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The Newport Seafood and Wine Festival Come join Newport’s biggest party by Nancy Steinberg

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he population of Newport is just over 10,000, but on the last full weekend in February every year it can swell to double that number. What brings people from far and wide to the coast in the throes of Oregon’s winter weather? The promise of fabulous food, plentiful drink, and the biggest party on the Oregon coast. The annual Newport Seafood & Wine Festival is a four-day signature event with a festival atmosphere where more than 150 vendors, including purveyors of seafood, craftspeople, and over 80 Northwest wineries offer an abundance of culinary delights and beverages in a gigantic tent in South Beach, Newport adjacent to the Rogue brewery. For most visitors, the heart of the weekend is the opportunity to sample and purchase a wide range of top-notch Northwest wines. Associated with the event is the longest continuous wine competition in the Northwest, judged by a panel of five nationally known wine experts. As the Northwest has grown as a wine producing region, so has the competition. Each Seafood & Wine Festival wine vendor may enter up to 4

three wines in the prestigious commercial competition. The judging for the competition happens before the festival so the winners can be announced and sold at the event. This year, 153 entries were received, and 92 medals were awarded (26 gold, 39 silver, and 27 bronze). One outstanding wine is given the prestigious Joseph H. Swafford Best in Show award. In 2018, that honor went to Bradley Vineyards for their 2015 Pinot Noir. Joseph Swafford, a recently-retired local wine shop and restaurant owner, served as the long-time judging coordinator. He has observed a dramatic increase in quality of wines in the competition, and in the Northwest over the decades. “I’ve watched Oregon winemakers struggle with the vagaries of the weather, learn what varieties of grapes do best in specific soil locations, and witnessed the successes that have brought world-wide attention to the resulting exquisite wines. We have much to be proud of from our Oregon and Northwest wines!” he reflected. Thomas “Mac” McLaren, a local sommelier who has judged the competition from its inception,


agrees. He noted, “We’ve seen a particular improvement in the white wines entered in the competition, and we’re seeing some unusual white varietals as well.” At the festival itself, attendees can purchase tastes, glasses, bottles, and cases of most wines, including the medal-winners. Paired with the excellent festival wines will be unparalleled seafood offerings. Newport is proud to be able to showcase the bounty of the Pacific that comes through its port every year. You’ll find crab, bay shrimp, oysters, salmon, albacore, and other local delicacies in abundance, as well as other types of food. The peak time for the entire event is Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm, so to help with traffic flow, no tickets will be sold at the gate that day – all Saturday tickets must be purchased online, and numbers will be limited. Increased personnel and two entrances to the festival tent will also assist in moving people through at peak times. Festival organizers warn that you’ll still have to expect waits on Saturday, though. To avoid the lines, try coming at a different time (see Insider Tips on page 7). Parking at the event costs $5 and is somewhat limited. A better option is to take the free shuttle, which will be running frequently all over town throughout the event. New this year is a special VIP entrance for guests holding special tickets including “Ruby Club Membership.” The Ruby Club provides guests entry through the new VIP entrance near the main entrance on all four nights and includes a host of other benefits. Even outside of the festival’s 50,000 foot tent there is plenty of fun to be found that weekend in Newport. The festival atmosphere spreads throughout the community, as many local businesses and organizations plan special events on the same weekend to take advantage of the crowds. Restaurants often have special menus and live music, shops will have wine sales featuring medal winners, and the local running club sponsors a 5K road race. Such a massive event requires the work of the entire Chamber of Commerce staff, an all-volunteer committee of two dozen, and hundreds of other volunteers who sign up to work the event. The generous sponsors make the event possible, and for the seventh year in a row, the festival’s presenting sponsor is Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Many of the volunteers perform their duties in exchange for a three-day pass to the event. A four-hour shift is all that is required, and out-of-towners are welcome. Check the event web site for details and to sign up. The primary purpose of the festival is to infuse a boost into the local economy at a time when it is ready for a boost. While revenues from festival admissions are reinvested in the community by the Chamber of Commerce, local organizations benefit as well. More than 20 local non-profit organizations participate as their annual fundraiser by providing services such as monitoring parking and cleaning up, and some have a booth that features one of the festival’s wineries and they ‘pour for proceeds.’ Bobbi Price, Festival Manager said, “It has been an honor to have such an integral role in the planning of the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival. Over the last 9 years I have watched it grow and develop in wonderful ways. One thing that I am continually impressed by and very thankful for is the incredible amount of community support that surrounds this event. It wouldn’t be possible to execute without the local committee that works year-round and 300 volunteers that come together through the weekend to create a successful event.”There are many reasons why Newport’s Seafood and Wine Festival is “The Original and Still the Best”. Of course, the fun makes this event number one on the Oregon coast! 5


