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RadCon Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention | Pasco, WAThe RadCon Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention will be held at the Red Lion Hotel Pasco on February 12 to 14, 2016. The convention will start at 12 p.m. Expect the "big con with the small con feel" when joining this year's RadCon. Th Red Lion Hotel Pasco is situated at 2525 N 20th Ave., Pasco, WA. Details are available at RadCon's website.

In Pasco, WA, RadCon is an annual event that is basically focused on general Sci-Fi and fiction. It takes place during the President's day weekend. The convention already has over 2500 attendees and it continues to grop. RadCon is run by the RadCon Guild, a not-for-profit organization that supports education, film and writing on the subject of Science Fiction.

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Super Structures - Summer Camp WSU Tri-Cities Richland, WashingtonFor campers who are interested to know more about architecture, civil engineering, or mechanical engineering come to the Western State University Tri-Cities at 2770 Crimson Way in Richland, from 1:00 to 4:30 in the afternoon on Saturday, July 6.

Call Of The Wild - Summer Camp
Get to explore large structures and investigate the science and math behind the structural designs. Take on the challenge of designing and building skyscrapers, domes and bridges. You can also get to investigate a troubled dam and be able to decide whether it is to be repaired or replaced. As you burrow through the mountains, beneath the cities and underwater learn to test tunnel designs. Develop your skills and knowledge with this summer camp and enjoy the different activities.…

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Camp Invention At Delta High And Mid-Columbia Partnership Kennewick and Richland, WashingtonRegister your child and give them a chance to imagine, tinker and invent prototypes that they can take home with them this summer! The Illuminate curriculum features five energetic and fun-filled modules that incorporate Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) activities.

Camps will be held at:
June 15-18 at Delta High
 July 13-17 at Mid-Columbia Partnership

This is for kids entering grades 3-6.

Inducted will provide your child with:

  • New role models from accomplished innovators and a real-world example of the journey to get into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
  • Hands on experience to better understand how shape and structure influence a building’s strength and physical integrity through a materials science investigation.

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Tri Cities Wa RadCon Sci-Fi and Fantasy ConventionIf you’re a big science fiction fan, then you shouldn’t miss the RadCon Sci-Fi/Fantasy Convention that’s happening on February 14-16, 2014. The said event will take place at the Red Lion Hotel in Pasco, Washington.

Radical RadCon
This convention is held annually in the Tri-Cities, during President’s Day weekend, through the efforts of RadCon Guild, an all-volunteer organization that aims to promote Art, Literature, Science, Gaming, and Imagination in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genres.

Convene to Be in
Be part of the organization’s 23rd year of supporting Education, Writing, and Film through science fiction. You may register through their website or follow them on Twitter, @RadCon_WA, for inquiries. Registration fee is $35 for interested ones aged 13 and…

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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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Forbes has recently come to a conclusion that residents of Tri Cities Washington have known for many years, the Tri Cities is a geeky place. Out of all the areas throughout the nation the Tri Cities ranks 11 as the geekiest place to live. This ranking is mostly attributed to the fact that 11% of the population works in a field having to do with science, technology, engineering, or mathematics, right behind Seattle with 11.8%.

Those who live in the Tri Cities Washington know its more than that when they look around; science is a huge part of the Tri Cities. Residents live on streets such at Einstein Avenue, Curie Street, Proton Lane, and Mercury Drive. Many residents have some fun at Atomic Bowl or get a bite to eat at Atomic Ale and Brewery, and they…

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For those of you who have enrolled your elementary students in any of the Summer Science Camps at WSU Tri Cities then check this out! It is time once again to start thinking about which on the camps you want to enroll your child(ren) in this summer! For those of you who have not done any of the summer science camps before, these week long day camps offer students a chance to engage in safe, fun and creative activities as well as the chance to build inventions. Camps are held Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 at the WSU Tri Cities campus in Richland Washington. Space is limited, so get registered quickly!

Gizmos, Gadgets and Coop: During the week of June 10-24, your K-5th grade child will enjoy learning about electricity , energy and light. Students will…

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For those of you who have enrolled your elementary students in any of the Summer Science Camps at WSU Tri Cities check this out! For the first time ever WSU Tri Cities will be offering science camps for Middle School students! These week long day camps offer students a chance to engage in safe, fun and creative activities as well as the chance to build inventions. Camps are held Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:30 at the WSU Tri Cities camus in Richland Washington. Space is limited, so get registered quickly!

Motions, Models and Machines: During the week of July 11-15, your 6th-8th grade child will enjoy learning about physical science concepts such as matter, energy and their interactions. All students will enjoy the hands on activity of building any of 11…

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