Camas Farmer’s Market | June 21 3 pm – 7 pm
Come see what new vendors and farmers are bringing to the Camas Farmer’s Market this week! Come to sample some great foods, and shop at some great vendor booths. It’s a great idea for dinner.
The market has a variety of local produce, plants, and food. Located at 4th Avenue in front of the Library, in downtown Camas. From 3 pm – 7 pm.
Dan Coursey for Mayor Campaign Kickoff | June 21 @ 6 pm
Wednesday, June 21st, 6pm-8pm for the Dan Coursey Campaign Kickoff for his race for Washougal Mayor.
Special Guest Speaker Eileen Quiring, Clark County Board Councilor. Also, State Representatives Liz Pike and Vicki Kraft, and others will be in attendance. Come visit with your neighbors, old friends, new friends, and make your concerns and support known.
Food, beverages, information and great conversation provided.
Location: Port of Camas-Washougal Building, 24 S A St, Washougal, WA
Summer Used Book Sale | June 22-24
Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation’s summer used-book sale, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m., Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, June 22–24, 2017. Library Hall, downstairs at FVRL District Headquarters, 1007 E. Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98663. More info: http://fvrlfoundation.org/ or www.facebook.com/FVRLFoundation. Free parking! Over 20,000 books! Help us recycle—please bring your own box or bag!
Recycled Arts Festival | June 24-25 10 am-4 pm
The Recycled Arts Festival inspires people to see things considered trash in new ways, as 150 artists create sculptures, artworks and more using at least 70 percent recycled materials. It’s part of the festival’s mission to educate the community about waste reduction, reusing and recycling. The festival will also feature art activities for children, live music from local bands, the sculpture garden, food carts and more.
The festival runs 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 24 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 25 at Esther Short ParkWest Eighth and Columbia streets Vancouver, WA
Alpenrose Dairyville Returns | All Summer
Oregon’s oldest family-owned dairy is bringing back a time honored annual tradition celebrating summer and the community it has called home since 1916 with the opening of Dairyville on Sunday, June 4.
The annual celebration dating back to 1956 offers families a wholesome activity every Sunday of the summer until Aug. 27 with the opportunity to explore the Pioneer Exhibit, Dairyville School, post office, Great Western Bank, and model train display. Visitors can also take a peek into the confectionary and, of course, no visit would be complete without stopping by the Ice Cream Parlor for a delicious scoop of Alpenrose ice cream.Dairyville remains free for the public and opens every Sunday from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. through Aug. 27.
Location: 6149 SW Shattuck Road, Portland, OR
To learn more visit www.alpenrose.com