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5 Insider Tips for Enjoying the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival

Come Thursday night

In recent years the festival has opened quietly on Thursday evening, informally referred to as “Locals’ Night.” This is the least crowded and most laid-back time to attend, and all vendors will be set up and ready to go.

Come After 2 pm on Saturday

Peak hours for the entire festival are 10-2 on Saturday. If you are looking for a leisurely stroll through the event, you will want to avoid Saturday and enjoy a day in Newport at other shops and area attractions. If you enjoy the crowd and hoopla, come after 2 pm on Saturday and go to dinner afterwards!

Sunday is a great day

Sunday is a more relaxed environment inside the big tents. You will have more elbow room and time to really peruse the booths and enjoy sampling and buying your favorite wine.

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Festival Seafood Slinging chowder in Booth 80 By Dennis Anstine

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t makes sense that Rebecca Cohen, a Newport native and librarian, can be found “slinging clam chowder in the tent” during the Newport Seafood and Wine Festival. “But just Mo’s,” she said, referring to the legendary restaurant on Newport’s Bayfront. “Only Mo’s, and we’re scooping it nonstop from open to close … usually about 35 gallons for a whole festival.” Cohen has been working the corner booth (80) in the north tent as a volunteer for at least 20 years and said there’s not much she doesn’t like about it. “It makes for great people watching,” she said, “and it’s nice and safe inside the booth. There’s about 15 of us and we usually do three-hour shifts, some of us working every day of the festival.” The booth, which represents the Yaquina Bay Optimist Club, usually grosses about $6,000 and “we clear about $2,000 to $2,500 a year,” Cohen said. “The profits go for college scholarships for Newport High seniors - four of them last year.” She also enjoys “chatting up people when we’re not busy, which isn’t very often. But some people have been coming back every year since it started more than 40 years ago. For what reason,” she said, “they just keep coming.” Maybe it’s the chowder? “Well, we do use Mo’s base that’s made on the Bayfront,” she said, “though we do reconstitute it with milk cooked at the festival. But everybody seems to like it.” And since most people who visit Newport lean toward experiencing a seafood feast during their stay, below are several other fishy booths at the festival:

Booth 59 — Asiatico Asiatico considers itself the Oregon Coast’s premier restaurant for fusion cuisine and sushi and will be serving their famous fresh sushi rolls at the festival. “We strive to serve fresh ingredients with the highest quality in mind.”

Booth 52 — Clearwater Restaurant Clearwater Restaurant located on Newport’s Historic Bayfront serves award winning and rave-worthy fresh and local food including seafood, high quality meats and specialty cocktails. Opened June 2016, Clearwater has become the new favorite for locals and visitors to the Oregon Coast, offering waterfront dining with live Sea Lion entertainment, bar, lounge and outside patio. Serving their famous Dungeness Crab Mac & Cheese at Booth #52.

Booths 25, 26 and 27 — Waldport Boosters Using fresh local seafood, the Waldport boosters will be raising funds while serving delicious seafood melts, including those with Dungeness crab, Pacific shrimp, albacore tuna, smoked salmon and blue cheese.

