Bingo & Wine Tasting at Latte Da

Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar is ending its school supply drive with a bang: Back to School Bingo Night and Wine Tasting, happening from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25. Bring five different school supplies to donate (pencils, pens, crayons, lined paper, rulers, blunt-edged scissors, to name a few items) or

Dinner in White on the Columbia

Tickets are being plucked off like daisy petals for Dinner in White on the Columbia on Saturday, Sept.

Artists Needed for Plein Air Event

Artists are needed for a day-long event in downtown Camas, the prelude to the city’s annual Plein Air First Friday happening from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 2. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., painters will gather along 4th Ave. to “paint the town” in the plein air style—meaning “open air,” after the

Girl Cops Are Awesome

Who rocks? Policewomen! The ‘Couve loves its women police officers and so, to celebrate women who serve and protect, the Vancouver Police Department is hosting Girl Cops Are Awesome II from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 1, at the Vancouver East Precinct on 520 S.E. 155th Ave. Here’s the backstory: Local girl Kinley

Back to School at Farrar’s Bistro

After herding your little ones onto the bus (or dropping them off) for their first day of school,

Magic Show at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop

Professional magician Carey Heim will be at Dave’s Killer Magic Shop for two shows on Saturday, Aug. 27: a 3 p.m. show and a 6 p.m. show. He will amaze you with his close-up parlor magic tricks. Heim specializes in sleight-of-hand with all kinds of objects, both inanimate and living. He’s a dove expert and

Vintage & Art Street Faire

The eighth annual Vintage & Art Faire will return to the streets of downtown Camas this year on

National Park Service’s 100th Birthday at Fort Vancouver

The Fort Vancouver National Historic Site will host a centennial birthday celebration for the National Park Service—founded a hundred years ago this month—on Saturday, Aug. 27. Activities will take place at each of the four sites that make up this national park: the reconstructed Fort Vancouver, Vancouver Barracks, Pearson Air Museum, and the McLoughlin House

Wine & Jazz Festival

The North Bank’s much-anticipated Wine & Jazz Festival is coming to Esther Short Park from Friday, Aug. 26,

Third Friday at Burnt Bridge Cellars

Come to Burnt Bridge Cellars from 4 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19, for award-winning wine, great food from Ember and Vine, live music by Aram Arslanian, and stunning art by Clement Lee. Ember and Vine is the marriage between smoked foods and wine. When owners Sean Martin and Mary Cressler moved to the

Women’s History Walking Tours

Join a historian from the Clark County Historical Museum for a walk highlighting the central role that founding mothers and current women leaders have played in Clark County’s past, present, and future. The streets of Vancouver ring with the powerful reverberations of these women’s effort and influence—from the original founding mother, Esther Short (pictured above),

Composting 101 Workshop

Discover how to transform decaying kitchen waste into delicious fresh vegetables by making your own super-rich compost. Come to Columbia Springs from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25, where a friendly Master Composter/Recycler will teach you everything you need to know to turn organic garbage into black gold for your garden. This two-hour

Asian Appetizers

There aren’t many things more addictively edible than Asian-inspired small plates: the classic combinations of spicy, tangy, salty, and savory make these appetizers so good, you won’t need dinner. Chef Kim Mahan of Class Cooking invites you to try some new Asian appetizer recipes during her next cooking classes at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug.

Beauty and the Beast

The enchanting world of Beauty and the Beast comes to life with three performances at the Camas High

Book to Art Club: Exploring the Legend of Selkies

The Camas Library‘s Book to Art Club is the perfect springboard for the person with a creative imagination who’s inspired by words. The premise is simple: everyone in the club reads the same book, then uses the story as the mental springboard for an original work of art. The medium can be anything—drawing, painting, fiber

Chelatchie Prairie Train Robbery

Did you know that the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad gets robbed several times a year, the trains stopped and