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  • Clark College Career Fair
    11:00 am-3:00 pm
    05/02/2019

    1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663, USA

    1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663, USA

    For Job Seekers

    FREE and open to all students, alumni and community members. If you’re looking for an …

    • Internship
    • Part-time job
    • Full-time career position
    • Volunteer opportunity
    • Career exploration

    … come learn about opportunities with over 100 local employers!

    Located in the O’Connell Sports Center Gym

     

  • Celebrate Main Street: Ridgefield
    5:00 pm-9:00 pm
    05/02/2019

    115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    As part of Historic Preservation Month, Clark County Historical Museum is taking its First Thursday Speaker Series to Ridgefield’s Old Liberty Theater on Thursday, May 2, for “Celebrate Main Street: Ridgefield.” This free event is part of the museum’s new initiative to celebrate the local businesses, architecture, and history along Clark County’s Main Streets. The event begins at 7 p.m.

    Originally called Union Ridge due to the large number of Union soldiers who settled in the area after the Civil War, the town formally came into being at a special election held in 1909.

    In that same year, the established businesses, as advertised in the “Ridgefield Reflector,” were two general merchandise stores, a department store, two lumber mills, a water well contractor and driller, two contractors and builders, a boat builder, meat market, hotel, livery and draying, boot and shoemaker, creamery, barber shop, blacksmith, realtor, and a weaver.

    Today, the businesses in historic Downtown Ridgefield serve the community in a different way, but retain the spirit of these early days in 1909.

    Through the support of the Clark County Historic Preservation Commission, the CCHM is providing this talk at no charge to the public. This presentation is possible through partnerships with North Clark Historical Museum, La Center Historical Museum, the Ridgefield Main Street Program, and the Clark County Historical Museum.

    For more information, please contact the CCHM at 360-993-5679 or by email at events@cchmuseum.org.

  • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    05/02/2019

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

    Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

    “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

    “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

    “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

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  • Spring Book Sale | Day 1
    10:00 am-7:00 pm
    05/03/2019

    210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Spring Book Sale
    Friends of the Ridgefield Community Library

    Friday, May 3

    Friends members’ preview sale
    10am-12pm
    Public Sale
    12pm-7pm

    Funds raised benefit the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library.

     

  • Hello Spring Market
    3:00 pm-9:00 pm
    05/03/2019

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Hello Markets PNW strives to have unique, high quality markets, a beautiful venue & top local vendors to shop from.


    May 3rd $5 Entry & Live Music by Brittnee Kellogg 5-8PM
    May 4th FREE Entry
    All vendors are local, handpicked, handcrafted vendors.

    The indoor & outdoor market is a perfect girls night or day out, a perfect date night or fun for the whole family.
    This is the perfect place to shop for a Mother’s Day, baby shower gift, wedding gift and of course for yourself!

  • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    05/03/2019

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

    Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

    “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

    “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

    “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

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  • Hello Spring Market
    9:00 am-2:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Hello Markets PNW strives to have unique, high quality markets, a beautiful venue and top local vendor to shop from.


    May 4th Free Entry
    All vendors are local, handpicked, handcrafted vendors.

    This is the perfect place to shop for a Mother’s Day, baby shower gift, wedding gift and of course for yourself!

  • May Day Spring Festival
    9:00 am-3:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    113-131 S Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    113-131 S Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    **Thank you for joining us at the 2019 event, we will update with 2020 event information when available!

    It is the Anniversary of First Saturday!! Join us to usher in a fresh new season complete with Maypole dance, Farmer’s Market season grand opening, outdoor games, scavenger hunt, art, food and more!

    The Ridgefield Art Association is hosting its annual art fair & sale at Overlook Park. The Garden Club will also hold its annual plant sale at the Ridgefield School District Maintenance Building.

     

    9AM-3PM First Saturday & Spring Festival Activities @ Overlook Park

    • Farmer’s Market 2019 Season Opening
    • Ridgefield Art Association Spring Art Fair & Sale
    • Make Flower Crowns with Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce ($2 donation)
    • Make poppies with American Legion, Post 44
    • Make Mom a silk flower bouquet at Ridgefield Floral & Gifts!
    • First Saturday 4th Anniversary Celebration- Cupcakes are served!
    • Fun outdoor games & activities

    11AM: Maypole Dance Performance
    @ Overlook Park
    with DanceFusion NW

    11AM: Wine Garden
    @ Overlook Park
    with Windy Hills Winery & Spudder’s Crest Wines

    9AM: Garden Club Annual Plant Sale
    @ RSD Maintenance Building

    9AM-2PM: Make a May Basket
    @ Ridgefield Community Library
    Then pick up flowers around town to fill your basket

    9AM-4PM: Spring Used Book Sale
    @ Ridgefield Library Building
    with the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library

    9AM: May Day themed Kayak Paddle and SUP Tour
    @ Ridgefield Kayak/ Alder Creek (preregister at https://aldercreek.com)

    Noon-4PM: Cathlapotle Plankhouse Season Opening
    @ Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

    7:30PM: Terry Robb acoustic blues guitar performance
    @ Old Liberty Theater

     

  • Annual Plant Sale – Ridgefield Garden Club
    9:00 am-5:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    230 Pioneer St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    230 Pioneer St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Come to the Ridgefield Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale! There will be hanging baskets, herbs, trees, sun and shade planters, home grown veggies and flowers, and shrubs available for purchase!

