Film ‘GMO OMG’ screens at Skylight Sept. 17; ‘Sisters in Song’ Sept. 19; Dusu Mali at Everybody’s
Shannon Wheeler never thought one of his comic strips could transform into an opera. But after performances in San Diego, Portland and Albuquerque, it’s probably sinking in that Too Much Coffee Man will stick around in this seemingly far-removed artistic format.
A Columbia Gorge climate gathering and march takes place Sunday in Hood River at Riverside Community Church, Fourth and State streets.
This week volunteers at Adopt A Dog have selected Lolo as the program’s adoptable pet of the week. They describe him as follows:
Barlow Road plays Sept. 14; Catch Willie & Nelson Sept. 13-14; more
Idlewilde is the scene for fifth annual living history event
True stories live in Cemetery Tales.
Town filled with events Sept. 13-14
The community of Mosier hosts a large number of events this weekend to celebrate the city’s 100th anniversary.
Brian McNamara is a busy man.
A sneak preview will be held Sept. 20-12 during the Pear Party.
Do you have a great art display or show you’d like to produce?
PEGGY DILLS KELTER
A photograph taken in September 1961 shows a scrawny 5-year old girl with a chapped nose, glasses, and wispy blond hair.
Blood drive Sept. 18 comes at critical time
Outdoor gallery of large sculptures graces the waterfront, downtown
Two notations about sculptures in the new “Big Art” walking art gallery: one of them spins, and the other is not yet in place.
If you’ve been wondering what to do now that the kids are back in school, how about spending some time getting in shape with classes at the Mt. Hood Town Hall?
Waterfront Park drew a large crowd Sept. 7 for Hood River Waterfront Park Association’s celebration of the newly completed two-tiered amphitheater, the last phase in the park’s development. Local bands Toy Gun Conspiracy and Cripple Hop performed in the first-ever organized concert at the amphitheater.