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IL­LU­SION­IST JAY OWENHOUSE PER­FORM­ING SATUR­DAY IN KENNEWICK

Il­lu­sion­ist Jay Owenhouse is re­turn­ing to the Toy­ota Cen­ter in Kennewick with “Dare to Be­lieve.”

Show­time is 7:30 p.m. Satur­day . Tick­ets are on sale through Tick­et­mas­ter and the Toy­ota Cen­ter box of­fice. They start at $31.

Owenhouse is an es­cape artist and il­lu­sion­ist who’s been fea­tured on TV shows such as “Mas­ters of Il­lu­sions.”

Dur­ing the Kennewick show, “you will ex­pe­ri­ence a night of grand il­lu­sions with the most amaz­ing magic in the world, Ben­gal tigers up close, dan­ger­ous es­capes and in­spir­ing sto­ry­telling. See­ing Owenhouse live is an evening that will leave you breath­less with a feel­ing of child­hood won­der that ‘any­thing is pos­si­ble,’ ” a news re­lease said.

‘FIRE­SIDE CHAT’ TO FEA­TURE PNNL LEADER

The lat­est in Fuse Cowork­ing Space’s “Fire­side Chat” se­ries is Nov. 15.

It will fea­ture a con­ver­sa­tion with Dr. Malin Young, deputy di­rec­tor for sci­ence and tech­nol­ogy at Pa­cific North­west Na­tional Lab­o­ra­tory in Rich­land.

The event runs from 6 to 8 p.m. at Fuse, 723 Park­way, Rich­land.

Tick­ets are $10 and are avail­able at tinyurl.com/ firesidey­oung.

CG Pub­lic House is spon­sor­ing the Fire­side Chat, which aims to high­light in­spir­ing peo­ple who are mak­ing an im­pact on the com­mu­nity.

VI­ENNA BOYS CHOIR TO PER­FORM IN PASCO

The Vi­enna Boys Choir will per­form Nov. 15 in Pasco.

The show – at 7:30 p.m. at Faith Assem­bly – is pre­sented by Com­mu­nity Con­certs of the Tri-Cities.

The Vi­enna Boys Choir has

100 singers be­tween the ages of

10 and 14.

The come from 31 dif­fer­ent coun­tries and are split into four tour­ing groups.

“Au­di­ences and crit­ics world­wide have praised these tal­ented singers for their ce­les­tial voices, pure tone, ir­re­sistible charm and above all a wide-rang­ing reper­toire and rich his­tory dat­ing back more than 500 years,” a news re­lease said.

Faith Assem­bly is at 1800 N. Road 72.

COLUMBIA BASIN COL­LEGE PRESENTS ‘I NOW PRO­NOUNCE’

Columbia Basin Col­lege’s pro­duc­tion of the com­edy “I Now Pro­nounce” opens Nov. 14.

Per­for­mances are at 7 p.m. Nov. 14-17 at the CBC the­ater. An in­ter­preter for the deaf will be at the Nov. 16 per­for­mance.

The play delves into “what hap­pens when ev­ery­thing goes wrong at that most spe­cial of events, your wed­ding?” a news re­lease said.

The an­swer is plenty of laughs.

CBC’s pro­duc­tion stars David Rom­mereim and Neiba Kuko­rlo, along with Robert Chisholm, Nick Hig­gins, Zach Jo­hansen, Miriam Ker­sner, Ri­cardo Orta, Ni­cole Pi­etz, Ash­ley Purvis, Jake Rader and Seth Ram­say.

Ginny Quin­ley is di­rect­ing, with scenic and light­ing de­sign by Ronn Campbell and cos­tumes de­signed by Verna Sch­wilke.

This show is rated “R” for lan­guage and adult sit­u­a­tions.

Tick­ets are $12 for adults and $10 for se­niors and stu­dents.

They’re avail­able at columbi­abasin.tix.com, by call­ing 509-542-5531 and at the door.

TV NEWS AN­CHOR WINS ‘DANC­ING WITH THE TRI-CITY STARS’

Eliana Sher­iff won this year’s Danc­ing with the Tri-City Stars.

The news an­chor for KEPR-TV beat out five other lo­cal celebs and went home with the mir­ror ball tro­phy last week­end.

