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Published on July 19, 2018 12:01AM


 

Tuesday, July 17

Guided paddle

Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge • Lincoln City

Explore the sinuous channels and tidal sloughs of these salt marshes, home to abundant wildlife. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Other equipment available to borrow. 4:45-6:45 pm. For reservations, contact Lila Bowen at Lilamarie_Bowen@fws.gov or 541-867-4550.

 

QuickBooks Open Lab

Oregon Coast Community College • Lincoln City

Kathie Gordon-Brooks leads this open-format class, aimed at beginning and intermediate QuickBooks users. $30. 3-6 pm. Register at www.oregoncoastcc.org.

 

BioBlitz

Cape Perpetua Visitor Center • Yachats

Take a guided hike of the rocky intertidal zone and contribute to science by recording the interesting tidepool critters you see. 10 am, three miles south of Yachats.

 

Wednesday, July 18

Bloch Talk

Ernest Bloch Memorial Wayside • Newport

Dr Alexander Knapp and Dr Frank Geltner share the story of Agate Beach’s famed composer, Ernest Bloch. 10 to noon, at Highway 101 and NW 49th Street.

 

Libraries Rock

Driftwood Public Library • Lincoln City

The summer reading program continues with Habiba — music and tales from Africa. 6:30 pm, second floor, 801 SW Hwy. 101.

 

Waldport Farmers Market

Waldport Community Center

10 am-3 pm, 265 NW Hemlock.

 

Thursday, July 19

Bloch Talk

Ernest Bloch Memorial Wayside • Newport

Dr Alexander Knapp and Dr Frank Geltner share the story of Agate Beach’s famed composer, Ernest Bloch. 10 to noon, at Highway 101 and NW 49th Street.

 

Toledo Waterfront Market

Toledo Waterfront Park

Find vendors and fresh produce and a food court perched on the bank of the Depot Slough, with free sailboat rides, canoeing and kayaking for kids. 10 am-3 pm, followed by Americana from the Sunset Harbor Home Boys Choir from 5-7 pm. 127 NW A Street.

 

Teen Henna Fest

Newport Public Library

Iram Khan of Khoobsurat Gift Shop in Lincoln City will share her vast expertise and henna supplies and show a variety of traditional designs. 3:45 to 5:45 pm, 35 NW Nye St.

 

Trivia Thursday

Black Squid Beerhouse • Lincoln City

Free trivia, with a different theme each week and prizes for 1st- and 2nd-place teams. 21 and over. 7-8:30 pm, 3001 SW Hwy. 101.

 

“The Neverending Story”

The Bijou Theatre • Lincoln City

The Summer Morning Matinée series continues with this classic story about a troubled boy who dives into a wondrous fantasy world through the pages of a mysterious book. $2. 11 am, 1624 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-8255.

 

“Sylvia”

Theatre West • Lincoln City

The arrival of a new dog puts a marriage in jeopardy in this stage comedy, with the husband seeing the pooch as an escape while his wife views her as a rival for affection. 7:30 pm, 3536 SW Hwy. 101. Tickets, $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and students, available by calling 541-994-5663.

 

Teen Thursday

Driftwood Public Library • Lincoln City

A chance for kids in grades 6 and up to create jewelry with an artist from Rock Your World. 3 pm, second floor, 800 SE Hwy. 101. FMI, email tnelson@lincolncity.org.

 

Lincoln Pops Big Band Dance

Gleneden Beach Community Club

7:30-10 pm. Tickets at door $7.50. 110 Azalea Street. FMI call 541-272-9597.

 

Storytime with a Ranger

Yachats Public Library

10am, 560 W 7th St. FMI call 541-547-3741.

