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Mapping Latino Muscical Migrations with Antonio Davidson-Gómez at Richland Public LibraryMapping Latino Musical Migrations with Antonio Davidson-Gómez
On Thursday, May 15 at 7:00 in the evening, The Richland Public Library invites everyone to a night of Mapping Latino Musical Migrations with Antonio Davidson-Gómez. Admission is free. performs live with his percussion in a night of U.S. Latino and Latin American music. Hosted by James and Doris Kelly the presentation will be held at the Richland Public Library.

What’s in a pop song?
There are stories that run deeper than catchy lyrics might suggest. The instruments, the language, the style – even a song’s structure can show us how ideas and experiences are traded between diverse communities.

In this hands-on experience, participants will play instruments from U.S. Latino and Latin

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Benefit for the Oso Victims Richland WAThe Emerald of Siam is holding a benefit for the people affected by the tragic mudslide in Western Washington on May 16 at 6:00 in the evening. All donations go to organizations helping with recovery efforts.

Details of the Emerald Benefit for Oso  
Saigon County 6-8
Holly Barkem 9-9:45
Arrington 10:00-11:00
Tumble Down Badger 11:15 - 12:00
Savage Henrys 12:15 - close 

Contact information for the Event   
You may call 509-946-9328, send an email to emeraldofsiam@hotmail.com or visit their website http://www.emeraldofsiam.com/

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Robin Hood at the Hanford High School AuditoriumOn May 16 and 17, the Hanford Center Stage continues it's presentation of Robin Hood at the Hanford High School Auditorium Main Stage, 450 Hanford St. Richland, Washington. The show starts at 7:30 in the evening and is directed by Deb Donahoe & Peggy Painter

About the Presentation
When the wicked and powerful Sheriff of Nottingham does murder and drives good people to flee to the forests, who can they turn to for help? When the poor and powerless peasants go hungry and are hung for poaching on King John's land, who can they turn to for help? When Queen Eleanor's lady-in-waiting is endangered and the Queen coerced into giving help to her own power-hungry son, King John, who will at least keep them entertained until a solution can be undertaken? Why, none

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MOJAVE at Dessert Wind Prosser Washington's Cooking ClassOn May 14, come and be a part of an evening of culinary instructions in a small setting where you can learn tips and techniques as well as informative and in-depth look at cooking for mastering your kitchen from the MOJAVE culinary crew. Featuring Southwest-inspired cuisine with a uniquely Northwest twist MOJAVE at Desert Wind is located within the Desert Wind Winery, 2258 Wine Country Road Prosser, Washington.

Registration Details
Classes cost $70 per person, limited to 12 participants unless otherwise noted and includes class instruction and chef demo, recipes, wine and food and a small gift. Tasting portions of the food prepared, and wine pairings are also included in the registration price.

Seating is not assigned and there is no guarantee that

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Kennewick Washington, Group Health Inland Empire Century25, 50, 75, 100 Mile Bike Rides
Ride the rivers and wheat fields of Eastern Washington with this year's Group Health Inland Empire Century. Happening on May 10, the routes skirt both the Columbia and Yakima Rivers going through the parks and over the bridges and then taking the return route via the Horse Heaven Hills.

You can choose from 25 miles to more challenging 50, 75 or 100 miles tours showcasing the scenic beauty of the Lower Yakima/Columbia River valley. Get mesmerized with the river valley's vineyards, wheat fields and fruit orchards.

Details of the Tri Cities Bike Ride Routes
From Columbia Park riders will go east through Kennewick, across the Columbia to Pasco, then cross again to Richland, while other rides go on to Benton City. If you

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Tri Cities Children's Hospital Guilds “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-Off Tri Cities Wa Children's Hospital Guilds Presents “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-Off
The Three Rivers Children’s Hospital Guild is hosting the fourth annual “Some Like it Hot” Chili Cook-Off on February 1, 2014 from 6-9PM at the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Dr. in Richland.

Chillin’ for Some Chili
There will be smokin’ hot competition between the local guilds as they try to outdo each other with their own delectable versions of chili. Guild members will fill in the rest of the menu with cornbread, yummy dessert, beer from Ice Harbor Brewery, and wine from the Wine Society.

Country singer Natalie Pyle Longmeier and former Miss Tri Cities Adrienne Bousquet will provide the evening’s entertainment.

Purpose of the Cook-Off
“Some Like it Hot”

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Tri Cities Washington Family Expo 2014Tri Cities Washington Family Expo 2014
Here's something for the whole family to enjoy. Dress up as your favorite superhero and drop by the TRAC facility in Pasco on January 24-25 for the annual Tri Cities Family Expo.

As usual, there will be lots of fun stuff for the young and old alike. There will also be some new features, as the expo will be celebrating Super Families this year! Pacific Science center will be joining the fun once again, and they will be bringing Space Odyssey this time around.

Family Fun for Everyone
There will definitely be something for every age group and gender to enjoy – shopping for the moms and plenty of fun and amazing attractions for the children from Pacific Science Center. Through the Space Odyssey, kids will experience

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McNary Wildlife RefugeThe Winter Birds Event at McNary's Wildlife Refuge will be a lot of fun and very relaxing. We've enjoyed some family time at the refuge and appreciate the serenity the center offers. When the cold weather becomes to unbearable, then the warmth and hot drinks on the inside awaits you.

The Winter Birds event is at the McNary Environmental Education Center on Saturday, February 8 between 9am & 12noon. From McNary's flyer:

Discover McNary’s abundance of ducks, swans, geese and other birds of the Mid-Columbia. Blue Mountain Wildlife of Pendleton will be at McNary with live raptors. Videographer Gaylord Mink will show his wonderful wildlife films. There will be hands-on activities and nature hikes. Afterward, join the Friends of the Mid-Columbia River

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Prosser Wine & Food Fair Walter Clore Wine and Culinary CenterThis Saturday, August 9, the city of Prosser Washington will be hosting the 33rd Annual Prosser Wine and Food Fair. The festival draws close to 2500 wine lovers from all over the region for an afternoon of fine wine and food. Stroll around tasting wine from 34 Washington wineries, enjoying food put together by 15 local vendors, and trying beer from a couple local breweries as you enjoy the sounds of the local bands that will be performing.

The event will take place at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center located in 2140 Wine Country Road Prosser, WA. Things will kick off at 2:00pm and last until 8:00pm. Tickets cost $27.50 and includes admission, glass and program. Neither minors (under 21) nor pets will be permitted at the event.

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The annual Tri Cities Family Expo at the TRAC in Pasco Washington is coming up soon! This is a great place for the whole family! The event takes place Friday, January 28 from 12:00pm to 8:00pm and Saturday, January 29 from 10:00am to 6:00pm.

On both Friday and Saturday the Pacific Science Center will have their Planetarium display with an educational presentation every 30 minutes. The Family Expo will also feature live entertainment from a variety of groups and individuals such as Ronald McDonald; he will perform on Friday at 5:00pm and again on Saturday from 1:00-3:00pm. Show off your mad dance skills at the Dance Contest Saturday between 11:30-12:30. Check out the game room sponsored by Gapwest Broadcasting for a chance to win some great prizes.

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