Now through October 31st

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Now through October 11th

Saturday from 9am to 1pm at The Dalles City Park on 5th and Union Street in The Dalles. Organic meats and vegetables, honey, pickles, plants and more. Go to: or call 541-298-2330 for more information.

Now through October 31st

Histories and Mysteries Challenge Event
Friends of the Columbia River Gorge Challenge!
Histories and Mysteries challenges you to explore 20 geographical and historical features of the Columbia Gorge. Join us on a guided hike or set out on your own. Prizes awarded to all Friends members who finish. Log location and date on your "passport" card and submit when completed. "Passports" can be printed by going to

Blue Star Museum Program at the Discovery Center
Date: May 26, 2014 - September 1, 2014
Free admission to all active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day, May 26, through Labor Day, September 1, 2014. Must show military ID.



July 22 - Tuesday

The chapters from the Goldendale and White Salmon PEO are having an first annual event at Maryhill called Stars Over The Gorge Tuesday July 22nd. From 7 to 10pm at the winery. Tickets are $18 each or two for $30. Ticket price includes horsd'ouevers, a desert bar and music. Wine will be available for purchase and there will be silent auctions available. There will also be a drawing for a table of wines.
To purchase tickets for this fund raiser, call Erin Black in White Salmon at 509-281-045 or Connie Pond in Goldendale at 509-773-4718.

July 27th - Sunday

Tom Graff, Honky Tonk guitar plays at the Fort Dalles Fourth Sunday Summer Concerts

Fort Dalles Museum/ Anderson Homestead

500 W 15th Street


Fortdallesmuseum.orgFort Dalles Museum
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM from now through Labor Day.
Fourth Sunday at the Fort. Bring a chair and come to the show.

Black pow
War Gatling gun! Period clothing, tents, cooking and
display tables with knowledgeable volunteers to tell you
all about 1860s Military Life
Fort Dalles Museum/Anderson Homestead
500 West 15th

Columbia Center for the Arts and CAST Theater announce auditions for Edward Albee's 1963 Tony Award-winning play,
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?". Auditions are being held in the theatre on July 27th and July 28th at 6:00 p.m. Callbacks are July 29th at 6:00 p.m. Show opens October 9th. Auditions will be a cold reading from the script. Parts of the script are available at Columbia Center for the Arts on and after July 15th.

"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf"
? "Is considered one of the top ten American productions of all time. This play is an ensemble piece at its best. There are four characters: Martha, George, Honey and Nick.
Martha: 40's, 50's (bold, boisterous and boozy)
George: 40's, 50's (intellectual, language-loving and volatile)
Honey: 20's, 30's (mousy, plain)
Nick: 20's, 30's (well put-together, good looking)

For more information please contact Deborah at


July 28th - Monday

THE DALLES—Columbia Gorge Discovery Center presents an author booksigning, from 9-11 a.m. Author E.F. Winters will be signing copies of her book, “Memeloose” at the Discovery Center’s Columbia River Trading Company museum store, 5000 Discovery Drive, in The Dalles.

The book is based on a true story from the 1840s of a Native American boy taken from home near Mt. Shasta and sold into slavery on the Columbia. Historic characters including Dr. John McLoughlin, Reverend Henry Perkins and Chief Kamiakin enrich this tale of a boy’s coming-of-age adventures while his faithful dog travels the Pacific Northwest searching for him.

One reader said, “It is a boy and dog story unlike any other.”

