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Next City Council
4, 2013 @ 7 p.m.
CHRISTMAS IN KALAMA
DEC 6 - 8, 2013
COMING SOON - NEW
Welcome to the City of Kalama,
Washington. Kalama is located in Cowlitz County on the Columbia
River north of Vancouver, Washington and south of Kelso & Longview,
Kalama has many exciting activities going on: from spring
Chinook fishing to the antique classic car show. Kalama is a small
town with a lot to offer.
People from all over flock to
Kalama for its famous Chinook, steelhead, and sturgeon fishing.
When summer swings around people take to the waters of the
Columbia and Kalama rivers for a summer of water sports,
sailing, wind surfing, rafting and canoeing. We have an
excellent marina and boat launch.
When the summer tapers down,
the community participates in youth soccer, Kalama Middle/High
School sporting events and the festive Christmas celebration,
'Christmas in Kalama'. The High School has also been made famous
by the recent release of the "Twilight" movies. Kalama High
School's parking lot and other areas where used in the filming
of the movie. Interstate 5 runs directly through Kalama, giving
tourists the option of visiting the world's tallest totem pole
or taking on some unique antique shopping in one of the
Northwest's biggest antique districts.
The City of Kalama is on its way to even greater things, working
in conjunction with local businesses, school, and the Port of
Kalama to improve our small city.
Kalama still remains
"undiscovered" for many home builders and entrepreneurs. You can
sit on your deck overlooking the Columbia River and the hills of
Oregon, and watch the sun go down in a community where
opportunity lies. Kalama will always be known for being a "Small
Town with Big Horizons" and being the place "Where Highway, Rail
and Water Meet".