This popular annual theatrical performance about influential members of our community from the past has been created on video. Typically a live performance, Cemetery Tales 2021 is a professional video production available for online viewing EXTENDED! Now through October 10. This year marks the 11th production of Cemetery Tales, an event created by The History Museum of Hood River County featuring local actors and volunteers.
The individuals portrayed this year represent the diversity of those who have lived in Hood River County, including early white settlers in the 1850s; the first Black family to live in Hood River in the 1870s; a Japanese-American man born in Parkdale but affected by internment and racism during and after WWII; and one of the first Mexican-American families to settle here in the late 1960s who opened the beloved Jose’s Taco House.
Video on demand via ShowTix4U.com is available October 1st through 3rd, and the video can be viewed for a 48-hour period once you start watching. Tickets are $15 (individual) or $25 (family/group). Or, take advantage of a discounted annual museum membership special: $40 (individual ticket + membership) or $65 (family ticket + membership).