Timewinder Tales 2023
Much like Cemetery Tales before, viewers will experience the past through a live theatrical performance, but here at the museum instead of the cemetery. Local actors will again portray historic characters from Hood River’s colorful history, sharing the fascinating details of their lives in first-person.
Centering on the theme of built environments, storytellers and personalities for Timewinder Tales 2023 will include Galen Yallup, an elder of the Yakama tribe, Elsie “Babe” Tenney, Mona Bell Hill, and Albert Sutton.
Live performances will take place September 22-23 and 29-30 at 7:00pm with a matinee performance on September 24 at 2:00pm.
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS FOR SUPPORTING TIMEWINDER TALES
PLATINUM: Jean Harmon, Hood River Public Storage – Pat Evenson-Brady – Ron Cohen & Christie Smith GOLD: Cecelia & Scott Goodnight – Elaine Johnson SILVER: Alison Hodges – Erica Roulier & Nik Jones – Copper West Real Estate BRONZE: Ackerman Orchards – Andrew Kirschbaum – Fran Finney & Buck Parker – Jacques Sharp, Attorneys at Law – Linda Gleeson – Lori Golze – Maryann Roulier – Michelle Edwards – Molly & Eric Fauth – Sharon Beardsley – Susan Donnelly & Bob Sharkey – Debbie Sanguras
Cemetery Tales 2022
2022 marked the 12th production of Cemetery Tales and our second year presenting stories through film rather than live in the cemetery. We featured a musical theme – barber shop quartets, classical musicians, yodeling families, mariachi, and everything in between.
Missed last year’s performance?
Now available for streaming on YouTube!
Watch the full Cemetery Tales 2021 video here!