The Original Willy Wonka

“Mmmmmmm….snozzberries!” If that phrase sets your heart aflutter, then you’re fan of the original Willy Wonka and the

Care Concert

The Care Concert is a joint benefit for the Clark County Food Bank and Doernbecher Children’s Hospital featuring

Eat at Beaches for the Fort Vancouver National Trust

The Fort Vancouver National Trust is going to the beach…or, more accurately, this local nonprofit organization is going

Tailgate Party in Ridgefield

Hightail it to Ridgefield on Saturday, Feb. 6, when this small town with a big heart is hosting

Wine, Jewelry & Women

What’s nicer than really good wine? Drinking wine while admiring (and perhaps purchasing!) extraordinary, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces handcrafted

‘Couve Radio: Help Make It Happen!

How can you find out all about all the good stuff happening in the ‘Couve? Well—besides reading North

Jason Gurley at Vintage Books

Local author Jason Gurley will be at the North Bank’s fave indie bookstore, Vintage Books, for a reading

Camas First Friday: Chocolate!

Chocolate treats, chocolate-themed movies and activities, art shows, crafts, games, prizes, and more will all be part of

Beading at the Museum

Downtown Vancouver’s First Friday Artwalk is all about art…so why not make some of your own? Last month,

Book Sale & Artists’ Reception

Are you the kind of person who thinks decorating a home mostly involves building more bookshelves? Then you’ll

‘Couve Clover Running Club

Get ready for the ‘Couve Clover Run on March 20 by joining the ‘Couve Clover Running Club, which starts training at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5. This six-week club will be led by Judith Willis of Northwest Personal Training. She’ll help you increase your distance and speed with consistent accountability check-ins, an easy-to-follow program,

First Families Forward

During the Clark County Historical Museum‘s inaugural First Thursday event of 2016, Vancouver’s “First Families” (that is, the first black families who settled in Vancouver) will come together to honor Black History Month. There has already been a book published about this important and fascinating part of North Bank history: “First Families of Vancouver’s African

Journey Through India & Nepal

Here’s something unusual and perhaps a little exotic to do during the short, chilly month of February: visit

Aviation Lecture Series

In the 2016 Aviation Lecture Series—titled “To the Top of the Atmosphere and Beyond”—four speakers will make connections between the past and the present, and between aviation and historic events of global importance. This series of free lectures, presented by Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and the Oregon L5 Society (a part of the National