Peter Pan Flies Into Town

Fly away to Neverland with Peter and the Darling children in “Peter Pan Jr.,” Disney’s stage adaptation of

Craft Fair & More at Burnt Bridge

There’s a lot going on at Burnt Bridge Cellars‘ downtown tasting room, starting with First Friday on Aug. 1. From 4 to 8 p.m., you can savor a glass (or two!) of gold-medal-winning wine while enjoying live music by The Vantuckians, as well as finger foods provided by Class Cooking. On Saturday, Aug. 2, drop

Feelin’ Good in the Neighborhood

First Friday in downtown Camas—happening from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 1—is all about feelin’ good

Columbia Gorge International Film Festival

There’s a world-class film festival about to happen in an unlikely North Bank locale: that unassuming town that serves as our Gateway to the Gorge, Washougal! But maybe it’s not so unlikely after all. Washougal has developed itself into quite the North Bank hotspot, with trendy eateries, a brewpub, a juice bar, boutiques, and modern-yet-friendly

Open House at the Fire Station

Wondering what to do with your restless kids this Sunday? Take them to the fire station for the

Beacock Music Keeps Up the Beat

Vancouver’s Beacock Music was named 2014’s “Best Merchandising and Display” winner by the National Association of Music Merchants

Eat a Taco for Daybreak

Vancouver’s Original Taco House is helping Daybreak Youth Services with two delicious fundraisers on Wednesday, July 30, and

Find Waldo

There’s only one week left to find Waldo, that stripey-shirted-and-bespectacled guy of picturebook fame. Waldo—the beloved star of

Tree Identification Walk

What kind of tree is that? Many species of beautiful trees have their roots in the North Bank,

Poetry in the Shops

Earlier this year, Christopher Luna—the North Bank’s very own poet laureate—chose the following Clark County poets to have

Camas Days

It’s almost time for Camas Days—Friday, July 25, and Saturday, July 26—followed by the Ducky Derby and Lacamas Lake Half Marathon & 5K on Sunday, July 27. Camas has a lot to celebrate this year, because Family Circle recently chose this city as one of the country’s top 10 family-friendly towns (even if they did

Ducky Derby

Do you feel ducky? Go ahead, make our day—by throwing your rubber ducky into river and watching it