“The fluid moves of the dancers, the sound of the drums, and the voices singing brought me to tears of joy,” commented Italian exchange student Iris Gatti about the Native American focused Cultural Event held at Wishram School recently.
Thursday, Nov. 17, marked 30 years of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act protecting the scenic, natural, cultural, and recreational resources of the Columbia River Gorge.
The Underwood Conservation District’s 2017 Native Plant Sale is here.
The Friends of the White Salmon Valley Community Library invite the community to the 42nd annual Holiday Wassail Open House to be held at the library on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 2 to 5 p.m.
Walking Man Brewing is celebrating their 16th anniversary by hosting a Sweet 16 party on Nov. 23 from 6 to 10 p.m.
White Salmon’s Senior Center is a lively place Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
Watching Columbia High School football home games is more than a spectator sport for Dave Wiltsie.
The White Salmon Arts Council is seeking artists to submit design concepts for the Jewett facing wall of the Hi- School Pharmacy.
Community conversations about elders, aging and caregiving, sponsored by the Aging in the Gorge Alliance (Alianza de la Tercera Edad), were launched on Saturday, Oct. 22, with a “World Café” attended by 50 people from nearly all Gorge communities. Three experts on aging also came, driving from Portland to see this grassroots project in action.
Without the final touches, the large Styrofoam-looking sign appears monochrome. Teal and off-white shapes were the only indicator of the intended design: a leaping salmon superimposed over a forestry backdrop. This is the final stage of the new sign for White Salmon’s City Hall.
Join Everybody’s Brewing for a Bourbon Barrel Aged Beer Tasting on Thursday, Oct. 27, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Teens! You are invited to the Teen Masquerade Ball to be held on Friday, Oct. 28, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Colorfully painted rocks with vignettes, and encouraging words are being spotted all over the Gorge. Especially in White Salmon. If you look hard enough in the park, the library, or even on the sidewalks of Jewett there’s a possibility you’ll spot one.
Growing up, some kids go through a career-choosing phase, wanting to pursue the path of a doctor, marine biologist or professional athlete. For Dr. Joni Greenberger, her desire to become a vet was sparked at an early age and drove her pursuits to veterinary school, where her passion continued.
Mount Adams Parks and Recreation District (MAPARD) sponsored a community meeting last Tuesday to discuss potential support of developing safe, legal access to Lyle’s sandbar. County Commissioner Dave Sauter led the forum, which took place at the Lyle Lions Club off State Route 14.