Photographer to present ‘The National Park Service at 102: Views from the West’ at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

On Aug. 25, the Friends of Fort Vancouver and Fort Vancouver National Historic Site invite visitors to celebrate the 102nd birthday of the National Park Service with a special presentation given by nature photographer and former national park ranger Marv Binegar. “Nature photography has been a passion and an avocation of mine for over forty

La Bottega brings Italian deli-style vibe to Main Street

With nearly 30 years of restaurant expertise under their belts, Lisa and Peter Dougherty set out on a business adventure to own and operate their own restaurant. The couple met while working at a restaurant, where Lisa was a server and Peter was a cook that had just finished culinary school. They moved to Vancouver

Design nature play spaces for even the smallest yard

Garden columnist Eve Hanlin is a landscape designer and professional plant nerd in the Clark County, Wash., area. She has a knack for low-maintenance landscapes that serve a greater purpose. Her ultimate goal is to help others foster their passions for the botanical world and live healthier, more sustainable lifestyles. Visit her website, www.GardensByEvelyn.com for resources,

Don’t miss out on Lake Merwin

What is so special about Lake Merwin? My friends and I all love to take our kids there.

RISING FROM THE ASHES

Columbia Gorge fires are sparking opportunities for progress on the North Bank. There are many organizations in the Columbia River Gorge looking out for the the health of its environment, the lives of its people and the prosperity of its businesses. After a monumental event like the recent Columbia Gorge fires that engulfed the Eagle

A Visual History of Bonneville Dam: Book Signing at Vintage Books

Vintage Books, Southwest Washington’s largest independent bookstore, is hosting local author Pat Barry for a special book reading and signing at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 11. Barry, a master storyteller with 27 years of experience as Ranger Supervisor of the Bonneville Visitor Center, will discuss his new pictorial history of the Bonneville Dam. In

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

Harvest Gold Veterans Day Concert at the Old Liberty

On Saturday, Nov. 11, there will be a rock-n-roll benefit concert at the Old Liberty Theater to commemorate two events: Veterans Day (Nov. 11) and Neil Young’s birthday (Nov. 12). The concert will begin at 7 p.m. with Billy C. Wolf opening by performing the music of Bob Dylan, then Neil Young tribute band Harvest

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

“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, who wrote “Death of a Salesman,” and “The Crucible,” brings us this classic tragedy of life, love, and loss. Brooklyn longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his immigrant cousins to America, but when one of them falls for Eddie’s

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