Camas, WA — “Go Green!” is the theme for the March First Friday in Downtown Camas on March 1! Lucky leprechauns, Eartha the Clown, a “Green Zone” featuring local green schools, green businesses and non-profits that care for the environment, and the wearing of the green will all be a part of this fun event. The event runs from 5-8 pm.
Included in the events will be World Vision, EOCF (Educational Opportunities for Children and Families), the CHS Green Team, The Master Gardeners, The Port of Camas/Washougal, Camp Windy Hill, IQ Credit Union, Repair Clark County there with all sorts of fun activities!
There will also be two Ribbon Cuttings!
Norris Arts Pottery Studio at 5pm
Pinnovate Boutique Spa at 5:30pm
Electronics Recycling — Eagle Scout Project
Come recycle your electronics at First Friday and help support a local Boy Scout! Zach Linn is working toward a Hornaday Award and is doing an Electronic Recycling Project. Bring your old cell phones, computer items, TVs, game consoles, CD Players, VHS and DVD players, etc. 5-8pm in Journey Church, 304 NE 4th.
Blender Bike Smoothies — Camas Bike and Sport
Here is your chance to Go GREEN for First Friday by blending your own Squeeze and Grind nutritious smoothie by Camas Bikes Pedal Power! Come pedal to create your own smoothie! You can buy a reusable cup to fill with your delicious creation, too… reuse is to reduce! It’s green energy in action! This activity provides a way for people to use their own muscle power and instantly achieve a delightful and memorable result! Supplies will be limited, so come down early! The booth will be right outside Journey at 304 NE 4th.
Allan Jeffs Featured at Camas Gallery
Local artist Allan Jeffs will be the featured artist at Camas Gallery during the First Friday Gallery Reception. Allan has been a professional visual artist since 1994, and has participated in more than 40 international exhibitions in several countries in South America, Europe, United States, Caribbean and Antarctica.
His Land Art installation in Antarctica and research in creation of new techniques of Art and Microbiology have been highlighted in multiple conferences & papers. These proposals have been exhibited in contemporary art museums in Ecuador and Chile where his work is already part of the collections.
As a Muralist, Allan has developed several projects in Puerto Rico, Ecuador and the United States. One of his latest projects is the Street Art mural of Camas, Washington on Youngs Deli Wall (on 6th Ave). It is dedicated to the first pioneers and settlers of the Camas-Washougal area.
Allan’s wife Rachel Zeigler, an accomplished vocalist, will be performing throughout the evening.
Join us and enjoy Allan’s incredible art and his wife’s beautiful voice! 408 NE 4th Avenue.
Find Green Art During Attic Galleries Reception!
Attic Gallery will host a First Friday reception March 1st, 5-8pm with the show “A Touch of Green” featuring artwork by many artists that include the color GREEN.
In keeping with the “Green” theme they will be serving complimentary wine in cups made from plants.
Don’t forget about their temporary 20% off remodeling sale will continue until March 15th.