PENDLETON — Artists from across northeast Oregon and southeast Washington are reminded to submit work for this year’s Open Regional Exhibit at the Pendleton Center for the Arts. Date for drop-off of artwork is Saturday, May 4 from noon to 4 p.m. The exhibit opens in the East Oregonian Galler…
PENDLETON — The public is invited to attend Resurrection Sunday services at Berean Baptist Church, 8 N.W. Ninth St., Pendleton.
PENDLETON — Rev. Charlotte Wells of Episcopal Church of the Redeemer invites people to attend its special Holy Week services.
HERMISTON — The Inland Northwest Musicians are celebrating “20 Years of Moving Music.”
IONE — Seniors, veterans and people with disabilities are invited to a Wellness, Safety, Resource Fair.
BOARDMAN — For a fun time with friends, including laughter, skill and a little luck, head to Ordnance Brewing for a Jenga tournament to benefit the Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter.
PENDLETON — The Pendleton Round-Up and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame is throwing open its doors in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
BOARDMAN — A pair of screenings of “Bumblebee” will help raise money for the Riverside Jr/Sr High School KidWind nationals team.
Area churches and organizations are getting a jump start on the Easter bunny, offering fun weekend activities to celebrate Easter. Participation is free, unless otherwise noted. Events include:
HERMISTON — If bowling is up your alley, you’re invited to participate in a tournament fundraiser to benefit The Arc Umatilla County.
ECHO — An Adult Easter Egg Hunt will help raise money for Echo Girl Scout Troop 10298.
HERMISTON — It’s almost time to put on your dancing shoes — tickets are available for Me and My Prince Ball.
The upcoming performance of the Inland Northwest Orchestra will feature several Young Artists Competition winners, including a Hermiston High School senior.
HERMISTON — People are invited to find bargains and help support Eastern Oregon Mission programs and outreach.
HERMISTON — The Hermiston Downtown District is calling all artists to help celebrate the arrival of spring by joining the Hermiston Art Festival.
WALLA WALLA — A free two-day clinic will offer dental, vision and medical services in Walla Walla.
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts recently announced Yoshihiro Kitai, Yoonhee Choi and Natalie Ball were selected as its 2019 Golden Spot residency award recipients.
PENDLETON — A spring bazaar benefitting the Pendleton Farmers Market is planned Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Pendleton Early Learning Center, 455 S.W. 13th St.
PENDLETON — A cadre of local churches is combining forces to present "The Passion" Friday and Saturday, April 19 and 20, at Pendleton Baptist Church, 3202 S.W. Nye Ave. The free musical drama …
IRRIGON — A 10-day evangelistic series designed to provide hope and assurance through the word of God kicks off in Irrigon.
HERMISTON — A dramatic reenactment of events leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus Christ is being presented by Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church.
Everyone from a political candidate and journalist to artists and activists are featured during Blue Mountain Community College’s Arts and Culture Series.
Hermiston Junior Academy is looking forward to catching up and looking to the future during an all-day homecoming event.
HERMISTON — St. John’s Episcopal Church invites people to join them for Holy Week services at 665 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston.
HERMISTON — An evening of fellowship, fun and food includes the singing of old hymns.
PENDLETON — Richard Monacelli, a living history presenter from Walla Walla, will make a presentation during the upcoming Terrific Tuesday program.
PENDLETON — A retired U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist will make a presentation at this month’s Pendleton Bird Club meeting.
HERMISTON — Homemade baked goods and tasty treats will be available for purchase from the Good Shepherd Medical Center Auxiliary.
Hermiston Junior Academy invites the community to learn more about its programs and facilities during an open house event.
Members of the Adams Ladies Club have been busy getting ready for the start of the Triangle Little League season.
PENDLETON — Bob Klavins with Oregon Wild's wolf management team is the guest speaker at April's National Association of Retired Federal Employees meeting.
HERMISTON — A local screening of “Project 22” is being coordinated by the Umatilla County Veteran Services.
PENDLETON — Parents with students in kindergarten through eighth grade are invited to learn more about Harris Junior Academy.
HERMISTON — A children’s choir will present a program featuring song, dance, spoken word and creative media.
HERMISTON — The annual Knights of Columbus fish fry is being held during Lent.
PENDLETON — An important reorganizational meeting will be held on Monday during the regular meeting of the Democratic Party of Umatilla County. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the community ro…
BOARDMAN — Free admission is available during an upcoming SAGE Saturday event.
The Hermiston School District and Milton-Freewater Unified School District both recently announced kindergarten registration.
PENDLETON — The Pendleton City Tree Commission and the Umatilla National Forest are sponsoring the annual Arbor Day tree giveaway.
HERMISTON — Catholic students attending Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church who are seeking scholarships for college or trade school are invited to apply for the annual Knights of Columbus Scho…
WALLA WALLA — The Little Theatre of Walla Walla will hold auditions for its spring production of the drama “Crimes of the Heart.”
Pendleton Center for the Arts is providing multiple ways to engage the public in this year’s blockbuster exhibit.
HERMISTON — Emotional support and resources are available for family, friends and caregivers for people with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia.
WESTON — Chef Tim Hughes, of the Upper Crust restaurant in Weston, will discuss his culinary journey during the Friends of Weston Library annual membership meeting.
Quilting enthusiasts are invited to enter their creations or family quilts in the 2019 Pendleton Quilt Show.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Instrumental classics from the 1960s will be featured during the upcoming Oldies Night in Milton-Freewater.
PENDLETON — A free lecture for pianists, piano teachers and others who are interested is being offered by the Umatilla-Morrow District of the Oregon Music Teachers Association.
Local youth organizations can earn up to $1,000 through U.S. Cellular’s Community Connections program.
HERMISTON — A flea market and breakfast is planned this weekend at the Columbia Grange.
For some toe-tappin’ tunes, area senior citizens won’t want to miss a performance by the Blue Mountain Old Time Fiddlers.
LEXINGTON — More than two dozen vendors will be on hand during a flea market and rummage sale in Lexington.
The United Way of Umatilla and Morrow Counties is looking for community members interested in assisting with its funding allocation process.
UMATILLA — Organizers are getting a jump start on the annual Umatilla Landing Days festival.
Area high school teachers have an opportunity to participate in an all-expenses-paid workshop in Massachusetts.
MILTON-FREEWATER - Kevin and Sherry Miles will give a presentation about their missionary work in Indonesia.