‘Breaking N the Gorge’ Aug. 7; TEN30 at River City July 31; more
I’m not going to lie — cows freak me out.
Concerts at Skamania Lodge; The Pines celebrates July 31; more
Gorge residents grace the podium in multiple categories in annual freestyle kiteboarding event
Though there weren’t any new events to specifically commemorate its 15th running, this year’s Bridge of the Gods Kite Fest still had plenty of highlights.
Wild Woman Trail Run results; Tennis camps starting soon
The Columbia Gorge Windsurfing Association’s Gorge Cup race series will have its second-to-last race of the season this weekend in Hood River and will wrap up in less than three weeks.
Where art thou? Auditions for ‘Romeo & Juliet’ Aug. 1-2; more
Hood River County Fair concludes Saturday, and there is plenty for kids — beyond the ever-popular amusement rides. The fair opens at noon; carnival rides begin at 1 p.m.
Runs, hikes, music, and educational events in store for resort’s second summer season
Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort usually asks its patrons to “pray for snow,” but for the month of August, “pray for sun,” would be probably be a better request.
A summer series with Greg Stiegel
With one week left in July, we have had an action-packed summer. Warm weather and west winds all spring have made summer feel eternal — no complaints here! The waterfront has been abuzz with fun, community-oriented events that do a great job of celebrating the beautiful place and people we have here in the Gorge.
Gorge Grown Mobile Farmers’ Market is making a stop at Hawks Ridge Assisted Living Center on Fridays from 4-6 p.m. on the south lawn. The next market will be held July 24. Everyone is invited to attend.
Joni Harms concert Aug. 2; August Summer Concert Series at Mt. Hood Meadows; more
Big-air kiteboarding competition has biggest year yet despite reluctant winds
The winds may have taken their sweet time getting to Rufus this weekend for the annual Hood River Huckfest competition, but for both participants and spectators, it was worth the wait.
In the wake of continued above-average high temperatures, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has instituted new fishing regulations to help mitigate the stress on salmon and other fish that has been caused by the heat and low water levels.
Indian Creek Men’s Golf Association offers congratulations to Jake Morgan, the 2015 ICMGA Club Champion. Jake continued his outstanding play on the third day of competition with a 70-stroke game and finished with a three-day total of 212, four strokes under par.
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