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Oregon Coast Calendar of Events: Live music, theater, outdoor events and festivals. Covering 180 miles of Oregon coast events: Astoria, Seaside, Cannon Beach, Manzanita, Nehalem, Wheeler, Rockaway, Garibaldi, Tillamook, Oceanside, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Wadport, Yachats & Florence.

 

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ONGOING EVENTS (Live music)

LIVE MUSIC AT SAN DUNE PUB, Manzanita. Call for schedule. Laneda Ave. (503) 368-5080. www.sandunepub.com

LIVE MUSIC AT NEWPORT PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, Newport. Various live shows, concerts and theater productions. Usually in a concert setting, this can be classical, jazz to reggae and rock festivals, along with musicals. 777 W. Olive Street. Newport, Oregon. Website here.

See here for Lincoln City bar live music listings.

See here for Tillamook County live music listings.

See here for Seaside live music listings (some Astoria and Cannon Beach as well)

Featured Events

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

October 18 – 27 LIVE CULTURE COAST: Ten days of unique events spread over the southern Oregon coast, including Bandon, Gold Beach, Reedsport, Lanlois, Brookings and more. Choose your adventures: food, cooking classes, hiking, art installations, more. Tickets now on sale. Southern Oregon Coast.


EVENT CALENDAR LISTINGS BY MONTH AND TOWN
FLORENCE

September 8. Be Natural Documentary Narrated By Jodie Foster. bout Alice Guy-Blanche the first female filmmaker. She completed her first film in 1896 Paris, she was not only the first female filmmaker, but one of the first directors ever to make a narrative film. 12:30 p.m. City Lights Cinema, 1920 Highway 101. Florence, Oregon. https://www.citylightscinemas.com.

September 13 - 14. Annual Community-Wide Garage Sale. Think of it as your own personal episode of the famous “American Pickers” TV show. Shoppers are you looking for bargains? Of course. And what fun to have an entire community sharing their goodies. Florence, Oregon. FlorenceChamber.com, 541-997-3128.

September 13 – 14. Rods ‘N Rhodies Car Show. Florence will be in top gear and revved-up for you during the 12th Annual Invitational Rods ‘N Rhodies Car Show. The main event takes place Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m on Bay Street in Old Town. Includes a classic Saturday night cruise, a poker walk and raffles with lots of prizes, best-in-show merchant awards and a People’s Choice award for cars, and themed music both days by DJ Russ Strohmeyer in Historic Old Town Florence. Friday hosts an all-comers “Kool Car Stand-Around” show-and-shine at the Port of Siuslaw parking lot at the east end of Bay St. with food and music. Florence, Oregon. FlorenceChamber.com, 541-997-3128.

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup, Florence area.. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

 

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YACHATS / WALDPORT EVENTS

Ongoing in Yachats:

Upscale yet casual dining, with massive windows to a raging surf. Tidal Raves specializes in seafood and more. Varied menu caters to different tastes and budget.





Every First Thursday of the Month – Yachats Big Band, at the Yachats Commons. Couples, families and singles are invited to dance to the Big Band Classics of Glen Miller, Count Basie, Duke Ellington and others. Alcohol- and smoke-free; light refreshments. 7 – 9 p.m. $5 donation for adults, kids free. Yachats Commons, at 441 N. Coast Hwy 101 (between 4th and 5th on Hwy 101) Yachats, Oregon. 541-265-2514.

Every Saturday, Sunday, Monday, 7 am to 9 am. Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center, S end of the Waldport Bridge. Waldport, Oregon. 541-563-2002.

Every Day. Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. Features nature films, roving interpreters and summertime naturalist led walks and talks. The walks depart from the Visitors Center for old-growth coastal rain forest or for marine gardens. Walk with a Ranger every Monday at noon. Center hours: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily, May – Sept. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., daily Mar, Apr, Oct. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fri-Tues, Nov – Feb. Just south of Yachats, Oregon. (541) 547-3289.

Every Saturday: Cape Perpetua Speaker Series. Visitors can enjoy a variety of speakers and topics every Saturday. 1 p.m. The events are free, but a Northwest Forest Pass, Oregon Coast Passport, federal recreation pass, or $5 day-use fee is required within the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area and at some trailheads and day use sites. For more in-formation on these events, contact the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center at 541-547-3289. Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. 2400 Hwy 101 S. Yachats, Oregon.

Every Third Sunday. Open Mic Night. Music, poetry, prose, performances. 7 p.m. Green Salmon Coffee House. 220 N Hwy. 101. Yachats, Oregon. http://www.thegreensalmon.com/

Every Day: Heceta Head Lightstation Tours. Free docent led tours at Heceta Head Lightstation (circa 1894). 11 am -3 pm. Heceta Head Lightstation is 14 miles south of Yachats on US 101. $5/vehicle/day use fee or valid OSP parking pass or Oregon Coast Passport. Yachats, Oregon. 866.547-3696. https://www.hecetalighthouse.com/.

Every Wednesday through August 28. Under the Sea, Wednesdays at Cape Perpetua. Tara DuBois, Communications Coordinator for the Cape Perpetua Collaborative, will be on hand to answer questions and share information and resources on the Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve, Oregon’s biggest marine reserve. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Marine Reserve Guided Hike – Captain Cook Trail: Take a stroll on the Captain Cook’s Trail with Tara DuBois, where she will explore with visitors how the Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve allows a vast web of interconnected species to thrive and survive. Oregon doesn’t stop at the beach, so let’s take a deeper dive into our local marine reserve. 3 p.m. These events are free, but a Northwest Forest Pass, Oregon Coast Passport, federal recreation pass, or $5 day-use fee is required within the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area and at some trailheads and day use sites. Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. 2400 Hwy 101 S. Yachats, Oregon. 541.547.3289. Website

Thursday – Monday in July and August. Beaver Creek Kayak Tours. Tours begin from Beaver Creek Welcome Center. Tour length is 4 hours total, with an estimated 2.5 hrs. of paddling. Participants may not use their own kayaks, paddles, or PFD’s. Located 1.2 miles east of Hwy 101. Beaver Creek Road is between milepost 148 and 149 on Hwy 101 directly across from Ona Beach State Park (about 15 miles north of Yachats). Click FMI and Reservations. 8 a.m. Website.

Every Saturday in July and August. Forest, Explore, Discover Talk at Cape Perpetua. Presentation in the theater at Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. These events are free, but a Northwest Forest Pass, Oregon Coast Passport, federal recreation pass, or $5 day-use fee is required within the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area and at some trailheads and day use sites. Noon. Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. 2400 Hwy 101 S. Yachats, Oregon. 541.547.3289. Website.

