With it’s beautiful scenery, mild climates, and vibrant communities, the Columbia Gorge region is alive with events and festivals all year long. With so many aspects of the Gorge to celebrate – art, wine & beer, huckleberries, spring, fall, cabin fever, Native Americans, fish, cars, whitewater, wind sports, lavender, Thursday, Friday, Saturday… – it’s often impossible to decide which event to attend. The good news is that the distances are small and the choices are many, so it’s easy to attend more than one or two in a day.
The Gorge is also a preferred location for weddings, family reunions, company picnics and meetings, just about anything that brings people together to celebrate life and living in one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Here are some of our favorites that maintain a small atmosphere along with their big event appeal:
Mt Adams Chamber of Commerce is your gateway to discover, explore, and experience Washington, the wilder side of the Columbia River Gorge, where our friendly … More->
You are invited to be a part of our July 4th celebration! The parade will begin at 1:00 on Tuesday 7/4/17 with line up … More->
Something for Everyone, Family Fun for All in White Salmon, WA SpringFest has been a premier community event in the beautiful Columbia Gorge since 1976, … More->
The Ketchum Kalf Rodeo typically attracts more than 4,000 visitors during Father’s Day Week End each year in June. The entrance to the famous Glenwood … More->
The Ketchum Kalf Rodeo typically attracts more than 4,000 visitors during Father’s Day Week End each year in June. The entrance to the famous Glenwood Rodeo … More->
Wedding Video by Jesse Larvick on Vimeo. Whether you are planning a wedding, reunion, recital, life celebration or party of any kind, Laurelbrook is … More->
Gorge Artists Open Studios Announces Tenth Anniversary: Tour Art in the Columbia River Gorge: April 22, 23, 24, 2016 The board of Gorge Artists is … More->
Saddle up and ride the glorious trails of the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest and the surrounding timberlands. Everyone’s welcome to participate in the annual Mt. Adams … More->
Want to be part of the biggest smallest town 4th of July parade in the Gorge? You’re welcome to roll along with other floats along … More->