Mt. Adams Little League features youth baseball and softball programs which allows our kids to get outside, play together in a team environment, learn and grow together. These players are taught life lessons they will cherish for years to come and the sponsorship from our valued community helps make that happen. We need your support to keep the league strong for our players and community. Being a Mt Adams Little League Sponsor is a great way to display your leadership position within the local community while gaining advertising exposure. To be successful, Mt Adams Little League depends on a tremendous … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Unique Event Goes Behind-the-Scenes of the World-Renowned Pear Orchards of the Gorge and Local Growers Committed to Sustaining Them. Sense of Place, will feature Grow a Pear, postponed to February 27, 2024. This event will be offered in-person at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River, Oregon and via livestream. Audience members will have the chance to win pear-related prizes, take home freshly ripened, winter pears, and maybe even be selected for an on-stage activity, the Pear Pressure Test! Washington and Oregon hold the coveted titles of the top two pear-producing states in the U.S., with Hood River … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Community Cleanup is coming Friday-Saturday, April 26-27 at the Bingen Maintenance Yard. Volunteers are still needed to help with the event. Check out this list of current volunteer slots, then contact Tammara Tippel at MtAdamsChamber@gmail.com or call (509) 493-3630 to reserve a time slot (or two) for yourself. Bingen / White Salmon Community Clean Up – Rotary Club from Story Gorge on Vimeo.
Lectures, Mushrooms, Adventure…Oh my! Season 14 is OFFICIAL! From ancient fish to world famous fruit, see this season’s incredible line-up Sense of Place Season 14 Line-up White Sturgeon: North America’s Largest Fish Lives Here – with Donella Miller Date: October 18th, 2023 | 7 pm – GET TICKETS Beaver Power: Teaming Up With Nature’s Engineers to Restore Our Watersheds – with Margaret Neuman & Jeanette Burkhardt – Date: November 15th, 2023 | 7 pm – GET TICKETS Mountaintop to Backyard: The Beauty of the Gorge’s Native Plants – with Kristin Currin & Drew Merritt Date: December 13th, 2023 | 7 … [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The 3rd Sunday in July, is National Ice Cream Day, so we encourage you to help yourself to as many scoops, flavors, and toppings as your heart desires! Mint chocolate chip or rocky road? Chocolate syrup and a cherry or whipped cream and peanuts? Who are we kidding — why not have it all? We’ve all been screaming for ice cream for centuries, but President Ronald Reagan created the official holiday commemorating the frozen dessert back in 1984, and it continues to be celebrated annually on the third Sunday in July.