March 11, 2017
Published: March 11, 2017

Here are some things to do around the Tri-Cities region the week of March 13-19, 2017:
  • Women's History Movie: Suffragette - March 14
  • Presentation: The Longest Journey - March 14
  • CBC Choir & Orchestra Concert - March 14
  • Tri-City Americans Games - March 14, 17 & 19
  • Legacies of the Manhattan Project Conference - March 15-18
  • Tri-City Cancer Center Breakfast Fundraiser - March 16
  • Beer Choir: Atomic Chapter St. Paddy's Eve! - March 16
  • Presentation: Hollywood and the Homefront: Tinsel Town’s Contribution to WWII - March 16
  • CBC Jazz Night Concert - March 16
  • 2017 Women's Conference - "There Goes My Cell Phone!" - March 17 & 18
  • Mid-Columbia Ballet: Spring Mixed Repertory - March 17 & 18
  • Chiawana Stage Company: J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" - March 17 & 18
  • Southridge High School Theatre: Little Shop of Horrors - March 17 & 18
  • The Richland Players: Calendar Girls! - March 17 & 18
  • Custer's Spring Arts & Craft Show - March 17-19
  • Pooch & Pal Fun Run - March 18
  • Annual Chick Day & Petting Zoo - March 18
  • Spring Seed Swap - March 18
  • Sensory Friendly Ballet Performance: Little Red Riding Hood - March 18
  • Leprechaun Limbo 2017: Mother Son Night Out - March 18
  • TRIFI International Film Festival: Scary Saturday - March 18
  • Brandon Heath Concert - March 18
  • Barn Dance - March 18
  • 3 Rivers Folklife Concert: Dan Maher and Bigger Boat - March 18
  • Annual Artistry in Wood Juried Show and Sale - March 18 & 19
  • Kennewick REI Classes & Events
  • Art & Other Exhibits
  • Bechtel National Planetarium Shows
  • Gesa Carousel of Dreams
  • LIGO Public Tours
  • The REACH Museum
  • Nightlife Music
  • Tri-Cities Washington Guide Website
  • Submit Your Community Event

Women's History Movie: Suffragette - March 14

Richland Public Library, 955 Northgate Dr. in Richland
Starts at 6:30 p.m.
Free to attend

The movie "Suffragette" will be shown in the Gallery as part of a three week series celebrating Women's History Month.

An Irish immigrant lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she quickly falls into a romance with a local. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within. Rated PG-13.

This series is hosted by the American Association of University Women.

Presentation: The Longest Journey - March 14

Benton PUD Auditorium, 2721 W 10th Ave. in Kennewick
From 6:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Free to attend - Hosted by the Ice Age Floods Institute - Lake Lewis Chapter

"In the fall of 1902, a Welch farmer happened upon one odd rock perched on a slope above the Willamette River.  It turned out to be a meteorite, and the slow unfolding of its story revealed links to Northwest mining, museum politics, Ice Age floods, human nature, and the deep history of the universe."

Join us as Spokane-based teacher and naturalist Jack Nisbet presents the story of the Willamette Meteorite, perhaps the most exotic erratic of them all. Nisbet is the author of several books that explore the human and natural history of the Northwest, including biographies of mapmaker David Thompson and naturalist David Douglas. Nisbet's most recent book, Ancient Places, is a cycle of stories about people and phenomena that helped to shape the landscape our region.  The Ice Age floods play a key role in several of these essays.

CBC Choir & Orchestra Concert - March 14

Columbia Basin College Theater, 2600 N 20th Ave. in Pasco
Starts at 7 p.m.
Free to attend

The CBC Concert Choir and DeserTones Chamber Choir, directed by Dave Cazier, have been a traditional mark of excellence at CBC for many years. They will pack this concert full of a variety of choral styles, highlighting some of Cazier’s own choral compositions.

The CBC Orchestra, under the direction of Bruce Walker, will present its winter program entitled “Winter Weddings” featuring music by Barsanti, Pachabel, and Gillet. Special guest vocalist Steven Slusher will perform Ennio Morricone’s gorgeous love theme from “Cinema Paradiso”.

