Mid Columbia Senior Center 
 
Northwest vocalist Nehemiah Brown will be performing at the Mid-Columbia Senior Center on Friday, March 3rd from 7:00 – 9:00 PM sponsored by The Dalles Health and Rehabilitation Center. Known for his buttery smooth voice, Nehemiah sings pop, country and gospel standards from the 50’s and 60’s. Tickets are $3.00. Open to all ages.
 
Mid-Columbia Senior Center, 1112 W 9th Street, The Dalles.  BINGO SATURDAY NIGHT, FEB. 25.    Over $1100 will be paid out during the night.  With an additional $1,000.00 payout for a blackout in 61 numbers or less on the final game.  Minimum buy-in is $10.00.  DOORS OPEN AT 4pm.  BINGO STARTS AT 6pm.  ALL AGES WELCOME, (12years-18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian).  New players encouraged to arrive by5:30 

 

 

 

 

 GORGE EVENTS 2017

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cascade Volcanoes

THE DALLES— Take a virtual tour of the Cascade Volcanoes with Dr. Tom Pierson, Friday, February 17 at Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, Oregon. An optional dinner begins at 6 p.m., followed by the 7 p.m. presentation.

Scenic snow-capped volcanic peaks form the backbone of the Cascade Range from southern British Columbia to northern California. Mount St. Helens captured our attention in 1980 and again in 2004. What if another Cascade volcano erupts? Are the Cascade volcanoes a threat? Is there a connection between earthquakes and volcanic eruptions?  And what can we do to prepare for any future eruptions in the Cascades? 

These are some of the questions to be addressed in a virtual guided tour through the Cascades, with Dr. Tom Pierson. Dr. Pierson is the senior research scientist at the U.S. Geological Survey’s Cascade Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, Wash. He will look at the eruption potential of these magnificent volcanoes, with a special focus on southern Washington and northern Oregon.

The evening’s dinner menu is spinach, sausage and cheese stuffed Portobello mushrooms, sautéed broccolini, roasted rosemary potatoes, rolls, and dessert. Tickets for the dinner and program are $19, the 7 pm program only is $5. Museum members receive $5 discount.

Reservations are required by February 15. For more information, call 541-296-8600 x 201, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, or visit www.gorgediscovery.org

 

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center is located off I-84 exit 82, at 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles, Oregon, 97058.  Take I-84, exit 82, one mile west on Hwy. 30. The museum is open 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. For information, call 541-296-8600 x 201 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. daily, or visit www.gorgediscovery.org.

 

 

Goldendale/Klickitat Bookmobile Schedule   January-June 2017

January 2-7- Bookmobile will be down for maintenance

TUESDAY WEEK I

Jan 10, 24; Feb 7, 21; Mar 7, 21;

Apr 4, 18;  May 2, 16, 30

Wishram School                               9:30-10:20

West Wishram Tennis Courts         10:25-10:45

Pitt                                                       12:45-1:00

Klickitat School                                   1:15-2:00

Wahkiacus  School                             2:30-3:00

 

WEDNESDAY WEEK I

Jan 11, 25; Feb 8, 22; Mar 8, 22;

Apr 5, 19; May 3, 17, 31

Centerville School                             9:30-11:30

Simcoe Manor                                   12:30-1:20

Willis Road                                          1:40-2:15

Georgeville                                          2:45-3:30

 

THURSDAY WEEK I

Jan 12,26; Feb 9, 23; Mar 9, 23;

Apr 6, 20; May 4, 18; June 1

Lee                                                       9:15-9:30

Roosevelt School                               10:00-11:35

Alderdale/Mercer Ranch

                Main Office                         12:55-1:35

Columbia River Country Store                 2:05-2:35

Sundale Fruit Company                             3:10-3:35

 

TUESDAY WEEK II

Jan 17, 31; Feb 14, 28; Mar 14, 28;

Apr 11, 25; May 9, 23

Cleveland                                                      11:00-11:30

Bickleton Post Office                                   12:15-1:15

Bickleton School                                           1:20-3:00

 

