Information & Resources
The Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce is proud of our membership and dedication to our community. Our focus is on our business members and community residents. The Chamber is sensitive to how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting both Klickitat County businesses as well as the Columbia Gorge community at large. In response, we have an initiative to help member businesses communicate with the public during this time of crisis.
Regional Mt. Adams Chamber members and Klickitat County non-member businesses are asked to send us their social media posts, menus, etc. that have to do with the following:
- Offers for special services
- Updates of business hours
- Information about special precautions/closures
- Offers for takeout or delivery services
- Offers for online services or classes
Please reach out to Tammara with your questions at ExecDir@MtAdamsChamber.com. As we move forward and absorb new information, we will be regularly posting updates for our business community and the Columbia Gorge community at large. Please bookmark this page and check back here on a regular basis for any new information as it becomes available.
Washington State Coronavirus Response (COVID-19) Resources for you, your family, workers and businesses.
Washington 211 COVID-19 Call Center
Do you need information or answers to your questions and concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)? You can call 1-800-525-0127 or text 211-211 for help. You can also text the word “Coronavirus” to 211-211 to receive information and updates on your phone wherever you are. You will receive links to the latest information on COVID-19, including county-level updates, and resources for families, businesses, students, and more.
National Health Care Leaders eNewsletter
West Coat PPE is our local source for supplies.
Mt. Adam's Transportation Schedule
Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources:
Crisis Text Line offers 24/7 support from trained crisis counselors by texting HOME to 741741.
Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress at 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.
For many survivors, staying home may not be safe. Futures Without Violence is maintaining a comprehensive information and resources for survivors, communities, and domestic and sexual violence advocacy organizations and service providers.
National Domestic Violence Hotline offers support through the chat feature on the website or over the phone at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY).
API Chaya specializes in supporting survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking with people from or affiliated with Asian, Pacific Islander and Middle Eastern communities.
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence provides numerous resources for domestic violence survivors including shelters and local programs.
The Washington Recovery Help Line offers an anonymous, confidential 24-hour help line for Washington State residents who are experiencing substance use disorder, problem gambling, and/or a mental health challenge.
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) has compiled a selection of web pages and information sheets on mental health and coping with the effects of COVID-19.
How to Help Someone with Anxiety or Depression During COVID-19 - from the Mental Health First Aid Blog
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers guidance to support mental health and well-being through the stress and anxiety caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Links to Stay Engaged!
Resources & Activities for Youth & Adults (click on links):
LEARNING LINKS, 4-H & More!
Parents' Guide to Education and Activity Resources
We Are Teachers, Virtual P.E. classes - KEEP STUDENTS MOVING at HOME
Library Activities - http://fvrl.org/new-
- Ebooks, online language learning & more!
- WiFi will continue to be open to public during closures - park nearby to access.
Canva TEMPLATES to support remote learning (free - with sign in required)
Gorge Maker Space - STEM activities you can do at home!
Gorge Maker Space - Digital Takeout Service
Prevention Coalition Resources:
Prevent Coalition - local SW Washington prevention through ESD 112
PTTC - Northwest Prevention Technology Center
Athena Forum - site for prevention / mental health professionals and volunteers
NIH - Alcohol and Covid-19
Ayutlense Family Mexican Restaurant
120 E Steuben St Bingen, WA
Open from 11:00 A.M - 8:30pm / Everyday we have Margaritas and Beer To-Go!
60 NE Wauna Ave. White Salmon, Wa
Hours 5:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Chesser Roe Teas (inside Harvest Market)
Chips Bar & Grill
Closed until COVID restrictions are lifted.
Dickey's Farm Store
511 W Steuben St Bingen, Wa
Hours 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
East Gorge Food Trail
EAT14 Asian Restaurant
105 W Steuben St Bingen, Wa
Hours 10:30 AM - 9:00 PM Call or come in
Everybody's Brewing & Pub
177 E Jewett Blvd White Salmon, WA
(509) 637-2774 Takeout: 11:30AM-9PM Monday through Sunday
Dine-In: 3-9PM Monday-Thursday | 11:30AM-9:30PM Friday-Sunday.
Feast Market & Delicatessen
151 E Jewett Blvd White Salmon, WA
Open Hours 7am – 10pm
77 Wauna Street White Salmon, WA
The Huck Truck
415 W. Steuben Street Bingen, WA
11-3 on weekdays. Visit our website to order and pay online. You can now order, for your own home kitchen many of our items.
Lyle Sandbar & Grill
Wed- Fri. 4-9 Sat. 2-9.
509.365.0072 Our menu is on our Facebook page (@Lylesandbarandgrill)
The Lyle Hotel & Restaurant
We will be open for dine in seating Friday's & Saturday's for the time being. Please call us to reserve.
100 Seventh St, Lyle, WA 98635
Murphy's Family Watering Hole
216 West Steuben St. Bingen, WA
Open for in or out seating or takeout 12:00 am to 7 pm. Check our Facebook page for specials
North Shore Cafe
166 E Jewett Blvd White Salmon, Wa
RubyJune Inn Icehouse Wine Bar
866 Hwy 141 White Salmon, Wa
Thurs - Sun 5 pm to Close
Beer, Wine, Cider & Charcuterie - Order online for pickup
Uplifted Coffee Company
705 W Steuben St Bingen, Wa
Food Bank in Bingen
Open: Tues, Thurs, 9-12, 1-3:30
Washington Gorge Action number is 509-493-6623
Gorge Grown Food Network
Updates, resources, and recipes
Mid-Columbia Economic Development District
COVID-19 Resources and Updates. Join their eNewsletter for daily updates.
