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Mother’s Day Plant and Garden Market

Are you a desperate gardener, seeking your annual plant fix? Half Moon Farm, Scented Acres Lavender Farm, and Garden Delights Herb Farm have teamed up for a Mother’s Day Plant and Garden Market on Saturday, May 8, 2021.

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Summer Day Camps for Kids

Kids have been through a lot in the past year as they have navigated online learning and less opportunity to be with friends and family. Summer vacation begins next month, and it’s not too early to be making plans for a little fun.

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Health, Hope, and Healing Virtual Auction and Fundraiser

Battle Ground HealthCare is a free clinic in North County celebrating 10 years of bringing Health, Hope, and Healing to the community. You are invited to participate in their 5-day Health, Hope, and Healing Virtual Auction and Fundraiser which will include beautiful auction packages, raffle prizes, and more.

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Ridgefield First Saturday May Day Festival

Ridgefield is excited to welcome the community back to Overlook Park for First Saturday on May 1, 2021. Join the fun and celebrate the anniversary of Ridgefield First Saturdays with First Saturday vendors, Ridgefield Art Association Spring Art Show, a scavenger hunt, and more!

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Gnome and Fairy Themed Fun for May First Friday

You “gnome” this First Friday is going to be “fairy” fun! The Gnome and Fairy Gala returns to May First Friday with gnome and fairy-themed games and activities, after-hours shopping, dining, art shows, and two ribbon cuttings, celebrating new things coming to Downtown Camas. The event this month is Friday, May 7th from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. You know there is a lot of fun planned when it has to start an hour earlier to accommodate the extra celebrations.

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Better You BINGO: A Healthy Coping Challenge for Youth by Youth

Clark County middle and high school students are invited to participate in Better You BINGO: A Healthy Coping Challenge for Youth by Youth. Better You BINGO is a free online challenge that invites youth ages 12-19 from the community to participate in a self-paced “healthy coping challenge” that introduces them to or leads them to complete activities focused on healthy coping skills for a chance to win a healthy coping themed PRIZE.

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Celebrate Earth Day with a Trivia Contest

Over the past year, nature has been a source of comfort and joy in a world where little else has been constant. Human connection has been restricted, and celebrations have been muted. So, this year, local watershed organizations were inspired to create an Earth Day celebration to remember.

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Stream Team Earth Day Fest

Join Clark Public Utilities Stream Team this year for their Annual Earth Day Event on Saturday, April 24, 2021. This year they will be bringing the excitement, crafts, cooking, and community right to your door!

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Free Drive-thru Drug Take Back Events

Community prevention coalitions and law enforcement agencies in Southwest Washington are working together to host drive-thru drug take-back events at multiple locations in Clark County on Saturday, April 24, 2021, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

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Healthcare Industry Hiring Fair

Are you looking for a job in the healthcare field? Organizations in Southwest Washington and neighboring Oregon have joined together and are hosting a free virtual hiring event Wednesday, April 21, 2021, from 2 to 5 p.m. 

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Community News

Volunteers Needed for Newly Formed Equestrian Task Force

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.

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Are You Passionate About Recycling?

Residents with a passion for waste reduction, education, and outreach experience, or experience with multifamily housing are encouraged to apply for position openings on the Solid Waste Advisory Commission.

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Call to Artist for Mural in Washougal

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.

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Clark County Law Library Offers Self Help Kits

“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. 

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Ridgefield High School Students Shine at 2020-21 Thespian Excellence Awards

The International Thespian Excellence Awards (or “Thespys” for short) recognize the highest level of achievement in school theatre performance and technical theatre. The educational program, held virtually this year, gives student Thespians the opportunity to receive constructive feedback on prepared theatrical material and technical designs. All students submitted videos of their performances for adjudication.

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