Things to do

Shop the Latest Styles in Canby

Four women-run boutiques in Canby offer style advice and contribute to the community. Tin & Paisley’s Angela hosts charity events and trucker hat parties, Sadie Rose’s Lindsey sponsors local artists and plans to offer personal styling appointments. The Barn Door Boutique offers back-to-school nights and classes, while Park & Lu provides personal shopping experiences.

Celebrate Bike Month With A Community Ride

Join us for the Annual Best Day Family Bike Ride in downtown Beaverton! We invite you to spend a day filled with biking, repairs, and family-friendly activities. Check out the new bike racks and learn about bike safety from the Beaverton Police Department. Don’t miss the celebration at the Beaverton Farmers Market with free cookies, lawn games, and raffle prizes. Register now at downtownbeaverton.org/event/annual-best-day-family-bike-bike-ride.

Daddy Daughter Dance 2024, Floats on Air

Join the Canby Rotary Club for an evening of fun and family bonding at the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance. Enjoy music, activities, and sweet treats. Strengthen your relationship with the special adults in your child’s life. Plus, support upcoming projects like the Reading Rotarians Literacy Program and College and Vocational Scholarships.

A Lifetime of Color and Creativity

Janet Hickok’s inspiring journey as an artist and educator showcases the incredible transformative power of art. Her unwavering passion for painting, dedication to education, and desire to share knowledge have left a lasting positive impact on her community.

Four Decades and Still Growing

Explore the best of gardening at the Pacific Northwest’s favorite garden event! Find a variety of plants, tools, and treasures, bid in the Silent Auction, and take advantage of free pH soil testing. Engage in children’s activities, check out informative exhibits, and sample delicious food. Admission starts at $7. Learn more at www.springgardenfair.org.

Linfield Theater: Molière in Mac

“The Imaginary Invalid” promises laughter Community: Linfield University TheatreBy Kelly Romo, Contributing Writer A dazzling comedy that harmonizes with the rebellious spirit of the late-1960s, “The Imaginary Invalid” is a

Grants Enrich Local Non-Profits

Camas-Washougal Community Chest and its partners announce $134k in grants. Services for children, families funded by Rotary volunteers. Includes emergency food assistance, safe temporary shelter, and water quality monitoring. Donations needed to meet goal. Learn how to contribute on the CWCC’s website.

Earth Day Work Day, Taking Care of the Planet

Join Earth Day Work Day in West Linn on April 20 and make a tangible difference in the environment. Help remove invasive species, enhance public spaces, and plant native trees and wildflowers to preserve the natural heritage of West Linn’s landscapes. Register now through SOLVE and find more info at the provided QR code.