May 31 - June 2 | Start a Spectacular Summer
Need gifts for Dads & Grads?
Tri-Fun gift cards give dads and grads the opportunity to choose either a Dining Pass (EAT) or Experience Pass (PLAY). What could make a better gift? Visit Arlene’s Flowers & Gifts in Richland to purchase a Tri-Fun gift card. Gift cards are redeemed for digital passes. It's easy to do and instructions are online. If you're not in the Richland vicinity, we can mail you a physical gift card. Easy!
NEW Experience Venue!
The Wheelhouse Community Bike Shop in downtown Kennewick is now on the Tri-Fun Experience Pass. Tri-Fun pass holders receive a free two-hour rental with helmet and lock. Maybe you have a bike buried in your garage with flat tires or your kids are still riding way too tiny bikes or you have guests from out of town? Get down to Wheelhouse for rentals, repairs, purchases, and amazing advice on everything from safest places to ride to what type of tire is best for your bike.
The shop is staffed with enthusiastic volunteers that work towards expanding bicycle usage and knowledge.Their inclusive team will help even the most inexperienced riders get out there. They invite everyone in the community to 'Learn, Repair and Ride.'
Summer Flatbreads at Wet Palette
We love the yummy refreshments on the menu at Wet Palette. Have a light meal while you paint your next masterpiece. New to the offerings and fresh from the garden – summer flatbreads featuring delicious local produce. Order ahead and save 10% OR use your Tri-Fun Dining Pass for BOGO savings! Painters at the studio report their favorite is the margherita flatbread.
1st Thursday Kennewick | JUNE 6
We're excited for 1st Thursday in downtown Kennewick on June 6 from 5-8 pm. It combines all our favorites! Promotes local businesses and artists, includes food, fun and even a l'il adventure.
- Bike Rides
- Art Walk & Museum Exhibits
- Farmer’s Market
Of course we're partial to the participating Tri-Fun venues like the East Benton County History Museum. They have a great new exhibit called 'Re-Invintage: Old Things Made Cool Again.' It is inspired by both the “Up-Cycle” movement and the tenets of recycling and reducing one’s environmental footprint, this exhibit showcases the innovators and artists who are taking old or throw-away objects and either repairing them or making them into something new, beautiful or useful. Please note they are open until 7 pm Thursday, June 6. Use your Tri-Fun Experience Pass for free entry.
Other Tri-Fun Venues you'll find downtown on 1st Thursday include the Wheelhouse Community Bike Shop, 4th Base Pizza and Foodies Brick & Mortar. When was the last time you planned an evening in downtown Kennewick?