Go on a virtual haunted tour of Clark County, Washington

Photo by Cheryl Landes Get a close-up look at Clark County's spooky side at a series of virtual haunted walking tours this month. Each tour focuses on different locations, from the county's cemeteries to Officers Row at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, Washington. Here's the full schedule: October 9 – Pat Jollota’s … Continue reading Go on a virtual haunted tour of Clark County, Washington

Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds until November 1

Looking for a frightening distanced experience for Halloween? Watch a scary movie with monsters lurking outside your window at the Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $59 per car. They're selling fast, so don't delay if you want to go. Check the schedule and buy tickets at the Cinema of … Continue reading Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds until November 1

The Couve’s North Bank Beer Week goes virtual October 1-4

Photo by Cheryl Landes Trivia games, bowling, fun runs, scavenger hunts, beer can car races, and discounts on pub grub are among the many activities on tap for the North Bank Beer Week in Vancouver, Washington October 1-4. Take a look at the full schedule at northbankbeerweek.com/dates and select your favorites to attend online. North … Continue reading The Couve’s North Bank Beer Week goes virtual October 1-4

BirdFest & Bluegrass celebrates the sandhill crane migration October 2-3

Sandhill cranes (photo by Cheryl Landes) BirdFest & Bluegrass is an annual celebration in Ridgefield, Washington, to welcome the sandhill crane migration to the local wildlife refuge. This year, because of the coronavirus, the festival is moving online on Friday and Saturday, October 2-3. The festival starts with a trivia night at 7 p.m. on … Continue reading BirdFest & Bluegrass celebrates the sandhill crane migration October 2-3

Fifth annual Dine the Couve coming in October

Thirty-four restaurants are participating in the fifth annual Dine the Couve event October 1-31 in Vancouver, Washington. Each restaurant has a special three for $25 menu. Most of these menus include an appetizer, entree, and dessert. A few include featured wines. Typically these menus are for dine-in only, but because of state regulations related to … Continue reading Fifth annual Dine the Couve coming in October

2020 Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair online September 12

The annual Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair, which is usually held in Vancouver, Washington, will be broadcast virtually this year because of the COVID outbreak. Visit exhibitor booths, watch live music and re-enactments, and go on a scavenger hunt. The event will be broadcast live from the Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair Facebook page 9 … Continue reading 2020 Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair online September 12

Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts Friday Night Flicks: A Drive-In Movie Experience through early October

Usually in the summertime, Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts a series of outdoor movies in local parks on the east and west sides of town. People pack picnic baskets and coolers and spread blankets on the grass to watch the movies on a big screen. COVID has changed that this year. Instead, the parks and … Continue reading Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts Friday Night Flicks: A Drive-In Movie Experience through early October

Treat your taste buds to The Secret Menu in Camas September 15-30

Are you craving new food experiences? Help is on the way! Starting September 15 until the end of the month, 11 restaurants in downtown Camas, Washington, are creating items for The Secret Menu event. They've never had these items on their menus before. The only way to find out what these tasty items are is … Continue reading Treat your taste buds to The Secret Menu in Camas September 15-30

Make downtown Camas your midway during Fair Food Week 2020

Elephant ear (photo by Cheryl Landes) Camas Days and the Clark County Fair in Ridgefield, Washington, were cancelled this year due to ongoing safety concerns with COVID-19. But not all is lost for fair lovers. Now downtown Camas is recreating the midway experience, where you can enjoy some fair fare favorites and discover new treats … Continue reading Make downtown Camas your midway during Fair Food Week 2020

See newly painted pieces from local artists at the Downtown Camas Plein Art Festival today

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay At the Downtown Camas Plein Art Festival today in Camas, Washington, dozens of artists are outside creating beautiful works on canvas. At 4 p.m., they'll move their easels with their finished pieces to the sidewalk in front of the Camas Gallery at 408 NE Fourth Avenue for public viewing. From … Continue reading See newly painted pieces from local artists at the Downtown Camas Plein Art Festival today