Ter­ral Rus­sell, re­al­tor with John L. Scott Realty in Pasco, was the run­ner up.

Dance in­struc­tor Beth Trost put on the event, which was Nov. 3 at Chief Joseph Mid­dle School in Rich­land.

Utah Ballroom Dance Com­pany di­rected the pro­gram and provided pro­fes­sional dance part­ners for the celebri­ties.

JEZEBEL’S MOTHER TO TAKE THE STAGE IN PASCO

The folk duo Jezebel’s Mother will per­form Nov. 17 in Pasco.

Show­time is 7:30 p.m. at Com­mu­nity Uni­tar­ian Univer­sal­ist Church, 2819 W. Sylvester St.

The duo in­cludes Ja­nis Carper and Carolyn Lochert, who per­form orig­i­nal blues, jazz and folk songs.

Three Rivers Folk­life So­ci­ety is pre­sent­ing the show. Tick­ets are $14 for gen­eral ad­mis­sion and $12 for se­niors, stu­dents and so­ci­ety mem­bers. They’re avail­able at The Oc­to­pus’ Gar­den in Rich­land, Book­worm Books in Kennewick and at the door.

HAN­FORD HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS ‘A MID­SUM­MER NIGHT’S DREAM’

Han­ford High School’s drama depart­ment is pre­sent­ing “A Mid­sum­mer Night’s Dream.”

Per­for­mances are at 7:30 p.m. Fri­day, Satur­day, Nov. 14, 16 and 17. A 2 p.m. mati­nee also is planned Nov. 17.

The show is at the black box the­ater at Han­ford High, 450 Han­ford St., Rich­land.

Cost is $12 for gen­eral ad­mis­sion and $10 for stu­dents and se­nior cit­i­zens. Tick­ets for the Nov. 14 show are $8.

The clas­sic Shake­speare com­edy fea­tures young cou­ples, fairies, a group of am­a­teur ac­tors – and plenty of magic.

Han­ford’s pro­duc­tion has “a ro­man­tic, mys­ti­cal, Caribbean style, with orig­i­nal mu­sic and mar­velous cos­tumes,” a news re­lease said.

The show is dou­ble cast. Go to han­ford­drama.org for cast in­for­ma­tion and to buy tick­ets.

HERE’S YOUR HOL­I­DAY BAZAAR ROUNDUP

Now that fall is here, it’s time to add hol­i­day bazaars to your cal­en­dar.

Here’s a run­ning list of of­fer­ings around the Tri-Cities:

Hol­i­day Craft Bazaar, 9 a.m.

● to 4 p.m. Nov. 9 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 10, West High­lands United Methodist Church, 17 S. Union St., Kennewick.

Arts and Crafts Sale, 9 a.m.

● to 2 p.m. Nov. 10 at Rich­land Lutheran Church, 901 Van Giesen St., Rich­land.

Ja­son Lee El­e­men­tary Craft

Bazaar, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 17, Ja­son Lee El­e­men­tary, 1750 McMur­ray Ave., Rich­land.

Princess Christ­mas Mar­ket,

10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 17 at the Princess The­atre, 1226 Meade Ave., Prosser.

Christ­mas Mar­ket, 5:30 to 8

● p.m. Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, Gallery at the Park, 89 Lee Blvd., Rich­land.

LEGACY FIVE TO PER­FORM IN KENNEWICK

The vo­cal band Legacy Five will per­form Nov. 12 in Kennewick.

Show­time is 7 p.m. at Kennewick Sev­enth-Day Ad­ven­tist Church, 7105 W. 10th Ave.

Tick­ets are $10 and are avail­able at the church, the Tri-City Bi­ble Book­store in Rich­land, the Rich­land Bi­ble Shoppe and at www.ken­newick­ad­ven­tist.org.

At­ten­dees are en­cour­aged to bring do­na­tions for the TriCi­ties Di­a­per Bank.

NA­TIVE AMER­I­CAN ARTS DAY PLANNED SATUR­DAY IN RICH­LAND

A Na­tive Amer­i­can arts, crafts and cul­ture day is planned Satur­day at the Rich­land Pub­lic Li­brary, 955 North­gate Drive.

