Information about social clubs and groups is provided for Tri-Cities WA (Kennewick, Pasco, Richland). Almost all of the clubs and groups listed are non-profit organizations. Membership is generally open to the public and some require a membership fee.

Check out the following topics:

Art, Crafts & Music Groups

Mid-Columbia Bluegrass Music Association


Founded in 2008, 509Art (Facebook) is an organization that promotes and encourages the engagement of the creative community within the 509 area code. Their purpose is to gather together artists of Eastern Washington in an effort to bring about a new vision and resurgence of the creative arts.

Allied Arts Association

The Allied Arts Association and gallery provides art development, awareness and education for the Mid-Columbia region, including the cities of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland and surrounding areas. Follow us on Facebook

Art Works Northwest (formerly Cyber Art 509)

Art Works Northwest (formerly Cyber Art 509) is a cooperative of artists from the 509 area code (Tri-Cities region). They provide rotating art exhibits at local restaurants, coffee shops, wineries and professional offices at no cost to the business. If someone is interested in buying some displayed art, they contact the artist directly.

Desert Fiber Arts Guild

The Desert Fiber Arts Guild is a weaving, spinning, basketry and felting guild. Their 117 members are from the Tri-Cities and Lower Valley. There are study groups for those with interests in basketry, knitting, spinning, tapestry & felters, weaving (both daytime and evening), and bead & basketry. Follow us on Facebook

Mid-Columbia Bluegrass Music Association

Members of the Mid-Columbia Bluegrass Music Association play and listen to folk music, blues, old time Appalachian, fiddle tunes, but mostly Bluegrass. In addition, they host an open acoustic music jam every Tuesday and a Bluegrass jam on the first Thursday of the month. They invite visitors to listen to them play and invite newcomers who play an acoustic instrument to jam with them.

Mid-Columbia Woodturners

Mid-Columbia Woodturners is a woodturning chapter of the American Association of Woodturners based in the Tri-Cities area. Follow us on Facebook

Rolling Hills Chorus

The Rolling Hills Chorus of Sweet Adelines International deliver performances in original American art-form called "barbershop." Visitors and prospective members are welcome at any rehearsal! Follow us on Facebook

Three Rivers Dulcimer Society

The Three Rivers Dulcimer Society was formed in March 2003 to promote the playing and listening of Appalachian mountain dulcimers. They welcome visitors to come jam with them and learn to play an instrument. Follow us on Facebook

Three Rivers Folklife Society

The Three Rivers Folklife Society (3RFS) is dedicated to promoting folk music and sponsors concerts, coffeehouses, contra dances, song circles, and the annual Tumbleweed Music Festival. Consider joining 3RFS if you like folklife music. Also, 3RFS is always looking for volunteers to help with the annual Tumbleweed Music Festival. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Wood Carving Club

The Tri-Cities Wood Carving Club holds monthly meetings and conducts weekly classes that are open to all levels of carvers, and each person is encouraged to work on his/her own special project.

Tri-City Photography Club

The Tri-City Photography Club seeks to aid in the development of interest, enthusiasm, education, and expertise in digital photography using professional and advanced amateur photographers as speakers at our monthly meetings, field trips, and workshops.

Tri-City Quilters' Guild

The Tri-City Quilters' Guild (TCQG) consists of 400 quilters who have joined together to promote quilting in our communities. They alternate between day and evening meetings, hold workships, make quilts for others, go on retreats, and have an annual quilt show each Spring. Follow us on Facebook

Visual Artists (all media)

The Visual Artists Meetup group is for anyone interested in exploring and sharing collage, mixed media art, painting, drawing, or ceramics ideas and techniques, meeting other artists both professional and beginners.

Washington Old Time Fiddlers

The Washington Old Time Fiddlers (District 12) hold a monthly jam session and show the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall (Richland). Their regular monthly meeting is held the second Sunday of each month starting at 2 p.m. at Adult Day Services in Kennewick. Follow us on Facebook

White Bluffs Quilt Museum

The White Bluffs Quilt Museum is both a museum and a support organization for all the quilting, weaving, spinning and basketry guilds and groups located in Eastern Washington State. You can attend classes in machine and hand sewing, quilting, weaving, knitting, crochet, embroidery, basketry, kumihimo, cards, and lots more! Visitors are always welcome. Follow us on Facebook

Beer & Wine Groups

Mid-Columbia Zymurgy Association

The Mid-Columbia Zymurgy Association (MCZA) was created to disseminate information about the techniques of creating good homebrewed beer, mead and wine. This group meets the third Thursday of every month at Ice Harbor Brewing in Kennewick. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Wine Society

The Tri-Cities Wine Society is a non-profit organization that hosts monthly educationally focused wine-tasting events for its members and their guests in a casual and relaxed atmosphere.


