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|Feb 27-Feb 28||Asian New Year Kite Celebration - Asian New Year Kite Celebration at the World Kite Museum features the kites and cultures of a different Asian country annually. Uniquely shaped & decorated kites and other folk arts are displayed. Videos, demonstrations and hands-on activities are part of both days’ events. www.worldkitemuseum.com ||360-642-4020|
|Mar 20-Apr 19||Spring Break Family Kite Fun - World Kite Museum hosts their annual Spring Break activities for kids and families. Everyone gets to make a kite! There is a treasure hunt that the whole family plays together to win coupons from local businesses. There are various short kite movies to watch. Come and learn all about kites for Spring Break Family Kite Fun!
www.worldkitemuseum.com ||360-642-4020 |
|Mar 27-Mar 29||Peninsula Arts Association Spring Show - Artists compete in over 20 categories during this show and Inspired Creations features additional artwork by exhibiting artists. An art raffle of member donated work benefits the PAA High School Graduate Scholarship Fund & the Art Enrichment Program. www.beachartist.org ||800-451-2542|
|May 02-May 03||Loyalty Days - Longest consecutive loyalty day celebration in the nation. Events are scheduled over two-day period on the Long Beach Peninsula, including Children’s Parade, annual Blessing of the Fleet, Fire Truck rides, and Loyalty Days Parade. www.loyaltydayslongbeach.com ||800-451-2542|
|Mar 20-Mar 22||Peninsula Quilt Guild Show - Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum will have over 100 quilts on display submitted by Guild members for the annual Peninsula Quilt Guild Show. With the theme “Quilting at the Beach,” there will be a demonstration of various aspects of quilt making. There will be a drawing for this year’s prize quilt, with proceeds going to area charities. Free admission. www.funbeach.com ||800-451-2542 |
|Apr 25||Black Lake Fishing Derby - Free kids-only derby; ages 0-14. Free pancake breakfast 7am; fishing starts at 7am. Pre-register online, at Ilwaco City Hall, or at Derby. Children must be accompanied by adult. Prizes awarded by age group & aggregate weight. Guaranteed free t-shirt with pre-registration only. www.ilwaco-wa.gov ||800-451-2542|
|May 02||Children’s Loyalty Day Parade - The parade begins at noon; All children are welcome to participate. Prizes and treats handed out at end of parade at the Pavilion at Port of Ilwaco. www.funbeach.com ||800-451-2542|
|May 02|| Blessing of the Fleet - Gaily decorated parade of boats to mouth of Columbia River for blessing. Memorial Wreath dropped by Coast Guard helicopter. Free boat rides to blessing site. www.funbeach.com ||800-451-2542|
|May 02-Sep 26||Saturday Market - Shop for farm fresh produce, handmade crafts, fine art, plants, cut flowers, baked goods and mouthwatering prepared food. Watch the boats go by & the catch-of-the-day come in. Uniquely situated on the waterfront, Saturday Market runs every Saturday. www.portofilwaco.org||503-338-9511|
|May 30-Jun 01||Tall Ship Tours - Come aboard the Lady Washington and/or Hawaiian Chieftain for a self-guided tour of each ship or take an adventure sail. www.historicalseaport.org||800-200-5239|
|Jan 29||WindSync, A Classical Wind Quintet www.delnorte.org/event/windsync||707-951-3102|
|Mar 13-Mar 22||Lighthouse Repertory Theatre: South Pacific - March 13-15, 20-22. Evening performances: 7:30pm with Sunday matinees at 2 pm. Admission:General - $15, Seniors & Students - $10.
|Mar 21||Redwood Wild River Run www.rwrr.org||707-464-3779|
|Mar 21||Silver Ball - The Community Assistance League will be holding their annual ball at the Cultural Center. A major fundraiser for the League, there will be a catered dinner with an open bar, an auction and dancing to live music. Required advance reservations are due by March 7th. www.delnorte.org||707-487-7405|
|Apr 18||Youth & Family Fair - Bring your family and enjoy a wide variety of free activities and entertainment in the Main Hall, in a tobacco free event. There will be a lot to see and do. This annual event aims to educate and entertain, is designed to create community awareness about child abuse and prevention and is meant to provide a more proactive, positive approach to the subject. www.delnorte.org|
|Apr 24-Apr 28||Tall Ship Tours - Come aboard the Lady Washington and/or Hawaiian Chieftain for a self-guided tour of each ship or take an adventure sail. www.historicalseaport.org||800-200-5239|
|Apr 26||Symphony by the Sea - The Curry/Del Norte Orchestra will be performing at 3:00pm this afternoon at Elk Valley Rancheria, 2332 Howland Hill Road. John Webster is the director. A variety of music will be presented.