The event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and in­cludes show and tell, pre­sen­ta­tions, demon­stra­tions and hands-on crafts for all ages.

It’s free and fam­ily-friendly. The Columbia River chap­ter of the Amer­i­can In­dian Sci­ence and En­gi­neer­ing So­ci­ety is spon­sor­ing

DERIK NEL­SON & FAM­ILY TO PER­FORM IN SUN­NY­SIDE

Derik Nel­son & Fam­ily will per­form Nov. 18 in Sun­ny­side as part of the Lower Val­ley Live con­cert sea­son.

Show­time is 3 p.m. at Sun­ny­side High School.

Cost is $20 for adults and $5 for stu­dents, with sea­son subscriptions also avail­able.

Nel­son and his sib­lings Riana and Dal­ten have been mak­ing mu­sic to­gether since child­hood and have a large fol­low­ing on­line. They’ve per­formed the na­tional an­them at Sea­hawks, Sounders and Trail­blaz­ers games, and Derik ap­peared reg­u­larly as the lead gui­tarist in the TV show “Glee,” a news re­lease said.

REACH MU­SEUM OF­FER­ING TEM­PO­RARY MAKERSPACE

The Reach mu­seum in Rich­land is turn­ing one of its gal­leries into an art makerspace in Novem­ber.

Mu­seum-go­ers are in­vited to “en­gage in some cre­ative play to re­flect on their mu­seum visit,” news re­lease said. “What in­spires you? The Columbia River and its wildlife? The dra­matic land­scapes from the Ice Age Floods? Scenic farm land­scapes? Amaz­ing tech­nol­ogy and en­gi­neer­ing? Linger for a while in the makerspace and cre­ate a work of art to keep or share.”

Makerspace hours are 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Nov. 10, 13-16, 20, 23 and 24.

Cost is free with Reach ad­mis­sion, which is $10 for adults and $6 for se­niors, mil­i­tary and stu­dents.

Kids 5 and younger are ad­mit­ted for free and so are Reach mem­bers.

The Reach is at 1943 Columbia Park Trail.

NEW PUB­LIC ART ON DIS­PLAY IN DOWN­TOWN KENNEWICK

A new piece of pub­lic art is on dis­play at West 10th Av­enue and South Wash­ing­ton Street in Kennewick.

It’s a traf­fic box, painted by Kody Flan­nery of Monarch Tat­too with a Ben­ton Franklin Fair & Rodeo theme.

It’s in honor of the fair’s 70th an­niver­sary and is part of a se­ries of traf­fic box makeovers planned by the Kennewick Arts Com­mis­sion.

“We are al­ways look­ing for ways we can make a dif­fer­ence in the com­mu­nity,” said Duane Howard, fair board pres­i­dent, in a news re­lease. “Work­ing with lo­cal artists and com­mu­nity groups is a big part of that. We are very happy with Kody’s art­work and the ef­forts of ev­ery­one in­volved in the project.”

TRAV­EL­ING ED­U­CA­TIONAL EX­HIBIT ON DIS­PLAY IN KENNEWICK

The trav­el­ing ed­u­ca­tional ex­hibit “Triv­ial Pur­suit, a 50 State Ad­ven­ture” is on dis­play in down­town Kennewick.

It’s set up through Jan. 12 at the East Ben­ton County His­tor­i­cal Mu­seum, 205 W. Kee­way­din Drive.

The ex­hibit was brought in by the group “Hands In for Hands On,” which is work­ing to bring a chil­dren’s mu­seum to the TriCi­ties.

It’s 2,500 square feet and fea­tures hands-on ac­tiv­i­ties and trivia about the 50 states and Dis­trict of Columbia.

Through the ex­hibit, “vis­i­tors to the ex­hibit can ride a mule through the Grand Canyon, hit a home run at Fen­way Park, guide your sled dog team on the Idi­tarod Trail, and even climb our own Mount Rainier,” a news re­lease said.

Betty Brinn Chil­dren’s Mu­seum de­vel­oped the ex­hibit in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Has­bro, Inc.

Cour­tesy of Steven Winslow

Il­lu­sion­ist Jay Owenhouse is re­turn­ing to the Toy­ota Cen­ter in Kennewick with “Dare to Be­lieve.”

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