Tis the season! The annual lighting of the Vancouver, WA Christmas Tree in Esther Short Park takes place this Friday, November 23rd. If you haven’t attended this event, it’s a lot of fun. There are huge amounts of people, lots of activities and overall merriment.
Wow! Vancouver, Washington is having their very own marathon THIS Sunday, June 19th, 2011. Yes, that’s on Father’s Day. I can tell you that this father won’t be out on the course because I’ve already ran the race! Check it out… On Sunday at 7am
Easter is upon us. I know lots of people are looking to locate an Easter Egg Hunt or two. I’ll highlight a few around town. I know this isn’t all of them but hopefully you’ll find one or two of interest. SATURDAY APRIL 23RD, 2011
This week’s Clark County WA Neighborhood of the Week is Arnada. I thought it would be nice to highlight Arnada Park as a great outdoor place to go. Arnada Park is located just south of Fourth Plain on the far east side of Arnada. The
It should be no secret by now that I love my hometown of Vancouver, WA. I love everything about Clark County, WA (yes, I also love Clark Co, NV. Viva Las Vegas!). 😉 As I was nearing the “end” of 365 Things To Do In
The Mission: February 17th, 2010 through February 16th, 2011 write one blog post each and every day highlighting something to do in Vancouver, WA (& surrounding cities). Status: Task completed on schedule. Every single day one blog post was written. Almost every post included a
Day 365 of 365!!! Can you believe it? Today is Day 365! Yes, this is the 365th day in a row I’ve written a blog post about my hometown, Vancouver, WA. I’ve shared parks, trails, events, activities, restaurants, coffee houses, venues, wineries and countless other
Day 359 of 365… Did you know that Hazel Dell Community Park was the first community park built in Clark County? Yes, it’s true according to Vancouver-Clark Parks & Recreation website. This 20 acre park is very cool. It offers a little something for everyone.
Day 349 of 365… Previously I’ve shared about the walking trails throughout Columbia Tech Center but I’ve not shared the hidden treasure of the 12 acre park and amphitheater at Columbia Tech Center. Tucked between Columbia Ridge Elementary School and the Riverview Bank building you’ll
Day 345 of 365… Several times during the last 345 days I have shared many different parts of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Fort Vancouver, the Marshall House, The Grant House, etc. I thought, it’s time to share the Visitor Center. The Fort Vancouver