Community Events Calendar

A note regarding the Community Events Calendar and COVID-19:

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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  • 04
    July 4, 2020

    Trivia Night @ Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery

    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery
    2411 NE 244th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    Join us every Saturday at 6 pm for our ever popular Trivia Night! Get there early for all your wine, craft beer and food orders!

  • 04
    July 4, 2020

    Ridgefield Whodunnits – CLUE RELEASE

    9:00 am-10:00 am

    A Whodunnits Clue will be release on social media and website today – solve the riddle to continue on your way to solving the mystery!


    More details available on the Whodunnits Webpage

  • 04
    July 4, 2020

    4th of July Celebration

    9:00 am-2:00 pm

    Ridgefield celebrates the Fourth of July BIG each year, this year will look a little different due to our need to protect the health of our community, but with your help it will be just as fun and patriotic!

    9AM Virtual Fun Run: Register and run your 5K on the road, on a trail, on the treadmill or around your yard; post a picture with #RidgefieldRuns4th2020 and receive participant swag. Sponsored by Ridgefield Runners. Additional information and registration here. 

    10AM Zoom Pancake Feed: Make your own pancakes or order them to-go; then join the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce and your community for a Zoom hangout. Join the Zoom meeting here.

    11AM Streaming Kid, Pet and Craft Parade: Get dressed up, decorate wagons or bikes, or make a shoebox-size float and take a picture. Send your pictures to with the subject line “Virtual Parade” anytime between June 7-30, and you will see them in an online parade on the City of Ridgefield Facebook on the 4th. Include any names or stories you would like to be included. Ridgefield Art Association will lead the parade with their shoebox-sized float entries.

    1:00 pm Kids and Pets Parade: Dress up the kids/pets and parade them on your street for 6 blocks left, then right and back home. Keep the little ones in sight or follow along, but parade for your neighbors like you would if you were on the corner of Pioneer and Main. But, make sure all participants stay 6 feet apart.

    2:00 pm Car Parade: Instead of watching the parade, be the parade. Decorate your car, truck, trailer, or whatever and drive the neighborhoods of Ridgefield. Create your own theme with your imagination. A suggested loop will be posted on Parade safely: resist sharing your vehicle, and maintain social distancing by waiting in your front yard for cars to come to you.

    4:00PM Judging for a Patriotic Parade of Homes: Decorate your homes to the MAX in all it’s glory. Think of how much effort we put into decorating our homes at Christmas, but do it for July with Red, White, and Blue or whatever July 4th looks like to you. If you’re in the city limits, submit your address to and judges will drive by on July 4th. The best decorated in each neighborhood will receive prizes similar to floats in the traditional parade.

    10:00PM Streamed Fireworks Show: Tune in to Fox12 for an Independence Day Fireworks Show sponsored by ilani Resort.

    Enjoy a Front Yard or Driveway BBQ: Grill up a hot dog, make a potato salad and apple pie and enjoy an old-fashioned family 4th.  Set up the lawn chairs and create your own fun and friendly competition with outdoor games like kick-the-can or capture the flag, decorate the driveway with chalk art, get out the yard games and play croquet, or badminton.

    Display a U.S. Flag: Beginning June 21, pick up a handheld flag at Ridgefield businesses. One per family. Provided by Ridgefield4th Committee.

    Wear a Ridgefield 4th T-shirt: Pre-order your shirt at

    Kids Activities and Games: Find 4th of July inspired DIY crafts, scavenger hunt and other fun at home activities at

    Co-sponsored by the Ridgefield 4th of July planning organization, City of Ridgefield, First Saturday Committee and local businesses.
    The live Kid Parade, Car Parade and Patriotic Parade of Homes are hosted and judged by Ridgefield 4th Non-Profit.

  • 07
    July 7, 2020


    6:40 pm-7:40 pm
    Ridgefield Administrative and Civic Center (RACC)
    510 Pioneer St, Ridgefield, WA 98642, USA

    This is a great space to practice public speaking professionally and personally.
    Free and open to the public.

    Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs.

  • 07
    July 7, 2020

    Playground Program

    12:00 pm-2:00 pm

    Join in for arts, crafts, and games as we unleash the MAGIC of PLAY, IMAGINATION and FUN!

    Designed for kids aged 4 to 12, the program features FREE summer activities including weekly themed arts & crafts, and games.

    Pick-Up a FREE Activity Packet each week at City Hall on Tuesdays from 10am-4pm. Supplies are limited, first come, first serve.
    Then, go to the Playground Program website or City of Battle Ground Facebook page for an instructional video.

    2020 FUN Weekly Themes:

    Week 1 – Pick-up June 16th: Shark Week

    Week 2 – Pick-up June 23rd: The Great Outdoors

    Week 3 – Pick-up June 30th: Red, White & Blue

    Week 4 – Pick-up July 7th: How does your Garden Grow?

    Week 5 – Pick-up July 14th: Star Gazing

    Week 6 – Pick-up July 21st: Creepy Crawlies

    Week 7 – Pick-up July 28th: Superhero Week

    Week 8 – Pick-up August 4th: Ooey Gooey

    Ran by Battle Ground Parks & Recreation, the Playground Program will be held virtually this summer. Weekly material packets will be available at a designated pick-up location and instructional videos released each week.

    The program is made possible by annual grants from Riverview Community Bank and the Parks Foundation of Clark County.

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