    The sale is in Downtown Ridgefield, at the Ridgefield School District Maintenance Building, across from City Hall.

  • Spring Book Sale | Day 2
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Spring Book Sale
    Friends of the Ridgefield Community Library

    Saturday, May 4th

    Public Sale
    9am-4pm

    Funds raised benefit the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library.

  • SOAR Colored Pencil Workshop with Jeannice Gordon
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr #206, Vancouver, WA 98662, USA

    8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr #206, Vancouver, WA 98662, USA

    Ann Kullberg Presents

    Certified SOAR Instructor Jeannice Gordon brings you a fun-filled 2-day (May 4th & May 5th) colored pencil workshop:

    Iris Botanical on Watercolor Paper

    What you’ll learn from Jeannice:
    • How to create realistic botanicals
    • How to master Jeannice’s “loop” stroke
    • How to build beautiful, realistic textures
    • Plus, you’ll walk away with an Iris Botanical by you!

  • Ridgefield Raptors Job Fair
    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    3101 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    3101 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Are you looking for a summer job? Do you want to work for the Ridgefield Raptors this summer? Join our team as we’re looking to fill seasonal positions: Come see us at the Raptors Job Fair!

    Raptors Job Fair Dates/times:
    – Saturday May 4th from 3pm to 5pm
    – Thursday May 9th from 6pm to 8pm
    – Location: Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex (3101 S. Hillhurst Road)

    Raptors Opportunities Available:
    – Box Office Operations & Ticket Sales
    – Hospitality & Concessions Operations
    – Promotions & In-Game Entertainment
    – Community Events & Youth Programs
    – Social Media & Marketing
    – Live Stream Video Production
    – Scoreboard Operator
    – Merchandise Operations & Sales
    – Stadium Operations

    Stop by our Summer Job Fair at the Raptors home field, the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Download an application at https://ridgefieldraptors.com/job-opportunities/ Bring the application completed and a resume along with any questions you have.

    If you can’t attend the Job Fair feel free to apply online here https://ridgefieldraptors.com/job-opportunities/ scan and email application to info@ridgefieldraptors.com

    Join our team for Summer 2019 and be a part of Raptor Nation!

  • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    05/04/2019

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

    Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

    “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

    “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

    “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

  • Terry Robb, Jeff Peterson Live in Concert at Old Liberty Theater
    7:30 pm-10:00 pm
    05/04/2019

    115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    ONE NIGHT ONLY! Masters of Delta blues and Hawaiian slack key guitar come together for an unforgettable evening Sat, May 4 at the Old Liberty Theater in Ridefield, Wash. Tickets $25 @ (360) 887-7260.

    ABOUT Terry Robb
    Terry Robb is praised by Rolling Stone, Vintage Guitar, Down Beat, Acoustic Guitar, Living Blues, Guitar Player, Blues Blast, Guitar World, Blues Matters, Blues Revue, Oprah’s O Magazine and countless more esteemed journals, placing him among the top acoustic blues guitarists of our time. His signature fingerpicking style landed him in the Oregon Music Hall of Fame and the Cascade Blues Association Hall of Fame, and earned him international acclaim from music critics, peers and fans.
    Robb is touring in support of his latest album Confessin’ My Dues. He draws on his deep knowledge of Delta blues, ragtime and swing in 13 original compositions ranging from blistering instrumental blues and stunning ragtime fingerpicking to soulful singing backed by a powerhouse rhythm section. From country blues to Coltrane, ragtime to Hendrix, Americana to American Primitivism, Confessin’ My Dues will captivate listeners with its melodic and rhythmic invention and musical virtuosity.

    “Every release that Terry Robb puts out is a cause to celebrate,” says Greg Johnson, president, Cascade Blues Association. “There are not many guitarists in the blues or any genre that you can come by that are as detailed and clever with their creativity. Confessin’ My Dues is yet another example of Terry Robb doing what he does best – leaving us with a sense of awe and joy with every note he plays. It’s a winning formula that continues to lead the pack.”

    “Exquisite musicality…unquestionably, Robb ranks right up there with the heavy hitters, a player of dazzling skill and technique…finger gawkers flood to his shows,” says Frank Matheis of Living Blues Magazine. “It’s the rare guitarist who can whip off a killer 12-bar blues solo, then turn around fingerpick Travis-style with speed and subtlety,” mused Ian Zack of Acoustic Guitar Magazine. And Dan Forte of Vintage Guitar Magazine hailed him as “one of the best players, on acoustic and electric, embracing a range of blues styles and then some.”

