Kids now need fishing license at age 12; ICMGA Red, White and Black Tournament; more
Racing is just part of the fun for skiers from Washington School for the Blind
An overnight at Mt. Hood Town Hall was just one part of the fun for a group of novice skiers on March 9-10.
“Brian James Patrick Doyle of New Yawk is cheerfully NOT the great Canadian novelist Brian Doyle, nor the astrophysicist Brian Doyle, nor the former Yankee baseball player Brian Doyle, nor even the terrific actor Brian Doyle-Murray. He is, let’s say, the ambling shambling Oregon writer Brian Doyle, and happy to be so.”
CAST’s production of Jon Robin Baitz’s play “Other Desert Cities” closes this weekend. Performances will be at Columbia Center for the Arts, March 25, 7:30 p.m. and March 26 at 7:30 p.m. at Rockford Grange.
Longmire at Springhouse Cellar; BPT at Moth March 26; more
The bowling season is nearing its exciting and frenetic close at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. We’re down to the wire in the Monday night Industrial League, with only one week remaining in Round 3.
Take the Hill Challenge April 16; HRMGA tournament season underway; ICMGA hosts first tournament of the season; HRVLL opening day is April 9
Tillinghast at White Buffalo; Kay Floria plays Lyle Hotel; more
The annual Community Easter Egg Hunt held each year on the Saturday morning before Easter at Jackson Park is going to be bigger and better than ever, according to Rev. Jeff Mueller of Immanuel Lutheran and the sponsoring Columbia Gorge Fellowship of Churches.
Collette Vacations will present a slideshow and information on an upcoming “Colors of New England” tour coordinated by Hood River native and past president Kay Lincoln.
Free Spring Break admission for kids at Discovery Center; KG Trio at Stave and Stone; more
3v3 indoor soccer tourney starts April 6; Meadows night operations end this weekend; Youth lax camp March 21-22; GRG All-Stars blow out JBLM
Tony Furtado at CEBU; ‘Spelling Bee’ at TWDHS; more
With only two weeks left in the regular season of the Monday night Industrial League at Hood River’s bowling fun spot, Orchard Lanes, the race for first place in the third round is really getting interesting.
Two leagues finished the season last week at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes with roll-off matches that decided their champions.
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