 

Marbled Murrelet surveys (continues Friday)

Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve

Join scientists and land managers to learn about murrelet nesting and feeding habits, then contribute to research aimed at saving this threatened seabird. No experience necessary. Day 1-–‘Survey training’ starts at 6:30 pm at the Yachats Commons 1555 Hwy 101,Day 2‘Morning survey’ upland surveys start before sunrise and end 2 hours later; ‘near-shore surveys’ (6 coastal sites) start at 9 am end at10 am. RSVP athttps://goo.gl/forms/KgY1ESmcep91uQ8I3. FMI call 541-547-4227 or email pengelmeyer@peak.org.

 

Bingo

Salmon River Grange • Otis

Try your luck starting at 6 pm, 5371 Salmon River Hwy. Dinner available for $6. FMI, call Jim at 541-992-0560.

 

Pedestal Spotlight Show

The Yaquina Art Association Gallery • Nye Beach

This show, continuing through July 27, features the jewelry of Linda Cline. 11 am to 5 pm daily, 789 NW Beach Drive.

 

Friday, July 20

 

Guided paddle

Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge • Lincoln City

Explore the sinuous channels and tidal sloughs of these salt marshes, home to abundant wildlife. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Other equipment available to borrow. 7 to 9 am. For reservations, contact Lila Bowen at Lilamarie_Bowen@fws.gov or 541-867-4550.

 

Clamming Clinic 

Driftwood Public Library • Lincoln City

A free class starting with a lecture at the library, followed by a trip to Siletz Bay to dig clams. No registration is required. 1 pm, 801 SW Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-996-1274.

 

Happy Together Tour 2018

Chinook Winds Casino Resort • Lincoln City

Remember the good old days with performances from The Turtles, The Association, The Archies, Chuck Negron, Gary Puckett & the Union Gap, Mark Lindsay, and The Cowsills. 8 pm, 1777 NW 44th Street. Tickets, $35 to $50, available by calling 888-624-6228. Repeated Saturday.

 

Manzanita Farmers Market

Laneda Avenue • Manzanita

Start the weekend off right with farm-fresh produce, prepared foods, crafts and a rotating winery booth. 5-8 pm, 5th and Laneda. FMI, call 503-939-5416.

 

Artisan Fair

Pacific City Library

The Dory Days Festival gets off to an early start with this collection of arts and crafts. 10 am to 6 pm, 6200 Camp Street.

 

“Sylvia”

Theatre West • Lincoln City

The arrival of a new dog puts a marriage in jeopardy in this stage comedy, with the husband seeing the pooch as an escape while his wife views her as a rival for affection. 7:30 pm, 3536 SW Hwy. 101. Tickets, $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and students, available by calling 541-994-5663.

 

Shop at the Dock

Port Dock 5 • Newport

Get a grounding on how to buy seafood right off the boat in this free workshop from the OSU Sea Grant Extension Service. Tours leave at 9:30 am, 10 am, 10:30 am and 11 am. FMI, call 541-574-6534.

 

Tap Takeover

Black Squid Beer House • Lincoln City

Tap Takeover by Deluxe Brewing.  Free beer tasting event, prize giveaways. Free, 21 and over. 6 pm, 3001 SW Hwy. 101. FMI call 541-614-0733.

 

“It’s Broadway, Baby…& more!”

Barn Community Playhouse • Tillamook

Take a journey down Tin Pan Alley with this musical revue of Broadway hits through the ages. 7 pm, 12th and Ivy. Tickets $15, available on the door or from Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940.

 

Seabird Science Hike

Oswald West State Park

An easy 2-mile round trip journey focusing on the recent community effort to monitor nesting seabirds within Oregon’s Marine Reserves. This family friendly event will include a hike down to Devil’s Cauldron to view the remaining nesting cormorants, and a walk through a coastal meadow and various forest environments. 10 am to noon. FMI, www.explorenaturetillamookCoast.com, capefalconmr@gmail.com or 541-231-8041.

 

Saturday, July 21

Dory Days Festival

Pacific City

Returning for its 59th year, the festival includes a pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 am and features a marine fair, artisan fair, a fish fry, live music and more. The Dory Days Parade is scheduled to begin at 11 am. Kids events, pancake breakfast and vendors will be at the Kiawanda Community Center, 34600 Cape Kiawanda Drive. Continues Sunday.

