Found 21 blog entries tagged as parade.

Tri Cities Parade Of Homes At The Tri-Cities Area, WashingtonEveryone is invited to the 2014 Parade of Homes happening on September 6, 7, 9, 10, 13 and 14! The organizers of the event will be  showcasing new homes located throughout the Tri-Cities area-each one unique in design and style, featuring the latest in architectural trends and the best in workmanship.

Come and and enjoy while touring the Parade homes.This is your chance to ask your questions to the builders, subcontractors, and sales professionals who are on hand at each site. As they say, a new home is a sound investment and there is no better time to buy a new home than today!

2014 Parade of Homes

Saturday and Sunday, Sept 6 & 7, 9 am to 5 pm
Wednesday, Sept 10, 1 pm to 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday, Sept 13 & 14, 9 am to 5 pm

Tickets on sale…

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 Yakima Valley Fair Parade At The City of Grandview, WashingtonPlease come and join this year's Yakima Valley Fair Parade happening on Thursday, August 7 at 6:30 in the evening. It will be held in 1105 W. 2nd Street Grandview, Washington.

More about the Yakima Valley Fair Parade
The Grandview Chamber Of Commerce Parade Committee invites everyone to join the Yakima Valley Fair Parade. Come and be a part of Grandview’s Parade and then make a night of it in Grandview! What's more you and your friends can head over to the fair within one hour of the end of the parade and get in for only $1.00!

NO ENTRY FEE!! This of course means free advertising to promote your community, your business, or your organization! Please return your entry forms to: Grandview Parade Committee P.O. Box 717 Grandview, WA 98930 (or send by…

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MCP Presents Love Wins! Parade & Event At John Dam Plaza, Richland WashingtonOn Sunday, July 20 from 11:00 in the morning until 4:00 in the afternoon visit John Dam Plaza in Richland, Washington for the annual Pride Parade and other events in the park presented by Mid-Columbia Pride.

About Love Wins! Parade & Event
The Parade will start at 11:00 in the morning, anyone that wants to walk in the Parade ae advised to be there at 10:30. The event in the park will start promptly after the Parade and last until about 4:00 in the afternoon. The Planned Parenthood and INBA stage will be a host to four different bands, drag queens, contests, and more! There will be a beer garden (run by Jack-sons) and plenty of vendors (food, items, Pride gear, etc.) 

For more Pride week events, check out the event page on our site:…

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47th Grand Old 4th of July Parade & Celebration in Pasco WashingtonEveryone is invited to be present and participate in the Grand Old 4th of July Parade and Community Celebration on July 3 and 4. Come and celebrate our nations independence with fun activities and a lot more!

Grand Old 4th of July
The event is on its 47th year. This year there will be a Pancake Breakfast, all-day Street Fair, foot races (benefiting Bainbridge Youth Services), a Classic Car Show, Historic Baseball Game, Music, Food, Entertainment, a Beer Garden, and plenty of Family Fun—all capped off by the “Best Small Town Parade in America.” The mile-long parade begins at exactly 1:00 in the afternoon!

Schedule of Events
7:00 AM–11:00 AM Traditional Pancake Breakfast Town & Country Market Parking Lot
9:00 AM-5:00 PM Street Fair, Downtown Winslow…

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Tri Cities Washington Independence Day and 4th of July Festivities
Independence Day or Fourth of July; the phrase evokes fond memories to many people of family get-togethers, good food, parades, fireworks, and various community festivities. This year around the Tri Cities there will be plenty to keep you busy all weekend.

Grand Old Fourth

Dust Devils Game: The City of Pasco Parks & Recreation will jumpstart the Grand Old Fourth celebration with "the great American pastime," baseball. The Dust Devils will kick off the 4th of July celebrations with a game at Gesa Stadium in Pasco, Wa at 7:30 on July 3.
Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast: On July 4, Kiwanis will help you start the day off right with a pancake breakfast, at 7:00 am in Memorial Park in Pasco.

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This summer Clover Island Inn in Kennewick Washington is hosting a wide variety of summer events such as concerts, pool parties, car shows, and of course a boat parade kick-off. Here is a list of events going on at Clover Island Inn:

Hydroplane Race Kick-Off Party
On July 29, come on out to Clover Island Inn for an evening of fun and gear up for the 46th Annual Columbia Cup Hydroplane Races, Colorblind will be playing. Things will kick off at 7:00pm and go until about 11:00pm. The cost is $5 per person, only those over the age of 21 will be admitted.

Pool Party
Every Sunday during the months of July and August head over to Clover Island Inn for music by 3 Legged Dog, food and beverages at the pool.

Thunder on the Island
Every Wednesday over…

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July 4th weekend stuff to do in the Tri Cities Washington areas

Allied Arts Summer Celebration Allied Arts Gallery at the Park, Richland Thursday - Saturday June 30 - July 2 10AM- 5 PM Artwork selected from the current members of the Allied Arts Association will be on display. This is a multi-media show that showcases two and three-dimensional art, mixed media, and non-traditional materials. Admission is free.

Southridge Farmers' Market Southridge Village, Kennewick Thursday, June 30 4 PM - 8 PM Farm fresh fruits and vegetables, quality beef and chicken, eggs, baked breads and cupcakes, nuts, plants and flowers, local artisans and crafts.Live Music: Crashworx Live @ 5 Summer Concert Series John Dam Plaza, Richland Thursday, June 30 5 PM - 9 PM…

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Tri-Cities - Christmas Lighted Boat Parade In Kennewick, WashingtonChristmas is right around the corner and that means many people in Tri Cities Washington start planning for Christmas parties and getting out the box of Christmas decorations. Every year our family has a tradition of watching the lighted boat parade with friends a family. This year make plans to enjoy the lighted boat parade with family and friends or maybe just that one special person. The lighted boat parade is an annual event that takes place every year along the shores of the Columbia River.

Details of the Lighted Boat Parade
This year the parade will be on December 5 and 6, 6:00pm-9:00pm. The boats begin at Clover Island in Kennewick Washington and go down to Howard Amon Park before heading back to Clover Island. An awards party will take place…

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The Tri-Cities Washington community offers many different events to honor our Veterans on and around Veteran’s Day. The local chambers of commerce, university, college, and the various community organizations put on different events to honor these men and women. More events will be added as they are announced in the community.

Washington State University Tri-Cities’ Smash and Slice
On October 19 WSU Tri-Cities will be having a Smash and Bash from 11:00am to 3:00pm in the WEST/BSEL parking lot. There will be a donated car for ticket holders to smash and pizza will be included in the ticket price. Tickets will be sold in 4 different denominations, for $4 you can hit the car three times and receive one slice of pizza; for $7 you can hit the car eight…

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September 15-18 head down to Pendleton Oregon for the 100 year anniversary of the Pendleton Rodeo. This long-time annual event draws huge crowds every year including some of the biggest names in the rodeo circuit and a throng of celebrity rodeo fans. This four-day rodeo is expected to bring in over 70,000 people to Pendleton, a town of about 17,000 residents. One of the biggest reasons for the success of the rodeo is the town’s commitment to staying true to traditions. Some of those traditions started 100 years ago include banning advertising in the arena, keeping the bucking chutes made of wood, maintaining the arena’s center grassy area, and the continual use of volunteers every year. The people of Pendleton have been anticipating this rodeo centennial…

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