April at Latte Da

Spring is officially here, and there’s no place livelier than Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar, where

Mike Smith at Camas Gallery

Mike Smith—an English teacher who transformed himself into a highly sought-after painter and sculptor—will be the featured artist

Green Neighbors Recycling Days

Got junk? Get rid of it responsibly during a series of free Green Neighbors Recycling Day events that offer expanded opportunities for Clark County residents to recycle a variety of items. Event times and locations are: Vancouver: April 1, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Evergreen High School, 14300 N.E. 18th St. Yacolt: April 8, 8

Special Screening of Salt and Fire at the Kiggins

The Kiggins Theatre invites you to a special, one-time-only screening of Salt and Fire, an internationally co-produced thriller

Call for Paper Artists

Boomerang Fine Arts is putting out an open call to local artists who create works out of paper for its May show, “Paper: Made, Formed, and Simply Used Up,” which opens First Friday, May 5. The exhibit, which will be curated by Boomerang’s Artist-in-Residence Tom Relth, will showcase original paper-based artwork…works that are based on

Caring for Clematis Workshop

The Master Gardener Foundation of Clark County presents “Growing and Caring for Clematis” with Debbie Fischer, owner of

Adam the Great at Dave’s Killer Magic

Dave’s Killer Magic Shop in downtown Vancouver presents Adam the Great, performing a family-friendly show of magic and

Alpacapalooza: March 31-April 2

So much alpaca adorableness is coming to the Clark County Event Center, it’ll be like Alpacapalooza in there! Actually, it WILL be Apacapalooza: the annual event hosted by the Alpaca Association of Western Washington and featuring some of the finest examples of alpaca loveliness in state of Washington from over 40 regional breeders. The event,

Watercolor Tea Party

Enjoy a very artful tea party in downtown Camas when you drop by Lizzabeth A. on Saturday, March

IPA Fest at Caps N’ Taps

C’mon, get hoppy…at Caps N’ Taps, for the third annual IPA Festival, happening from noon to close on

A Walk in the Park with Naturalist Jack Nisbet

Jack Nisbet, naturalist and author of several books including The Collector, Visible Bones, and Ancient Places, will offer

Young Actors Workshop

Spring break: home for a week with restless kids. Maybe it’s sunny enough to send them outside to