Murder Mystery Fundraiser Scares Away Hunger

What’s scarier than ghosts, goblins or monsters? The fact that there are families and children in Clark County

Boo Bash

What’s cuter than a kid in a costume begging for candy? Thousands of kids in costumes (and grown-ups, too) who don’t have to beg because store owners in downtown Camas are literally throwing candy into their waiting bags and buckets. Boo Bash! Trick or Treat is a Halloween tradition in downtown Camas, held from 3

Spooky Week: Jack O’Lanterns & Ghost Stories

Things are getting spoooooooky at the Camas Public Library as Halloween draws closer. Next week, in fact, is officially Spooky Week at the Camas Library, with a pumpkin carving contest, ghost stories for grown-ups and kids, and of course the annual Boo Bash on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Judging for the library’s pumpkin carving contest will

Brad Meltzer at Library Dinner & Auction

Brad Meltzer, New York Times bestselling author and celebrity host of Brad Meltzer’s Lost History and Brad Meltzer’s

Tour Vancouver’s Old City Cemetery

For one incredibly spooky night, the Clark County Historical Museum—in partnership with Urban Forestry—will present a walking tour

Make a Difference Day

Each year, volunteers across the nation gather on the fourth Saturday of October to work towards a common goal: making a difference in their communities. Make a Difference Day on Saturday, Oct. 22, is a great way to get active in your community, meet new people and help beautify our parks, green spaces and downtown

Drink This!

Drink This! is your chance to meet Vancouver’s artisan beveragemakers. The focus is on wine, craft beer, and cocktails, but you might also sample hard cider, coffee, tea, and soda. Plan your own self-guided tour with the Drink This! map, available at participating locations from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22. Here’s where

Find Your Pumpkin at Columbia Springs

Avoid the crowds at the pumpkin patch and find your gourd in the forest at Columbia Springs. This

Harry and Snowman at the Kiggins

The acclaimed documentary “Harry and Snowman” opens Friday, Oct. 21, only at the Kiggins Theatre in downtown Vancouver.

Food for Thought at OurBar

Food for Thought is a six course dinner hosted by OurBar featuring a seasonal menu sourced from local

Fast Friends (Mature Edition)

No, not THAT kind of mature. The “of a certain age” kind of mature, as in, 50ish and

CouvFest NW Music Festival

What event is big enough to occupy the entire Kiggins Theatre for two rockin’ days? CouvFest NW, a two-day music festival showcasing Vancouver’s best bands, happening on Friday, Oct. 14, and Saturday, Oct. 15. The event, which is normally held outdoors, is taking advantage of the Kiggins, which is engineered for great sound and visual