Playtime in the Parks

Playtime in the Parks is the perfect solution for keeping restless summertime kids ages six to 11 happy, active, and—most of all—busy. Bring your kids to the park for supervised games, sports, playground time, and crafts. The program runs from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. every week through Friday, Aug. 12, in two local parks: on

Wine & Novels at Burnt Bridge Cellars

Wine expert David Baker will be talking wine and novels at downtown Vancouver’s Burnt Bridge Cellars from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 23. Baker is the director of American Wine Story, an award-winning feature-length documentary film, and has years of experience working on commercial vineyards. Baker’s first literary novel, “Vintage,” is about a

WWII Encampment at Ft. Vancouver

A free World War II living history encampment will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 23, just west of Pearson Air Museum. This event is in partnership with the Living History Group Northwest, a local World War II living history organization. The living history re-enactors, dressed in World War II

Vintage Base Ball

Visitors to the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site this Saturday, July 23, will hear “Striker to the line!”

Meow the Night Away

Furry Friends is growing, as is the number of feline lives they save. Halfway to fulfilling their dream

Hello Vancouver Takes No Bull

Hello Vancouver! is in the spotlight at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, at the Kiggins Theatre. The

Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic

Poet, publisher, educator and activist Tessara Dudley will be featured poet at this month’s Ghost Town Poetry Open

Drink in the Summer at Moulton Falls Winery

If you haven’t yet taken the scenic drive out to Moulton Falls Winery, Thursdays this summer are the

Science on Tap: Physics for Rock Stars

“Physics for Rock Stars: Making the Laws of the Universe Work for You,” is the compelling title of

NW Largest Garage & Vintage Sale

Ladies and gentlemen, sharpen your bargain-hunting senses, because the Northwest’s Largest Garage & Vintage Sale is happening this Saturday, July 16, at the Clark County Event Center. There will be hundreds of vendor booths to browse through, selling everything from china and flatware to jewelry and clothes to furniture, antique linens, books, sporting goods, garden

The Great BYCX Train Robbery

Did you know that the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad (BYCX) gets robbed several times a year, the trains stopped and boarded by marauding bandits with faces hid behind neckerchiefs? The passengers are frisked and their valuables purloined. Fortunately, the brigands are always brought to justice when the sheriff comes to town, the passengers’ treasures returned and

My Love, Don’t Cross That River

The independent Liberty Theater in downtown Camas is a treasure to the community for many reasons, not least of which is bringing a panoply of classic films, new releases, art films and international movies to a local audience. Starting this Friday, July 15, the Liberty will offer a week-long showing of a record-breaking South Korean