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Soundtrack for a Revolution

This month’s Meaningful Movie is Soundtrack for a Revolution, the story of the American civil rights movement through its powerful music – the freedom songs sang on picket lines, in mass meetings and in jail cells as people fought for justice and equality. It features new performances by top artists, archival footage and interviews with civil rights foot soldiers and leaders.

The movie is tonight, Wednesday, at Old Liberty Theater, 115 North Main Avenue. Lobby opens for refreshments for sale at 6:30, and the film is at 7 pm. It’s free, but donations are very welcome. The showing and discussion in celebration of Black History Month are sponsored in part by the NAACP Vancouver Branch 1139 and the generosity of Rheta and Howard Rubenstein. 

David Watson will speak after the film about his life as the “Doctor of Bebop“. He is an amazing man and draws his inspiration from the great Ella Fitzgerald. In lieu of our usual previews at 6:50 pm, we will be showing a short documentary about his life before the main movie.
As usual there will be a moderated community discussion after the movie.


Thought for the Week

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Teen Gamers Wanted


Ridgefield Library Offers Tween/Teen Dungeons & Dragons Program

This program takes place every Wednesday from 4:00 p.m.- 6:00 pm at the library. We play a variety of game systems from Dungeons & Dragons to Pathfinder to Call of Cthulu to GURPS. This is an established, enthusiastic, fun group. New players are welcome!

Plus, the Ridgefield Library has a collection of 3.5 edition Dungeons & Dragon rule books and Pathfinder rule books in the reference collection. You’re invited to grab some friends and run your own games!

The Ridgefield Community Library is at 210 N. Main Avenue.


My face is VERY red! The Fine and Dandy Fabric Sale benefitting the library is MARCH 23, not February 23 as annnounced. Same time – 10 am to 2 pm.


Also, Sunday is the Thank You Reception for the Board of the Community Center, honoring the people who donated the building to the Fort Vancouver Regional library so the Ridgefield Library could expand. It’s from 3 to 5 pm in the Community Room. Hope to see you there!

Reception is Sunday

Reminder – the reception honoring the Ridgefield Community Center Association (RCCA) Board for their recent donation of the building and land to the Fort Vancouver Regional Library is Sunday, February 24, from 3 to 5 pm in the small room at the Ridgefield Community Center.

All children who attend will receive a free book, compliments of the Friends of the Ridgefield Library.

Main Street Program

The Ridgefield Main Street program will be Thursday, February 21, 2019, 8:30 am to 9:30 am at the Sportsman’s Restaurant located at 121 N. Main Ave. in downtown Ridgefield.

 Chief John Brooks of the Ridgefield Police Department, and John Babcock, former Commissioner, Clark County Fire and Rescue, will speak about disaster preparedness.

There will be updates and announcements. Complimentary coffee and tea will be served and breakfast is available on request.

Come and bring a friend to learn more about the Main Street Program.


Thought for the Week

“These are the things I prize and hold of dearest worth:

light of the sapphire skies, peace of the silent hills,

shelter of the forests, comfort of the grass,

music of birds, murmur of little rills,

shadows of cloud that swiftly pass,

and, after showers, the smell of flowers

and of the good brown earth, –

and, best of all, along the way, friendship and mirth.”

Henry Van Dyke, God of the Open Air

Sign up for Lion’s Club Casino Night at ilani

The Lion’s Club Casino Night is Saturday, February 23, 7-10pm at the ilani Casino, in the Cowlitz Ballroom. Invite friends, neighbors, new members to the community. This will be a very fun night with small bites prepared by the ilani kitchen. Entry is $20 and includes 2 drink tickets, $200 in play money and eligibility to win prizes. 

Anyone that RSVP’s to or will receive an extra raffle ticket for one of many prizes such as Raptor tickets, Family Season tickets for all Spudder games, $50 cash to be spent in Downtown AND throw a pie in Mayor Don Stose’s face on the 4th of July!, and more. 

Call today to reserve your spot.

Musicians Needed

Good afternoon Ridgefield community, 

 The RHS Performing Arts Department is currently preparing for “Chicago”, our annual spring musical production.  Kaitlyn Etter (RHS Theater) and I are in search of instrumentalists in the Ridgefiled School District and Ridgefield community to volunteer their time and talent to serve as musicians for the pit orchestra.  