Every Sunday in July and August. Yachats Farmers Market. An ongoing source of fresh, locally grown and organic produce, local artisan foods products, and locally made natural crafts. 9 a.m. W. 4th Street off Hwy 101. Yachats, Oregon.

Every Thursday in July and August. Lunch with Dr. Jim Nechols at Cape Perpetua. Dr. Jim Nechols, retired professor of Entomology from Kansas State University, will present “Alien Invaders: Invasive Plants of Siuslaw National Forest” and “Self Defense 101 for Insects: Insect Defense Mechanisms.” These events are free, but a Northwest Forest Pass, Oregon Coast Passport, federal recreation pass, or $5 day-use fee is required within the Cape Perpetua Scenic Area and at some trailheads and day use sites. Noon. Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. 2400 Hwy 101 S. Yachats, Oregon. 541.547.3289.

Every Friday in July and August. Cape Cove Beach: Marine Debris Monitoring on the Oregon Coast. This project is great for anyone who would like to give 1-2 hours of their time, contribute to science and clean up beaches touching Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve and Protected Areas. 9 a.m. Cape Perpetua Visitor Center. 2400 Hwy 101 S. Yachats, Oregon. 541.547.3289. https://www.facebook.com/capeperpetuamarinereserve/

August 31. Yachats Ladies Club Labor Day Pie and Ice Cream Social. It starts at 11 a.m. and goes until it’s gone. Yachats Ladies Club pie socials are famous for their astounding variety of delicious pies. Each slice is a generous 6th of a pie; adding a scoop of ice cream is optional. A variety of beverages will also be sold. Yachats Ladies Clubhouse. 286 West 3rd Street. Yachats, Oregon. 541-547-3205.

August 24. Yachats Big Band Dance. Come out for this 17-piece band on the first Thursday of each month from 7 pm to 9 pm. Special summer dates. Adults $5.00; children under 12 free. Yachats Commons. 441 Hwy 101 N. Yachats, Oregon. 541-547-3626. http://www.yachatsbigband.com

September 6 – 8. Fall Blues Car Show & Shine. Registration check-in is Friday afternoon from 3-7 pm and Saturday from 8 am to Noon. After dinner Saturday there will be a dance with live music by the Purple Cats at 8 pm until. Times vary. Held at the Yachats Inn (lawn and Teahouse). Yachats, Oregon. http://www.fallbluessns.com/

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup, Yachats Area. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

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NEWPORT, DEPOE BAY EVENTS

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Luxury condo-style rooms overlook the ocean from a dramatic cliff top, resulting in constantly wowing views. Some have more than one bedroom, and some sleep as many as six. Sliding glass doors allow you to step outside and get a little closer. Each suite contains a separate bedroom, full kitchen,

Ongoing Exhibit: Shipwrecks on Oregon's Coast. An exhibit on shipwrecks along Oregon's coast with photographs and objects. Tuesday through Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Burrows House Museum. Newport, Oregon. 541-265-7509. www.oregoncoasthistory.org/

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. Giant Pacific Octopus. Explore the realm of the Giant Pacific Octopus and get a slimy handshake! The Octopus Encounter includes a behind-the-scenes tour and educational information about the care of this amazing invertebrate. Ages 8 and up. $35 members, $40 nonmembers. 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Oregon Coast Aquarium. 2820 S.E. Ferry Slip Road. Newport, Oregon. 541-867-3474. www.aquarium.org.

Every Saturday and Sunday. Behind the Scenes Tours at the Aquarium. See how to vacuum in the water, make food for a 500-pound sea lion and what it looks like above the Passages of the Deep. $10 members, $15 nonmembers. 1-1:30 p.m. Oregon Coast Aquarium. 2820 S.E. Ferry Slip Road. Newport, Oregon. 541-867-3474. www.aquarium.org.

Every Saturday and Sunday. Seal and Sea Lion Kisses. This is 20-30 minute experience including a behind-the-scenes look at our pinniped facility followed by a whiskery kiss from a sea lion or harbor seal and fun photo opportunities. Ages 8 and up. $35 members, $40 nonmembers. 2:15 – 3:00 p.m. Oregon Coast Aquarium. 2820 S.E. Ferry Slip Road. Newport, Oregon. 541-867-3474. www.aquarium.org.

Whale Watch Center, Depoe Bay. Join state officials at the Depoe Bay seawall for help in spotting whales. Hwy 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon. Website here

Every Saturday Newport Farmer's Market. Over 60 Vendors offer an array of seasonal produce, art, fresh flowers, nursery plants, jewelry, photography, hot food, fresh pastries, honey, salsas, coffee, crafts and live music . 9am-1pm. Newport City Hall, South Lawn, Hwy 101 & Angle Street, Newport, Oregon,  https://www.newportfarmersmarket.org/home.html

Upscale yet casual dining, with massive windows to a raging surf. Tidal Raves specializes in seafood and more. Varied menu caters to different tastes and budget.

A cuddly pet- and family-friendly beauty that boasts a host of complimentary fun stuff like beach games, beach chairs and bikes for carousing around town on, among other things. Immaculate rooms - great sense of fun and quirkiness. Free wi-fi. There are also free movies. Small pet fee.

Every Friday. Traditional high tea at the Grand Victorian. High tea includes a pot of tea, savories, scones, Devonshire cream and desserts. Noon-5:30 p.m. $15. 105 N.W. Coast St. Newport, Oregon. 541-265-4490 or 800-784-9936.

Every Last Sunday. Oregon Coast Jazz Jam. Your favorite Vintage Jazz - a friendly jam and accommodate singers and players. Book of standard charts available. 7 p.m. Free. Wing Wa Tiki Lounge. 330 Highway 101, Depoe Bay, Oregon. (541) 765-2288.

Every Thursday. Toledo Waterfront Market. Grab some food at one of food vendors and have a picnic on the beautiful grassy grounds, shop at the market for Arts and Crafts, fresh produce, fruit and food. Free sailboat rids. 10 am – 3 pm. Toledo Waterfront Park, 127 NW A Street. Toledo, Oregon. 541-336-3183.

Through August 25. She Loves Me Not. Porthole Players’ summer 2019 production. A young woman introduces her college boyfriend to her family - the day before she comes out as a lesbian. The musical comedy is written and directed by Newport’s own Milo Graamans. The script features warm and witty dialogue, approachable and honest characters. Times vary. Adults $22 + fees. Students/Seniors $20 + fees. Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

August 17 - 18. Toledo Wooden Boat Show. Wooden boats, meet exhibitors, and observe boat building in action. There’s the GP Containerboard Boat Contest where challengers compete to design the best and fastest water-worthy boat from cardboard. Live music on both days of the festival features local artists with Curtis Salgado headlining Saturday, after the containerboard boat races. 7 a.m. Port of Toledo. Toledo, Oregon. (541) 336-5207.

