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Flash Fiction Presented by Carlos Orozco | Mid-Columbia Reads | Washington State University in Richland, WA Flash Fiction presented by Carlos Orozco will be held on October 26, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. This is a Mid-Columbia Reads presentation that will take place at the Washington State University Tri-Cities, located at 2710 Crimson Way, Richland, WA. For more details, please visit the Flash Fiction page at the Mid-Columbia Libraries' website.

About the Flash Fiction by Carlos Orozco
The Flash Fiction event is a special writing workshop to be headed by Carlos Orozco, an established local author who will share his talent with the participants, through an entertaining and comprehensive way. Flash Fiction is a part of the Mid-Columbia Reads program, which is a month-long literature festivity that centers on written and spoken word. Don't miss the

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Washington State University Tri-Cities Presents Black History Month Pasco, WashingtonOn Tuesday, February 17 Washington State University presents Black History Month Pannel Discussion at the WSU Tri-Cities East Building Auditorium, 1320 W. Hopkins St. Pasco, Washington.

More about the Event
It is a day to remember as there will be a story telling time to elementary age students featuring a historical figure.

FOCUSED ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS (STEM) MONTH OF EVENTS

  • Kick-off Reception Thursday, February 5, 2015 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. WSU Tri-Cities Art Gallery
  • Youth Story Time Saturday, February 14, 201511:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m. Pasco Public Library, 1320 W. Hopkins St.
  • Panel Discussion Tuesday, February 17, 2015 6:00 p.m. WSU Tri-Cities East Building Auditorium
  • Youth Story Time and Closing Reception
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Shop And Share Showcase At Hamilton Cellars Benton City, WashingtonOn Saturday, January 17 from 11:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon come and join Shop and Share Showcase happening at Hamilton Cellars 55410 N. Sunset Road Benton City, Washington. Admission is free!

Details of the Shop & Share Showcase
Stop by and enjoy free tastings for the weekend January 17 to 19. Donate to the Washington State University Wine Science Center and you will receive 25% off your bottle wine purchase. What are you waiting for mark your calendars and invite your friends to the event.

For more details you may call 509-628-8227 or go to http://www.hamiltoncellars.com/

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Well, it's about time! We have 5 children and have spent too much time commuting to North Richland for WSU and North Richland grade schools. We've decided to put our 3500 sq ft house on the market starting at $500,000. Many, many upgrades can be read here. Pictures of this home and river views can be seen here...

Columbia river property

Columbia river front home

Columbia river water front home

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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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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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Washington State University Tri Cities is holding their annual Career Fair March 22 at their Richland campus. The Career Fair will be held from 12:30-4:30 in the Consolidated Information Center (CIC).  If you have just graduated, are in the process of changing jobs, or a college student looking for a summer internship then this is the perfect opportunity for you! At the Career Fair you will be able to meet with employers about job openings, internships, volunteer opportunities, and connect with potential employers.

Employers will have the chance to meet with over 1,500 students, alumni and community members who are looking for employment in the Tri Cities Washington Area. On site interview rooms will be made available to employers to conduct

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On Saturday, December 11, the Washington State University Alumni Association will hold their Annual Tri Cities Cougar Gold and Mistletoe event at Gordon Brothers Cellars. This year Cougar Gold and Mistletoe will take place one day only and that day will be December 11 from 12:00pm – 6:00pm. The Cougar Gold and Mistletoe event features a variety of things to do such as wine tasting and Cougar Cheese sampling. There will also be WSU merchandise on sale during the event. Cougar Gold and Mistletoe is a great way to get all your holiday shopping for the wine lovers and Cougar fans in your life!

To register for Cougar Gold and Mistletoe event visit the WSU Alumni Connections website by December 3 or pay at the door. For those who are members of the WSU

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