Columbia Basin Boardgame Society

Adventures Underground

Adventures Underground in Uptown Richland offers a variety of gaming opportunities. Their board game night takes place on Thursdays. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Area Gaming Group

The Tri-City Area Gaming group was formed to promote the playing of games. They meet at Adventures Underground.

Book Discussion Groups

Book Discussion Group

Adventures Underground

The Adventures Underground Book Club (1391 George Washington Way in Richland) meets the first Friday of every month at 7:00 p.m. and focuses on Science Fiction and Fantasy. Follow us on Facebook

Mid-Columbia Libraries

The Mid-Columbia Libraries hosts book discussion groups during the year at several of their library branches in the Tri-Cities. The book discussion groups include: Page Turner's Book Club, Bring Your Own Book Club, and Read the Rainbow: LGBTQIA+ and Allies Book Club (this is co-hosted with the Richland Public Library). Check the Event Calendar (note: select "Library Services" as the event type and select a library branch location).

Richland Public Library

The Richland Public Library (955 Northgate Dr.) hosts several book discussion groups during the year. The following book discussion groups are currently meeting monthly: Monday Night Book Group, Thursday Afternoon Book Group, By the Book Knitters, and Read the Rainbow: LGBTQIA+ and Allies Book Club (co-hosted with Mid-Columbia Libraries). Check their monthly Event Calendar.

Bridge, Pinochle, Dominoes, and Cribbage

Card Game Players


The American Contract Bridge League Unit 442 represents the Tri-Cities and includes the Three Rivers DBC that meets at the Richland Community Center.

Pinochle, Dominoes, and Cribbage

Pinochle, Dominoes, and Cribbage may be played at the Richland Community Center, Kennewick Community Center and Pasco's First Avenue Center.

Car Clubs

Cool Desert Nights

3 Rivers Corvette Club

The 3 Rivers Corvette Club celebrates the Chevrolet Corvette - America's only true sports car - while encouraging fellowship and long relationships among our members through planned trips, events and social activities.

Mid-Columbia Electric Vehicle Association

The Mid-Columbia Electric Vehicle Association (Facebook) is a non-profit, privately sponsored organization for people who are interested in electrically powered or electrically assisted motor vehicles.

Mid-Columbia Mopar

The Mid-Columbia Mopar (Facebook) car club meets on the third Thursday of the month and participates in the annual Show and Shine car show in May. Members receive discounts from several area auto parts stores.

Pacific Northwest Mustang Club

The Pacific Northwest Mustang Club hosts two annual car shows, holds monthly meetings and cruises, and participates in parades and other Mustang-related activities.

Sand & Sage Sports Car Club

The Sand & Sage Sports Car Club is a group of car enthusiasts that meet monthly for autocrossing and fun! All events are held at the former Tri-Cities Raceway.

Tri-Cities Camaro Club

The goal of the Tri-Cities Camaro Club is to bring together Chevrolet Camaro enthusiasts from all walks of life for a social atmosphere. All generations and models are invited to join. Follow us on Facebook

Ye Olde Car Club of the Tri-Cities

The Ye Olde Car Club of the Tri-Cities was established to preserve and maintain motor vehicles of historical value and to serve as an accurate and technical source of information concerning historical automobiles.

City Parks & Recreation Departments

Ben Franklin Transit Poster

City parks and recreation departments support a number of social networking and recreational activities. Check out some of the activities offered in Kennewick, Pasco and Richland.

Senior Activities

Senior activities may be found at the Kennewick Senior Center, Pasco Senior Center or through the Richland Seniors Association.

