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The Richland Public Library of Richland Washington hosts a variety of events for the community and most of these events are free or very reasonably priced. During the month of November, there are a wide variety of family friendly events including a few presentations on Native American culture, movie nights, a puppet show, and more!

Puppet Show by WSU Tri Cities’ Students
On November 10, beginning at 1:30pm students from the Arts in Education class at WSU Tri Cities will be presenting four different puppet shows for children at the story circle. There is no charge.

Movie Nights
There is a family movie night coming up on Thursday, November 4 where Toy Story 3 will be shown. Another one will take place on November 19 with a showing of Karate Kid. On…

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For many years now Bethel Church has been holding a Fall Frenzy event towards the end of October at their main Richland campus. Over the past several years though Bethel began to branch out into the community and started holding their annual Fall Frenzy event at area schools. For a few years now, one of those locations has been Marcus Whitman Elementary School in Richland Washington. This year is no different, Fall Frenzy will be held at Marcus Whitman on October 30 from 6:30 to 8:00pm. The Fall Frenzy is similar to a carnival, there will be booths, games, tractor pulls and various events where children and adults can participate and receive goodies! This is a great place to bring the whole family to and spend time together!

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September 15-18 head down to Pendleton Oregon for the 100 year anniversary of the Pendleton Rodeo. This long-time annual event draws huge crowds every year including some of the biggest names in the rodeo circuit and a throng of celebrity rodeo fans. This four-day rodeo is expected to bring in over 70,000 people to Pendleton, a town of about 17,000 residents. One of the biggest reasons for the success of the rodeo is the town’s commitment to staying true to traditions. Some of those traditions started 100 years ago include banning advertising in the arena, keeping the bucking chutes made of wood, maintaining the arena’s center grassy area, and the continual use of volunteers every year. The people of Pendleton have been anticipating this rodeo centennial…

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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-City Regional Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Seattle Seahawks, is proud to host the 7th Annual “Seattle Seahawks Tri-Cities Day” on Sunday, September 12, 2010. Ticket sales begin Thursday, July 26, 2010 at 8:00 am for the season opener versus the San Francisco 49ers.

The Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce has only 300 tickets to be sold for this opening home game. They will be sold on a first come basis.

Ticket prices are $64.00, which includes a t-shirt courtesy of Swift Rehabilitation and a seat cushion courtesy of AmeriChoice Home Loans. The ticket order form is available on the Chamber website at the Chamber offices. Completed forms may be faxed to 509.783.1733 or delivered to 3180 W. Clearwater, Suite F, Kennewick or…

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Annual Prosser Fly-In and Show at Prosser Airport, WashingtonHow about Cool Desert Nights…with wings!? Well that’s exactly what Prosser Washington’s Fly-In is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday July 18, 19 and 20. The Fly-In is an annual event sponsored by the South Central Washington Experimental Aircraft Association; there are various kinds of planes in many different stages on display and flying around. Some of the planes that usually come every year are a restored 1930s Howard, a Long Easy that looks like it is flying backwards because the larger wings are in the back and the smaller ones are in the front, there will be home-built planes, planes that are in the process of being built or restored and a wide array of other planes. The Prosser Washington Fly-In is a family friendly event, so bring the whole family…

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