The article announces the return of summer activities in Clark County after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Festivals and events will take place every weekend from June to September, including car shows, Tacos in the Park, and the Wine and Jazz Festival. Some events, such as the Clark County Fair and the Independence Day fireworks display at Fort Vancouver, will be replaced or changed. The article provides details on several upcoming events, including Hockinson Fun Days, The Big Paddle, Parkersville Day, and Camtown Youth Festival and Art Show. The events feature activities such as paddling, guided hikes, food trucks, games, and live music, and admission is free.
As the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end, summer activities are back in full force in Clark County, and there are plenty of festivals and events to fill your weekends. From car shows to Tacos in the Park to the Wine and Jazz Festival, there’s something for everyone. Even though some major events have yet to finalize their plans, there are still plenty of things to do this summer.
One of the events that has already taken place is Hockinson Fun Days, which was held on June 3. The event included a pancake breakfast, a vendor marketplace, a parade, a country carnival, and a classic car cruise-in. Another event that took place on the same day was The Big Paddle, which included paddles, guided hikes, food trucks, hayrides, a farmers market, book sales, a craft beer garden, games, and live music.
If you missed those events, don’t worry – there are still plenty of festivals and events to look forward to this summer. For example, Parkersville Day will be held on June 10 at Parker’s Landing Historic Park in Washougal. The event will include an art contest, storytellers, local vendors and community groups, family-friendly games and prizes, tree tours, ice cream, raffles, and book sales. Admission is free, so it’s a great opportunity to enjoy a fun day with your family and friends.
Another event to look forward to is the Camtown Youth Festival and Art Show, which will be held on June 10 in Crown Park in Camas. The event will feature inflatable games, food, entertainment, arts and crafts, a petting zoo, a youth art show, games for kids ages 6 years and under, a kids’ flea market, and youth information vendors. It’s a great way to spend a day with your family and support local youth artists.
In addition to these events, there are many other festivals and events to look forward to this summer, from the Clark County Fair to the Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival. Some events may have changed due to the pandemic, such as the Historic Trust’s Independence Day fireworks display, which will be replaced by the community-picnic-style Summerfest. However, there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy summer activities in Clark County.
To keep up-to-date with the latest events and festivals, be sure to check social media and websites for your favorites. Inside the section of The Columbian, you’ll find a pull-out calendar of community events from June to September. It’s time to start planning your summer fun in Clark County, so grab your family and friends and get ready to enjoy all the festivals, events, and fun that this summer has to offer!