 

Happy Together Tour 2018

Chinook Winds Casino Resort • Lincoln City

Remember the good old days with performances from The Turtles, The Association, The Archies, Chuck Negron, Gary Puckett & the Union Gap, Mark Lindsay, and The Cowsills. 8 pm, 1777 NW 44th Street. Tickets, $35 to $50, available by calling 888-624-6228.

 

Summer Concert Series

ZuhG Surf Shop • Lincoln City

Hear surf rock from the Retroactive Gamma Rays outdoors on the deck. Free. 1 pm, 3219 SW Hwy. 101.

 

Saturday Free Concert Series

Literacy Park • Newport

Settle in to the amphitheater behind the Newport Public Library for live music: Jill Ledet on solo jazz piano and vocals with Whiskeydog Kenny playin' folk 'n bluesicana. 3-5 pm, 35 NW Nye Street.

 

Saturday Summer Celebration  

Café Mundo • Newport

Traditional World Beat music by the Thunder & Lightness drum and Native American flute ensemble, Ocean Thunder drummers, and special musical guests on the outdoor theater stage in the Courtyard at Café Mundo. Free and family friendly, all ages welcome. 12 to 3 p.m, 209 NW Coast Street. FMI email chandler@chandlerdavis.com or call 541-272-4615.

 

Cars at the Coast

Newport Performing Arts Center

See a host of fine automobiles at this Bay City Cruisers Car Club show, featuring a raffle, silent auction and a 50-50. Proceeds benefit the Newport Snack Pack Program. 10 am start with awards at 2 pm, 777 West Olive Street. FMI, call 435-817-3060 or e-mail BCCruisers376@gmail.com.

 

“It’s Broadway, Baby…& more!”

Barn Community Playhouse • Tillamook

Take a journey down Tin Pan Alley with this musical revue of Broadway hits through the ages. 7 pm at 12th and Ivy. Tickets, $15, re available on the door or from Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940.

 

“Introduction to Kayaking”

Olalla Reservoir • Toledo

Never learned as a kid? Now’s your chance to master the art of paddling with adult kayak classes from the Oregon Boating Foundation. 9 am-4 pm. FMI, go to oregonboatingfoundation.org.

 

Guided paddle

Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge • Pacific City

Explore the Little Nestucca River through refuge wetlands into Nestucca Bay and the mudflats surrounding the Two Rivers Peninsula. Bring your own canoe or kayak. Other equipment available to borrow. 8-10 am. For reservations, contact Lila Bowen at Lilamarie_Bowen@fws.gov or 541-867-4550.

 

“Sylvia”

Theatre West • Lincoln City

The arrival of a new dog puts a marriage in jeopardy in this stage comedy, with the husband seeing the pooch as an escape while his wife views her as a rival for affection. 7:30 pm, 3536 SW Hwy. 101. Tickets, $15 for adults and $13 for seniors and students, available by calling 541-994-5663.

 

Summer Plant Sale

Connie Hansen Garden • Lincoln City

Huge selection of choice perennials suited to the coastal climate. 10 am-3 pm, 1931 NW 33rd Street. FMI, call 541-994-6338.

 

4-H Horse Fair

Tillamook County Fairgrounds

4-H members from throughout the county will be showing their skills in horse showmanship, western equitation and trail classes on Saturday, and in English equitation, western gaming on Sunday. The event will begin at 9 a.m. each day and continue through the early afternoon. Participants will be working to qualify to attend the Oregon State Fair and represent Tillamook at the State 4-H Horse show in Salem.

 

“Ponyo”

The Bijou Theatre • Lincoln City

The Summer Morning Matinée series continues with this movie about a five-year-old boy who develops a relationship with a young goldfish princess who longs to become a human. $2. 11 am, 1624 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-8255.

