Mom's & Son's Night Out- Ladies it's your turn to share a casual, fun-filled evening with your little guy. There will be games, finger foods, fun, and dancing. Friday, February 17, 2017 - 6:45-9:00 pm.
|Pasco Jaycees' again this year to help them provide this wonderful family friendly event to the community. The event starts at 8:30 am with a pancake breakfast provided by the Lions Club. The breakfast is free for kids under the age of 12 and only $4 for all others. After breakfast you can visit community information booths, and participate in games. Then at 10 am the egg hunts will begin and will be followed by raffle and prize give-a-ways. DAY/DATE: Saturday, April 15, 2017; LOCATION: Pasco Softball Sporting complex (next to TRAC and GESA Stadium); FEE: Free! (Breakfast is $4 for ages 13+)||April|
|Join us at City View Cemetery, 1300 N. Oregon Ave, May 24-30, 2017, hosted by the City of Pasco. Click the link above for more detailed information. THANK YOU CONTRIBUTORS|
|Tri-Cities Geocoin Challenge - Mysteries of the Mid-Columbia! You will find a fun-filled weekend of caching and camaraderie at this annual event. The challenge begins Saturday, June 24 at 8:00 am. This will be a jam-packed day full of geocaching, geocaching activities, and contests. To register for this free event, please visit||June|
|Pasco's 2017 Grand Old 4th of July Celebration - Celebrate our nations independence with Hapo's Grand Old 4th of July Parade and the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast in Memorial Park on Tuesday morning. Join the days festivities then finish off your day with our Grand Finale, a Spectacular Fireworks display over Gesa Stadium in Pasco. Don't miss out on the fun! Click the link to see the exciting activities offered at Pasco's 2017 Grand Old 4th of July Celebration.||July|
|Teen Pool Party - Teens, ages 13-17, join us Friday, August 18, 2017 from 6:30-9 pm at Memorial Aquatic Park for an evening of food, fun and swimming!
| Pool Doggie Paddle -Dog Swim at Memorial Pool August 30, 2017. There will be a separate time and area for both small (5-6 pm) and large (6-7 pm) dogs.
* Proof of immunizations required for admission.
* Dogs must be on leash when not in the pool.
* Doggie sanitary bags provided by dogpoopbags.com
|Tons of Trucks - Join us for this educational and family friendly event that triggers the imagination and gives children the opportunity to discover and explore possible future careers. The event will be held on the streets of downtown Pasco in conjunction with the Pasco Farmers Market and the Fiery Foods Festival.||September|
|2017 All-Senior-Picnic- Enjoy good food, entertainment, community vendors and lots of fun at one of the largest events for senior citizens in the State of Washington. Pasco, Kennewick and Richland all take turns hosting this event. The 2017 All-Senior-Picnic will be hosted by the City of Richland at Howard Amon Park with date and times to be announced. Buttons go on sale approximately July 1, 2017 at the Pasco 1st Avenue Center and Kennewick, and West Richland Senior Centers as well as the Richland Community Center.
|Costume Hay Ride - Cool breezes, orange pumpkins, and Indian corn all mean fall is in the air! Join us for a visit to the farm on a hayride with music, apple cider, and hot chocolate.||October|
|Sweetest Daddy/Daughter Prom - Dads, Step-Dads, Grandpas or Uncles. You are invited to bring your favorite girl (or girls) out for an evening of dancing, fun, and memories to last a lifetime! Daughters will receive a friendship bracelet, professional Photo and goody bag. Space is limited so register early! Sorry, no registrations will be taken at the door!||October|
|Enjoy a hot cup of cocoa and some delicious donuts, while the kids get the opportunity to visit with Santa. A professional photographer will be on hand to take photos of your kiddos with Santa. A 4X6 photo will be provided for each child registered. All family members that will be attending must register.||December|
|MORE INFO. COMING SOON...Christmas Tree Lighting in Volunteer Park, December 9, 2017
|Lampson Cable Bridge Run - A tradition typically on the third Saturday in December since 1978. This event features 1 mile, 5K and 10K races. With 9 age divisions and a wheelchair division; everyone from the kids to the grandparents can participate. Don't forget to get some hot Dr. Pepper at the finish line to warm you after the race. (2017 date: December 16th)||December|