The community came together in downtown Camas Saturday night — to dress up in white attire, eat with friends and financially support a local mural project.
More than 150 people attended the event.
Inspired by the “Camas in White” theme, table centerpieces included white flowers and feathers on top of rolls of toilet paper.
Wearing a flapper-style dress and pearls, Annette Jackson, of Vancouver, attended the first-time event. As one of the artists whose work is on display at Ballard & Call Fine Art Gallery, she was invited to participate in the fundraiser.
Jackson has attended similar white-theme events in Seattle and Moscow, Idaho in the 1980s.
At the Camas event, her dinner included shrimp and crab salad, bread, lemonade and a yogurt sundae.
“Everybody is dressed up in the spirit of the event,” Jackson said as it was getting underway. “Everyone is incredibly friendly.”