Stories by Danielle Frost

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July 27, 2017
Coco the pig eagerly awaits a treat from Josh Smith, co-founder of the Odd Man Inn in rural Washougal, while Meatloaf looks on. The animals reside in a free range refuge on four acres of property.

A forever home

When Josh and Wendy Smith use the phrase, “Everyone needs a forever home,” it’s not something they say lightly.

July 20, 2017
Camas Parks and Recreation is gearing up to host its annual concert series, which kicks off tonight with The Norman Sylvester Band, a well-known Blues group. Sylvester has his roots in the Portland area, having lived there since 1957. He has played more than 4,000 gigs, including every Portland Blues Festival since it's inception in 1987, only missing three total.

Memorable summer nights

With the long, cold winter just a distant memory, outdoor concerts will soon return to Crown Park.

July 20, 2017
The Kids Parade kicks off the annual Camas Days festival. This year's parade theme is "Once Upon A Time." Both two-legged and four-legged participants are welcome to join in the fun. (Post-Record File Photo)

Bring on the fun

The streets of downtown Camas will come alive just after noon on Friday when the Kids Parade kicks off the popular Camas Days festival.

July 13, 2017
A visitor peruses artwork at the Second Story Gallery, which is now accepting applications for 2018 artists.  The gallery is located above the Camas Public Library. (Contributed photo/Courtesy of Second Story Gallery)

Artistic opportunities

The long, lazy days and warm nights of July are an ideal time to get out and visit art galleries. From the Second Story Gallery at the Camas Public Library, to the Attic Gallery, opportunities abound to view local artwork.