A SPOOKTACULAR CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS!
October, 19 2022
History on Tap is Back! Raise a glass with Clark County Historical Museum and Kiggins Theatre as we explore the history of the Pacific Northwest. This year's return of Campfire Tales has local historians Pat Jollota, Brad Richardson, and Jeff Davis exploring the darker side of Clark County including never before heard accounts of things that go bump in the night as well as tales of vice and crime.
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And Now For This Week’s Top Picks…
Day of the Dead Celebration Vancouver Ballet Folklorico
Please join us at Esther Short Park for a Day of the Dead ancestral celebration to remember and honor those who have departed. Día de Muertos is truly a celebration of life, love and healing. Encounter beautiful luminarias, traditional Mexican dancing, music, guest artists, catrinas, activities for all and an ofrenda to the beloved deceased. This free, family-friendly event will take place rain or shine. Saturday, October 22nd 4 - 8pm Esther Short Park, Vancouver FREE
The Magenta Theater "Murder on the Orient Express"
The Magenta Theater presents Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express" October 14th - 30th. Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. The train is full, but by morning it is one passenger fewer. An American tycoon lies dead in his compartment, stabbed a dozen times, his door locked from the inside. The passengers must rely on detective Hercule Poirot to identify the murderer. October 14th - 30th The Magenta Theater 1108 Main Street $20 - $22
The Phantom of the Opera
Experience a horror film classic October 29th and 30th when the Vancouver Master Chorale sings the chorale score to the 1925 silent film, "Phantom of the Opera" at Battle Ground High School, accompanied by Laurie Chinn. With special guests Battle Ground & Prairie High School Choirs and featuring an instrumental ensemble, this is one performance you won't want to miss! October 29th - 30th 7:00pm $25
A Tribute to the Cello: In Memory of Suzanne Rague
This concert is presented in loving memory of VSO cellist and champion of the arts Suzanne Rague, featuring string ensembles Porchello and the Maestro’s Trio. October 23rd 3:00pm First Presbyterian Church