Admission is $10.00 for adults and free for students through grade 12. Tickets can be purchased at Del Norte Office Supply or at the door. www.delnorte.org||707-487-5760|
|May 08-May 09||Ruby Van Deventer Wildflower Show - This free two-day Wildflower Show will be held at the Del Norte County Fairgrounds from 11:00am – 5:00pm on Friday and 10:00am – 5:00pm on Saturday. www.delnorte.org||707-457-3485|
|May 08-May 10||Spring Fair & Carnival www.dnfair.org||707-464-9556|
|Feb 06-Feb 16||Quilt Run 101 - Quilt Challenge 2015!! Pick up one challenge flat quarter from each participating shop, put them together into a wall hanging size quilt and enter to win. Every entrant will receive 1 yard of fabric. Grand Prize: Janome Gem Gold. Visit a minimum 6 shops to be eligible for prizes. All shops will be open at least 9:30am – 5:30pm during the hop. www.quiltrun101.com||541-267-0749|
|Mar 21-Mar 28||Spring Whale Watch Week - Trained volunteers to help visitors spot gray whales during migration at 24 coastal sites. Whales may be seen heading south from mid-March to late May. www.whalespoken.org||541-765-3407|
|Mar 28||SOLV Beach Cleanup - Thousands of volunteers show up to help keep the beach clean. www.solv.org||800-333-SOLV|
|Jun 01||Amgen People's Coast Arthritis Bike Classic peoplescoastarthritisbikeclassic.kintera||541-265-9917|
|Feb 07||Timber Festival - Meet real loggers from the heart of where the Ax Men series is produced with logging competitions, hearty lumberjack breakfast featuring flapjacks and biscuits & gravy, and test your own lumberjacks skills. There are food booths, crafts, entertainment, and other attractions. www.astoriatimberfestival.com||503-325-1010|
|Feb 14||Festival of Dark Arts - Let your senses feast on the Dark Arts Gallery, tattoo artistry, belly dancing, tarot card reading, and tintype photography. Stay warm by the blacksmith forge, glass blowers, and fire dancers. Live music will play all day upstairs, and wherever you go, the stouts will follow - over 55 eclectic beers in total. www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/festivalofdark||503-325-7468|
|Feb 21||Challenge of Champions Bull Riding Tour - 35 professional bullriders aboard the Northwest best bulls. www.challengeofchampionstour.com ||541-580-8901|
|Feb 27-Mar 01||FisherPoets Gathering - The Gathering has become an Astoria tradition, bringing men and women tied to the fishing industry together to share poems, stories, songs, memoirs, essays and art in celebration of the work, its people and their concerns. www.fisherpoets.org||800-875-6807|
|Mar 06-Mar 15||Astor Street Opry Company Playhouse: The Real Story of Little Red Riding Hood - Everyone has listened to the immortal yarn of Little Red Riding Hood and a hungry wolf. But it’s rare we get a chance to get the infamous Wolf’s point of view of this popular story. In this hilarious musical, however, our compassionate and sympathetic beast is understandably upset. He has been maligned for generations because of the well-known children’s parable. Determined to defend his own good intentions, he reveals Red Riding Hood’s real nature... rarely shown to the outside world. With an abundance of toe-tapping tunes, this side-splitting cuddly tale will show that there are two sides to every story. www.astorstreetoprycompany.com||503-325-6104|
|Apr 24-Apr 26||Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival - Attracting seafood lovers for its famous fresh-caught Oregon Dungeness crab dinner, the festival also showcases artisan producers, local micro-canneries, wineries and homegrown craft breweries. More than 80 booths from regional artisans and live music at Clatsop County Fairgrounds.
|May 09||Flavel House Mother’s Day Tea & Scones - Honor the Mother in your life with an entertaining and delicious day at the Flavel House. www.cumtux.org||503-325-2203|
|May 10-Oct 11||Astoria Sunday Market - Locals and tourists alike enjoy the bustling, colorful and lively weekly Market. Taste, shop and explore! www.AstoriaSundayMarket.com||503-325-1010|
|Jun 03-Jun 15||Tall Ship Tours - Come aboard the Lady Washington and/or Hawaiian Chieftain for a self-guided tour of each ship or take an adventure sail. www.historicalseaport.org||800-200-5239|
|Feb 08||A Sweet Affaire - A Sweet Affaire consists of wine & beer tastings, elegant treats, a live and silent auction, and fine chocolates to satisfy any sweet tooth! www.sunsetempire.com||503-738-3311|
|Feb 20-Feb 22||Seaside Jazz Festival - This festival presents some of the top performers of traditional jazz and traditional jazz inspired music. Spend the weekend, or just a day enjoying the sounds of this American art form. www.jazzseaside.com||866-345-6257 |
|Mar 06-Mar 08||Pouring at the Coast: Craft Beer Fest - Craft beer tasting and food pairing festival at the Seaside Convention Center. www.pouringatthecoast.com||503-738-6391|
|Mar 18||Listening to the Land: General Clark Remembers the Coast - It’s been 209 years since the Corps of Discovery reached the estuary of the Columbia River. If Clark—General Clark now, retired and back in his parlor in St. Louis—were to reminisce about the five months he spent on the northern Oregon coast in the winter of 1805-06, what details would stand out in his memory? Listen for yourself as Clark—reanimated by living history enactor Tom Wilson—chats about the landscape and the resources he encountered on the northern coast of Oregon. Bring your own questions to ask General Clark. www.nclctrust.org||503-738-9126|
|Mar 28||Doggie Dash - Come down for some fun outdoors during Spring break, and get some exercise with your dog while supporting a great cause in the 2 mile run/walk, Doggie Dash. Meet with other dog lovers and support the local Animal Shelter at this event.
The entry fee is $20 per person (more than one dog allowed per person). Prizes will be given for fastest time, ugliest dog, and dog/owner couple that look the most alike. The event begins at 10am at Cartwright Park. www.sunsetempire.com||503-738-3311|
|Apr 17-Apr 19||ACBL American Regional Bridge Tournament - The American Contract Bridge League is the North American organization of duplicate bridge players. ACBL members compete in tournaments and duplicate bridge clubs.
|Jan 30-Feb 21||Coaster Theatre: 'Night Mother - Jessie’s life is stale and unprofitable–she has decided to take fate into her own hands. She spends the evening getting the house ready for her mother. During the course of the evening we discover the complex nature of a mother-daughter relationship. Admission (adult, children, seniors, matinee): $15 or $20
|Feb 12||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: "Oregon's Historic Railroads" - Thursday at 7 p.m. the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum welcomes Pacific Northwest author Edward J. Kamholz’s presentation on Oregon’s lumber industry, from the millwork to the trains that carried lumber from one location to the next. www.cbhistory.org||503-436-9301|
|Feb 12||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: 'Oregon's Historic Railroads' - Thursday at 7 p.m. the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum welcomes Pacific Northwest author Edward J. Kamholz’s presentation on Oregon’s lumber industry, from the millwork to the trains that carried lumber from one location to the next. www.cbhistory.org||503-436-9301|
|Feb 21-Mar 31||Blue Opens at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum - Attention textile artists, crafters, quilters, and art enthusiasts! The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum will be opening a new textile exhibit on February 21 at 6:00 p.m. Blue features fifteen pieces from artists all over the Pacific Northwest. www.cbhistory.org||503-436-9301|
|Feb 27||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: John Baumann - Guitarist and singer songwriter John Baumann from Satori Bob will perform on Friday, at 7:00 p.m. with friend and fellow performer John
Langston. Baumann has become widely recognized for his eclectic blend of styles and genres. He has been compared to musicians like Tom Waits, Bob Dylan Stephen Stills. Satori Bob is a Eugene, Oregon, based group that performs all over the Pacific Northwest. This is their first time in Cannon Beach.
