Bigfoot, Butterflies, Monsters & Humans at Vintage Books

There’s a lot going on this weekend at Vintage Books, Southwest Washington’s largest independent bookstore. First off is

Boots & Bow Ties

The Mount St. Helens Institute, a nonprofit organization with the mission to promote stewardship of the earth through science, education, and exploration of volcanic landscapes, will host its fourth annual Boots & Bow Ties Dinner and Auction Fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Hilton Vancouver. But this is no ordinary cocktail-attire affair: after you

“Harvest Gold” Neil Young Tribute Band at Magenta Theater

Neil Young will be at the Magenta Theater this weekend—or at least, he’ll be there in spirit as part of Harvest Gold, Southwest Washington’s premier Neil Young tribute band will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, laying down everything from the acoustic moods of Young’s “Harvest” album to the garage-band-extraordinaire sound of the

Arts & Culture Summit

Do you have something to say about the arts in Clark County? Or maybe you’re an artists, and

Love at First Crepe Book Signing at C’est la vie

Drop in to C’est la vie French Café & Crêperie any time from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Black Market Trust at the Old Liberty

The Black Market Trust is a Los Angeles-based, five-piece band that creates a unique gypsy jazz, Django Reinhardt-inspired

North Bank Beer Week, Sept. 22-30

North Bank Beer Week—happening from Friday, Sept. 22, to Saturday, Sept. 30—is a celebration of Southwest Washington beer.

Backyard Birding Workshop

Come learn more about your backyard friends—the feathered kind, that is—during the Backyard Birding workshop at Columbia Springs on Sunday, Sept. 24. This family-friendly event includes a guided bird walk around the Columbia Springs natural area, a short video about the local bird species that you might see in your yard, and a question-and-answer session

Fort Vancouver National Trust Rebrands As “The Historic Trust”

The Fort Vancouver National Trust announced it has undergone a re-branding, and is renaming itself The Historic Trust,

Give More 24! Thursday, Sept. 21

Southwest Washington’s fourth annual day of online giving is planned for Thursday, Sept. 21. The event, called Give

ROAR Storytelling: Love

ROAR is a bi-monthly storytelling event that showcases seasoned storytellers, improvisers, writers, slam poets, and surprise guests, with female empowerment and courage as the underlying theme. This Thursday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m., ROAR will bring four women to the stage to share inspiring, honest, and raw stories from their lives. ROAR’s next show, “Love,”