WEDNESDAY WEEK II

Jan 18; Feb 1, 15; Mar 1, 15, 29;

Apr 12, 26; May 10, 24

Lyle Market                                                    9:45-10:05

Lyle High School                                             10:25-12:30

Dallesport School Building                            1:45-3:00

 

THURSDAY WEEK II

Jan 19; Feb 2, 16; Mar 2, 16, 30;

Apr 13, 27; May 11, 25

Appleton Post Office                                       10:15-11:00

Timber Valley                                                    11:15-12:00

Klickitat Mini Park                                             1:15-3:30 

The Gathering

February 1st, 2017

Starts at 5:30 pm with soup supper, singing, nondenominational interactive message and music.
1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

601 Union Street
The Dalles, OR

541-296-4675

 

ORIGINAL COURTHOUSE

REGIONAL HISTORY FORUM

SERIES FOR 2017

 

Programs begin at 1:30 p.m. in the upstairs courtroom

of the 1859 courthouse, 410 West 2nd Place,

The Dalles

behind the Chamber of Commerce / Visitors' Center

The programs are free but donations are always appreciated.

 

Saturday, February 4

Postponed until March 4th

Now Playing at the Vogt:  The Dalles’ Forgotten Opera House

Karl Vercouteren helped produce a musical review of songs heard at the Vogt Grand Theatre last September in the Morin Printing building.  His new program features photos of the almost-forgotten cultural center that hosted traveling troupes and locally-produced entertainment from 1890 to 1916.

 

 

 Saturday, February 18 

Art Deco Architecture:  The Gorge

Hood River freelance writer and architectural historian Ellen Shapley has a passion for history and the design of the built environment of our area. She will share her discoveries of local Art Deco treasures from the 1920s and 1930s and tell stories of the people who commissioned and created

both small gems and bold statements in our towns.

 

Saturday, February 25 

Thomas Condon as Paleontologist

Author, former professor of geology, and current director of the U of O’s Condon Museum, Bill Orr will evaluate Condon as a scientist based on what can be learned from Condon’s collection of fossils.  The 2016 OPB “Oregon Experience” program explored “the father of Oregon geology’s” connections with the Original Courthouse as well as his pioneering scientific work.

 

Coffee and cookies will be served.

 

Become a member of Original Courthouse – help preserve local history!

 

Youth Robotics (K- 4th Gr) Info Session on Feb 15

Parents and teachers of young students interested in robotics are invited to an information session for FIRST LEGO League Jr. on February 15. Students in grades K - 4 participate in this hands-on program designed to capture young children's inherent curiosity and creativity and direct it toward discovering the possibilities of improving the world around them. F IRST LEGO League Jr. team members usually spend approximately one month exploring, investigating, designing and building a model made with LEGO bricks and elements. In conjunction, teams create a "Show Me" poster that depicts the teams’ experience during this process, through drawings and words.

 

Gorge teams are being formed now in preparation for a final expo event in May (exact date and location TBA). Oregon Robotics Tournament and Outreach Program (ORTOP) has funding available to support Gorge teams registered through public schools in Hood River, Wasco, Sherman, Skamania and Klickitat Counties. This program feeds into the FIRST LEGO League (grades 4-8) and FIRST Tech Challenge (grades 7-12) robotics programs in Gorge schools.

 

Join ORTOP to learn more about this program on Wednesday, February 15, 6:00 p.m. at the Hood River OSU Extension Service, 2990 Experiment Station Drive, Hood River. Contact Loridee Wetzel, ORTOP with questions at 503.486.7622.

 

 

To learn more about robotics in the Gorge, visit gorgerobotics.org, a service of the Gorge Technology Alliance. The GTA’s equipment for loan and support of robotics events is made possible by our regional tech businesses including Google, Insitu and others. The GTA is a non-profit industry association that seeks to support, connect and develop the technology community of the Gorge. Learn more at crgta.org.