|Mar 06-Mar 08||Cannon Beach Yoga Festival - Friends of Haystack Rock is pleased to present an esteemed faculty of world class yoga teachers in Cannon Beach, Oregon for a weekend of yoga, meditation, music, health & wellness treatments, and festivities. www.cannonbeachyogafestival.com.||503-440-1649|
|Mar 12-Mar 15||Savor Cannon Beach Wine and Culinary Festival - Four days of wine tasting events, wine dinners and a wine walks showcasing dozens of Northwest wineries www.savorcannonbeach.com||888-609-6051|
|Mar 13-Apr 18||Coaster Theatre: Murder on the Nile - Simon Mostyn and heiress Kay Ridgeway are on their honeymoon on a paddle steamer on the Nile River but all is not roses and champagne. A dark shadow has followed them on their post-wedding travels. Jacqueline de Severac – Simon’s jilted fiancé and Kay’s former best friend – keeps turning up at every stop on the newlywed’s itinerary. Aboard the paddle steamer are a host of characters and several memorable characters. While journeying along the river murder and mayhem ensure and it is up to Canon Pennefather to uncover the criminals before they reach their destination.
|Mar 19||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: Sarah Sterling "The seismic past in the precontact coastal Pacific Northwest" - Professor Sarah Sterling will give a talk entitled: The seismic past in the precontact coastal Pacific Northwest; archaeological evidence and traditional knowledge.
|Mar 27||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: Stomptowners Concert -
|Apr 04||Puffins Return to Haystack Rock - Each spring, puffins that have spent the last eight months floating and diving on the open seas of the Pacific Ocean return to Cannon Beach’s Haystack Rock to lay eggs and raise their chicks. The puffins are most visible and active at Haystack Rock from April through early-July. By late August, the puffin chicks will be ready to return to open seas with their parents.
For the best viewing at Haystack Rock, bring your binoculars, bird spotting scope or visit Haystack Rock at daytime low tides when interpreters from Cannon Beach’s Haystack Rock Awareness Program will be on the beach with spotting scopes focused on the nesting birds. www.cannonbeach.org||503-436-2623|
|Apr 10-Apr 12||Get Lit at the Beach: A Gathering for Readers - A weekend dedicated to writers and writing, hosted by the Tolovana Arts Colony. Guest authors will be: Karen Joy Fowler, Gail Tsukyama, Jim Lynch, Nancy Pearl, and Terry Brooks. www.tolovanaartscolony.org||503-440-0684|
|Apr 16||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: Bonnie Henderson "The Next Tsunami" - Oregon author, Bonnie Henderson, presents her latest book, "The Next Tsunami."
|Apr 16-Apr 28||12 Days of Earth Day - 12 days of fun activities, like birdwatching, hikes, art shows, film screenings, and lectures. www.twelvedaysofearthday.com|
|Apr 24||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: Gayle Ritt Concert www.cbhistory.org||503-436-9301|
|May 01-May 03||Spring Unveiling - Throughout Cannon Beach, artists "unveil" new works in all mediums.
Works include those from established painters & sculptors to fine art photography to up-and-coming artists. Interact with artists through out the weekend. Techniques and inspiration are discussed. Receptions held at galleries throughout town. www.cbgallerygroup.com||503-436-2623|
|May 29||Cannon Beach History Center & Museum: Beth Willis Rock Duo Concert www.cbhistory.org||503-436-9301|
|Jun 12-Sep 05||Coaster Theatre: It Could Be Any One Of Us - In a windswept country house a family of artistic failures wrangles over a will: a detective who has never solved a case; a writer whose works have never been published, an artist who’s never shown a painting and a composer whose compositions have never been performed, and a dysfunctional teenager. Here are the prime ingredients for a murder mystery, but the victim is not who it should be, the murder’s identity changes overnight. Throw in some tongue in cheek humor for some comedic thrills.
|Jun 19-Sep 06||Coaster Theatre: Little Shop of Horrors - The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s out of this world origins and intent towards global domination! www.coastertheatre.com||503-436-1242|
|Jun 19-Sep 06||Coaster Theatre: Little Shop of Horrors - The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s out of this world origins and intent towards global domination! www.coastertheatre.com||503-436-1242|
|Sep 25-Oct 24||Coaster Theatre: Bell, Book and Candle - Gillian Holroyd is a modern witch who can cast spells and perform supernatural feats. After casting a spell on Shepherd Henderson, an unattached publisher, he falls head over heels in love with her at once and wants to marry her. But witches, unfortunately, cannot fall in love, and this little snag leads into a number of difficulties. Ultimately, Gillian breaks with her fellow witches, preferring the normal and human love offered her by the attractive publisher. But before their happily ever after, Gillian comes very near to losing Shepherd. www.coastertheatre.com||503-436-1242|
|Nov 13-Dec 20||Coaster Theatre: Once Upon a Mattress - If you thought you knew the story of “The Princess and The Pea,” you may be in for a walloping surprise! Did you know, for instance, that Princess Winnifred actually swam the moat to reach Prince Dauntless the Drab? Or that Lady Larken’s love for Sir Harry provided a rather compelling reason that she reach the bridal altar post haste? Or that, in fact, it wasn’t the pea at all that caused the princess a sleepless night? Carried on a wave of wonderful songs, by turns hilarious and raucous, romantic and melodic, this rollicking spin on the familiar classic of royal courtship and comeuppance provides for some side-splitting shenanigans. Chances are you’ll never look at fairy tales quite the same way again. www.coastertheatre.com||503-436-1242|
|Mar 21||Manzanita Writers' Series: Anna Keesey - Presentation by Anna Keeseu, author of Little Century. Writing workshop at the Hoffman Center. www.hoffmanblog.org|
|Apr 18||PoetryFest - Day dedicated to the joys of poetry with workshops, book signings, and poetry readings taking place at the Hoffman Center www.hoffmanblog.org||503-368-3846|
|Jan 02-Dec 18||Garibaldi Jamboree - Garibaldi Jamboree — 10 to 15 bluegrass musicians play country western ditties, faves from the 40s and more. Admission by donation at the door. Every Friday at 6 pm at 107 6th Street. www.VisitGaribaldi.com||503-322-3327|
|Feb 20-Feb 22||Beach Ball - Join the Round Dancers for a weekend of ballroom dancing at the Garibaldi Community Hall. www.visitgaribaldi.com||503-318-8831|
|Mar 14-Mar 15||Crab Races - The Garibaldi Crab Races is a small-town tradition not to be missed. Where else can you see human participants yell, shout, bang their hands on inclined wooden race lanes, and, even, use psychic powers (as long as they don’t touch the crabs) to cajole their sideway-running charges to tumble over the finish line? This year is the 30th anniversary of the races so don't miss it! www.VisitGaribaldi.com||503-322-3327|
