From left, friends Mateo, 4; Emma, 5; Arturo, 4, and Colin, 3, jump around Saturday at the base of the new community stage in Richland’s John Dam Plaza while members of the Mid-Columbia Traditional Art & Music Association perform. Hundreds gathered at the city park for the grand opening of the new stage, where about 20 musical and theatrical groups performed and two short films were shown as part of the Tri-Cities International Film Festival.
From left, friends Mateo, 4; Emma, 5; Arturo, 4, and Colin, 3, jump around Saturday at the base of the new community stage in Richland’s John Dam Plaza while members of the Mid-Columbia Traditional Art & Music Association perform. Hundreds gathered at the city park for the grand opening of the new stage, where about 20 musical and theatrical groups performed and two short films were shown as part of the Tri-Cities International Film Festival. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald
From left, friends Mateo, 4; Emma, 5; Arturo, 4, and Colin, 3, jump around Saturday at the base of the new community stage in Richland’s John Dam Plaza while members of the Mid-Columbia Traditional Art & Music Association perform. Hundreds gathered at the city park for the grand opening of the new stage, where about 20 musical and theatrical groups performed and two short films were shown as part of the Tri-Cities International Film Festival. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald

Hopping good time at new Richland stage

April 09, 2016 5:16 PM

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