Small Business Resilience Hub presented by SCORE
Small Business Requirements & Resources - FREE WORKSHOPS presented by Washington State Dept of Revenue, Dept of L&I and Employment Security Dept.
Employment Security: Go to ESD.WA.GOV and check out the COVID-19 information section.
There, you’ll find FAQs for employees and businesses, preparation checklists and more.
"How To Grow & Sustain A Healthy Business" - A condensed presentation by Carola Stepper, LAc / Owner, Cascade Acupuncture Centers on 6/18/2020 Password: 0L?.ScOB
Business Adaptation Training Resources – Presented for Oregon (but useful for Washington) https://www.mcedd.org/bat-training-resources/
IRS Tax Filing and Payment Deadline Extended to July 15, 2020
Town Hall Webinar - A Business Guide to Reopening May 27, 2020 - presented by Yakima County Economic Dev.
Managing a Business in Crisis
Webinar from Goldendale and Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce. (Access password: q2&$RMoj)
Klickitat County SBA Resources & More webinar on 4/9/2020
Financing, Exporting and Advising Resources to Support Business Impacted by COVID-19
The SBA launched www.sba.gov/coronavirus to provide information about resources small businesses can access now to navigate their business through the COVID-19 pandemic.
This includes financing through SBA Loan Guarantee Program – working capital, microloans, express loans and lines of credit – and counseling services through the SBA Resource Partner Network to help businesses navigate preparedness plans.
Visitors are asked to plan ahead, by checking agency websites or to see what is open before driving out and by considering a couple of “Plan B” recreation activities in case their first choice is too crowded when they arrive. Recreation sites may open or close with little advance notice; please respect any closures posted when you arrive.
Check on Washington State Park closures before you go to our trailheads or parks and confirm they are open. Stay At Home and Social Distancing mandates are still in affect.
River Drifters - Friendly, experienced guides with access to WA and OR rivers.
Zoller's Outdoor Odysseys - Explore Rafting Trips and plan your adventures. *Check out our new adventure blog.
Our favorite annual Columbia River Gorge Visitor Guide now has a website to complement their outstanding printed materials. Please take a look... https://columbiagorgetomthood.com/central-gorge-washington/Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail website invites you to retrace the expedition and explore new people, places and stories.Cedar Creek Alpacas is now open for farm tours Wednesday thru Sunday 11 am to 5 pm. The boutique is open as well and is following the phase 2 safety guidelines of WA State.Cedar Creek Alpacas is also offering private appointments Wednesday thru Sunday, one hour before they open for those that are high risk or are concerned about risk. The appointment must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Please check out www.cedarcreekalpacas.com for more information. If you prefer to shop the boutique from home, check out the online store at www.
alpacaboutiqueatcedarcreek.com for gifts to give or for yourself!Cedar Creek Alpacas is located at 182 McNichols Rd, Cook, WA 98605 - They can be reached at 541-604-5765
The Book Peddler
154 E Jewett Blvd, White Salmon, WA Officially open during this social distancing time, but I am happy to take requests via phone, text email and will arrange to meet customers at the store. phone: 503 341 7265, firstname.lastname@example.org, website: bookpeddler.net
East Gorge Food Trail - New for 2020 ~ Addition of Washington side businesses!
This site is focused on ways we can all help our Gorge people & businesses during this crisis. And how we can recover quickly from the economic set backs.
Hear in the Gorge Tune into our partner podcast for conversations with the Gorge community, short stories, and the next full-episode coming this spring. At a time when it could be easy to feel isolated, it’s amazing how hearing the voices of others can remind you of your connection to this place and to each other.
Confluence Story Collection: Parallel Lives
Bryson Liberty: The Dalles Movie Theater Wouldn’t “Sell to Indians”
Bryson Liberty (Cayuse, Umatilla, Walla Walla) talks about an incident in the Dalles where he and a friend were declined service at a movie theater.
Bobbie Conner: The Extinguishing of Property Rights
Bobbie Conner (Cayuse/Nez Perce/Umatilla) talks about treaties and their impact on fishing and property rights.
Ed Edmo's Poetry
“Parallel Lives” by Ed Edmo and Lani Roberts in Seeing Color: Indigenous Peoples and Racialized Ethnic Minorities in Oregon, University Press of America, 2007.
“Village in Town: The Communities Transformed by The Dalles Dam” in Death of Celilo Falls, by Katrine Barber. University of Washington Press, 2005.
Oregon’s founders sought a ‘white utopia,’ a stain of racism that lives on even as state celebrates its progressivism. Oregonian, June 6, 2020
America’s Statue Wars Are a Family Feud, New York Times, November 16, 2017. Writer Sarah Vowell looks at the debate over historical monuments and describes Maya Lin's Confluence sites as a positive example.
Gallery: Children of Celilo Village
This gallery features images of children through Celilo Village in daily life, at work and play.