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The Creation Music Festival Northwest Live In Kennewick, Washington 2015From July 30-August 1 the West Coast Creation Music Festival is coming to the Tri-Cities moving from Enumclaw to the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick. This popular festival holds events annually in the Northeast and the Northwest. Together, they're the largest Christian music festival in the nation.

About Creation Music Festival
The events will be three days of bands, speakers and activities for adults and kids. It is a great big giant fest that is definitely something that you can do with your family. What’s more, the festival features top names in Christian music, as well as guest speakers. For the full lineup of artists click here.

Purpose of the Event
To present the Gospel through music, teaching and any other creative means so that those

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Mariachi And More Festival At Columbia Park, Kennewick WashingtonThe Tri-cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce presents: Mariachi and More Festival on Sunday, June 22 that will take place on Columbia Park in Kennewick from 11:00 in the morning until 7:00 in the evening.

More About Mariachi and More Festival
Come and enjoy great Music with Mariachis and Local Bands. Food and beverages will be offered in the event.

Admission is free to all the public. Kids will surely love the event with the Kids’ Activities Corner including Mobile Science Exhibits, Beer Garden, Vendor & Information Booths, Healthcare and Wellness Area, Auto Showcase and much more.

Parking $5, or you can bring 5 cans of food to be donated to local food bank. For more information please call the TCHCC office at 509-542-0933 or go to tricitieshcc.org

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28th Annual River of Fire Festival in Columbia Park, Kennewick, WashingtonThe Tri City Regional Chamber of Commerce invites you to next year's 29th Annual River of Fire Festival, presented by Hapo Community Credit Union, scheduled to take place July 4th in Columbia Park Kennewick, Washington.

River of Fire Festival
Enjoy live entertainment while your kids 12 and under go to the Kid's Zone. Sample the fabulous food from different vendors. The cost of admission this year was $8.00 per car load to the greatest fireworks show in Washington.

The 29th Annual River of Fire Festival, is an event of the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce. The largest fireworks display in South Eastern Washington took place on the Columbia River! Don't miss out on being a part of this wonderful day-long fun family oriented event next year!

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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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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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The Sandhill Crane Festival, Othello, WashingtonThe Othello Sandhill Crane Festival started in 1998. The Greater Othello Chamber of Commerce and the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service) sponsors this annual festival. Through the collective efforts of committee members, the festival is carefully planned, organized and conducted. The Sandhill Crane Festival Committee includes Grant Conservation District staff, Othello citizens, and residents from the neighboring Columbia Basin communities of Ephrata, Moses Lake, and Royal City.

The Othello Sandhill Crane Festival
During the festival, which will happen on March 28-30, there will be different tours for crane viewing along with specialty tours that included a wildlife tour of the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge/Potholes

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It's that time of year again, time to head out to the Country Mercantile for their annual Harvest Festival. The festival features rides, a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, mazes, and a variety of fun for the whole family.

Admission is $6.50 per person; children under the age of 2 are free. Admission covers a ride out to the pumpkin patch, the corn maze, straw-bale maze and pyramids as well as the petting zoo; admission does not include rides. Pumpkins are sold separately. The cost for pumpkins are as follows: Orange Pumpkins - $0.24/lb; Red and White Pumpkins - $0.59/lb; corn stalks - $5.95 each; and bales of straw - $5.95 each.

The Harvest Festival will feature a rollercoaster, train, carousel, and airplane ride. There will also be a bounce obstacle

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Prosser Wine & Food Fair Walter Clore Wine and Culinary CenterThis Saturday, August 9, the city of Prosser Washington will be hosting the 33rd Annual Prosser Wine and Food Fair. The festival draws close to 2500 wine lovers from all over the region for an afternoon of fine wine and food. Stroll around tasting wine from 34 Washington wineries, enjoying food put together by 15 local vendors, and trying beer from a couple local breweries as you enjoy the sounds of the local bands that will be performing.

The event will take place at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center located in 2140 Wine Country Road Prosser, WA. Things will kick off at 2:00pm and last until 8:00pm. Tickets cost $27.50 and includes admission, glass and program. Neither minors (under 21) nor pets will be permitted at the event.

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For 30 years now Kennewick Washington has been home to the annual Tri Cities Wine Festival and this year is no different. Join other wine lovers November 5-6 for a weekend of wining and dining. The festival will take place at the Three Rivers Convention Center.

Friday night will feature a night of wine, a 5-course meal and a seminar. Things will get rolling at 6:30pm and last until 10:00pm. The reception will start things off with dishes such as Blue Cheese Polenta Cakes, Smoked Salmon Canapes, and Wild Mushrooms Chaussons. During the evening learn about wine and food pairings while enjoying a 5-course gourmet meal of dishes such as Arugula and Fennel Salad with Polenta Croutons and Goat Cheese Eclairs and a mixed grill where Pornini Seared tenderloin

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