    With more than 15 releases under his name, Robb’s award-winning, blues chart-topping discography features collaborations with steel-string guitar icon John Fahey, Maria Muldaur, Eddy Clearwater, Ike Willis and Curtis Salgado. He has toured nationally with Buddy Guy, Steve Miller and John Fahey, shared the stage with B.B. King, Robin Trower, Albert Lee, Joe Cocker, Bo Diddley, David Crosby, George Thorogood, Leo Kottke, Johnny Winter and many more all-stars. He has performed as a solo artist at festivals and concert halls across the United States, Canada and Europe, and appeared as a guest of “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” the NBA Trail Blazers and the Oregon Symphony. As a sought-after educator, he has given fingerstyle blues and slide guitar workshops at festivals, universities and arts organizations across the United States and Canada.

    An acclaimed record producer, arranger and session guitarist, his work is featured in Hollywood films, documentaries, TV programs and biographies, such as “Game of Thrones,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot,” and Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, American Guitarist. He produced Alice Stuart’s album Can’t Find No Heaven, nominated for Grammy and Blues Music Awards, and John Fahey’s Let Go which received a four-star review by Rolling Stone. A member of the Cascade Blues Association Hall of Fame, Robb was honored the eponymous “Terry Robb” Acoustic Guitar Muddy Award after winning the prize for 19 consecutive years, and in 2017 he received the Lifetime Achievement Muddy Award.

    Terry Robb was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, raised in the United States and resides in Portland, Oregon.

    ABOUT Jeff Peterson

    Recognized as one of Hawaii’s most versatile musicians, Jeff Peterson is at the heart of the Hawaiian music scene today. His passion for the guitar has allowed him to shine as a solo artist and has given him the opportunity to collaborate with a wide variety of artists from Hawaii, across the US, and abroad. His focus on Slack Key guitar, classical, and jazz music has allowed him to develop a unique and transcendent voice on the guitar while being deeply rooted in the traditions of his Hawaiian heritage.

    He has contributed to two Grammy Award-winning recordings and has been honored with nine Na Hōkū Hanohano Awards in Hawaii. �His solo CD Maui on My Mind was recognized as the Slack Key Album of the Year and received a Grammy nomination in 2010. His next release featured his songwriting, performing, and producing on Amy Hanaiali`i and Slack Key Masters of Hawaii. The groundbreaking recording features a collaboration between Jeff, Amy Hanaiali`i, Cyril Pahinui, Dennis Kamakahi, Sonny Lim, and Chino Montero. His next release titled Slack Key Travels includes twelve new compositions and new arrangements of classic Hawaiian songs and won the 2014 Hoku Award for Best Slack Key Album. Jeff’s solo album O’ahu won 2 Hōkū Awards in 2016 for Slack Key Album of the Year and instrumental song of the year for the song Old Pali. His latest release Wahi Pana is a full length performance and documentary film and CD soundtrack. Jeff premiered composed and performed the first ever Concerto for Slack Key Guitar and Orchestra in 2016 with the Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra. The piece is featured in Wahi Pana, Songs of Place, which is a full length performance and documentary film with a CD soundtrack featuring slack key, classical, jazz, and world music along with background on Jeff’s life, music, travels, and collaborations. Current projects have included an instructional DVD on slack key guitar and the 2018 Na Hōkū Hanohano Instrumental Album of the Year Across the Sea featuring Tsun Hui Hung on erhu and Greg Sardina on steel guitar. Jeff is a 2018 Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Fellow and 2018 First People’s Fund Fellow.

    Born on the Island of Maui, Jeff Peterson grew up on the slopes of Haleakala where he was introduced to the rich heritage of Hawaiian music by his father, a paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboy, on the Haleakala Ranch.

    As a performer, Jeff has had the honor to work with a wide range of artists and groups including Eric Clapton, James Galway, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Aaron Neville, Boz Scaggs, the Honolulu Symphony, Hawaii Opera Theatre, Keola Beamer, Nathan Aweau, Amy Hanaiali’i, The Matt Catingub Orchestra of Hawaii, jazz bassist Rufus Reid, shakuhachi master Riley Lee, Taiko master Kenny Endo, Classical guitarist Benjamin Verdery, Hindustani Slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya, the acclaimed string quartet Ethel, and with many other artists in the fields of Hawaiian, classical, and jazz music. He has four recordings with Riley Lee: “Maui Morning”, “Bamboo Slack Key”, “Haiku”, and “Haleakala”. He also released seven solo guitar recording featuring his slack key artistry, “Oahu”, “Slack Key Travels”, “Maui On My Mind”, “Kahealani”, “Slack Key Jazz”, “The Artistry of Jeff Peterson”, and “Pure Slack Key”. Wayne Harada from the Honolulu Advertiser reacted to hearing the CDs by writing: “Add the Peterson name to the top 10 list of slack key giants”, “His manner is impeccable, his style exquisite: the CD is perfection”, “Brilliant . . . Peterson raises the bar a few notches in both slack key and jazz with this bright and exceptional release”. He is also featured as a performer and arranger on the 2008 and 2009 Grammy Nominated recordings “Aumakua” and “Friends and Family of Hawaii” by Amy Hanaiali’i.

