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Big Al's in Vancouver

16615 SE 18th St
Vancouver, WA 98683, US (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Wednesday
    Nov 9 2022
    Connect the Couve

    Vancouver has thousands of hugely talented people and companies that need to know each other and don't.

    This event is pulling together the most extensive networking and educational meetups in Clark County to help foster and pull our professional community together.

    North Bank Innovations focuses on helping Startups and fostering Innovation. Vantechy pulls together highly-skilled people in the digital/technical space. Passages to Success Helping local small business owners be BETTER business owners. GetHired Cascade Talks Is an amazing resource to educate and connect Job Seekers.

    This event is about meeting the businesses and skilled people in our community. It’s about having fun and about empowering our community. Clark County has seen exceptional growth over the last 5 years. In addition the pandemic has kept us isolated from the new people in our area and the old acquaintances we have known for years. Let’s fix that!

  • Thursday
    Jun 4 2009
    Bowl for Kid's Sake Geek Bowl

    Help Big Brothers Big Sisters get the ball rolling with their annual fun-raiser - the Regence 2009 Bowl for Kids' Sake. You and your team will celebrate your fundraising success at a free bowling party (food & prizes, too) on April 29th from 6-8 P.M. at Big Al's, 16615 SE 18th Ave, Vancouver. This year’s goal is to raise $310,000 to support matching even more kids in our community with a Big Brother or Big Sister.
    It's easy and fun. Start today; reserve your lane. Go to www.bbbsnorthwest.org, click on Bowl for Kids’ Sake and use our on-line fundraising tool to reach out to everyone you know. Teams are forming now! So use your spare time to do something that's right up your alley - Bowl for Kids' Sake. Find out more at www.bbbsnorthwest.org. This will be a great opportunity to raise money to support Portland kids and meet other supporters who work in the tech industry.

    Contact Jacob Fain, at [email protected] or 503.249.4859, for more information.