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A natural fit
A natural fit

A new club in Newport aims to give kids aged three to five the opportunity to get prepared for school through outdoor exploration and discovery.

The Grown-up and Me Nature Explorer Club is designed to support the unique developmental needs of...

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Find your artistic space

Spaces are still available in a series of adult art programs offered by the OSU Extension Service in Tillamook, covering painting, writing and ceramics.

In “Express yourself with Acrylics,” instructor Christine Harrison shows...

Something to look forward to
Something to look forward to

Futurist Dr. Ruth L Miller will attempt to provide answers to an oft-asked question when she appears at the Siletz Moorage for a community dialog on Sunday, Jan. 21.

In “What’s the World Coming To?,” Miller will explore the...

pHocusing on fisheries
pHocusing on fisheries

The threat of ocean acidification along with potential solutions are the topic of the Science on Tap presentation set for Wednesday, Jan. 17, at Newport’s Rogue Brewery.

Dr. George Waldbusser of Oregon State University will present...

This idea’s got legs
This idea’s got legs

A pair of new aquatic activities at the Lincoln City Community Center are offering the chance to enjoy the pool from the surface to the bottom — with sequins optional.

In a bi-monthly class called Mermaid Academy, Mermaid Calypso will...

Knot to be missed
Knot to be missed
Artistry in Wood pops up again in Lincoln City
Have your day in quartz
Have your day in quartz
Find fossils, gems and more at the Yachats Agate Festival
Get more clicks, with 4-H knitting class
Get more clicks, with 4-H knitting class

Kids in fourth grade and up are invited to participate in Tillamook 4-H’s winter knitting program, giving them the chance to build skills and create knitted items to take home.

The program, offered in partnership with Latimer Quilt &...

Cross the Rubicon off your list

A free conference covering a host of end-of-life issues will be on offer at the Newport 60+ Activity Center on Thursday, Jan. 11.

The Rubicon Mini Conference will feature 13 guest speakers from around Oregon, offering advice on how to age in...

Weave got a story to share
Weave got a story to share

Pacific City-based fiber artist Karen Gelbard will be the guest speaker at the Thursday, Jan. 4, Coastal Arts Guild lunch in Newport.

Bone up on exercise techniques

A new exercise class is on offer at the Newport 60+ Activity Center, aimed at slowing bone loss and improving balance to prevent falls.

“Better Bones and Balance” classes are now offered from 5:30 to 6:30 pm every Monday as well as...

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Learn A Little

A coffee to die for

A good cup of coffee can turn a day around, but can it take the sting out of death itself?

The people behind the Death Café certainly...

Find your artistic space

Spaces are still available in a series of adult art programs offered by the OSU Extension Service in Tillamook, covering painting, writing and...

Something to look forward to
pHocusing on fisheries
Have your day in quartz

Lively

Perfect for rein-y day

Tickets are now on sale for the 11th annual Hearts for Horses fundraiser, which will take place on Saturday, Jan 27, at the Oregon Coast Aquarium...

This idea’s got legs

A pair of new aquatic activities at the Lincoln City Community Center are offering the chance to enjoy the pool from the surface to the bottom...

Knot to be missed
Party, play, repeat
Op to it and lend a hand

Urchins

A natural fit

A new club in Newport aims to give kids aged three to five the opportunity to get prepared for school through outdoor exploration and...

Kids in the kitchen

Registration is now open for a series of kids’ cooking classes that will be taught in the new kitchen at the OSU Extension Office in...

Get more clicks, with 4-H knitting class
A real stalk-ing filler
The rec-ing crew