    He has traveled to Europe, Asia, Australia, and across the United Sates to perform at a variety of venues from Symphony Space in New York City to the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, China. In addition to performing, he taught the guitar at the University of Hawaii for several years running the guitar program. He achieved a milestone in Hawaiian music at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards on February 13th, 2005, when a recording featuring Jeff and other island artists, “Slack Key Guitar, Volume 2”, won the first ever Grammy Award for best Hawaiian recording. He is also featured on the recording that won the 2010 Grammy Award in the Hawaiian music category. Five of his songs were featured in the film The Descendants starring George Clooney.

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    • Hello Spring Market
      9:00 am-2:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      Hello Markets PNW strives to have unique, high quality markets, a beautiful venue and top local vendor to shop from.


      May 4th Free Entry
      All vendors are local, handpicked, handcrafted vendors.

      This is the perfect place to shop for a Mother’s Day, baby shower gift, wedding gift and of course for yourself!

    • May Day Spring Festival
      9:00 am-3:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      113-131 S Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      113-131 S Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      **Thank you for joining us at the 2019 event, we will update with 2020 event information when available!

      It is the Anniversary of First Saturday!! Join us to usher in a fresh new season complete with Maypole dance, Farmer’s Market season grand opening, outdoor games, scavenger hunt, art, food and more!

      The Ridgefield Art Association is hosting its annual art fair & sale at Overlook Park. The Garden Club will also hold its annual plant sale at the Ridgefield School District Maintenance Building.

       

      9AM-3PM First Saturday & Spring Festival Activities @ Overlook Park

      • Farmer’s Market 2019 Season Opening
      • Ridgefield Art Association Spring Art Fair & Sale
      • Make Flower Crowns with Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce ($2 donation)
      • Make poppies with American Legion, Post 44
      • Make Mom a silk flower bouquet at Ridgefield Floral & Gifts!
      • First Saturday 4th Anniversary Celebration- Cupcakes are served!
      • Fun outdoor games & activities

      11AM: Maypole Dance Performance
      @ Overlook Park
      with DanceFusion NW

      11AM: Wine Garden
      @ Overlook Park
      with Windy Hills Winery & Spudder’s Crest Wines

      9AM: Garden Club Annual Plant Sale
      @ RSD Maintenance Building

      9AM-2PM: Make a May Basket
      @ Ridgefield Community Library
      Then pick up flowers around town to fill your basket

      9AM-4PM: Spring Used Book Sale
      @ Ridgefield Library Building
      with the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library

      9AM: May Day themed Kayak Paddle and SUP Tour
      @ Ridgefield Kayak/ Alder Creek (preregister at https://aldercreek.com)

      Noon-4PM: Cathlapotle Plankhouse Season Opening
      @ Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

      7:30PM: Terry Robb acoustic blues guitar performance
      @ Old Liberty Theater

       

    • Annual Plant Sale - Ridgefield Garden Club
      9:00 am-5:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      230 Pioneer St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      230 Pioneer St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      Come to the Ridgefield Garden Club’s Annual Plant Sale! There will be hanging baskets, herbs, trees, sun and shade planters, home grown veggies and flowers, and shrubs available for purchase!

      The sale is in Downtown Ridgefield, at the Ridgefield School District Maintenance Building, across from City Hall.

    • Spring Book Sale | Day 2
      9:00 am-4:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      Spring Book Sale
      Friends of the Ridgefield Community Library

      Saturday, May 4th

      Public Sale
      9am-4pm

      Funds raised benefit the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library.

    • SOAR Colored Pencil Workshop with Jeannice Gordon
      10:00 am-4:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr #206, Vancouver, WA 98662, USA
      8700 NE Vancouver Mall Dr #206, Vancouver, WA 98662, USA

      Ann Kullberg Presents

      Certified SOAR Instructor Jeannice Gordon brings you a fun-filled 2-day (May 4th & May 5th) colored pencil workshop:

      Iris Botanical on Watercolor Paper

      What you’ll learn from Jeannice:
      • How to create realistic botanicals
      • How to master Jeannice’s “loop” stroke
      • How to build beautiful, realistic textures
      • Plus, you’ll walk away with an Iris Botanical by you!

    • Ridgefield Raptors Job Fair
      3:00 pm-5:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      3101 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      3101 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      Are you looking for a summer job? Do you want to work for the Ridgefield Raptors this summer? Join our team as we’re looking to fill seasonal positions: Come see us at the Raptors Job Fair!

      Raptors Job Fair Dates/times:
      – Saturday May 4th from 3pm to 5pm
      – Thursday May 9th from 6pm to 8pm
      – Location: Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex (3101 S. Hillhurst Road)

      Raptors Opportunities Available:
      – Box Office Operations & Ticket Sales
      – Hospitality & Concessions Operations
      – Promotions & In-Game Entertainment
      – Community Events & Youth Programs
      – Social Media & Marketing
      – Live Stream Video Production
      – Scoreboard Operator
      – Merchandise Operations & Sales
      – Stadium Operations

      Stop by our Summer Job Fair at the Raptors home field, the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Download an application at https://ridgefieldraptors.com/job-opportunities/ Bring the application completed and a resume along with any questions you have.

