Nikki Klock became co-owner and editor of Vancouver Family Magazine in September 2006. She grew up mainly in the Northwest and graduated from Utah Valley University. She is an avid reader and insists that a book is (almost) always better than a movie. She has lived in Vancouver with her husband, JR, and two daughters since 2003. Check out Nikki's Editor’s Picks here.
As markets and bazaars are returning, artists welcome the opportunity to interact with shoppers in person. Plus, a brand new storefront is coming to the Vancouver Waterfront that will be a game changer for local makers.
Need to get outside and cool off? Find the best waterplay spots in Clark County.
Central Oregon is a place defined by opposites: high desert and national forest, river valleys and mountain peaks, summer heat and winter snow—all waiting to be explored at any time of year.
Ruby N. Lewis, of Vancouver, created the Microaggression Training Class to "help people with self-discovery, to learn how not to push those biases onto someone else, and what to do when they use microaggressions either intentionally or unintentionally.”