August 17. Rock Doc. KT Myers, author of "Agates of the Oregon Coast," talks about the most desirable stones - from agates to zeolites and everything in between - that are found along the Pacific Coast. 2 p.m. Newport Public Library. 35 Northwest Nye St. Newport. Oregon. (541) 265-2153.

August 17. Sleep in the Deep. You’ll have the place to yourself for a fun-filled evening and morning of ocean exploration and hands-on fun. Our professional and knowledgeable education staff will guide you through your entire experience. Meals and snacks: dinner and continental breakfast. Sleepovers are designed for participants ages 6 and up. $75 for members, $80 for non-members. 7 p.m. Oregon Coast Aquarium. 2820 Southeast Ferry Slip Rd. Newport, Oregon. (541) 867-3474.

August 17. Pirate Treasure Hunt. Although it is fun this is a charity event. All proceeds are donated to local charities. It takes you in and around the streets and attractions of Depoe Bay looking for treasures. Depoe Bay, Oregon. https://baysidechapeldepoebay.com/pirate-treasure-hunt/. (877) 485-8348.

August 20. US Air Force Band of the Golden West - Travis Brass. A brass quintet made up of two trumpets, a horn, a euphonium and a tuba. Travis brass performs any style of music appropriate to the audience and event. Free. 7 p.m. Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

August 30. The Audience. Academy Award-winner Helen Mirren (“The Queen”), plays Queen Elizabeth II in the Tony Award-winning production at 7 p.m. $17 Adults (plus fees). $14 Seniors (plus fees). $11 Students (plus fees). Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

August 31. Buccaneer Rampage 2019. A number of challenging obstacles spread out over 3-miles of muddy, steep terrain. Competitors will have to brave everything from mud crawls, puddle jumps, rope walls and more. Also, people dressed as pirates. Spectating is free. 11 a.m. Newport Municipal Airport. 135 Southeast 84th Street. Newport, Oregon.

September 21. 63rd Native American Style Salmon Bake. Before sunrise on the morning of the event a huge 80-foot fire line is ignited with six cords of fir and three cords of alder. Thousands of pounds of salmon fillets are positioned on the alder wood stakes over the fire line, imparting rich flavors to the salmon as they bake to perfection. 11 a.m. Depoe Bay City Park. Depoe Bay, Oregon. Depoebaychamber.org.

September 6. Evening with George Winston. He has attained international fame with the release of 15 solo piano albums, including the seminal recordings “Autumn,” “December,” “Summer,” and “Forest.” His latest release, “Restless Wind,“ was released in May. 7:30 p.m. $50 Preferred Seating (plus fees). $45 OCCA Member/PAC Donor Preferred (plus fees). $40 Reserved General Seating (plus fees). $35 OCCA Member/PAC Donor Reserved (plus fees). Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

September 7. Kinky Boots - The Musical. With songs by Grammy- and Tony- winning pop icon Cyndi Lauper, direction and choreography by Jerry Mitchell (Legally Blonde, Hairspray) and book by Broadway legend Harvey Fierstein (La Cage Aux Folles). 7 p.m. $17 Adults (plus fees). $14 Seniors (plus fees). $11 Students (plus fees). Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

September 10. Margaret Atwood: The Testaments. Margaret Atwood live on stage and live in HD, beamed from London. Highly anticipated sequel to her seminal work, The Handmaid’s Tale. 7 p.m. $17 Adults (plus fees). $14 Seniors (plus fees). $11Students (plus fees). Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

September 21 - September 22. Newport Symphony Orchestra Coastal Vistas and 1001 Nights. A visual photochoreographic concert with images of Oregon’s central coast taken by local residents, displayed during the performance of Our Town by Aaron Copland. The concert closes with the exotic and thrilling Scheherazade by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsokov. Cost: $42 Preferred Reserved (plus fees). $27 Standard Reserved (plus fees). $10Student / Child (includes fees). You can purchase tickets at the box office or online at https://coastarts.org.

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup, Newport Area. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

October 4 - 6. 16th annual Oregon Coast Jazz Party. Multiple sets from renowned jazz stars, nightcap performances, and educational events. Roxy Coss on soprano sax, tenor sax and flute, Dena DeRose on vocals and piano, guitarist Larry Koonse, drummer Lewis Nash, Houston Person on tenor sax, Terell Stafford on trumpet, Nicki Parrott on bass and vocals, pianist Randy Porter and vocalist Veronica Swift. Other highlights: drummer Matt Wilson, bassist Martin Wind, pianist Mike Wofford, Dave Captein on bass, and Gary Hobbs on drums. Newport Performing Arts Center. 777 W. Olive Street, Newport, Oregon. 541-265-2787. coastarts.org.

October 4 – 5. Newport Cider Festival. Celebrating the beauty and bounty of the Pacific Northwest, the Cider Festival is a great opportunity to welcome the arrival of fall on the Oregon coast. Enjoy the work of local artisans, live music, Oregon craft brews, Pacific Northwest hard ciders and wine, and food trucks. Plus it's family friendly: bring the kids for family fun and visit the Kidz Zone. Fri: 12 p.m. Sat: 11 a.m. Tickets available online now. $12 adults, $8 kids 3-12 (e-ticket). $16 adults, $10 kids 3-12 (day of). Newport Armory. 541 SW Coast Highway, Newport Oregon. Newportchamber.org. (541) 265-8801.

 

 

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EVENTS IN LINCOLN CITY

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Every Thursday-Sunday. Walking tour: A Walk Back in Time. Take a tour of Lincoln City’s historic Taft District via the North Lincoln County Historical Museum. 1:30 p.m. 4907 U.S. Hwy 101 Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-6614. www.northlincolncountyhistoricalmuseum.org.

Every Saturday. Book Sale at the Driftwood Public Library. Proceeds benefit library programs. Second floor, 10 a.m. 801 SW Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-557-9400.

Every Sunday. Farmers & Crafters Market at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 540 NE Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-921-0062.

Through August 31. Sex Please, We’re 60. Playing at Theatre West. A comedy. A successful bed and breakfast operated by a prim and proper owner has some comedic adventures. TheatreWest.com or call 541-994-5663. Highway 101. Lincoln City, Oregon.

August 6. Guided Paddle at the Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Explore these central Oregon coast saltwater marshes abundant with wildlife. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Other equipment is available to rent or borrow. 5:30 p.m. Just south of Lincoln City, Oregon. For reservations, call 541-867-4550 or email Lilamarie_Bowen@fws.gov.

August 7. Rhys Thomas Returns. Jugglemania- hilarity and dexterity! 6:30 p.m. Driftwood Library. Lincoln City, Oregon. DriftwoodLib.org. 541-996-1242.

