A modern-day version of the Bible’s gospels, “Godspell” includes a roving troupe of actors who re-enact the parables through song, dance, mime and comedy.
The Inland Northwest Musicians will warm up their 20th anniversary season with a winter concert.
HERMISTON — A program specifically for children up to 48 months old is offered weekly at the Hermiston Public Library.
HERMISTON — A group of Democrats that were meeting monthly in Hermiston have canceled upcoming gatherings.
PENDLETON — Graduating seniors from select area schools and those currently attending Blue Mountain Community College are invited to submit an entry for the scholarship essay program presented…
PENDLETON — The Baptist Conference schedule for evangelist Monte Leavell at Grace Baptist Church has been updated.
Thursday, February 14
ATHENA — The Athena Citizen and Business of the Year Banquet will celebrate the people that make the town special to live and work in.
For an opportunity to imbibe while helping raise money for student scholarships, the Blue Mountain Community College Foundation has just the event for you.
PENDLETON — Due to weather conditions, the Betty Feves Memorial Gallery is postponing the reception for Marie Noorani’s “How it Looks on Paper.”
PENDLETON — The upcoming Eastern Oregon Forum presents Our Music featuring J.D. Kindle and Friends.
The focal point of the Oregon East Symphony’s Winter Chamber Music Festival is the world premiere of a new work by composer/artist Raven Chacon.
The public is invited to learn more about the importance of water as Craig Reeder discusses renegotiation of the Columbia River Treaty.
WESTON — According to library director Kathleen Schmidtgall, the Weston Public Library has slightly changed its hours. The library is open:
PENDLETON — The Feb. 14 meeting of the Round Up Republican Women has been canceled.
HERMISTON — With the recent winter conditions, The Arc Umatilla County postponed its annual valentine event.
ATHENA — Blue Mountain Alliance ((BMA) will hold its annual meeting Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Athena Public Library, 418 E. Main St.
HERMISTON — Unique Hair Salon is hosting the “Love is in the Air” vendor event Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The salon is located at 245 E. Main St., Hermiston.
PENDLETON — The Blue Mountain Community College Board of Education is seeking to fill a Pendleton vacancy on its Budget Committee.
PENDLETON — Locals needing a break from the winter blahs are invited to visit Grace Baptist Church Feb. 15-18 as Monte Leavell brings "Loving God, Loving One Another" to Pendleton.
HERMISTON — Locals looking for a great dinner and a Mardi Gras vibe are invited to join the Knights of Columbus for their annual Pig Out dinner and dance Saturday, Feb. 23 beginning at 6 p.m. …
PENDLETON — Jack Simons of the Pendleton Bird Club will present "The Effects of Climate Change on Bird Populations" at Thursday's monthly meeting. The club meets at 7 p.m. at the First Christi…
An exhibit exploring the “allure of the unassuming” opens Thursday in the East Oregonian Gallery at the Pendleton Center for the Arts, 214 N. Main St. The public is invited to a free opening r…
BOARDMAN — As part of a free admission Saturday event, the Oregon Trail Library District is taking over the SAGE Center, 101 Olson Road, and providing activities for all ages from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
MILTON-FREEWATER — The First Christian Church will host its annual Heart to Heart candlelight dinner Saturday, Feb. 16 in the church’s fellowship hall, 518 S. Main St.,.
HERMISTON — Victory Baptist Church is hosting its monthly Hymn Sing Sunday from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at 193 E.Main St., Hermiston.
PENDLETON — A Valentine-themed open house is planned by the Cay-Uma-Wa Toastmasters to encourage locals to stop by and find out about the public speaking and leadership organization.
PENDLETON — The Umatilla/Morrow Chapter of the Oregon Small Woodlands Association (OSWA) invites forestland owners from the two counties to join them Wednesday, Feb. 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. …
DAYTON, Wash. — Women’s clothing from the Dayton Historic Depot and Boldman House collections are on display during “Making an Impression: Daily Wear in Dayton, 1890-1989.”
The Northeast Oregon Home Builders Association is offering a pair of $1,500 scholarships to help educate and train individuals in a field related to the building industry.
HERMISTON — The Hermiston Education Foundation will award eight scholarships of $2,500 each to 2019 Hermiston High School seniors.
An interest in art was sparked at an early age for Andrea Murphy as she would gaze upon her mother’s (Linda Phillips) work adorning their Hermiston home.
PENDLETON — An informal performance will feature a trio of musicians with the Oregon East Symphony.
HERMISTON — People with library overdue fees at the Hermiston Public Library can have their debt forgiven.
IRRIGON — Morrow County planning commissioners and staff have held three work sessions over the past four months to gather information about how renewable energy facilities are sited.
PENDLETON — Happy campers have a chance to learn about all things pizza.
HERMISTON — A new novel by New York Times bestselling author Kristina McMorris is the topic of the upcoming Bookminders, the Hermiston Public Library book club.
SALEM — People who know civilians or fire service personnel that provide outstanding work in fire prevention or public fire safety education are encouraged to submit their names for an award.
PENDLETON — Paul Chalmers of the Umatilla County assessment and tax office will address the upcoming meeting of the Round Up Republican Women.
Last year’s inaugural Love Keeps Us Warm event was a resounding success, said Debbie McBee of Altrusa International of Pendleton.
PENDLETON — A meal featuring fresh cracked crab, salmon and beef tri-tip is being served up as a fundraiser by the Buckaroo Booster Club.
SALEM — Carrie Stuart Parks is the keynote speaker for the Oregon Christian Writers’ winter conference.
HERMISTON — All area women are invited to participate in a faith-based gathering with a goal of community building.
PENDLETON — The Umatilla County Cattlemen’s Association is taking applications for its 2019 Memorial Scholarship.
PILOT ROCK — The Rocket Booster Club is blasting the word about a big raffle to raise money to support programs in Pilot Rock.
ADAMS — A sweetheart of a fundraiser has been planned by the Friends of the Adams Library.
PORTLAND — Oregon students in first through eighth grades are invited to design a poster that represents the importance of acceptance and diversity in our neighborhoods.
HERMISTON — Cupcakes will be passed out after a fun run/walk to raise money for a spring youth mission trip to Mexico.
PENDLETON — Mary Davis will share about a recent experience in Southeast Asia during the upcoming American Association of University Women meeting.
PENDLETON — The public is invited to learn a dance style that has roots in folk traditions, including English country dance and Appalachian dancing.
PENDLETON — Blue Mountain Wildlife is hoping to increase its volunteer efforts.
A meal featuring crab and grilled steak kabobs will be served during the Hermiston Education Foundation Benefit.
STANFIELD — People with library overdue fees at the Stanfield Public Library can have their debt forgiven.
HERMISTON — Hermiston American Legion Post #37 is invites area veterans to join them for monthly meetings.
PENDLETON — Area people interested in local history, aviation or the military might consider volunteering some of their time at the Pendleton Air Museum.