Archive for February, 2014

  1. Spring Break Festival of Illusions Includes Youth Workshops in Art & Magic

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 25, 2014

    LINCOLN CITY – The Festival of Illusions, Lincoln City’s annual celebration of magic and clownery, features nightly performances by some of the Northwest’s best magicians, on stage at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. With family-friendly options and affordable ticket prices, the festival offers a fun and weather-proof way to enjoy Oregon’s spring break, March 24-28. Also part of the tradition: daytime workshops in magic and…

  2. Singer, Songwriter, Storyteller: Danny O’Flaherty at the LCCC March 3

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 25, 2014

    LINCOLN CITY — There are singers, those who can carry a tune. And then there are singers – those who are capable of channeling emotions with their voice and conveying those emotions to the listener. Danny O’Flaherty is one of the latter, as audiences in Lincoln City will discover on Monday, March 3, at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. He’s making Lincoln City a last-minute…

  3. Be Jeweled, the annual jewelry sale extravaganza, rescheduled for March 1

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 25, 2014

    Be Jeweled, the annual jewelry sale extravaganza benefiting Food Share of Lincoln County, has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 1, from 9am – 3pm at the Newport Shilo Inns and Suites, 536 SW Elizabeth Street.  Inclement weather caused the cancellation of the prior date scheduled. This year’s sale features an especially good assortment of high quality jewelry.  Jewelry of all types and prices is available…

  4. Taste Wines from 40 Northwest Wineries at the Savor Cannon Beach Wine Walk

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 23, 2014

    Forty Northwest wineries will be featured in the Savor Cannon Beach Wine Walk on Saturday, March 8, the largest event of the four-day Savor Cannon Beach festival March 6-9. Up to 500 participants who purchase a glass can make the tour of Cannon Beach galleries, shops, restaurants and hotels, each hosting a winery offering tastings. The Cannon Beach Community Hall will feature eight small or…

  5. The Beauty of the Bounty

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 19, 2014

    The Beauty of the Bounty Slow food on the Oregon Coast By Susan G. Hauser  Patricia Morford, who makes award-winning Rivers Edge Chevrè from her 80-goat dairy in Siletz, admits that she was faced with a dilemma when trying to bolster the membership of her local Slow Food group on the Oregon Coast. “There’s been a lot of discussion about whether or not we even…

  6. North Coast Picks

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 19, 2014

    Keith Chandler is the manager of the Seaside Aquarium, where he’s worked since 1979. As an active member of the Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network since 1996, he’s been up close to many sea creatures, including small seals caught in nets and an adult California sea lion in need of relocation to the Columbia River. This work has taken him to every beach from Oceanside…

  7. Massive Seafood Wine Fest On Course for Central Oregon Coast This Weekend

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 18, 2014

    The show will go on at the central Oregon coast this week, in spite of tents getting blown down during a wind storm. Those tents are coming right back up, say organizers, and the Newport Seafood and Wine Festival will open as scheduled on Thursday, February 20 at 5 p.m, Thursday, February 20 through 23 are the dates of the 2014 Newport Seafood and Wine…

  8. Winter Storms? Pacific City Says ‘Bring It!”

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 18, 2014

    Yes, they do! In Pacific City (Your Little Beach Town) there is nothing little about their winter storms – or the fun you can have experiencing them. While there is a certain magic to summer and fall in Pacific City (read more here) exhilaration meets wonder when the rain pelts, the winds howl and surf breaks like Niagra across the ridge of tall Cape Kiwanda.…

  9. Ultimate Romantic Lodging Guide for Oregon Coast

    Posted by The Oregon Coast / February 10, 2014

    It’s that time of year again on the Oregon coast: thinking about how to woo – or re-woo – the object of your affection. Where to take your true love on Valentine’s Day? Why the Oregon coast, of course. And just what are the most ultimate romantic lodgings on the coast? A full list is below, but here is a sampling. Some are smaller places…

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