Try: Science on Tap, Camas Vintage & Art Faire, Doggy Fashion Show
a night to remember
Kiggins Theater presents Science on Tap, “Making Memories: Using Neuroscience to Enhance Teaching and Learning,” tonight at 7 p.m. at 1011 Main Street, Vancouver. Neuroscientist Mark Pitzer, PhD, presents a humorous yet scientifically sound discussion of the brain’s learning networks, emotional connections, and how visual and motor pathways influence what we process. provide. Tickets are $15 to $45 he and available at kidginsheatre.com. A vaccine card is required and will be checked upon entry. A mask is recommended. This event is face-to-face only and will not be live streamed.
old and new
The annual Camas Vintage & Art Fair returns to downtown Camas on Saturdays from 9am to 3pm along 4th and Birch Streets near Camas Antiques. The event will feature 60 vendors, including artists selling paintings, fiber art, ceramics, upcycled works, photography, jewelry and metalwork, as well as merchants selling vintage, antique and repurposed items. increase. Vintage vendors stock a wide variety of indoor and outdoor décor, clothing, and furniture. For more information, visit downtowncamas.com/event/camas-vintage-art-faire.
Fly a radio-controlled plane with members of the Clark County Radio Control Society on Saturday at the Clark County Events Center, Fairgrounds, 17402 Delfel Road, Ridgefield NE, from 9am to 1pm. ‘Discover RC Flying’ is for all ages and allows families to learn more about this sport and club. The event includes demonstrations and hands-on experiences with flight simulators and radio-controlled flight instructors. Children under the age of 12 receive a free item. Enter our free raffle to win a starter kit. A complimentary lunch of hot dogs, chips, and a drink is provided.
The Clark County Genealogical Society will hold a 50th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Genealogical Society Library at 3205 NE 52nd Street in Vancouver. A ’70s-themed costume party, the event takes place outdoors, rain or shine. A lunch of hot dogs, side dishes, and cookies will be provided. Compete in costume contests, tour the library, and meet genealogy experts. Check out the Gallery of Grandmothers for photos submitted by people from all over Clark County. Grab a copy of the book “Celebrating 50 Years of History” or purchase the “My Roots Are Here” tote bag. For more information, call 360-750-5688.
The Tampopo Teahouse and Apothecary hosts a block party and dog fashion show on 7th Avenue between Washington and Maine on Saturdays from 4-8pm. Events include vendors, activities, and (of course) dogs. The main event is a doggy fashion show starting at 7:00 pm, and the theme is “Garden Tea Party.” Each dog trots around the runway to show off their costume. See his Facebook event link at fb.me/e/51Cv2s47s for more details. To sign up for the fashion show, visit forms.gle/drJVNRrNUwJx2PSC9. For more information, please visit the following URL: dandelionteahouse.com.