Booth 95 — Naturally Northwest Seafoods Serving fresh Yaquina Bay oyster shooters, Pacific shrimp cocktails and Dungeness crab cocktails. 10


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he 2018 Newport Seafood and Wine Festival’s Amateur Wine Competition took place on Sunday, January 28th. The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce received wines from amateur winemakers all around Oregon and Washington, as well as a few from Florida and Texas. Wines were sorted by variety and then arranged into flights to be blind tasted by a select panel of experienced judges. Scores were given for color, bouquet, taste, finish and overall impression. Twelve of the fifty-eight wines submitted earned a Gold Medal, fourteen wines earned Silver Medals, fifteen earned Bronze Medals, and seventeen of the submissions were non-medalists. The most prestigious award of the competition, Best in Show, went to Harry and Parker Craig with Blue Heron Cellars from Portland, Oregon for their 2015 Marionberry Port. The judges awarded a perfect score of 20/20, noting the smooth and lingering aroma, deep color, and enjoyable finish of the wine. All of the judges were impressed with the high quality of the Craig’s port and commented “The taste was exactly what you would expect of a Port,” on the score sheet. Gold medals were awarded to the following contestants: Jennifer Alderman (Nebbiolo Style), Gaylon Butler (Pinot Grigio), Gaylon Butler (Pear), Gaylon Butler (Merlot), Keith Giarrusso (Citrus Mead), Mindy Hamlin (Rose of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon), Robert Hatt (Malbec), Bruce S. Marsh (Plum Wine), Kenneth Stinger (Pinot Noir Pommard), and Michelle Waddell (Syrah). Silver medals were awarded to: Brian Campbell and Mark Bernard (Merlot), Marilyn Brown (Pinot Noir), Gaylon Butler (Amarone), Harry and Parker Craig (Pinot Noir), Tom Fries (Riesling), Christopher Gugel (Grapefruit Wine), Robert Hatt (Pinot Noir), Doug Howe (Pinot Noir), Mike Janisse (Boysenberry), Michael Johns (Riesling), Andrew Johnson (Blackberry wine), Travis Marcus (Syrah), Travis Marcus

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(Tempranillo), and Michelle Waddell (Lemberger). Bronze medals were awarded to: Kenneth Abbott (Marsannae-Roussanne), Jason Alderman (Strawberry Wine), Paul Boyechko (Pinot Noir), Bill Brown (Pinot Noir Pommard), Mike Doherty (Syrah), Rick Dunlap (Blackberry Wine), Tom Fries (Pinot Gris), Robert Hatt (Sangiovese), Doug Howe (Grenache/Syrah), Mike Janisse (Marionberry Wine), Randy Perdue (Strawberry Kiwi Wine), Randy Perdue (Currant Raspberry Kiwi Wine), Douglas Schenk (Pinot Noir), and Barbara J. Stinger (Zinfandel). The Amateur Wine Competition committee applauds each of the contestants for their commitment and dedication to winemaking. Medal winners will be displayed at the 41st annual Newport Seafood and Wine Festival presented by Chinook Winds Casino Resort on February 22-25, 2018. The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce would like to remind attendees that Saturday admission is by e-ticket only and there will be no general admission that day. Tickets are available online at seafoodandwine.com or on the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival mobile app.

Photo of Amateur Wine Competition judges and committee members displaying the ‘Best in Show’ bottle. Back row (left to right): Tony Herman, Dean Major, Erica Fruh, Bruce Brooks, and Grant Varney. Front row (left to right): Susan Andersen, Cynthia Scott, Don Weller, Ruby White, and Bob White.


