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Yaquina Bayfront – Oregon Sea Grant – Shop at the Dock – Jul. 29th – Aug. 19th
Ardor Adventures – Twisted Pine Half-Marathon & 5 Miler Run – Early Registration by Jul. 31st
We’re super excited to bring our latest race – The Twisted Pine Run – half-marathon & a 5 Miler. It will be held in beautiful South Beach State Park on September 24, 2016.
FREE GROUP CAMPING
Free group camping to up to 75 folks. First come, first serve. We’ll have two group campsites to ourselves. Races will start and finish at the group campsite so no commuting on race day!
After registering, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot. Need to know how many tents/people in your party. Camping check-in is 1:00 pm on Friday, 9/23.
Mix of well groomed, soft pine single track and packed sand on beach along the beautiful Pacific Ocean with awesome views of the ocean, South Jetty and Yaquina Bay Bridge!
Half-Marathon will start at 9:00 am while the 5 Miler will start at 10:00 am.
On or Before July 31st
Half-Marathon – $45.00, 5 Miler – $35.00
From 8/1 to 9/5
Half-Marathon – $50, 5 Miler – $40.00
From 9/6 to 9/22
Half-Marathon – $55, 5 Miler – $45.00
Half-Marathon – $60, 5 Miler – $50.00
Entry fee includes entry to race, finisher’s medal, food, beer, live band music and at least 3 photograhers to capture the action!
Our shirts are MADE IN AMERICA, PRINTED IN OREGON by Specifically Pacific using exclusive non-toxic inks. Available for purchase at registration through September 5th for $15.00. We’ll order few extra but they’ll be $25.00 after September 5th..
All half marathon and 5 miler participants will receive a finisher medal
Prize awards to Top 3 males and females of each race and male/female master of each race as well.
Ribbons to top 3 in each age group.
Yaquina Art Association Gallery – Heather Marie March – Thru Jul. 26th-31st
Heather Marie March was selected as the Yaquina Art Association scholarship winner from Oregon State University. She will have a show of her artwork in the YAA gallery from July 26th through July 31st. Heather just graduated with a BFA in Applied Visual Arts with an option in Photography. There will be an opening reception in the Nye Beach YAA Gallery June 26th from 5-7 pm with a chance to visit with the award winner. The gallery is open from 11 am to 5 pm daily at 789 NW Beach Drive in Newport.
Heather March spends a lot of time taking pictures in places that she is drawn too, like open fields, barns, and the middle of nowhere. For this series she gathered up and curated images she has taken over the last three years that exude feelings of the kind of peaceful life she longs for, however romanticized it is, and the Hidden Valley series was born.
Hidden Valley is filled with oak trees guarding big tall grassy fields. The little glow of a wildflower and the song of a busy bee. The soothing cacophony of bugs at night and the chattering dance of birds as dawn breaks. The way the breezes seem to whisper more than just blow. It’s always called to Heather, this dream of being in the fields, under a tree, or on a big front porch. It’s less of a place and more a feeling, but still the kind of place where faith and hard work pull everyone through. Creating always draws her back to this idea, this dream, this idyllic place. Through the creative process of photography Heather has to slow down, see the details, and notice the small things that solidify and make up the whole scene, emotion or thought.
These images evoke the moods, feelings, and experiences that draw her back to this central idea that is omnipresent in her head. Through film photography she was forced to slip into a slower process of creating the images, allowing herself to notice the details that come together to create the whole.
Eighty percent of the images in this show were shot with 35mm film using a Canon AE1, and the other two with a Canon D60.
She has a Facebook page: www.facebook.com/whistlingdixiephotography.
LCCC – Men of Worth – Jul. 28th
Back by popular demand! Donnie Macdonald comes from the Isle of Lewis, one of the Hebridean Islands off the west coast of Scotland, on July 28th at 7pm. Writing tunes and original songs in both his first language Gaelic and in English, Donnie presents the music from his native Scotland with passion and humor. James Keigher was born in CountyMayo, in the west of Ireland, and he’s a singer, writer and collector of folk music. Between them, they play eight traditional Celtic instruments, from the mandolin to the bodhran. With a simple presentation and a wealth of stories, Men of Worth will leave you smiling. Tickets are $16 in advance; $18 at the door/free for children 12 and under.
