Found 5 blog entries tagged as John Dam Plaza.

Live @ 5 Featuring Colorblind: Entertainment at Its Best Featuring the Band's Strong Vocals and High-Energy Presence | John Dam Plaza in Richland, WALive @ 5 will feature Colorblind on July 14, 2016, from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. This rock-filled evening will be held at John Dam Plaza, 1815 George Washington Way, Richland, WA. For details, visit Live at 5 page on Facebook,

About Live @ 5 Featuring Colorblind
Live @ 5 will present the Colorblind on it's 6th year and the band's performance is sure to please the audience once again with their strong vocals and energetic presence. Colorblind's cup of tea is comprised of rock, classic rock and pop rock. The band members Dave Warner, Keith Schmaljohn, Buddy Bentz, Johnny Strait and Shelly Duberstein all take pride that they are natives of the Tri-Cities.

Apart from a great source of entertainment, the evening will be a feast of food, vendors, beer…

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Live at Five Featuring My Favorite Toy Band: Providing Great Music to Groove On This Summer at John Dam Plaza | Richland, WA Live at Five featuring My Favorite Toy Band will be held on the 30th of June, 2016. The performance at will start at 5:00 p.m. and will be held at John Dam Plaza in Richland, WA. For more details, visit the Live at Five with My Favorite Toy page on Facebook.

About Live at Five with My Favorite Toy
Live at Five with My Favorite Toy is just a part of the Tri-Cities best summer music lineup. The band's cup of tea is rock blended with a pop vibe and some touch of the 80's music. The band is made up of Harvey Prickett on lead guitar, keys, and vocals, KD Zavarelli on lead vocals and keys,Charlie Doll on bass guitar and Joel Cabrales on drums.

Live at Five with My Favorite Toy band is a great event that family and friends should not miss. The band is a…

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Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil At John Dam Plaza Richland, WashingtonOn Thursday, October 22 there will be a Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil at John Dam Plaza 1815 George Washington Way in Richland, Washington from 6:15 until 8:00 in the evening.

More about the Event
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and everyone is invited to join and honor victims of domestic violence and their children. Candlelight Vigil will start at 6:15 PM.

This year’s DVS candlelight Vigil features a life-size silhouettes representing every victim killed as a result of domestic violence in our community since 1998. Domestic Violence Services shelter, 24 hour crisis line, legal advocacy, support groups, resources and referrals, community education, children’s service, housing advocacy and further support services for domestic…

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March for Respect at John Dam Plaza, Richland WAThe Arc of Tri Cities will honor citizens with disabilities through a public rally. The event will be called March for Respect, and it will take place in Richland, Wa at the John Dam Plaza on March 22, from 12 to 1:30PM.

The Arc of Tri Cities Mission
Established in 1954, the Arc of Tri Cities has been a provider of services to individuals with intellectual and development disabilities in the Benton and Franklin Counties. For the past 60 years, this educational facility and sports club has been offering 14 different services in the area and is serving more than 1,400 individuals each year.

The Arc of Tri Cities’ mission and vision is simple – “To provide leadership, advocacy, and opportunities that enable persons with intellectual and other…

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More than 65 years ago plutonium produced at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation was used to create Fat Man, the atomic bomb used on Nagasaki. Today at 8:30pm many will get together for a memorial at John Dam Plaza in Richland Washington to mark the 65 anniversary of the bombing at Nagasaki, Japan. Those in attendance will be able to take part in music and prayer to remember the past with hope for the future. One of the highlights of the evening will be the ringing of the Bell of Peace that the mayor of Nagasaki gifted to Richland. The Bell of Peace is modeled after a church bell that was rung every day after the bombing to console the survivors. The ringing of the bell tonight will be in remembrance of the lives lost in both sides of the war, the Americans…

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