Weekend Events 8/23-8/25

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:

Summer Programs with Goldendale Observatory at Stonehenge Memorial • Solar Programs with Goldendale Observatory at the Stonehenge Memorial 4 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. • Dark Sky Programs with Goldendale Observatory at the Stonehenge Memorial 8:30 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.   http://www.goldendaleobservatory.com/

Klickitat County Fair in Goldendale.   https://klickitatcountyfair.com/

Sherman County Fair in Moro. (Ends Saturday)   https://shermancountyfairfun.com/

Wasco County Fair in Tygh Valley.   https://www.co.wasco.or.us/visitors/fair_fairgrounds_and_hunt_park/wasco_county_fair.php

Saturday:

Krispy Creme Sale & Can/Bottle Drive Fundraiser from 8 – Noon at the Wahtonka Campus in The Dalles.  Drop off your unwanted Cans & Bottles or purchase a box of Krispy Kreme Donuts to help support The Dalles Sister City program.   http://thedallessistercities.org

Goldendale Farmers Market, 9 – 2 at Ekone Park

Hood River Farmers Market, 9 – 1 at 5th & Columbia Streets, Downtown Hood River.

The Dalles Farmers Market, 9 – 1 at City Park

Stevenson Farmers Market, 10 – 1 at 199 2nd Street, Stevenson

Coffee at the DIG Summer Gardening Series at The Dalles Imagination Garden,
Klindt Dr. & Steelhead Way.  Learn something new from the OSU Master Gardeners at these mini classes every Saturday throughout the Summer. Talks start at 9 am. And the coffee is on us!

The Hood River Saddle Club invites you to come and see Western, English, Dressage, Jumping, Trail Riding, and a carriage driving presentation. Talk with owners about riding and owning a horse. Ponies to meet, horses to brush and finger paint or hand-print. Free of charge and open to everyone.   https://gorgecurrent.com/event/hrsc-meet-a-horse-day/

Family Storytime, Sat, 10:30am, at The Dalles Wasco County Library.  Geared to preschool and early elementary aged children, but all ages are welcome.

Maryhill Museum invites you to come join in the fun as we create a massive 66-foot woodblock print using a steamroller!  This is the culmination of the Exquisite Gorge Project, a collaborative printmaking project featuring 11 artists working with communities along a 220-mile stretch of the Columbia River.  Artists worked with community members from their assigned stretch of river and carved images on 4 x 6-foot wood panels. Each completed panel will be connected end-to-end and printed using a steamroller to create a massive 66-foot print. Washington State Poet Laureate, Claudia Castro Luna, will be at Maryhill to create a poem commemorating the event and the Columbia River. Meet the artists at noon, then enjoy kids printmaking activities, music and more. Free on the grounds of Maryhill Museum of Art.   https://www.maryhillmuseum.org/

Dungeons & Dragons, 2pm – 4pm at the Goldendale Community Library.  Immerse yourself in a world of adventure! Explore forbidding keeps, ancient ruins and dangerous dungeons. Join your fellow heroes and do battle with monsters while seeking legendary treasures. Experienced players or those wanting to learn. This group is intended for 7th grade through high school.

Bingo every Saturday night at the Mid-Columbia Senior Center starting at 6:00 PM. Over $1200 will be paid out during the night.  With an additional $1,000 payout for a blackout in 58 numbers or less on the final game.   Minimum buy-in is $10.00.  DOORS OPEN AT 4pm.  BINGO STARTS AT 6pm.  ALL AGES WELCOME, (12 years-18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian).  New players encouraged to arrive by 5:30. 

Walk in Summer Movies presented by the Northern Wasco County Parks & Recreation District at Sorosis Park at Dusk.  This week’s movie is Ralph Breaks the Internet, rated PG.  Admission is free!

Sunday

The Second Annual Post Canyon Challenge and Bike Jamboree is Sunday August 25th from 9am-1pm. This family event includes a Kids XC Race, Strider Bike Race, Ring of Fire Tournament, and BBQ. This a community event, open to everyone so spread the word! 
https://gorgecurrent.com/event/post-canyon-challenge-bike-jamboree/

Cascade Locks Farmers Market, 10 – 2, Downtown, Cascade Locks

Mosier Farmers Market, 10 – 2 on First Street in Mosier