LCCC – Laughing Moon Theatre Performance – Jul. 29th
The LCCC proudly welcomes Laughing Moon Theatre, and the final performance of their three-week children’s theatre workshop series on July 29th at 7pm. It’s being led by Kaline Klaas, veteran director of more than 40 plays and a teacher at St. James Santiago School, and Julie Fiedler, an artist and teachers who directs the school. To register or learn more, contact Klaas at 503-812- 7813 or email@example.com.
Tillamook Forest Center – Found in the Forest – Jul. 1st-30th
From July 1st through the 30th, 2016, Found in the Forest is at the Tillamook Forest Center. A lifelong nature lover, Ann Girarde has always been fascinated by trees, leaves, flowers, seed pods, and the myriad of natural treasures to be found outdoors.
She assembles items these “gifts from the trees” that she collects around her studio in the Puget Sound of Washington State into intricate wreaths, experimenting as she goes. Though every wreath is unique, each falls into one of three general designs: Douglas-fir cone wreaths, horse-chestnut husk wreaths, and nature study wreaths.
Beachside State Park Day Use Area – 2016 Sand Castle Competition – Jul. 30th
Agate Beach – 3rd Annual Women’s Expression Session – Jul. 31st
3rd annual Women’s Expression Session!!!
July 31st at Agate Beach – contest begins at 12pm
Prizes awarded for – Creative maneuvers, Stylish costumes, Gnarly wipe-outs, Keen vibes.
Beach Clean-up and free surf lessons,
boards provided, BYO wetsuit.
More info at
Tillamook Forest Center – Growing Together – A Step Back in Time Exhibit – Aug. 1st-30th
In August, the Center will join the Tillamook Coast History Alliance’s Step Back in Time event with a month-long exhibit highlighting influential relationship between the forest and the people of the Tillamook region, including rarely-seen photographs, wooden cheese boxes, and a 1930 Ford AA flatbed firetruck. Enjoy looking at early photographs and equipment loaned to the Forest Center by the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum. This exhibit is part of the Tillamook Coast History Alliance’s “A Step Back in Time.”
Center for Health Education – Freedom from Smoking – Aug. 2nd & 9th
Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve – Volunteers Needed – Aug. 3rd & 4th
Volunteers Needed to Help Identify Marine Life at Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve
The public is invited to help track marine biodiversity at Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve during two BioBlitz events Aug. 3 and 4 hosted by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Audubon Society of Portland, Oregon Marine Reserves Partnership and US Forest Service.
Both events are from 7:30 a.m. to noon. The Aug. 3 event is at Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site, just south of the bridge in Yachats. The Aug. 4 event is at Stonefield Beach State Recreation Site, seven miles south of Yachats. Participants should meet in the parking lot and bring waterproof shoes, raincoat, binoculars, water and snacks.
Participants will take a walk at low tide to help identify the plants, animals and other organisms in the rocky intertidal habitat along sections of the Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve, a protected research area that covers 14.1 square miles of ocean habitat between Yachats and Florence. Data collected will be used to document the rich biodiversity of the area.
For information on the events, contact state Natural Resources Specialist Celeste Lebo by phone at 541-563-8505 or 541-272-9008 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on the Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve is atwww.oregonmarinereserves.org/
Yaquina Art Association – Spotlight – Kim Cuc Tran & Laren Woolley – Jul. 23rd-Aug. 5th
The Yaquina Art Association presents a two week spotlight show on two photographers, Kim Cuc Tran and Laren Woolley. They will hold the spotlight from July 23 to Aug. 5 at the YAA Gallery located at 789 NW Beach Drive in Nye Beach. The show is open daily from 11 am to 5 pm in Newport, Oregon.
Born and raised in Vietnam, Kim Cuc Tran escaped the communist by boat to Malaysia in 1980, and immigrated to the US in 1981. She moved to West Linn, Oregon in 2001, and retired to Newport in 2009. Photography has been a hobby and interest in her life. The process of capturing an image is so fulfilling and enjoyable to both her and her husband. They have been traveling for photography to many locations in the US and to other countries including Canada, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, Peru, New Zealand, Mexico, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary.
She started taking photography classes with the Vietnamese Artistic Photographic Association in 1993, then continued on at Tri-CommunityPhoto Center in CA until 2001 when they moved to Oregon.