August 8. Clamming Clinic. 11:30 a.m. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay Meet at the gravel pullout near the Bay House Restaurant. Lincoln City, Oregon. See ExploreLincolnCity.org.

August 9 to 11. Annual Nesika Illahee Pow-Wow. This event celebrates with native crafts, food, dancing competitions and other activities. Wander through a world of teepees and vendors selling beads, blankets, clothing and other crafts. Pauline Ricks Memorial Pow-Wow Grounds Government Hill in Siletz, Oregon. 541-444-8230 or visit CTSI.nsn.us.

August 9. Gin and Sin Tour. Visit Lincoln City locations for libations and scandalous stories. 8-10-ish PM. $75 per person. We’ll plan the stops, be the designated driver, curate the cocktails and settle the bill. You’ll visit three of our favorite watering holes, meet the proprietors, and hear about some of Lincoln City’s juiciest scandals – all while sampling a perfectly paired cocktail. Throughout Lincoln City, Oregon. SurflandAdventures.com.

August 10. Movies in the Park: Mary Poppins Returns. Bring your blankets. Free admission and popcorn. 9 p.m. Regatta Grounds Park. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-921-2768.

August 10. Bird Watching Clinic. Bird Watching Clinic. Enjoy the hike and a bird’s eye view of Lincoln City far below. 9 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. The Knoll Open Space. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit ExploreLincolnCity.com.

August 10. Lincoln City Sandcastle Contest at Siletz Bay, in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. Compete or just take it all in at this amateur. 541-996-1274 or visit ExploreLincolnCity.com.

August 10. Guided Paddle at the Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Explore the saltwater marshes abundant with wildlife. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Other equipment is available to rent or borrow. 10 a.m. Just south of Lincoln City, Oregon. For reservations, call 541-867-4550 or email Lilamarie_Bowen@fws.gov.

August 12. Mingle and Muse Speaker Series. Jane Degenhardt presents on Public Art with a Cause. 4:30 p.m. Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. Just north of Lincoln City, Oregon. ExploreLincolnCity.com.

August 12 and 15. Summer Morning Matinees: Spirited Away (2001). 11 a.m. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-8255 or visit CinemaLovers.com.

August 15. Haunted Taft: Full Moon Tour. Starting at the Sapphire Center. 8 PM – 9 PM. $10-$20. Ages 8+. Lincoln City, Oregon. HauntedTaft.com. ExploreLincolnCity.com.

August 16. Comedy on the Coast. Headliner Vince Morris is joined by Milt Abel with Chase Mayers hosting. Ages 21+. $15. 8 p.m. Chinook Winds Casino. 1777 NW 44th St. Lincoln City, Oregon. 888-624-6228.

August 17. Summer Morning Matinees: The Lost Boys (1987). 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. $3. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon.

August 17. Slow and Smoky Demo Class. They are breaking out the smoker for this class. They will teach you all the ins and outs of smoking meat. Menu: Cornbread Panzanella Salad, Smoked Beef Brisket, 2 different BBQ Rubs, Peach Bourbon BBQ Sauce, Sweet & Spicy BBQ Sauce. Instructor: Culinary Manager Donna Riani & Chef Steve Sprague. Cost: $45.00 per person. Culinary Center. 801 SW Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-557-1125. ExploreLincolnCity.com.

August 19. Summer Morning Matinees: The Lost Boys (1987). 11 a.m. $3. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon.

August 23 – September 14. Cruise the Coast. For two weekends, Lincoln City’s seven-mile long main street comes alive with car shows, music and a cruisin’ scene. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit CruisetheCoastLC.com.

August 23. Gin and Sin Tour. Visit Lincoln City locations for libations and scandalous stories. 8-10-ish PM. $75 per person. We’ll plan the stops, be the designated driver, curate the cocktails and settle the bill. You’ll visit three of our favorite watering holes, meet the proprietors, and hear about some of Lincoln City’s juiciest scandals – all while sampling a perfectly paired cocktail. Throughout Lincoln City, Oregon. SurflandAdventures.com.

August 23. Old School Cruise-In. Cruise in with your classic car, cycle or hot rod. 4 p.m. Lincoln City Cultural Center. Lincoln City, Oregon.

August 24. Summer Morning Matinees: The Secret of Nimh (1982). 11 a.m. $3. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-8255.

August 24. Haunted Taft Tour. Starting at the Sapphire Center.
8 p.m. $10-$20. Ages 8+. Lincoln City, Oregon. HauntedTaft.com. ExploreLincolnCity.com.

August 24. Surf City Classic Car Show. There will be live music, food, fun, and more. 9 a.m. Chinook Winds Casino. Lincoln City, Oregon.

August 25. Travis Brass Quintet Live. Evening of exciting music, as this brass ensemble honors our veterans, and tells the Air Force story. 6 p.m. Free. Lincoln City Cultural Center. 540 NE Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-9994. LincolnCity-CulturalCenter.org or 541-994-9994.

August 26. Summer Morning Matinees: The Secret of Nimh (1982). 11 a.m. $3. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-8255.

August 28. Crabbing Clinic. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Meet at The Pavilion on SW 51st Street. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274.

August 29. Summer Morning Matinees: The Secret of Nimh (1982). 11 a.m. $3. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-8255.

August 29. Moody Little Sister. A modern-folk musical duo $20. 7 p.m. Lincoln City Cultural Center. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-9994.

September 2. Summer Morning Matinees: Annie (1982).
11 a.m. $3. Bijou Theater. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-994-8255.

September 5. Clamming Clinic. 10 a.m. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay Meet at the gravel pullout near the Bay House Restaurant. Lincoln City, Oregon. See ExploreLincolnCity.com.

September 6. Daughtry live. Enjoy a night of bluesy alternative rock & roll. 8 p.m. $50 – $65. 16+. Chinook Winds Casino. Lincoln City, Oregon.

September 13. Haunted Taft: Friday the 13th Full Moon Tour.
Starting at the Sapphire Center. 7 p.m. $10-$20. Ages 8+. Lincoln City, Oregon. HauntedTaft.com.

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

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PACIFIC CITY, OCEANSIDE, TILLAMOOK, ROCKAWAY EVENTS

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All rooms are immaculate and have TV’s, VCR’s and in-room phones w/ data ports. Oceanfronts have queen bed, a double hide-a-bed, kitchen, cozy firelog fireplace and private deck. Both types sleep up to four people. Others are appointed for a two-person romantic getaway, yet still perfect for those on a budget. Elaborate oceanfront Jacuzzi suite has two bedrooms, kitchen, double hide-a-bed, fireplace and private deck, sleeping as many as six. For family reunions or large gatherings such as weddings, some rooms can connect to create two-room and three-room suites. Some rooms pet friendly

 

Third Sunday of Every Month. Artful Breakfast. Year-round fundraiser 3rd Sunday of every month Bay City Arts Center. Breakfast prepared and served by BCAC Board and artists. Hours: 8 a.m. - noon. 5th and A in Bay City, Oregon. 503-377-9620 or 842-7013. Website

Every Thursday. Line Dancing. Rockaway Beach Community Center. 2310 U.S. Hwy 101. Rockaway Beach, Oregon. ‎rockawaybeach.net.

