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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.
Information about activity, hobby, recreation, and social related groups is provided for Tri-Cities Washington.
Membership is open to the public and some require registration and/or fees.
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.