Columbia Center for the Arts has announced auditions for “A Few Good Men,” a play of trust, loyalty, friendship and truth in many forms.
Danny Barnes, Matt Sircely at Double Mountain Dec. 12; more
Peter Marbach shares inspiring story of Nepali guide Jagat Lama
Hood River photographer Peter Marbach presents an evening journeying into the heart and soul of Nepal on Dec. 18 at Columbia Center for the Arts.
The Lloyd Jones Struggle and guest guitarist Paris Slim will play a benefit blues concert for Owen Stolte at Double Mountain Brewery on Saturday, Dec. 7.
The annual Tree of Remembrance/Light Up A Life Memorial returns at 6 p.m. Dec. 12, at Anderson’s Tribute Center.
The sights and sounds of a farmers market are almost universal, whether you’re at the Gorge Grown Farmers Market or in another part of the globe.
Betsy Keith and Cheryl Rohan are friends who really, really enjoy what they do.
Friday weather causes numerous accidents, some events canceled
The winter weather is forecast to continue this weekend with frigid temperatures falling into the single-digits in some areas.
Don’t let a few pipes along the road keep you from making the Nativity pilgrimage this weekend.
The Parkdale Grange was organized on Nov.18, 1913, and meetings began in McIsaac’s Hall, above McIsaac’s Store on Baseline Road in Parkdale. Not the current store site, but the one that until a few years ago housed Jalisco Market, next to the Hutson Museum.
December is “good deal” month at Oregon State Parks. From Dec. 1-31, visitors and gift-givers can save $5 on the 12-month day-use parking permit. Parking fees are required at 26 Oregon state parks, and cost $5 per day, unless you have a 12- or 24-month pass. The 12-month pass is on sale for $25 — regularly $30 — in December.
Ballet students at Columbia Gorge Dance Academy will once again present their gift to the community, “Scenes from The Nutcracker,” in three performances Dec. 14 and 15 in the Hood River Middle School auditorium.
Leaders for Tomorrow recently visited local non-profit organizations as part of Cultural and Community Resources Day.
Short column this week — but there’s a lot going on.
Gorge Owned (GO!) welcomes archeologist Eric Gleason to the Columbia Center for the Arts on Wednesday, Dec. 4, as part of the Sense of Place lecture series. Gleason will present “One Block Through Time: The History and Archaeology of The Dalles Chinatown,” about the 19th century Chinese community that once thrived in The Dalles.