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

Caturday at the Camas Library

Do you lack companionship of the furry, four-legged variety? Languish no more in petlessness, because the Camas Public

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

Doggie Dive!

Is your pup ready to take the plunge? Find out on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Lake Shore

Shred It at Whole Foods!

A free document shredding event hosted by Clark County Green Neighbors is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2

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

Close Encounters 40th Anniversary

The Liberty Theater in downtown Camas is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Close Encounters of the Third Kind

1950s Swing Dance at Pearson

Dust off your saddle shoes and join local nonprofit Friends of Fort Vancouver at their Swing Back to the 50s fundraiser from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, at the Pearson Air Museum Historic Hangar. Music will be provided by the VanPort Jazz Band, which is widely acclaimed throughout the region for popular

BridgeTown Swing Weekend

The Portland Swing Dance Club brings BridgeTown Swing to the Couve with four days of dancing, competitions, and workshops

Tamale Festival Needs Tamale Masters

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—and the festival is now accepting applicants for

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 More 24! runs from midnight to midnight and encourages local residents to donate online at give-more-24.org. Support any of the 132 participating nonprofits championing causes like animals, arts and culture, community improvement, education, environment, health, housing, hunger,

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,”

Volcano Views & Brews: Foraging Edible Mushrooms

It’s almost time for another Volcano Views & Brews, the North Bank’s popular series that combines those seemingly unalike yet both iconically Northwestern things, volcanoes and beer. This next installment—sponsored by the Mount St. Helens Institute—will be held on two dates in two locations: Tuesday, Sept. 19, at the Fort Vancouver Artillery Barracks, and Thursday,