Tri-City Americans Games - March 14, 17 & 19

Toyota Center in Kennewick
Game starts at 7:05 p.m. om March 14 & 17

Game starts at 5:05 p.m. on March 19
Tickets: $20 adults 20+, $18 seniors 62+, $11 teen 10-19 yr, $9 youth 3-9 yr

Cheer on the Tri-City Americans as they will be competing against the Portland Winterhawks on March 14, the Spokane Chiefs on March 17, and the Everett Silvertips on March 19.

The game on Sunday is the last game of the season.

Legacies of the Manhattan Project Conference - March 15-18

Red Lion Hotel Richland Hanford House, 802 George Washington Way in Richland
Full conference registration: $250, $150 students/seniors/spouses - single day conference $125 for Thursday or Friday

Join us for Legacies of the Manhattan Project conference, March 15-18, 2017. The Manhattan Project was, arguably, the defining event of the twentieth century. More even than the Second World War itself, the Manhattan Project and its Cold War legacy altered the course of world history. For decades shrouded in secrecy and nourished by fear, we are only now—some seventy-five years on—beginning to understand the full effects of that event and its complex aftermath.

In addition to the conference program, we will conduct a tour to the dedication of the White Bluffs Bank historic site, B Reactor, and Hanford High School. (This tour is optional and open to all conference attendees.)

We will also have several events open to the public, including a reception Wednesday evening and a banquet Friday evening.
As part of the conference, the REACH Museum will host on Saturday the screening of Command and Control by author and filmmaker Eric Schlosser. There will be a social hour from 6-7 p.m. and the movie from 7-9 p.m. Suggested donation of $15 for walk-ins and no charge for conference attendees.
Info & Registration:

Tri-City Cancer Center Breakfast Fundraiser - March 16

Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick
From 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

Our annual Fundraising Breakfast is held each spring to educate the community on the progress of the Cancer Center and to raise funds in support of cancer patients and their families. The morning event includes patient testimonials, a video presentation, reports from the CEO and Foundation Board, and a delicious breakfast. This event is generously sponsored by Mission Support Alliance (MSA). Last year together we raised over $100,000 at the event. We thank all of those in attendance!!!

There is no cost to attend the fundraising breakfast, the hope is that you will join in financially supporting our community Cancer Center. For more information, please contact Lori Lott, Special Events Coordinator, at (509) 737-3373 or at

Beer Choir: Atomic Chapter St. Paddy's Eve! - March 16

Paper Street Brewing Company, 701 The Parkway in Richland
Starts at 6:30 p.m.
Free to participate

Hosted by Mid-Columbia Mastersingers-
Sing! Drink Beer! Join us on the Eve of one of Beer Choir's most revered holidays, St. Patrick's Day, and get your party weekend started off right!

We will provide the Beer Choir Hymnal and will have a grand time in the ancient tradition of people singing while drinking beer. Stay for as little or as long as you'd like.

Haven't been to a Beer Choir Atomic Chapter meeting for a while? We are always adding some NEW SONGS and new interpretations to old ones! In honor of Ireland's annual special celebration of Saint Patrick, we'll be breaking out all of our favorite Irish tunes.

Paper Street Brewing Company carries six rotating taps, a hard cider in a can, and a few wine options (Yes, it IS possible to participate in Beer Choir without drinking beer)

Presentation: Hollywood and the Homefront: Tinsel Town’s Contribution to WWII - March 16

Mid-Columbia Library, 1620 S Union St. in Kennewick
Starts at 7 p.m.
Free to attend

A presentation by John Jensen -
During World War II, the War Department realized the importance of not only keeping up the morale of America’s fighting forces abroad, but the morale of those at home. The result was an unprecedented push by Hollywood to contribute morale-building war dramas, troop entertainment, and training films to the war effort. Special radio programs, documentary films, and live performances told Americans at home that they too could serve in the defense of their country by purchasing war bonds, participating in scrap drives, planting Victory Gardens, and volunteering.

Experience the still-powerful images, radio, and film that emerged from this dramatic time in American history. Audio historian and former broadcaster John Jensen shares rarely known stories and anecdotes from Hollywood’s war effort, and shows examples of wartime propaganda through various media that was used to educate, inform and sway American public opinion.