|Apr 01-Nov 30||Garibaldi Museum Open for the Season - The museum displays the 18th century sailing world by telling the story of Captain Robert Gray and the trade with native Americans of the Pacific Northwest. www.garibaldimuseum.com||503-322-8411|
|Apr 18-Apr 19||Razor Clam Festival - After taking a 70-year break, the historic Razor Clam Festival that put Long Beach on the map is back! Experience razor clam digging and family fun! Sign up for a free guided clam digging lesson from local professionals, you be the judge and enjoy the delicious and local clam chowder at the Annual Chowder Tasteoff. Live music and entertainment is offered, beer garden, raffles, clam related vendors, and prizes. www.razorclamfest.com||360-642-2400|
|Apr 25||Beach Clean Up - The Grass Roots Garbage Gang organizes a beach clean up for the 28 miles of beach on the Long Beach Peninsula every January, April and July. Hundreds of locals & visitors come out to clean the beach. Anyone interested in helping is welcome to join. Meet organizers at any major beach approach (Seaview, Bolstad, Cranberry, Klipsan, Ocean Park, Surfside at Oysterville Road) at 9:30am to sign in and pick up bags. Soup feed for volunteers included after clean-up. www.ourbeach.org||360-642-0033|
|Jan 23-Feb 08||The Barn Community Playhouse: The Lion In Winter - A dysfunctional family of the 12th century, King Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine maneuver against each other to position their favorite son in line for succession. By imagining their inner lives, Goldman created the perfect drama of family strife and competing ambitions that gives modern-day relevance to the intrigues of Angevin,England. Watch these brilliant and witty monsters zero in on each other's weaknesses and indulge more sophisticated moves than any grandmaster chess player. Admission: Adults $15, Seniors/Students $10, Family of Four $40.
|Mar 04||Tillamook Forest Center Re Opens - Develop a deeper connection with Oregon’s forests through experience and exploration with hands-on exhibits, river and forest trails, 250-foot-long pedestrian suspension bridge, and more. www.tillamookforestcenter.org||866-930-4646|
|Mar 20-Apr 04||The Barn Community Playhouse: Dead Ringer - Hard-boiled film noir meets the American Western in this dark comedy set in an abstract Wild West. Tyrus Cole, a horse trainer, lives on a ranch with his invalid sister, Mary. Because he can't watch Mary during the day, Tyrus has her confined to a root cellar. When Dwight Foley arrives at the ranch seeking help with his horse, he and Mary fall in love and began plotting the demise of Tyrus and their eventual escape. Their plan escalates and in the end, the three find themselves trapped in a complex web of greed and secrets. Admission - Adults = $15, Students/Seniors = $10, Family of four = $40 www.tillamooktheater.com||503-812-2163|
|Mar 28||Tillamook County Pioneer Museum's Great Speaker Series: “Heroes, Thugs and Miners” with Jim Baldwin -
|Apr 11||Tillamook County Pioneer Museum's Great Speaker Series: Book reading of “Agnes Canon’s War” with Deborah Lincoln www.tcpm.org||503-842-4553|
|Apr 25||Tillamook County Pioneer Museum's Great Speaker Series: “Keeping Tabs on America,” Oregon Humanities Conversation Project with Kristian Williams www.tcpm.org||503-842-4553|
|Jul 13-Jul 17||Oregon Coast Children's Book Writers Workshop - This is a workshop for those who aspire to write and publish children's books. The instructors are successful children's book authors, working children's book editors, and a children's book agent. An intensive, literary week. www.occbww.com||360-560-7766|
|Feb 14||Your Heart's Desire A Celebration of Chocolate, Wine, and Art - Feast on appetizers, chocolate desserts,local wines and beers, and sparkling cider while perusing exhibit and sale of local professional art and student art. There's also a silent auction and raffle and live music--all to support art literacy at local schools. www.communityartsproject.net||503-965-7900|
|May 01-May 03||Birding & Blues Festival - Fun, educational, and informative festival with beginning birding and blues music events in Pacific City. www.birdingandblues.org||503-965-6247|
|Feb 15||Neskowin Chamber Music Series: Meccorre String Quartet - Established in 2007, Meccorre String Quartet are considered as one of the most interesting quartets of their generation. They are considered one of the best quartets in Poland. Concert held at 3 pm at The Chapel at Camp Wi-Ne-Ma, on Wi-Ne-Ma Road, off Highway 101, about three miles north of Neskowin. www.neskowinchambermusic.org||503-965-6499|
|Mar 29||Neskowin Chamber Music Series: Amadeus Piano Trio - Celebrating twenty-two seasons of rave review performances to overwhelmingly enthusiastic audiences, the Trio is generally acknowledged as occupying a position among the foremost piano trios in the world. Recognized for their brilliant virtuosity and superb musicianship, the three artists also enjoy award-winning solo careers. Concert held at 3 pm at The Chapel at Camp Wi-Ne-Ma, on Wi-Ne-Ma Road, off Highway 101, about three miles north of Neskowin. www.neskowinchambermusic.org||503-965-6499|
|Apr 12||Neskowin Chamber Music Series: Joel Fan - Joel Fan is a pianist who made his debut with the New York Philharmonic at age 11. He's an artist who has won praise for his technical expertise, lyrical playing, and outstanding interpretation. He's stood out both as a solo performer and as a member of Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble. Concert held at 3 pm at The Chapel at Camp Wi-Ne-Ma, on Wi-Ne-Ma Road, off Highway 101, about three miles north of Neskowin. www.neskowinchambermusic.org||503-965-6499|
|May 03||Neskowin Chamber Music Series: Karkowska Sisters Duo - Karkowska Sisters Duo is an award winning, internationally acclaimed ensemble that in addition to a recital and chamber music repertoire performs extraordinary programs of virtuosity and laughter full of beautiful music, unforgettable stories and comedy. “ ...as a duo they communicate easily with an audience, telling fantastic stories with music that literally takes one’s breath away” Concert held at 3 pm at The Chapel at Camp Wi-Ne-Ma, on Wi-Ne-Ma Road, off Highway 101, about three miles north of Neskowin. www.neskowinchambermusic.org||503-965-6499|
|Oct 18-May 25||Finders Keepers - Weather and ocean conditions permitting, every day colorful hand-blown glass floats are placed on the beach. If you find a float, bring it to the Lincoln City Visitors Center to receive your certificate of authenticity and a biography of the artist. www.oregoncoast.org/finders-keepers||800-452-2151 |
|Jan 31||Lincoln City Cultural Center Concert: "La Vie En Rose" featuring French singer Siri Vik - In particular, Siri specializes in European cabaret – a unique amalgam of classical, pop, and musical theatre styles which flourished in the 1920s-30s. She has won national acclaim for her work in this area.
