Clark County is in Phase 2 of the Safe Start program. In this Phase, gatherings are limited to 5 people outside of your household. While we have tried to keep our Community Events Calendar updated, there may be events listed that have since been cancelled. Please check with event hosts/venue prior to planning attendance and follow all local health guidelines.
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Clark County Assessor Peter Van Nortwick and County Treasurer Alishia Topper will be joining the American Legion meeting for a discussion of the new Senior and Veteran Tax Exemptions. The meeting is from 7-8PM in the Columbia Assembly Room at the RACC and the public is invited.
There is always work to do, and we need your help to do it!
Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Habitat Restoration 9 am – 12:30 pm, Wednesdays & 2nd Saturdays
Meeting location at the Carty Unit, 28908 NW Main Ave, in the lower parking lot next to the bathrooms. Contact: email@example.com
Wednesdays: 12, 19, 26
Wednesdays: 4, 11, 18, 25
HELP RESTORE HABITAT ON THE REFUGE
You are invited to make a difference on your local wildlife refuge! Join us to protect the rebuild native habitat on the Refuge through blackberry removal and tree caging. Volunteering will also give you the opportunity to remove barbed wire fencing to prevent wildlife injury and death. We provide snacks and beverages. All work days are rain or shine. Wear long pants and sturdy shoes. Gloves and eye protection provided. Arrive early to sign paperwork.
For all work days: We provide snacks, coffee, and water. All work days are rain or shine. Wear long pants and sturdy shoes. Gloves and eye protection are provided. Arrive early to sign paperwork.
Parent/Guardian signature required for those under 18.
See the flyer, and more: https://ridgefieldfriends.org/news/restore-habitat/
The public is invited to Ridgefield’s 2020 State of the City address. Mayor Don Stose will discuss last year’s achievements, inform you about current and future projects and provide a very warm “Welcome to Ridgefield.”
Doors open at 5:30PM for network and snacks.
Formal presentation begins at 6PM.
Join us on Friday Evenings at 6PM for Live Music by Local Artists.
Music begins at 6PM, no Cover. All Ages Welcome.
Start your morning at Ridgefield’s first color run! The Ridge Color Run is a 2 mile Color Fun Run in downtown Ridgefield! Hosted by The Ridge Parents Association.
9AM – The Ridge Color Run @ Davis Park | Race begins at 10AM
Fun, un-timed two mile walk or run around historic Downtown Ridgefield. Wear white because you will be doused in different colored powders along the route. The fun continues at a Finish Festival with music at Davis Park. Sponsored by The Sunset Ridge/View Ridge Parent Association.
For more information and to register, click here.
9AM-2PM – Art Celebration @ Ridgefield Administrative & Civic Center
11:30AM-2PM – Art Alive! @ Ridgefield Administrative & Civic Center
Ridgefield Youth Arts Month presents a showcase featuring talented local dancers, musicians, singers and actors from Musical Expressions, The Fusion Theater Collective, Dance Fusion NW and more!
2PM and 4:30PM – “Robinson Crusoe” @ Ridgefield High School
presented by Missoula Children’s Theater.
7PM – Quinn Liu Concert @ Old Liberty Theater
2 Mile Color Fun Run during First Saturdays and
Youth Arts Month. Run or walk the 1 mile loop
through Downtown, while being sprayed with fun
color powder at various stations throughout the 2
lap course. Come early and stay after to enjoy the
DJ and party until 11:30. Concessions and other
run items will be available to purchase.
Registration fee before February 24th: $20
Late Registration fee after February 24th: $25
Hosted by The Ridge Parent Association.