Clark County Event Center


17402 NE Delfel Road



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Sunday, March 30, 2014 from 2-3pm
Embedded in the Vancouver Spring "Just Betweeen Friends" Children's & Maternity Consignment Sale Event at the Clark County Event Center in Ridgefield is a free family concert by Tim Noah. Sale hours Sunday are 9am-4pm, with many items half-price! Tim Noah ~ Many-times-over Emmy, Parent’s Choice & other award-winning children’s performer is coming to town! If you know of Tim’s work, be sure to tell your friends; we are SOOOO beside-ourselves-excited & beyond-beyond-grateful & honored that he is coming to perform for us again in Vancouver ! He has built unforgettable memories for families over the years sharing his talents, but oftentimes north of us (Pierce, King, Snohomish counties). This is one performance NOT TO MISS! Bring your kids, grandkids, cousins, friends! He is known for his creativity, originality, generosity, connecting with kids, talking about keeping their dreams alive, focusing on building self-esteem… he has done School Assemblies, hosting countless PTA & other community fundraisers, building cultural awareness & getting kids JUMPING-OUT-OF-THEIR SEATS over-the-top excited! Visit, but don't stop there! Browse around his website to see videos and hear some of his music! Be sure to listen to the Wow Wow Wibble Woggle Wazzie Woodle Woo! (he has agreed to bring a few Cd's & DVD's to the concert for purchase)
350 Pdx
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 from 1-8pm
At the hearing you can give oral testimony, submit written comments, or simply wear red to show your opposition to coal export in our region. If you can’t be there, comments can be submitted online. October 9, 1-4pm and 5-8pm -- Rally at 4pm, please wear RED! Meet-Ups (NOT buses) - From Portland: Leaving from east end of Holladay Park near Lloyd Center at 12 noon, 3 pm, and 5:30 pm. Look for "no coal export" signs. - From Hood River: Contact Peter Cornelison at - From Vancouver: 99th Street Transit Center in Hazel Dell at the bottom of each hour between 12:30 and 5:30 pm. - From Longview: Bus leaves from south end of Kelso Target parking lot at 3 pm and returns by 9 pm. "Scoping" is the public process by which state (or federal) agencies determine what will be covered in an environmental analysis. The Washington State scoping process is different from Oregon's limited DEQ permitting process. With scoping, the public's comments guide the study of a terminal proposal. This must include coal extraction in the Powder River Basin, shipment through our region and at sea, and atmospheric effects from coal-fired electrical plants in Asia. People everywhere, not just Washingtonians, are encouraged to comment and may do so as often as they wish during the 90-day comment period which ends Nov 18. Because thousands of people showed their concern about the other Washington coal proposal, the Gateway Pacific Project, near Bellingham, that project has been delayed for at least two years while the agencies study the extensive impacts described during the scoping process. With enough public involvement, we can get similar results for the Longview Terminal. 350 PDX urges you to attend the hearings and send in comments. Learn more: