Wednesdays through December — Pokemon Club, 4-5 p.m. at Hood River Hobbies. Ages 7-13; $5. Registration and parent check-in required. Bring a deck. Learn to play, battle with friends. More at info@ hoodriverhobbies.com
Second-grader Nolan Buel finds presents as names are called by his dad, Brandon Buel.
The Mt. Hood National Forest will be accepting proposals for new outfitter guide temporary use permits during the open season from Jan. 1 through March 1.
Soul Street at White Buffalo, Ben Bonham at Stave and Stone, more
Living in Hood River affords you the opportunity of experiencing four unique seasons.
‘Al & Nolan’ at Stave and Stone, New Year’s Eve music planner, more
For the second week in a row, cold Artic flurries dumped on us, frustrating more 10-pin bowling action at Hood River’s Orchard Lanes.
Although winter only officially began today, its weather has been hanging around Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge for a while now.
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) joins America’s State Parks in sponsoring “First Day” hikes in 21 Oregon State Parks on New Year’s Day.
Yellow “Caution/Cuidado” tape stretches from power pole to power pole at Seventh and Montello.
‘What, When, and Where’
La Boheme screens Dec. 18, Karaoke at Thirteen-O-One, more
Trash to Treasure class participants enjoy their “upcycled projects” class Tuesday at Old Trunk Store, owned by Karin and Dan Platt, on Dee Highway.
Weather permitting, two Christmas-themed plays run simultaneously this weekend: “The Twist and the Trees” and “Owen Meany’s Christmas Pageant.”
Snowfall in the Columbia River Gorge meant that many people didn’t have to go up to Mt. Hood Meadows or Teacup Lake to get their winter recreation fixes.