Ridgefield Dining will reopen for lunch on Tuesday, July 5th.
Lunch served every Tuesday.
Open from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Lunch served from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.
The 2022 National Night Out will be in-person at Bennett Hall at Abrams Park. There will be a free, hot dog dinner, Ridgefield Police Officers and squad cars on site, Ridgefield Neighbors on Watch volunteers and information, classic car show, Curly the Camel, vendor booths from local community partners and businesses, an orienteering course, music, and more! We hope to see you there.
The application period for 2022 National Night Out Vendors has CLOSED.
Interested in sponsoring National Night Out? Click here to submit your donation.
Meet Me on Wednesdays is a NEW community event program starting in the Spring of 2022! The mission of Meet Me on Wednesdays is to bring active adults to Downtown Ridgefield to enjoy healthy exercise (walk, run, pedal, roll), experience the natural beauty and history of the Downtown, and to appreciate and patronize local businesses.
Kids in strollers, well behaved leashed dogs, and people of all abilities are welcome.
WHAT TO EXPECT
August 10: Waterfront Route, Musicians in the Park
August 17: Little Libraries Route, Musicians in the Park – Bring a book to exchange or donate to a little library!
August 24th: Geocaching, Musicians in the Park
August 31st: Route TBD, Musicians in the Park
September 7th: Route TBD, Musicians in the Park
September 14th: Main Avenue Tour led by the Ridgefield Heritage Society, Musicians in the Park
We are excited to partner with the Ridgefield Art Association to put on Musicians in the Park, a weekly series of lunch-time performances by local musicians at Overlook Park.
Come to Overlook Park, at the corner of Pioneer St and Main Ave, each Wednesday for a music filled lunch hour. Please feel free to bring a picnic lunch or pick up take out from Downtown restaurant. There will be a few benches and picnic tables, but we encourage you to bring your own folding chairs as well.
July 6: Mckinney Green – Americana
July 13: RB@ – Richie Bean and Chris Ochsner – Hits from 60’s, 70’s and beyond
July 20: Larry Lotz – Americana Guitar/Harmonica
July 27: Sun City Players – Contemporary Pop, Soft Rock, Blues, Country
August 3: Kit Garoutte – Fingerstyle Jazz/Pop
August 10: Lonesome Dewey & The Coyotes – Americana
August 17: Siena Christie – Country-Folk
August 24: Tried and Blue – Bluegrass
August 31: Arbielle – Modern Folk
September 7: Barrie Dempsey – Folk/Americana
September 14: Ridgefield Standard Time – Jazz Standards and tunes from Great American Songbook
Doors open at 7:30pm and after you park your car, we will have activities for you to participate in and food you can buy. Remember this is a night to not only enjoy each other’s company, but to also fundraise some dollars for the respective non-profit for each week.
As the sun sets, you’ll be encouraged to return to your car and tune your radio to our audio station for the movie. Then there will be an opportunity to donate directly to the organization right before we will launch into our showing at dusk!
This event will be held at the Port of Ridgefield where we will present a five-week series of outdoor movie screenings, Friday Night Flicks.
Each week a different nonprofit will take the lead to organize a fun evening of film and food. We invite you to be a part of this inaugural fundraising series where your attendance and support will be stretched to support five local nonprofits.
Find additional details and buy tickets at CCHMuseum.org.
Saturday, August 6 is a day of festivals in Ridgefield – check out each location’s information below AND ride a C-Tran Shuttle in between events!
Shuttle Running: 9am-3pm, break from Noon-12:30.
Thank you to C-Tran for providing this FREE shuttle for event attendees at the Ridgefield Day of Festivals!
Visit Overlook Park from 9am-2pm to learn about the City of Ridgefield and see some of our big rigs! We will have games, a scavenger hunt and fun giveaways and prizes.
Ridgefield Farmers Market and Ridgefield First Saturday Vendors selling handmade goods, locally grown vegetables, and more at Overlook Park from 9am to 2pm.
Vendors: Adele’s Garden Artistry, American Legion Ridgefield Post 44, Beks Craft House, Caption Call, Clark County Mosquito Control Board, Crafty Things, E Handcrafted PDX, Essential Oil Joy / doTERRA, Glenice Falter, HS Taekwondo, Little Dumpling Arts, LulaRoe Christina Lee, Luna Lynne Designs, Mountain Man Nut & Fruit Co., Nature’s Art, Northwest Health and Safety Network, NWnut, Pink Owl Boutique, Premier Sharpening Knife Sharpening, RealLife Company Cotton Candy, Renewal by Andersen, Ridgefield Candle Company, Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce, Ripleys creations, Saint Sloan, Seterra Designs, Shared Hope International, SherriFaheyCrocheted, Sip and Spin Pottery Co, The Flawsome Fig, Villages Clark County, Wellness Tradition Community.
Take your lunch down to the water and enjoy watching the Dragon Boat races! Learn more on the Paddle for Life website.
The Ridgefield Art Association is producing a new event in Ridgefield, Washington, the ‘Ridgefield Forest Fair’. This event will take place on Saturday, August 6th, 2022 in Abrams Park from 11 am – 7 pm. This 40 acre park is the ‘gem’ of Ridgefield. There will be 30 amazing artisan booths, food, live music, a beer/wine garden, a tiny parade and fairy garden. No entrance fee will be charged. Learn more on the Ridgefield Art Association website.
Where can you park to attend these events? You can park for free at any of the events and take a free C-Tran shuttle between them!
For questions or additional information, send an email to email@example.com.
Note: There will be no Farmers Market on Saturday, August 20.
The Ridgefield Art Association is hosting the first ‘Ridgefield Forest Fair’ at Abrams Park in Ridgefield, Washington on August 6th from 11 am to 7 pm. The event will be free to the public.
This will be an ‘Art -Music- Food and Family Fair all Rolled into One!’
Elements of the event: Artist/Artisan Booths, Live Music, Beer/Wine Garden, Family Area, Tiny Parade and Fairy Garden.
It’s Trivia Night @ Three Brothers! Join us every Saturday about 6PM for a night of wine, food, and FUN!
***Teams of up to four or individual players
***No fee to join in the fun
***General Trivia Questions from 9 categories
***Weekly prize to the winner
***Trivia begins promptly at 6pm
Food specials, wine by the glass/bottle, beer, soda, and water will be available for purchase.
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