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July 2004
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Third Week in July
Battle Ground Harvest Days
Harvest Days, in July, is a summer celebration centered at Fairgrounds Park.
Two parades, carnivals, a beer garden, a root beer garden, entertainment, dances, bingo, kid's games, talent show, ballroom fest, and food, food, food!

Call the Chamber Office: 360-687-1510

Every Wednesday through the summer
Cruz-in the Runway
Pearson Air Museum, Vancouver
Call 360-694-7026

July 1-4
Fort Vancouver Days Rodeo
Brush Prairie
Call 877-600-0800

Last Weekend of July
Kalama Blues Festival
Kalama, WA

Second Weekend of July
Kalama Community Fair
Kalama, WA

Date TBA
Mt. Tum Tum Native American Festival
Amboy

Every Wednesday in July
Noon Concert Series
Esther Short Park
Call 360-696-8478

July (Saturdays)
Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco
A weekly Saturday Market with vendors selling arts, crafts, housewares, plants, foods, hand-sewn items, beauty makeovers, weekly entertainment & more!
Contact: Desiree Rusch 360-642-2690

Every Saturday & Sunday in July
Vancouver Farmer's Market
Esther Street at Esther Short Park
Call 360-737-8298

July 3-5
Freedom From Clutter Garage Sale
Ilwaco

July 3-4
Old Fashioned Independence Day
Grand Parade on the 4th. Arts & Crafts, Food, Live Music, Pet Parade and fun for everyone in the family!
Ocean Park

Contact: Judy Beezley 360-665-5031 or Jenny Sheldon 360-665-3000
Vendors: Kathy Marshall 360-665-4529


July 3-4
Patriotic Weekend with Steam Logging
Pomeroy Living History Farm
Call 360-686-3537

July, 3
RUSH Concert
Clark County Amphitheater, Ridgefield

July, 4
Celebration at Rock Creek Park
Old fashioned 4th of July in the Park.
Ocean Park

Call Community Events & Recreation, 509-427-9478

July, 4
Independence Day Fireworks on the Beach
The main event is one of the best fireworks shows around, set off in front of the Long Beach boardwalk. Hours of spectacular pre and post-show fireworks can be seen up and down the length of our 28 miles of beach.
Long Beach

Contact: City of Long Beach 360-642-4421

July, 4
Pearson Air Museum Fly-In
Pearson Air Museum
Call 360-694-7026

July, 4
Red, Wine, & Blues & Art too
Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Blues & Jazz from local performers. Wine tasting from Gorge wineries.
Call 800-991-2338 or 509-427-8211

July, 4
Ridgefield 4th of July Celebration
Ridgefield, WA

July, 4
Ridgefield Fourth of July
Ridgefield
Call 360-887-0765

July, 4
Vancouver's 4th of July Spectacular
Officers Row Parade Grounds
Call 360-992-1800

July, 5
Fleetwood Mac Concert
Clark County Amphitheater, Ridgefield

July, 5
Independence Day Fireworks at the Port
Join locals at the Port of Ilwaco for even more fireworks at dusk.
Contact: Mack Funk 360-642-3143

July 8, 15, 22, 29
Six to Sunset Concert Series
Esther Short Park
Call 360-696-8478

July 9-11
Amboy Territorial Days
Amboy

July 9-10
SandSations (20th Annual)
From kids to masters, everyone can enter! Big prize money and loads of fun. Bring your camera!
Long Beach

Contact: Cindy Friend 360-642-8899 or Merry Scharfe 360-642-8034 or 800-737-1179

July, 9
Wine & Jazz Dinner
English Estate Winery, Vancouver
Call 360-772-5141

July 10-24
Fort Vancouver Kids Digs
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
Call 360-696-7659 ext. 13

July, 10
Miss Teen La Center
The entertainment is going to be "awesome"!
La Center, WA

For more information contact Linda Tracy of The Crowning Touch 1.306.263.4848
Ltcrowningtouch@aol.com


July 10-11
North Bonneville Heritage Days
Picnic, games, community-wide garage sale in North Bonneville Park, N. Bonneville.
Call Darlene Caird at 509-427-2280 or Amy Liddon at 509-427-5591.

July, 10
Woodland Sprint Boat Races
Come and see The Wild Side of Watersports!!! Gates open at 8:00am, with qualifying starting at 9:30am. Eliminations will begin at 12:30pm. Admissions - $15 for Adults, $10 for Seniors & Children (6-12 yrs), under 6 - free.
Remember - Bring your blankets, bring your lawn chairs, but please leave your pets and coolers at home.Thanks again and we'll see you at the races!!!
Woodland, WA


July 15-18
Harvest Days
City of Battle Ground
Call 360-687-1510

July 15-16
Swap Meet and Flea Market
Ridgefield
Call 360-693-1201

July 16-18
Gorge Outrigger Race
Outrigger Canoe racers compete for prizes.
Call Waterwalker at 509-427-2727

July 16-17
Hot July Nights - Music Festival
Esther Short Park, Vancouver

July 17-18
Rural Heritage Fair
Ridgefield
Call 360-693-1201

July 17-18
Soldier's Bivouac & Vintage Base Ball Game
Officers Row Parade Grounds
Call 360-696-7655

July, 18
Pearson Family Fun Day
Pearson Air Museum
Call 360-694-7026

July 21 & 28
Camas Summer Concert Series
Camas
Call 360-834-5307

July 22-25
Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival
19th annual Bluegrass Festival at Skamania County Fairgrounds in Stevenson. Concerts, workshops, contests.
Call Jim Nelson, 509-427-8146

July 23-24
Camas Days Street Fair
City of Camas
Call 360-834-2472

July 23, 24 & 25, 2004
Columbia River Garlic Festival
Fresh local garlic, garlic products and garlic braids
FOOD! FOOD! FOOD! Enjoy delicious "garlicky" entrees while relaxing on the Columbia River Beachfront. (Bring your breathmints)
Entertainment long into the evening
Beer garden and Wine tasting from local wineries
Huge open air market each day. Open until 6pm.
Over 80 local artisans and craft vendors
Exciting kids area featuring rides, obstacle courses, petting zoo, pony rides and hands on activities.
Festival Hours: Friday 11AM-Midnight - Saturday 10AM-Midnight - Sunday 10AM-6PM

Call for more information: (360) 909-2882
bjdobbe@aol.com


July 24-25
NPRA Rodeo (59th Annual)
Long Beach

July 24-25
NPRA Sanctioned Rodeo (59th Annual)
Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bull Riding Calf Roping, Breakaway Calf Roping, Barrel Racing, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Mutton Bustin', Water Race & Bag Race, Hangman's Race, Trailer Race, Rescue Race, Stick Horse Race
Saturday is family night. Cowboy Breakfast Sunday. Main events both days.

Contact: Becky Huddleston 360-642-3281

July, 24
Shingle Making and "Paint Out"
Cedar Creek Grist Mill, Woodland
Call 360-225-5832

July, 24
Train Ride & Moulton Falls BBQ
Battle Ground, Yacolt & Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, Yacolt
Call 360-686-3559

July, 24
Woodland Sprint Boat Races
Come and see The Wild Side of Watersports!!! Gates open at 8:00am, with qualifying starting at 9:30am. Eliminations will begin at 12:30pm. Admissions - $15 for Adults, $10 for Seniors & Children (6-12 yrs), under 6 - free.
Remember - Bring your blankets, bring your lawn chairs, but please leave your pets and coolers at home.Thanks again and we'll see you at the races!!!
Woodland, WA

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