Local health center displays watercolors

Local health center displays watercolors

The Rose Springs Center for the Healing Arts Gallery will feature the work of watercolor artist...

Belles are ringing at Stages production

Belles are ringing at Stages production

Nearly 20-person cast brings popular sequel to life in Hillsboro STAGES Performing Arts Youth...

First Tuesday brings music, food and art

First Tuesday brings music, food and art

It’s First Tuesday in downtown Hillsboro again, and a new month brings new art in local...

Hillsboro's Features

May 21, 2015

Art briefs

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Anthology pays tribute to rivers Check out a copy of “Honoring Our Rivers: A Student Anthology” at Hillsboro libraries. In its 15th year of publication, the anthology features original poems,…
COURTESY PHOTO - Author Gary Ferguson has been exploring and writing for 20 years, and hell speak in Hillsboro Monday, May 18.
May 15, 2015

Author addresses how nature heals

by Stephanie Haugen
Author Gary Ferguson will visit downtown Hillsboro Monday, May 18, to talk about his personal experiences with and his observations about the healing power of nature. His lecture will cover the…
COURTESY PHOTO - The Hillsboro Community Youth Choir was founded 10 years ago and is celebrating the milestone with a special concert and gala. Cindy Uecker is the group's artistic director.
May 08, 2015

Hillsboro youth choir celebrates 10 years

by Stephanie Haugen
The Hillsboro Community Youth Choir presents its spring concert and 10th anniversary celebration Saturday, May 16. The concert will be held at 4 p.m. in the Hillsboro High School Auditorium,…
COURTESY PHOTO: CASEY CAMPBELL PHOTOGRAPHY - Damaris Webb as Black Caesar, Andrew Beck as Lt. Ralph Clark and Cassie Greer as Duckling Smith bring Our Countrys Good to life.
May 08, 2015

Bag&Baggage explores empathy, art's power

by Stephanie Haugen
Restoration comedy lets cast walk in someone else's shoes With a ragtag cast of convicts, a leading lady about to be hanged and only two copies of the play to practice with, what could go wrong?…
May 08, 2015

Native Hillsboro residents shine in Beaverton play

by Tina Arth and Darrell Baker
'Songs for a New World' challenging Beaverton Civic Theatre’s current production, “Songs for a New World,” is something of a theatrical enigma. In his director’s notes, Josh Pounders explains…
HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: DOUG BURKHARDT - Tina Jacobsen has put her heart and soul into making her brick-and-mortar bookstore work in Hillsboro.
April 30, 2015

Jacobsen's celebrates fifth anniversary

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Tina Jacobsen, who runs Jacobsen’s Books & More in downtown Hillsboro, is celebrating her five-year anniversary running an independent book store in the midst of intense competition from online…
COURTESY PHOTO - Douglas Lora, Dudu Maia and Alexandre Lora make up the internationally recognized Trio Brasileiro, wholl be at Portland Community Colleges Rock Creek campus Tuesday.
April 24, 2015

Brazilian jazz trio performs, teaches at PCC

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Jazz connoisseurs and general music lovers are invited to a day of musical entertainment and instruction with the Brazilian virtuoso jazz and choro group Trio Brasileiro. Portland Community…
COURTESY PHOTO - Glencoe High School students Emily Upton, Jenna Corso, Ali Strelchun and Cheyenne Colucci bring the show to life on stage.
April 17, 2015

Glencoe stages original murder mystery

by Pamplin Media Group
Glencoe High School presents its fourth original, interactive murder mystery, “Town Hall of Doom,” Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The citizens of Plainsville have a full agenda of important…
April 10, 2015

Art briefs

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Haiku contest open until April 21 Enter a haiku in North Plains. The North Plains Public Library is celebrating National Poetry Month with its fourth annual haiku contest. Enter haiku poems from…
HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: DOUG BURKHARDT - April flowers are in bloom all around the Hillsboro area as the recent combination of mixed sun and rain along with mild temperatures has created ideal conditions for plant life. This colorful tulip garden was spotted in the 300 block of Northwest Jackson Street in Hillsboro. It remains to be seen whether the burst of color will turn the April showers bring May flowers adage on its ear this year. The Old Farmers Almanac predicts the average temperature in the city to be 57 in May -- 2 degrees above normal. And, the almanac says, the four-day period of May 19-22 should be very warm and turning hot May 23-26.
April 10, 2015

Will April FLOWERS ... turn to May SHOWERS?

by Doug Burkhardt

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COURTESY PHOTO - Several authors will participate in a discussion about poet Mary Olivers work at the Hillsboro library.
Apr 09, 2015

Celebrate National Poetry Month with Mary Oliver

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The monthly Conversations with Writers will host a tribute to the most published American poet, Mary Oliver, to celebrate National Poetry Month. The event will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday,…
COURTESY PHOTO - Oregon Care Partners offers free online and in-person classes about creating a positive environment for loved ones with dementia, what to expect as their condition progresses and more.
Apr 03, 2015

Caregivers can learn for free at community center

by Staff
Caregiving for those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia can be an emotionally and physically taxing job. On Tuesday, April 7, Oregon Care Partners is offering a class, “Living with…

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