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THE DALLES — The Dalles Main Street will be hosting a family night following the tree lighting and Starlight Parade on Nov. 25.

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Thanksgiving may be known for a big, sleepy meal, but if you’re looking for a way to get active and move your body before your holiday feast, look no further than one of the many Turkey Trots hosted throughout the Gorge. Below is a list of the ‘trots’ happening in our various communities

The Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum (CGICM) in Stevenson will host a new art exhibit in December titled “Skamania’s Artists of Tomorrow!” This all-youth art exhibit will feature works of art from public and homeschool students, grades K-12, who live in Skamania County.

Glenwood High School Senior Alise Gimlin, daughter of Amy and Brent Gimlin, was recently inducted into both The National Honor Society of High School Scholars and Phi Theta Kappa for her high achievements in the classroom. Alise is on track to graduate with her Associate Degree when she grad…

Ageless Awards Friday; Eden Grow Systems hosts open house; Thrive HR celebrates 45th; Coat drive at Cousin’s; Bookmobile stops at community park; Free community playgroup meets

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The Dalles High School class of 1952 gathered for their 70th reunion this summer, meeting at The Dalles Country Club. Pictured are, left to right, front row, Barbara Winterfeld, Marilyn Urness, Judy Dosier, Emma Stanek; middle row, Jerry Froebe, Maxine Callinan, Rex Kniesteadt, Robert Ransla…

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Recently, veterans living at The Springs at Mill Creek in The Dalles gathered together in honor of Veterans Day and their service to our country. Pictured left to right starting with the back row are: Lewis Flint (U.S. Army, U.S. National Guard, Corporal), Bruce Witzel (U.S. Air Force, Staff…

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HOOD RIVER On Oct. 30, 20 of Kendra Apland’s music students performed in Halloween recitals for residents of Hawks Ridge Assisted Living in Hood River, to the delight of residents there. Students dressed in Halloween costumes to accompany their performances.

Underwood author Mari Matthias will discuss her new book, The Runestone’s Promise, on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Hood River Library. Matthias will read some passages, share about her inspiration and process, and be available to sign books.

Unit 20, ORE meets Nov. 15; St. Mary’s hosts harvest fest; Energy Assistance applications available; Wilhite at The Dalles Art Center Nov. 17; St. Mark’s hosts holiday bazaar; Coming up at TD Library; FVRLibraries host teen writing contest

HOOD RIVER — After years of delay, the Tile Project, a community art fundraiser for The Hood River Warming Shelter, is finally ready for unveiling.

HOOD RIVER — The newly formed Hood River JDM Van Club (Japanese Domestic Market) hosts “Cram the Van” food drive beginning at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6 at Solera Brewery, Parkdale.

Portland’s Darcelle XV and Company visited The Dalles last weekend, performing two shows at Route 30 Bottles and Brews. The cast, featuring Poison Waters, BinKyee Bellflower, Alexis Campbell Starr, Bebe Jay, Syra St. James, Mr. Mitchell, and Summer Lynne Seasons, lip-synced and performed to …

In Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association’s biggest, boldest and most emotion-filled program ever, the Gorge Sinfonietta will present Nights of Romance at 7 p.m. on Nov. 18 and 2 p.m. Nov. 20 at Wy’east Middle School’s Performing Arts Center.

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Wasco County Historical Society invites the public to attend its annual membership meeting Saturday, Nov. 12 in the historic IOOF Hall located above the Pioneer Electric Store, 421 E Second St., The Dalles. Entry is by either the stairs or elevator, on the southeast side of the building, off…

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Entertainment Update is a weekly listing of live performances happening in our communities. Submit entries by email to Jacob Bertram at jacobb@gorgenews.com, or call 541-296-2141 ext. 106. Entries are free of charge and are published as space permits.

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Spaghetti and live music benefit; HR Museum hosts annual fundraiser; Wizard of Oz auditions open to kids; Radio Tierra hosts AGA book talk; Coming up at TD Library; RAGS hosts amateur radio tech license class; Movies at the Cascade Locks library

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Hood River Valley High School theater students have spent the past six months working on the fall musical “Anastasia,” which begins its three-week run this weekend, Oct. 28-29 at 7 p.m. in the Bowe Theater.

The Lyle Activity Center, 308 Klickitat St., will host a Trunk or Treat event beginning at 5 p.m. on Oct. 31. There’ll be a kids costume contest with prizes, as well as a best trunk contest with prizes; judging begins at 6 p.m.

If you read the Glenwood News very often, you know by now how much I like to celebrate our Glenwood kids, past and present. I received some great news this week regarding Carmen Guzman. Carmen, the daughter of Blas and Laurie, was part of the class that graduated in 2020, although she switch…

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