Luminaria remain, but changes abound in revamped ‘Relay For Life’ July 9 at Hood River Marina
This year’s Columbia River Relay For Life, titled “Evening of Hope,” moves to a new location, and proceeds on a different, shorter schedule, with an emphasis on music, dancing, and active fun while honoring cancer survivors and treasuring loved ones’ memories.
poTENtial series brings short play about cultural stereotypes to CCA stage
Auditions for two theater productions are announced by the Columbia Center for the Arts:
Maryhill concert with Tears For Fears postponed; more
Photographer Linda Steider offers a display of nature, landscape and wildlife photography in the Hood River Library Jeanne Marie Gaulke Community Meeting Room during the month of June.
Negotiations, aiming at the extension of Pacific Power & Light Co.’s service to Dee Flat, which have been in progress for nearly two years, were brought to an end on Tuesday of this week, when the power company announced that work will be started in the near future in putting through the desired extension, and making available a modern light and power service for the progressive community of Dee Flat. Foremost in the project is Rory A. Collins, prominent orchardist and dairyman of the Flat.
Horizon Christian School sent off its Class of 2016 with a call to action: share your faith and wisdom with the world.
It was rainy, it was windy, it was cold, but the weather Friday night at Henderson Community Stadium failed to dampen the spirits of the Hood River Valley High School students and their loved ones who gathered to watch the Class of 2016 graduate.
JeanHarmon named grand marshal
Henry Schifter at The Pines; Tillinghast at Double Mt.; more
Classic old-school Gorge wind sports video footage will be screened while Ben Bonham and the guys in Bonneville Power Trio play “retro punk and old wave” music in the Classic Windsurfing Show, set for June 25, 7 to 9 p.m. at Columbia Center for the Arts.
Summer has arrived and Plays for Non-Profits is opening this season with outdoor dinner theater presenting William Shakespeare’s comedic play, “Much Ado About Nothing.”
The Hutson Museum, located at 4967 Baseline Drive in Parkdale, has planned a summer of cultural, visual and literary art exhibits in cooperation with local art groups and the Columbia Center for the Arts.
Throughout the world there exists tremendous variation in how people view and treat death: in the ritual practices tied to the disposition of the deceased, in forms of bereavement and remembrance, in the meaning and definitions attached to death, and in how people care for the dying or prepare for their own death.
HR Alliance, Immanuel Lutheran, Faith Bible Church, Parkdale churches, Riverside and Covenant Christian
Warm Springs tribal members begin Tuesday’s Centennial rededication of the Historic Columbia River Highway.
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