 

  NWC Parks & Recreation District presents:

8th Daddy Daughter Dance – The Royal Ball

February 18th, 2017

Castle of Fort Dalles Readiness Center

From 7pm – 9pm

Princesses age 4 – 12

Fee: $30 per couple, $10 each additional daughter

All fathers and father figures are encouraged to escort their daughters for a night of wonder and delight. Enjoy tasty treats, sweet refreshments and an elegant dance floor. Royal photos and crafts will be provided for entertainment.

Visit the website at: www.nwprd.org

 

The Hood River County Library Foundation invites you to a Feast of Words Saturday, March 11, from 6pm to 9pm to raise money for the library! This year, enjoy music from The Mesa-Reynolds Band, enjoy beer, wine, and cider donated by Pfriem Family Brewers, Viento Wines and SlopeSwell, and the usual amazing array of food donated by local restaurants and bakers while you peruse fun auction items – expect an array of experiences this year! See more details soon on the library website: http://hoodriverlibrary.org/foundation/feast-of-words/. Tickets are $25 for adults (kids 12 and under free) and are available at the link above, Waucoma Bookstore, Volcanic Bottle Shoppe and all library branches.
 
 
This year the Foundation’s goal is to raise $30,000 to make the library a flexible, interactive environment for patrons. The plan is to replace heavy tables and chairs with lighter, stackable versions, worn lounge chairs will be replaced with new moveable chairs, and new chairs and end tables that support a notepad or computer (and offer charging stations!) will be added throughout the upper level of the library. We want our library to meet patron’s needs and have furnishings that make the space flexible for the many programs and activities our community enjoys.
 
 
Donations will help the Foundation to support the libraries’ digital resources, magazine and newspaper subscriptions, the Friends of the Library's annual Hood River Reads project, and outreach to underserved sectors of our county.
 
 

 

FREE FAMILY MOVIES

YOUTH THINK FREE FAMILY MOVIES SATURDAYS FROM JANUARY 7TH THROUGH FEBRUARY 25TH. ALL MOVIES START AT 10AM AT COLUMBIA CINEMAS. DOORS OPEN AT 9:15AM AND WILL CLOSE AT 10:10 DUE TO THE POPULARITY OF THESE EVENTS. THE MOVIE SCHEDULES ARE AVAILABLE AT: www.YouthThink.net

 

 BECOME A MASTERGARDENER

Want to learn more about becoming an OSU Mastergardener before committing? 

 

Applications due January 25th, training begins February 15th

For more information contact: Michelle Sager, Program Coordinator at: 541-296-5494

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extension.oregonstate.edu/wasco/mastergardeners

www.facebook.com/WascoMG

 

 

Fermentation Science Instructional Course

The Columbia Gorge is now home to an estimated 45 wineries, 14 breweries, 13 cideries and two distilleries – not counting dozens, probably hundreds, of home brewers.

All those brewers represent different applications of “fermentation science,” the topic of a six-part instructional series starting next month through Columbia Gorge Community College.

Local industry leaders in such disparate fields as beer, cider, wine, spirits, baking and fermented foods will describe the commonalities uniting their work, facilitated by Dr. Kevin McCabe, lab supervisor at Full Sail Brewing Co. and former microbiology professor at the college. Students will learn the principles of fermentation science, systems design and engineering, social and cultural implications of quality food and beverage production, agricultural and industrial waste and water treatment, and fermentation business management.

“These courses are designed for anyone with an interest in fermentation, whether they’re established professionals, people who would like to work in the field, or home brewers looking to compare notes with industry experts throughout our region,” explained Suzanne Burd, community education coordinator at the college.

“The Oregon State Legislature has invested in fermentation science programs at our colleges and universities because these investments create jobs in a rapidly-growing industry and add value to our agricultural crops. Many of those new jobs are right here in our region, and Columbia Gorge Community College is doing its part to help grow this important sector of our economy,” Burd added.

The Fermentation Science Course starts Jan. 12 and will be held every other Thursday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on the Hood River – Indian Creek Campus of Columbia Gorge Community College. For details and registration, call (541) 506-6011 or visitcgcc.edu/schedule. 