Columbia Basin Badger Club

Columbia Basin Badger Club logo

The Columbia Basin Badger Club is a non-partisan political club for citizans with questions on public issues. This non-profit club never takes sides but their speakers do. The Club's name reflects their tenacity when seeking clear information, and reminds all to retain a sense of humor and civility while tackling tough issues. Follow us on Facebook

Community Education Program

Community Education logo

Kennewick School District's Community Education Program offers evening and weekend classes for adults on the go in the Tri-Cities. This could be a good way to meet those who share similar interests! Follow us on Facebook

Dog Training Clubs & Dog Parks

Columbia Basin Dog Training Club

The Columbia Basin Dog Training Club is all about building a better relationship between your dog and you. Although the club is an AKC Obedience club which promotes purebred dogs, your dog does not need to be AKC registered to participate in the club's training program or for membership in the club.

Richland Kennel Club

The Richland Kennel Club was established in 1945 and is affiliated with the AKC. They offer dog handling classes and host an Annual Fall Dog Show in September.

Sand and Sage Hunting Retriever Club

The Sand and Sage Hunting Retriever Club is a retriever club that focuses on training retrievers for hunting and competition. Club members have monthly training days from March through August and participate in the annual AKC Hunt Test in September. Follow us on Facebook

Three Rivers Dog Bird Club

At Three Rivers Dog Bird Club we are all about friendship, pointing dogs and a strong passion for hunting upland game. Our mission is to teach and pass on the age old tradition of training pointing dogs and hunting upland game to the next generations to come. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Dog Park Society

The Tri-City Dog Park Society is engaged in promoting, establishing, and maintaining dog parks in the Tri-Cities. The first dog park established is Paws-Abilities Place that is located in Richland at the end of Englewood Drive near Badger Mountain Community Park (1100 Glenwood Ct.).

Garden Clubs & Gardening Help

Flower Garden

Gardening Help

Heritage Garden Program

The Heritage Garden Program is brought to our community by the Benton and Franklin Conservation Districts in partnership with the Washington Native Plant Society - Columbia Basin Chapter. Follow us on Facebook

Heritage Gardens are landscaped areas designed to honor the cultural and natural heritage of the Columbia River Basin while utilizing sustainable gardening practices.

South Central Washington Orchid Society

The South Central Washington Orchid Society provides opportunities to share with others their knowledge and passions of growing and enjoying orchids. Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Edison Elementary (Kennewick).

Tri-City Rose Society

The Tri-City Rose Society (TCRS) is dedicated to the enjoyment, enhancement, and promotion of the rose. The TCRS meets on the fourth Monday of every month except November and December. During the summer months they meet in members' gardens. Visitors are always welcome! Follow us on Facebook

Lakeside Gem & Mineral Club

Lakeside Gem & Mineral Club

The Lakeside Gem & Mineral Club was started in 1953 and is one of the largest rock clubs in the northwest. The club hosts monthly meetings, conducts educational programs and workshops, and goes on fieldtrips. The club also has a youth program. Follow us on Facebook

Leadership & Technology

FUSE Coworking

Confluent Space

Confluent Space is a makerspace! Anyone interested in hacker/maker spaces in the Tri-Cities area is encouraged to attend. We aim to provide the space, tools, safety and education to enable the creation of art, technology, business, culture, and community. We intend to fully outfit a woodworking shop, metal shop, electronics lab, and classrooms. Also, we will provide studio and storage rental space, and a gallery to display all Tri-Cities maker creations. Let's get messy! Follow us on Facebook

FUSE - Coworking in the Tri-Cities

FUSE is a group of freelance contractors, telecommuters, and startups. They share workspace, knowledge, enthusiasm, and support each other with copious amounts of high fives. Follow us on Facebook

Soroptimist International of Pasco-Kennewick

Founded in 1948, the Soroptimist International of Pasco-Kennewick club is a 501c3 and part of a global organization whose mission is to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. Our club membership consists of professional and business women in the Tri-Cities, Washington and surrounding area. Follow us on Facebook

Urban Poets Society

Urban Poets Society (Facebook) is a youth leadership program designed to enhance the arts, the youth, and the community by creating an ever-expanding network of open-mics that recur monthly everywhere.

Women of Influence Toastmasters

Women of Influence Toastmasters is a woman-focused, virtual-only club based in Tri-Cities Washington, meeting via Zoom every Wednesday from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m Pacific Time. Follow us on Facebook

LGBTQ Groups

LGBTQ Groups

There are LGBTQ groups for uniting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) with families, friends, and allies.

