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Tri-Cities Chapter Of Families Anonymous Meeting In Richland, WashingtonThis Tuesday, October 27 the Tri-Cities Chapter of Families Anonymous will have its weekly meeting for families struggling with a family member who is abusing substances (drugs or alcohol).

Details of the Event
Families Anonymous is a twelve step program for relatives and friends of drug dependent individuals. It was founded in 1971 by group of parents in Southern California concerned with their children’s substance abuse.  As of 2007 there are FA meeting in more than 20 countries and almost 225 regular meetings in the United States.

Families Anonymous weekly meetings are held at the Columbia Foursqaure Church located at 700 Comstock street Richland, Washington every Tuesday night from 7:00 to 8:30 in the evening.

For more details of the weekly

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Columbia Basin College Community Picnic & All Class Reunion Pasco, WashingtonColumbia Basin College is celebrating their 60th year with a community picnic and all class reunion on Saturday, September 26 in Pasco, Washington. The event will be start at 12:00 noon until 5:00 in the afternoon.

Details of the Event
This is a family-friendly event with food, program showcases and a lot of chances to connect with CBC alumni.

There will be local food trucks will be on campus all afternoon and from 12:30 noon to 2:00 in the afternoon don't miss Thomas & Friends for an adventure-filled show. Lastly, from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon, connect with your former classmates and friends!

About Columbia Basin College
Also known as CBC, Columbia Basin College has served Benton and Franklin counties for 60 years. The Pasco School District

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The Arc of Tri-Cities, Parent to Parent Program In Richland, WashingtonOn Friday, May 29 everyone is invited to The Arc of Tri-Cities, Parent to Parent Program at 1455 Fowler Street in Richland, Washington from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon. Admission is free!

About the Event
The Arc of Tri-Cities/Parent to Parent along with the Responding to Autism Center present a Special Needs Safety Fair especially for parents/families that have children with developmental/intellectual disabilities and/or seizures, of all ages.

Friday is a stop in day, to gather information while kids are at school, only. There will be no activites for kids, but children are welcome. This event is Free and Spanish support is available.

For Spanish speaking, contact Maria at 509-783-1131 ext 108 or mariar@arcoftricities.com.

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Teenagers Learning Code - Making Your First Video Game  Richland, WashingtonFUSE located at 710 George Washington Way in Richland, Washington will be hosting Teenagers Learning Code - Making Your First Video Game from 7:00 until 8:30 in the evening on Wednesday, March 4. Admission is free.

More about the Event
Do you want to teach your middle school or high school aged kid how to code? Wondering if there are resources in the community or on the web to get started?

Then come and join Fuse's special event every-other Wednesday starting February 18th at 7 p.m. for a multi-week program that will fill your teenager's mind with valuable skills (and not just angst!) by teaching them how to make something they already love: video games. Instructors will provide valuable tutorials on code, art, and inspiration, then kids will get

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Lecture: Columbia River Flood Basalts Of The Pacific Northwest Kennewick, WashingtonOn Tuesday, January 13 you are invited to the Lecture: Columbia River Flood Basalts of the Pacific Northwest at Benton Public Utility District Auditorium, 2721 West 10th Avenue in Kennewick, Washington at 6:45 in the evening. Admission is free.

More about the Event
The Lake Lewis Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute will hold its bi-monthly meeting and program with guest speaker Dr. Stephen P. Reidel. The program is titled "Columbia River Flood Basalts of the Pacific Northwest."

Dr. Reidel has over 40 years research experience in geology of the Pacific Northwest. He received a BS and MS in Geology from the University of Cincinnati and a PhD in Geology from Washington State University.

For more information go to http://www.iafi.org/events.asp

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Bechtel National Planetarium Presents On Saturday, January 3 Bechtel National Planetarium presents "Star of Bethlehem". Door open at 6:00 in the evening.

More about the Event
The encore presentation of "Star of Bethlehem" is completely sold-out, so there will be second showing on Saturday. As before, this event is FREE to the public, but seats will fill up fast, so reserve yours now!

In this special presentation, Murray Thorson will be sharing his research on the star events thought to cause the Wise Men to know Jesus was born and search for and find him. The talk will be presented by both Mr. Thorson and Dr. Kristy Henscheid, Planetarium Director.

Note: since this program is more of a lecture (that utilizes a projector and software) than a traditional planetarium show, the topic and

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Tobacco Cessation Program At Tri-Cities Cancer Center, Kennewick WashingtonOn Wednesday, August 13 from 3:30 to 5:00 in the afternoon there will be a tobacco cessation program at the Tri-Cities Cancer Center in 7350 W. Deschutes Avenue Kennewick, Washington.

More about the Event
The tobacco cessation program will help participant identify triggers, think of ways on how to beat them, and talk about the use of stress reduction and nicotine replacement therapy. The “e-cigarette” will also be discussed and demonstrated in the event. First time participants will be offered the option of nicotine replacement patches or nicotine gum.

Please be informed that pre-registration is required. You can register up to the day of the class.

If you want to be a part of the program please call 509- 737-3427 to reserve your seat or visit

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