Earth Day at Mount St. Helens

The Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount St. Helens Institute invite you to celebrate Earth Day at Mount St. Helens from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 25. There are two work parties on the same day: one on the north side of Mount St. Helens at the Science and Learning Center, and

A Night in Tuscany

Feeling like a little Italian vacation? You might consider enjoying “A Night in Tuscany,” the second annual dinner-and-auction

Lou Brancaccio & Cuba Straits

It’s no mystery as to why Randy Wayne White‘s novels are New York Times best-sellers. The Columbian editor

Permanent Comedy Live!

Ridgefield’s historic Old Libery Theater presents Permanent Comedy Live! at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 25. Get your

Plants & Bees Sale

NatureScaping of Southwest Washington is all abuzz with plans for its Bare Root Trees, Shrubs & Perennials Sale

Chief Redheart Ceremony

Every year in the spring, the Nez Perce people gather on the lower parade grounds at Fort Vancouver National Historical Site to participate in a memorial ceremony honoring their ancestors. This ceremony is free and open to the public (although donations are welcome) and anyone who wishes to participate is welcome. There will be speeches,

Country Life Fair

Pomeroy Farm will host a Country Life Fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday,

Art Show & Wine Tasting

The Woodland Tulip Festival may have concluded, but now it’s time for the much-anticipated Art Show & Wine Tasting at Holland America Bulb Farm, where guests will sip delicious regional wines while enjoying the work of local artists—jewelry, ceramics, fiber arts, paintings and more. The Art Show & Wine Tasting will be held from 5

Luepke Flowers & Finds, Kids’ Paint & Plant

Savvy Vancouvrians have been getting flowers from Luepke’s since 1906, but today the landmark floral boutique is a destination for flowers, fine gifts, and a place for ‘Couvies to see and be seen. The building was purchased by Bruno Amicci—who also owns Low Bar, and intends to open a taproom and a speakeasy adjacent to

Home & Garden Idea Fair

The Home & Garden Idea Fair, sponsored by Clark Public Utilities, will be held from April 24-26 at the Clark County Event Center, 17402 N.E. Delfel Road in Ridgefield. This event is crazy-popular, with more than 20,000 people swarming to the Event Center—well, like bees to a garden. The Idea Fair is free—yup, that’s right, there’s

Find Your Park

We’re right in the middle of National Park Week, April 18-25, and that means it’s time to “Find

Vegetarian Dinner at Niche

Vegetarians of the North Bank, unite! …at Niche Wine & Art Bar, the downtown Vancouver hotspot that’s hosting

Volcano Views & Brews

Do you like beer? Good. Do you think volcanoes are fascinating? Even better. Combine your passions at Volcano

Taken by Storm

On Thursday, April 23, Children’s Center will host a benefit dinner featuring musician, actor, playwright, and author Storm

Business Growth Awards

Which North Bank businesses are experiencing the most dynamic growth? Who are the small business owners who are enriching the local economy by providing jobs and services? Who’s discovered the secret to doing more than just getting by—who is, in fact, growing? Find out at the 2015 Business Growth Awards from 5 to 8 p.m.