CBC Jazz Night Concert - March 16

Columbia Basin College Theater, 2600 N 20th Ave. in Pasco
Starts at 7 p.m.
Free to attend

Come enjoy an evening of both modern and traditional jazz music with Columbia Basin College’s nationally acclaimed jazz ensembles. CBC’s Jazz Band and vocal jazz group, FreeForm, will share their exciting mix of instrumental and vocal jazz, featuring student soloists and ensemble harmonies. Come early, get a good seat, and enjoy the jazz combo as they play exciting pre-show music.

2017 Women's Conference - "There Goes My Cell Phone!" - March 17 & 18

West Side Church, 615 Wright Ave. in Richland
Begins Friday at 5:30 p.m. and runs until 4 p.m. on Saturday
Admission: $45

Our spring Women's Conference is almost here. Dr. Jodi Detrick, our special speaker for the conference. She is an adjunct professor at Northwest University, a certified personal leadership coach, and the author of "The Jesus-Hearted Woman: 10 Leadership Qualities for Enduring & Endearing Influence."

There are lots of breakout sessions for you to choose from so please register today! We also have childcare available.
Info & Registration:

Mid-Columbia Ballet: Spring Mixed Repertory - March 17 & 18

Richland High School Auditorium, 930 Long Ave. in Richland
Friday at 7 p.m.
Saturday at 3 p.m.
Tickets: $20 adults, $10 children/students/seniors

Spring Mixed Repertory; Including Swan Lake Act II, Little Red Riding Hood, and More...

Join Mid-Columbia Ballet and get lost by a lake, challenge evil with good, and enjoy the best cutting edge contemporary ballet in the region!
Info & Tickets:

Chiawana Stage Company: J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit" - March 17 & 18

Chiawana High School, 8125 W. Argent Rd in Pasco
Starts at 7 p.m.
Admission: $12 at the door

The Chiawana Stage Company presents J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit." Bilbo, one of the most conservative of all Hobbits, is asked to leave his large, roomy and very dry home in the ground in order to set off as chief robber in an attempt to recover an important treasure. It's the last thing that any sensitive Hobbit would want to do, but great benefit eventually results—not only for Bilbo but for all of the Hobbits who inhabit Middle Earth.

Southridge High School Theatre: Little Shop of Horrors - March 17 & 18

Southridge High School, 3320 S UNION Loop in Kennewick
Starts at 7 p.m.
Admission: $10 adults, $6 students/seniors

Southridge High School Theatre Arts and Choir departments proudly present our production of "Little Shop of Horrors." Come witness the story of Seymour, Audrey, and the residents of Skid Row as they come face to face with the terrifying threat of an extra-terrestrial, carnivorous plant they call "Audrey II". Note: this performance is Rated PG.

The Richland Players: Calendar Girls! - March 17 & 18

The Richland Players Theater, 608 The Parkway in Richland
Starts at 8 p.m.
Tickets: $15 adults, $12 students/military/seniors

The Richland Players are producing their own fundraising calendar featuring the cast in true Calendar Girl style. 

When Annie's husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow WI members to pose nude with them for an "alternative" calendar - with a little help from hospital porter and amateur photographer Lawrence.

The news of the women's charitable venture spreads like wildfire, and hordes of press soon descend on the small village of Knapeley in the Yorkshire Dales. The calendar is a success, but Chris and Annie's friendship is put to the test under the strain of their new-found fame. Based on the true story.
Future dates: March 24, 25, & April 1 at 8:00 p.m. and March 26 & April 2 at 2:00 p.m.
Info & Tickets:

Custer's Spring Arts & Craft Show - March 17-19

TRAC Center, 6600 Burden Blvd. in Pasco
Friday from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission: Adults $7.00 - Good all Weekend, Kids 12 and under Free, and Free Parking

150 of the finest Artists and Crafters from across the U.S. filling the TRAC with unique hand crafted items! All artists represent their own work!

Hand Blown Glass, Beaded Jewelry, Watercolors, Quilted Wall Hangings, Hand Thrown Pottery, Whimsical Painted Furniture, Metal Sculpture, Fabric Santas, Photography, Woodworking, Candles, Felted Hats and much, much more!

