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There will be a seven hour tour at the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center in Richland on Saturday, August 30 from 8:00 in the morning until 3:00 in the afternoon that will enlighten participants and give them an idea of what it takes to get their food on the table.

Details of the Event
Admission fee is $60.00 per person with beverages, lunch, tour guide, and bus included. Get a chance to visit to various farms and talk to the farmers that grow apples, corn, beans, onions, and wheat. Confirmation is required before August 22.

For more information you may call Hanford Reach Interpretive Center at 509-943-4100 or go to http://www.visitthereach.org/tours.html

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Emerald of Siam Presents The Dan Myers Musical Mystery Tour in Richland WashingtonMark your calendars, and plan the week right! on Friday, June 6 the Emerald of Siam proudly presents the Dan Myers Musical Mystery Tour. Here's your chance for a ride on the Dan Myers Musical Mystery Tour.

There'll be guitars, ethnic wooden flutes, keyboard, and personally-recorded environmental clips, but how they come together is what makes each show unique. Trance-like or transformational it is up to you to decide.

Dan Myers Musical Mystery Tour
Dan Myers combines guitar, percussion and aboriginal wind instruments in a looping, swirling cascade of musical mystery. Guitars, ethnic wooden flutes, keyboard, nature sounds and more surprises like the sansula and metal tongue drum work together in a exceptional and unique musical journey created…

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Fourth Friday LIGO Hanford Observatory Tours, Richland WaEverybody is welcome to join the public drop-in tours being offered by LIGO Hanford Observatory every fourth Friday of the month. The tours last about two hours, from 3 to 5PM. This month, the fourth Friday tour will fall on April 25.

Tour Inclusions
As most probably know, LIGO is a facility where everyone can observe gravitational waves of cosmic origin. According to LIGO’s website, LIGO “searches for gravitational waves created in the supernova collapse of stellar cores to form neutron stars or black holes, the collisions and coalescences of neutron stars or black holes, the wobbly rotation of neutron stars with deformed crusts and the remnants of gravitational radiation created by the birth of the universe.”

The public drop-in tours offered by…

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Second Saturday Public Tours at LIGO Hanford in Richland, WaDon’t forget to reserve the second Saturday of each month for the public observatory tours at LIGO Hanford. All ages are welcome, so it’s something the whole family can enjoy during weekends.

Inclusions of the Tour
The public tour gives tourists a chance to see one of two gravitational wave observatories in the United States up close and personal. Your LIGO host and tour guide will provide a presentation detailing LIGO’s research and will conduct a walking tour of the Observatory. The tour will also include a visit to the control room. Hence, everyone is advised to wear comfortable shoes. LIGO’s facilities are wheelchair accessible, so nobody gets left behind.

Tour Schedules
As mentioned earlier, this tour happens every second Saturday of each…

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Coast Guard Station Open House in Kennewick, WaThe United States Coast Guard has safeguarded the Nation’s maritime interests in the heartland, in the ports, at sea, and around the globe. According to the USCG’s website, their mission is to “protect the maritime economy and the environment… defend maritime borders… save those in peril”. As America’s Maritime Guardian, they are ALWAYS READY for all hazards and all threats.

Coast Guard Station Open House
You can show your appreciation and support of the USCG by dropping by the Coast Guard Station for the 2nd Annual USCG Open House on April 5, from 10AM to 2PM. Admission is free.

The open house will include tours of the USCG’s vessels and facilities. You’ll have the chance to interact with local law enforcement agencies, particularly from the fire…

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LIGO Hanford Observatory Fourth-Friday Tours in Richland, WaEvery fourth Friday of the month, the LIGO Hanford Observatory in Richland offers public drop-in tours, which gives people a chance to observe and take an excellent look at their facility.

Tour Groups
You can actually form your own tour group of 15 participants and get in touch with LIGO to find out how your group can schedule a private tour, either during weekdays or in the evening.

LIGO provides regular tours for community groups, astronomy clubs, professional societies, and others. Tours normally last about two hours only, so you won’t get bored at all.

Middle school age students (and above) are encouraged to take advantage of the tours, but both young and old are welcome to tour the facility.

Tour Schedule
Schedule for drop-in tours is…

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Richland, Wa’s LIGO Hanford Second Saturday Public ToursGo on an educational tour with the whole family through LIGO Hanford’s Observatory Tours.

LIGO Hanford offers public drop-in tours at 1:30PM every second Saturday of the month, and this month, that will fall on March 8.

LIGO Tours
Get a chance to tour one of two gravitational wave observatories in the United States. During the tour, your LIGO host will provide a presentation detailing LIGO’s research. He will also conduct a walking tour of the Observatory and give tourists a chance to visit the control room.

Since plenty of walking will be done, it is recommended that tourists wear comfortable shoes. LIGO’s facilities are also wheelchair accessible, so even differently abled individuals can enjoy the tour.

Admission is free, so if you want more…

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LIGO Hanford Observatory Public Tours for All AgesAre you a lover of astronomy? Then a trip to the LIGO Hanford Observatory should be included in your list of to-dos.

LIGO Hanford Observatory
LIGO is the acronym for Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, which aims to observe gravitational waves of cosmic origin. As the LIGO website states, “LIGO searches for gravitational waves created in the supernova collapse of stellar cores to form neutron stars or black holes, the collisions and coalescences of neutron stars or black holes, the wobbly rotation of neutron stars with deformed crusts and the remnants of gravitational radiation created by the birth of the universe”.

Tour Schedules
They offer public tours every second Saturday and fourth Friday of each month, and for February, the…

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During the month of May local photographer John Clement has announced that he will be taking fellow photographers out with him to some of his favorite spots around the region. This would be great for those who are just starting out in the art of photography, wanting to learn something new, or those who just enjoy going out and capturing some of the beautiful scenery surrounding the Tri Cities Washington area. Travel with John on one, two, three or four day shoots to his favorite places here in Eastern Washington. Areas to be explored include the Columbia Gorge and its spectacular vistas and flowers. The Palouse and its green velvet hills, the Snake and Grande Rhode Rivers in all of their spring glory! Included will be your transportation, hands on…

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If you are thinking about going to to WSU Tri Cities in the fall then head over to the Richland Washington campus March 25 for an in-depth tour. The Discover WSU Tri Cities Tour informs prospective students and their parents about the academic programs available, meetings with professors, a campus tour and a panel discussion with current WSU Tri Cities students. The tour begins at 1:00pm inside the main entrance of campus.

To register for the Discover WSU Tri Cities Tour visit the WSU Tri Cities website then click 'visit', call the administration office at 509-372-7250 or send the admin office an email.

Applications are currently being accepted for the Summer 2011, Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 semesters for incoming freshman, transfer, and graduate…

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