Special Rides, various dates. Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Garibaldi, Oregon to Rockaway Beach, Oregon. 503-842-7972. Oregon Coast Senic Railroad.

Ongoing. Special Dinner Events at Pelican Pub & Brewery.   33180 Cape Kiwanda Drive. Pacific City, Oregon. 503-965-7007. www.pelicanbrewery.com.

Every Friday. Beginner Square Dance Lessons. Free. 7-8:30 p.m. Eagles Lodge. 209 Stillwell Ave. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-322-3819 or 503-812-4050.

Every Saturday. Bingo. Sponsored by the Lions Club. 6 p.m. Rockaway Beach Lions Club. 268 S. Anchor St. Rockaway Beach, Oregon. 503-355-2199.‎

Most Fridays. Garibaldi Jam. Mostly old-time favorites and Country-Western standards using their complete sound system, with the audience “cutting a rug” on the large dance floor while others sit and enjoy, toes a-tapping. No admission fee is charged, but donations are always welcome. 6 p.m. Garibaldi Community Hall, 6th St. and Acacia Ave. Garibaldi, Oregon. 503-801-0953. Website

Every Sunday. Pacific City Farmer's Market. Through the end of September. Celebrating and supporting local food producers and artisan craftspeople. Shop seasonal goodies and enjoy live music. Pacific City Library. 6200 Camp Street. Pacific City, Oregon.

Every Saturday and Sunday. Tillamook Farmers Market. Through September. Find more than 50 vendors selling everything from fresh produce, berries, hand-crafted gifts, jewelry, smoked nuts, hand-made cheeses, baked goods, furniture and so much more. Enjoy live music every day from 10 – 1 and fun games and activities for the kids. Oregon Trail cards accepted. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Outside at) Tillamook City Hall, 210 Laurel Ave. Tillamook, Oregon. www.tillamookfarmersmarket.com. 503-842-7525.

August 16. Trees of the Tillamook Forest Walk. Take an easy stroll, seeking some of the diverse tree species that comprise Coast Range forests. Learn the many benefits of these forest giants and some crafty ways to spot them in the woods. Path is ADA accessible and easily trekked with strollers or wheelchairs. 11:30 a.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 17. Steam-Fueled Forestry. High pitched whistles pierced the air, steam powered gears spun and steel cables flurried to and fro to fuel the logging industry at the turn of the 20th century. At the center of this perfected mechanical movement was the Steam Donkey, an ingenious invention that revolutionized the industry, eased the lives of early loggers, and paved a path to modernization. Join us as we journey back to the time of steam engines to discover the mechanics behind this powerful metal monster. 11:30 a.m. Free. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 17: Discover Hoqourton Slough. The Tillamook Estuaries Partnership and Tillamook County HIstorical Society are getting together to co-host this walking tour of Hoquarton Slough that will highlight the unique ecology, cultural history, and significance of this iconic waterway in Downtown Tillamook. This year, TEP is celebrating its 25th anniversary, entitled ‘Discover the Bounty of the Bays.’ You’ll also want to stop by the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum sometime before September 28 to view the full exhibit and art show. Tillamook, Oregon. Website.

August 17 – 18. Scat – the Doo-Doo Diaries. Are you feces fanatic? A turd nerd? Or do you just want to know what you stepped in? Join us for a down-and-dirty look at how scat influences life in the Tillamook State Forest, and you’ll soon be the number one expert on number two. Free. 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. 11:30 a.m. Sunday. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 18. Trees of the Tillamook Forest Walk. Trees of the Tillamook Forest Walk. Take an easy stroll, seeking some of the diverse tree species that comprise Coast Range forests. Learn the many benefits of these forest giants and some crafty ways to spot them in the woods. Path is ADA accessible and easily trekked with strollers or wheelchairs. 1:30 p.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 21: Hike Netarts to Cape Lookout. Soaring old-growth trees, distant waterfalls, and eye-popping views of ocean vistas typify this guided hike of one of the most diverse and beautiful spots along the Oregon coast. This exploration takes on a moderate five-mile roundtrip trek to the Cape Lookout headland, which extends more than a mile out into the ocean. Towering over 800 feet above sea level, the headland is an outstanding spot for whale watching, and you’ll encounter stunning views of the Sandlake watershed. It is one of the jewels of Tillamook County. Netarts, Oregon. Website.

August 23. Browsing for Beavers. They’re swimming, they’re gnawing, and they’re absolutely charming! The Tillamook State Forest’s beavers are always hard at work, as they have been for eons. Wander along the Wilson River with interpreters as we discover the role of beavers in Oregon history, see how they are uniquely equipped for life on land and in the water, and learn how to look for evidence of these busy rodents. 11:30 a.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 23. Killer Birds. Think birding is just a walk in the park? Think again. Join the Tillamook Forest Center to learn how some birds stab their prey with their bills, while others hover low to stalk and hunt. Learn some of the not-so-friendly features of birds and see how they have adapted their predator skills. 1:30 p.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 24 - 25. Clever Coyotes. Did you know that coyotes were once considered extremely rare in this neck of the woods? Join the Tillamook Forest Center to explore the untold story of these amazingly adaptable animals and discover how our actions can impact them in big ways. 11:30 a.m. on Sat; 1:30 p.m. on Sun. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 25. Browsing for Beavers. They’re swimming, they’re gnawing, and they’re absolutely charming. The Tillamook State Forest’s beavers are always hard at work, as they have been for eons. Wander along the Wilson River with interpreters as we discover the role of beavers in Oregon history, see how they are uniquely equipped for life on land and in the water, and learn how to look for evidence of these busy rodents. 1:30 p.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 29. Forest to Sea Winemakers Dinner. Featuring Stoller Family Estates. Seating is extremely limited, advanced reservations are required. $125 per person plus gratuity. Meridian Restaurant & Bar. 33000 Cape Kiwanda Drive. Pacific City, Oregon. 503-483-3000.Meridian Restaurant.

August 29: Hike Netarts. On this journey you’ll be guided by Oregon State Parks Rangers, the Friends of Netarts Bay and Joe Liebezeit, Staff Scientist and Avian Conservation Program Manager with Portland Audubon, for a three-mile guided walk at Cape Lookout State Park. This area is home to a variety of wildlife, where you’ll get to witness the dynamic and ever changing Netarts Spit. Search for shorebirds and learn about the challenges facing Oregon's snowy plover population. Netarts, Oregon. Website.

