There are three remaining performances of the 39th annual Singing Christmas Tree this weekend at the Ridgefield Church of the Nazarene. The event features 70 choir members sharing holiday songs on a 50 foot tree. Admission is free, but donations collected during the performances will go toward Compassion Ridgefield. Concerts are 6:30 p.m. tonight, Friday, […]
“Be concerned about the future. The rest of your life will be spent there.” ~ Charles Frances Kettering
A good crowd turned out ofr the swearing in ceremony of John Brooks as Police Chief of Ridgefield. His wife Alisha and children Sasha and Maria Ann pinned on his badge and other insignia of his office.
The rainy weather didn’t stop almost 40 golfers from playing in FORE! the Library Golf tournament yesterday. The rain slowed down late in the afternoon so no one looked really drenched when they were done playing. There were lots of prizes, and I think everyone had a good time. Our ladies team fielded some fairly […]
Some lucky person will take home this basket of cleaning supplies after First Saturday in Ridgefield, July 2. Come to the Friends of the Library booth at Overlook Park any time between 9am and 1:30pm to sign up. Tickets are $3.00 each, or three for $5.00. We’ll pick a name at 1:30 and contact you […]
Marianne Ewing from Goldman and Associates will be the guest speaker at the Ridgefield Business Association meeting on Wednesday, June 9 from noon to 1pm at The Sportsman Historic Restaurant & Saloon. Marianne will share a highly untapped labor market working with individuals with different disabilities and finding the perfect match for your company. Join […]
Celebrate Ridgefield History with a Pop-Up Museum Bring Your Own Objects! Be Your Own Curator! Build Your Own Museum! On July 2 the Clark County Historical Museum will host a temporary pop-up museum at Overlook Park during Ridgefield’s First Saturday. Visitors are invited to bring their own historical objects to display. With help from […]
This morning a team from the Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board met on Gee Creek to see the area the City has applied to for funding with the Clark County Clean Water Restoration Fund. The project was discussed with Bryan Kast, the Ridgefield Public Works Director. The review team from the recovery board will evaluate […]