The Columbia River: From Source to Sea After-Hours Event

The Columbia River: From Source to Sea After-Hours Event
Wildflowers aglow during last light on Dog Mountain. (photographer: Peter Marbach)

Friday, March 10, 2017

5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Ave
Portland, OR 97205

Join us for an exclusive after-hours event at the Oregon Historical Society for Friends of the Columbia Gorge supporters. View stunning photos of the Columbia River by longtime member and Hood River resident Peter Marbach. Mingle with other like-minded Gorge lovers and enjoy a short presentation by photographer Peter Marbach and Executive Director Kevin Gorman. Appetizers will be provided and drinks will be available for purchase. Tickets are $15. 

Exhibit Info

The Columbia River flows for over 1,200 miles, born free in the cradle of the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia. From its humble beginnings from a tiny spring you can straddle, to a two-mile wide confluence with the Pacific Ocean, the river has flowed for thousands of years in a natural state of astounding beauty. It was also the place of a miraculous ancient migration of Pacific salmon that came all the way home to the headwaters in Canada. At this exhibit, enjoy photographer Peter Marbach's collection of stunning photos of the Columbia River from its source to the Pacific Ocean.  Learn more about the exhibit.
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