 

COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE BRIDAL SHOW 

 The Dalles Civic Auditorium is pleased to partner with Discover Rentals and The Dalles Wedding Place again this year for the Columbia River Gorge Bridal Show February 18th, 2017 from 11-4. We will have over 25 exhibitors and three bridal fashion shows. There is a $5.00 admission fee, with the first 100 brides receiving a swag bag. Come connect with the professionals that will make your wedding day perfect! See you at the Civic!"

NORTH WASCO COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION UPCOMING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES 

 

 
 

-Little Hooper's. Session 1 begins Mondays, February 6th- March 6th Session 2 is Wednesdays, February, 8th - March 8th. Time 6:00pm - 7:00pm at the Dry Hollow Elementary Gym. Fee is $25 for 1 session $50 for both.

 

Little Hooper's provides a fun introduction to basketball for the very young; using games, relays and drills. Kids will learn basic skills such as passing, dribbling and shooting techniques. All participants must wear mark-free shoes. Basketballs will be provided. 

 

-Kinder Kickers Session 1 begins Tuesdays, February 7th- March 7th. Session 2 is Thursdays, February 9th - March 9thTime 6:00pm - 7:00pm at the Dry Hollow Elementary Gym. Fee is $25 for 1 session $50 for both.

 

Kinder Kickers provides a great introduction to soccer for the beginner; using relays, drills, and scrimmages. Kids will learn rudimentary skills including passing, dribbling, and shooting. All participants must wear mark-free shoes. Soccer balls will be provided. 

 
- Daddy Daughter Royal Ball. Saturday, February 18th, 20177:00pm - 9:00pm. Fee is $30 per couple and $10 each additional daughter.  Ages 4-12 Location The Dalles Readiness Center.

 

This Dance represents a great opportunity for a father figure to show his princess how special she is and set the standard for future princesses. Enjoy dancing, crafts, and refreshments along with photos. Contact Northern Wasco County Parks and Rec for more Information. Phone: 541-296-9533. Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

- Snow Tubing at Ski Bowl Excellent Adventure. Monday February 20th, 2017 (No School) 9:00am - 5:00pm. Price is $37.00 in district and $41.50 out of district. Meet at NWC Aquatic Center.
 

Ski Bowl offers a great slope, great snow, multiple runs, and the only tube conveyor lift on Mt. Hood. There is also an indoor Super Play Zone, Kids Tubing Carousel, and Frosty's Playland. Let us take you to the ultimate snow day on Mt. Hood. (Note: A maximum of 26 spots available)

 

- OMSI Excellent Adventure. Monday, March 13th 2017 (No School) 9:00am - 5:00pm. In district fee $35.00 Out of district fee $38.50. Meet at NWC Aquatic Center. 

 

Step into a world of science brought to life through interactive exhibits, and explosive experiments. Connect with the past and visit the future through groundbreaking interactive exhibits. (Note: A maximum of 26 spots available)  

 

-Portland Trail Blazers vs The Houston Rockets Excellent Adventure. Thursday, March 30th, 20175:00pm-11:30pm. Fee $40.00 in district and $43.50 out of district. 

 

Watch your favorite team live. Hear the roar of the crowd under the bright lights; wear black and red, and bring your team spirit. Register ASAP; this trip sells out fast. (Note: A maximum of 26 spots available) Contact Northern Wasco County Parks and Rec for more Information. Phone: 541-296-9533. Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Dalles High School

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY CELEBRATES OREGON'S BIRTHDAY 

  Portland, OR -- Celebrate Oregon's birthday in style at the Oregon Historical Society! Oregon shares its birthday with Valentine's Day--what could be a better way to celebrate the holiday than by professing your love for Oregon? 


The celebration begins on Tuesday, February 14 at noon in the Oregon Historical Society pavilion (1200 SW Park Ave., Portland). Join radio broadcaster Margie Boule in singing "Happy Birthday" to Oregon, and then enjoy a slice of birthday cake served by former Governors Ted Kulongoski and Barbara Roberts. While you feast on cake from Gerry Frank's Konditeri, listen to a musical performance by the Oregon Old Time Fiddlers Association. 

