@ REFLECTION PLAZA
Local families are invited to wear their Halloween costumes and receive a free pumpkin! The event is completely free and will also feature carnival games run by student volunteers, balloon animal makers, apples, popcorn, a selfie station and more.
@ PORT OF CAMAS-WASHOUGAL
The National Park Service is developing an interactive website of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail to help visitors better experience the activities, attractions, places and people along the Trail. This free program is asking local people along the length of the Trail to identify and map what’s unique about their communities.
@ Camas Police Department
The community is invited to attend a presentation on the significant local history of the Chinook Nation at the Camas-Washougal Historical Society (CWHS) Annual Meeting. Eric Bernando, a Native American with family ties to the Camas-Washougal area, will share interesting stories of the Chinook Nation’s rich history here. Bernando is an employee at the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde and teaches Chinook language. “We are pleased to host Eric and hope the community will enjoy learning about the deep history and important contributions of native people here,” said Jim Cobb, CWHS President.
@ REFLECTION PLAZA
**This event has been canceled due to weather** The SW WA Tamale Festival has been launched this year to promote the richness of the Latino culture, food, & community engagement in our region! Attendees will enjoy great tamales, alternative food options, shopping with local vendors, a tamale contest, & listen to entertainment! The SW WA Tamale Festival will take place on Saturday, October 21, 2017, at the Reflection Plaza in Downtown Washougal, WA!
Get out your Halloween costumes and be prepared to be scared out of your wits! If running doesn’t increase your heart rate, being chased by monsters, zombies and psycho freaks will! 5K and 10K!