Rescheduled due to snow
The Hood River Library had planned to celebrate its updated children’s area last Saturday — but the event was canceled due to snow.
Birthday gifts to help kids
When Addison Postlewait turned 10 on Jan. 13, he had a different sort of birthday celebration in mind.
Hood River County School District is sponsoring an Illustrated Poetry Writing Contest for students in elementary, middle and high school. Submissions are due Feb. 15 to school librarians.
Daredevils play ‘80s Ski Party; Wasco Bros. at Clock Tower; Comedy Night at Lyle Hotel; Origami for Fun and Profit*
The library will host a reading and Q&A with Hood River author Richard McBee. He will read from and discuss his book, “The Ghosts of Ukuthula.” The reading will be held on Feb. 4 at 2 p.m.
Decker nominated for U.S. Air Force Academy; Rigert named to President’s List; MSU announces Dean’s List
Who knew that a dress purchased at Goodwill in Oregon for $19.99 would make such a big splash in Germany?
“The Columbia River: From Source to Sea,” the new exhibit by Hood River photographer Peter Marbach, opened Jan. 18, at the Oregon Historical Society a few days later than planned because of inclement weather in the Portland area and the Gorge.
Every year, bald eagles congregate along the Columbia River in search of food during their winter migration.
Formal dedication of the new high school building at Odell took place Saturday evening.
New friends, exotic finds along the old Silk Road
Thirty-one years ago, we bought the dilapidated 1893 house across the street from Bette’s on Oak Street, betting that one day (once our kids were grown), we would fashion the old house into a boutique in which to sell treasures we might collect while traveling the world.
The film “The Seeker” featuring the music of the band Cloud Cult will screen Feb. 3 at Columbia Center for the Arts, sponsored by Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital and Hood River Coffee Roasters. Peggy Thompson, Hood River Coffee Roasters, worked with the CCA to bring “The Seeker” to Hood River.
“How Recipes Can Preserve History & Nourish Community” and the experimental music of MOsley WOtta start the second “poTENtial” performance series next month at Columbia Center for the Arts.
The weekly Women in Black demonstration expanded Friday to 10 women giving silent witness to universal justice.
Richard and Tova Tillinghast perform at the White Buffalo Thursday, Jan. 26.