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Wasco County Historical Museum is the official interpretive center for the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Live raptor shows are presented daily. Hands-on, multi-media exhibits illuminate the cultural and natural history of the Gorge, including Ice Age geology, Native American culture, Lewis and Clark's cargo, the Oregon Trail, trade, transportation, ecology, and more. Family friendly, with a Kids Explorer room. Riverfront Trail offers hiking and biking and a native plant nature trail circles the pond next to the museum. The Discovery Center is located off I-84 at exit 82, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, Oregon, 97058. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Museum adult admission is $9, seniors $7, kids 6 to 16 are $5, and children 5 and under free. Basalt Rock Café is open Monday -Sunday, and Columbia River Trading Company museum store is open daily. For more information, phone (541) 296-8600 x 201, or visit

July 29th - Tuesday


July 31st - Thursday

Government Affairs Committee Meeting
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

with Mayor Steve Lawrence, The Dalles

The Barbecue Restaurant
1013 W. 6th St.
The Dalles
The Public is invited to attend

Dennis McGregor and Victor Johnson will be performing "Most People Are Good", live, at The Dalles Art Center on Thursday, July 31st at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 each and are available to purchase at The Dalles Art Center and Klindts Bookstore

Women's Cycling Group
Date: July 31, 2014
5:30 PM
Women's Cycling group forming at The Dalles City Cyclery Thursday evenings at 5:30pm women of all abilities are encouraged to attend.Back to Calendar Location:
The Dalles City Cyclery
121 E 2nd St
The Dalles, OR

August 1st- Saturday

Summertime Rock-n-Roll Dance Party
with The Sceptres!
21 and over event
Tickets $10 at the door
The Mint
710 E. 2nd St.
The Dalles, OR

Angel Ocasinio: Bilingual Comedy at The Dalles Wasco County Library

The Dalles Wasco County Library hosts nationally recognized physical comedian Angel Ocasio Friday, August 1, at 11:00 am. Oscasio offers family entertainment that combines physical comedy, magic, juggling and his unique style of clowning in English and Spanish.Back to Calendar

722 Court Street
The Dalles, OR
Contact Information:

Young Life Kids Huge Consignment SaleShare:
Name: Young Life Kids Huge Consignment Sale
Date: August 1, 2014 - August 2, 2014
Huge Consignment Sale (Formerly hosted by MOPS)
Gently worn children's, youth & women's clothing (including maternity clothes), nursery items, children's toys, all inside air-conditioned comfort.
Gateway Presbyterian Church
1111 Dry Hollow Road
The Dalles

Friday, August 1: 8 am -4pm
Saturday, August 2: 8am - 2pm

August 2nd - Saturday

NWC Parks and Recreation Artists Event. Calling all Artists and Crafters to participate. Bring your Arts and Crafts. Sell your Artowrk and meet other artists. Go to: or contact NWCPRD at 541-296-9533.

TCC School Rocks Backpack Giveaway Saturday August, 2nd from noon to 2pm at Verizon in Cascade Square.

September 4th- Thursday

The 59th Annual Steak Feed sponsored by The Dalles KIWANIS Club from 5-7pm at Sorosis Park. PLates are $15 dollars per person. Children 12yrs and younger get a Free hot Dog dinner including a drink and Ice cream. Music by The Dufur Boys. Get your tickest from KIWANIS Club members or go to:


September 6th & 7th Saturday & Sunday

Exciting Living History with the
Idaho Civil War Volunteers
Black powder, reproduction Mountain Howitzer and Civil
War Gatling gun! Period clothing, tents, cooking and
display tables with knowledgeable volunteers to tell you
all about 1860s Military Life.
Fort Dalles Museum/Anderson Homestead
500 West 15th Street, The Dalles, Oregon 97058

September 20th -Saturday

The Dalles LIONS Club Annual Golf 18 Hole Scramble

Pine Meadows Golf Club, Pine Meadows Resort, Wamic

Tee time: 11:00

Awards BBQ- 4:30-7:00

Cost $35- Includes Green fee/cart/ BBQ

The BBQ at the 19th Hole.

Submit your events notice via
Fax (541)296-3766

Questions about the events listed? contact Mona via email:

Or postal mail:
KODL Radio, P.O. Box 1488, The Dalles Ore 97058


The Senior Center is planning a trip on the Portland Spirit August 12th. Approximate cost 60.00, includes lunch, crusie and transporation. Call the Senior Center. 541-296-4788.
Ginny McNary



Attention Parents!!!!! Do you have a child between the ages of 6 and 11 with Autism? Families have from now until September 5 to enroll in a research study in which they will learn a daily massage program that has proven effective in reversing sensory difficulties and improving behavior





The Dalles area Habitat for Humanity is a Christ centered ministry whos mission is to provide decent housing. Come and partner with us by volunteering, donating and shopping at our Restore. Will you help us open the door for another family. Please call 541-296-4486 for more information on how you can be part of this local and worldwide organization.



