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Founded in 2008, 509Art is an organization that promotes and encourages the engagement of the creative community within the 509 area code.Their purpose is to gather together artists of Eastern Washington in an effort to bring about a new vision and resurgence of the creative arts.509 Urban Sketchers and Painters is an open group of artists who enjoy blending into the community, and surrounding area, with their sketchbooks and pencils to record events, places, and things of interest.

All skill levels are invited to join and it's free.The Allied Arts Association and gallery provides art development, awareness and education for the Mid-Columbia region, including the cities of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland and surrounding areas.Art Hack is a group of creative peoples in the Tri Cities region. Join us for a night of art-ing; drinkin-n-drawin; makey-makerson-ing; or whatever you'd prefer to label a gathering of creatives to do creative things!We rock the socks off of all who decide to stop by... The Classical Guitar Society of Tri-Cities is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1996, but has been inactive since about 2006 until recently.They are a fellowship of classical guitar enthusiasts and their goals are to promote classical guitar performances in the Eastern Washington area, raise awareness of their beloved art form, and provide a network for performers, teachers, students, and luthiers.

Columbia Chorale is a community choir that has been entertaining the Tri-Cities for more than 40 years.Join them to help make beautiful music, form great friendships and have a lot of fun The Columbia Regional Pipe Band started out in 1976 as the Desert Thistle Pipe Band in the Tri-Cities.Today, the Grade 3 Columbia Regional Pipe Band boasts members hailing from anywhere between Portland and Missoula.We have been competing at various summer Highland Games throughout our region for the past few years.The Columbia River Chordsmen deliver performances in original American art-form called "barbershop".They welcome visitors, especially those who think they might like to join them in song.