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Main Street

Main Street Program’s monthly Community Meeting is Thursday, Nov. 21, 8:30-9:30 am at the Sportsman’s Public House. Our guest speaker is Lisa Gibert, CEO of the Clark College Foundation. She will give a presentation on the plans for Clark College Boschma Farms campus, so don’t miss it.

As always, complimentary coffee is served, and breakfast service is available.

Also, be sure you have Thursday, December 19th on your calendar – for our Annual Gratitude Breakfast (featuring scrumptious breakfast buffet compliments of RMS).

Meeting with the Architects

                                    Proposed exterior for the new library

Meet the Architects and see plans for the remodel and expansion of our new library – Tuesday, November 19, 6 t0 8 pm in the Community Room of the library.

They’ll have all the latest updates and you’ll be able to give feedback to them.

This will also be the last public viewing of the Ridgefield quilt, and a chance for you to buy tickets before the drawing for the winner at Hometown. All tickets benefit the library building fund – all materials were donated.

Buy your tickets now!




Set Aside What No Longer Serves You

Back by popular demand, and yet with a seasonal twist – Emily Boll, professional coach and speaker, teams up with Elizabeth Brush of Myrtle’s Teahouse and Home Décor to host more women’s empowerment workshops for the community.

“Set Aside What No Longer Serves You”

November 21 @ 12:00pm – 3:00pm

December 5 @ 12:00pm – 3:00pm

Fee*: $60 per person. If you are interested in attending, give Emily Boll a call at 808-255-7714 or email her today at Pre-registration is required.

Join us if you are ready to –

*Release old patterns, thoughts, and misbeliefs.

*Let go of things that are not helpful to you anymore.

*Empower yourself with joy and fulfillment.

This is an empowerment workshop for women who want to release old parts of themselves that are no longer serving her or those around her. Experience the holidays and transitioning into a new year with intention.

Veterans Day Service Today

Ridgefield’s War Memorial Honoring our Veterans

Ridgefield’s American Legion Post 44 will honor our veterans in a service this afternoon at the War  Memorial next to the Fire Station starting at 3:00. Lt. Jarrett Owens (ret) will speak and the Columbia River Chorus will perform.

Veterans Day (originally known as Armistice Day) is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, for honoring military veterans, that is, persons who have served in the United States Armed Forces (and were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable). It coincides with other holidays including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day which are celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I. Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect. At the urging of major U.S. veteran organizations, Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day in 1954.

Veterans’ Day Ceremony

Welcome New and Relocated Businesses

A good sized group of people showed up downtown this afternoon to welcome the new shops and changes to our cityscape. The Main Street Program had ribbon cuttings celebrating all the changes.

The owner of Fin and Feather has had an online presence for several years. and his customers asked him to open a retail store.

Even the Raptor mascot was there!

Coach’s Cuts is moving to the former location of Ridgefield Liquor, End of the Road restaurant is relocating to Battle Ground, Bain Boutique  is doing great business.

Around the corner, Merilee Lee, owner of the Main Street Studio building on Main Avenue, is upgrading the building with new signage,  freshened brick work and a cleaner look.

A surprise to me was the announcement that the space between the former Coach’s Cuts and End of the Road restaurant will now be a game center.

Check it out!

The Main Street Design Team

Celebrate Downtown

The Main Street Program invites you to celebrate downtown this afternoon, November 8, from 4 to 7 pm in the alley between the new location of Coach’s Cuts and Bain Boutique. Sip, munch, and meet our new business owners. There will be street music and the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Roundabout Red Label to be Chosen

Saturday, at 3:00 pm during the Chickadee bazaar in the Old Liberty Theater, Ridgefield Art Association will have the honor of having wine maker Gary Gouger choose one entry from the RAA membership entries for the new label of the soon-to-be-bottled Roundabout Red. The labels will be on display all day long so come down and see what the artists have created.

Ridgefield Roundabout Red is made from the grapes grown at the roundabouts and is a potential award-winning wine. We’d like for many folks to come down and see the entries and be there when he makes his choice.

Elevate Speaker Seris

First Saturday Roaring 20’s

Support the Friends of Ridgefield Library during First Saturday in November when Overlook Park will be transformed into a jazz-filled speakeasy housed under large canopies with heaters & chandeliers for a Roaring 20’s themed wine tasting and celebration! Come enjoy the bounty of the wine corridor surrounding Ridgefield and participate in a day of 1920’s themed fun.

Friends of the Library will be pouring, and there will be a wine wall, where you can take a chance on a choice bottle of wine for $20. This is a major fund-raiser for our new library, so come and support the Friends.

All Family Carnival!

The Nazarene Church is holding an All Family Carnival, Thursday, October 31, from 5 to 7 pm at the church, 747 Pioneer Street. It’s free and open to the public.

Dress up in your favorite costume and get ready to play! Whether it’s sunny or rainy there’s something for everyone.

Pizza is available for purchase, so plan to come for dinner. Invite your friends because everyone is welcome.

Meaningful Movie

This month’s Meaningful Movie is “Lovestruck”, a three-part series about domestic violence. It’s tonight, October 23, from 7 to 9 pm at the Old Liberty Theater in downtown Ridgefield, 115 North Main Avenue.

Come early, meet friends and enjoy a treat or drink from the bar before the show. Guest speakers will be from the YWCA and Karyn Kameroff of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

Share thoughts and questions during the moderated post-film community discussion. The evening is free, but donations are gladly accepted.

Main Street Program

Please join Ridgefield Main Street this Thursday, October 17, at 8:30 am for our monthly Community Meeting at the Sportsman’s Public House, 121 North Main Avenue.

Our guest speaker is Shawn Donaghy, CEO of C-TRAN. It’s been 2 years since we’ve had Mr. Donaghy as our guest speaker, so there’s lots of catch-up and new information to hear!

Complimentary coffee and tea are served, and breakfast is available. See you at The Sportsman’s, 121 N. Main Ave. at 8:30 on Thursday.

Coach Potato Challenge

It’s not too late to sign up and do the Couch Potato challenge.

Run/walk/hike/jog most of the miles of a marathon (25 mi) and run the final 1.2 miles at RHS stadium with the RHS cheer team on Oct 26. Support our efforts to fund raise for our summer camp. Donations also appreciated. Go to to register or donate.

Candidates’ Forum

Scott Hughes and David Kelly – running for Port Commissioner

It was standing room only at the Fire Station last night when candidates for Port Commissioner and City Council answered questions presented by Kenneth Stewart from a list generated by members of the community. It made my day to see how many people are concerned about our town and want to choose the best person for each job.

Candidates for City Council, l t r: Rob Aichele, Sandra Day, Matt Swindell, Rob Rowan, Dana Ziemer, Darren Wertz

The pairings are Aichele and Wertz, Day and Rowan, Swindell and Ziemer.

If you were unable to attend, the candidates will be at the Dollars Corner Fire Station, 21609 NE 72nd Avenue, Battle Ground, on Wednesday, October 16 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm in a program put on by Clark County League of Women Voters.