Newport Seafood and Wine Festival 2018 Commercial Wine Competition results

BEST-OF-SHOW: Bradley Vineyard  •  Elkton, OR  •  2015 Pinot Noir Winery GOLD MEDAL WINNERS 14 Hands 14 Hands Artem Wine Company Bluebird Hill Cellars Bradley Vineyards Cardwell Hill Cellars Charles & Charles Columbia Crest D’Anu D’Anu Hawkins Cellars Honeywood Winery Macindoe Family Cellars Melrose Vineyards Melrose Vineyards Merrill Cellars Pinot Vista Vineyards Purple Cow Vineyards Red Diamond Red Diamond Redgate Winery Sweet Earth Vineyards Territorial Vineyards Valley View Winery William Rose Wines Zerba Cellars SILVER MEDAL WINNERS Capitello Wines Capitello Wines Capitello Wines Chateau Lorane Chateau Lorane Coleman Vineyards Columbia Crest Columbia Crest Crater Lake Cellars Emerson Vineyards Eola Hills Wine Cellars Garibaldi Cellars Garibaldi Cellars Hood Crest Winery J. Wrigley Vineyards J. Wrigley Vineyards Macindoe Family Cellars Melrose Vineyards Methven Family Vineyards & Winery Namaste Vineyards Namaste Vineyards Parrett Moutain Cellars Pudding River Wine Cellars Pudding River Wine Cellars Rainsong Vineyard

Booth Vintage Description

Region

77 77 90 75 131 38 176 123 55 55 162 73 63 166 166 11 110 165 121 121 178 180 46 66 36 37G

2015 2016 2016 2016 2015 2014 2015 2014 2014 2015 2015 NV 2010 2016 2014 2013 2015 2013 2013 2014 2014 2012 2015 2014 2015 2014

Merlot Red Blend Gewurztraminer Chardonnay Pinot Noir Pinot Noir Red Blend Red Blend Cabernet Sauvignon Tempranillo Syrah Mead Cabernet Sauvignon Pinot Gris Pinot Noir Red Blend Pinot Noir Petit Verdot Cabernet Sauvignon Red Blend Port Pinot Noir Pinot Noir Malbec Primitivo Red Blend

Columbia Valley Columbia Valley Willamette Valley Elkton, OR Willamette Valley Washington Columbia Valley Walla Walla Willamette Valley Yakima Valley NV Rogue Valley Umpqua Valley Umpqua Valley Rogue Valley Eola/Oregon Clarksburg California Washington Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Rogue Valley Oregon Walla Walla

155 155 155 172 172 65 123 123 126 150 136 35E 35E 31 98 98 63 166

2014 2015 2015 NV 2014 2015 2014 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2016 2012 2016 2014 2015 2015

Gewurztraminer Pinot Noir Pinot Noir Marechal Foch Port Mourvedre Pinot Gris Merlot Syrah Grenache Viognier Sparkling Chardonnay Pinot Noir Pinot Noir Cabernet Sauvignon Chardonnay Pinot Noir Pinot Gris Tempranillo

Oregon Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Oregon Rogue Valley Willamette Valley Columbia Valley Columbia Valley Rogue Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Columbia Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Umpqua Valley

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2016

Riesling

Eola-Amity Hills

151 151 88 129 129 15

2015 2015 2015 2016 2014 2014

White Port White Blend Barbera Chardonnay Syrah Pinot Meunier

Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Columbia Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley

