Help the Hood River Library win a visit from Nick Bruel, a famous children’s author; more
Ben Ballinger returns May 7; Wasco Bros. play May 9; more
How much can we inspire a community to give when its most talked-about little girl is facing the cancer fight of her life, always smiling despite the grim odds? In Hood River and beyond, that’s the question that’s been on the minds of hundreds of people, particularly those who are making tutus and planning to wear other fun costumes to show their spirit and support in the 2nd Annual Lila May Tutu Trot.
Bingo is the setting as the trying lives of South Boston residents intertwine in oft-surprising ways, in David Lindsay Abaire‘s “Good People."
‘Good People’ opens May 8; Tim Mayer seeks ‘Groove Project’ Kickstarter funding
Weather Machine, more at CEBU; ‘Hillbillies’ at Vintage Grille; more
Blossom Time, the valley-long spring festival in Hood River County, comes to a close this weekend. There are a variety of things to eat, drink, and experience.
Buetow, Hazelnuts at Everybody’s; Jazz fusion show May 21; more
May 1 dealine nears for entries
The Gorge Literary Journal, a new voice for writers in the Columbia Gorge, is soliciting short original works for publication. Partnering with The Hood River News, selected items will appear in a special newspaper section this summer. There is no financial remuneration for acceptance.
‘Voice’ finalist Taylor John Williams plays Gorge April 26; more
Mountain Film Fest April 24-26; Tracy Klass & Jeff Carrell at White Buffalo April 16; more
The Columbia Center for the Arts is planning an invitational art show entitled "Instrumental," which will be inspired by the beauty of handmade musical instruments. The show is being curated by Sarah Burr Arnold, and is planned for March 2016.
Tickets available for tonight’s Taste of Tsuruta Dinner; Blackberry Bushes at CEBU; more
‘Magnificent Seven’ April 19; Cider Fest returns April 11; more
Portland Gay Men’s Chorus performs at the Old St. Peter’s Landmark in The Dalles on Sunday, April 12, at 3:p.m. Their concert, “Celebrate the Journey,” is part of its Celebrate Oregon Tour. Celebrating its 35th anniversary, PGMC has taken concerts to Ashland and Roseburg in the Fall, Astoria during the holidays, and now travels to Pendleton and The Dalles.
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