Hood River Music Month
March is Music Month
This March, discover Hood River’s diverse music scene during the 2nd Annual Hood River Music Month!
Featuring numerous musical events, this multi-week celebration includes everything from classical, jazz, acoustic, indie, rock and bluegrass performances to musicals, film and lectures. Almost a dozen Hood River venues – including wineries, cideries, breweries, pubs, theaters, hotels, and restaurants – welcome music-lovers of all ages.
Numerous Hood River music venues and organizations are welcoming live music during Hood River Music Month, including the Best Western Plus Hood River Inn, Columbia Gorge Orchestra Association, Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom, Griffin House, Hood Crest Winery, River City Saloon, Slopeswell Cider, Springhouse Cellar, Stave & Stone Winery, and the Columbia Center for the Arts and more!
Many events are FREE!
Event details can be found at http://hoodriver.org/hood-river-music-month/
Expect to be Delighted by Our Special Farm to Table Breakfast!
Pie for breakfast is our specialty. Pie made with a flaky crust that melts in your mouth with seasonal fruit from Hood River. Or, the pie might be quiche with fresh eggs from pastured chickens, Oregon cheese and a few surprises. Second helpings are encouraged.
Our farm provides seasonal items to use in our breakfast selections such as berries, fruit, vegetables, flowers and herbs.
Fresh fruit is locally sourced in the Gorge. Apples, apricots, cherries, nectarines, pears, peaches and plums are provided directly from the farmers who grow them. We use organic fruit when possible.
Food items such as meat, milk, butter and spices are from outside sources. Whenever possible, these products are from the Pacific Northwest.
Every effort is made to accommodate any dietary restrictions.
Hood River Valley Blossom Time
Dates: April 1-30
Starting in early April, the cherry, apple and pear trees in the Hood River valley welcome spring’s return by releasing vibrant pink and white flowers. They start in the lower elevations and, like a domino effect, move up the valley creating a patchwork of color.
The area celebrates spring with the annual Hood River Valley Blossom Time, which takes place throughout April. Visit Hood River in April and enjoy family-friendly farm events, craft shows, culinary treats, wine and cider tasting, and the Hood River County Hard- Pressed Cider Fest.
One of the best ways to enjoy Blossom Time is to drive the Hood River County Fruit Loop, a gorgeous 35-mile drive that follows the county’s Scenic Tour Route and passes the valley’s plethora of orchards, wineries and farms.
Stop along the way to pick up baked goods, preserves, yarn, fresh produce, wine, cider and more. Check back in March to download the Blossom Time Event Guide — you’ll see there’s something for everyone.
Stay & Enjoy
The Oak Street Hotel is an exceptional Hood River lodging choice; a charming boutique hotel with the privacy and modern amenities of a renovated historic hotel. Centrally located at the quiet edge of downtown Hood River in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. As a boutique hotel built in 1909, guests experience unexpected charm in the details. Each of the nine rooms are unique with handcrafted furniture and private en-suite bathrooms. A complimentary, elegant farm to table breakfast is served each morning with a seasonal menu crafted with food gathered from our family farm.