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International & Adventure Travel Basics Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick, WashingtonThe Mid-Columbia Library - Kennewick located at the Union Street Branch, 129 North Ely Street in Kennewick, Washington will be having an International and Adventure Travel Basics course this coming Wednesday, August 26 from 7:00 to 8:30 in the afternoon.

About the Event
If you like travelling abroad or enjoy having exciting adventures, this course is for you. Join the REI Travel Specialist to learn the nuances of an international adventure trip. The course will cover aspects of pre-planning and preparation, logistics, equipment and apparel section, adventure travel activities and the resources available to make the next adventure one to remember.

Registration is free, so don’t miss out this unique experience.

To register to the International and…

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On Monday, February 28 at 7:00pm Mid Columbia Library will be hosting the Community Science and Technology Seminar series. This next seminar will be given by Dr. Glen Fryxell on nanomaterials. Dr. Fryxell will be discussing what nanomaterials are and in what ways they can be beneficial or harmful. Dr. Fryxell has been working with nanostructure materials for the last 22 years at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. While working with these materials Fryxell also has spent time looking into its uses for environmental applications like sequestration of toxic heacy metals from industrial streams and groundwater. In 2009 Dr. Fryxell was named a Battelle Distinguished Inventor, he is named as inventor of 16 US Patents. There is no cost to attend this event.…

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The Columbia Basin College Arts Center is pleased to bring you another presentation in their Community Lecture Series. This Thursday, January 20 at 7:00pm, Professor David Bullock will present “A Strike to the Heart: Historical Memory and Roslyn’s Western Miners Union” at the Kennewick Washington branch of the Mid Columbia Library.

Professor David Bullock will tell the story of the early miners in Central Washington who dedicated their time to creating a new and independent union. The miners hard work had a huge impact on coal operators, the United Mine Workers, racial and ethnic tensions, communist influences, neighborhood infighting, and finances.

For over 30 years Professor David Bullock has studied and taught political communications, he is now…

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