The Ridgefield Art Association’s (RAA) “Halloween Hall” is back for its fourth year of family fun this weekend, Oct. 18 and 19. From 6 to 9 p.m., families and kids of all ages can experience straw bale mazes, “Thriller” dance fusion and art from around the community.
Free Fall Carnival Saturday, Oct. 26
Local historian Jefferson Davis is offering his “Spirit Tales of the Vancouver Barracks” for the third year in a row. With both a historic and paranormal take on the stories of Fort Vancouver, Davis guides history buffs through some of Vancouver’s spookiest places.
There are many different ways to decorate homes and businesses for the holidays. Tall evergreen trees are among the most visible symbols of the holiday season. However, wreaths hung on doors, windows or fences also are ubiquitous this time of year.
Adding an entire basement, multi-room overhauls and complete renovations are the focus of the 2019 Columbia Credit Union Remodeled Homes Tour.
In conjunction with the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), Clark Public Utilities has doubled the rebate incentives it offers on select home improvements such as insulation and window replacement.
Wood floors are a worthwhile investment that can improve the beauty and function of just about any room in a home. Even though wood floors are durable, and new protective treatments help seal out many of the things that may have damaged floors in the past, homeowners still need to prioritize…
The 2019 Parade of Homes kicked off at Dawson’s Ridge in Camas last weekend with seven custom-built homes from six different builders. For the first time in 42 years, the parade is featuring a remodeled home and a virtual reality experience for parade-goers.
Put on your dancing shoes and raise your glass for Ridgefield’s fifth annual Oktoberfest this Saturday. Food and entertainment are the highlights of the fundraising festival taking place at the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex for the second year.
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Over the summer, Woodland Public Schools updated its website and now offers a smartphone application to help parents, students and community members stay up-to-date from a one-stop-shop app.
First day of school