Ride Around Clark County

It’s time to get on your bike and Ride Around Clark County (RACC), the annual event that brings families together on the beautiful back roads of our scenically well-endowed county. This is the RACC’s 34th year, the largest local event hosted by the Vancouver Bicycle Club and fully supported by club members and volunteers and

Newbies’ Guide to Gardening

Do you admire your neighbors’ lush gardens, fragrant blooms, and juicy tomatoes? Would you like to take up

May at Latte Da + Mother’s Day Brunch

May is just around the corner, and there’s no place lovelier than a warm spring evening at Latte Da Coffee House and Wine Bar, where the patio is open for the season and there’s always something going on. From May 1 to May 25, there’s something happening every week: live music, poetry and storytelling, puppies,

Chalk Painting Workshop at Vintage Vignette

Vintage Vignette in downtown Vancouver is hosting a Chalk Painting Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 29. The cost of the class is $35 per person, plus the purchase of a quart of Maison Blanche paint and wax, totaling about $75 for both items—so about $110 altogether. Bring a small object to

Home & Garden Idea Fair

The 26th annual Home & Garden Idea Fair, sponsored by Clark Public Utilities, will be held from April 28-30

Twelfth Night at the Liberty

Twelfth Night is chock-full of the kind of Shakespearean gems that literary minds like to quote and quote again: “If music be the food of love, play on…” and “Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them,” and my favorite, “Better a witty fool,

Poetry Workshop with WA State Poet Laureate

Clark College and the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District, with support from the Washington State Arts Commission and Humanities Washington, are bringing Tod Marshall, Washington State’s Poet Laureate, to town.Marshall, a poet and professor at Gonzaga University, is serving as the poet laureate from 2016-2018. He is the author most recently of Bugle (2014), which

Country Life Fair at Pomeroy Farm

Pomeroy Farm will host the fourth annual Country Life Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday,

Laughing on Last Saturday: Stand-Up Comedy at Old Liberty

Did you know that the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield hosts a stand-up comedy series on the last

Derby Day Tea at the Marshall House

It’s a race for the roses on Kentucky Derby Day at the Marshall House, where you’ll enjoy a

Free Workshop: Soil Testing Demystified

Do you test your garden soil every year? Should you? What about raised garden beds? And lawns? Learn the answers to these pressing questions and more as Master Gardener and soil scientist Dr. Martha Minnich shares best practices regarding soil testing in the home garden. The free “Soil Testing Demystified” workshop will be held on

“The Front Porch” Storytelling: Neighbors

Nothing shortens the distance between two people quicker than a good story. There’s no better place on the North Bank to hear real-life stories than at The Front Porch storytelling event from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, April 27. This is the next installment of Battle Ground’s community story series, and this season’s stories—told

Spring Brunch at C’est La Vie

Tickets for Soirée Supper Club & Catering‘s monthly supper clubs sell like hotcakes—but this month, chef/owner Keri Buhman is shaking things up (deliciously, of course) with a Spring Brunch on Saturday, April 29, at C’est la Vie French Café and Crêperie, also owned by Buhman and located at the same address. The scrumptious three-course meal

Potting Party at Tsugawa Nursery

Tsugawa Nursery is hosting a Spring Potting Party from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 29,