Weekend events Jan 4-6


11 am Friday Lets Talk at the Mid Columbia Senior Center in The Dalles. Todays topic the advantages and disadvantages of aging

Mosier Community Center meeting Friday at 2 pm at Mosier Senior Center. The agenda includes a progress report and a discussion of what to name the new combination city hall and community center.


$5 Pick Up Basketball through Northern Wasco County Parks and Recreation District. Saturdays in January starting tomorrow at Chenowith Elementary School Gym open from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Ages: 12 – adult

The Dalles Dam visitor center will be open Saturdays and Sundays in January from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.to view bald eagles roosting in their natural habitat along the Columbia River. Park rangers will be available to answer questions, help people use spotting scopes (provided by the Corps) and teach basic bird identification tips. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own scopes, binoculars and cameras. These weekend events are family-friendly, free and accessible to all people. Saturday, Jan. 19, is the ninth annual Eagle Watch event, when visitors can also see live raptor shows in addition to eagle-watching. Eagle Watch is co-hosted with partners from the U.S. Forest Service, Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Rowena Wildlife Clinic.


Teacup Lake Nordic Club2019 ANNUAL TEA PARTY & CROSS COUNTRY SKI CLINIC Sunday 10:00 am – 2:30 pm Bring skis, boots, & poles

Ski Lessons: Beginner & Intermediate Classic Technique Beginner & Intermediate Skating 12:00-2:00 p.m at the Ray Garey Cabin Free tea, cookies, hot chocolate and soup.

Soup courtesy of Pine St. Bakery in Hood River. Tea courtesy of Stash Tea, a sponsor of the Teacup Youth Nordic Team $10 Donation appreciated from non-members