Friends of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Friends Saturday, 4:00 pm to Fort Vancouver Heritage Garden, 1001 E. Meet the Fifth St. Volunteer Gardeners, Learn about Historical Plants and Buy Seeds. See Volunteers in Time Clothing, Buy a Real Hudson Bay Recipe Cookbook and enjoy a wine and beer garden. To learn more, visit friends fortvancouver.org.
Dandelion Café and Apothecary hosts a banquet in Vancouver on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. The street will be closed at 109 a.m. for free access to live music, six shooter bars, tea, witchcraft readings and a dog fashion show. Visit www.facebook.com/dandelionteahouseapothecary for details. Email email@example.com to register your dog for a fashion show.
Turn it on
The ReLit Upcycled Lighting Festival features lighting fixtures, fixtures, fixtures, and other household items that cannot be repaired by maintenance Clark County volunteers. The lights will be on through downtown Vancouver’s commercial windows until September 3 and then on Columbia Springs, 12208 SE Evergreen Highway, Vancouver, until September 10. Online bidding, which closes at 5:00 pm on September 10, will allow people to bid. Lights. Download a map for a self-guided lighting tour and find bid details at www.columbiasprings.org/relit.
Take a walk
Fort Vancouver National Historic Station invites visitors ages 10 and older to a free walking tour of the Vancouver neighborhood in the Vancouver neighborhood at the Hatway intersection at Hataway Junction. Road and Fort Vancouver Road. Tours usually last for 45 minutes on paved roads. You need to register by calling 360-816-6230. Learn more at Go.nps.gov/yxlws4.
Magenta Imrov is performing live on Saturday at 7:30 pm at the Magenta Theater, 1108 Main Street, Vancouver. Experienced teams play games and shows based on audience suggestions, each time. Doors open at 7 a.m. Tickets are $ 12 per person, available at 360-949-3098. For unvaccinated guests, a mask is required. Visit www.magentatheater.com for more information.