      If you can’t attend the Job Fair feel free to apply online here https://ridgefieldraptors.com/job-opportunities/ scan and email application to info@ridgefieldraptors.com

      Join our team for Summer 2019 and be a part of Raptor Nation!

    • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
      7:00 pm-9:30 pm
      05/04/2019
      2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

      Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

      “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

      “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

      “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

    • Terry Robb, Jeff Peterson Live in Concert at Old Liberty Theater
      7:30 pm-10:00 pm
      05/04/2019
      115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA
      115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

      ONE NIGHT ONLY! Masters of Delta blues and Hawaiian slack key guitar come together for an unforgettable evening Sat, May 4 at the Old Liberty Theater in Ridefield, Wash. Tickets $25 @ (360) 887-7260.

      ABOUT Terry Robb
      Terry Robb is praised by Rolling Stone, Vintage Guitar, Down Beat, Acoustic Guitar, Living Blues, Guitar Player, Blues Blast, Guitar World, Blues Matters, Blues Revue, Oprah’s O Magazine and countless more esteemed journals, placing him among the top acoustic blues guitarists of our time. His signature fingerpicking style landed him in the Oregon Music Hall of Fame and the Cascade Blues Association Hall of Fame, and earned him international acclaim from music critics, peers and fans.
      Robb is touring in support of his latest album Confessin’ My Dues. He draws on his deep knowledge of Delta blues, ragtime and swing in 13 original compositions ranging from blistering instrumental blues and stunning ragtime fingerpicking to soulful singing backed by a powerhouse rhythm section. From country blues to Coltrane, ragtime to Hendrix, Americana to American Primitivism, Confessin’ My Dues will captivate listeners with its melodic and rhythmic invention and musical virtuosity.

      “Every release that Terry Robb puts out is a cause to celebrate,” says Greg Johnson, president, Cascade Blues Association. “There are not many guitarists in the blues or any genre that you can come by that are as detailed and clever with their creativity. Confessin’ My Dues is yet another example of Terry Robb doing what he does best – leaving us with a sense of awe and joy with every note he plays. It’s a winning formula that continues to lead the pack.”

      “Exquisite musicality…unquestionably, Robb ranks right up there with the heavy hitters, a player of dazzling skill and technique…finger gawkers flood to his shows,” says Frank Matheis of Living Blues Magazine. “It’s the rare guitarist who can whip off a killer 12-bar blues solo, then turn around fingerpick Travis-style with speed and subtlety,” mused Ian Zack of Acoustic Guitar Magazine. And Dan Forte of Vintage Guitar Magazine hailed him as “one of the best players, on acoustic and electric, embracing a range of blues styles and then some.”

      With more than 15 releases under his name, Robb’s award-winning, blues chart-topping discography features collaborations with steel-string guitar icon John Fahey, Maria Muldaur, Eddy Clearwater, Ike Willis and Curtis Salgado. He has toured nationally with Buddy Guy, Steve Miller and John Fahey, shared the stage with B.B. King, Robin Trower, Albert Lee, Joe Cocker, Bo Diddley, David Crosby, George Thorogood, Leo Kottke, Johnny Winter and many more all-stars. He has performed as a solo artist at festivals and concert halls across the United States, Canada and Europe, and appeared as a guest of “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” the NBA Trail Blazers and the Oregon Symphony. As a sought-after educator, he has given fingerstyle blues and slide guitar workshops at festivals, universities and arts organizations across the United States and Canada.

      An acclaimed record producer, arranger and session guitarist, his work is featured in Hollywood films, documentaries, TV programs and biographies, such as “Game of Thrones,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot,” and Dance of Death: The Life of John Fahey, American Guitarist. He produced Alice Stuart’s album Can’t Find No Heaven, nominated for Grammy and Blues Music Awards, and John Fahey’s Let Go which received a four-star review by Rolling Stone. A member of the Cascade Blues Association Hall of Fame, Robb was honored the eponymous “Terry Robb” Acoustic Guitar Muddy Award after winning the prize for 19 consecutive years, and in 2017 he received the Lifetime Achievement Muddy Award.

      Terry Robb was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, raised in the United States and resides in Portland, Oregon.

      ABOUT Jeff Peterson

      Recognized as one of Hawaii’s most versatile musicians, Jeff Peterson is at the heart of the Hawaiian music scene today. His passion for the guitar has allowed him to shine as a solo artist and has given him the opportunity to collaborate with a wide variety of artists from Hawaii, across the US, and abroad. His focus on Slack Key guitar, classical, and jazz music has allowed him to develop a unique and transcendent voice on the guitar while being deeply rooted in the traditions of his Hawaiian heritage.

