Christmas across the county: Ridgefield

The city of Ridgefield hosts their annual Hometown Celebration and tree lighting

RIDGEFIELD — It’s the most wonderful time of the year again in Clark County, and that means tree lightings, parades, hot cocoa, Santa visits, and Christmas light galore. 

Our third stop is Ridgefield and their annual Hometown Celebration and Holiday Tree Lighting. People from across the community turned out this year to watch performances and see the tree lit up bright.  

We hope you enjoy this virtual tour and from all of us at ClarkCountyToday.com, we wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! See you on the next one! 

Bryan Rhoads (center) and his wife Erica (left) pose for a photo at the annual Ridgefield Christmas tree lighting with their two children, Tenley (right) and Tristan (lower left). Photo by Bailey Granneman
Bryan Rhoads (center) and his wife Erica (left) pose for a photo at the annual Ridgefield Christmas tree lighting with their two children, Tenley (right) and Tristan (lower left). Photo by Bailey Granneman
People from across the community gathered for the annual Ridgefield Christmas tree lighting and performances from local dance classes. Photo by Jacob Granneman
People from across the community gathered for the annual Ridgefield Christmas tree lighting and performances from local dance classes. Photo by Jacob Granneman
Students from a local dance company perform holiday-themed choreography for an audience at the 2019 Hometown Celebration in Ridgefield. Photo by Bailey Granneman
Students from a local dance company perform holiday-themed choreography for an audience at the 2019 Hometown Celebration in Ridgefield. Photo by Bailey Granneman
Maura Martin helps serve hot chocolate and marshmallows at the Hometown Celebration and tree lighting in Ridgefield. Photo by Bailey Granneman
Maura Martin helps serve hot chocolate and marshmallows at the Hometown Celebration and tree lighting in Ridgefield. Photo by Bailey Granneman


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About The Author

Jacob Granneman is a filmmaker and writer from Clark County. He is a graduate of WSU Pullman’s Edward R. Murrow College where he studied journalism and media production. He has produced documentary stories all over the Pacific Northwest and abroad in Argentina. He has won a regional Emmy and Mark of Excellence award from the Society of Professional Journalists for his film work. His passions range from sharing the love of Jesus, to cinematography, to going on adventures in the most beautiful place on earth, i.e. his backyard. He lives with his wife and son in Vancouver, WA. Proverbs 16:3

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