The Birds and the Beans coffee shop was developed and opened in 2019 as a partnership between the founder and president of Killa Bites gourmet foods, Laura Jhaveri, and the business and marketing program at Ridgefield School District’s Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS).
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After a yearlong hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Vancouver Parks and Recreation’s Free Friday Night Movies in the Parks will return this summer. Vancouver Parks and Recreation will also introduce new Party in the Parks neighborhood events this summer.
The Northwest Wine and Food Society 2021 Restaurant Reboot Campaign continues to offer needed funds and hope to local restaurants. Congratulations to Farrar’s Bistro in Felida and Tommy O’s in Camas for being award recipients!
Not only is spring an amazing time to be outside, but it’s also a great time to buy fresh produce and artisan goods at your local farmers’ market.
Now in its 62nd year, the Battle Ground Public Schools’ District Art Show showcases the creative talents of students from across the district.
The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington (CFSWW) hosted its Virtual Philanthropy Celebration on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. The event honored local philanthropists like Vancouver residents Gary and Christine Rood, who received the 2021 Philanthropists of the Year Award for their outstanding charitable leadership.
The first graders in teacher Brigid Taylor’s class at Union Ridge Elementary School have grown accustomed to keeping tabs on the forecast. That’s because these little gardeners are busy managing a big garden plot, planted entirely with seeds they started in science class.
Do you want to know the secret stories hidden in the architecture of local buildings? Do you consider yourself a master of puzzles and riddles? Are you interested in discovering your local story? If so, join Bike Clark County and CCHM for a day of fun and exploration.
Matrix Roof and Home celebrates National Roofing Week June 6-12, 2021. During National Roofing Week, Matrix Roof and Home will follow the themed celebration activities of the NRCA.
The Clark County Event Center is offering family fun events at the fairgrounds this summer, including a carnival, Tuff Trucks, Monster Trucks, and a Rodeo.
The popular Annual Plant Fair hosted by the Camas-Washougal Historical Society will be held Sunday, June 13, 2021, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Two Rivers Heritage Museum, 1 Durgan Street in Washougal.
I think one of the things we’ve learned over this past year is you can’t take your health for granted. Whether you’re looking for a great workout, a fast way to get in shape throughout the summer or an activity that takes you out of the four walls of a gym, this group-training workout is for you.
The Rotary Club of Three Creeks went unintimidated by the pandemic during the 2020-21 fiscal year. And the club – less than five years old – granted almost $45,000 to local and international non-profits that serve children, veterans, hungry and homeless over the last year.
The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) will be hosting the 2021 NW Natural New Homes Tour. The tour will occur the first two weekends of June (5-6 and 12-13) and will offer attendees the chance to visit the hottest new homes featuring natural gas fixtures in Clark County.
When it comes to youth sports in Clark County, there are a lot of choices out there: Baseball, Soccer, Football, Swimming, Karate, Basketball, and the list goes on. Have you ever considered signing your kids up for Bowling?
Are you ready for a fresh start? The Salmon Creek Farmers’ Market is a community-run market connecting local farm vendors, producers of wholesome food, and select artisans to the Salmon Creek community and its neighbors.
The Ridgefield Big Paddle commemorates the designation of the Lewis River to Vancouver Lake Water Trail each year on National Trails Day. In 2021, the community is invited to visit the waterfront for a paddle and picnic on First Saturday, June 5, 2021.
Friendly unicorns, colorful crafts and goodies, a ribbon-cutting, a new store opening, art shows, and after-hours shopping will all come together to create fun for all ages on Camas First Friday, June 4, 2021, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
The Clark County manager is seeking volunteers to serve on the county’s newly-created rural equestrian facilities stakeholder workgroup to develop recommendations for county code and policy revisions to mitigate operational impacts of such facilities on adjacent neighbors and neighborhoods.
The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance (WACA) is soliciting proposals from qualified artists, or teams of artists, to design and create an exterior mural on the south-facing wall of the Los Dos Compadres Cantina located at 1713 E Street in Washougal.
Clark County is seeking applicants for three seats on the Clark County Historic Preservation Commission. Two seats will be for three years and one seat will be for one year. The terms will begin July 1, 2021.
“The Only Two Certainties In Life Are Death And Taxes”. And, while no one likes to talk about either of them, ignoring them is not a good solution. The Clark County Law Library is selling a new self-help form kit, The Small Estate Affidavit, which may be an alternative to probate in some circumstances.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants with broad business backgrounds who are interested in getting more involved in city government to fill one vacancy on its Downtown Redevelopment Authority (DRA) Board of Directors. City residency is not a requirement.
The City of Vancouver is seeking a volunteer with an interest in city police, fire, and civilian job classification and hiring practices to fill one seat on its Civil Service Commission. The deadline to apply for this position is 5 p.m. Sunday, March 21, 2021.