Found 19 blog entries tagged as tours.

Mid-Century Modern House Tour In Richland, WashingtonOn Saturday, May 2 come to the Mid-Century Modern House Tour starting at Leslie Groves Park at Newcomer Street Entrance located at the East end of Newcomer Street Richland , Washington. Tour will be from 10:00 in the morning until 12:00 noon. Admission is free.

About the Tour
While many people are familiar with Richland's alphabet houses, fewer people realize that the city is also home to a significant number of mid-century modern houses. This volunteer-led walk will wander through north Richland looking at some of the more interesting examples of this international style. Approximately 3 miles.

For more details you may call 509-942-7529 or go to


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Dig It Event At Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site South of Kennewick, WashingtonThis coming Saturday, April 18 from noon ti 3:00 in the afternoon come to the Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site, located south of Kennewick, Washington for the "Dig It Event".

Details of the 2015 Dig It Event
The opening of the 2015 dig season at Coyote Canyon Mammoth Site - Tours is a fun and exciting event for the whole family! There will be tours at noon, 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.

RSVP to for directions and to reserve your spot on a tour.

Ice Harbor is sponsoring MCBONES this year and is selling a custom Ice Harbor Mammoth Brew growler for $10 or filled with Mammoth Brew for $22.50 (must be 21 or older). Root beer will also be available.

The Mid-Columbia Basin Old Natural Education Sciences (MCBONES) Research Center Foundation…

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U.S. Coast Guard Open House Clover Island Kennewick, WashingtonCheck out the U.S. Coast Guard Open House on Saturday, April 11 at the Clover Island Coast Guard Station, 434 Clover Island Drive Kennewick, Washington from 10:00 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon.

More about the Open House
Come take part in the 3rd Annual USCG Open House, including tours of our vessels and facilities. The general public is invited to interact with local law enforcement agencies, fire department and military branches. Enjoy demonstrations, games, and a hot dog cookout with refreshments.

Admission is free! 

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Othello Sandhill Crane Festival In Othello, WashingtonFrom March 27 to 29, come and experience the amazing beauty of the natural world in this year's Othello Sandhill Crane Festival.

About the Event
Be a part of this special event and the return of Sandhill cranes to the Channeled Scablands. This three-day community event features a variety of activities, from wildlife tours and lectures on the area’s natural and cultural heritage to an art contest and children’s activities. An admission fee is charged. Please see the schedule on the official website.

With general admission into the Festival on Saturday, you may attend free lectures which are repeated throughout the day. The Festival has many tours for crane viewing along with specialty tours. Specialty tours include Potholes Reservoir Boat Birding…

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National Wildlife Refuge Week 2014 In Richland, WashingtonFrom Tuesday, October 14 until Friday, October 17 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife is teaming with the Reach Center located at 1943 Columbia Park Trail in Richland, for the National Wildlife Refuge Week 2014 featuring the Hanford Reach National Monument.

Details of the Event
Professional photographer John Clement will lead a field trip to photograph the fall landscapes of the monument. Classes will on Tuesday, October 14 from 6 to 8 in the evening while the field trip will be on Friday, October 17 from 7 in the morning until 12 noon . Admission fee is $45.

To register click here,

There will also be a kayak tour from the Vernita Bridge rest area to the White Bluffs boat launch on the Columbia River on Thursday, October 16…

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Annual Pioneer Fall Festival At The City Of Waitsburg WashingtonLocated one hour from the Tri-Cities on the way to Dayton, the City of Waitsburg will be having their annual Pioneer Fall Festival on Sunday, September 21 starting 11:00 in the morning with a nondenominational church service at the museum, followed by introduction of the Pioneer of the Year.

Details of the Pioneer Fall Festival
After the church service the grounds are open for pioneer demonstrations and museum tours including Waitsburg's historic downtown, churches, school buildings, and homes like the famous Bruce Mansion on Main Street. Guests can also check out arts/crafts booths, learn how to churn butter, cook with cast iron, sew a wheat sack and hand dip candles. Of course you shouldn’t miss their homemade pie and cookies too!

There will be a…

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Hanford Reach Interpretive Center Everyone is invited on Saturday, September 13 at the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center for the "Hops to Bottle" tours from 10:00 in the morning until 4:00 in the afternoon.

About "Hops to Bottle"
The event puts beer into contest as participants will be touring hop yards (fields), check out hop drying plant, and Yakima Chief where they transform hops to pellets/oils. Plus, everyone will be visiting a couple of brewery stops to learn about beer making. Included in the your are: beverages, bus, tour guide, tastings and lunch.Admission fee is $65.00.


For more information please call 509-943-4100 or go to

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Hanford Reach Interpretive Center Tour's Chasing the Ice Age Floods Richland WashingtonOn May 29, the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center, the preeminent showcase for advancing our understanding of the forces of man and nature that have shaped the Pacific Northwest, from the Ice Age Floods to the Manhattan Project and beyond located at 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland will have an 8 hour tour will that will trace the Missoula Floods and the lake bed of ancient Lake Lewis.

All About “Chasing the Ice Age Floods”
Experience for yourself the Ice Age Floods by land and by river. The tour will start at the Columbia River on board Columbia River Journey's jet boat through Wallula Gap. From the boat a tour of McNary Dam takes place. The next destination is at the River Grill where guests will have lunch and finally to the Sage Center.

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The Sandhill Crane Festival, Othello, WashingtonThe Othello Sandhill Crane Festival started in 1998. The Greater Othello Chamber of Commerce and the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service) sponsors this annual festival. Through the collective efforts of committee members, the festival is carefully planned, organized and conducted. The Sandhill Crane Festival Committee includes Grant Conservation District staff, Othello citizens, and residents from the neighboring Columbia Basin communities of Ephrata, Moses Lake, and Royal City.

The Othello Sandhill Crane Festival
During the festival, which will happen on March 28-30, there will be different tours for crane viewing along with specialty tours that included a wildlife tour of the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge/Potholes…

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