Best Things To Do With a Date in Tri-Cities – Our Top 12
If you're tired of going to dinner and a movie, 102.7 KORD has come to the rescue! Here are a dozen awesome ideas close to home or for day trips. Most are inexpensive and full of opportunities to get to know the other person or create some chemistry.
8524 W. Gage Blvd. Ask for Beth 5-6 p.m. is Jitterbug and Swing. 6:30 and on is all types of Western dancing. $5 per person. This is every Tuesday except Valentine's Day.
This sport reminds me of Boy Scouts -- not what you'd call romantic. I'm new to the Tri-Cities, however, and half the people I meet casually throw out geocaching as a hobby. So if you haven't tried it, it's time to find someone who has to teach you in exchange for dinner and ice cream.
Small groups do not need an appointment.
This was my co-worker's most romantic date ever. If you feel too old for Chuck E. Cheese, try any big bowling alley's arcade. The movie they watched was, "When Harry Met Sally" -- a safe classic.
Cheese Louise at 619 The Parkway in Richland offers 5-6 classes each season and lasts about two hours. Cost varies but includes all the samples and needed materials. Classes are about pairing cheese and other fine food topics.
Bergstrom Aircraft, Inc. does 30-minute scenic flights over the Columbia River and surrounding cities.
Check your local library to rent a projector.
Country Mercantile Inc. 232 Crestloch Rd., Pasco 545-2192
Yes, this was the first date of someone in my office... and it worked. They got married.