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Three Rivers Folklife's Tumbleweed Music Festival, Howard Amon Park Richland, WashingtonThree Rivers Folklife Society has put on the Tumbleweed Music Festival every year and on August 30, 31, & September 1, 2019 the festival will be celebrating their 23rd annual festival. Bring the whole family out and enjoy some wonderful music, scrumptious food, and a walk through the park looking at what the different vendors have to display in Richland Washington's Howard Amon Park. If you are interested there will also be workshops to attend, here is a list of the workshops offered. Every year we love to take a stroll through the park listening to the various musical groups and letting the kids play. We can’t go to the festival without getting a few Philly Cheesesteak sandwiches from one of the food vendors for the family to share, they are delicious.

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50th Annual Columbia Cup Hydroplane Races On The Columbia River 2015The 2019 HAPO Columbia Cup will mark the 54th time Unlimited Hydroplanes have raced on the Columbia River. This year’s event, like the inaugural in 1966, will most likely have 12 Unlimited's in attendance. But the modern Unlimited Hydroplane has very little in common with those first boats that churned the waters of the Columbia River. The hydroplanes of today are almost more plane than hydro. They are thirty foot long; 7,000 pound wings that glide over the water with only the bare minimum of the boat making contact with the river. Powered by turbine engines capable of nearly 3,000 hp, the boats can reach straightaway speeds close to 200 miles per hour. Qualifying lap averages in the mid 160 mph range are common with the faster boats in the fleet. To put

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Tri-Cities Washington Things To DoAre you looking for something to do this weekend in the Tri-Cities Washington or in the surrounding area? Then check this out! I have put together a list of 25 things to do in the Tri-Cities Washington.

  1. Enjoy walking/running/biking an the Sacajawea Heritage Trail in Kennewick Washington.
  2. Check out the Largest open air Farmer's Market in Washington for your fresh produce purchase.
  3. History buffs will enjoy all the information presented at the Franklin County Historical Museum.
  4. Wrap up summer by enjoying the Benton Franklin County Fair and Rodeo towards the end of August.
  5. Take a tour of the Columbia River on a Jet boat ride, Columbia River Journey offers several different tours up and down the Columbia River.
  6. Test out some fine Mexican
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The Allied Arts Association is pleased to present to you the 61st Annual Art in the Park on July 29-30. Art in the Park is an annual event held each summer in Richland Washington's Howard Amon Park. This annual event is a place where the experienced and novice artists and art lovers can come together for one coming theme, ART. The show features a wide variety of art, you are guaranteed to find photos, jewelry, metal art, furniture, pottery, paintings, glass art, and much more at the Annual Arts in the Park event. Throughout the two days of Art in the Park there will be artists giving demonstrations, delicious food, music, and a shuttle service. There is no fee to attend the event. The hours for the 61st Annual Art in the Park are as follows: Friday, July

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Friends of Mid-Columbia Libraries hosts its fall Giant Book Sale Oct. 26-29 at the Kennewick library. Friends members get early access on Thursday, Oct. 26 from 4 to 6:30 pm. The cost of a Friends membership is $5 a year, and new members can sign up at the door or online! See the full schedule at midcolumbialibraries.org.

Find great deals on gently used books, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, and more! All funds raised provide valuable support for your local libraries. Debit and credit card payments are accepted.

Mid Columbia Libraries Book Sale, Tri Cities Washington

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Thanksgiving In Wine Country - Wineries Tri-Cities & Yakima Valley, WashingtonThanksgiving in Wine Country is happening this November with more than 50 Yakima Valley wineries debuting their new releases paired with Fall cuisine during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The event will run from November 27 to 29 from 10:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon.

Thanksgiving In Wine Country
There is so much to be thankful for that is why Yakima Valley wineries open their doors following Thanksgiving to celebrate the season. Come sample their finest wines and carefully selected culinary pairings! Participating wineries are offering food and wine pairings in addition to new experiences during Thanksgiving in Wine Country.

Participating wineries include: McKinley Springs, Prosser Desert Wind Winery, Prosser Coyote Canyon Winery,

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Tri-City Artists Open Studio Tour Around Greater Tri-City Region, WashingtonOn Saturday, November 14 and Sunday, November 15 you are all invited to the 11th Annual Tri-City Artists Open Studio Tour. This tour is a self guided driving tour to visit 11 artists in 11 studios located around the greater Tri-City region.

11th Annual Tri-City Artists Open Studio Tour
The Open Studio Tour began in 2004 as a grass roots effort by several artists. As most of these individuals were full time working artists, they also wanted an opportunity to open their studios and show their art to the public. They are an independent group of artists who’ve come together to raise public awareness concerning the quality of art being created in the Tri-City area.

Event Details
Thet will start at 11:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon on

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27th Annual Mid Columbia Duck Race In Kennewick, WashingtonFor over 27 years six local Rotary groups including the Rotary Clubs of Columbia Center, Columbia Valley Daybreak, Pasco-Kennewick, Richland, Richland Riverside and Tri-Cities Sunrise. Over $2 million has been raised in the 27 years since the duck race's inception have come together. This year the kick off for the Mid-Columbia Duck race will be held on Saturday, October 10 at Columbia Park in Kennewick (by the bandshell and Lampson Pits) from 10:00 in the morning until 1:00 in the afternoon.

More about the Event
The Mid Columbia Duck Race fundraiser has been going on for the past 27 years. During those 27 years the local Rotary groups have raised money used to support local human service organizations and projects.

You must be 18 years or older to

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer At Columbia Park Kennewick WashingtonOn Saturday, October 17 the American Cancer Society (ACS) is hosting Making Strides Against Breast Cancer a Walk for a Cause event to honor breast cancer survivors and raises awareness about the disease. There will be three categories you can opt to join: 1 mile, 5K and 10K walk. 

About the Event
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the Society’s leading event to raise awareness and funding to fight breast cancer. It is the nation’s biggest non-governmental breast cancer research supporter. The journey to end breast cancer begins with a single step. Join and save lives.

The American Cancer Society
ACS has been saving lives for more than a century and they vow to continue doing so until they finish the fight. Find out how ACS is putting your

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Brushes And A Bottle At Market Vineyards In Richland, WashingtonThis coming Sunday, September 30 everyone is invited to Brushes and a Bottle, an art event that you experience with a couple of your friends or more. This is happening at Market Vineyards 1950 Keene Road in Richland, Washington at 6:00 in the evening.

More about the Event
You will receive step-by-step instruction during the class and will be able to take home your custom work of art at the end of the night. Wines and small plates will be available to purchase throughout the evening.

What's great about this event is that you don’t need to have a background in painting. All you have to do is grab your friends, enjoy a delectable glass of wine, make sure you tuck your creativity under your belt, and your instructor will take care of the rest.

Brushes

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