PFLAG Benton Franklin

The mission of PFLAG Benton Franklin is for uniting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) with families, friends, and allies. PFLAG is committed to advancing equality through its mission of support, education, and advocacy. PFLAG supports persons through confidential monthly support group meetings, new-found friends, and counselor recommendations when requested. Follow us on Facebook

Meetup Groups

Tri-City Friends

Note: All groups listed in this section, except for Tri-Cities Newcomers Club, use Meetup.

Tri-Cities Newcomers Club

The Tri-Cities Newcomers Club (Facebook) is a women's club to make new friends and participate in the many fun groups, such as coffees, luncheons, bunko, bridge, wine and dine parties, sewing group, garden group, bridge group, book clubs and pinochle.

Tri-City Area Gaming

The Tri-City Area Gaming group is generally about board games of various sorts played at Adventure Underground in Richland. The shop has other weekly events for role-play games and collectible card games, though many people who might come to the board game night might be interested in the other events too, so feel free to recruit.

Tri-City Freethinkers

The mission of the Tri-City Freethinkers is to provide a sense of community and a local source of secular education in a world dominated by theistic cultures. Their primary objective is to promote a humanistic worldview based on reason, evidence and logic as an alternative to sectarian beliefs and practices.

Tri-City Friends

Tri-City Friends provides a relaxed and welcoming environment for meeting new people, married and single, from all age groups and various walks of life. Join them for some great conversation and fun activities (dinners, coffee get togethers, bike rides, hikes, plays, shows, dancing, picnics, whatever).

Find a Meetup Group

You can find more Tri-Cities area Meetup groups at Meetup.

Mid-Columbia Beekeeper's Association

Mid-Columbia Beekeepers Association

The Mid-Columbia Beekeeper's Association (Facebook) is a great place to learn about the many aspects of beekeeping and honey production. Kids are allowed so invite the whole family.

Mid-Columbia Koi & Pond Club

Mid-Columbia Koi & Pond Club

The Mid-Columbia Koi & Pond Club was formed by several koi lovers who got together and decided to combine their knowledge and experience and encourage other koi and pond lovers to join them. Follow us on Facebook

Mid-Columbia Ninety Nines

Mid-Columbia Ninety Nines

The Mid-Columbia Ninety-Nines is a chapter of The Ninety-Nines, Inc., International Organization of Women Pilots. They are a group of women pilots who live in Eastern Washington and Oregon. The Mid-Columbia Chapter has monthly meetings throughout the area. Follow us on Facebook

Model Rocket Clubs

Model Rocket Clubs

Tri-Cities Rocketeers

The Tri-Cities Rocketeers (TCT) is a rocketry club serving the Tri-Cities Washington area and open to all ages and skill levels. We are an official Section of the National Association of Rocketry. Our mission is to have fun, educate and make friends as we enjoy the wonderful world of amateur rocketry!

Motorcycle Clubs

Motorcycle Clubs

50 Calibers

50 Calibers is a non-profit organization of independent bikers dedicated to the fight against cancer. Throughout the year they hold events designed to raise money for the Tri-Cities Cancer Center as well as many individuals that are in the struggle against cancer. Follow us on Facebook

American Legion Riders, Post 34

The American Legion Riders, Post 34 (Facebook) has a goal to help support veterans, families and children.

Bikers Against Child Abuse - Columbia Basin Chapter

The Bikers Against Child Abuse - Columbia Basin Chapter exists to provide aid, comfort, safety, and support for children that have been sexually, physically, and emotionally abused. Read the FAQ about Bikers Against Child Abuse.

BMW Free Riders

The BMW Free Riders are a group of motorcyclists based in the Tri-Cities area. Their membership (though comprised of mostly BMW motorcycles), is open to all types of motorcycles and their riders to promote fraternity and motorcycle safety. Their meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Round Table Pizza near the corner of Leslie and Gage in Richland.

Rattlesnake Mountain HOG Chapter

The Rattlesnake Mountain HOG Chapter (Facebook) is a local Harley Owners Group sponsored by the RattleSnake Mountain Harley-Davidson Dealership in Kennewick.

RetroRiders Vintage Motorcycle Group

The RetroRiders Vintage Motorcycle Group has motorcycles of 25 years of age or older as their common interest. They meet monthly for short rides and dinner, and meet occasionally in garages or shops to work on old bikes. During the warmer summer months they also take longer rides. In the fall, the group sponsors a bike show at J and L Hydraulics in Pasco to raise money for some good cause.

Off-Road Trail Motorsports Clubs

Peak Putters

Eastern Washington Dirt Riders Association

The Eastern Washington Dirt Riders Association (EWDRA) promotes the sport of off-road motorcycling by sponsoring non-competitive, as well as competitive events.

MidNite Mudders

The MidNite Mudders (Facebook) is an eastern Washington's 4x4 club located in the Mid-Columbia Basin.

Peak Putters

The Peak Putters is a club for owners of jeeps and trucks that like driving off-road trails for both non-competitive, as well as competitive events. Follow us on Facebook

RattleSnake 4x4s

Members of RattleSnake 4x4s have like many of you, grown up in 4x4s of one sort or another, dirt , street, even blending the lines occasionally. We've participated in and even run clubs, but always keeping to a common theme 4x4s. Follow us on Facebook

Outdoor Activity Clubs & Groups

Fishing on the Yakima River Photo by Scott Butner

Archery & Shooting Associations

There are several archery and shooting associations in the Tri-Cities that include the following:

Colyak Bowhunters

The Colyak Bowhunters is affiliated with the Washington State Archery Association and maintains an archery range located at the W.E. Johnson Park in Richland.

Tri-Cities Metallic Silhouette Association

The Tri-Cities Metallic Silhouette Association is affiliated with the National Rifle Association and maintains a shooting range located northeast of Pasco and accessible from Highway 12 to the Pasco-Kahlotus road.

Tri-Cities Shooting Association

The Tri-Cities Shooting Association is affiliated with the National Rifle Association and maintains a public shooting range at the Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facility (RMSF). Follow us on Facebook

Ben Franklin Kite Society

The Ben Franklin Kite Society is a club in Region 10 of the American Kitefliers Association. For more information about this club, contact Pamela Knight - email: or phone: (253) 841-7104.

Biking / Cycling

There are several biking/cycling clubs in the Tri-Cities that include the following:

Chinook Cycling Club

The Chinook Cycling Club is for cyclists who enjoy the sporting aspects of cycling, including both national level competitive cycling and regional level recreational competition.

Columbia Basin BMX

Columbia Basin BMX engages in the sport of bicycle motocross racing and maintains a track near the Horn Rapids Athletic Complex in Richland.

Columbia Basin Horseshoe Club

The Columbia Basin Horseshoe Club meets weekly at 6 p.m. on Monday nights from April though September at Eastgate Park (East 1300 10th Ave.) in Kennewick where there are 24 outdoor courts. Members also participate in several tournaments throughout the season. The Washington State Horseshoe Pitching Association has contact information for this club.

Desert Ski & Snowboard Club

The Desert Ski & Snowboard Club of the Tri Cities has evolved into a year around Sports and Social Activities Club for singles & couples.

Fishing & Hunting

There are several fishing and hunting clubs in the Tri-Cities that are listed below:

Columbia Basin Fly Casters

The Columbia Basin Fly Casters is a fly fishing club that was established in 1978. They are interested in developing the sport and preserving the waters and habitat that make fishing possible. Their membership is comprised of fly fishers, young and old, men and women, experts and beginners, who all have a broad range of interest and backgrounds.

Richland Rod & Gun Club

The Richland Rod & Gun Club is an organized group of hunters, fishermen, and conservationists who share a common interest in the outdoors. The Club offers an opportunity to participate in any activity associated with wildlife and the outdoors. Follow us on Facebook

Fun, Fit & Over Fifty Club

Fun, Fit & Over Fifty Club provides a wide variety of physical, intellectual, and social activities for those over 50 for all seasons - Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter.

Horseback Riding Clubs

There are several horseback riding clubs in the Tri-Cities area that include the following:

Columbia Basin Cowgirls

Columbia Basin Cowgirls (Facebook) is a chapter of the 40 Something Cowgirls. Cowgirls must be 31+ and are riding or non-riding women. Cowgirls enjoy trail riding at various locations around the Tri-Cities and at several out of town locations.

Franklin County Saddle Club

The Franklin County Saddle Club is a non-profit organization that was established to promote the association of horsemen desiring to advance the interest of good horsemanship and to support youth interest in horsemanship. Follow us on Facebook

Horseback Riding Clubs - continued

Purple Sage Riders & Rattlesnake Ridger Riders

Both the Purple Sage Riders (Facebook) and Rattlesnake Ridger Riders (Facebook) are chapters of the Backcountry Horsemen of Washingtion that participate in horseback trail riding opportunities.

