We’re excited to announce our first-ever virtual auction. This week-long event will run from July 19th – July 25th and proceeds will benefit Columbia River Fire & Rescue Volunteers Toy N Joy and Kiwanis Holiday Hope organizations for the 2020 holiday season. Additionally, opportunities to donate cash to the Columbia Pacific Food Bank and to…

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The St. Helens Arts and Cultural Commission is holding a summer youth art contest! This is a great way to spend time being creative while social distancing. There are three age categories for birth to 18 years old and an opportunity to win a cash prize in each category. Create an awesome piece of artwork…

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Explore local is a way to see many Columbia County Businesses in one place in a really cool app. Download it for Apple or Android and see the offerings in Columbia County from Services to Lodging, Restaurants and more!

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  July 2 The Horn Dawgs July 9 Funktown PDX July 16 Curtis Salgado July 23 The Stingrays July 30 Bon Bon Vivant Aug. 6 Gary Bennett & The The Coattail Riders Aug.13 Alligator Gentlemen Aug. 20 Kenny Polson Aug. 27 Patrick LambSept. 3 Sweet Water BandSept. 10 Gabriel CoxSept 17 All Jazz Night Sept…

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Stay tuned as we confirm dates within the parameters of our govenment. Thank you. Details for now are: At the wonderful world of LumiNight: a walking safari through scenes from our magical planet revealed by immersive life-sized, and larger-than-life lantern sculptures created by Chinese artisans. More than your average Chinese Lantern festival, LumiNight brings you…

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Want to camp on Sand Island Campground in Oregon or take a walk and sight see on the island? Well now you can.. Free shuttle 10 – 5 p.m. daily. Watercraft rentals and much more. Simply visit http://www.sandislandcampground.com and make your desires a reality.    

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Click on the Walking Tour Link from our URL and then you’ll be in for a treat. https://sites.google.com/colcomuseum.org/walking/home The map will guide you through a section of St. Helens that was accepted as a Historic District by the U.S. Department of the Interior in 1984. Much of the narrative describes the structures as they appeared…

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You’ll be able to visit our new museum of the strange and odd on 1st Street inside the Masonic Building by Woodland Cottage in St. Helens, OR.  Fun tongue and cheek characters and items will introduce community “characters” and tell some “tall tales” or perhaps just explain what you are seeing.

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Come join your fellow writers for a twice-a-month write-in at the St. Helens Public Library. Participate in silent word sprints, encourage each other, exchange ideas, and most importantly, do what writers do:  WRITE! Open to writers of all ages, background, and introvert levels. Auditorium, 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 6pm-8pm

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