      He has contributed to two Grammy Award-winning recordings and has been honored with nine Na Hōkū Hanohano Awards in Hawaii. �His solo CD Maui on My Mind was recognized as the Slack Key Album of the Year and received a Grammy nomination in 2010. His next release featured his songwriting, performing, and producing on Amy Hanaiali`i and Slack Key Masters of Hawaii. The groundbreaking recording features a collaboration between Jeff, Amy Hanaiali`i, Cyril Pahinui, Dennis Kamakahi, Sonny Lim, and Chino Montero. His next release titled Slack Key Travels includes twelve new compositions and new arrangements of classic Hawaiian songs and won the 2014 Hoku Award for Best Slack Key Album. Jeff’s solo album O’ahu won 2 Hōkū Awards in 2016 for Slack Key Album of the Year and instrumental song of the year for the song Old Pali. His latest release Wahi Pana is a full length performance and documentary film and CD soundtrack. Jeff premiered composed and performed the first ever Concerto for Slack Key Guitar and Orchestra in 2016 with the Raleigh Civic Chamber Orchestra. The piece is featured in Wahi Pana, Songs of Place, which is a full length performance and documentary film with a CD soundtrack featuring slack key, classical, jazz, and world music along with background on Jeff’s life, music, travels, and collaborations. Current projects have included an instructional DVD on slack key guitar and the 2018 Na Hōkū Hanohano Instrumental Album of the Year Across the Sea featuring Tsun Hui Hung on erhu and Greg Sardina on steel guitar. Jeff is a 2018 Native Arts & Cultures Foundation Fellow and 2018 First People’s Fund Fellow.

      Born on the Island of Maui, Jeff Peterson grew up on the slopes of Haleakala where he was introduced to the rich heritage of Hawaiian music by his father, a paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboy, on the Haleakala Ranch.

      As a performer, Jeff has had the honor to work with a wide range of artists and groups including Eric Clapton, James Galway, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Aaron Neville, Boz Scaggs, the Honolulu Symphony, Hawaii Opera Theatre, Keola Beamer, Nathan Aweau, Amy Hanaiali’i, The Matt Catingub Orchestra of Hawaii, jazz bassist Rufus Reid, shakuhachi master Riley Lee, Taiko master Kenny Endo, Classical guitarist Benjamin Verdery, Hindustani Slide guitarist Debashish Bhattacharya, the acclaimed string quartet Ethel, and with many other artists in the fields of Hawaiian, classical, and jazz music. He has four recordings with Riley Lee: “Maui Morning”, “Bamboo Slack Key”, “Haiku”, and “Haleakala”. He also released seven solo guitar recording featuring his slack key artistry, “Oahu”, “Slack Key Travels”, “Maui On My Mind”, “Kahealani”, “Slack Key Jazz”, “The Artistry of Jeff Peterson”, and “Pure Slack Key”. Wayne Harada from the Honolulu Advertiser reacted to hearing the CDs by writing: “Add the Peterson name to the top 10 list of slack key giants”, “His manner is impeccable, his style exquisite: the CD is perfection”, “Brilliant . . . Peterson raises the bar a few notches in both slack key and jazz with this bright and exceptional release”. He is also featured as a performer and arranger on the 2008 and 2009 Grammy Nominated recordings “Aumakua” and “Friends and Family of Hawaii” by Amy Hanaiali’i.

      He has traveled to Europe, Asia, Australia, and across the United Sates to perform at a variety of venues from Symphony Space in New York City to the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, China. In addition to performing, he taught the guitar at the University of Hawaii for several years running the guitar program. He achieved a milestone in Hawaiian music at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards on February 13th, 2005, when a recording featuring Jeff and other island artists, “Slack Key Guitar, Volume 2”, won the first ever Grammy Award for best Hawaiian recording. He is also featured on the recording that won the 2010 Grammy Award in the Hawaiian music category. Five of his songs were featured in the film The Descendants starring George Clooney.

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  • Second Sundays @ the Cathlapotle Plankhouse on the Refuge
    12:00 pm-4:00 pm
    05/05/2019

    28908 No. Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    28908 No. Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Resilience and Resurgence is the theme for the 2019 Second Sunday Series. As we revitalize the Refuge’s oak woodlands, we turn an eye towards those that have shaped this landscape Since Time Immemorial. As always, our series will highlight issues most closely related to the work we do here at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.

    May 4-5 – Opening Weekend
    May 12 – Indigenous Resilience and Resurgence
    June 9 – Oaksploration
    July 14 – Tending the Wild with Fire
    August 11 – Traditional Technologies
    September 8 – Ancestors and Elders
    October 12-13 – Closing Weekend

    The Plankhouse is also open every Saturday and Sunday May 1st-October 13th, 12 PM-4PM.

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  • Ridgefield Raptors Job Fair #2
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    05/09/2019

    3101 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    3101 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Are you looking for a summer job? Do you want to work for the Ridgefield Raptors this summer? Join our team as we’re looking to fill seasonal positions at the Raptors Job Fair!