Specialty and gourmet foods including huckleberry products, vinegars and mustards, wheat berry chili, jams and fudge. Many of these items will be available to sample!

Pooch & Pal Fun Run - March 18

Columbia Point Marina in Richland
Starts at 9 a.m.
Cost: $20

Pet OverPopulation Prevention (POPP) is hosting their 17th annual Pooch and Pal Fun Run (or walk!).

This is the 17th year in a row that animal lovers, runners, and animal-loving runners from all over the greater Tri-Cities are invited to sign up to run or walk a 5k or 1 mile course. Kids, strollers, and friendly dogs are all welcome on the course! As in previous years, we're encouraging participants to dress themselves and their pooches in costume.

This year's event has a western theme. Individuals are encouraged to sign up ahead of time, but they can also sign up the morning of the event. Like always, POPP provides coffee and our community's very own Spudnuts to help fuel our runners.
Info & Registration:

Annual Chick Day & Petting Zoo - March 18

Basin Feed & Supply, 9200 W Clearwater Ave. in Kennewick
From 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Free to attend

Kennewick Basin Feed is doing their annual Chick Day on March 18th this year. Please bring all your family and friends for cute little cuddly Baby Chicks, Ducks and Turkeys. We will also have a Petting Zoo from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., but our doors will open at 8 a.m.

Spring Seed Swap - March 18

The REACH Museum, 1943 Columbia Park Trail in Richland
From 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Admission: $8 adults, $6 seniors, military and students, 5 and under are free. Reach members are free.

The REACH Museum and our partner, Ben Franklin Transit,  is presenting the "Spring Seed Swap" at the REACH Museum on March 18th. There will be activities and crafts for the whole family.  Spring is on its way, so it’s time to get your garden started. Bring your extra seeds to share, and take home some new ones to try. Help the REACH and the Native Plant Society prepare our Education Garden and the NW Animal Trail for spring and learn what grows well in Washington.

Sensory Friendly Ballet Performance: Little Red Riding Hood - March 18

Richland High School Auditorium, 930 Long Ave. in Richland
Starts at noon
No cost for tickets. Registration required by emailing

Mid-Columbia Ballet will turn up the lights, lower the music, and invite one and all to a special sensory friendly performance of Little Red Riding Hood. This 20 minute relaxed performance has been created especially to serve families with children who have special needs such as autism spectrum disorder or related disorders. RSVP - please provide the age and special need of your child and the number of guests in your party.

Leprechaun Limbo 2017: Mother Son Night Out - March 18

Southridge Sports & Events Complex, 2901 Southridge Blvd. in Kennewick
From 5 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Tickets: Mother/Son Couple Ticket $55, Extra Son Ticket $25 (plus fees)

Leprechaun Limbo is Tri-City Washington's official Mother Son Night Out!

Not only do we have dancing but we also have a carnival like atmosphere for you and your son(s) to choose fun activities and games from our amazing sponsors throughout the night. Your ticket will also allow you to ride the Gesa Carousel of Dreams as much as your heart desires.

Each ticket includes dancing, games, pizza dinner from Papa Johns, beverages by Swire, dessert by Frost Me Sweet and more. Don't forget to sport as much green as you can handle this is by no means a formal event.

Our 2017 charity is YMCA of Tri-Cities. Make sure to bring some cash for the $1 raffle tickets and our NEW "Treasure Check" area where you can leave your coats and goodies while you have fun all night.

Coffee provided by Lil Firehouse Coffee, WE Ice, and pictures packages available from Kim Fetrow Photography for an additional fee.

TRIFI International Film Festival: Scary Saturday - March 18

Confluent Space, 285 Williams Blvd. in Richland
From 6 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Cost: $5 - Anyone dressed in costume gets in FREE

Do you wish RadCon was a year-round event? Can't wait for next Halloween so you can dress up?

Then get your fright on by joining the Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TRIFI) for a night of short, independent Horror films from around the globe at Confluent Space in Richland.