As is the precedent, we always offer the opportunity to RHS students first.  Currently, most spots are occupied by student-musicians.  Due to the large breadth and depth of the instrumentation required for the production, we are seeking adult volunteer musicians to play the following instruments:  

 – Soprano Saxophone 

– Alto Saxophone 

– Trombone (First and Second Parts – Two musicians required) 

– Banjo 

– Piano 

 If you are interested or know of someone who would be interested in volunteering for the show, please let us know at your earliest convenience.  

Thank you!

 Charlie Greggerson   / Kaitlyn Etter 

RHS Band Director   / RHS Theater Director  /

Tom McCarthy

I’m sad to report that Tom McCarthy died February 11. Owner of Volcano Garden Art and a well-known beekeeper, Tom was past Commander of Ridgefield American Legion Post 44 and member of the Clark County Bee Keepers Association. He is survived by his wife Sherry McCarthy, sister Roxanne Borean and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services for Tom will be held Sunday, February 17 at 2 pm at the Ridgefield Veterans Memorial in downtown Ridgefield next to the Fire Station, followed by a Celebration of Life and Potluck at the Community Room in the Ridgefield Library (formerly Ridgefield Community Center.)

Watercolor Classes Start February 26

Tired of the grey weather? Come and create beautiful watercolor paintings with a congenial group of artists. My next series of six classes starts Tuesday, February 26, and is geared toward beginner and intermediate artists. Even if you’ve never painted before, this class provides a very positive learning experience, and not only that it’s fun! Each class starts with a short lesson, and then you’ll paint the picture(s) of your choice. 

Class is held in my bright and cheery home studio in downtown Ridgefield.

You have the choice of a morning class, 9 to 11 am, or an afternoon class, 1 to 3 pm. Cost is $60 plus a material cost for first time students of $35. That pays for a palette loaded with paint and one brush, so you can paint at home if you want to. 

All other materials are provided.

Sign up now, 360-887-2160, or Registration closes Sunday, February 24 because I need to buy palettes on Monday.

Reception for Board of the Community Center

You are invited to a reception honoring the Ridgefield Community Center Association (RCCA) Board for their recent donation of the building and land to the Fort Vancouver Regional Library’s (FVRL) planned expansion of the Ridgefield library. The Recognition Reception is Sunday, February 24, from 3 to 5 pm in the small room at the Ridgefield Community Center.

The RCCA teamed up with the Ridgefield library in 1994 when the library wanted to expand from the Priscilla Club building to their current location. The FVRL District worked hand in hand with the RCCA to plan and apply for grants to facilitate that building project. After operating the Community Center (the heart of Ridgefield) for 25 years, the RCCA Board felt it was time to allow the library to grow once again, especially since Ridgefield’s population has grown remarkably, and there are now many venues available for groups of many sizes.

The Friends of Ridgefield Community Library feel that the RCCA Board deserves recognition for their efforts in creating community and library space. Without them, the heart of Ridgefield would not beat so strongly.

Please join us in celebrating a group that worked tirelessly to benefit our community.

Jeanne Androvich, President of the Friends of Ridgefield Community Library

Apartment for Rent

Apartment in downtown Ridgefield for rent for one person. Clean, fresh, unfurnished 600 square ft 2nd floor with high gabled ceiling, small loft for storage and laundry facilities.  Air conditioned and heated.  Small gardening area for personal use.  Available March 15, $1100/month including utilities.

Need security deposit of $500 plus first and last months’ rents.  One year lease.  No smoking or pets.  Call Carol Pinnell 503 313 9975.

Lions’ Casino Night at ilani

Join the Ridgefield Lions on Saturday, February 23rd from 7-10 pm for our Casino Night at ilani. Our private event will be held in the ballroom by Line & Lure and will be an evening of fun, friends, and prizes!  This is a “friend raiser” and membership drive. 

While you are here, find out a little more about the many ways the Ridgefield Lions help the community of Ridgefield and SW Washington and how you can be a part of the most active service organization in Ridgefield.

 $20 entry includes: appetizers, two drinks, “Lions bucks” for playing, ilani dealers, a private room and the chance to win great prizes!

All the prizes are Ridgefield inspired and are centered around the concept of “PLAY IN RIDGEFIELD”. 

 Please e-mail Jen Lindsay with any questions,