Aug 2-11

Clark County Fair

Clark County Fairgrounds: 17402 NE Delfel Rd, Ridgefield

Opening Friday: 8am-11pm; Fri: 10am-11pm; Sun-Thurs: 10am – 10pm

Adults: $11.25; Seniors: $9.25; Children 7-12: $8.25; Kids 6 & Under Free


The 2019 Clark County Fair is going to be the best ever! This year’s Fair is sure to provide you and your family endless entertainment and excitement. There will be amazing free grandstand entertainment and concerts for plenty of family fun.



Aug 3

Cold Brew Fest

Esther Short Park: 301 W 8th St.

9am – 3pm

$20-40, kids under 12 Free


America’s number one Cold Brew Fest is happening right here in Vancouver! Cold brew is created by steeping medium-to-coarse ground coffee in room temperature water for 12 hours or longer and then filtering out the grounds. Unlike regular coffee, cold brew is never exposed to heat and produces a smoother, less acidic coffee drink.


  • Sample some of the best cold brews in the country and vote for your favorite. Modern Times, Dillanos, Kafiex Roasters, Elevator, Riff, Trident, and Seven Virtues are some of the coffee roasters that will be available.
  • Learn about the process of coffee from farm to cup.
  • Take part in a coffee auction to benefit women coffee farmers.
  • Enjoy live music.
  • Food vendors on-site



Aug 3-4

The Lucky Triathlon Festival

Times and registration fees vary.

Horseshoe Lake Park: Park Rd, Woodland


Join us for the Inaugural Lucky Triathlon Festival in beautiful Woodland, featuring a Sprint, Olympic & My First Triathlon, Duathlon & AquaBike, a Sunset 5K & 10K and a FREE Kids Tri on a flat, fast and scenic course! 


Woodland, WA is the southern gateway to Mt. St. Helens where the Columbia and Lewis Rivers converge. You’ll be swimming in beautiful Horseshoe Lake, biking along country fields with views of the rivers and running along the river trail.



Aug 4

Sunday Sounds Concert

Columbia Tech Center: 1498 SE Tech Center Dr.




This is the 4th year of our popular Sunday concert series in east Vancouver. Bring your friends and family, a blanket or lawn chairs, and celebrate the summer! Enjoy food provided by a variety of local food vendors, or bring a picnic (BBQ’s and alcohol are not allowed).

My Happy Pill will perform a fun, eclectic mix of funk, pop, rock, soul, R&B and reggae.



Aug 5-10

Common Ground: The Vancouver Chautauqua

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site: 1501 E Evergreen Blvd.

Event times vary.



Explore six days of history, performances, lectures, workshops and literature. The Historic Trust, its partners and numerous community participants join together to present six days of discovery, networking, and opportunities to share ideas. This year’s activities are even more diverse; there is something for everyone.  The Vancouver Chautauqua is modeled after the iconic Chautauquas popular in the late 19th and early 20th Century America.  These Chautauquas brought speakers, teachers, musicians, entertainers and crafts people together for the entertainment and education of the community.  Theodore Roosevelt was quoted as saying that Chautauqua is “the most American thing in America.”



Aug 9

Vancouver Brewfest

Esther Short Park: 301 W 8th St.

Fri 4-9:30pm, Sat 12-9pm

$10-35 (21+)

The Vancouver Brewfest is a celebration of craft beer that raises funds for various charities. It’s celebrated twice a year – spring and summer. Sample over 100 beers, ciders and meads, eat delicious food, listen to great music, and support local businesses! This event is 21 & over only, mandated by City of Vancouver.



Aug 10

Victor-23 Brewing 5K Fun Run

Victor-23 Brewing: 2905 St John’s Blvd




Participants walk, jog, or run approximately 3.1 miles, then drink beer! Everyone is invited to enjoy the day’s entertainment: live music, great food, giveaways and activities. Everyone receives a craft brew and a collector’s pint glass or seasonal swag item. 10% of our proceeds help support our nonprofit partners, the Oregon Brewshed AllianceDollar For Portland, and Life Vest Inside.

Registration is limited, so sign up today!



Aug 16-17

Viva Vancouver!

Esther Short Park: 301 W 8th St.

Fri 4-10pm, Sat 1-10pm



The second annual Viva Vancouver Festival aims to bring the community together to celebrate the richness of Latin through culture, food, music and craft beers. Through the generosity of sponsors and people like you, we will add cultural diversity and unity to our community and support a local non-profit organization.


Aug 17

Sip & Stroll

1602 Main St.




Stroll the tree-lined streets of Uptown Village and Downtown Main, Broadway and Washington Streets. Follow your tasting map to sip specially chosen tastings of premium wine, craft beer, delicious cider and spirits. Participants will enjoy live music, shopping discounts and special menu items at the merchant and restaurant locations. This year boasts 33 exciting venue sites!


Participants receive wine/beer tasting map, a commemorative glass along with a wrist band to gain admission to tasting locations. All wines, beers, ciders and spirits tasted will be available for purchase back at the start location to enjoy at home!


Aug 24

Camas Vintage & Art Faire

Downtown Camas



The 11th Annual Downtown Camas Vintage & Art Street Faire will feature 60+ vintage and local art vendors all in the charming tree lined streets of Downtown Camas. Vintage offerings include a huge variety of indoor and outdoor furniture, home and garden items, clothing and accessories. Art offerings include quality paintings, woodworking, glass art, metal work, handmade jewelry, fiber art, repurposed art, and more. Live music and fresh, delicious food will also be available.  The friendly and inviting ambience of the town will complete the experience!

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