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Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers Annual Convention Calling all winemakers and viticulturists out there. The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers or WAWGG will have their 2014 annual meeting, convention, and trade show on February 5-7, 2014 from 8AM to 5PM at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Wa. The WAWGG annual meeting is the second largest convention for the nation’s wine industry.

WAWGG’s Mission
The main mission of the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers is to cultivate a positive business environment in order for Washington’s wine industry to keep growing. The Association’s vision is for Washington State’s wine industry to triple its economic impact by the year 2020. They aim to do this through improved profitability and sustainability for growers and wineries in the…

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Kennewick Art Walk   If you’re looking for something fun to look forward to on a regular basis, then mark all first Thursdays of each month in your calendar. Save the day for the Kennewick Art Walk that happens every month in historic Downtown Kennewick.

What Is the Kennewick Art Walk?
This family-friendly, recurring event features numerous talented local and regional artists who come together month after month through the efforts of local business establishments.

On this night, many businesses on the Art Walk, which are mostly art-based galleries and studios, stay open for extended hours and host an ever-changing array of art, as well as the artists who created the artworks.

More than Just Artworks
This is an open house, self-guided tour, which also highlights…

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Sons of Norway Lutefisk Dinner Eighteen Norwegian immigrants founded the Sons of Norway as a fraternal benefit society on January 16, 1895 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Mission of the Sons of Norway
The present mission of Sons of Norway has not veered away from the purposes and goals of its Founding Fathers. Just like in the beginning, its mission is to promote Norwegian traditions and fraternal fellowship, promote and preserve the heritage and culture of Norway, celebrate its relationship with other Nordic countries, and offer financial assistance to Sons of Norway members and their families.

Save the Date
On February 1, 2014, they will be hosting a traditional Norwegian meal that includes lutefisk, meatballs, potatoes, gravy, green beans, lefsa, goat cheese, and an assortment of…

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Sunset View Elementary School Kennewick WashingtonAbout Sunset View Elementary School
Sunset View Elementary School is a great choice for kids living in the West side of the city of Kennewick. It is one of the best public schools in the area and it has earned a lot of good feedback from many parents. [continue reading]

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Demographics

Sunset View has a population of over 500 students that comprise mostly of Caucasians. The school has over 25 teachers with a student-teacher ratio close to 19:1 which is better than other elementary schools under the Kennewick School District. Almost half of the student population is granted with the reduced lunch prices. 

Neighborhood
The Sunset View Elementary School is…

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Homes For Sale | Cottonwood Elementary School Kennewick WashingtonIn Kennewick, the colors red, black and white has taken a new meaning: thanks to the opening of Cottonwood Elementary School last 2010. Located on 16734 Cottonwood Creek Blvd., Kennewick, Washington, this school is home to the Badgers.[continue reading]

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About Cottonwood Elementary School
Currently holding classes from Kindergarten to Fifth Grade with around 527 students in total, this public elementary school challenges all its students not only to dream and discover but also to achieve. It focuses on core curriculum areas of reading, writing, math and science. During its first year, it was recognized for having achieved the Kennewick District’s Reading…

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Kennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Let's Get ElectricKennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Let's Get Electric is Monday, December 30, 1:00pm-2:30pm, Ages 8-11, $14 City Residents or $21.  If your child is getting cabin fever this winter break and you want them to partake in a fun and educational activity, look no further! Children will have fun exploring electricity and technology in this hands-on science class that will cover the principals of magnetism and motors. Students will create an electromagnet, identify motor parts and use common tools to dismantle an electric motor.  All materials and tools are provided. Activity presenter is Owen Kramer a retired Project Controls Engineer and current substitute teacher for the Kennewick School District.

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Kennewick's Science Is FunKennewick's Science Is Fun For Children | Clickety Clack Cranium is Friday, December 27, 1:00pm-3:00pm, Ages 8-11, $16 City Residents or $24 ~ Just in time to ring in the New Year! This is an introductory class for children interested in engineering, math, and wood crafting skills. Your kids will get to create a fun toy called a 'Clacker.'  A Clacker is a generational and traditional New Year's Eve noisemaker guaranteed to generate a lot of racket to bring in the year 2014. Under careful supervision, students will use a hand drill, Japanese saw, and a backsaw to create the Clacker from wooden parts provided. Come join this fun filled educational class and take home a keepsake Clacker.  Presenter is Owen Kramer an amateur wood maker, a retired Project…

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