CouvFest NW

CouvFest NW is Vancouver’s free, all-ages music festival that promotes the North Bank’s diverse local music scene by showcasing live, local, and original acts in a family-friendly environment. CouvFest NW is partnering with the Evergreen School District Foundation to provide school supplies for local students, so festivalgoers are encouraged to give basic school supplies or

Sunflower Festival at Heisen House

The Fifth Annual Sunflower Festival is bursting into bloom on Saturday, Aug. 30, from noon to 9 p.m.

Pooch Plunge

Bring your four-legged friend to the Marshall Community Center pool for the second annual Pooch Plunge on Monday,

Train Rides & Wine Tasting

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad will be operating its Labor Day Special on Saturday, Aug. 30, and Sunday, Aug. 31. The train runs to Moulton Falls, through a 330-foot solid rock tunnel with a stop at Moulton Station to visit Yacolt Falls. The trains will depart each day at noon and 2:30 p.m. from the train

Camas in White

Tickets are going fast for the extremely popular “Camas in White” event on Saturday, Sept. 6, hosted by the Camas Gallery. This annual fundraiser, which raises money for the Camas Washougal Mural Project, takes advantage of summer’s lingering warmth with an elegant outdoor meal and dancing in downtown Camas. The evening—modeled on the French tradition

West Coast Premiere of Patema Inverted

Acclaimed anime “Patema Inverted” will have its West Coast theatrical premiere on Friday, Aug. 29, at the independently

Free Backpack Fitting

School’s about to start and backpacks are getting filled with school supplies and books, ready to be hefted

Monthly Wine Tasting at Latte Da

Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar is bringing the North Bank’s best wines to you with monthly

Happy Trails

Vancouver Parks and Recreation and the City of Vancouver need trail-happy volunteers to help count local trail users as part of the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project. Information gathered during the counts will be used to track trends in trail usage, determine the need for infrastructure improvements, and gauge the effectiveness of outreach and

Vancouver Wine & Jazz Festival

The North Bank’s much-anticipated Wine & Jazz Festival is coming to Esther Short Park from Thursday, Aug. 21,

Dogs & Beer at Caps ‘n’ Taps

Here’s how beer and dogs are alike: Both beer and dogs help you relax. Beer ranges in color from dark brown—almost black—to pale gold, just like dogs. Beer tickles your tongue, just like dog fur would if you tried to drink it. Beer comes in different sizes, just like dogs: a glass, a pint, or

The North Bank’s Best Homebuilders

The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) presented awards for the NW Natural Parade of Homes, Columbia

Rockin’ the Red Lion

Mississippi Studios‘ “AKA @ The Burgundy Wildcat” (AKA: “AKA @ The Yellow Kitty”—are you thoroughly confused yet? Good.) is coming to the ‘Couve on Saturday, Aug. 23, with a full line-up of Portland’s favorite bands, including Typhoon, The Builders & The Butchers, and Kelli Schafer & Lost Lander, to name a few. The bands will

Pomeroy Cellars

Here’s a bit of full-bodied news, with forward notes of blackberry and spice and a smooth finish: family-owned Pomeroy Farms has opened a tasting room at the farm, located on beautiful Lucia Falls Road between Battle Ground and Yacolt. Pomeroy Cellars will celebrate its grand opening from noon to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20.

Fukushima at Angst Gallery

Poet Leah Stenson, editor of “Reverberations from Fukushima: 50 Japanese Poets Speak Out,” will be at Angst Gallery