Films scheduled to be shown include the latest short offerings from John and Sarah Fitzpatrick's, Scary Endings series, and from internationally acclaimed Indie Horror director, Patrick Rea's, Grave Danger.

Brandon Heath Concert - March 18

South Hills Church, 3700 West 27th Ave. in Kennewick
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased in advance online for just $12. Tickets will cost $20 at the door.

Brandon Heath will be performing in concert in the worship center of the South Hills Church in Kennewick. Brandon Heath, a Nashville native, is an established storyteller with a lengthy list of achievements. Heath has received five Grammy nominations, won an Emmy Award, and was BMI's songwriter of the year for 2014. His three previous albums have landed in the top ten, and he's scored four No. 1 hit singles with "Give Me Your Eyes" going platinum in RIAA Digital Sales in 2016.
About Brandon Heath:
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Barn Dance - March 18

Tucannon Cellars, 40504 N Demoss Rd in Benton City
From 6 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $10 if you purchase in advance, $15 at the door - Includes wine tasting!

Tucannon Cellars invites you to get rowdy at our first ever Barn Dance. Since we're new to this too, we will be having some instructors from a local non-profit helping us out along the way. The first hour will be a training session where we learn the moves and call outs, the second hour will be an all out barn dance!

3 Rivers Folklife Concert: Dan Maher and Bigger Boat - March 18

Community Unitarian Universalist Church, 2819 W. Sylvester St. in Pasco
Starts at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $14, $12 seniors and students - in advance at The Bookworm and Octopus' Garden, or at the door.

Dan Maher and Bigger Boat will be the guest performers at the monthly 3 Rivers Folklife Concert. Dan Maher, a local performer, is host of the weekly three-hour folk music radio show, Inland Folk, which is approaching its 31st year on the air.

Bigger Boat is a cappella group from Moscow Idaho that sings sea shanties and maritime songs.
About Dan Maher:
About Bigger Boat:

Annual Artistry in Wood Juried Show and Sale - March 18 & 19

Tri-Tech Skills Center, 5929 West Metaline Ave. in Kennewick
Saturday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission: $3.00, Children 12 and under FREE.

Welcome to the Tri-Cities Wood Carvers Association Annual Juried Exhibit and Sale!

Thanks to you, our exhibitors, we continue to improve and expand our show and awards. In addition to providing a forum for carvers to compete, this show is the primary support for our annual Wood Carvers' Rendezvous, a non-competitive, non-commercial gathering of wood carvers.

Breakfast and lunch will be available for purchase Saturday and Sunday - prepared by the Tri-Tech Culinary Arts Students.

Kennewick REI Classes & Events

Kennewick REI, 129 N Ely St. in Kennewick
Typically from 7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Free - must register online

REI in Kennewick offers weekly outdoor related classes that are free to attend. Class sizes are limited.

Here are some of their upcoming events:

  • Trail Running Basics - March 15 
  • Map & Compass Navigation Basics Class - March 16 
  • Garage Sale - March 18 
  • Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail with Tami Asars - March 21 
  • Hands-On Bike Maintenance - Trail / Roadside Repair - March 22 
  • Outdoor Photography Basics - Point & Shoot - March 29

Art & Other Exhibits 

Black & White through March 24
89 Lee Blvd. in Richland
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public

Prints by Mary Dryburgh/Porcelain by Ruth Allan is an exhibition by two eastern Washington artists and educators. Ms. Dryburgh and Ms. Allan have known each other for 20 years and this show is a reflection of their long involvement in producing art in their respective media. Their shared themes and characteristics result in a diverse but unified collection.

Faculty Art Exhibit through March 23
Esvelt Gallery at Columbia Basin College in Pasco
Hours: Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. and from 8 a.m. until noon on Friday
Free admission

You are invited to view the annual Art Faculty Exhibition, featuring new work created by the Columbia Basin College Art faculty.

The exhibition is diverse in media, style, content, and technique. It includes painting, photography, collage, drawing, sculpture, and ceramics presented by the following faculty members: Tracy Walker, Rachel Smith, Cozette Philips, James Craig, Mary Dryburgh, Ted Neth, Howard Barlow, Randal Jones, Kaleigh Lang, and Eric Demattos.