|Feb 07-Feb 16||Antique Week - Antique specials and deals throughout Lincoln City during this 10-day event. Antique appraisals, historical exhibits, and more! www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org||541-994-9994|
|Feb 07-Feb 16||Antique Japanese Float Drop www.oregoncoast.org||800-452-2151|
|Feb 14-Feb 15||Valentines Day Red Glass Float Drop www.oregoncoast.org||800-452-2151|
|Feb 21||Jambalaya Cook-Off - See what our Oregon coast chefs can create at this annual event held at the Culinary Center in Lincoln City from 11am-2pm. Admission is free, with tasting-sized portions available for a small fee. www.oregoncoast.org||541-557-1125 |
|Feb 21||Lincoln City Cultural Center Concert:Slipshod - Slipshod is Matt Snook (dobro and banjo) and Steve Blanchard (guitar and mandolin). They met a number of years ago as part of the Northwest Bluegrass community and became fast friends and picking partners. They have similar musical styles, yet they draw on many different influences like Gordon Lightfoot, Norman Blake, Simon and Garfunkel, and Tim O’Brien, to name a few.
|Mar 05-Mar 28||Theatre West: Social Security -
|Mar 07||Lincoln City Cultural Center Concert: Stomptowners - The Stomptowners are a dynamic act featuring traditional Irish voice and instrumentation accented by foot percussion. Expect to hear an exciting blend of foot stomping jigs, reels and hornpipes interlaced with melodic, soulful Celtic songs, feisty sea shanties and rollicking pub songs. Maldon Meehan, the act’s distinctive percussive dancer, adds a key visual component which sets the act apart from other traditional Irish acts.
|Mar 07-Dec 19||Culinary Center Classes - Held every Saturday, the topics range from healthy seafood to South American flavors to Kids in the Kitchen. www.oregoncoast.org/culinary||541-557-1125 |
|Mar 13-Mar 14||Chinook Winds Casino: Foreigner www.chinookwindscasino.com||888-MAIN ACT|
|Mar 21-Mar 29||Spring Break Special Glass Drop on the Beach -
|Mar 23-Mar 27||Festival of Illusions - Bring a little magic to your spring break, at the LCCC. A week full of magic shows and camps, perfect for families and friends to enjoy together. www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org||541-994-9994|
|Mar 27-Mar 28||Masters of Illusion at Chinook Winds Casino Resort www.chinookwindscasino.com||888-MAIN-ACT |
|Apr 11||Lincoln City Cultural Center Concert: Guitarist Hiroya Tsukamoto -
|Apr 17-Apr 18||Chinook Winds Casino: Travis Tritt www.chinookwindscasino.com||888-MAIN ACT|
|Apr 17-Apr 19||Great Oregon Coast Garage Sale - More than a hundred garage sales throughout the Lincoln City area. www.lcchamber.com||541-994-3070|
|Apr 18||Spring Plant Sale - At the Connie Hansen Garden. 9am to 4pm. Check out the wide variety of plants for sale at special prices! conniehansengarden.com||541-994-6338|
|May 02||Fish Taco Cook-Off - At the Culinary Center in Lincoln City. Cost: Free! www.oregoncoast.org||800-452-2151|
|May 30||Lincoln City Cultural Center Concert: Misty Mamas www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org||541-994-9994 |
|Apr 18-Apr 19||Wooden Boat Show, Crab Feed, and Ducky Derby - Enjoy succulent crab and watch master craftsmen build and show off their wooden boats. Take part in cheering your “ducky” to the finish line during Sunday’s Ducky Derby. www.depoebaychamber.org||541-765-2889|
|Jan 31||'Hearts for Horses' Benefit Dinner - Benefit dinner and silent auction fund raiser for the Bright Horizons Therapeutic Riding Center. Held at the Oregon Coast Aqaurium. www.brighthorizonsriding.org||541-961-4156|
|Feb 19-Feb 22||Newport Seafood & Wine Festival - Premier seafood & wine event of the west coast and the original Northwest seafood and wine festival. www.seafoodandwine.com||800-262-7844|
|Feb 21||FossilFest at Hatfield Marine Science Center - Attention all bone bugs and rock hounds - join us for our annual fossil fest! Bring your fossils and other beach finds to be identified by local experts. Enjoy a day full of exhibits on fossils including displays from the North American Research Group (NARG). Join us in the auditorium for special presentations by Dr. Bill Orr, state paleontologist, and Guy DiTorrice, the Oregon Fossil Guy. hmsc.oregonstate.edu||541-867-0226|
|Mar 11||Oregon Coast Aquarium: Aquatots www.aquarium.org||541-867-3474|
|Mar 14||Historic Nye Beach Mystery Weekend - Sleuths visit participating businesses to collect clues and interrogate suspects. The mystery is written by a local author. Sleuths may choose to work alone, in pairs, or even groups to determine: Who committed the murder! www.newportchamber.org||541-270-2234|
|Mar 14||Shamrock Supper - Traditional Irish fare with corned beef and cabbage accompanied by Irish soda bread, boiled potatoes & parsley sauce, with mashed carrots & parsnips, and a delectable bread pudding or apple crisp for dessert. Between courses, Irish Whiskey connoisseurs will enjoy exceptional tastings from the Emerald Isle along with short educational vignettes about Irish heritage and culture, music and song; poetry of William Butler Yeats; a rousing "Pub Quiz"; and silent auction. www.ncfhg.com/St.php||541-961-7696|
|Mar 27-Mar 28||Oregon Coast Aquarium: Family Sleepover with the Sharks www.aquarium.org||541-867-3474|
|Mar 28||Bejeweled - The ultimate in recycled jewelry sales. Over 5,000 donated items of vintage, fine, ethnic, costume, everyday and artisan jewelry. Most pieces one of a kind. Boutique and bargain all at fantastic prices. A fundraiser for Food Share of Lincoln County.
