On Saturday the 21st 2013, Camas Gallery, opened their doors for the first time, since their remodeling & rebranding, Camas Gallery’s re-opening was centered on an equally impressive and new development in the downtown camas area, classic historical murals.

A mural in most cases is a painting applied to a wall of a structure or the side of an object, rather than a actual canvas that would be later framed and hung, for display. The majority of the popular murals are found on the sides of buildings that typically resemble some part of the history of the town in which the building or structure is located. If the town were a Steel town, the murals would reflect steel workers, their jobs, families and dreams of a “Good Life”.

Location, location! This gorgeous home in the sought-after Lacamas Shores neighborhood, plentiful light and space, and a new deck with a phenomenal territorial and park view. 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and spacious rooms with large windows. Welcoming entry inlaid hardwood floor. Open-plan kitchen that overlooks sunken family room. Master suite with dual vanities and walk-in closet. Terraced yard with access to Lacamas extensive trail system!

Mayor Scott Higgins reads the Autism Acceptance Month Proclamation in Camas City Hall in Camas, Washington on Monday, April 17th, 2017.

Karen Krejcha, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Autism Empowerment accepts the proclamation and Imani Chapin, Camas resident shares about her autism acceptance and awareness initiative, Autism Rocks.

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