Things to do in Cowlitz County

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Cowlitz Farmers Market

Tuesdays – 9 am to 2 pm
(May through October)Saturdays – 9 am to 2 pm
(April through October)
7th Avenue – Longview
(across from Cowlitz County Fairgrounds)

360.785.3883
Ashtown Brewing Company
1175 Hudson Street
Longview, WA 98632

Welcome to Longview’s own craft brewery located in a historic building within the heart of downtown Longview. All of their beer is brewed onsite just next to the tasting room. They cater to everyone from the malt lovers to the hop heads. The tasting room is open 6 days a week where you can sample all of our beers or have a pint of your favorite. They also have growlers for you to fill and take home to share our beer with your friends and family!
They are open Tuesday 3-9, Wednesday 12-9, Thursday/Friday/Saturday 12-11, Sun 1-8. They are family friendly until 8pm and now have Eaterations Food Cart on site Wed-Sat 12-7 serving burgers, sandwiches, wraps and amazing daily specials!

360.353.5286
Rose Center for the Arts
1600 Maple Street
Longview, WA 98632

The Rose Center for the Arts is the most elegant public building in Cowlitz County, with sweeping expanses of wood paneling and a mural by a nationally recognized painter in the lobby.
The state-of-the-art building defines the edge of the campus and provides not only classrooms and offices, but rehearsal, performance and exhibit spaces designed to showcase a variety of arts and cultural events.

Features include a glass enclosed lobby, 525-seat performance auditorum, 125-seat thrust theatre, art gallery, rehearsal rooms, costume shops, dressing rooms, classrooms, music practice rooms and offices.

Extensive use of timber, made possible by a donation from the Rose family, establishes a bond with the region’s history of lumber production. Fir and cherry wood paneling enhance the aesthetics, along with state-of-the-art variable acoustics, sound systems and lighting.

The Rose Center for the Arts at the Lower Columbia College opened in June of 2008 and offers a full program of events. In addition to the theatre, the facility includes an art gallery on two levels and an art walk around the campus

360.442.2510
Parker’s Restaurant and Microbrew
1300 Mt St Helens Way
Castle Rock, WA 98611

Offering a variety of Micro-brew options at Parker’s Restaurant in Castle Rock, WA.

360. 967.2333
Broadway Gallery
1418 Commerce Ave
Longview, WA 98632

For more than two decades, the Broadway Gallery has been a staple in the local art scene. A collaborative effort by 50 area artists,
the Broadway Gallery hosts ongoing classes and special events.

360.577.0544
Arts of the Mountain
Arts of the Mountain c/o The Silver Lake Grange
3104 Spirit Lake Hwy Silver Lake WA

You will find Fine Arts, Music at 3 venues along the Spirit Lake Highway (SR504)
In Castle Rock and Toutle June 23 & 24, 2018 from 9am to 5pm.
Venues include: The Silver Lake Grange, Toutle High School , and The Twosome Art Gallery.

360.431.9802
Cowlitz County Historical Museum
405 Allen St.
Kelso, WA 98626

The Museum collects, preserves, and interprets information and artifacts that tell the story of Cowlitz County.
They provide exhibits, research facilities, and educational and public programs that serve a wide range of local citizens, students, and tourists.

360.577.3119
The Patch
612 Whalen Road
Woodland, Washington 98674

A Family Pumpkin Patch with Activities, also offering Squash, Gourds and Corn of all kinds!
Open October 1st – October 31st
Prices according to variety and size with free parking and no admission fee….Family-Fun Activities include:
Hay Maze
Hay Rides (Weekend & Weather Permitting)
Pumpkin Bowling (Weekend & Weather Permitting)
Photo Op PropsWe sell over 40 varieties of Pumpkins (large and small), Squash and Gourds as well as Corn Stalks, Corn and Hay.

360.225.8594
Regal Cinemas 12 – RPX
341 Three Rivers Drive
Kelso, WA 98626
844.462.7342
Columbia Theatre
1231 Vandercook Way, Longview WA 98632

The historic Columbia Theatre opened as a vaudeville venue and movie house in 1925, declined during the mid-20th century and escaped what would have been a tragic ending in 1980 when excavation and demolition equipment heading toward the theater was diverted to help with the cleanup following the eruption of Mount St. Helens. Subsequently, a group of visionaries got together and saved the building. Today, the vibrant 1,000-seat theatre hosts nearly a dozen shows each year, ranging from musicals to comedy to children’s theatre.

360.575.8499
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