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LitWatch October: Bob Welch on the PCT, Mary Beard on ancient Rome, and fighting fire with fire
Tomorrow they may form and go. Begin the hours of this day slow. Make the day seem to us less brief. Beguile us in the way you know. While we still have sunny days on the horizon, it is clear that October is here by the way the leaves have begun to turn. With autumn comes not only crows calling above the forest, hushed October mornings, and changing leaves, but also plenty of indoor poetry readings and lectures — plus a few Halloween events to get you in the mood for the season.
Historic Roy Raley Park in Pendleton Set for Major Upgrades Thanks to State Grant
Roy Raley Park, the oldest park in Pendleton, will receive significant renovations. This is made possible by a $330,000 grant from the Local Government Grant Program via Oregon State Parks. The park, located near the Pendleton Round-Up Grounds, once had a public swimming pool called the Pendleton Natatorium. Today, it's used for pickleball and basketball in summer and as an ice rink in winter. The concrete slab over the old pool is deteriorating, with cracks and a void underneath.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Cats Of pendleton, OR Need You!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of pendleton..
Troy Fair to Perform Life This Weekend at Wildhorse Sports Bar
Troy Fair will perform live on Friday and Saturday night at the Wildhorse Sports Bar in Pendleton. The country band will take the stage at 9 p.m. on both Friday, Sept. 29 and Saturday, Sept. 30. The concerts are free. For more information, call 800-654-9453.
A Toast to Pendleton: Exploring its 3 Must-Visit Pubs
In this article, we explore three exceptional pubs located in Pendleton. Have you had the opportunity to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
2023 Pendleton Round-Up: A look at some of the best style at the rodeo
Every year in September, the iconic Pendleton Round-Up draws thousands of visitors to the small city in eastern Oregon. You’ll find people who travel from town to town, making their living bull riding or barrel racing. Native American tribal members spend the week living in a tepee village just outside the rodeo grounds and perform dances in full regalia.
Bruiser to Perform Live This Weekend at Wildhorse Sports Bar
Bruiser will perform live on Friday and Saturday night at the Wildhorse Sports Bar in Pendleton. The band plays dance music and will take the stage at 9 p.m. on both Friday, Sept. 22 and Saturday, Sept. 23. The concerts are free. For more information, call 800-654-9453.