The Dalles Country Club is throwing a party for the community in a little more than two weeks that includes music by three different groups on the lush front lawn. “This is our way of reaching out to be part of the community,” said Jason Miller, a club member and one of the organizers.
If you love classic cars, The Dalles, Dufur and Dallesport are the places to be this weekend. The annual “Cruise the Gorge Classic Car Show” will feature a wide variety of cars and other vehicles in a variety of settings - from stationery to cruising to racing -- and the events are free to spectators.
Arts and entertainment calendar from Aug. 4, 2016.
Linda McAllister is offering a guitar workshop at Gorge Community Music on Saturday, July 30, 1 to 2:30 p.m. McAllister has been teaching and performing guitar for 40 years and offers a relaxed and fun approach to learning.
The Bram Bratá Steel Band performed a free concert at The Dalles Civic Auditorium Wednesday noon hosted by The Dalles Rotary Club.
Nonprofit events calendar from July 20, 2016
What would it be like to be a bear, a fox, a raccoon, or an eagle? Kids ages 5 to 9 years old can explore “Animal Habitats of the Gorge” during a day camp Aug. 1-4, 9 a.m. to noon at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, 5000 Discovery Drive. Children will get to choose a favorite wild animal, then learn about each animal’s habitat.
Nonprofit events calendar from July 12, 2016
Events calendar from July 10, 2016
Chris Mumford is dusting off his drum set with the intent of starting a jam band that provides veterans with musical therapy and raises funds to meet their needs. He is seeking musicians, both “civilian” and veteran, to get involved in the outreach. If enough people sign on, Mumford wants to tackle another big challenge; perhaps setting a new world record for having the largest number of people play the same song for the longest amount of time.
Parade, fireworks and fountain dedication planned for holiday
A bronze fountain at Lewis and Clark Festival Park downtown The Dalles will be dedicated at noon July 4, immediately following the Fourth of July parade downtown. The fountain depicts three members of the Corps of Discovery expedition battling high winds as they attempt to launch a dugout canoe into the Columbia River in 1805. The fountain is the work of Jeff Stewart, a local artist living near Dufur.
What's Happening from July 19, 2016
Maryhill concert with Tears For Fears postponed The Saturday, June 18 show at Maryhill Winery with pop band Tears For Fears has been postponed. A statement on Maryhill’s website says management is “actively working with the band to reschedule the show. Fans who purchased tickets to the June 18 show are instructed to retain their tickets, as they will be valid for the rescheduled performance. Should a refund be needed once the new date is announced, please return to your point of purchase. Information on the rescheduled show date will be announced as soon as possible.” A statement on the Tears For Fears website said the band “regrettably announces they have to postpone their summer run of dates in the US due to family illness.”
Audio podcast by Jim Drake features interview with Ruth Moody, performing Friday in The Dalles.