As a birthday gift for all Oregonians, admission will be free all day (10am -- 5pm) to the Oregon Historical Society's museum! Don't miss the chance to explore our three permanent exhibits on Oregon history, Oregon My Oregon, Oregon Voices, and our newest exhibit for young Oregonians, History Hub! 


About the Oregon Historical Society 
For more than a century, the Oregon Historical Society has served as the state's collective memory, preserving a vast collection of artifacts, photographs, maps, manuscript materials, books, films, and oral histories. Our research library, museum, digital platforms & website (www.ohs.org), educational programming, and historical journal make Oregon's history open and accessible to all. We exist because history is powerful, and because a history as deep and rich as Oregon's cannot be contained within a single story or point of view.

 

 

 GOLDENDALE COMMUNITY LIBRARY EVENT CALENDAR

FEBRUARY

 

Wednesday, February 1st, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Wednesday, February 1st, 2:30pm

Movie Time -- Our offering for February Movie Time is rated PG-13,  movie is 1:27 minutes long. Hint: scheming princes, wicked witches, flying pirates, celestial love, a pure-hearted hero, all in a magical land! Please call the library or check our FaceBook or website for movie title.

 

Monday, February 6th, 5:30pm

            Tapped

Tapped is a documentary that explores the economic, environmental, and health effects of the water bottling industry on communities. Discussion will follow. Refreshments will be served.

 

Wednesday, February 8th, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Wednesday, February 8th, 2:30pm

            Game Time

            Play Wii, Minecraft and classic board games and help color our gigantic art poster. Ages 8+.

 

Thursday, February 9th, 1:30pm

            Song Circle    

Enjoy folk music and poetry in a friendly atmosphere. Play an instrument or just sing along. All Levels welcome.

           

Monday, February 13th, 11am

            Adult Book Discussion

            This month’s book is: Phenomenal: A Hesitant Adventurer’s Search for Wonder

 

Monday, February 13th, 6:30pm

            Adult Book Discussion

            This month’s book is: Deep Dark Down: the Untold Story of 33 Men

 

Wednesday, February 15th, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Wednesday, February 15th, 2PM

            Learn and Play

… Because learning begins before school does. For pre-school, although older siblings are welcome.

            Note: This event will be held at Goldendale Primary School.

 

Monday, February 20th

            Library closed in honor of President’s Day.

 

Wednesday, February 22nd, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Thursday, February 23rd, 1pm to 5pm

Computer classes offered by the Library.  Free 30-minute sessions of individual instruction.  Call the library to reserve a spot or for more information, 773-4487.

 

Saturday, February 25th, 5pm

            Brick Love: Calling all TFOL (Teen Fans of Lego)

Enjoy pizza, a Lego documentary about the global brick culture, followed by a brick build! Online registration is required. Please visit our website: www.fvrl.org.

 

MARCH

 

Wednesday, March 1st, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Wednesday, March 1st, 2:30pm

            Art Time

A new project each meeting -- create something special to take home. Supplies provided. Kids younger than 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Teen volunteers needed, contact the library for more information.

 

Wednesday, March 8th, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Wednesday, March 8th, 2:30pm

            Game Time

            Play Wii, Minecraft and classic board games and help color our gigantic art poster. Ages 8+.

 

Thursday, March 9th, 1:30pm

            Song Circle    

Enjoy folk music and poetry in a friendly atmosphere. Play an instrument or just sing along. All Levels welcome.

 

 

Friday, March 10th, 3:15pm - 5:15pm

            Teen Tech Month

Kick off Teen Tech Month in the library by teaching a robot to do your bidding! Try your hand at coding our Arduino-based Wink Robots. No prior experience needed. Online registration required. Please visit our website: www.fvrl.org

           

Monday, March 13th, 11am

            Adult Book Discussion

            This month’s book is: Nora Webster

 

Monday, March 13th, 12:30pm

            Friends of the Goldendale Library membership meeting.