Kim enjoys shooting abstracts, close-ups, flower and birds and her mantra for photography is “Simplify, simplify, simplify”. She has received awards in photography competitions at Vietnamese Artistic Photographic Association, Tri-Community Photo Center, Photographic Society of America, Oregon State Fair Salon of Photography, and Columbia Council of Camera Clubs. Kim is a current member and Electronic Image Division chair of Yaquina Art Association Photographers. She also enjoys gardening and cooking. Contact Info: email@example.com
Laren Woolley loves getting out and taking photographs from all over the world. Being a planner by profession, he is always interested in finding new areas to photograph. He plans his shot, whether early morning, late evening or in between. Laren has been able to plan trips to Thailand,Cambodia, Vietnam, Korea, Mexico, Honduras, Canada and around the US.
Laren is experimenting with his photographs infused on aluminum and printed on canvas to give a different presentation, often without glass.
He loves hiking and camping which adds to his ability to get out and get the shot that others may miss. Laren’s photography can be seen at the local Saturday Market allowing his work to be seen in a wide variety of areas in the US and beyond. His work is also shown at the Artist Co-op Gallery in Lincoln City and on the bayfront in Newport. His many awards are noted on his website at www.oregoncoastphotography.com.
LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Aquatic” LCCC Summer Members’ Show – Jul. 8th – Aug. 8th
Lincoln City Cultural Center’s Summer Members’ Show for 2016 is from July 8th through August 8th, 2016. The opening reception is on Friday, July 8th, 2016 from 5-7pm. Every year the Lincoln City Cultural Center (LCCC) honors its membership by exhibiting work of all kinds exclusively done by our member artists. These shows are always creative, colorful and dynamic. This year’s theme is “Aquatic.”
Hult Center – Lindsey Stirling – Aug. 8th
Lindsey Stirling is performing with Carah Faye at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts in Eugene, Oregon on Monday, August 8th, 2016 at 8pm as part of her summer tour. All ages may enter, 21 & Over to drink. Doors open at 7:00PM.
First Presbyterian Church – Peace Village Newport Children and Youth Camp – Aug. 8th – 12th
Peace Village Newport is a unique curriculum designed to educate our children age 6 to 13 years about all things peace. We are looking for adult and teen volunteers to staff the village. This is a multi-cultural and multi-generation national program. Peace Village campers will attend August 8th to the 12th from 9 to 3pm. We will be at First Presbyterian Church Newport.
Chinook Winds – Tanya Tucker – Aug. 12th & 13th
A defining voice of country music and a modern day legend, Tanya Tucker inspired many female artists who still top the charts today. From the signature classic songs to the unforgettable sass and soul of her voice, Tucker has paved a path in country music and beyond through an unprecedented level of success and continues her longevity today due to a natural, undeniable talent.
When producer Billy Sherrill received a demo tape of Tucker, he quickly signed her to a record deal at Columbia Records. Her style has proven to be timeless ever since she recorded her debut single “Delta Dawn,” at age 13. The single earned a Grammy nomination for “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” and launched Tucker into the national spotlight during the beginning of her teenage years.
In 1972, she earned the “Top New Female Vocalist” award by the Academy of Country Music. With a wildly growing career at such a young age, the Tucker craze continued with her first number one single, in 1973, “What’s Your Mama’s Name.”
Tucker achieved an unusual feat for a female country artist at the time with a 1974 Rolling Stone cover story with the headline, “Hi, I’m Tanya Tucker, I’m 15, You’re Gonna Hear From Me.” As additional hits continued, Tucker added an edgy rock image, which she still embraces, to her musical taste with the album T.N.T, which was released in 1978. The gold certified album peaked at number two on the album charts. Through a collaborative relationship with Glen Campbell, Tucker transitioned to a new label in the early 1980’s and was back in the Top 10 with “Can I See You Tonight,” co-written by hitmaker Deborah Allen (Patty Loveless). Just a few years later, Tucker experienced another hit with “One Love at a Time,” co-written by Paul Overstreet (Randy Travis, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton). With four additional number one charted hits between 1986-1988, Tucker’s career, nearly two decades already underway, was proving to be one for the record books.
The 1990’s gave rise to some of Tucker’s most recognizable and career defining songs, “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane” and “It’s a Little Too Late.” New albums, along with multiple versions of greatest hits and live compilation projects, propelled Tucker to become one of the best selling female artists in country music. With a 1994 Super Bowl XXVIII halftime appearance, Tucker was a household name to stay.
Tucker’s latest honor, a special exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee, gives visitors the chance to step into Tucker’s rich personal life. “Tanya Tucker: Strong Enough to Bend” runs through May 2015 and features many of Tucker’s favorite items from various eras of her career. From her pink Harley Davidson to her own line of salsa, Tucker’s life is chronicled in a never-before-seen way for fans to get up close and personal with the legend.
