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esd 123 imageColumbia Basin College is pleased to present the ESD 123 Art Show beginning February 20 until March 3, 2017. On March 1, 2017, there will be an awards ceremony at 6:00 p.m., to be held at CBC in the HUB, at 2600 North 20th Avenue, Pasco, WA. For more details, please visit the ESD 123 Art Show page on Facebook.

About the ESD 123 Art Show
The ESD 123 Art Show will feature the mixed media creations of the local high school students. These are artworks crafted across the region which are put on display to showcase the talents of young artists. Don't miss it!

The Educational Service District 123 aims to help the students to become cognizant of their dreams and aspirations in life. This organization offers educational services across 23 school districts…

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Annual Cavalcade Of Bands Neil F. Lampson Stadium Kennewick, WashingtonOn Saturday, October 3 everyone is invited to the 34th Annual Cavalcade of Bands at Neil F. Lampson Stadium in Kennewick, Washington. Preliminary competition starts at 9:30 in the morning, finals starts at 6:00 in the evening.

About the Annual Cavalcade of Bands 
This event started in 1981, the Southeastern Washington cavalcade of bands was the brainchild of the band directors of Pasco and Kennewick high schools, Randy Hubbs and John Owen who wanted to have a marching band field competition show where band students from high schools across the Pacific Northwest could showcase their talents and compete amongst each other.

In October, 1997, the Cavalcade was held in the Neil F. Lampson stadium in Kennewick, while Edgar Brown went through major…

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Kamiakin High School Presents William Shakespeare’s MacbethPlenty of Shakespearean plays are scheduled this month, and if you’re a big fan of William Shakespeare, you are in for a wonderful treat.

Mark Your Calendars
On February 7 at 7PM and February 8 at 2PM, Kamiakin High School’s Bravehouse Production Company will present their 2013-2014 winter play, Macbeth. If you can’t catch the play on said dates, don’t worry. The play is slated to run on February 13 and 14 at 7PM, too.

Macbeth in the 1920s
One of Shakespeare’s classics is given an exciting twist in Bravehouse Production Company’s presentation, as they set the story in the 1920s, when flappers, gangsters, and gun molls ruled. However, only the setting of the story changed. As the ultimate tale of ruthless ambition, this version of Macbeth will still…

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