|Mar 28||Fools Relay coasthillsevents.com/fools-relay||541-351-8265|
|Apr 03-Apr 26||Newport Performing Arts Center: The Taming of the Shrew - You've never seen Shakespeare quite like this. Neither a "traditional" retelling, nor an update or relocation, one of the Bard's wildest and most madcap comedies gets a massive renovation and fresh presentation, courtesy director Darcy Hogan (herself a veteran of the Utah Shakespeare Festival.) Hogan has infused the show with some fresh, fun ideas and wildly imaginative elements -- making this easily one of the most unique, crazy, enjoyable, and over-the-top fun productions you'll likely ever experience! www.RedOctopusTheatre.org||541-265-ARTS|
|Apr 08||Oregon Coast Aquarium: Aquatots www.aquarium.org||541-867-3474|
|Apr 11||Marine Science Day at the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center - Hatfield Marine Science Center opens its doors for a behind-the-scenes peek at the cutting-edge research, education and outreach that make this marine laboratory unique; campus tours and family friendly activities in the Visitor Center. hmsc.oregonstate.edu/marinescienceday||541-867-0234|
|Apr 17-Apr 19||Paper Arts Festival - Three days of innovative, informative and exciting one-day workshops celebrating paper-making, surface embellishment, bookmaking, bindings, articles made of paper, and techniques and tools for working with paper and fibers, all at the Newport Visual Arts Center. www.coastarts.org||541-265-6569|
|Apr 25||Oregon Coast Aquarium: Earth Day Celebration www.aquarium.org||541-867-3474|
|May 01-May 03||Loyalty Days Celebration - Carnival, parade, and celebration of veterans. www.newportchamber.org||541-961-1466|
|May 15-May 26||Tall Ship Tours - Come aboard the Lady Washington and/or Hawaiian Chieftain for a self-guided tour of each ship or take an adventure sail. www.historicalseaport.org||800-200-5239|
|May 25-Jan 01||Oregon Coast Aquarium Exhibit: Secrets of Shipwrecks www.aquarium.org||541-867-3474|
|Jan 31||Lion's Crab Feed - Until the food is gone! All you can eat crab with garlic bread, cole slaw, baked beans, and choice of coffee or soda. Advance tickets will be available. Seating times at 12:30 and 4 pm at various locations. www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/yachats||541-547-3546|
|Feb 14||Little Log Church Wedding Vow Renewal Ceremony - An annual Celebration of Renewal and Commitment sponsored by the Little Log Church. This is an opportunity for couples to renew their vows in a group setting. Both married and unmarried committed couples are invited to attend. www.yachats.org||541-547-4547|
|Mar 05||Yachats Big Band Dance -
|Mar 13||Oregon Coast Chamber Orchestra Winter Concert www.occo.ws|
|Mar 21-Mar 22||Yachats Ladies Club's Craft Bazaar & Saturday Luncheon - Quality handcrafted items by Ladies Club Members and Saturday Luncheon with Pie/beverage option. Handcrafted items include knit items, aprons, quilts, afghans, wall hangings, home decor, table runners, pot holders, potato bakers, casserole carriers, bake sale table, gift baskets and much more. Lunch on Saturday with famous Ladies Club Pies. www.yachats.org||541-547-3205|
|Mar 21-Mar 22||45th Annual Original Yachats Arts & Crafts Fair - Sixty-plus Pacific Northwest artists and crafters selected for the superb quality of their art at the Yachats Commons. The variety of arts and crafts here allows something for every pocketbook and interest. www.yachats.org||800-929-0477|
|Mar 22||Yachats Lions Pancake Breakfast - The breakfast is free of charge and donations will be accepted. All you can eat pancakes with eggs over easy, choice of sausage or ham, milk, tea or coffee. 7:30 - 11:30 am Yachats Lions Hall, W 4th & Pontiac. www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/yachats/||541-547-5171|
|Mar 27-Mar 28||Friends of the Yachats Library Annual Book Sale -
|Mar 28||Yachats Ladies Club's Craft Bazaar & Saturday Luncheon - Quality handcrafted items and luncheon with pie/beverage option at YLC Clubhouse, W 3rd and Pontiac. www.yachats.org||541-547-3205|
|Apr 02||Yachats Big Band Dance www.yachatsbigband.com||541-547-3626|
|Apr 04||Easter Egg Hunt - Bring your children and join us for prizes and Easter Egg Baskets! Yachats Community Presbyterian Church, 360 W 7th St. 10am. www.yachatspresbyterian.org||541-547-3400|
|Apr 11||YYFAP Talent Show -
|May 01-May 17||One of Us Productions: Sordid Lives - Yachats Commons Auditorium, Hwy 101 & W 5th St, [#15]
|Feb 07||Florence Crab Crack - All-you-can-eat Crab Dinner to benefit Florence Food Share. www.florencefoodshare.org||541-997-9599|
|Feb 07||Florence Events Center Concert: Jazz Kings Concert www.eventcenter.org||541-997-1994|
|Feb 07||Florence Crab Crack - All-you-can-eat Crab Dinner to benefit Florence Food Share from 4-7pm. Tickets are$30 and must be purchased before 1/24/15. For more details contact Bob MacDuffee at 541-997-9599, [email protected] or www.florencefoodshare.org. www.florencefoodshare.org||541-997-9599|
|Feb 13||SEA presents Metales M5 Brass Band www.SEAcoastea.org||541-997-1994|
|Mar 15||SEA presents The Voetberg Family Band www.SEAcoastea.org||541-997-1994|
|Mar 20-Mar 29||Last Resort Players: Our Town www.eventcenter.org||541-997-1994|
|Apr 10-Apr 12||Florence Events Center: Once Upon a Mattress - If you thought you knew the story of "The Princess and The Pea," you may be in for a walloping surprise! Did you know, for instance, that Princess Winnifred actually swam the moat to reach Prince Dauntless the Drab? Or that it may not have been the pea at all that caused the princess a sleepless night? Carried on a wave of beguiling songs, by turns hilarious and raucous, romantic and melodic, this rollicking spin on the familiar classic of royal courtship and comeuppance provides for some side-splitting shenanigans. Chances are, you'll never look at fairy tales quite the same way again. www.eventcenter.org||541-997-1994|
|Apr 17||SEA presents Quartetto Gelato Gypsy Jazz www.SEAcoastea.org||541-997-1994|
|May 15||SEA presents Eugene Symphony www.SEAcoastea.org||541-997-1994|
|May 15-May 17||Rhododendron Festival - Third oldest flower festival on the West Coast celebrates the wild rhododendrons that thrive along the Oregon Coast. The festival includes a wide variety of fun throughout the weekend and includes parades, flower show spotlighting rhododendrons, car show, arts and craft fair, 5K run, carnival and much more.