As Tucker prepares new music and a new touring show, fans can expect the same classic, edgy, and unpredictable Tucker along with an indelible experience any country music fan is guaranteed to love.
Don’t miss your chance to see this country-music legend perform at Chinook Winds August 12 & 13, 2016 at 8pm!
Tickets are on sale May 12, 2016 at 8am! Reserve your seats by phone at 1-888-MAIN ACT (1-888-624-6228), in person at the Chinook Winds Box Office, or online.
Reserved Seating Tickets: $20 – $35. Must be 16 or older to attend.
Experience the phenomenon. The most eagerly awaited stage production ever will leap onto the stage. Visually stunning, technically astounding and with a musical score like none other you’ve ever heard.
Giraffes strut, birds swoop, gazelles leap. The entire savannah comes to life and as the music soars, Pride Rock slowly emerges from the mist.
See the Tony Award-winning Broadway sensation that Newsweek calls “a landmark event in entertainment.”The New York Times says, “There is simply nothing else like it.”
Marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of animals brought to life by a cast of more than 40 actors. Wonder at the inspiration of award-winning director Julie Taymor, who created visual images for this show that you’ll remember forever.
Thrill to the pulsating rhythms of the African Pridelands and an unforgettable score including Elton John and Tim Rice’s Oscar-winning song “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” and “Circle of Life.”
LCCC – Chessman Gallery – Ceramic Vessels by Jack Walsh – Aug. 12th – Sep. 5th
Delake School – Old School Classic Car Show – Aug. 27th
Lincoln City – Cruise the Oregon Coast – Aug. 27th
Polish up your classic ride, and head to Lincoln City for three weeks of car shows, music, and fun. Cruise the Coast, three classic car shows over three consecutive weekends starting in late August, is sure to get your motor running.
“The organizers of our three car shows have united to create a celebration of car culture here in Lincoln City,” said Ed Dreistadt, Director of the Lincoln City Visitor and Convention Bureau. “Our entire community is coming together to create weekends of car-related fun.”
This three-week car show promotion begins on August 27th, with the Old School Classic Car Show at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. From 10am to 4pm, old school rides from 1985 and older will line up on the Cultural Center lawn. Restored Ford Model As & Ts will be next to muscle cars, hot rods, rat rods, and art cars. With live music, food, and beverages, you have the perfect high-octane party. Early bird registration is $18 per vehicle up to July 1st, after which registration is $25. All registrants receive a custom dash plaque, goodie bag, and free continental breakfast.
Then on Saturday, September 3rd, the Chinook Winds Casino Resort parking lot is the destination for your surfin’ safari. The Surf City Classic Car Show is a great place to see high roller restorations and homemade dream cars from 10am to 6pm. Swapping stories with fellow gearheads is always more fun with a beer from the beer garden along with live music and food. Vehicle registration for the show is $10, and includes a tee shirt and $5 in free slot play.
Cruise the Coast concludes on September 10th at the Bay House Restaurant, where automotive masterpieces are on display against a breathtaking view of Siletz Bay during the Cruisin’ the Bay Car Show. From 9am to 2pm, check out the eclectic mix of cars on display along with live music. Volkswagen Beetles are just as likely to line up as a Pontiac GTO or Chevy Corvette. And to celebrate National Drive Electric Week, you can go for a ride in the innovative electric vehicles on display. Registration begins at 9am, and is $10 per vehicle.
For more information on Cruise the Coast, please visit www.oregoncoast.org/cruise-the-coast or call 541-996-1274.
Lincoln County – Habitat for Humanity – Volunteers Needed for Lincoln County Housing Construction Projects – Thru Sep. 1st
Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County (HFHLC) is a non-profit organization building homes and providing critical home repairs for low income families with volunteer labor, believing that everyone deserves to live in safe, decent and affordable housing. HFHLCs ReStores offer low cost building materials, furniture and appliances, providing much needed program revenue, and diverts usable and recyclable materials from our local landfill.
Times and dates are flexible. Locations are to be determined. Varying skills levels are needed. For more information or to sign up to volunteer, contact Nancy King at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-574-4437.