The Dalles Main Street is looking for Volunteers

The Downtown is getting a Spring Clean Up and Main Street needs volunteers to help. If you are interested in helping out from March to April 2014 contact Mian Street Coordinator Matthew Klebes at 541-370-2966 or




Fort Dalles Museum needs volunteers for the upcoming tourist season! Tell visitors about local history; volunteer as many or as few hours a week as you wish. Our professional staff will help make your experience rewarding for you and valuable to our visitors.

Please call Fort Dalles at 541 296-4547 for information about becoming a Museum volunteer, email or visit to download a volunteer application.


What Is Happening at The Mid Columbia Senior Center


JULY 22nd – August 4th


Phone: 541-296-4788 e-mail: website:


With the help of Ginny McNary, the Center has scheduled the following 4 Tuesday day trips.

July 29th - Oregon Gardens in Silverton. $35.00 includes transportation and admittance to the garden. August 12th – One-hour cruise on the Sternwheeler; no host lunch at the Charburger; Interpretive Center in Stevenson. $50.00. August 26th - Two hour Portland Spirit cruise with lunch for $60. September 22nd - Warm Springs Museum $30.

There is only room for 20 for each trip and we are now accepting payment to hold your spot.


Thanks to the generosity of Flagstone Senior Living and the Mid-Columbia Area Agency on Aging, there will once again be a “Senior Picnic in the Park” at the Wasco County Fair on Thursday, August 14 (Free Admittance Day sponsored by Mel’s Sanitation) beginning at

11: 30. And you can let LINK do the driving! The bus will leave the Center at 10:00 and start the trip back after the picnic around 1:00 PM. The cost is $3.00 each way and the seating is limited to only 14 plus two wheelchairs. Call the Center to reserve your place on the bus.


Congratulations to Diana Weston whose ticket for a beautiful quilt hand stitched by the Senior Center Quilters was drawn at the Saturday Cowboy Breakfast. The next chance to win one of the two quilts hanging in the lobby will be at the Christmas Breakfast in December.


MEDICARE ASSISTANCE – Available by appointment. Call the Center at 541-296-4788.



The Rorick House (300 W 13th Street) is now open through August.


COLUMBIA GORGE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Celebration August 2nd No-host breakfast 7:00 AM at Lyle Lions Club Community Center; Home site tour in Lyle 9:00 AM; Home site tour at 1301 E 12th in The Dalles and celebration 10:00 AM; and concludes with Reception at ReStore Store at 11:00 AM.

CAR RAFFLE – THE DALLES ART CENTER. The Dalles Art Center is holding a raffle for a running, 1984 Plymouth Colt. The car will be custom painted with "space art" live by Lettie Young and Angel Avila at Ernies Locks and Keys during the Neon Nights Cruise on Friday August 8th. Tickets available now: $5.00 each @ The Dalles Art Center.

WASCO COUNTY FAIR FREE SENIOR PICNIC. Thursday August 14th 11:30. Sponsored by Flagstone Senior Living and the Area Agency on Aging.

BUCK BRUSH BRAMBLE GOLF TOURNAMENT, Tuesday, August 19th Shotgun Start at 9:00 AM. To register contact Kristen May @ Discovery Center 541-296-8600 x212

MONTHLY Mystery Trips. An adventure plus lunch for only $40.00. To register call Hood River Community Ed at 541-386-2055 or email


MINDFULNESS& BREATH WORK Wednesday, August 13th from 7:00-8:30 PM at Water’s Edge. Register by calling 541-296-7319.

Flagstone Health and Well-Being Monthly Lecture Series

August 13th 6:00 PM – Cataract Awareness Month presented by Cascade Eye Center. If you have questions please call 541-298-5656.