Richland Riders Club

The Richland Riders Club was formed in 1949. Members of the club sponsor, organize and host equestrian events for riders in the Tri-Cities area including dressage shows, jumping shows, schooling shows, fun shows, and clinics. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Barrel Racing Association

The Tri-City Barrel Racing Association (Facebook) promotes the sport of barrel racing in the area. The association hosts barrel races every other Wednesday starting mid March until early October.

Two Rivers Riding Club

The Two Rivers Riding Club (Facebook) is a family club that enjoys doing things together with their horses. Their focus is on horesemanship, riding activities and the betterment of their families and youth.

Inter-Mountain Alpine Club

The Inter-Mountain Alpine Club has been in existence in the Tri-Cities since 1948 to encourage the enjoyment of the outdoors and to promote hiking, mountain climbing, and other activities. Follow us on Facebook

Lower Columbian Basin Audubon Society

The Lower Columbian Basin Audubon Society engages in various bird censuses, field trips, and education programs.You can take a guided bird walk on Bateman Island on (typically) the first Saturday of each month, September through June. Follow us on Facebook

Outdoor Adventures - Note: private Facebook Group

Outdoor Adventures (Facebook) is for anyone who is interested in outdoor activities. Their meetups include, but are not limited to activities such as hiking, rock climbing, mountain climbing, kayaking, mountain biking, camping, and backpacking.

REI - Outdoor Clinics & Events

REI, a sporting goods store in Kennewick, sponsors a series of outdoor related clinics and events in the Tri-Cities region. Follow us on Facebook


There are three outdoor running organizations in the Tri-Cities area that include the following:

3 Rivers Road Runners

The primary goal of the 3 Rivers Road Runners is to promote running events in the Tri-Cities and the benefits of the healthful, positive lifestyle gained through running. Follow us on Facebook

Nomad Trail Runners of Eastern Washington

The Nomad Trail Runners of Eastern Washington is a local club that provides a structured organization for the purpose of promoting trail running as a sport and healthy lifestyle within our community. Follow us on Facebook

Runners of the Sage

Runners of the Sage is a running group open to all levels, paces, and ages of runners. Each week we generally have a 2, 3, or 4 mile route option, depending on your current fitness or training plan. The routes change each week.

Tri-Cities Disc Golf Club

Tri-Cities Disc Golf Club (Facebook) is a local club formed to promote and expand the sport of disc golf in the Tri-Cities area. Their course is at Columbia Park in Kennewick.

Tri-Cities Ultimate

The Desert Lorax (Facebook) is the Tri-Cities Ultimate club that engages in weekly Ultimate pick-up games (rain or shine). Everyone is welcome including beginners.


There are several watersports related organizations that include the following:

Columbia Basin Sailing Club

The Columbia Basin Sailing Club engages in competitive sailing at Charbonneau Park on Lake Sacajawea behind Ice Harbor dam. They also host the annual Desert Regatta and teach beginning sailing classes in the summer as part of the Kennewick and Pasco Park & Recreation programs.

Desert Kayak & Canoe Club

Desert Kayak & Canoe Club (Facebook) engages in whitewater-kayaking, sea-kayaking, canoeing, and rafting activities. Note: this is a private Facebook Group.

Tri-Cities Rowing Association

Tri-Cities Rowing Association (TCRA) is a fairly new nonprofit rowing association. We offer lessons and are always happy to bring in new folks to join us on the water. TCRA currently meets to launch at either Osprey Point in Pasco or Leslie Groves Park in Richland. Rowing on the Columbia River is a magnificent experience and a unique way to connect to the natural world around us.

Rambling Rovers

Rambling Rovers Senior Travel

Rambling Rovers is a senior travel group of members who are over the age of 55, who have had at least two Covid shots and who love traveling. We have meetings once a month. Trips are announced at our general meetings and here on our website (our newsletter link). We have reached our maximum membership of 400 members at this time, but if you are interested in joining, you can call our Office Manager, Pat Fleming, at (509) 539-5459 to be placed on our joining wait list. Our office is at 660-R George Washington Way in Richland. Office hours are Monday and Thursday from noon to 2 p.m. (except holidays). Office phone number is (509) 943-2277.

