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Ridgefield Main Street Meets Today

Ridgefield Main Street Monthly Community Meeting is this morning, Thursday May 16, 8:30 a.m. at the Sportsman’s Roadhouse, 121 N Main. Breakfast and complimentary coffee is available. We have a full speaker contingent for this meeting, sharing lots of information, so don’t miss out.

City Manager Steve Stuart introduce Luisa Garbo, the City’s new Community Development Department Director. He said of Ms. Garbo, “We are really excited that Louisa is joining our team. She is widely recognized as a visionary at strategic planning and has a proven track record of success creating innovative ways to connect people with place. Additionally her Fine Arts background offers a unique opportunity to enhance our partnerships with Ridgefield organizations like Ridgefield Main Street and Ridgefield Arts Association who are working to beautify and revitalize our Arts Quarter and historic Destination Downtown.”

To our good fortune, also on the speaker’s agenda is Eric Anderson, Deputy Project Lead for the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge. Eric manages the day to day operations of the Refuge and is also currently overseeing visitor service programs.

Sorry this is so late – I typed it up Monday, but neglected to do the last step to post it.

Ridgefield Main Street Meeting on Thursday

Ridgefield Main Street Monthly Community Meeting is this Thursday, 8:30 a.m. at the Sportsman’s Roadhouse, 121 N Main. Breakfast and complimentary coffee is available. We have a full speaker contingent for this meeting, sharing lots of information, so don’t miss out.

City Manager Steve Stuart will introduce Luisa Garbo, the City’s new Community Development Department Director. He said of Ms. Garbo, “We are really excited that Louisa is joining our team. She is widely recognized as a visionary at strategic planning and has a proven track record of success creating innovative ways to connect people with place. Additionally her Fine Arts background offers a unique opportunity to enhance our partnerships with Ridgefield organizations like Ridgefield Main Street and Ridgefield Arts Association who are working to beautify and revitalize our Arts Quarter and historic Destination Downtown.”

To our good fortune, also on the speaker’s agenda is Eric Anderson, Deputy Project Lead for the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge. Eric manages the day to day operations of the Refuge and is also currently overseeing visitor service programs.

Fund Raiser for Multicultural Festival

The Ridgefield Community Group is having a rummage sale to raise money to help fund the Multicultural Festival this fall.

The sale is a 1717 North Falcon Drive on Saturday, May 25 starting at 9am.

If you have items to donate to the sale, email chrisrushdudley@yahoo.com.

A Tribute to Bernice Bartel

Hear the story of nursing students during World War II and the book Judy Litchfield wrote about her aunt Bernice (Lorang) Bartel, member of a longtime family of Ridgefield. It’s at the Old Liberty Theater , 115 North Main Avenue, on Thursday, May 16.

Meet the author at 5:30, presentation starts at 6:00. Suggested donation is $5. The program is presented by the Soroptimist of Southwest Washington.

Moms and Mimosas at the Art Space

This sounds like a fun event. Email info@the-ras.com to sign up.

Main Street Program

Join us Thursday morning, April 18, as we welcome SFC Greg Stube (RET) back to visit Ridgefield.   He is an American hero, patriot and servant. Stube was injured in Afghanistan when his 30 man “A-Team” held off 3,000 Taliban for 5 days. He is a motivational speaker and author.

The Main Street meetings are at the Sportsman’s from 8:30 to 9:30 am. Breakfast is available and complimentary coffee is served.

Also, we will announce an exciting grant program for downtown façade improvement, as well as have updates from the Design and Promotions committees.  Main Street Day planning is in the works as well as Spring Clean Up Day for downtown, next Monday, April 22!

SFC Greg Stube (RET)

Book Sale May 3 & 4

This gives some idea of the amount of used books we’ll have for sale at the Library’s Used Book Sale on May 3 and 4.

All books are $1.00 – come and stock up your book shelves and support the library at the same time.

Neighbors on Watch Meeting

Are you interested in community, safety, and want to be involved?

Ridgefield has a Neighbors on Watch group (NOW). Maybe you are interested in participating.

Want to know more? Come to our next meeting on April 18th at the Ridgefield Administrative & Civic Center. 6:30 pm. Meet other members of NOW and find out what it is all about.

-Chief Brooks

Easter Egg Hunt

Earth Day Rally for First Saturday

Lots going on tomorrow at Overlook Park, the theater and Ridgefield Art Space. There will be an Earth Day Scavenger Hunt, A Pop-Up Used Book Sale by Friends of the Library, earth-inspired kids crafts with the Ridgefield Art Association, recycled art, free seed packets from the Ridgefield Garden Club, face painting, snacks, music, and the return of the Ridgefield Farmers’ Market.

Learn about native plants and buy herbs at the Old Liberty Theater. and the Wine Garden, sponsored by Windy Hills Winery, opens at 11. 

Come on downtown – it’s all happening from 9am to 2 pm.

Meaningful Movies

This month’s Meaningful Movie is ‘Blood Road.’ It follow the journey of ultra-endurance mountain bike athlete Rebecca Rusch and her Vietnamese riding partner, Huyen Nguyen, as they pedal 1,200 miles along the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail through the dense jungles of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Their goal: to reach the crash site and final resting place of Rebecca’s father, a U.S. Air Force pilot shot down over Laos some 40 years earlier.

The movie will be shown at the Old Liberty Theater, 115 North Main Avenue in downtown Ridgefield., on Wednesday, March 27. Doors open at 6:30 with refreshments for sale, previews at 6:45 and film at 7:00. The film is free, but donations are welcomed. 

A moderated post-film community discussion will feature Chris Thobaben (Major USMCR), Bryan Laycoe (Naval Medical Officer, Pearl Harbor 1973-75, past Commander, Post 44 American Legion, Ridgefield) and Terry Wolf (Naval Aviator, A-4 Skyhawk, Vietnam, 1972-75)

 

 

 

 

Fine & Dandy Fabric Sale

I helped set up at the fabric sale yesterday, and was amazed at the variety of wonderful material that was for sale. If you’re in the market for flannel, there are several choices – mostly for younger children, but at least one bolt. Lots of colorful fabrics, and all priced to sell. There are even some small finished quilts as well as picture fabrics ready to quilt.

Come early to get the best choice – doors open at 10am.

The Ridgefield Quilt will be on display – a $5 ticket gives you a chance to win it.

Support Ridgefield Performing Arts

Pipers at Hookum

 

 

The Vancouver Firefighters Pipes & Drums will be at Hookum Brewing Company, 120 North 3rd Avenue, tonight, Saturday, for a performance at 7:00. They’re raising money to send band members to Colorado Springs, Colo, to play at an annual memorial for fallen fire fighters.

Help celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and lift a glass of bubbly for a good cause.

Lunch benefits FVRL

I’m organizing a carpool from Ridgefield, so if you’d like a ride, give me a call: 360-887-2160 or kathywinters179@gmail.com