Enjoy a local brew while cheering runners or take in the sports and fitness expo. It's all in celebration of the Vancouver USA Marathon. Active Sports and Fitness Expo, offered today, will feature demonstrations, a casual 5K run, a kids marathon and Freedom 5K and presentations by Bart Yasso, author of "My Life on the Run: The Wit, Wisdom, and Insights of a Road Racing Icon."
Bag the tie and coffee mug, and treat dear old dad to a day of hiking, disc golf, or food and fun
Father’s Day gifts don’t always need to be a ‘World’s Greatest Dad’ mug or a fabulously comical necktie. Celebrate dads, father figures and grandfathers of all kinds by doing something together this weekend. Time well spent on memories, from seeing a movie to playing a round of disc golf, can be worth more than any gift card.
This weekend's Steam Logging Show will be the final year for this event at the Pomeroy Living History Farm. Visitors can experience the sights, sounds and smells of a 1920s logging camp, with two steam donkeys, period saws, trucks and other equipment.
Downtown Vancouver business offers area's glass artists inviting space to be creative
The heart of Firehouse Glass is a 14-year-old furnace and 600 pounds of molten glass. Two thousand degrees of heat emanates from the furnace, keeping artists warm in the winter and boiling in the summer.
During Family Field Trip Day at the Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center, families are encouraged to explore the 100-acre urban natural area while visiting hands-on learning stations and creating nature crafts. Visitors can hike the nature trails, observe birds and wildlife, and visit a working hatchery.
Journey Theatre Arts Group presents two shows this weekend. "A Little Princess" is the stage adaptation of the novel about young Sara Crewe, who is sent to a boarding school in England while her father heads back to India. When she is mistakenly believed to have been orphaned and made to work at the school, she uses her imagination to triumph.
When the Couve Couture Spring Fashion Show was held in April, it evoked memories of a special dress for Doris Sutton.
The 49th annual Hazel Dell Parade of Bands will feature 22 marching bands from around Clark County. The theme is Super Heroes, with participants encouraged to dress up as fictional or real heroes. Jim Sork will be the grand marshal. Community organizations, clubs, businesses and students will be participating in the parade with floats, cars and more.
Chelatchie Prairie Railroad will offer a special trip for Mother's Day, and visitors can ride on the newly restored steam engine. The historic railroad ride travels through the forests of north Clark County on a 12-mile round-trip that includes Moulton Falls and a 330-foot rock tunnel.
The movie blockbuster is one of many options for getting out and about this weekend, including a fundraiser for animals and theater productions.