 

Monday, March 13th, 6:30pm

            Adult Book Discussion

            This month’s book is: The Alchemist.

 

Wednesday, March 15th, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Wednesday, March 15th, 2PM

            Learn and Play

            … Because learning begins before school does. For pre-school, although older siblings are welcome.

            Note: This event will be held at Goldendale Primary School.

 

Wednesday, March 22nd, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

Thursday, March 23rd, 1pm to 5pm

Computer classes offered by the Library.  Free 30-minute sessions of individual instruction.  Call the library to reserve a spot or for more information, 773-4487.

 

Friday, March 24-25th

Friends of Goldendale Library Spring Book Sale. Members only preview Friday from 5:00-7:00, public sale Saturday from 10:00-6:00.

 

Wednesday, March 29th, 11am

            Family Storytime

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE DALLES CIVIC AUDITORIUM FLEA MARKETS


MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE DALLES CIVIC FLEA MARKETS 2016-2017

 

JANUARY 8TH AND FEBRUARY 12TH

RESERVE YOUR SPACE FOR $20 A TABLE 

TABLE AND CHAIRS PROVIDED

FOR MORE INFO CALL: 541-298-8533 

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VOLUNTEER

THE DALLES WARMING PLACE LOCATED IN THE ST. VINCENT DEPAUL BUILDING AT 315 W 3RD NEEDS VOLUNTEERS TO JOIN TEAMS STAFFING THE OVERNIGHT ACCOMODATIONS FOR THE HOMELESS.

THE  DALLES HOPE WARMING PLACE IS SCHEDULED TO OPEN ON COLD NIGHTS BEGINNING NOVEMBER 20, 2016. VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE TRAINING AND ARE ASKED TO VOLUNTEER FOR ONE NIGHT OF THE WEEK AS NEEDED. CALL ED ELLIOTT FOR DETAILS: 541-386-5857.

AARP TAX AIDE is looking for Volunteers during the tax season.  If interested call Ronell Currie @ 541.478.3461.

AARP Driver Safety Program is looking for Volunteers to Teach the Safe Driver Class.  For more information or to apply, contact Richard Frost at  541.478.2363 or E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) WANTED:  If interested, more information is available at www.gorgecasa.org.

Oregon Veterans Home - Is looking for Volunteers to read to residents, help with writing, and arts & crafts activities. They are also seeking volunteer drivers for the recreational bus.  For information contact Jade Cantrell: 541.296.7190.

MEAL-ON-WHEELS DRIVERS - Stop by their office at the Senior Center or call 541.298.8333.

CATLINK - A nonprofit organization in The Dalles is looking for Volunteers.  If you would like to or feel you can help, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

THE DALLES CHILD WELFARE OFFICE - Is looking for Volunteers who can answer phones, wait on clients at the reception window, copy & scan.  If interested call 541.506.5209.

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 grade and Truth & Training: girls and boys, 3-6 grades. They meet at Calvary Baptist Church in The Dalles every Wednesday evening at 6 PM.  Children ages 3 yrs. through 6th grade are invited to come.  For more information call 541.296.2711.

 

 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

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.  Then select the "fixed route" option. You can call 541.386.4202, for more information.

 

White Salmon Arts Council                                            www.whitesalmonarts.org 

www.skamaniaarts.org                                                www.thegoldenartgallery.com

                                   www.gorgeartistsopenstudios.com

www.klickitatcounty.org                                                  www.cityofgoldendale.com

 

                                            

 

 

 

 

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

The Skamania County Economic Development District has a web site (www.skamania-edc.org) that contains updated business information, resources for new or existing small businesses and information for businesses that are looking to expand or relocate to Skamania county.         www.skamania-edc.org.

 

 

 


SKATE PARKS

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

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

Both skate parks are Free & offer obstacles from beginner to advanced, they are open till dusk.

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

Bingen Skate park is located at Daubenspeck  Park in Bingen, Washington