‘Lighters’ at Clock Tower, more
Hood River Babe Ruth baseball is back this spring and the program continues to grow since returning in 2014 after a six-year hiatus.
Sports correction; Gorge Roller Girls bout next weekend; Gorge Roubaix returns April 2
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center is joining hundreds of cultural institutions across the country on Saturday, March 12 for the Smithsonian Institution’s “Museum Day Live!” This is a nationwide campaign to reach women and girls in underserved communities and provides an opportunity to the public throughout the U.S. to enjoy and share in our nation’s dynamic heritage and cultural life.
Saunders plays White Buffalo; ‘Lighters’ at Clock Tower; more
Bowling is coming down to the wire in two leagues at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes. A four-way roll-off for the championship of the popular Tuesday Nite Mixed League is set per league rules between the top two teams in the second round, Take Ten and Montavon’s Berries, and the top two teams from round one, Team Nishi and Oh She Hit.
Sidestreet Reny at CEBU; Oregon Mandolin Orchestra plays Hood River Feb. 26; more
Reader Ellen Shapley took this photo of the moon rising above Oak Street Wednesday morning
Michael Allen stole the show in last week’s bowling league action at Hood River’s venerable Orchard Lanes.
Nonprofit gets veterans outdoors, raises funds with annual endurance race
Home With Heroes, a Vancouver, Wash., nonprofit committed to bringing veterans and active duty military together and into the outdoors to honor and thank them for their service, announces the opening for registration for their annual endurance race fundraiser, the 5K Run & Gun.
Oregon Mandolin Orchestra plays Hood River Feb. 26; Dulcimer workshop Feb. 24; more
Friends of the Historic Columbia River Highway have planned their 10th annual Gorge Ride fundraiser for June 18.
Oregon Mandolin Orchestra plays Hood River Feb. 26; ‘Cascade Duo’ returns to Big Horse Brew Pub Feb. 25; more
Blues guitarist Mary Flower plays art center March 5; Bonneville Power Trio at Solera; more
Last week at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes, the determined kegling trio of Paul Weatherly, Alex Frazier, and Lynn Spellman won the second round in the high-scoring Wednesday night Fraternal League with ease, taking it by a whopping 26.5 points over the second-place team. That’s such a wide margin, they could have all gone to Cancun instead of bowling and they still would have won!
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