The buildings, people, flora and fauna of Camas’ historic downtown provided ample muses for the artists who took part in the 2021 Plein Air Art Event, hosted by the Camas Gallery, on Friday, Sept. 3.
The 12th annual Downtown Camas Vintage and Art Street Faire returns this weekend after a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michelle Fox is overcome with joy, gratitude and a bit of disbelief when she thinks about how the TreeSong Nature Awareness and Retreat Center’s two recent major projects were completed thanks to the hard work and financial assistance from a variety of community members, organizations and businesses who love nature and believe in her mission.
One morning earlier this summer, David Stuebe walked out onto his deck, cup of coffee in hand, and took in a view of Hathaway Park, which was strewn with trash and debris, a sight that dismayed and annoyed the Washougal city councilman.
Port of Camas-Washougal Executive Director David Ripp usually hops on a bicycle to exercise, de-stress and connect with the natural environment. Later this summer, he’ll add “riding for a good cause” to that list.
Downtown Camas’ latest community event, the monthly Third Thursday -- described as a more grown-up version of First Friday -- will feature new cocktails, pop-up shops, art displays, live music and extended shop hours throughout Camas’ historic downtown area starting after 5 p.m. Thursday, July 15.