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The Story Of The Triple Nickel: Black Paratroopers In Washington State Richland, WashingtonOn Tuesday, March 19 come and watch The Story Of The Triple Nickel: Black Paratroopers In Washington State at the Richland Public Library located in 955 Northgate Drive Richland, Washington.

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Robert Bartlett will be speaking in this surprising and insightful presentation. This first all-black paratrooper unit’s mission and service involving Washington state made quiet history and is all but forgotten.

Robert L. “Bob” Bartlett will tell the tale of the “555.” Trained by U.S. Forest Service Rangers, members of the 555 jumped on some 36 forest fires as first responders, including the 1945 Mt. Baker fire. In the process of helping to save our forests, they gained military fame as the first all-black “Airborne Infantry Firefighters.

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Chiawana High School Presents On March 13 - 14 and March 20 - 21, Chiawana High School proudly presents " Treasure Island". The school is located in 8125 Argent Road Pasco, Washington.Show starts at 7:00 in the evening.

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Brought to you by the Chiawana High School Stage Company "Treasure Island" which is about the discovery of the Captain Bones' treasure map by a young Jim Hawkins, will be shown at Chiawana High School Pasco, WA. The production is derived from an off-Broadway play lauded by Parents Magazine and The New York Times (think kid friendly).

Admission:
$10 in advance (at the ASB office), $12 at the door

Go to https://www.facebook.com/chstagecompany for more information about the event.

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Evening Of Celtic Music At Columbia Basin College Theatre Pasco, WashingtonOn Saturday, March 7 at 7:00 in the evening watch Evening Of Celtic Music At Columbia Basin College Theatre 2600 N. 20th Pasco, Washington.

About the Presentation
The Columbia Regional Pipe Band presents an evening of Celtic Music, including Pipe Bands, Scottish Fiddling, and Highland Dancing during their annual Tri-Cities concert!

About the Group
The Columbia Regional Pipe Band started out in 1976 as the Desert Thistle Pipe Band in the Tri-Cities. Today, the Grade 3 Columbia Regional Pipe Band boasts members hailing from anywhere between Portland and Missoula. They have been competing at various summer Highland Games throughout our region for the past two years.

Admission: $17 general $15 for seniors 65+ Youth under 12

Tickets are available at

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Richland High School Drama Presents Winter One-Act Plays Richland, WashingtonThis coming Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7 come and watch Richland High School’s presentation Winter One-Act Plays at 7:30 in the evening.

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Performances include All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten and The Academy School for Gifted, Malevolently Impressive and Nefariously Awesome ...Girls.

Tickets:
$8 for students with identification and senior citizens
$10 for all others

Available at the Richland High bookkeeping office or at the door. Richland High School Auditorium is located at 930 Long Avenue in Richland, Washington.

For more details go to https://www.facebook.com/pages/Richland-High-School-Theatre-Arts/240836110595

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Camerata Musica Presents On Saturday, February 28, 8:00 in the evening Camerata Musica proudly presents "Auryn Quartet" at the Battelle Auditorium, 902 Battelle Boulevard in Richland, Washington.

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An outstanding career spanning three decades has made the German-based Auryn Quartet one of the most sought-after and respected ensembles performing around the globe. The Quartet has not changed its personnel over this long period, and continues with its fresh and pioneering approach to all genres of music. The evening program will be featuring works by Haydn, Dvorak, and Beethoven.

To know more about Auryn Quartet click here http://www.aurynquartet.com/english/ens_xx.html

Admission:
FREE but donations are accepted, patrons receive priority seating

For

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Academy of Children’s Theatre Presents On February 27 and 28 ACT Theatre located in 213 Wellsian Way Richland, Washington presents “Twelfth Night.”

Details of the Event
The Academy of Children’s Theatre is staging a special production of the Shakespeare classic, “Twelfth Night.” The story tells about a set of twins separated in a shipwreck, Twelfth Night is a comedic romp featuring mistaken identities and romantic sub-plots. Tickets are now available online, by calling 509-943-6027, or by visiting the ACT office.

Schedule:
Friday and Saturday at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday at 3:00 p.m.

Tickets:
$13 for adults
$10 for seniors (65+)
Youth (13-18) $7
Free for children under age 13

Future dates:
March 6 and 7

For more information go to

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Richland Players Presents From February 20th until the 22nd, Richland Players proudly presents "The Sleeper". It will shown on Friday and Saturday at 8:00 in the evening and on Sunday at 2:00 in the afternoon.

About "The Sleeper"
This dark and slightly zany comedy by Catherine Butterfield has adult themes and language. It is about a suburban "security mom," shell-shocked by the new post 9/11 reality, finds herself irresistibly drawn to her son's tutor, a handsome young man with political leanings far different from her own. Her "awakening" leads to a bizarre series of events that blow the lid off her previously sheltered existence and change the lives of all around her.

Tickets:
$15 for Adults and $12 for Students, Military, Seniors 65 and over. Tickets can be purchased at

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Phil Wickham Concert & Scotty Smiley Presentation In Kennewick, WashingtonChristian musician Phil Wickham will be having a concert presentation this Friday, February 20 from 7:00 until 9:00 in the evening at the Calvary Chapel, 10611 West Clearwater Avenue, Kennewick Washington.

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Wickham who has released seven albums will be sharing the stage with Scotty Smiley, US army’s first blind active duty officer, who will present his inspiring story of overcoming the perils while serving Iraq.

Tickets are sold at $15 in advance and $20 if purchased at Calvary Chapel.

For more information call Calvary Chapel Tri-Cities at 509-736-2086 or go check its website http://www.calvary-tricities.org/index.php/news-events/phil-wickham-in-concert

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CBC Chapter Of The Native Plant Society Meeting & Presentation Pasco, WashingtonOn Wednesday, February 4 the Columbia Basin College Chapter of the Native Plant Society will be holding a meeting and presentation at Room TD-439, 2600 N. 20th in Pasco, Washington. Event starts at 7:00 in the evening. Admission is free!

About the Meeting and Presentation
You always wanted a fixation on something, how about Bitterbrush? Join the meeting and listen to Dr. Ryk Smith, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at Columbia Basin College as he discuss nitrogen fixation in a non-leguminous shrub native to shrub steppe habitats of the area. At 6:30 p.m., bring in your unknown plant (non-ornamental) and the group will try to identify it. Plant identification occurs before the regular meeting.

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Cybersecurity Impacts Everyone At Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick, WashingtonOn Thursday, February 5 please come to the "Cybersecurity Impacts Everyone" at the Mid-Columbia Libraries 1620 S. Union Street Kennewick, Washington at 7:00 in the evening.

Details of the Event
David McKinnon will discuss what roles cyber security play in everyday life and he will also provide tips that may help keep your information more secure.

PNNL Senior Research Scientist A. David McKinnon, Ph.D., discusses what roles cyber security play in everyday life and he will also provide tips that may help keep your information more secure. Dr. McKinnon is the principle investigator for the DOE funded “Bio-Inspired Technologies for Enhancing Cyber Security in the Energy Sector” research project that is adapting and extending PNNL’s Digital Ants

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