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Mark your calendar for the 1st Annual Hood River Hard-Pressed Cider Fest on April 12, 2014. More details can be found online at: http://hoodriver.org/events-festivals/chamber-events/hard-pressed-cider-fest-2

60th Annual Hood River Valley Blossom Fest: April 12-27, 2014 Nothing says spring quite like fruit trees in bloom, and Hood River County celebrates the arrival of spring in style with their three-week annual Blossom Time. Hood River Valley, which spans the north slope of Mount Hood to the south shore of the Columbia River Gorge, is the largest pear-growing region in Oregon, producing 50% of the nation’s winter pear crop. It’s also home to an abundance of cherry and apples orchards.

One of the most beautiful things you'll ever see. Blossom Time in Hood River County. A sea of blooming apple, pear, and cherry trees with Mt. Hood in the backgroung. April 12-28. (Photo copyright David Cobb.)

Blossom Time in Hood River has begun and it is AMAZING already this year. You have to come see the Valley filled with cherry, pear, apple, and apricot flowering trees!

First Fridays in downtown Hood River. Runs from May-September every year.

Hood River Lavender Farms and Mt. Hood

Draper Girls Farm on the Hood River County Fruit Loop. About 3 miles from the Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast

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