Fourth of July in Washougal

The Port of Camas-Washougal is bringing the community to the riverside this summer with its Fourth of July

Rob Blackaby at Camas Gallery

The paintings of acclaimed artist Rob Blackaby will be featured at Camas Gallery during the month of July.

Pickleball at the Vancouver Tennis Center

The Vancouver Tennis Center invites you to try out the game of pickleball, a fast-growing sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping pong. It follows simple rules with an easy playing style (as in, it’s slower than tennis, so you can actually follow and hit the ball without any experience), and its comparatively

Steam Train Rides & Moulton Falls Wine Train

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with an old-fashioned steam train ride! The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is  putting its steam

Bollywood Dancing & Henna Tattoos for Teens

Learn about the popular art of Bollywood-style dancing and Indian culture, plus get an amazing temporary tattoo with

Hello Vancouver!

Say, “Hello, summer!” with Hello Vancouver!, the Couve’s own, always surprising, always entertaining, and sometimes even educational community

Heroes Night at Costco

Join the the Community Military Appreciation Committee (CMAC) and Columbia Credit Union at East Vancouver Costco for the

See Beauty and the Beast for $1 at the Liberty

The beautifully restored (and air conditioned!) Liberty Theatre turned 90 on Wednesday, June 14! To show its gratitude

Wine & Cheese Class at C’est la Vie

Chef Keri Buhman, owner of C’est la Vie French Café and Crêperie, invites you to sip, nibble, and

Learn Outdoor Survival Skills at Fort Vancouver

Survive and Thrive: Lifeways of the Fur Trade, a new free summer program at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, will combine hands-on history lessons with outdoor skill-building to immerse visitors in the 1840s experience from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 24. The program will be led by two National Park Service rangers

How Did I Goat Here?

There are still a few days left to drop by Angst Gallery in downtown Vancouver and see the

Summer Reading

The Fort Vancouver Regional Library District just launched its summer reading program, “Build a Better World.” Children, teens,