Gorge Ecumenical Ministries Annual Ministries held its 2016 Annual Celebration and Dinner on Sunday May 1, at Riverside Community Church (UCC) in Hood River.
Los Perros Olividades, a Mexican punk band, will perform starting at 7 p.m. Saturday at Dirty Fingers Bicycle Repair for the business’s ninth anniversary celebration.
Portland musician-troubadour-folk-preacher McDougall returns to Hood River on Friday with a new CD that expands his regular one-man show into new territory: a full band sound.
HRVHS Film Festival May 26; Go and Catch ‘Feed the Dogg’; more
Covenant Christian hosts OCC fundraiser
Hood River Alliance Church, 2650 Montello Ave., will host a summer kids’ vacation bible school event called “Expedition Norway” from June 20-23 and running from 9-11:45 a.m. Children ages 4 to fifth grade are invited to attend.
EnviroGorge wants to encourage kids to get outside this summer and write about their experiences.
Bailey McManus, Columbia Gorge Community College student and president of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, is Soroptomist International’s $5,000 Live Your Dream award recipient.
Nicholas Cooper makes Dean’s List; Ellie Rinella featured in student anthology
Woody Alexander Johnson, of Hood River and Portland, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree at Lewis & Clark College’s 143rd commencement ceremony, held on May 7, 2016.
Broadway and jazz are both quintessential genres of American music, and not surprisingly, they have a history of coming together in surprising ways.
Soroptimist International of Hood River will honor Becky Bugge, Dottie Gilbertson, Martha LaMont and Cherie Vannet, this year’s winners of the Women of Distinction Award.
Hip Hop history is the topic at Columbia Center for the Arts on Saturday, June 4.
‘Cahill’ at Everybody’s May 13; Skamania Lodge hosts annual free Live Music Series; more
In Eliot Treichel’s debut young adult novel, “A Series of Small Maneuvers,” 15-year-old Emma Wilson finds herself alone on the river after the accidental death of her father on a wilderness canoe trip meant to bring them closer together.
During the month of May, Beyond the Block will be showing their art exhibition “Building(s)” at the Hood River Library in the Jeanne Marie Gaulke Community Meeting Room. The art quilts were created by members of Beyond the Block in response to a challenge to make artwork 14” wide by 42” long, with a vertical orientation in representational or abstract design, conveying the concept “Building” (noun or verb).
On Thursday, April 28, a big crowd of local mamas and many others shared big laughs in support of a local perinatal program.
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