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Yoga/Pilates/Tai Chi
2-Hour Yoga Workshop: Hips, Shoulders & Back
Do you regularly practice yoga, but still feel “stuck” in certain spots? In this special workshop, we will focus on the fascia (the dense tissue that separates and connects the muscles, organs, bones, tendons, and ligaments), helping to release tightness that builds in common problem areas, like the shoulders, hips, and back. Using a combination of tools, including myofascial release, yin yoga, and dynamic vinyasa stretches, we will let go of tightness and give our muscles greater capacity to fire more efficiently. This special sequence will reduce pain, increase range of motion, improve joint health, increase flexibility and retrain our muscles to lengthen and strengthen to the best of their ability. This is an all levels class. No prior yoga experience is necessary. $35 per person (pre-registration required)
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Gymnastics
2017 Rod Ostboe Memorial Gymnastics Invitational
This is a United States of America Gymnastics Sanctioned Women's Gymnastics event. Over 400 athletes from the northwest will compete in this event! It is an event honoring the memory of Rod Ostboe, a teacher, coach and friend of thousands of Tri-City area gymnasts.
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Class/Workshop
2017 Yakima Area Arboretum Naturalist Program
Interested in learning more about the natural world and becoming a volunteer with the Yakima Area Arboretum? The Naturalist Training Program will provide you with the tools needed to share knowledge of the local ecosystem with visitors to the Arboretum and throughout the community.
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Fair/Festival,Food/Tasting
3rd Annual Craft Brew and Bacon Festival
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Benefit/Fundraiser
42nd Annual AAUW Book Sale
American Association of University Women. February 24-26 at the Marcus Whitman Hotel. Sale hours will be Friday and Saturday, 9 am – 7 pm; and Sunday, 9 am – 4 pm. Approximately 40,000 high-quality books, CDs and DVDs, sorted into 40 categories. Paperbacks $2.50. Hardbacks $4. Each child receives a free book. Rare and collectible section priced individually. Proceeds fund scholarships for local women returning to college, and educational projects and events.
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Ballroom,Swing
Afternoon Ballroom Dancing
Dance or listen to your favorite tunes with live swing music.
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Ballroom
Afternoon Ballroom Dancing at the Richland Community Center
Dance or listen to your favorite music by the Easy Swing Dance Band.
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Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Politics
Alzheimer's Association 2017 Advocacy Day
Over 100,000 Washingtonians are living with Alzheimer’s disease with more than 300,000 caregivers providing their care. The Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter and Alzheimer’s advocates from across the state will visit representatives in Olympia again in 2017 to discuss the importance of continued support for those facing the disease. Governor Jay Inslee knows the struggles families face and the importance of implementing a plan now: “Every part of our state is touched by dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. The impact is felt by individuals and families who bear the greatest emotional and financial responsibility, by our employers and economy, by health care systems striving to meet complex needs and by local communities and state resources.” The plan is led by the Dementia Action Collaborative (DAC), a group of partners committed to preparing Washington for the growth of the dementia population. Priorities for the DAC include creating a “roadmap” to guide caregivers, education for providers and ensure greater access to services and support. Registration for Advocacy Day is open online or by calling 206.363.5500.
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Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Politics
Alzheimer's Association 2017 Advocacy Day
Over 100,000 Washingtonians are living with Alzheimer’s disease with more than 300,000 caregivers providing their care. The Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter and Alzheimer’s advocates from across the state will visit representatives in Olympia again in 2017 to discuss the importance of continued support for those facing the disease. Governor Jay Inslee knows the struggles families face and the importance of implementing a plan now: “Every part of our state is touched by dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. The impact is felt by individuals and families who bear the greatest emotional and financial responsibility, by our employers and economy, by health care systems striving to meet complex needs and by local communities and state resources.” The plan is led by the Dementia Action Collaborative (DAC), a group of partners committed to preparing Washington for the growth of the dementia population. Priorities for the DAC include creating a “roadmap” to guide caregivers, education for providers and ensure greater access to services and support. Registration for Advocacy Day is open online or by calling 206.363.5500.
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Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Politics
Alzheimer's Association 2017 Advocacy Day
Over 100,000 Washingtonians are living with Alzheimer’s disease with more than 300,000 caregivers providing their care. The Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter and Alzheimer’s advocates from across the state will visit representatives in Olympia again in 2017 to discuss the importance of continued support for those facing the disease. Governor Jay Inslee knows the struggles families face and the importance of implementing a plan now: “Every part of our state is touched by dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. The impact is felt by individuals and families who bear the greatest emotional and financial responsibility, by our employers and economy, by health care systems striving to meet complex needs and by local communities and state resources.” The plan is led by the Dementia Action Collaborative (DAC), a group of partners committed to preparing Washington for the growth of the dementia population. Priorities for the DAC include creating a “roadmap” to guide caregivers, education for providers and ensure greater access to services and support. Registration for Advocacy Day is open online or by calling 206.363.5500.
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