August 30 - September 1. Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes. Timber harvested from the Tillamook State Forest is used to construct homes for many Oregonians, but plenty of woodland residents live in dwellings made of other natural items. Using twigs, grasses, moss, rocks, and other things found in the forest, join our naturalists while we build unique fairy houses, gnome homes, or even toad huts for the creatures of the forest. By the end, we will create a Fairy House Village to be viewed by visitors during the day and used by enchanted inhabitants by night. 11:30 a.m. Sat; 1:30 p.m. Sun. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 30 - 31. Skullduggery. Pirates are not the only skull enthusiasts. Have you ever encountered an animal skull in the forest? Skulls give clues to an animal’s identity, what it prefers to eat, and how it lives. Come along with the interpretative staff to get an introduction to the diversity and adaptations of mammal skulls and the structure and function of different teeth, jaws, and sockets. 1:30 p.m. Sat; 11:30 a.m. Sun. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

August 31 – September 1. Water Wonders. Bring your sandals and shorts and get wet in the waters of the Tillamook State Forest! Naturalists will provide the equipment to lead you through the world of aquatic insects, to get an up-close look at their cool and crazy adaptations. Learn how their presence or absence is influenced by the quality of their habitat and how other animals depend on these bugs as well. 1:30 p.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

September 1. Water Wonders. Bring your sandals and shorts and get wet in the waters of the Tillamook State Forest. Naturalists will provide the equipment to lead you through the world of aquatic insects, to get an up-close look at their cool and crazy adaptations. Learn how their presence or absence is influenced by the quality of their habitat and how other animals depend on these bugs as well. 11:30 a.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

September 1. Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes. Timber harvested from the Tillamook State Forest is used to construct homes for many Oregonians, but plenty of woodland residents live in dwellings made of other natural items. Using twigs, grasses, moss, rocks, and other things found in the forest, join our naturalists while we build unique fairy houses, gnome homes, or even toad huts for the creatures of the forest. By the end, we will create a Fairy House Village to be viewed by visitors during the day and used by enchanted inhabitants by night. 1:30 p.m. Tillamook Forest Center. 45500 Wilson River Hwy. Tillamook, Oregon. 503-815-6800. www.tillamookforestcenter.org.

September 13. Port of Garibaldi Night Market. In the event tent. It will feature local vendors, live music, Great food and overall a fun family event. There will be door prizes and outdoor games (if weather allows) at no extra cost. Free. 5 p.m. Port of Garibaldi Event Tent. 107 Jerry Creasy Way. Garibaldi, Oregon. 503-322-3292. http://portofgaribaldi.org/night-market/.

September 13. 21st Annual Cape Kiwanda Longboard Classic. 175 participants competing in 15 minute heats for 2 consecutive days. Proceeds to benefit the construction of the Pacific City Skate Park. Pacific City, Oregon. 503-483-1025.

September 28. Tillamook Downtown District Artwalk. Each month a variety of merchants will host local artists in a dynamic and evolving art show. For more information or a listing of the venues and artists that will be participating each month. 1 p.m. Tillamook Oregon. www.artaccelerated.org.

September 28. Crave the Coast. A celebration of the region’s natural bounty and the talented folks who use these ingredients to create amazing things. Get to know over 40 local chefs, business owners, winemakers and growers through sips, samples and fun cooking demos. Learn how to whip up tasty dishes with local produce, fish and more. 11 am - 4 pm. Under the event tent in Garibaldi on Tillamook Bay. 301 Jerry Creasy Drive. Garibaldi, Oregon. Website.



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EVENTS IN WHEELER, NEHALEM, MANZANITA

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LIVE MUSIC AT SAN DUNE TAVERN, Manzanita. Call for schedule. Laneda Ave. (503) 368-5080.www.sandunepub.com

Special Rides, various dates. Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Wheeler, Oregon to Rockawau Beach, Oregon. 503-842-7972. Oregon Coast Senic Railroad.

Every Monday. Knitting Group. 1-4 p.m. North Coast Recreation District. 36155 Ninth St. Nehalem, Oregon.           

Every Monday. Evening Meditation. 5-5:45 p.m. Center for Contemplative Arts. Underhill Plaza. Manzanita Ave. at Division. Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-6227.

Every Tuesday. Great Discussions Group. 1-3 p.m. North Coast Recreation District. 36155 Ninth St. Nehalem, Oregon.           

Every Tuesday and Thursday. Clay Art Open Studio. Artists of all ages who are interested in working with clay are encouraged to visit. Tuesday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday 5-8 p.m. Hoffman Center. 594 Laneda Ave. Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-3846. hoffmanblog.org.

Every Wednesday. Movie Night. 6 p.m. Rising Star Café. 92 Rorvik St. Wheeler, Oregon.

Every Saturday. Manzanita Pace Setters. 7:30-8 a.m. Spa Manzanita. 144 Laneda Ave. Manzanita, Oregon.

Every Saturday. Storytime for Children. 11 a.m.-noon. Manzanita Library. 571 Laneda Ave. Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-6665.

Every Saturday. Reading Shakespeare. 10 a.m.-noon. North Coast Recreation District. 36155 Ninth St. Nehalem, Oregon.

Every Sunday. Life Drawing. This is an opportunity to practice drawing the human figure with a live model in a supportive and engaged atmosphere.  The studio fee is $15 for the three hours and any experience level can join in. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Hoffman House Studios Drawing Room. 594 Laneda Ave. Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-3846. hoffmanblog.org.

Every Sunday. Radio Controlled Helicopters. 1-3 p.m. North Coast Recreation District Gym. 36155 Ninth St. Nehalem, Oregon.

Every Friday. Manzanita Farmers Market. Through mid-September. Find local farmers, local seafood, and local artisans. Enjoy wine tasting from wineries, live music, delicious food, and more. Fruits and vegetables, cheese, meats, seafood, baked goods, jams, kimchi, honey, coffee, tea, wine, distilled liquors, massage, sharpening, and arts and crafts of all forms. All producers (farms, ranches, fisheries, chefs, brewers, nonprofits, service providers, and local artisans) are from within 100 miles of Manzanita. 5 p.m. Manzanita, Oregon. https://www.manzanitafarmersmarket.com

Every Tuesday. Workshop: Writing Lounge. Bring your project or start a new one using prompts that are always available. A bit of time at the end for sharing what you’ve written. 10:30 a.m. Donations of $5. Hoffman Center. Laneda Avenue. Manzanita, Oregon.

August 15. Writer’s Roundtable. A new writing program at NCRD (North County Recreation District). Bring your writings and read them for friendly criticism. At 6:30 - 8 p.m. North County Recreation District, 36155 9th Street, Nehalem, Oregon. 503-368-3901.

