Camas Days

2020 Camas Days canceled due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns

Camas Days’ fate undecided, women’s club seeks Royal Court nominations

Washougal couple named king, queen

The Camas-Washougal area means different things to different people, but for the 2019 Camas Days Royal King and Queen, Chuck and Barbara Carpenter, it’s all about finding their perfect spot.

Popular Ducky Derby fundraiser ‘nice cap to Camas Days’

At high noon Sunday, July 23, thousands of rubber ducks will take the plunge off the Third Avenue Bridge into the Washougal River.

Aviators plan steak feed and open house

Area residents can dine with pilots and help future aviators at a steak dinner from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, July 22, at Grove Field Airport, 632 N.E. 267th Ave., Camas.

Camas United Methodist will host annual pancake breakfast

Camas Days’ grand parade day will kick off with a blueberry pancake breakfast, from 7:30 to 11 a.m., Saturday, July 22, at Camas United Methodist Church, 706 N.E. 14th Ave.

Eighteen years of toasting Camas Days

“A Toast of Camas,” has seen a lot of changes since its humble beginnings in 1999.

Bathtub races honor city’s silly side

The red bathtubs are hot and ready for this year’s Bathtub Races at Camas Days. The annual race begins at 1 p.m. Saturday, at Fourth Avenue and Franklin Street in downtown Camas.

Diverse Camas Days vendors offer something for everyone

Camas Days is set to please almost everyone with its diverse array of vendors at this year’s festival.

All Hail! Queen Nan crowned at Camas Days Royal Coronation

Nan Henriksen insists she’s never been a princess type of gal, but the crowd gathered at the July 12 Camas Days Royal Coronation event to see Henriksen crowned queen of the 2017 Camas Days celebration, clearly see Camas’ former mayor as royalty.