March 1

Seussical Jr. presented by Journey Theater

Fort Vancouver High School, 5700 E 18th St.


$15 adults, $12 youth & seniors


Seussical Jr. explores the witty, wild and whimsical world of Dr. Seuss as you’ve never seen before. Travel back to your childhood to the Land of Whos and the Jungle of Nool and re-discover the delightfully zany characters created by one of the most beloved storytellers of all time! Seussical has been called “the best family musical to hit Broadway in a long, long time!” and Journey is bringing it to you!



March 6 – 8

Washington State Horse Expo

Clark County Event Center, 17402 NE Delfel Rd, Ridgefield

Fri: 12-9pm; Sat: 10am-9pm; Sun: 10am-5pm

$10/day; $24/3-day admission


The 10th Annual Washington State Horse Expo is almost here! This is one of the top equine events in the Northwest that attracts thousands of horse enthusiasts from all over the western United States. The Horse Expo features national experts, amazing first-class entertainment, including the popular Saturday Night Equine Extravaganza, premier vendors, plenty of shopping, and kid-friendly activities at the Kid’s Corral. It’s the horse enthusiast’s event of the year!



March 7

Arts Quarter Block Party

Ridgefield Administrative and Civic Center (RACC), 510 Pioneer St, Ridgefield

9am – 2pm

$25 for Color Run

Start the day off with The Ridge Color Run at Davis Park! The un-timed, 2-mile race begins at 10am. Wear white because you will be doused in different colored powders along the route. Stick around afterward for a Finish Festival at Davis Park. Proceeds from the run will support The Sunset Ridge/View Ridge Parent Association.

After the run, head to the Ridgefield Administrative & Civic Center (RACC) for an Art Celebration. There will be hands-on activities all ages, Farmers Market and First Saturday Vendors, a Scavenger Hunt around town, and a Community mural. Enjoy the Art Alive! showcase, part of Ridgefield Youth Arts Month, from 11:30 to 2, featuring talented local dancers, musicians, singers and actors from Musical Expressions, The Fusion Theater Collective, Dance Fusion NW and more.


March 12

Boys II Men

ilani, 1 Cowlitz Way, Ridgefield




Boyz II Men remains one of the most truly iconic R&B groups in music history. The group has won 4 Grammys, 9 American Music Awards, 9 Soul Train Awards, 3 Billboard  Awards, and a 2011 MOBO Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The trio holds the distinction of being the best-selling R&B group of all time, with an astounding 64 million albums sold.



March 14, 17

Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums Paddy’s Day Pub Tour

Facebook: @ Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums


Watch the Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums crew bring the St. Patrick’s Day spirit to various pubs around Vancouver. Check out their Facebook page for schedule!



March 17

Hough Paddy Parade

Uptown Village, Main St.



The parade is enjoyed by children both big and small. Come join the fun and celebrate the Hough neighborhood’s namesake, Paddy Hough, at this fun parade through Uptown Village.



March 22

Couve Clover Run

Downtown Vancouver, 800 Main St.


Adults: $50-$80; Juniors: $25-35; 12 & under: Free


Join the 6th Annual Couve Clover Run and celebrate in your festive green while running or walking 3, 7 or 10 miles along an extremely fast and scenic course to support local charities! Post-event party will be hosted by Main Event and other downtown Vancouver Pubs & Breweries.



March 28

March Spring Swing Dance

Pearson Air Museum, 101 E Reserve St.


$30/each, advance tickets on sale at


Get this popular event on your dance calendar now! Tickets usually sell out fast. The Friends of Fort Vancouver will be sponsoring this event at the historic Pearson Air Museum, and VanPort Jazz will once again provide live swing music. Come dressed for the Forties (Class A uniforms preferred, if military). Listen to the Big Band music, enjoy good company and dance, dance, dance!

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