September 14. Live Music: Tim Connell Duo with Eric Skye. Hoffman Center for the Arts. 594 Laneda Avenue, Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-3846.

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

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Sunset Vacation Rentals, Manzanita. About 70 homes to choose from in north Oregon coast hotspots like Manzanita, Neah-Kah-Nie, Rockaway Beach, Nedonna Beach and the secretive Falcon Cove. These beauties sleep anywhere from two to 20 and many are pet friendly. Cozy bungalows to large homes with vaulted ceilings – beach funk to cutting edge. Huge array of amenities, such as vintage appliances, woodstove, DSL, wraparound deck, fireplace, soaker tub or wet bar and more – depending on home. 186 Laneda Ave., Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-7969. 800-883-7784. www.ssvr.com.

 

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60 vacation homes to choose from, all in Cannon Beach or Arch Cape. Massive, grandiose homes with historic character to brand new; even condos near beach. All oceanfront or very close. Sleep as many as 12. Highlights include garden areas, clawfoot tub, hot tubs, decks, a solarium and maybe even an electric organ. Some homes are in a condo complex w/ swimming pool. Some pet friendly.



Various Mornings (low tides). Haystack Rock Awareness Program. Weather and tide permitting, staffers can be found on the beach throughout the year and on most low-tide mornings. Bird stations and spotting scopes, display tanks with microscopes, brochures and naturalists/interpreters. On the beach, by Haystack Rock. Cannon Beach, Oregon. (503) 436-8060.

Seaside Downtown Art Walk, Every First Saturday. Follow the red balloons to entertainment and art shows at various downtown businesses. 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. 503-738-6391 www.seasidechamber.com

Every Day: Seaside Aquarium. Open every day of the week. Feed seals, see all manner of sea life. Seaside Aquarium. Seaside, Oregon. www.seasideaquarium.com 503-738-6211.

Every Wednesday. Seaside Farmer’s Market. Shop for weekly groceries or just to sample fresh, local foods at the weekly Seaside Farmer’s Market. 3 p.m. The market is held in the Broadway Middle School parking lot, conveniently located just off Highway 101. 1120 Broadway St. Seaside, Oregon. sunsetempire.com. (503) 738-3311. http://www.seasidemarket.org.

Every Friday Through September. Couples Massage Instruction Workshop.For this 90-minute Experience, one partner will serve as the massage "receiver"; one partner will be the massage "giver" and under the direction of the massage therapist instructor. In this introduction to massage workshop, you will learn ways to communicate with your loved one, the general principles of massage, and multiple massage techniques using different parts of your body to avoid fatigue -- the number one complaint when giving a massage. 2 p.m. $87 per person. Sea Spell Massage. 115 W Nelchena St, Cannon Beach, Oregon. (541) 819-0579.

Through August 31. Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None. Ten strangers, apparently with little in common, are summoned to a remote island off the coast of Devon by the mysterious U.N. Owen. 7:30 p.m. $20 or $25. Tickets can be purchased by calling 503-436-1242, at the theatre box office or online at https://coastertheatre.com/. Coaster Theatre. Cannon Beach, Oregon.

Through September 1. Nunsense. When the Little Sisters of Hoboken discover that their cook, Sister Julia, Child of God, has accidentally poisoned 52 of the sisters having succumbed to botulism after eating vichyssoise they are in dire need of funds for the burials. The sisters decide that the best way to raise the money is to put on a variety show. 7:30 p.m. $20 or $25. Tickets can be purchased by calling 503-436-1242, at the theatre box office or online at https://coastertheatre.com/. Coaster Theatre. Cannon Beach, Oregon.

August 22. Learn to Surf Camp. This one-day Learn to Surf Camp, held by the Sunset Empire Parks & Recreation District, is designed for beginners who are confident in swimming abilities and not afraid of the cold Oregon waters. Surfing takes place on the gentle breakers of Short Sands Beach located at Oswald West State Park. Soft top surfboards are provided along with transportation, helmet, and lunch. 9 a.m. Bring your wetsuit, swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen. Led by Mike Kadi and assisted by Water Safety Instructor, Justin Smith. Cost to participate is $65 per person, or $50 for resident. Limit of 10 students per session, call Sunset Empire Park & Recreation at (503) 738-3311 to register. Or register online at Sunsetempire.com.

August 24. Hood to Coast Relay Finish Line. The Hood to Coast Relay is almost 200 miles long, stretching from Mt. Hood to the Oregon coast. The 1,050 teams of 12 runners, 3600 volunteers, and all the teams’ supporters come to the Hood to Coast Relay Finish Line at the beach in Seaside to celebrate the big finish with food, a beer garden, music, awards and more. Seaside, Oregon. 503-292-4626. https://hoodtocoastrelay.com/htc/relay-info/.

August 29. Learn to Surf Camp. This one-day Learn to Surf Camp, held by the Sunset Empire Parks & Recreation District, is designed for beginners who are confident in swimming abilities and not afraid of the cold Oregon waters. Surfing takes place on the gentle breakers of Short Sands Beach located at Oswald West State Park. Soft top surfboards are provided along with transportation, helmet, and lunch. 9 a.m. Bring your wetsuit, swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen. Led by Mike Kadi and assisted by Water Safety Instructor, Justin Smith. Cost to participate is $65 per person, or $50 for resident. Limit of 10 students per session, call Sunset Empire Park & Recreation at (503) 738-3311 to register. Or register online at Sunsetempire.com. Website here.

September 6 – 8. Wheels and Waves Car Show. Spectators can expect unique builder and street cars from 1979 and older. Throughout Seaside, Oregon. https://seasidecarshows.com/ Website here.

September 7 – 8. The Lewis and Clark Salt Makers Return. A reenactment of the Corps of Discovery’s stay in Seaside for two months. Historical interpreters will create and share the experience of their salt-making operation. At the end of Avenue U. Seaside, Oregon. For more information, call the Seaside Museum at (503) 738-7065. Website here.

September 13. Dmitri Matheny Duo Concert. A little jazz noir. Acclaimed for his warm tone, soaring lyricism and masterful technique, American flugelhornist Dmitri Matheny has been lauded as “one of the most emotionally expressive improvisers of his generation.” Tickets are just $20 and include a smorgasbord of refreshments. 6 p.m. $20. Cannon Beach History Center & Museum. 1387 S. Spruce St. Cannon Beach, Oregon. https://cbhistory.org/. (503) 436-9301.

September 14. The Cannon Beach Cottage Tour – Tour of Homes. You’ll want some comfy walking shoes for this self-guided, self-paced tour of homes featuring about ten vintage cottages and beach dream homes. Wine and tea events. 12 p.m. $40 per person. Discounts for active CBHCM members are available. Cannon Beach History Center & Museum. 1387 S. Spruce St. Cannon Beach, Oregon. https://cbhistory.org/. (503) 436-9301.

