Drumming, dancing and basket weaving


WALLOWA –The Tamkaliks Powwow celebrates the history and culture of Northwest Native people through song, dance, ceremony and food July 21 through 23. This year, before the drumming and dancing begins, the Homeland Project’s Office, at 209 East 2nd Street in Wallowa, will be open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. July 21 for cattail basket weaving and beading instructed […]

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Wallowology opens for fourth season


Wallowology, the Joseph science center, is almost as much fun to try to pronounce as the wonders it offers during the summer months. Wallowology, notable for the wooly mammoth who lives on the roof, opened its fourth season Memorial Day weekend with a new pollinator exhibit and a packed schedule of events for preschool-age kids to senior adults. Judy Goodman works […]

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Introducing Third Tuesdays

Third Tuesday

UNION – The Union County Museum launches its new Third Tuesday series on June 20 with a presentation by Cassie Gray-Jeffries, a resident of Union County and 2016 graduate of Eastern Oregon University. The new monthly event is designed to give people the opportunity to hear local history experts speak on a variety of topics. The casual hour-long event takes place in the […]

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Spring Break activities promote history, art

Interpretive Center

BAKER CITY — Spring break will be full of history and art thanks to several workshops offered in Baker City during the week of March 27-31. Interpretive center The National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is offering special activities for families during Spring Break, March 27-30. The 90-minute workshops start at 10 a.m. each day. The daily themes include: March 27: […]

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