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Fort Vancouver

Veterans Day Parade’s new route in Vancouver to end at Pearson Air Museum

November 10, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

The Historic Trust will honor local veterans in the 35th annual Lough Legacy Veterans Day Parade on Saturday. Read story

Fort Vancouver brings in record number of tourist dollars

August 26, 2023, 6:03am Clark County News

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site brought in a record number of tourist dollars to the city of Vancouver last year, according to a new National Park Service report. Read story

Fort Vancouver encourages stewardship with summer exhibit, new children’s activity

July 29, 2023, 5:55am Community

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site has debuted a new outdoor exhibit and summer Junior Ranger program to encourage visitors of all ages to play a role in stewarding national parks and historic sites. Read story

Meagan Huff, museum curator at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, examines the artifacts that will be included in the upcoming exhibition.

Fort Vancouver collection brings American history to life

Meagan Huff, museum curator at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, examines the artifacts that will be included in the upcoming exhibition.

July 26, 2023, 6:33pm Clark County News

Home to 2.8 million artifacts, the museum collection at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site offers a glimpse into American history. Read story

Park guide Sarah Weber has a group of Bike Clark County campers take the junior ranger oath Tuesday at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site fosters next generation

Park guide Sarah Weber has a group of Bike Clark County campers take the junior ranger oath Tuesday at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

July 13, 2023, 6:07am Clark County Life

For years, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site has highlighted the cultural, historical and archaeological stories of Washington. This summer, it is reaching out to a new generation to shape the future of park stewardship. Read story

From left to right: Volunteers Rory Jensen, Dexter Abernathy and Alex Sample reenact the conditions experienced by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps at the Vancouver Barracks during a CCC 90th anniversary event Saturday at Fort Vancouver.

Fort Vancouver reenactors tell it like it was in 1933

From left to right: Volunteers Rory Jensen, Dexter Abernathy and Alex Sample reenact the conditions experienced by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps at the Vancouver Barracks during a CCC 90th anniversary event Saturday at Fort Vancouver.

April 1, 2023, 6:19pm Clark County News

The Fort Vancouver Visitor Center Annex Building was transformed Saturday into a reenactment of the barracks in 1933 that housed enrollees of the Civilian Conservation Corps in celebration of the organization’s 90th anniversary. Read story

Vancouver resident Andrey Shulik, right, and Maria Everhart stand on the Interstate 205 bridge pedestrian path on Saturday afternoon during a weekly rally raising awareness of the war in Ukraine. Saturday marked the 51st weekend that the rally has taken place.

Ukraine still on the minds of Vancouver demonstrators

Vancouver resident Andrey Shulik, right, and Maria Everhart stand on the Interstate 205 bridge pedestrian path on Saturday afternoon during a weekly rally raising awareness of the war in Ukraine. Saturday marked the 51st weekend that the rally has taken place.

February 25, 2023, 8:10pm Clark County News

For the 51st Saturday since Russia invaded Ukraine one year ago, Vancouver resident Andrey Shulik stood on the Interstate 205 bridge pedestrian path with a Ukrainian flag in hand, rallying in support of his home country. Read story

Blue skies hang above Marshall House on Officers Row at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. The Queen Anne home stands out from the other buildings lining the street. Holly Chamberlain, historic preservation director, said the Marshall House deviated from standard Army buildings with its additional flair.

Majestic Marshall House: Officers Row building, its namesake have played important role in history of Vancouver – and the world

Blue skies hang above Marshall House on Officers Row at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. The Queen Anne home stands out from the other buildings lining the street. Holly Chamberlain, historic preservation director, said the Marshall House deviated from standard Army buildings with its additional flair.

December 25, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

Among the 21 buildings lining Officers Row, one is far more noticeable due to the facade’s grandiosity. Its interior unveils an equally rich past. Read story

Bob Prinz of Vancouver prepares an 1840s-inspired Christmas dinner. Prinz and fellow volunteers prepared seven courses for the Fort Vancouver meal.

The old ways on display at Fort Vancouver

Bob Prinz of Vancouver prepares an 1840s-inspired Christmas dinner. Prinz and fellow volunteers prepared seven courses for the Fort Vancouver meal.

December 17, 2022, 8:30pm Clark County Life

Donned in 19th-century frontier garb, Sharon Martin stood in the dark kitchen at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Saturday morning. Guests to the fort’s annual Heritage Holiday event surrounded her, peppering her with questions about the food in front of her. Read story

"Nutcracker" dancers Esther Tully (as Cecelia), left, and Sophie Dickman (as Le Castor, the beaver king) share a chuckle during dress rehearsal at Columbia Dance.

Columbia Dance’s ‘The Nutcracker’ set in 1845 Fort Vancouver

"Nutcracker" dancers Esther Tully (as Cecelia), left, and Sophie Dickman (as Le Castor, the beaver king) share a chuckle during dress rehearsal at Columbia Dance.

December 15, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Life

After years of aesthetic development and pandemic patience, Columbia Dance’s uniquely reimagined “Nutcracker” is ready for its holiday debut. This “Nutcracker” moves the classic Russian fairy tale to our own slice of the American frontier, recasting its characters as real historical inhabitants of Fort Vancouver in 1845. Read story