STROKE SUPPORT GROUP – 2nd Wednesdays Water’s Edge 2nd Floor Conference Room


DRAW A BETTER PAINTING CLASS with ED LABADIE. 9:30 – 4:00 PM, August 8th and 9th at The Dalles Art Center. Cost: $120 for both days. All levels and styles welcome. More info contact Carmen Toll at 541-296-4759


July 26th The Dalles Eagles – The Simcoe Boys 7:00 – 11:00 PM

July 29th Dufur Boys at @ the Center

August 5th The Strawberry Mountain Band, Tuesday Night Music @ the Center 7:00 – 9:00

August 12th Martin and Friends, Tuesday Night Music @ the Center 7:00 – 9:00


DRESSES FOR AFRICA SEW IN DAY July 28th, Monday 10 AM Sovereign Grace Baptist Church, 1002 Sunflower. Bring sewing machine, scissors, thread and sack lunch. Sew kits are available or bring fabric to contribute. Info Corliss Marsh 541-296-8618.
SHIBA VOLUNTEER TRAINING – Learn how to assist Medicare recipients with their Medicare questions. August 26th and 27th 9:00 – 4:00 at the Center. To register contact Mary at the Mid-Columbia Area Agency on Aging 541-298-4101. Lunch provided.


The Dalles Dam Visitor Center is NOW open 7 days a week 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Labor Day weekend. Tours are given Saturdays and Sundays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. It is recommend to call ahead and schedule. After Labor Day weekend they will be open Friday through Sunday through the end of September. No fees are charged at this location.

541-506-7819 or 541-296-9778

Directions: From I-84, take exit 87 and go east on Brett Clodfelter Way. Also at the junction of Hwy. 197 and I-84.

Resource Tool - OAIN The Oregon Agricultural Information Network database is maintained by The Economic Information Office in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and contains production and sales information for over a hundred agricultural commodities at the state level since 1976. The OAIN database, along with commodity data sheets, enterprise budgets and AG tools for Managing Risk can be accessed at this site:

Volunteers needed for the Oregon Veteran's Home. Volunteers are sought for positions to read to residents,writing and also arts and crafts activities. Also seeking volunteer drivers for the recreational bus. For information contact Jade Cantrell:541-296-7190


Volunteers are needed at the Salvation Army Thrift store. Help sort and organize donated items. Hours are Tuesday through Fridays from 10am - 6pm and Saturdays from 9am to 5pm. Info: 541-296-6417 Now is the time to really help out.

Catlink, a nonprofit organization in The Dalles is looking for volunteers. You can help. Email

AWANA is in our area. This is a non-denominational Christian organization that focuses on memorizing

Bible verses and learning Biblical stories. There are three groups: Cubbies:3-4 yr olds, Sparkies: K-2nd gr and Truth and Training girls and boys, 3-6 grades. We are meeting at Calvary Baptist Church in The Dalles from 6pm every Wednesday evening. Children ages 3 yrs through 6th grade are invited to come. For more info call 541-296-2711,


Columbia Area Transit offers "fixed route" transportation from Hood River to The Dalles and back to Hood River. The cost of the ride is $3 each way. A complete schedule is available on line by Clicking here! and then selecting the "fixed route" option. You can call (541)386-4202 for more info.

White Salmon Arts Council

Wasco and Klickitat county residents are invited to visit the Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro!

Skamania County EDC Website

The Skamania County Economic Development district has a website.

The website contains updated business information, resources for new or existing small businesses, and information for businesses that are looking to expand or relocate tSkamania county.

Skate Parks

The Dalles Skate Park is located at 602 W. 2nd St. at upper Thompson Park west of the pool.

Hood River Skate Park is located at 20th and Wasco St. in Hood River

Both skate parks offer obstacles from beginner to advanced and are open till dusk. Free

FRIENDS of the Skatepark is an organization to help support and promote the Skatepark. Meetings are open to the public and we welcome advice and input from youth and adults.