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Pacific Maritime Heritage Center – Joyce Gaffin Exhibit – Thru Sep. 4th
JOYCE GAFFIN: A MARITIME RETROSPECTIVE
NEW EXHIBIT AT THE PACIFIC MARITIME HERITAGE CENTER
The Lincoln County Historical Society is hosting a retrospective of Joyce Gaffin’s original maritime work at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center from March 3rd to September 4th, 2016. Many of the thirty works in this exhibit were lent to the Historical Society by private parties and collectors and have never been publicly exhibited.
An opening reception will be held at the Maritime Center on Newport’s historic bayfront, Friday, March 11th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Admission to this special event is free for Historical Society members and $5 for non-members. The artist will be present and light refreshments will be served.
Joyce Gaffin settled in Newport, Oregon in 1973, and began her career as a professional watercolorist on the docks where she painted commissioned works of commercial fishing boats at the Port of Newport and up and down the Pacific Coast. Gaffin continued to paint and exhibit her work throughout the Northwest during the 80s, 90s and 2000s up to the present. She taught watercolor workshops sponsored by the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts in Newport until 1995 and private plein aire classesmfor the following 10 years. She has taught art classes for children and adults through the Hatfield Marine Science Center, and classes for educators through the Lincoln County School District. Before coming to Newport she studied watercolor at the Cleveland Institute of Art and graphic arts at the University of Cincinnati, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Visual Design from the Institute of Design at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.
For more information, call 541-265-7509 or visit www.oregoncoasthistory.org
The Lincoln County Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that preserves and shares Lincoln County’s history. Visit the Burrows House Museum, 545 SW Ninth Street in Newport, and the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center, 333 SE Bay Blvd. in Newport. Burrows House admission is by donation. Pacific Maritime Heritage Center is $5 for adults, children 12 and under admitted free. Both museums are open 11 am to 4 pm Thursday through Sunday.
LCCC – Chessman Gallery – The Casbah – Sept. 9th – Oct. 10th
Siletz Elks Lodge 1664 – Siletz School Reunion 2016 – Sep. 17th-18th
An “Old School, All Class” reunion for all alumni of Siletz School who were students in a class with a graduation date through 1986 will be held at the Elks Lodge #1664 Campgrounds “Tokatee Illahee Park,” 20590 Hwy 229, approximately 3 miles north of Siletz, on Saturday & Sunday, September 17th & 18th, 2016. This reunion is not for graduates only but for anyone who attended Siletz School during that time period.
Classmates and their partners are invited to attend Saturday evening for a social get together from 6 to 11pm (bring your own snacks and refreshments) and Sunday from 10am-6pm during which a buffet lunch will be available. In addition, there will be a dessert bake-off with judging Saturday night, drawings and raffles both days, and commemorative t-shirts will be given out to those who have purchased them in advance. Classic car enthusiasts are invited to bring their fancy autos to show. Donations of items for raffles would be appreciated.
Tickets for the buffet lunch and t-shirts can be purchased on line or reserved through the mail. Cost for the lunch is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. T-shirts sizes S to XL will sell for $15, 2XL and over for $20. All T-shirts will be pre-sold with a cut-off date of August 31 for them and for discounted price of $20 for lunch tickets. Order forms and further information can be found on Face Book site “You Know You’re From Siletz If…..” More information is also available by contacting Manfred Sperling at 360-846-5755 or by e-mail at email@example.com or call Ray Goodell at 541-444-2254.
Attendees are asked to RSVP to help the committee get an estimated headcount assuring that there will be adequate food and seating. Campsites are available but limited so please reserve your space at Tokatee Illahee Park by calling 541-444-2733.
AMGEN & Arthritis Foundation – 7th Annual Arthritis Bike Classic Oregon – Sep. 17th-24th
LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Extreme Studies” by The MIX Fabric Art Group – Oct. 14th – Nov. 7th
Lincoln City Warming Shelter Needs Volunteers, Operations Mgr
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.
VOLUNTEER 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yachats Commons – 19th Annual Crafts on the Coast Harvest & Holidays Arts & Crafts Festival – Nov. 5th & 6th
The 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
Artisans 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
LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Three Rocks, Birding, Fishing & Art Making” by Victoria McOmie and Felt Sculpture by Laura Berman – Dec. 9th – Jan. 9th
LCCC – Chessman Gallery – “Making Our Mark” High Fiber Diet – 30 fiber artists of Western Oregon & Southwest Washington – Jan. 13th – Feb. 6th, 2017
The Lincoln City Cultural Center Upcoming Events
Lincoln 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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