R/C Modeler

RC Modelers

Miniature Aircraft Association

The Miniature Aircraft Association of Tri-Cities holds several fun flies and big bird events each year. Their planes run from the very simplest electric to big bird to scale with a growing interest in helicopters & 3D planes. Follow us on Facebook

R/C Unlimited

R/C Unlimiteds is an organization dedicated to 1/8th scale radio controlled unlimited hydroplane racing. R/C Unlimited races both "fast electric" (FE) and "nitro" (piston powered) class boats. They race on ponds all over Washington State from April through September. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Radio Control Modelers

The Tri-City Radio Control Modelers (TCRCM) is an organization for individuals interested in radio controlled model aviation and operates a premier r/c model aviation flying site in Richland. Follow us on Facebook

Republican & Democratic Committees

Tri-Cities Young Democrats

There are several Republican and Democratic committees that serve Benton and Franklin County.

Benton County Democratic Central Committee

The Benton County Democratic Central Committee welcomes volunteers and new members. We meet the 4th Thursday of every month – the location changes so please check the home page for details. If you would like to volunteer, please email the Chair at Follow us on Facebook

Benton County Republican Party

The Benton County Republican Party is organized under RCW 29A.80 and is recognized by the Washington State Republican Party. It is comprised of nearly 100 elected and appointed Precinct Committee Officers and meets the first Thursday of each month at the Islandview Worship Center, 1520 Fowler in Richland at 7:00 p.m. Meetings are open to the public and anyone interested in learning more is encouraged to go to attend. Follow us on Facebook

Franklin County Democratic Central Committee

Franklin County Democratic Central Committee serves Pasco, Mesa, Connell, Basin City, Kahlotus and unincorporated communities. We are a party of veterans, teachers, stay at home moms, healthcare workers, first generation Americans and many other community members. Join us! Follow us on Facebook

Franklin County Republicans

The Franklin County Republicans is one of 39 county Republican parties in Washington State. Franklin County is represented by the 16th and 9th Legislative Districts at the state level and the 4th Congressional District at the federal level. We meet at the Grange Hall, 6300 W. Court Street in Pasco on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Meetings are open to the public. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Young Democrats

The Tri-Cities Young Democrats (Facebook) are committed to engaging the under 36 demographic in the Columbia Basin and getting Democrats elected to office! The Tri-Cities Young Democrats embrace the principles of the Democratic Party, and work across Benton and Franklin County to promote those principles in the form of building a strong party organization, recruiting candidates and electing Democrats.

Sports Clubs - Youth

Tri-City Channel Cats

There are a variety of youth sports clubs that include baseball, basketball, bowling, football, hockey, lacrosse, roller derby, soccer, swimming, track & field, volleyball, and wrestling in the Tri-Cities.

Parks & Recreation Departments

The Parks & Recreation Departments for Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland offer a variety of youth sports related activities.

YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities

YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities offers baseball, basketball, flag football, soccer, and toddler sports.


There are several baseball & softball leagues in the Tri-Cities for various age groups that include:


3 Cities Hoops is an AAU league that provide basketball opportunities for athletes of all abilities and skill levels. Our program allows us to work with athletes as young as 3rd grade through 12th grade. Follow us on Facebook


Bowling opportunites exist for youth at two bowling centers in the Tri-Cities. Atomic Bowling participates in the Kids Bowl for Free program in the summers.


The Contenders Boxing Club is dedicated to fostering fitness, academic and leadership skills among youth and young adults through teaching the art and science of Olympic-style (amateur) boxing. Follow us on Facebook


Kennewick Grid Kids

Kennewick Grid Kids promotes the game of football for all youth 7 to 13 years old in the greater Tri-City area. Follow us on Facebook

Columbia Basin Youth Football League

Columbia Basin Youth Football League (CBYF) is an organization that coordinates the play between the individual youth football associations in the greater Tri-Cities area. They provide the rules, the schedules and the officials for over 30 teams.


