Upcoming Events

Looking for things to do in the Lincoln County, Oregon area?  Want to keep on top of the big events happening in our community?  Sick of sitting at home staring at a screen? Our Upcoming Events page will keep you updated on fun activities, service opportunities and ways to get involved, things to see, and important dates to remember for Lincoln County and surrounding areas!  Have an event or activity that you would like posted?  Send it to us at news@ybcradio.com with as much notice as possible.


The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon ExhibitTillamook Forest Center – Our Story: The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon Exhibit – Sep. 1st-30th

In the month of September the Center will host a unique exhibit highlighting the history, culture, and artistry of the 27 tribes and bands of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. Features of this exhibit will focus on Grand Ronde logging history, tribal plant uses, and overall cultural history of the Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde.


LCCC – Chessman Gallery – The Casbah – Sept. 9th – Oct. 10th

oct2016-the-casbah


Yaquina Art Association Gallery – Michaeline McDonald – Seahorse Jewelry – Sept. 24th-Oct. 7th

Michaeline McDonald Custom Seahorse JewelryMichaeline McDonald will be shaping unique wire wrapped jewelry in a two week artisan spotlight show in Newport, Oregon from September 24th-October 7th.  The gallery is open from 11-4 pm daily at the Yaquina Art Association Gallery.

Michaeline is a local artist residing in Depoe Bay. Her wire wrapped beach glass seahorses were inspired by seahorses of course and the magic of the ocean. She has been gathering beach glass along the beautiful Oregon beaches for about ten years. She uses the pretty pieces of glass to make these seahorse pendants.Each seahorse is unique, no two are the same. She meticulously hand wraps each one and adds glass beads, semi-precious stones, crystals, and a little hand drilled shell for the fin. You can see more of her seahorses at www.wisetailsart.com and can purchase this little “Admiral Blue” seahorse pendant at the Yaquina Art Gallery in Newport, Oregon.


LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Extreme Studies” by The MIX Fabric Art Group – Oct. 14th – Nov. 7th

Extreme Studies by The MIX Fabric Art Group October


Lincoln City Warming Shelter Needs Volunteers, Operations Mgr

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
The Lincoln City Warming Shelter is looking for lots of volunteers to serve at various times and on selected days the shelters are open during December – March. There is a one week notice of days/dates the shelters will be open and the Volunteer Coordinator will call regarding your availability. Seeking volunteers with a heart to help, a willingness to be flexible and serve, and wanting to make a difference in someone’s life. Training Included. Call Volunteer Administrator Richard Gartrell at 2016-714-7012 to sign up today.

warming-shelterVOLUNTEER COORDINATOR AND OPERATIONS MANAGER NEEDED:
Seeking a personS with a desire to make a difference to serve as either the Volunteer Coordinator or the Volunteer Operations Manager. Could be employed or a stay-at-home Mom/Dad, with some organizational or project management skills, enthusiasm, and with a heart for these critically important roles with our seasonal shelter project. Training included. If interested, please make contact by email, or forward a letter of interest or an application (see reverse side of this announcement) to: Lincoln City Warming Shelter, P.O. Box 198, Lincoln City, OR 97367, or contact the Volunteer Administrator Richard Gartrell at 206-714-7012.
NOTE: The warming shelters usually are open 6PM-8AM only on selected days/dates, determined a week in advance, during the period December to late March, when winter weather dips to freezing temperatures.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:   Richard Gartrell, Volunteer Administrator
Cell: 206-714-7012   Personal Email: rbgartrell2@aol.com


Yachats Commons – 19th Annual Crafts on the Coast Harvest & Holidays Arts & Crafts Festival – Nov. 5th & 6th

Arts & Crafts Holiday Festival Merry Christmas WreathThe date of the 19th Annual Crafts on the Coast Harvest & Holiday Arts & Crafts Festival is November 5-6, 2016, held inside Yachats Commons at 441 Hwy 101 N., near 4th st., in Yachats, Oregon, the Gem of the Oregon Coast.

This festival brings together nearly 70 of the best artisans from the Pacific Northwest offering their handmade crafts, fine art and gourmet food in a warm, family-friendly environment. Each event features free tastings of the gourmet food and provides a wonderful opportunity for experiencing art up close and personal with a chance to meet the artisan and often see how the art is constructed with craft demonstrations. Admission and parking are free!

CALL TO ARTISANS
A
rtisans in all mediums of arts and crafts and gourmet food producers are encouraged to apply for this long running, juried show. Application packages are now ready and have been sent to those on our mailing list. If you are not on our mailing list and would like to receive an application, please call 541-547-4738. The deadline for jury consideration for jury consideration for the Harvest & Holiday Festival is September 15.

Crafts on the Coast Arts & Crafts Festivals also feature community booths. Organizations using handmade crafts as a fund raiser are encouraged to apply for a small, free community booth, subject to availability.

The 19th Annual Crafts on Coast Harvest & Holidays Arts & Crafts Festival takes place on November 5-6!


LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Little Houses” by Kate Saunders – Nov. 11th – Dec. 5th

Little Houses by Kate Saunders November 2016


LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Three Rocks, Birding, Fishing & Art Making” by Victoria McOmie and Felt Sculpture by Laura Berman – Dec. 9th – Jan. 9th

Three Rocks, Birding, Fishing and Art Making by Victoria McOmie and Felt Sculpture by Laura Berman


LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Making Our Mark” High Fiber Diet – 30 fiber artists of Western Oregon & Southwest Washington – Jan. 13th – Feb. 6th, 2017

Making Our Mark High Fiber Diet 30 fiber artists of Western Oregon and Southwest Washington Jan 2017


The Lincoln City Cultural Center Upcoming Events

Lincoln City Cultural Center PictureLincoln City Cultural Center & Visitor Info Center
The info center is open to the public and staffed by volunteers from 10am to 5pm every day except Tuesday. To talk to a volunteer at the info center, call 541-994-3302. For all ticket and event inquires, call 541-994-9994.

How to Purchase Tickets
Event information and tickets are available in our Visitor Information Center, or by calling 541-994-3302 during business hours, 10:00am to 5:00pm (closed Tuesdays). Tickets may also be purchased anytime on our website www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.com. Click the large “Buy Tickets Online” button on the left side of the screen. Tickets may also be purchased through our Facebook page. Remember, LCCC Members always receive $2.00 off LCCC event ticket price with your member code. For membership information call 541 994-9994 or see our website.


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