Piano Extravaganza at the Kiggins

The Vancouver Symphony Chamber Music Series is back for its highly anticipated seventh season filled with familiar favorites

Jane Kirkpatrick at Fort Vancouver

From 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center, widely-known and well-loved historical novelist Jane Kirkpatrick will be discussing stories and characters of the Pacific Northwest. You can learn more about Kirkpatrick and her many other novels by following her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/theauthorjanekirkpatrick or visiting her website at jkbooks.com.

Wine & Paint at Vancouver Art Space

The Vancouver Art Space is offering its guests a frighteningly good time on the night of Saturday, Oct.

Aviation Explorers Open House

The Pearson Field Education Center, in partnership with Cascadia Technical Academy and The Historic Trust, will host an open house for prospective Aviation Explorers from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 21. Aviation Explorers is a hands-on program open to young men and women from 14 to 20 years old who have an interest

Haunted Walking Tour: Downtown Camas

The Downtown Camas Association is hosting the first-ever Ghosts & Spirits Haunted Walking Tour of downtown Camas, just in time for Halloween! Experience a one-hour guided walking tour through downtown Camas while hearing riveting, ghostly stories that have been collected by downtown building owners and merchants over the years—as well as mediums who have done

SW WA Tamale Festival

The Southwest Washington Tamale Festival is coming to downtown Washougal from 1 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21. Presented by the Southwest Washington League of United Latin American Citizens, the family-friendly event will celebrate the richness of Latino culture and is free and open to the public. The event will feature tamale contests for

Grow a “Greener” Lawn

WSU Extension Clark County Master Gardeners and Clark County Public Health are teaming up to present a free

Seven Years of Niche

Here’s something the crow about: Niche Wine Bar is celebrating its seventh anniversary with a party at the historic Kiggins Theatre on Wednesday, Oct. 18. Niche is located just north of the Kiggins, so you can stop in and enjoy a glass or a bottle of wine at Niche before you head on over the

Theater Classes for Adults at Magenta

Magenta Theater is known primarily as a performance venue for mainstage shows, improv events, staged readings and musicals. Due to ongoing requests from patrons and volunteers, Magenta is now offering more theater-related classes for adults. The company has always had workshops in lighting design, sound board operation and other technical areas, but has referred requests

Haunted Happenings at the Camas Library

October at the Camas Public Library is filled with frighteningly fun and fabulously free things to do for

Owls & Bats at the Water Center

Clark County’s Green Neighbors Program is celebrating its fifth anniversary from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15,

Everybody’s Brewing 9-Yr. Anniversary & Love Local Brewfest

Everybody’s Brewing has been brewing up award-winning beer and serving it at the Everybody’s Brewing taproom in White

Ellie Alexander Book Launch at Ben’s Bottle Shop

Local mystery author Ellie Alexander, author of the wildly popular Bakeshop Mystery Series, is launching a new collection

Mask Making Contest at Vancouver Art Space

Calling all goblins, ghoulies, super-heroes, princesses, warriors and Other Beings, ages five to 12: the Vancouver Art Space, #206 at the Vancouver Mall, invites you to “The Most Amazingly Creative Halloween Mask Event,” where you will decorate a one-of-a-kind mask to wear on Halloween. Halloween music and surprises are in store for event participants.  Your mask

Fall Leaves Steam Train

What’s the best way to see the North Bank’s glorious autumn foliage? From a train, of course! The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad will operate its Fall Leaves Special train rides this weekend, departing at noon and 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, and Sunday, Oct. 15. With the leaves just beginning to show off their fall

Family Nature Fest at Columbia Springs

Choose your own nature adventure at the Family Nature Fest, a “hands-on, minds-on” festival happening at Columbia Springs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14. At Family Nature Fest, you can compete in slug racing, find a pumpkin in the forest, meet reptiles and amphibians, make an exploding volcano, forage for fungi

Alpacas, Puppies & Parrots at the Water Center

October’s Second Saturday at the Water Resources Education Center is going to the birds, dogs, and a friendly alpaca! Families are invited to recognize and celebrate animals who serve in our community from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14. Meet several lovable puppies from the Guiding Eyes of Clark County, a guide dog,