War of the Worlds Radio Drama

Want some good, old-fashioned creepiness? Come to the free performance of “The War of the Worlds” at 7

Get the Dirt at Vintage Books

Bestselling author and soil expert Kristin Ohlson will be at Vintage Books at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov.

Halloween Fun Fest

Battle Ground’s 33rd annual Halloween Fun Fest will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on the evening

Open Studios Preview

The Arts of Clark County and the Clark County Arts Commission invite you to get a sneak peek at the art—and the artists—to be featured during its upcoming Open Studios Tour on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8 and 9. If you’re not able to take the tour, this is your one opportunity to see it

Costume Party at Pomeroy Cellars

Feeling like a little grown-up fun on Halloween? Get on your grandest get-up and head out to Pomeroy

Old Time Rock & Roll

What did people listen to at Fort Vancouver in the 1800? Probably not Coldplay or the soundtrack for

Boo Bash

What’s cuter than a kid in a costume begging for candy? Hundreds of kids in costumes (and grown-ups,

Rip City Relay in Vancouver

The Portland Trail Blazers and Moda Health are partnering for the second annual Rip City Relay, a week-long journey around Oregon and Southwest Washington that concludes at the Moda Center in time for the team’s season opener against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Oct. 29. Vancouver will host a Rip City Fair at Bi-Mart on

Harvest Hootenanny

Git on yer dancin’ boots and yer gingham skirt (or overalls, as the case may be) and mosey on over to the Harvest Hootenanny Festival from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 24, at the Firstenburg Community Center. This free event—hosted by the Meals on Wheels People and the Firstenburg Center—is a hee-hawin’, boot-scootin’

Three for Silver at OurBar

If you haven’t made it out to Washougal to visit OurBar, it’s high time. This local gem–which even some Portlanders list among their top brunch spots–has garnered a large and loyal following, and often sports a line out the front door. If you have a bite of the huckleberry pancakes, you’ll know why. Then there’s

Taco House Magic

Tacos = good. Magic = good (unless it involves sawing, knife-throwing, or the sudden disappearance of a loved

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 the hounds of hell!” Fortunately, you’ll be safe from hell’s hounds because from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, you and your kids age eight and up can learn the frightfully creepy Thriller dance move’s

The Grocery Cocktail & Social

The owners of The Grocery Cocktail & Social, a new cocktail bar and restaurant in the heart of

Pay 2 Play at Camas Library

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