|Mar 13-Mar 15||South Coast Clambake Jazz Festival - Great music that ranges from traditional jazz to swing, doo-wop, blues, big band and Zydeco www.clambakejazz.com||541-267-7665|
|Apr 11-Apr 12||Southern Oregon Dahlia Society Tuber Sale www.ponyvillagemall.net||541-267-0740|
|Apr 25-Apr 26||Rhododendron Flower Show & Plant Sale - Don’t miss these gorgeous displays at the Pony Village Mall. www.ponyvillagemall.net||541-267-4176|
|Jan 10-May 09||Contra Dancing - South Coast Folk Society holds a contra dance on the 2nd Saturday of each month (Sept – May) at 7:00 at the Greenacres Grange between Coos Bay and Coquille. No partner or experience needed. All dances are taught by a caller; always live music. Contra dancing is an energetic couples line dance rooted in old English country dancing and performed with live music to the instructions of a caller. All dances are taught. This is an easy-to-learn and forgiving dance form suitable for ages 9 to 90, offered in a spirit of community. Instruction for beginners starts at 7:00 PM. The main dancing is from 7:30 to 10:30, and all dances are taught. Admission $7, seniors/students $6, SCFS members $5, under 6 free.
|Jan 23-May 22||International Folk Dancing - Fun for people of all ages! Join the South Coast Folk Society every 4th Friday (Sept – May). Part of the evening will include teaching and the rest will be request dancing. Learn a Serbia kolo, a Macedonian oro, and an Israeli hora! No partners needed. Dances are active; dress comfortably and wear soft-soloed shoes. Admission is $4. www.oregonsadventurecoast.com||541-808-1002|
|Mar 09-Mar 11||Realism in Watercolor with Sharon Wise - Coos Art Museum welcomes award-winning artist Sharon Wise for an intensive 3-day “Realism in Watercolor” Workshop. A master at capturing light, Sharon will share how to convey reflected and refracted colors and highlights. http://www.coosart.org/events/realism-in||(541) 267-3901|
|Mar 13-Mar 15||Southcoast Clambake Jazz Festival - Nearly a dozen bands from surrounding states and Canada play America`s original music: Dixieland, Big Band, Jump & Jive, Rock & Roll, Zydeco, Blues and Doo-wop. www.ClamBakeJazz.org||541-756-8800|
|Apr 01-May 06||Basics of Drawing with Allen (Tony) Adams - Come learn from one of the area’s premier realist artists, Allen (Tony) Adams. The instructor’s qualifications include time spent as a screen cartoonist at Walt Disney Studios and 30 years as an illustrator and graphic designer at General Dynamics Corp. www.coosart.org||(541) 267-3901|
|Apr 12||Coos County Community Concert Association: Rob Verdi www.cccca.com||541-269-1272|
|Apr 17-May 22||The Basics of Cartoon Art with Allen (Tony) Adams - Come learn from one of the area’s premier realist artists, Allen (Tony) Adams. The instructor’s qualifications include time spent as a screen cartoonist at Walt Disney Studios and 30 years as an illustrator and graphic designer at General Dynamics Corp. www.coosart.org||(541) 267-3901|
|May 02||South Coast Celtic Fest www.southcoastfolksociety.wordpress.com|
|May 02-May 11||Tall Ship Tours - Come aboard the Lady Washington and/or Hawaiian Chieftain for a self-guided tour of each ship or take an adventure sail. www.historicalseaport.org||800-200-5239|
|May 17||Coos County Community Concert Association: Umi Garrett www.cccca.com||541-269-1272|
|Feb 14||Charleston Crab Feed - Fresh Dungeness Crab Dinners, whole or half crabs at market price includes side dishes,bread, beverage and cake. Projected dinner prices are $17 for whole crab dinner and $13 for half crab dinner but market dictates final price. Pricing will be updated as event approaches. Old Charleston School House on Seven Devils Road. All proceeds help support the Charleston Visitor Center.
|Feb 14||Wine Chocolate Tasting - After the crab feed, make it a perfect day with wine and chocolate tastings at Charleytown. www.oregonsadventurecoast.com||541-888-0146|
|Apr 25||Ahh Shucks! Oyster Feed - You don’t want to miss this one! Oregon Oysters, there’s no better way to celebrate Oregon’s Bounty!
|Mar 17||Bandon Showcase: Comedy Ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger and Irish Comedian George Casey www.bandonshowcase.org||541-347-SHOW|
|Mar 20-Mar 29||Sprague Community Theater: Clueless in the Ballroom - A Classically Classic Whodunit In Which Murder Is Afoot By Rebeca Jones.
The setting is in the town of New Safe Haven, in the Foote mansion. The story is a farcical mix of Clue, Sherlock Holmes, Nancy Drew,
with various other nods to books, movies, and the like. Tickets: Adults - $10, Seniors - $8, and Students - $5
|Apr 25||Bandon Rotary's Wine and Cheese Extravaganza - Delectable appetizers and drinks, all for a good cause at this fundraiser at The Barn. www.bandonrotary.org||541-290-9989|
|May 10-May 12||Sprague Community Theater: Alice in Wonderland by MarLo Dance Studio -
|May 13||Bandon Showcase: Anthony Kearns - Anthony Kearns is founding member of The Irish Tenors, among PBS’s largest grossing presentations, and one of Ireland’s most prestigious touring groups. www.bandonshowcase.org||541-347-SHOW|
|Jul 10-Jul 19||Sprague Community Theater: Peter Pan & the Neverland Crystal - Wendy no longer is that playmate who flies with Peter to Neverland. Their worlds are changing and their adventures are coming to an end. It is time for Wendy to fly beside another, someone to care for her … to the end. Wendy realizes that she is mortal and that Peter will forever be a boy. Tickets: Adults - $10, Seniors - $8, and Students - $5. Ticket Outlets: Bandon True Value and Radio Shack(541)347-2506
|Jun 20||Tour de Fronds - Tour de Fronds, a cycling event, June 20, 2015. 7 rides available 30 to 117 miles on low-traffic roads. Cost: $35-$55 covers breakfast, snacks, and a post-ride meal. Sponsor: Powers Lions Club.
