Arts & Entertainment

March 7, 2024
Jemtegaard Middle School seventh-grader Emily Lampmann sings at a Washougal residence, Friday, March 1, 2024.

Washougal seventh-grader to perform at Carnegie Hall

During her first visit to New York City in 2023, Emily Lampmann attended a concert at Citi Field, home of Major League Baseball’s New York Mets, and a play on Broadway. She’s planning to return to the Big Apple later this year, not as a spectator but rather as a performer — at one of the most prestigious venues in the world for classical and popular music.

February 15, 2024

Book fair to celebrate power of words March 1

A celebration of the written word returns to the Clark County Historical Museum next month. The museum will host a Local Authors Book Fair from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday,…

February 8, 2024
Washougal artists John and Anni Furniss hold a bowl they created together, with John doing the woodworking and Anni completing the painting, in their Washougal garage/studio, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2024. (Doug Flanagan/Post-Record)

Washougal’s ‘Blind Woodsman’ tells life story in new book

John Furniss has told the story about his life, which has included bouts of chronic illness and depression, drug addiction, financial despair, the loss of his sight following a failed suicide attempt at the age of 16, a loving marriage, and a fulfilling career as a renowned woodworker, to audiences many times, especially during the past few years.

February 8, 2024
Yvonne Gee sits on a bronze sculpture created by her partner, Daviid Van Zandt, in their Washougal home studio, Friday, Jan. 26, 2024. (Doug Flanagan/Post-Record)

Washougal art lover named to commission

Yvonne Gee is not an artist herself, but she has become one of the key figures in the art community since moving to Washougal in 2019, publicly supporting and promoting the work of her partner, their friends, and local organizations.