Seahawks 12 Tour at Haagen Park

What’s blue and green and runs really fast with a football? The Seattle Seahawks, of course! And you

Photography Exhibit at Second Story Gallery

Second Story Gallery, located on the second floor of the Camas Public Library in downtown Camas, presents “New Works” by the Camas Camera Club, including photographs from Karen Elliott, Shonda Feather, Rick Hopper, Cheri Jackson, John Lasher, Tom Mallon, Suzanne Michalik, Kirsten Muskat, Clayton Ravsten, Lora Rollins, Cindy Schroeder, Lois Settlemeyer, Lou Steffey, Tonette Sweet, Les

The Beatles Come Back

The Kiggins Theatre received such an enthusiastic response to its July 4-8 showing of the remastered and restored

Columbia Basin Basketry at Cathlapotle Plankhouse

The Cathlapotle Plankhouse in Ridgefield opens its large, brightly-painted door on the second Sunday of each month to allow people to experience Chinookan culture first-hand. From noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 13, The Columbia Basin Basketry Guild will be in the plankhouse to demonstrate traditional basketry techniques of the Native American tribes who

Community Drum Circle

This next full moon is called the “buck moon” by some Native Americans, because this is the time

W.I.N. at Main Street Vintage Home

On Wednesday, July 9, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Women in Networking (W.I.N.) will go wild at Main

Summer at Three Brothers Vineyard

Ridgefield’s family-owned Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery is about to begin its summer concert series, where you can

Riverview Six to Sunset Concerts

Vancouver may be a tad damp and cold in the wintertime, but summertime is invariably glorious—which is why

Give Twice

Not everyone is celebrating on the Fourth of July. Accidents and illness don’t follow a calendar, and right at this moment, doctors and nurses in Southwest Washington hospitals are caring for patients, fireworks or no fireworks. But what is more American, more patriotic, than taking care of each other—neighbor looking out for neighbor? The Southwest

First Friday Is Second Friday

Most galleries in the downtown Vancouver Arts District will be closed for the July 4 holiday, which falls

Vancouver Rodeo

For 44  years, the Vancouver Rodeo has been ropin’, ridin’ and buckin’ for over 8,000 people who attend

Felida 4th of July Parade

The Felida Neighborhood Association and the Hazel Dell-Salmon Creek Business Association are partnering for an adorable annual tradition: the