Planning your week in entertainment
May 11 entertainment update
CAST Theater and Columbia Center for the Arts present Annie Baker’s award winning play: “Circle, Mirror, Transformation,” on May 9.
For many expectant mothers in our community, the excitement of having a baby is diminished by serious life stresses. Soroptimist International of Hood River invites the whole community to make a difference for these new families.
Tess Barr at Waucoma Club
Bird walk on Indian Creek Trail; ‘Historic Secrets’ show May 15; FISH benefit May 4 at The Pines; Flamenco dance at Gallery 301
On May 3 and 5, some of the Gorge’s most popular musicians are soon to be featured with the Columbia Gorge Sinfonietta.
Street party at Double Mtn.; Asian Dance recital May 5; Meet ‘100 Hikes’ author; Shoe contest, ‘Kinky Boots’ at Columbia Center for the Arts; VOCI choral concert May 12-13; FISH benefit May 4 at The Pines; Flamenco dance at Gallery 301; Adopt-A-Dog’s sale May 11
The Going to the Dogs Rummage Sale, a fundraiser for Hood River Adopt-A-Dog, will be held on Saturday, May 11, from 9-4 p.m. and Sunday, May 12, from 12-4 p.m. at the Cody Fruit Stand, 3475 Graves Drive in Odell. Sunday is half price day for pet “moms.”
FISH benefit May 4 at The Pines; Flamenco dance at Gallery 301; Bunzow Band, more at Bingen Theater April 27; Roosevelt Dinner Theatre at Discovery Center May 14; ‘Troubadours’ visit April 26
The Columbia Center for the Arts needs you! Volunteers are needed for several events in May.
The third-annual SMART Tongue Twister Tournament will be held Friday.
‘Groove for Thought’ April 26; Swing with the Sinfonietta; New Orleans jazz at Elks May 4; Art Krug at The Pines April 26; Smiley at CEBU Lounge; Stillman at Gallery 301