September 15. English Style Garden Tea. Locally harvested and blended teas in real China with tiny delectables. Engaging speakers. It’s really a great way to close out a weekend of go-go activities. Tolovana Hall. Tickets for this event are $25. 11 a.m. 3779 S Hemlock St. Cannon Beach, Oregon.

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

October 25 – 27. Halloween Happenin’s in Seaside. Numerous events. On Friday: Monster Mash Dance Bash, Bob Chisholm Center, 6 p.m. Saturday: 11 a.m. Free family activities. 3:30 p.m. Haunted Surrey Parade. 4 p.m. Pet Parade & Costume Contest. 5 p.m. Trunk ‘OR Treat. Sunday: TBA. Seaside, Oregon. Website here.

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Every Saturday. Wine tasting. 1-4 p.m. The Cellar on 10th. 1004 Marine Dr. Astoria, Oregon. 503-325-6600. www.thecellaron10th.com.

Every Sunday. Astoria Sunday Market. Visitors to 12th Street in Historic Downtown Astoria for the Astoria Sunday Market will discover visual and gastronomical delights. With nearly 200 craft, artist and food vendors plus live music, there is something for everyone to enjoy and much more. 10 a.m. (503) 325-1010. www.astoriasundaymarket.com/.

Every Tuesday. Blues-n-Burgers. 2 for $22. 4 p.m. T. Paul's Supper Club. 360 12th Street, Astoria, Oregon.

Every Thursday. Fisherman and Farmers Market. Enjoy local food and crafts at the City of Warrenton Marina Fisherman and Farmers Market next to the Marina Offices. 3 p.m. 550 NE Harbor Pl, Warrenton, Oregon.

Through September 14. `The 35th Season of Shanghaied in Astoria. Original, historical, hysterical, musical melodrama is a family-friendly show, and gives you the chance to interact with the characters. Boo, hiss, cheer, jeer and throw popcorn, available at their Miss Virginia Sweet soda fountain. Beer from Hondo’s Brew and Cork for the over 21 crowd, as well as cider and wine. See times and costs at http://asocplay.com. ASOC Playhouse 129 W. Bond Street. Astoria, Oregon. (503) 325-6104.

August 24. Sean Koreski - Master of the Pan Flute in concert. 7:30 pm - $15/ages 5-17 $10. CCC Performing Arts Center (PAC) 588 Franklin Ave, Astoria, Oregon. http://www.supportthepac.org. 503-971-207-6997.

September 2. The North Coast Big Band - Annual Labor Day Concert in the Park, Clatskanie. Free. 2 p.m. Clatskanie City Park Hwy 30 Clatskanie, Oregon.

September 13 to 28 - Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. Henceforward, a black comic sci-fi play set in the not-so-far-off future by Alan Ayckbourn. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. $15, general seating, ADA accessible. 1015 Commercial Street. Astoria, Oregon. Tickets, available at the Liberty Theatre’s web site libertyastoria.org.

September 21. Great Oregon Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup. Help scour the beaches of stuff and junk. 10 a.m. Dozens of coastal cleanup projects are picking up marine debris and litter before it ends up back in the ocean. All events are free, open to the public and family friendly. 10 a.m. Every main beach access along the Oregon coast. https://www.solveoregon.org.

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Three Capes Loop, Oceanside, Netarts, Pacific City, Cape Lookout, Cape Meares
Three Capes Loop: Oceanside, Pacific City

The hidden secret of the coast: Cape Meares, a lighthouse, Oceanside, Netarts and Pacific City
Lincoln City, Cascade Head, Neskowin, Inland Highway 101
Lincoln City
& the Corridor of Mystery
Miles & miles of unbroken beaches, Cascade Head, Neskowin and manmade attractions
Depoe Bay on the Oregon Coast
Depoe Bay

A spouting horn downtown, freaky hidden cliffs and whales, whales, whales
Newport, Nye Beach on the Oregon Coast
Newport

Time-tripping Nye Beach, a bustling bayfront, marine science-central and two lighthouses
Waldport, Seal Rock
Waldport / Seal Rock

Pristine, even secretive sands and wild geologic landmarks
Yachats
Yachats

Constantly dramatic wave action, a mix of the rugged & upscale
Between Florence and Yachats - oodles of secret beaches
Upper Lane County

25 miles of deserted beaches & oodles of wonders
Florence - on the central Oregon coast
Florence

A lighthouse, ancient bayfront and miles and miles of fluffy dunes

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Cannon Beach Fultano's. Delivers to hotels; slices for lunch. Find all the regular pizza favorites as well as gourmet varities, including seafood, linguica, teriyacki chicken and even a sauce made of mashed grapes. Amazing homemade soups. Pasta dishes out of this world, with now-famous recipe, stellar meatballs. Homemade lasagna. All affordable in family-friendly atmosphere that is also romantic.

Get your Oregon coast businesses exposed to 20,000 to 50,000 peoploe a month for one small yearly fee

60 vacation homes to choose from, all in Cannon Beach or Arch Cape. Massive, grandiose homes with historic character to brand new; even condos near beach. All oceanfront or very close. Sleep as many as 12. Highlights include garden areas, clawfoot tub, hot tubs, decks, a solarium and maybe even an electric organ. Some homes are in a condo complex w/ swimming pool. Some pet friendly.


 


 

Luxury condo-style rooms overlook the ocean from a dramatic cliff top, resulting in constantly wowing views. Some have more than one bedroom, and some sleep as many as six. Sliding glass doors allow you to step outside and get a little closer. Each suite contains a separate bedroom, full kitchen,

 

 

 

 

Literally over 100 homes available as vacation rentals – all distinctive and carefully selected to be special. Find them in Yachats, Waldport, Newport, Nye Beach, Otter Rock, Depoe Bay, Gleneden Beach, Lincoln Beach, Lincoln City, Neskowin, Pacific City, Tierra Del Mar and Rockaway Beach. Some pet friendly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A cuddly pet- and family-friendly beauty that boasts a host of complimentary fun stuff like beach games, beach chairs and bikes for carousing around town on, among other things. Immaculate rooms - great sense of fun and quirkiness. Free wi-fi. There are also free movies. Small pet fee.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Cannon Beach Fultano's. Delivers to hotels; slices for lunch. Find all the regular pizza favorites as well as gourmet varities, including seafood, linguica, teriyacki chicken and even a sauce made of mashed grapes. Amazing homemade soups. Pasta dishes out of this world, with now-famous recipe, stellar meatballs. Homemade lasagna. All affordable in family-friendly atmosphere that is also romantic.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


On the Seaside Promenade, in Seaside

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