who are the Coyote Kings
Coming from Great Pacific Northwest, USA, the group one of the most sought after event, festival, and just plain PARTY bands in the PNW! Their CD “Coyote Kings’ Large Band Extravaganza!” is out now on TwinLion/Hot Poop featuring 12 original powerhouse tracks, showcasing the collective talents of the band.

Details of the Event
There is no cover charge! To know more please call 509-582-5342 or visit

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Lourdes Ideal Protein Free Informational Night at Richland WashingtonOn Tuesday, May 27 at 7:30 in the evening everyone is invited to go to Lourdes Counseling Center situated in 1175 Carondelet Drive, Richland Washington for an informational night about Lourdes Ideal Protein.

What is Lourdes Ideal Protein?
Lourdes Ideal Protein is one of today’s powerful, scientifically-proven, medical fat loss program that was developed by doctors. It causes weight loss by targeting body fat while maintaining muscle mass and vitality. Now is your chance to learn more about Lourdes Ideal Protein, how it works and ask all your questions about the program.

Details of the Event
Lourdes Ideal Protein Informational Night is FREE! Seating is limited however. If you wish to be a part of the event please call 509-205-9758 or visit

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Dog Agility Training At Community Ed Kennewick WashingtonAre you a dog lover? Do you want your dog to be agile? If so, you are invited to come on Tuesday, May 27 for an evening seminar on the sport of dog agility presented by Ears Up! Agility at the Community Ed at KSD 1000 W. Fourth Avenue, Kennewick Washington.

Details of the Dog Agility Training Seminar
Now is your opportunity to learn how to get involved in the sport, the basic training needs required, the ins and outs of competition, and a lot more. You can either compete with your dog or simply have fun. Agility is an amazing mental and physical exercise for you and your dog. What’s more AKC regulation equipment is provided.

Requirements for the Training 
Participating dogs should have basic obedience commands and come when called. Aggressive dogs

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Fiddlin Under The Stars Bluegrass Festival At Ekone Park GoldendaleFrom May 28 to 31, “Fiddlin’ Under the Stars”, a musical bonanza that has been a favorite of jammers and bluegrass lovers for years will take place in Ekone Park 411 N. Wilbur Avenue, Goldendale, Washington.

Details of “Fiddlin’ Under the Stars”
On Wednesday and Thursday, May 28 and 28 musicians are invited to open pick, jam and dry camp. Live performances will be on Friday through Saturday, May 30 and 31.

Everyone is encouraged to bring blankets or chairs. But bleachers are available should you wish to witness the performance from there. On Sunday, June 1, first ever Bluegrass Gospel musical worship will take place.

For inquiries you may call 509-773-3400 or visit http://www.goldendalechamber.org/events.htm

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Tri Cities Washington Memorial Day Events & FestivitiesThe Tri Cities Washington has a lot going on this weekend for anyone looking for something to do. Here are some things you may enjoy this weekend, hope you enjoy your Memorial Day Weekend!

Saturday, May 24

Memorial Weekend at Milbrandt Vineyards – From 1:00 until 4:00 in the afternoon the Knutzen Brothers will be kicking off the patio season of the Vineyards. Enjoy food and wine specials, great music, and sunny weather. Guests are encouraged to make reservations. For inquiries you may call 509-788-0030 or emailtara@milbrandtvineyards.com.

Maryhill’s Annual Memorial Day Weekend celebration – From 1:00 until 5:00 in the afternoon Matt Brown will play live on the terrace. Visit them at 9774 Hwy 14 Goldendale, Washington and for ticket inquiries you

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Cuentame Coyote at Gesa Power House Theatre Walla Walla WashingtonOn Saturday, May 24 “Cuentame Coyote” a play about Mexico border crossings by playwright Dael Maln comes to the Gesa Power House Theatre in Walla Walla. Curtain time is 7:30 in the evening.

About “Cuentame Coyote”
The play illustrates the plight of immigrants who suffer injustice and prejudice. It is story with a tragic ending according to Maln and because of some violence and sexual innuendo, the play is rated PG-13. “Cuentame Coyote” is produced by Maln's Portland-based theater group, Milagro.

Tickets and Inquiries
Tickets cost $15 to $18. You may order at www.shakespearewallawalla.org or you can call them at 509-529-6500.

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