Luminaria remain, but changes abound in revamped ‘Relay For Life’ July 9 at Hood River Marina
This year’s Columbia River Relay For Life, titled “Evening of Hope,” moves to a new location, and proceeds on a different, shorter schedule, with an emphasis on music, dancing, and active fun while honoring cancer survivors and treasuring loved ones’ memories.
The Hutson Museum, located at 4967 Baseline Drive in Parkdale, has planned a summer of cultural, visual and literary art exhibits in cooperation with local art groups and the Columbia Center for the Arts.
Highway lecture June 18 at Maryhill Museum of Art, Cripple Hop at Double Mt., more
It took a recent 3,000 mile road trip to confirm what I have quietly and reverently embraced for 20 years. There is no deeper feeling than the unconditional love between father and daughter.
Jim and Jean Wells were married at the Odell Baptist Church on June 18, 1966.
WELL SAID: “Some people have Crossfit. I call it ‘Bookfit.’” — Muir Cohen of Waucoma Bookstore, while schlepping a handcart full of boxes the three blocks from his store to the Post Office.
Writes Carrie Macrum of White Salmon, “I want to thank Chuck Walston for all the help he gave my family on the organization of my dad Ed Chapman’s celebration of life."
This year’s Culture Fest at Columbia Gorge Community College was indeed a Kaleidoscope of vibrant color, dance and community interaction.
Once again, in honor of “Oregon Parenting Education Week,” May 16 – 20, the Parenting Together program of The Next Door is seeking photos of children from birth to 8 years interacting with an adult in a healthy activity.
Blossom time has long held a special place on our family’s seasonal calendar.
Micro-philanthropy event supports new art projects
Gorge Soup returns with a new focus this fall: the arts. The Hood River based group is seeking presenter applications from individuals or teams from throughout the Gorge who are starting a new artistic endeavor or community initiative centered on the arts.
Don’t be late for this very important date.
WELL SAID: “An inch is a long time.”
After two years of fundraising, The Mt. Hood Town Hall Association has embarked on a complete renovation of the old kitchen in the community center along Highway 35 in Mount Hood. The association is the volunteer non-profit group which has been coordinating the restoration of the 101-year-old schoolhouse since 1988 and now manages the building for classes, events and activities.
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of the Columbia Gorge hosted its annual pool party on Sunday, April 17 at the Hood River Aquatic Center.
Hood River News on TwitterTweets by @HoodRiverNews
Latest blog posts
- New CD from Ruth Moody features Mark Knopfler (Podcast)
- Believing in what you believe
- Storm Large on wanting to be good, paying your dues, and the luxury of time
- Claudia Schmidt returns to The Dalles April 21
- Double feature: Kool Stuff Katie and Stubborn Son share bill April 15
- Solo show, new book from keyboardist Martin Gerschwitz recalls classic-rock days