Workshop, concert Sept. 19
One From Many, a rock band from Portland, will be at the Columbia Center for the Arts on Thursday, Sept. 19. The band promises a unique experience, because in addition to the regular concert, One From Many will be offering a free community workshop starting at 6 p.m.
Wasco Bros. at Clocktower Ales; Songwriters team up Sept. 13; ‘Wild & Scenic’ films Sept. 20-21; Everybody’s celebrates 5 years; Birdwatchers needed Sept. 21; Pigs on the Wing Sept. 7; United Way benefit Sept. 20; Aeromodelers meet at WAAAM
There’s entertainment and more all weekend at Daubenspeck Park in Bingen, Wash., for the annual Huckleberry Festival.
“Basho” is a name you don’t hear about too often. As it turns out, Basho, one half of the folk duo consisting of Jenn Rawling and Basho Parks, had “some cool hippie parents,” and the name stems from Eastern philosophy, namely a 17th century haiku poet from Japan.
‘Amber Charms’ Sept. 14: Scarlet Thistle Studio presents Amber Charms at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River on Sept. 14.
Folk duo hits the stage at CEBU Lounge
Hit Machine might have gone all night, but the concert, and the 2013 Families in the Park series, had to end sometime.
Plein Air show, reading on tap; Author Teri Brown visits Sept. 6; ‘One From Many’ offers band workshop Sept. 19; Dance at HR Elks Sept. 5; Kit Garoutte at The Pines; Rawlings, Parks at CEBU Lounge
The Dufur Boys will present an evening of country music at the Kiwanis Steak Feed which takes place Thursday, Sept. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Sorosis Park in The Dalles.
Manimalhouse plays Pint Shack; Hazelnuts Friday at Pourhouse; Beautiful Wrecks at Double Mtn.; Joseph Appel at Rivertap; Mark Womble, Sugar Daddies play Waving Tree ; Will West, Barlow Road at Ruins; CEBU rocks this weekend
Labor Day weekend is here, and with it a Hood River signature for this weekend, and all others, the Roy Webster Cross Channel Swim.
Songwriters team up Sept. 13; Pigs on the Wing Sept. 7; Dance at HR Elks Sept. 5; ‘Wild & Scenic’ films Sept. 20-21
Entertainment happenings around the Gorge
Stage reading of "Cell" at Columbia Center for the Arts on Aug. 25
New singers invited to apply
Members of the community are invited to join Mid Columbia Community Choir for its 22nd season. “It’s that time of year when I begin contacting choir members, past and present, to come and join the choir for another great season of choral music,” said director Perry Cole of Hood River.