    Raptors Job Fair Dates/times:
    – Thursday May 9th from 6pm to 8pm
    – Location: Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex (3101 S. Hillhurst Road)

    Raptors Opportunities Available:
    – Box Office Operations & Ticket Sales
    – Hospitality & Concessions Operations
    – Promotions & In-Game Entertainment
    – Community Events & Youth Programs
    – Social Media & Marketing
    – Live Stream Video Production
    – Scoreboard Operator
    – Merchandise Operations & Sales
    – Stadium Operations

    Stop by our Summer Job Fair at the Raptors home field, the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Download an application at https://ridgefieldraptors.com/job-opportunities/ Bring the application completed and a resume along with any questions you have.

    If you can’t attend the Job Fair, feel free to apply online at https://ridgefieldraptors.com/job-opportunities/. Scan and email your application to info@ridgefieldraptors.com.

    Join our team for Summer 2019 and be a part of Raptor Nation.

  • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    05/09/2019

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

    Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

    “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

    “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

    “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

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  • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    05/10/2019

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

    Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

    “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

    “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

    “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

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  • Mom’s n Mimosas
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    05/11/2019

    104 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    104 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    “Moms n Mimosas” Saturday May 11th 10am-12pm

    Ticket includes all materials to complete “Flowers and Frames” activity to bring home your own piece, as well as a welcome mimosa to kick off your Mother’s Day Weekend. Additional beverages available. Start your day with a little Crafting and Sipping. Why not? It’s YOUR weekend! You deserve this.

    Mimosa’s and “Flowers and Frames” Art Activity
    Plaster dipped artificial flowers to then decorate a picture frame. Perfect for graduation photo gifts, art, sentimental memories. Trendy way to spruce up your keepsakes.

    $45, first mimosa and all materials included.

  • RHS Theatre Presents: Chicago!
    7:00 pm-9:30 pm
    05/11/2019

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2630 S Hillhurst Rd, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    RHS Theatre presents “Chicago: High School Edition” in the Ridgefield High School Performing Arts Center May 2-4 and 9-11 at 7:00pm. Tickets are $8 for adults, and $6 for students, staff, seniors, and veterans; available at the door (cash or check only), or at ridge.revtrak.net/chicago

    Ridgefield is one of the first high schools in America to present “Chicago”—the second longest-running show in Broadway history—thanks to a new age-appropriate “High School Edition” of the classic musical, and a special arrangement with publisher Samuel French.

    “Chicago” transports the audience to the roaring 20’s cabaret scene of the title city, where would-be starlet Roxie Hart (senior Lily Ray) gets mixed up in the fast world of glitz, fame, and “All That Jazz”—ending up on murderer’s row with the original jazz killer Velma Kelly (junior Bridget Donaldson). With the help of the city’s best ‘criminal lawyer’ Billy Flynn (sophomore Peter Schafer) and prison matron-turned manager Mama Morton (senior Sofia Lee), and by using Roxie’s hapless husband Amos (junior Sebastian Rojas-Rincon), the spunky slayers hope to turn their notoriety into stardom in a city where the truth is for sale and sensationalism rules the headlines.

    “Chicago” opened on Broadway in 1975 with book and choreography by Bob Fosse, music and lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb, and is based on the 1926 play of the same name by Maurine Dallas Watkins. Filled with iconic songs like “Razzle Dazzle,” “Mr. Cellophane,” and the “Cell Block Tango,” Chicago is a landmark of American theatre.

    “Chicago: High School Edition” is directed and produced by RHS Theatre Director Kaitlyn Etter, with Fosse-style choreography by Megan Smith of Dance Fusion NW. Vocal Direction by Barbara Choltco, and technical supervision by Aziza Mansuri. For more info on RHS Theatre, please visit spudderactivities.weebly.com/theatre

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  • Mother’s Day Yoga
    11:00 am-12:00 pm
    05/12/2019

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    First come first serve, please reserve your space by emailing info.mkelevate@gmail.com

    Class begins at 11AM. $20 per person

    Come join Mandy and Kristi from MKelevate for a yoga class that will relax as well as invigorate your mind and body.
    *This class comes with an extra special treat to celebrate!!

    We welcome you to stay after class and enjoy Windy Hills’ delicious menu and amazing wines for purchase! Windy Hills Winery opens at noon.

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  • Providence White Caps: The Diary of Bernice Lorang, RN
    5:30 pm-8:00 pm
    05/16/2019

    115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    115 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Bernice Lorang Bartel

    Hear the story of longtime resident Bernice Bartel as her niece shares the book she has written. With Bernice’s 1940’s diary, discussions and research, Judy Litchfield will tell the story of Bernice and her fellow students in the registered nurse program at St. Joseph’s Hospital during World War II.

    5:30PM Meet the Author
    6PM Presentation

    Suggested donation $5.
    More information: Jan Haig, 360-798-6508

    Presented by Soroptomist.

  • Paint Night with artist Elida Field
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    05/16/2019

    4115 NE 259th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    4115 NE 259th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Elida Art Studio and Bethany Vineyard have teamed up to bring
    you a magical evening of painting, wine, and fun. No
    experience necessary, just a willingness to have fun! We will
    lead you through the step-by-step process of painting this
    beautiful bohemian llama. You will go home with a finished
    painting full of color and dimension – perfect for your decor.