Winery Booth Vintage SILVER MEDAL WINNERS (CONTINUTED) Redgate Winery 178 2016 Saginaw Vineyard 153 2017 Season Cellars 128 2013 Silver Falls Vineyards 118 2014 Spangler Vineyards 103 2014 Spangler Vineyards 103 2015 Spindrift Cellars 160 2016 Sweet Earth Vineyards 180 2014 Territorial Vineyards 46 MV Tesoaria Vineyard & Winery 28 2014 Three Acres 139 2015 VinTyr 17 2013 Wild Rose Vineyard 143 2015 William Rose Wines 36 2015 BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS Bradley Vineyards 131 2016 Cat Man Cellars 33 2015 Cat Man Cellars 33 2015 Chateau Lorane 172 2013 Coleman Vineyards 65 2014 Eola Hills Wine Cellars 136 2015 Garibaldi Cellars 35E 2017 Hawkins Cellars 162 2016 Henry Estate Winery 87 2016 Honeywood Winery 73 2015 Merrill Cellars 11 2015 Methven Family Vineyards 49 2015 & Winery Namaste Vineyards 151 2014 Noble Estate Winery & 99 2013 Vineyard Noble Estate Winery & 99 2016 Vineyard Phelps Creek Vineyards 50 2014 Phelps Creek Vineyards 50 2016 Purple Cow Vineyards 165 2011 Rainsong Vineyard 15 2015 Season Cellars 128 2013 Spangler Vineyards 103 2015 Spindrift Cellars 160 2014 Spindrift Cellars 160 2015 Three Acres 139 2015 Valley View Winery 66 2014 William Rose Wines 36 2016

Description

Region

Syrah Pinot Noir Syrah Red Blend Cabernet Sauvignon Dolcetto Pinot Gris Pinot Noir Red Blend Zinfandel Pinot Noir Red Blend Merlot Tempranillo

Umpqua Valley Willamette Valley Southern Oregon Willamette Valley Oregon Umpqua Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Oregon California Willamette Valley Clarksburg Umpqua Valley Oregon

Riesling Cabernet Sauvignon Zinfandel Early Muscat Pinot Noir Tempranillo Cuvee Bianco Viognier Gewurztraminer Red Blend Chardonnay

Elkton, OR Columbia Valley Columbia Valley Oregon Willamette Valley Umpqua Valley Willamette Valley Yakima Valley Umpqua Valley Oregon Oregon

Gamay Noir

Eola-Amity Hills

Merlot

various

Cabernet Sauvignon Rogue Valley Rose

Willamette Valley

Merlot Sauvignon Blanc Durif Sparkling Cuvee Red Blend Carmenere Pinot Gris Pinot Noir Baco Noir Syrah Muller-Thurgau

Columbia Gorge Columbia Gorge Clarksburg Willamette Valley Southern Oregon Southern Oregon Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Willamette Valley Applegate Oregon

RESULTS

153 entries in 2018 Gold Medals 26 · Silver Medals 39 · Bronze Medals 27 Total Medals 92

JOSEPH H. SWAFFORD BEST OF SHOW Bradley Vineyards, 2015 Pinot Noir, Elkton, OR

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“I know many people who have been volunteering [at the festival] for more than 20 years. We keep doing it because of established relationships with them, even if we only see each other once a year. In a way, it’s a big party.”

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“We have much to be proud of from our Oregon and Northwest wines!”

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SEAFOOD & WINE FESTIVAL DO’S AND DON’TS

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Do!

Get your tickets online for all festival dates and times. Take the free shuttle to the festival. Take a walk on the beach. Wear comfortable clothes and dress in layers. Bring your own (clear) glass for tasting or buy a festival glass at the event ($5). • Taste and taste and taste. • Drink wine. • Enjoy the festival!

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DON’T Forget that no tickets are sold at the door on Saturday. DON’T Drive under the influence. DON’T Play on logs or turn your back on the ocean. DON’T Wear ball gowns and five-inch heels. DON’T Expect vendors to pour tastes directly into your mouth. DON’T Hesitate to buy glasses, bottles, and cases. DON’T Skip the seafood. DON’T Wait a year to come back to Newport! DON’T Forget your valid photo ID (21 or older) DON’T Intentionally break your glass


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Festival Nonprofits Several groups offer their services By Dennis Anstine