 

Spade & Wade Garden Tour

Tillamook area

Enjoy six beautiful gardens in the Tillamook, South Prairie and Cape Meares area, from “A Haven for Birds” to “Magical and Mystical” on this Tillamook County Master Gardener Association tour. 10 am-4 pm. Tickets, $10-$16, available at the OSU Extension Office, the Manzanita and Pacific City farmers markets or by emailing ksarnaker@gmail.com.

 

Annual summer BBQ

Panther Creek Community Center • Otis

Enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, freshly made French fries, chili, homemade salads, desserts, coffee, soda and more. 11 am to 4 pm. 655 N. Wayside Loop. 

 

Tango Beginner Class

South Beach Community Center • Newport

Learn the Argentine Tango, or Milonga, with a free class from 6:30 to 7:30 pm and a free dance from 7:30 to 10 pm. 3024 SE Ferry Slip Road. Donations accepted. FMI, go to newportoregontango.com or call 541-351-8457.

 

Silent Ride

Tillamook

Join members of Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association on this ride, starting in various locations in Oregon and Washington, and ending at the Stonehenge Memorial in Goldendale, Washington, in memory of Sgt. Kevin Ross. FMI, go to cvmaoregon.org

 

Salt Marsh Tour

Netarts Bay

Walk along the saltmarsh of Netarts Bay while learning about how plants survive in a salty world. The tour includes an easy to moderate trek through muddy areas and trails covered by brush and is best suited for participates 12 years and older. Long pants and closed toe shoes recommended. Registration required, no pets please. 1 to 4 pm. FMI call 541-231-8041. Register at Eventbrite.com.

 

Canvas at the Cape

Cape Perpetua • Yachats

Join experienced and budding artists for this open-air public art event where you can practice capturing your perspective of this special place. Materials and canvas provided. FMI call 541-547-3289

 

Newport Farmers Market

Highway 101 & Angle • Newport

Find locally made handcrafts, art, specialty foods and fresh fruits, vegetables and farm products from Lincoln County farms and growers from surrounding areas. 9 am to 1 pm, Hwy. 101 and Angle, opposite Newport City Hall.

 

Neskowin Farmers Market

Neskowin Beach Wayside

9 am-1 pm.

 

Tillamook Farmers Market

Laurel and 2nd Street

9 am-2 pm.

Sunday, July 22

 

Salishan Community Farmers Market

Salishan Spa & Golf Resort • Gleneden Beach

Find hand-made silver jewelry and leather goods, fresh produce and gifts, local craft beer, grilled-to-order foods and freshly baked pastries as well as complimentary coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters. 10 am-2 pm on the Sun Room Patio at Salishan, three miles south of Lincoln City.

 

Lincoln City Farmers Market

Lincoln City Cultural Center

The Foulweather String Band provides the music at this market, offering homegrown, home-baked and handcrafted treats on the center’s lawn. 9 am-3 pm, 540 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-9994 or go to www.lincolncityfarmersmarket.org.

 

Yachats Farmers Market

Yachats Commons

9 am-2 pm, 441 Hwy. 101 N.

 

Pacific City Farmers Market

Pacific City Library

10 am-2 pm, 6200 Camp Street.

 

4-H Horse Fair

Tillamook County Fairgrounds

See Saturday for details.

 

“It’s Broadway, Baby…& more!”

Barn Community Playhouse • Tillamook

Take a journey down Tin Pan Alley with this musical revue of Broadway hits through the ages. 7 pm at 12th and Ivy. Tickets, $15, re available on the door or from Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940.

 

“The Reluctant Radical”

Newport Performing Arts Center

This documentary follows activist Ken Ward as he confronts his fears and puts himself in the direct path of the fossil fuel industry to combat climate change.

Oregon filmmaker Lindsey Grayzel and film subject Ken Ward will be in attendance on both nights for post-film Q&A. Local environmental and faith groups will share information and opportunities in the lobby. Free. 7pm, 777 W Olive Street. FMI, call 541-265-2787.

