Line Dancing Classes

Line dancing—you know what we mean: a good, ol’ fashioned, boot-scootin’ boogie—is a fun way to enjoy dancing

Mold-Making Workshop

If you’ve ever picked up an intricately formed candle or bar of soap and thought, “How pretty! I

Hello Vancouver! TONIGHT at Warehouse ’23

Hello Vancouver! is moving to a new location on Wednesday, Feb. 22: Warehouse ’23, right on the Columbia

Fiber to Fabric

Ever wondered how the woolly fluff on a sheep’s back becomes your coziest winter sweater, or how the

Prairie Hatchers Poultry Show

Check out all the cute chicks at the Prairie Hatchers Youth Poultry Show, happening from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Clark County Event Center. This is an annual event is hosted by the Prairie Hatcher 4-H Club, and it draws young poultry aficionados from as far away as Bellingham,

Clarinet Virtuoso David Shifrin Plays with the VSO

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Music Director Salvador Brotons returns to Skyview Concert Hall on Feb. 25 and 26 to lead the VSO in two memorable concerts with clarinet virtuoso David Shifrin, who is lending his talents to the VSO as a guest artist during these two special performances. Shirfrin will dazzle the audience with two  masterworks

Winter Tree ID Walk

Trees are beautiful in every season, even in the middle of winter when their branches are bare, stretching

Volcano Views & Brews: Hiking the Triple Crown

The Triple Crown isn’t just for horses. If you’re a veteran hiker, you know that the Triple Crown

Yappy Hour at Ghost Runners

What do you get when you cross dogs and beer? (No, not deer, or bogs. Nice try, though.) You get Yappy Hour at Ghost Runners Brewery! This local craft beermaker is teaming up with the Humane Society of Southwest Washington for a once-a-month promotion to get local animal lovers geared up for the 2017 Walk/Run

The National Theatre’s “Amadeus”

If, like me, you remember the 1984 film “Amadeus” with some fondness—weren’t Tom Hulce and F. Murray Abraham

Clark College Theater Makes a Splash

Clark College Theatre continues its 2016-2017 season with the award-winning Urinetown (yes, you read that right) by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis. The musical—which depicts a fictional future when water is so scarce that lack of water for toilet-flushing necessitates a publicly monitored pay-per-pee system—is a hilarious satire of the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility,

Arts & Culture Tour

La Center and Ridgefield invite you to undertake an Arts and Culture Tour this Saturday from noon to

Mason Bee Basics

There’s a lot of buzz about mason bees these days, and for good reason: these friendly, solitary little