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ne of the community benefits derived from the annual Seafood and Wine Festival is the use of many local nonprofit groups, which then return funds received back into the community for a variety of projects. Many of the groups serve as wine pourers, food handlers or parking managers, volunteering their services for the good of their organizations over the four-day festival. “We get a nice donation for parking vehicles in adjacent lots and directing traffic flow,” said Jim Myers, whose nonprofit of choice is the Newport Food Pantry. “Usually we split the funds with the Lincoln County HELP Program (Homeless Education and Literacy Project),” Myers said, “which totaled about $1,700 last year. This year, HELP’s not involved so we’ll get it all.” The nonprofit uses the funding to provide snack-packs for kids during school days and food for families at the pantry, which is located on Northwest 12th Street behind Newport’s First Presbyterian Church. The group usually delivers between 75 to 90 snack-packs each week to local schools, “though sometimes we serve more than 100 of them,” Myers said. The Food Pantry volunteers work the nearby parking lots, including the Oregon Coast Aquarium, charging $5

per space. The “grad night” committees for Waldport and Newport high schools serve as parking crews. “We usually have at least 15 working on our crew and school crews can have as many as 50,” he said. The nonprofit contribution to the festival continues to grow and includes more than a dozen groups, including: • The Newport Elks serve as the festival’s cleanup crew and also as wine servers. Others serving wine as their fundraiser are Altrusa Yaquina Bay, Newport Rotary, Toledo Chamber of Commerce, Yaquina Bay Yacht Club, Lincoln City Young Professionals and Lincoln County Master Gardeners. • Several nonprofits will be serving food, including: Waldport Boosters (crab melts); Newport Fire Department (seafood gumbo); Yaquina Bay Optimist Club (Mo’s clam chowder); and the American Legion is preparing food for the festival committee.

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Volunteers serve as festival’s core By Dennis Anstine

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s the 41st rendition of the Newport Seafood and Wine Festival creeps nearer, the point man for the nearly 400 volunteers who will work the Feb. 22-25 event is already in high gear. Doug Orr, who has served as chairman of the volunteer committee for some 15 years, took a deep breath when asked about what his life is like when February rolls around. “Well, it’s more of an all-year-around thing now,” said Orr, who owns and operates Ocean Tire Factory in Newport. “But February is always more than just a little crazy for me.” As a Newport native who has been involved in the festival for 26 years, the 52-year-old Orr considers it - and the ubiquitous giant tents in which the South Beach event calls home once a year - as the glue that binds the community to a common cause. “A large majority of our volunteers are from Lincoln County,” he said, “though some live out of state and fly back every year. We have a 75 percent return in volunteers each year, which is encouraging.” One of the things he likes about the festival is that there is always a learning curve because patrons and their attitudes seem to change from year to year. “So you have to be flexible, tweaking what you may have done a year 22

ago because it’s always about the little things,” he said. “But I’ve become involved year-around now, always kind of working behind the scenes.” Fortunately, he has a sub-committee that does much of the groundwork involving the volunteers, “though I oversee all of it. Someone has to, but so far I still enjoy it.”

A lot to do Orr said that long-time Newport resident Don Rowley “got me into this and eventually turned over the reigns so that I was responsible for taking down the tent at night during a rainstorm.” But with a 35-member committee overseeing the entire event, Orr said, devotion by those involved in the process continues to grow. “There’s always a lot to do,” he said, “whether it’s moving equipment around, managing the parking lots, checking ID wristbands, door counting, handing out wine glasses, picking up garbage or recycling cardboard.” It never ends, he added, “at least for me and my committee members.” They start planning for the next event each April and May and “our

involvement is pretty steady, then picks up as we get closer to the end of the year.” The payoff for all the work is simply because it’s good for the community. “We do it for the satisfaction of bringing a lot of money into the community at a time when we’re transitioning from winter into spring,” Orr said. “I don’t benefit, other than maybe selling a few more tires, but the community does.” There are always some detractors, he said, including those who consider the event dangerous for the community because of the amount of alcohol consumed inside the tent. “We’ve done the responsible thing as far as providing shuttle buses and an increase in the availability of taxis and community members providing rides,” Orr said. “So there’s a lot of opportunity for people to not drive.” Festival officials believe that having Lincoln County’s law enforcement officers working long hours during the four-day event has minimized the impact on community safety. Another security asset is the Lincoln County Sheriff ’s Mounted Posse, whose volunteers spend many hours patrolling the areas around the tent.

