“Taste Renaissance” Slow Food Dinner & Auction

Slow Food Southwest Washington is hosting its annual dinner and auction at Warehouse ’23 from 5 to 9

Camas Antiques Holiday Open House

In case you haven’t noticed the lights, trees, ornaments, reindeer, and wreaths in North Bank Stores, the Christmas

Writers’ Workshop with Barbara Herkert: Picture Book Biographies

Vintage Books invites you to join us for a mini writers’ workshop with author Barbara Herkert at 2

Mill Creek Pub Honors Veterans

Mill Creek Pub is celebrating its sixth anniversary by honoring veterans! The popular restaurant and taproom in Battle Ground will celebrate its sixth year in business from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 11, with a special breakfast where Veterans and active duty military dine for free. The restaurant won’t be serving its usual

Patriot’s Weekend Diesel Train Rides & Wine Train

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is  putting its Alco diesel train on the rails this weekend, Nov. 11 & 12. The train, pulled by a diesel engine, runs south about seven miles to the Heisson area, through a 330-foot tunnel through solid rock, with a stop at Moulton Station to visit Yacolt Falls. Excursions depart at

Teen Takeover at Rocksolid

Rocksolid Community Teen Center invites all teens in the 5th-12th grades to attend “Teen Takeover,” a just-for-teens event

Ghost Town Poetry & “Poeming Health” Workshop

Enjoy a warming evening of wine and words at the next Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic Night, where you can hear published poets perform some of their work—in addition to poetry read aloud by other local poets, professional and amateur, published and not-yet-published. It’s a poetry salad. (If you want to know more, you can

Empty Bowls Project

It’s almost time for the second annual Empty Bowls Project. Those who attend the Thursday, Nov. 9, fundraiser at Woodland High School will receive a meal of soup and bread provided by local restaurants…as well as a hand-thrown ceramic bowl. The Empty Bowls Project is an international grassroots effort to raise both awareness and money

“A View from the Bridge” at Clark College

Clark College Theatre opens its 2017-2018 season with Arthur Miller’s classic play, “A View from the Bridge.” Miller,

Thanksgiving Tea & Tour at Pomeroy Farm

The Gathering Place at Pomeroy Farm invites you to celebrate the season of thankfulness with a cozy, autumn-themed

Jungmaven Grand Opening Warehouse Sale

Jungmaven, an American clothing company founded by Robert Jungmann in 2005, is celebrating the grand opening of its

Land of Milk & Honey: Illuminated Slide Program at Fort Vancouver

Join the Oregon Historical Society and the National Park Service at Fort Vancouver for a unique look at our past: a pictorial history of food in the Northwest from 1850-1940, with an emphasis on the agricultural bounty that makes it one of the best places to eat in the world. Culinary historian Heather Arndt Anderson

Veterans Day Presentation at Ft. Vancouver: Pacific War Memories

In honor of Veterans Day, the Friends of Fort Vancouver are hosting a discussion and book signing by Clyde Holloway, son of Stanley P. Holloway, who served as a marine in the Pacific Islands during four years of World War II. Holloway’s unit was the “Forgotten Battalion,” involved with the battles of Tulagi, Guadalcanal, Tarawa,