Trail Running Film Fest, music, March 20; Gorge Grown open house features ‘Food, Inc.’ film; more
G.D.M. at River City March 15;Jaybirds in Bingen March 16; Art in Kuwait lecture March 19; more
Festival of the Fly, a growing Gorge tradition, returns Thursday for its fifth year, with a new film documenting some of the most scenic fly fishing locales on the planet.
Voices rise as 16 women stand and deliver in a new staged reading production at CAST March 14-15.
Double Mountain celebrates its 7th anniversary on Saturday, March 15, from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Stargazing session March 29; Fire Weeds at CEBU Lounge; Hood River County is reading William Stafford; Second Saturday Dance March 8
Mandolin player John Reischman has umpteen years of experience playing, recording and teaching bluegrass on the West Coast —and he never plays one note out of place.
Local blues singer Tess Barr is excited to finally announce the long-awaited release of her new CD, “Do What You Want.” The band will be celebrating at the CD release party at Double Mountain Brewery on Saturday, March 29, from 8-11 p.m.
Trail Running Film Festival; Wilderness at River City March 7; Is this your year to dance?; more
“Does My Head Look Big In This?”, a depiction of a dramatic, and oft-comic, culture clash, returns to the Hood River Valley High School stage this weekend (details below).
The White Salmon Arts Council is offering $250 for the poster design selected for this year’s Art and Wine Fusion. This is the 10th annual Fusion event in White Salmon, scheduled for Saturday, July 26.
Red & Ruby play March 7; Dancing at Elks March 6; Second Saturday Dance March 8; more
Marilyn Thompson has been singing since she was a little girl — and now, with help from her husband and family — she has a professional Nashville-recorded CD to show for it.
Skylight Theater and Columbia Center for the Arts are partnering up to bring the Reel Youth Film Festival to Hood River. The festival empowers young aspiring filmmakers to express their creativity, entertain audiences, and share their visions.
Lunafest Film Festival by, for and about women is scheduled for March 12 and 13 at Columbia Center for the Arts. The film festival is presented by Soroptimist of Hood River and includes stories of reflection, hope and humor from around the world.