Pamela Parker at Trillium May 22; Red & Ruby perform May 29; more
Hood River author Joe O’Neill is a little busy these days.
2005 — 10 years ago: A Cascade Locks conundrum hung over the Hood River County School District’s May 11 discussions on student enrollment projections.
At Mid Valley Elementary School, it’s the same occurrence every May, as dependable as the annual arrival of one’s birthday.
Visit the Hood River Library through May 22 to view the “Finding Peace: Art Tour.” The art display is part of a larger project created by Columbia Gorge Community College (CGCC).
Fun run raises over $10,000
“I get knocked down/But I get up again/No, you’re never going to keep me down...”
Timothy Farrell writes: “Several years ago the Board of the Mountain View Memorial Cemetery suggested that I take Master Gardening classes in order to better manage the historic two acre property just outside the city limits of Hood River.
C.J. Woodward and Ken Tubbs write: “On the morning of May 6, we needed the help of medical and emergency services and was very lucky to live in Hood River County.
Ken DeRouchie Band with Tracy Klas at River City May 30; Ted Horwitz at The Pines; ‘Lowest Pair’ at CEBU Lounge; more
The Hood River Library will show a free screening of the film “After Life” (PG) on May 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Art of Community was established in 2014 by artists to build on this dynamic relationship, engage the community with art and work collaboratively to further promote and develop public art throughout the Gorge making it available to people of all ages and backgrounds.
Learn how to do family history research in the town you live in and how to find hidden resources. The class will be taught at the Hood River Library on Saturday, May 16, at 2 p.m. by local Pam Sanchez who has years of experience researching family history.
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center is giving free admission to everyone during the annual Mother’s Day Celebration on Sunday, May 10, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The free admission is offered as a thank you to the Columbia Gorge community for support over the past year.
Pamela Parker started out playing music at a super-young age — in fact, based on our phone conversation last month, she detailed her entire musical upbringing in a very clear and organized way.
Bob Connolly schedules shows; Wasco Bros. play May 9; ‘Anita Margarita’ at CEBU May 8; more
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