Author: Vancouver Family Magazine

Vancouver Family Magazine is a free monthly family magazine with a mission to strengthen a sense of community by providing Southwest Washington families with comprehensive and locally based resources and information regarding parenting, education, news, community events and personalities, recreation, and more. Go here to learn about our story and how we connect your family to the organizations, resources and ideas that help your family thrive.

Our November issue is out now! One family navigates the first 6 months of remote learning; personal grief turns to supporting others; meditation brings a new lease on life; the Messerschmidt family attempts to survive their first winter living aboard

Our October issue is out now! Local orgs collaborate to create a culture of health, one family sails away from the American dream, another family watches from another continent as their daughter fights COVID-19, and more!

Our September issue is out now! Local cancer patients find their matches, community members help babies (and new parents) in need, Hood River makes for a fantastic family getaway and more!

Our August issue is out now! Movements breaks help kids learn; New state high school graduation requirements; Creating a more sustainable SWWA and more!

Our July issue is out now! Discover 5 family-friendly hikes in Clark County, learn how local teens are gearing up for a rewarding future,and so much more!

June may be Pride Month, but queer youth need support and belonging all year round. Find local resources here.

Our June issue is out now! Meet the hidden helpers in the fight against the pandemic, join us in celebrating Clark County's class of 2020 and so much more!

They were born into a 9/11 world, and are entering adulthood in a pandemic. Join Vancouver Family Magazine in honoring Clark County’s class of 2020.

Our May issue is out now! Learn about state paid maternity leave, discussing death, preschool for all, how local families are learning at home and so much more!

Photos of local kids learning at home tells the story of a truly unique school year.