 

Meditation/Contemplative Prayer Yoga

Congregational Church of Lincoln City

Nondogmatic, ecumenical, “wherever you are on life’s journey” event in a peaceful library setting, 11 am-noon, 1760 NW 25th Street. FMI, call 541-994-2378.

 

Monday, July 23

 

“Ponyo”

The Bijou Theatre • Lincoln City

The Summer Morning Matinée series continues with this movie about a five-year-old boy who develops a relationship with a young goldfish princess who longs to become a human. $2. 11 am, 1624 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-8255.

 

Book Sale

Driftwood Public Library • Lincoln City

Tucked away at the library’s south end, this book lover's paradise offers a huge selection and unbelievably low prices, with half-price deals on sports, games, puzzles and health throughout July. 10 am to 2 pm, second floor, 801 SW Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-557-9400.

 

“The Reluctant Radical”

Newport Performing Arts Center

See Sunday for details

 

“Walk with a Ranger”

Cape Perpetua Scenic Area • Yachats

Join retired chief park ranger Michael Noack for a guided, 60- to 75-minute hike along easy-to-moderate trails. Free, but a day-use fee or recreation pass is required. Noon, three miles south of Yachats on Highway 101. FMI, call 541-547-3289.

 

Tuesday, July 24

 

QuickBooks Online Course

OCCC North Campus • Lincoln City

This QuickBooks Online workshop will cover the basic features, getting set up and getting started, navigating the program, reporting, and how to use expanded features to customize QuickBooks Online for your business. This will be a hands-on course with active discussion; students should bring a note pad and be familiar with operating a windows computer. Registration fee $30. 3 to 6 pm, 3788 SE High School Drive. FMI, visit oregoncoastcc.org.

 

Wednesday, July 25

 

One Year Anniversary Celebration

Black Squid Beer House.

Nectar Creek mead tasting, live music by Nick Sexton. D-Doggs cart out front. 21 and over. 8pm, 3001 SW Hwy. 101. FMI call 541-614-0733.

 

Libraries Rock

Driftwood Public Library • Lincoln City

The summer reading program welcomes Chayag — a local musical family playing and dancing to music from South America. 6:30 pm, second floor, 801 SW Hwy. 101.

 

Mingle and Muse

Sitka Center for Art & Ecology • Otis

Stroll the wooded campus and admire work from Portland muralist and mosaic artist Hector Hernandez. Free. 4:30 pm, take Three Rocks Road from Highway 101 and follow signs. FMI, call 541-994-5485.

 

“Living While Dying”

Hoffman Center for the Arts • Manzanita

In a world that sees death as something to vanquish, the 45-minute documentary Living While Dying presents an alternative: people living with terminal illness who greet the inevitable with courage, humor, creativity and acceptance. Part of the the Art of Aging/of Dying series. $5.

3 to 5 pm, 594 Laneda Avenue.

 

Men of Worth

Lincoln City Cultural Center

Donnie Macdonald comes from an island off the west coast of Scotland and writes tunes and original songs in both Gaelic and English. James Keigher was born in the west of Ireland, and is a singer, writer and collector of folk music. Between them, they play eight traditional Celtic instruments, from the mandolin to the bodhran. 7pm, 540 NE Hwy. 101.

Tickets $23 adv. / $25 door / $12 youth. FMI visit lincolncity-culturalcenter.org or call 541-994-9994.

 

Waldport Farmers Market

Waldport Community Center

10 am-3 pm, 265 NW Hemlock.

 

Boomers Hike

Depoe Bay Nature Trail

This 2.5 mile loop hike is rated as easy with an elevation gain of 200 feet. The trail winds from the harbor up into the forest that overlooks the town and the sea, with splendid views of the World’s Smallest Harbor. Pack energy bars and plenty of water. $5.00. Departing from the Newport 60+ Activity Center, 20 SE 2nd St, at 10 am and returning around 1 pm. FMI call 541-265-9617.



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