Niche Turns Four

Here’s something the crow about: Niche Wine & Art Bar—one of downtown Vancouver’s most sophisticated nightspots—is celebrating its

Learn the Thriller Dance

As Vincent Price said, “Whosoever shall be found without the soul for getting down shall stand and face

Pay 2 Play at Camas Library

The Camas Public Library is offering a free showing of John Wellington Ennis’ documentary film, “Pay 2 Play:

Cider Pressing at the Grist Mill

Where can you get the best, freshest apple cider you ever tasted? At the annual Apple Cider Pressing at Woodland’s Cedar Creek Grist Mill, held every year on the last Saturday in October—this year, that’s Saturday, Oct. 25. Apples will start being pressed at 9 a.m. and the cider presses will keep turning out fresh

Songwriter Showcase with Randy Cate

On Thursday, Oct. 23, downtown Vancouver’s family-friendly Brickhouse Bar & Grill will once again host the extremely popular

Manor Grange Market & Holiday Bazaar

Looking for some vintage va-va-voom? Take note: Manor Grange in Battle Ground offers a Community Market on the

Pumpkin Carving Contest

We know that North Bank Now readers have mad pumpkin-carving skillz, and we challenge you and your kids

Make a Difference Day

Joining Vancouver’s Make a Difference Day is a great way to get active in your community, meet new people, and help beautify our parks, green spaces, and downtown area. On Saturday, Oct. 25, there will be three great volunteer opportunities around Clark County: Uptown Village Clean Up & Presentation of Ryan Woods Grassroots Community Award

Artist’s Reception at Camas Gallery

The Camas Gallery will host a reception for award-winning photographer John Kay from 4 to 7 p.m. on

Drink This! Oct. 18

There’s a lot to drink here on the North Bank: handcrafted beer, award-winning wine, top-notch house-roasted coffee and