The Camas-Washougal Historical Society will host its annual plant fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday outside Two Rivers Heritage Museum, 1 Durgan St., Washougal.
“We know the community really enjoys our fairs and we have so many healthy plants this year that we are excited to finally be able to hold it,” said Alma Ladd, plant fair organizer and the museum’s unofficial “plant lady.”
Plants to be sold at the fair include evening primrose, lavender, iris, calla lilies, alstroemeria, hellebores, lilac, forsythia, violets and other perennials.
“We have just a few Camas lilies available that were left from last year’s fair,” Ladd said. “They will go quickly.”
Volunteers will be wearing face masks, observing social distancing and cleaning surfaces regularly throughout the day. Event organizers ask that, for everyone’s safety, attendees also wear masks.
Funds from the sale will support the Camas-Washougal Historical Society’s mission to preserve and make available historic information and artifacts that tell the stories of the area’s history and development.
The Two Rivers Heritage Museum is currently closed due to COVID-19, but will open in the third phase of Washington’s gradual rollback of pandemic shutdown orders.