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Ruby Vip Club

Festival to repeat last year’s success By Dennis Anstine

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he Newport Seafood and Wine Festival’s managers will repeat last year’s introductory offer of the Ruby Club Membership cards, which, for $150 each, allows VIP entry and several other benefits. VIP ticketholders will gain entry to the tent for all four days and will be able to come and go as they please throughout the festival’s new VIP entry door No. 3, which is located adjacent to the general admission and E-ticket entries. Members will also receive a commemorative wine glass and a swag bag with coupons for free offerings from the more than 50 vendors at the festival. “We were excited to continue developing this ticket and made some changes for this year,” said Bobbi Price, the Newport Chamber of Commerce’s tourism and festival manager. Vendors offering discounts to VIP members and free wine tasting include (with booths), include: • J. Scott Cellars’ (135) — One free flight of three tastings and two tasting flights for the price of one at its Bayfront Tasting Room, 146 SW Bay Blvd. • HV Cellars (23) — One free glass of wine. • Naked Winery (85-86) — A free flight and 20 percent off of $6-plus bottles of wine. • Noble Estates (99) — 20 percent off one bottle of wine. Non-wine offerings include: • Oliver’s Gourmet (134) — One Bloody Mary bundle, which include a 32-ounce bottle of Bloody Mary mix. • Timberline Stained Glass (148-149) — Fifteen percent off all glass items. • Amy Tatala-Beck (48) — An 11-by-17 limited edition print of choice or a T-shirt from Fine Arts Collection and 20 percent off a purchase. 23


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ou’re here to eat seafood and drink wine, and by all means, please spend as much time as you can doing just that. But Newport is full of fun things to do in case you need to take a break from the giant tent.

Lighthouses Newport has two picturesque lighthouses that were historically used to guide and warn ships at sea. These historic treasures are now landmarks and tourist destinations as well as icons of our beautiful city. The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse in Yaquina Bay State Park is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Located just north of Newport in the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, the Yaquina Head Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in Oregon. www.yaquinalights.org

Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center Housed in a gorgeous building presiding over the east end of the Bayfront, the Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center is stunningly beautiful inside, a fitting home in which to explore Lincoln County’s maritime history and take in the bustling activity of the fishing fleet just across the street. Continued on page 26

Hatfield Marine Science Center Ever watch an octopus devour a live crab? Want to try your hand at generating electricity with a wave? Have questions about invasive species, underwater earthquakes, deepsea hydrothermal vents, or local fish species? You can do all this and more at the Visitor Center of Oregon State University’s Mark O. Hatfield Marine Science Center in South Beach. The Visitor Center houses exhibits related to HMSC faculty research, as well as touch tanks and a resident Pacific octopus. www.hmsc.oregonstate.edu 25


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Oregon Coast Aquarium

Nye Beach and the Bayfront

No visit to Newport is complete without a stop at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. This world-class attraction features indoor and outdoor exhibits that have repeatedly earned the Aquarium a ranking as one of the top ten aquariums in the nation. Visitors can wander through a range of permanent exhibits focused on local critters. One favorite is Passages of the Deep, named “The coolest 50 yards on the Oregon Coast!” by Spirit Magazine, a 1.32 milliongallon exhibit displaying a diverse array of marine animals including sharks up to 10 feet long. www.aquarium.org

Make sure to visit two lovely Newport neighborhoods while you’re here: Nye Beach, on the ocean, and the Bayfront, on the north shore of Yaquina Bay. Both areas have something for everyone, including unique shops, outstanding restaurants, and other attractions. On the Bayfront, make sure to stop by and say hello to the sea lions that loll (and bark!) on the pier near Port Dock One restaurant.

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