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In spite of the pandemic, several area musicians have found an enthusiastic new audience through Age+ Circles of Care. Age+ Circles of Care is a program that connects older adults to volunteers in The Dalles and Mosier to help them with supportive services. Volunteers help with grocery shopp…

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The “Organ Crawl” featuring five historic pipe organs in The Dalles happens every other year, and 2021 is the year — only this time, the local tradition will be presented virtually.

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The Minoru Yasui Legacy Project, in collaboration with the Japanese American Museum of Oregon, will host the annual Minoru Yasui Day celebration online this year with a free and live Zoom meeting. “Immigrants and Refugees: The Path to Justice” will be held Sunday, March 27 from 1-3 p.m. Regi…

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Maryhill Museum of Art will again be open to the public beginning March 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Timed-entry tickets will be required to limit the number of visitors in the museum at any one time. Masks are required. For tickets, procedures, policies and COVID-19 protocols, visit www…

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Hood River County Reads is getting ready to kick off its 2021 season with its 2020 title, “The Highest Tide” by Jim Lynch, beginning in March.

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How does a high school performing arts department put on its annual winter play during a pandemic? If you’re Hood River Valley High School Theater Arts Teacher (and Tony Award winner) Rachel Harry, you make it into a film.

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What’s Happening is a free service of Columbia Gorge News and may be edited for length. Items can also be found online on the Columbia Gorge News website (Gorge Life tab); calendar items are updated daily. Send items to trishaw@gorgenews.com.

What’s Happening is a free service of Columbia Gorge News and may be edited for length. Items can also be found online on the Columbia Gorge News website (Gorge Life tab); calendar items are updated daily. Send items to trishaw@gorgenews.com.

What’s Happening is a free service of Columbia Gorge News and may be edited for length. Items can also be found online on the Columbia Gorge News website (Gorge Life tab); calendar items are updated daily. Send items to trishaw@gorgenews.com.

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Recalling the holiday programs from the golden age of television, the Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association is preparing a pandemic-safe, holiday-themed variety show that will bring together both national and local talent for the benefit of local charities. The “Stay At Home Holiday Musical S…

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Friends of the Columbia Gorge, a Portland-based conservation organization dedicated to protecting the scenic, natural, cultural, and recreational resources of the Columbia Gorge — is accepting submissions for its sixth annual photo contest. The 2020 contest is entitled “Picturing Protection.”

The Dalles High School Drama Department’s production of The Radio Play Disaster by Don Zolidis continues Nov. 19-20. Harlan Bean, the self-proclaimed genius, is attempting to make history with his sci-fi radio masterpiece “Battle of the Planets.” Unluckily for him, his play is in the hands o…

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Join Seth Tibbott, founder of Tofurky, on Nov. 18 for a Sense of Place lecture on his incredible journey to become a pioneer in the early plant-based food movement. While many may recognize the “Tofurky” brand, in this presentation, Tibbott will take us back to Tofurky’s roots in Klickitat C…

The little rain we had this past week has lifted the county-wide burn ban as of Oct. 15 for central (Zone 2) and western (Zone 3) Klickitat County. The burn ban remained in effect for eastern Klickitat County (Zone 1) until Oct. 31. That doesn’t mean to go crazy and burn all your winter pile…

This year our dine and drink business locations throughout the Gorge have suffered with closures. You can help support your favorites by purchasing take out and gift cards. Many of these business will offer curb-side delivery and some will deliver to your home. Let’s keep the Gorge going strong!

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