Vampires and Victims run is Saturday; Saddle Club hosts rummage sale; HRATS, Dirty Fingers host Halloween-themed Kleeway fundraiser party; Middle school coaches needed; CSRT FreeRide Team signups start
Cripple Hop at Springhouse; Bluesman Doug MacLeod in Hood River Oct. 17; more
St. Francis House held its annual pet blessing ceremony Oct. 10 at the youth center in Odell. Dogs, one very brave cat, and even a chicken came with their humans for a special blessing by Fr. Ron Maag, pastor at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Hood River.
Vampires and Victims fundraiser is Saturday; Saddle Club hosts rummage sale; more
For the second time in just a couple of weeks, Woody Eskildsen emerged as the No. 1 bowler of the week in league action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes.
‘Caddyshack’ screens at ‘Throwback’ film series; Bingen Theater Jam Oct. 23; mroe
A little of everything: classical music, barbecue, fruit, art, and horses
The popular Gorge Fruit and Craft Fair arrives Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 18-19, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the park-like Hood River County Fairgrounds, 3020 Wy’east Rd., near the community of Odell
Experience the passion of the world’s leading mushroom photographer, when Columbia Center for the Arts presents Taylor Lockwood and Spirit of the Forest on Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Get your freak on with the Hood River Valley High School Booster Club’s Vampires and Victims fun run and fundraiser Oct. 18, 6:30 p.m. at HRVHS.
Carl Casey found the range last week in the Monday night Industrial league at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, where he stroked three scratch 200 games on his way to a fine 646 series.
‘Chansons Francaise’ at Riverside; Film ‘GMO OMG’ at Skylight Oct. 15; more
This Week at HRVHS will be a new feature in the Hood River News, compiled by teacher Tom Ames.
National Park Service has added the Paisley Five Mile Point Caves to the United States’ listing of the nation’s most important archaeological and historic sites. Situated near the town of Paisley in south-central Oregon, archaeological excavations at the site has produced evidence of human occupation in Oregon beginning 14,300 years ago, nearly 1,000 years earlier than previously thought.
The Board of Directors of the Mt. Hood Town Hall is looking for someone who is interested in keeping a piece of history in exchange for a donation.
Bowling with the Cops and Firefighters event is Oct. 27
Hood River’s Special Olympics athletes and coaches are gearing-up and gathering donations for one of the local program’s biggest fundraisers of the year – Bowling with the Cops and Firemen. The event, in its ninth year, will take place Oct. 27 at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes Bowling Alley and will pair Gorge-area Special Olympics athletes with and against local police officers and firefighters in a friendly but fiercely-contested roll-off.