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Published 08/02/20 at 7:24 PM PDT
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Tuesday Night Outdoor Markets Liven Up Oregon Coast's Lincoln City

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(Lincoln City, Oregon) – There's something in Lincoln City that's simply THE new thing – a new thing to do in the central Oregon coast burgh. It's called the Tuesday Night Thing, and it's a new, mask-required to-do that takes place – you guessed it – on Tuesday nights, hosting food, arts, crafts and other intriguing items of local origin.

It all takes place at the Lincoln City Cultural Center (LCCC), running from July through September. The finds at this breezy, coastal market place will change with the public pandemic mandates as well as the season. Hours for the TNT will be 4 - 8 pm, with the first hour (4 - 5 pm) reserved for the most vulnerable populations.

“In other cities, Tuesday might seem like an odd time for an event,” said Niki Price, executive director of the LCCC. “But we are a tourist town, and Tuesday night IS the weekend for many people in the hospitality industry. We're all looking for ways to enjoy ourselves while we keep our distance, and we thought that an outdoor market might be just the thing.”

Observing the latest in state and local safety guidelines, the LCCC intends to offer a variety of vendors from the Oregon coast including baked goods, soaps, produce, hand-crafted gifts and hot food options. Attendance will be limited to ensure the safety of both vendors and patrons. Nonprofit booths are welcome. Live music may be introduced when the state and county guidelines allow.

“The Tuesday Night Thing is a new program, inspired by the need for safe outdoor entertainment for Lincoln City residents as well as the need for vendors to reach their customers,” Price said. “Management will be making the best decisions we can, based on the best information available. We look forward to creating a fun, casual evening market for our community to enjoy.”

To learn more about the TNT or become a vendor, call the LCCC at 541-994-9994.

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