Permit: US Forest Service, Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest. www.tourdefronds.com||541-439-2418|
|Feb 07||Crab Feeb - Tickets (21+ Only) www.portorfordrotary.org|
|Apr 01-Oct 31||Hughes House, Cape Blanco Lighthouse, & Lifeboat Station Tours www.capeblancoheritagesociety.com|
|Feb 01-Apr 30||Glass Floats Treasure Hunting Season - Glass floats are "hidden" on beaches for visitors to discover and keep. www.goldbeach.org||800-525-2334|
|Feb 13-Feb 14||South Coast Writers Conference - An eclectic gathering of writers of various genres, novice and published authors; returning and first-time attendees. Some of the Northwest’s best writers to guide you in an exploration and celebration of the many facets of writing. www.socc.edu/scwriters||541-247-2741|
|Mar 28||Rogue River Rampage Mud Run/Walk www.rogueriverrampage.com||541-247-0923|
|May 01-Oct 15||Jet Boat Tours - Have a trip of a lifetime up the Rogue River on a jetboat. www.roguejets.com||800-451-3645 |
|May 23||Whale of a Wine Fest www.goldbeachchamber.com||541-247-0923|
|Feb 14||Pistol River Concert Association: Mark Graham with Lauren Sheehan www.pistolriver.com||541-247-2848|
|Mar 07||Pistol River Concert Association: Jeff Scroggins and Colorado - Jeff Scroggins and Colorado is a high energy, high mountain “bluegrass explosion,” that features the amazing banjo playing of Jeff Scroggins. Jeff’s fiery style and lightning fast licks have earned him many fans worldwide, and have left many a first time listener in stunned disbelief! It also features the award winning mandolin playing of Jeff’s son Tristan Scroggins. Tristan is also an accomplished songwriter, and his and Jeff’s original instrumentals play a large role in the band’s unique and energetic sound. The band also features incredible bluegrass vocals, led by the powerful voice of front man Greg Blake.Annie Savage brings to the group strong vocals and an aggressive fiddle style that is well suited to the band’s high energy approach. www.pistolriver.com||541-247-2848|
|May 09||Pistol River Concert Association: Dan Frechette and Laurel Thomsen - With influences ranging from Folk, Classical, Old Time, and Celtic, to Gospel, Jazz, Vintage Country, Rock N' Roll, Blues, and Bluegrass, Dan and Laurel flow seamlessly through genres, tempos, stories, and moods, embodying each style with virtuosic command. www.pistolriver.com||541-247-2848|
|Feb 06-Feb 15||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: The Sparrow -
|Feb 13-Mar 01||Chetco Playhouse: Play On -
|Feb 14-Feb 15||Winter Art & Chocolate Festival - Held on or near Valentine's Day weekend, this event features most anything you can "tastefully" do with chocolate - plus lots of other art and crafts. ||541-217-7415|
|Mar 05-Mar 14||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: The Three Little Pigs Out West www.brookingsharborcommunitytheater.com||541-469-4700|
|Apr 10-Apr 26||Chetco Playhouse: Little Shop of Horrors -
|May 15-May 31||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: Mary Poppins www.brookingsharborcommunitytheater.com||541-469-4700|
|May 22-May 24||Party at the Port - Event features live bands, a beer garden, and a host of other May Day celebrations. www.port-brookings-harbor.com||800-535-9469|
|May 22-May 25||Azalea Festival - Community-wide Festival includes a parade, car show, street fair, childrens' carnival, flower & plant shows, quilt show, and more.
|Jun 12-Jun 28||Chetco Playhouse: Logger’s Rhapsody www.chetcopelicanplayers.org||541-469-1877|
|Jun 19-Jun 20||Wild Rogue Relay wildroguerelay.smokymountainrelay.com|
|Jun 19-Jun 28||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: The Musical Adventures of Oliver Twist www.brookingsharborcommunitytheater.com||541-469-4700|
|Jul 18-Jul 19||Southern Oregon Kite Festival - Festival brings the most well known kite fliers and kite makers to perform and display their creations for locals and tourists alike.
Vendors and artists set up their booths to provide great eats, treats, knick knacks and crafts.
|Jul 31-Aug 09||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead -
|Aug 01||Festival of Art in Stout Park - A juried show of original art and handcrafted items. Plein air artists at work, activities for children, food court, music. Stout Park - park setting surrounding Manley Art Center. One block off Highway 101 on Oak Street. Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 10 am - 4 pm.
|Aug 07-Aug 09||Pirates of the Pacific Festival - Re-enactors provide cannon fire and sword play, magicians, jugglers, children’s events, old salty sea dog tunes, pirate shanties, merchants, and more! www.piratesofthepacificfestival.com ||541-251-4422|
|Aug 07-Aug 16||Chetco Playhouse: Annie Junior www.chetcopelicanplayers.org||541-469-1877|
|Sep 04-Sep 06||Slam'n Salmon Ocean Derby www.port-brookings-harbor.com||541-469-2218|
|Sep 11-Sep 20||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: Sex Please, We're 60 -
|Sep 18-Oct 04||Chetco Playhouse: Addam’s Family -
|Oct 09-Oct 18||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: Groovy www.brookingsharborcommunitytheater.com||541-469-4700|
|Nov 12-Nov 21||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: Sleeping Beauty -
|Dec 04-Dec 13||Brookings–Harbor Community Theater: Anne of Green Gables www.brookingsharborcommunitytheater.com||541-469-4700|
|Dec 04-Dec 13||Chetco Playhouse: Miracle on 34th Street www.chetcopelicanplayers.org||541-469-1877|