Tri-Cities Amateur Hockey Association (TCAHA) offers hockey for youth of all ages and skills throughout the year. Follow us on Facebook


Richland Lacrosse Club

Richland Lacrosse Club is a K-8 lacrosse club for boys in the Richland School District and focuses on the development of skills to prepare players for a smooth transition to Richland High School Lacrosse. Follow us on Facebook

Three Rivers Lacrosse Club

Three Rivers Lacrosse Club is a K-8 lacrosse club for boys in the Kennewick School District and is a K-12 lacrosse club for girls from all three cities. The club focuses on the development of skills to prepare players for a smooth transition to Southridge High School Lacrosse. Follow us on Facebook


Three Rivers Soccer Club

Three Rivers Soccer Club is a soccer club for youth ages 8-18 that travels around and learns to work as a team while having fun playing soccer. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association

Tri-Cities Youth Soccer Association (T-CYSA) was organized to provide equal opportunities for boys and girls age 4 through 19 to learn and play the great game of soccer. Follow us on Facebook


Tri-City Channel Cats is a USA Swimming year round competitive swim team offering high quality professional coaching and technique instruction for all ages and abilities. Follow us on Facebook

Track & Field

Tri City Thunder is a USA Track and Field Club focused on providing opportunities for athletes of all ages to experience the sport of track and field while creating lasting friendships and developing leadership skills. Follow us on Facebook


Club Gold

Club Gold Volleyball provides an atmosphere that promotes learning, mindfulness, competitiveness, excellence and a love of the game of volleyball. Follow us on Facebook

Shockwave Volleyball Club

Shockwave Volleyball Club is a performance volleyball program for girl’s ages 18 and under. The USA Volleyball (USAV) governs the program and we are part of the Evergreen Region Volleyball Association (ERVA). Follow us on Facebook


Tri Cities Wrestling Club (Facebook) is affliated with USA Wrestling (USAW) and is a co-ed youth club for ages 7-22.

Three Rivers Cast Iron Cookers

Three Rivers Cast Iron Cookers

The Three Rivers Cast Iron Cookers are Dutch Oven and Cast Iron cooking enthusiasts who love to get together and cook! They host cookouts at homes, parks and campouts. They do occasional demonstrations to teach the public "How To" and some "History" of Dutch Oven Cooking.

Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club

Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club

The Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club is devoted to providing a forum for helping the club members, as well as anyone interested in amateur radio, receive the assistance needed to get the most enjoyment out of the many facets of amateur radio. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby

Tri-Cities Citizens Climate Lobby

Tri-Cities Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby is focused on the promotion of national policies to mitigate climate change. We train and support volunteers to reclaim their democracy and engage elected officials and the media towards generating the political will for solutions that will stabilize the Earth's climate. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Diversity and Inclusion Council

Tri-Cities Diversity and Inclusion Council

Tri Cities Diversity and Inclusion Council is dedicated to fostering a unified community, embracing cultures, and celebrating diversity through education, advocacy; and the promotion of cultural competence and compassion. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Fencing Club

Tri-Cities Fencing Club

Edward Gonsalves has been leading the Tri-Cities Fencing Club (Facebook) since the 1950's. His club is affliated with the Inland Empire division of USA Fencing. Lessons are typically offered through local Parks & Recreation programs or the Kennewick School District's Community Education Program.

Tri-Cities Figure Skating Club

Tri-Cities Figure Skating Club logo

The Tri-Cities Figure Skating Club (TCFSC) was established in 1988 to promote the sport of figure skating in our community. Ability is not a criterion for membership, only the enjoyment of the sport. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-Cities Stamp Club

Tri-Cities Stamp Club Photo by Richard Dickin / Tri-City Herald

The Tri-City Stamp Club engages in stamp and postcard collecting and trading. The club also sponsors an annual stamp show in October.

Tri-Cities Table Tennis Association

Tri-Cities Table Tennis Association

The Tri-Cities Table Tennis Association (TCTTA) provides opportunities for table tennis several times a week at the Richland Community Center and sponsors a two-day tournament in the spring and fall. Table tennis play is open to the public for all levels and coaching is available. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Genealogical Society

Tri-City Genealogical Society

The purpose of the Tri-City Genealogical Society is to educate members and the public on the methods of genealogical research, and to research, record, and report materials of genealogical value for the people in this region. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Kart Club

Tri-City Kart Club

The Tri-City Kart Club has been around since 1959 and offers karting opportunites for the whole family with divisions ranging from youth through seniors. The track, located in the Horn Rapids ORV Park, is also part of the Northwest Gold Cup circuit. Follow us on Facebook

Tri-City Model Railroaders

Tri-City Model Railroaders

The Tri-City Model Railroaders is open to membership from anyone interested in railroads or the hobby of model railroading. Follow us on Facebook

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