Labor Day weekend is almost here, the unofficial last hurrah of summer. With numerous Labor Day events and activities, the city has plenty to keep you busy through the long weekend. Here are a few fun things you can do in Vancouver, WA from lively festivals and events to new ways to explore the area!
The Ridgefield Multicultural Festival is the perfect opportunity to learn about and celebrate the diverse community. The event will include performances, crafts, activities, First Saturday and Farmers Market vendors, plus more! Head over to Bi-Zi Farms from September 2–11 for the second annual Sunflower Festival! With ticket purchase, everyone will receive a hayride, one cut sunflower, and entrance to the farm animal petting zoo. At the entrance, there will be the option to purchase extra sunflowers and adorable vases. Due to the limited number of sunflowers, tickets are limited, so be sure to buy your tickets early to guarantee your spot!
VDA’s First Friday is a monthly arts & entertainment event that takes place on the first Friday of each month with a little extra excitement this Labor Day Weekend. As part of September's event, enjoy CCHMuseum After Hours, Puzzle Swap at Kindred Homestead Supply, and more. Then Saturday and Sunday you’ll find the Vancouver Farmers Market, Southwest Washington's #1 visitor attraction and home to more than 100 vendors. Discover fresh and local produce, flowers, plants, baked goods, delicious food, pet treats, and accessories for yourself, your home, or your garden.
Must See Natural Areas
Let our mobile-friendly Parks & Trails Pass guide you to the best places in Clark County for an end-of-summer stroll. Explore places like Lewisville Park, Clark County's oldest park featuring towering Douglas firs, and clear waters of the East Fork of the Lewis River. Or the exciting mossy green forest of Moulton Falls Regional Park featuring the iconic Moulton Falls bridge. Check in at 15 of the 20 parks and trails listed on the pass by September 30 to be entered to win an outdoor prize package!
From the rolling hills of Ridgefield to the modern waterfront development, the SW Washington wine scene is yet to be discovered! Use the Clark County Wine Trail Pass and check in at eight participating wineries or tasting rooms by September 6, to be entered into a prize drawing for a $50 winery gift card, etched wine glass, and WA state cutting board (3 prize bundles awarded). Just checking out a few? Many participating locations are offering discounts for pass holders! Find a map of all Clark County wineries and tasting rooms, with places participating in the pass highlighted: map.proxi.co/r/vanwawine.
For more upcoming events head to our Vancouver, WA Events page.