    We will be providing a cheese plate, and wine will be available
    for purchase by the glass. Please note that our kitchen will be
    closed, so additional food will not be available – be sure to eat
    dinner before you come!
    Date: May 16th, 7:00 -9:00 pm
    Location: Bethany Vineyard & Winery, 4115 NE 259th St.,
    Ridgefield, WA 98642
    Cost: $65, includes cheese plate, painting materials and
    instruction.
    This can be some messy fun – be sure to wear clothes that can
    get a little paint-y or bring an apron/smock!

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  • Bunco Blast
    5:30 pm-8:00 pm
    05/18/2019

    210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    210 N Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Bunco Blast, a benefit for the Ridgefield Community Library Building Fund, is on Saturday, May 18 at 5:30 pm. We’re organizing a game night with a silent and live auction, beer, and wine. It’s the last event to be held in the former Ridgefield Community Center!   Cost per person is $25 for nonmembers, and $20 if you are a member of the Friends. It will be a fun night for all! To reserve a table or a spot email s.bergeson14@gmail.com or text (360)910-3427.

    Due to the serving of alcohol, this event will be for guests ages 21 and above only.

  • 2019 Camp Hope Discovery Dinner & Auction
    5:30 pm-8:30 pm
    05/18/2019

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Windy Hills Winery, 1418-1432 S 38th Ct, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Join us for Our 4th Annual Silent & Live Auction, a Delicious Dinner, and the opportunity to learn more about Camp Hope’s programs – hear stories about the changed lives of the youth we serve in our community! Together, we are INVESTING IN YOUTH!

    Windy Hills Winery
    1346 S. 38th Ct., Ridgefield, WA 98642
    Saturday, May 18th
    5:30 – 8:30PM

    This is a fun way you can support Camp Hope
    and the youth of our community!

    The annual auction is our largest fundraiser for the year; it not only helps sustain our programs, but also enables us to offer our camps at a low or no cost to those who need it. 60% of our campers come from low income homes.

    In just a couple of years the numbers of youth we have served has almost tripled! In addition to our programs, we serve over 20 other youth organizations in our community, including foster and at-risk youth.

    Together we can make a positive difference in the lives of our youth.

    REGISTER HERE: https://www.camphope-wa.org/events/2019-camp-hope-discovery-dinner-auction

    Choose your level of involvement:
    1) Attend our Night of Discovery ­ an individual ticket includes a seat at a table and an amazing dinner ­- $65/seat ­
    2) Purchase a table for 10 for you and your friends, or on behalf of others ­- have your name listed in the program guide as a Camp Hope Supporter! -­ $650/table ­
    3) Provide a gift certificate, gift basket or other item for the live and silent auctions ­- have your name listed in the program guide as a Camp Hope Supporter! (tax deductible)
    4) Become an Event Sponsor (see Sponsorship Opportunities attachment for more details https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/a9e278_c4f87f3713d94d9da962de38a6e1ce73.pdf)
    5) Provide a “charitable gift” for the auction – you specify the amount.- Have your name listed in the program guide as a Camp Hope Supporter! (tax deductible)

    Thank you to our “Fir” Sponsors,
    New Tradition Homes and A.C.T. Builders, LLC.,
    as well as our other table sponsors!

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  • Kids Paint “Home” Wall Hang
    4:00 pm-6:00 pm
    05/19/2019

    120 N 3rd Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    120 N 3rd Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    In this KIDS class, young students will learn step-by-step instructions to paint, stain and embellish this little wall plaque. All supplies are provided for you including an apron to protect your clothing. Please arrive early to claim your seat and get some goodies 🙂

    NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY and this makes a GREAT gift idea! AWESOME for MOMS!

    Food and drink may be purchased at the event. Seats are limited. Thank you!

    Tickets are $20.

  • The Mind Readers Book Club
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    05/19/2019

    2411 NE 244th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    2411 NE 244th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Join the Thee Brothers Vineyard & Winery for their

    The Mind Readers: We Read Between The Wines Book Club!

    Happy Hour is 5-6PM

    They meet the last Sunday of every month.

    Book’s of the Month:
    February 17th: The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict
    March 31st: Code Girls by Liza Mundy
    April 28th: The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
    May 19th: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens
    June 30th: The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

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  • Annual Culture Parade
    10:00 am-10:30 am
    05/30/2019

    All Union Ridge Elementary students will be parading through downtown Ridgefield representing a variety of cultures that are being studied in the classroom. Please join us on Thursday, May 30th from 10:00 am-10:30 am to celebrate world cultures!

    The parade will begin on 5th Ave in front of Union Ridge Elementary and move south to Pioneer, then take a right and travel down Pioneer to Main. Students will then take a right on Main and parade to Mill Street, where they will take another right and end back in front of the school.

    The roads will be closed to traffic during this time.

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