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Vancouver's independently minded, community focused movie theater.
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First open to the public in 1937, the Kiggins Theatre was originally one of the most luxurious movie theaters in the Pacific Northwest. Kiggins survived sudden closures, near disastrous fires, and unruly crowds to find its place on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. Today, patrons can…
Historic, interesting events and independent movies. Serves wine/beer. Best popcorn EVER - using clarified butter.
Renovated 1936 theater with art-deco touches & drinks lounge, showing curated old & new films.
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“Great Italian eatery. They have good handmade pasta and the charcuterie selection makes for a great afternoon sandwich.”
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“This park is great for jogging, picnics, and lounging on the beach. Located right on the Columbia River, you can see Sauvie Island, OR, right across the way, and maybe even see a fisherman or two catch a salmon or steelhead. There is a lot of wildlife here, from blue herons to snakes, rabbits, and even a coyote! People ride their horses out there, so that can be a delight, too. There is a 5 mile trail that connects Frenchman's to Vancouver Lake, so joggers always take advantage of that. There is a $3 parking fee, but the pass is good all day and can be used at the other county parks (Klineline Pond/Salmon Creek Park, Vancouver Lake, and Lewisville Park). ”
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“Park and playground in downtown Vancouver. Take a little break from wondering the streets of downtown. Starbucks is waiting. ”
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“Cool local spot for amazing ice cream. If you like chocolate try the bittersweet chocolate love affair 💙”
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“ort Vancouver was a 19th-century fur trading post that was the headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company's Columbia Department, located in the Pacific Northwest. Named for Captain George Vancouver, the fort was located on the northern bank of the Columbia River in present-day Vancouver, Washington. The fort was a major center of the regional fur trading. Every year trade goods and supplies from London arrived either via ships sailing to the Pacific Ocean or overland from Hudson Bay via the York Factory Express. Supplies and trade goods were exchanged with a plethora of Indigenous cultures for fur pelts. Furs from Fort Vancouver were often shipped to the Chinese port of Guangzhou where they were traded for Chinese manufactured goods for sale in the United Kingdom. At its pinnacle, Fort Vancouver watched over 34 outposts, 24 ports, six ships, and 600 employees. Today, a full-scale replica of the fort, with internal buildings, has been constructed and is open to the public as Fort Vancouver National Historic Site”
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