Munchkins at the Museum; Cowboy Poetry show Oct. 18; more
The Confluence Project highlights the convergence of the history, cultures and ecology that define our region through artistic installations along the Columbia River. Colin
Terry Evans returns to CEBU; ‘Left Coast’ at River City Sept. 25; more
Local school music programs will get a boost as a result of the Music Festival of the Gorge, which premiered last week at Waterfront Park. The event raised $7,580.
Music Festival of the Gorge Sept. 19 at Waterfront Park; Million Volt Man at Horizon Christian Sept. 18-22; more
Sixth-grader Sean Counihan won the elementary division in the 7th annual Oregon Statewide Spelling Championship Sept. 5 at the Oregon State Fair, sponsored by Oregon Spellers.
HR Library hosts Songwriters in the Round Sept. 16; Lunar Eclipse viewing at Discovery Center Sept. 27; more
Outside at the Ruins; Walking Tour every Saturday; Jaime Wyatt, more at CEBU; Casey MacGill plays Sept 12
Liberty Bond Jug Band featured at annual event
In celebration and recognition of the elusive creature Bigfoot and in an effort to promote the natural beauty and local businesses in the rural areas of Skamania County, including the communities of Carson, Home Valley and Stabler, Wind River Business Association is holding the eighth annual Bigfoot Bash and Bounty on Saturday, Sept. 19, at Home Valley Park, just off Washington’s State Route 14 in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.
Art of Community large art works are all — but a few — installed including two new locations on the Heights, three downtown and three on the waterfront. A new map will be printed soon and the tour updated on the website, art-of-community.com.
School has started but summer fun continues. Hood River Education Foundation hosts a summer party, Sept. 11, 6-10 p.m, in the Ruins at Springhouse Cellar, featuring the band Cripple Hop.
HR Library hosts Songwriters in the Round Sept. 16; Patrick Haley at Growlerz; more
Songwriters in the Round, hosted by the ambassador of song Steve Hale, is a program where three songwriters Steven Hale, Tracy Klass, and Lincoln Crockett each take turns playing an original composition and sharing about why and how they wrote it.
Tess Barr at Hood Crest; Patrick Haley at Growlerz; more
‘Take Two’ at CEBU; Amber Charms dance Sept. 19; more
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