QUICK TAKES: July 19, 2017


Colorado bluesman performs at courthouse ENTERPRISE — The next Courthouse Concert Series show will feature Hurricane Jake, a one-man blues band from Cortez, Colorado. Hurricane Jake plays drums and guitar and sings with swing, jazz and rockabilly influences. For more information about the performer, find Hurricane Jake’s One Man Band on Facebook. The concert series takes place at 5:30 p.m. […]

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QUICK TAKES: July 12, 2017

Quick takes

Clear Creek Music Festival open to public HALFWAY — The Clear Creek Music Festival is underway, and on Sunday, July 16, the festival students will present arias, songs, oboe pieces and piano solos at the Pine Valley Presbyterian Church. “Meet the musicians” begins at 7 p.m., followed by the performance at 7:30 p.m. The festival’s closing concert will be at […]

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Quick Takes: July 5, 2017

Oregon Trail

Month full of programs at Oregon Trail center BAKER CITY — The Bureau of Land Management is hosting several special interpretive programs throughout July for visitors at the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center – providing lots of opportunities for visitors and families to enjoy the outdoors and learn about the old west during summer vacations. On July 14 and 15, […]

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QUICK TAKES: June 21, 2017

Baron Ward FIXED

YMCA offers gymnastics BAKER CITY — A three-day gymnastics camp is planned at the Baker County YMCA fitness center, 3715 Pocahontas Road. The camp will be June 27-29. Ages 4-5 meet at 11 a.m., and ages 6-9 at 1 p.m. Cost is $45 for Y members or $65 for nonmembers. To sign up, call 541-523-9622. The Baron Ward takes Courthouse […]

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Quick Takes: May 31, 2017


Multi-talented musician kicks of summer series ENTERPRISE — The first Courthouse Concert series of the season will feature soulful musician Carolyn Cruso (shown above) June 1. Wielding two guitars, a hammered dulcimer, and her voice, Cruso roams the back roads of the country and of the mind taking the listener on a journey of beauty, redemption, compassion and humor. Cruso […]

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QUICK TAKES: May 24, 2017


Adler House opens doors for season this weekend BAKER CITY — The Adler House Museum, 2305 Main St., opens for the season on Memorial Day weekend. The restored Italianate house was the home of the late Leo Adler, Baker City’s most famous philanthropist who left most of his fortune — $21 million — to benefit Baker County. The museum will […]

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Quick Takes: May 10, 2017

Shoo Fly quick take

Pie donations sought ENTERPRISE— The Wallowa Valley Music Alliance is preparing for its annual Hootenanny and Shoo-Fly Pie Social, which benefits the music alliance’s many programs. To donate a homemade pie, call Heidi Muller at 541-432-0156. Concert features dance-inspired folk music LA GRANDE — Traditional-Live! will host a house concert featuring dance-inspired folk music. The upbeat, uplifting fiddle music, song […]

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