Art & Music Festivals - Performing & Visual Art
For more information about non-profit performing & visual art associations and organizations in the Tri-Cities region, visit:

Exhibits at The REACH Museum
1943 Columbia Park Trail in Richland
Sunday & Monday - closed
Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Admission: $8 adults, $6 students/seniors, kids 5 and under free - annual memberships are also available for purchase 

Tri-Cities, Hanford and the Cold War Exhibit
The Manhattan Project and Hanford Engineering Works played a crucial role in ending WWII. This exhibit explores the monumental effort to create and deploy a massive secret weapons project and its role in the creation of what became the atomic era. Check out the Berlin Wall, take a trip along I-90, and listen to the Tri-Citians who were here for it all.

Bechtel National Planetarium Shows

Columbia Basin College, 2600 N. 20th Ave. (Bldg D), in Pasco
Admission: $6 adults, $5 seniors; $3 ages 6-12, free 5 and under (purchase tickets online)

Showing this week:
The Bechtel National Planetarium, located on the campus of Columbia Basin College in Pasco, provides life-like, high-definition images and sound using the most state-of-the-art projection system in the Pacific Northwest. The 36-foot panoramic viewing dome can simulate a 3-D effect. 

A typical hour-long show includes a 20-30 minute live presentation and a 25-30 minute full-dome movie. Presentation topics may include solar system or constellation tours, what's visible in the current night sky, and astronomy in the news.
Tickets and info: and

Attractions & Things to Do
For attractions & things to do around the Tri-Cities region, visit:

Gesa Carousel of Dreams

2901-F. Southridge Blvd. in Kennewick
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Token Prices: Individual Token: $3, Four for $10, Ten for $20

The Gesa Carousel of Dreams is a world-class piece of art you can ride, touch, and feel. The carousel is a treasure for all generations to visit and enjoy! The carousel consists of 45 horses, three chariots and other features. It averages between 1800 and 2500 riders per weekend.


LIGO Public Tours

LIGO Hanford Observatory, west of Richland off Horn Road, 127124 N. Highway 10.
Come take a look at LIGO!  At 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. on the second Saturday of every month we offer free public drop in tours that will give you an excellent look at our facility.  Tours usually last about two hours. Tours work best for participants of middle school age and up, but all ages are welcome.

Note: tours are no longer taking place on the fourth Friday of the month.

The REACH Museum

1943 Columbia Park Trail in Richland
Sunday & Monday - closed
Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Admission: $8 adults, $6 students/seniors, kids 5 and under free - annual memberships are also available for purchase

Museum exhibits at The REACH celebrate the natural, scientific and cultural history of the Tri-Cities area. You can find hands-on activities for families on Saturdays and other activities that take place each month. Check the REACH calendar.

Upcoming events:
  • Spring Seed Swap - March 18
  • Earth Hour - March 25
  • Ice-Age Floods related tours are taking place again in 2017. The schedule is now available.
Info: and

Museums, Interpretive Centers, and History Resources
For information about museums, interpretive centers, and history resources for Tri-Cities Washington and other nearby towns & cities in Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon, visit:

Nightlife Music

Tri-City Vibe
For a list of nightlife music events around the Tri-Cities including happy hours, food, beer & wine, visit Tri-City VIBE!
Info: and

Also, check out Tri-Cities Cork & Fork - Tri-Cities, WA foodie page... pictures taken by real people at favorite local establishments. We love food & drink!

Tri-Cities Jam/Open Mic Community
Looking for a place to try out a new song or just want to play and have no gig? The Tri-Cities Jam/Open Mic Community provides a listing of Open Mics and Jam Nights in the greater Tri-Cities area.

Tri-Cities Karaoke
For karaoke venues and a calendar of karaoke events in the Tri-Cities, check out:

Bands, Musicians, Venues and Live Music
For more information on bands, musicians, venues, and live music in the Tri-Cities, visit:

Tri-Cities Washington Guide Website

For activities to do around the Tri-Cities region including Farmers' Markets, Outdoor Recreation, Wineries, Breweries, Performing Arts & Music, Social Clubs & Groups and more, visit the Tri-Cities Washington Guide website:

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