WEO Goes Bowling

The Women Entrepreneurs Organization (WEO) Summer Social Bowl-O-Rama is rolling into town on at 5 p.m. on Wednesday,

Photography Exhibit at Second Story Gallery

Second Story Gallery, located on the second floor of the Camas Public Library in downtown Camas, presents “New

Art & Wine Fair at English Estate

Wine makes everything a little more beautiful—although the art on display and for sale at English Estate Winery’s

Community Drum Circle

This next full moon is called the “buck moon” by some Native Americans, because this is the time of year when a buck’s new antlers push out of his forehead with a coating of velvety fur. This summer moon is also known as the “full hay moon” or “full thunder moon.” In any case, it’s

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

Parade of Homes

The 2014 NW Natural Parade of Homes, presented by HomeStreet Bank, is marching into Clark County on Friday,

Playtime in the Parks

“Playtime in the Parks” is just the ticket for moms, dads, grandpas, grandmas, and all caregivers for young

Summer at Three Brothers Vineyard

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

Independence Day at Fort Vancouver

Where is the biggest, best fireworks display west of the Mississippi? At the biggest party in town: the glorious, all-American Independence Day celebration at Fort Vancouver, with live music, lots of food, and a big, booming, beautiful display of pyrotechnics against the nighttime sky. Tickets—just $5 each—are available at any Southwest Washington Fred Meyer store.

Salmon Creek Farmers Market

Get fresh in Salmon Creek! The Salmon Creek Farmers Market is getting ready for another farm-fresh season, beginning

Give Twice

Not everyone is celebrating on the Fourth of July. Accidents and illness don’t follow a calendar, and right

First Friday Is Second Friday

Most galleries in the downtown Vancouver Arts District will be closed for the July 4 holiday, which falls on a First Friday but (just this one time) is superseded by the nationwide celebration of our country’s independence. But never fear, North Bank art aficionados! This month, Second Friday is the new First Friday: Vancouver’s Downtown