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FREE! July 26 - Aug. 1, 2013 • ISSUE 9, VOL. 9

Tides • Dining • Theater Events Calendar • Live Music



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Learn how to forage on Siletz Bay without spending a single clam

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They might well have put down roots but it’s still time to move on for many of the plants at Lincoln City’s Connie Hansen Garden, which will hold its Orphan Plant Sale on Saturday, July 27. The sale began as an outlet for the garden’s extra plant materials as well as those that had not grown as fast as expected, were not accurately labeled, had been produced faster than sold, or just needed new homes. Now, in addition to the orphans, the garden also offers prime specimens of favorite varieties, especially those that bloom in the summer and fall. The sale will run from 10 am to 2 pm and organizers encourage people looking for the best selection to arrive early. As well as perusing the plants for sale, visitors can make contact with like-minded gardeners and get advice regarding planting challenges. The Connie Hansen Garden was created by University of California botanist Connie Hansen during the last two decades of her life. Visitors from around the world came to enjoy her collection of unusual plants and to study the intricacies of her garden design. Since her death in 1993, a cadre of garden angels rescued the garden from sure destruction and have continued voluntarily to develop it further and keep it open free of charge to the public — adding a garden house for meetings, weddings, and other special occasions. The garden, located at 1931 NW 33rd Street, is open daily and hosted on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm, March through November. Admission to the garden is free, but donations are greatly appreciated. For more information, contact the Connie Hansen Garden at 541-994-6338 or go to www.

I’m shore I saw one One of the great advantages of whale watching compared to, say, bird watching is that you can do it from much further away, meaning that even the most ardent landlubber can get a piece of the action. A great place to learn the ropes of whale watching with your feet firmly on dry land is Rocky Creek State Park in Depoe Bay, where the Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society is holding its Summer Whale Watch Weekend on July 27 and 28. The free event will give attendees the chance to see Gray Whales as they come closer to shore in order to feed. Members of the ACS Oregon Chapter will be present to offer whale watching tips and provide information on whales, dolphins, porpoises and their habitats The event will run from 9 am to 1 pm at the park, just south of Depoe Bay. For more information, contact Joy Primrose, ACS Oregon Chapter president, at or 541-517-8754. For more information on the ACS, go to www.acsonline.or.

get out! A little light exercise What better way to celebrate National Lighthouse Month than with a fun run in the shadow of one of the most scenic lighthouses on the Oregon Coast? The Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses have organized just such a scamper, set to take place at 8 am on Saturday, Aug. 2, at the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area. The event, a partnership BLM, Coast Hills Running Club and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, will see runners of all ages, including dogs on leashes, tackle a 5-kilometer route through the 100-acre site. “This is a special time of year at the head,” Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses Promotions Coordinator Rebecca Field said, “native wildflowers, migrating and nesting shore and woodland birds, seals and their pups, resident gray whales, unique tide pool creatures and of course, the lighthouse are at their prime.” Pre-registration is available for $27 until Friday, Aug. 2. Thereafter, the fee is $35. Included in the cost is entry to the park, a 140th anniversary t-shirt, refreshments and entertainment at the finish

Lauren Craven, Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses executive director, with friend Jenny

line as well as two meal tickets to a noon Friends BBQ to be held at Yaquina Bay Lighthouse. Guests of the runners are invited to partake in the BBQ for a nominal fee. All proceeds will go toward restoration and interpretive projects for both of Newport’s lighthouses.

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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is looking for photos of people enjoying fishing, clamming, tide pooling, hunting and wildlife viewing to share on its website and in its publications. If you’ve been out on the ocean, fly fishing in a river, or trolling on a lake, the department is hoping your shots can help highlight the amazing natural resources Oregon has to offer. To submit digital photos, upload them via the ODFW website in the “About Us” section, in Photo/Video gallery. All photos should be high resolution — at least one megabyte in size. Photos should also have been taken in Oregon and the owner should have permission from all people shown in the photo to have the image displayed online and in print. For more information go to

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in concert Scott Cossu

Diagnosis: talented

Proof that talent was not handed out evenly to all of us will be on stage at First Presbyterian Church of Newport on Sunday, July 28, as nationally accomplished pianist Vincent Schmithorst performs a benefit concert for the Newport Symphony orchestra. When he is not belting out world-class piano music, Schmithorst is working at his day job — as a professor of pediatric radiology at Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati. Schmithorst won his first piano competition at age 7, performed with the Cincinnati Symphony at 11 and became UC’s second youngest degree earner with dual bachelor’s degrees in piano performance and physics by age 17. In his professional capacity, he investigates child development and disease diagnostics and has authored image processing software for functional magnetic resonance imaging. But those who feel it is simply unfair for one person to have so much talent can take comfort from Schmithorst’s view, expressed in an interview with UC Magazine, that

musical ability and scientific aptitude use the same parts of the brain. “Some argue that children who study music at an early age are just more intelligent, and that’s the reason they do better in math,” he said. “In an investigation now under way at Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati, however, we are using functional magnetic resonance imaging to look at the differences in brain function between musically trained subjects and musically naive subjects. After we complete our study, we may be able to prove objectively how early music study changes brain function.” Schmithorst said linking the teaching of math and music can help students gain a better understanding of both subjects. “Musical notes themselves have a mathematical basis, being produced by vibrations at specific frequencies,” he added. “Middle C is the sound we hear when something vibrates 256 times a second. Double that frequency to 512 and you have C above middle C, a note exactly one octave higher.” To hear Schmithorst in action, head to the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church of Newport, 227 NE 12th Street, at 2 pm on Sunday, July 28. General admission seating is $20 with tickets available at the door. For more information, go to

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Yachats Commons will ring to the sounds of Glen Miller, Duke Ellington and more on Thursday, Aug. 1 as the Yachats Big Band plays the latest in a series of community concerts. A nonprofit dedicated to preserving swing-era music, the Yachats Big Band invites people of all ages to

come and dance or just sit and let the music wash over them. The smoke- and alcohol-free concerts are held from 7-9 pm in the Yachats Commons, 441 Hwy. 101 N. A donation of $5 for each adult attendee is appreciated. Kids swing for free. Light refreshments of

coffee and cookies are also available by donation, with all proceeds going to the Friends of the Yachats Commons group, which supports the building’s upkeep. For more information about Yachats Big Band, go to or call 541-547-4252.

A grand old New Age gig New Age pianist Scott Cossu will put the Lincoln City Cultural Center’s 1920s Mason & Hamlin AA piano through its paces when he performs a solo concert on Friday, July 26, A composer, pianist and recording artist, Cossu was up front when New Age was just beginning more than 30 years ago. He was one of the first artists to join the Windham Hill label founded by Will Ackerman in 1976, joining musicians including guitarist Michael Hedges and fellow pianist George Winston. In those early days, Cossu toured with his label mates as they forged the way for the many artists that would follow in that genre. With his music departing from New Age to include jazz and classical elements, Cossu called his work “Heavy Mental” or “Cosmic National Geographic,” although Billboard Magazine dubbed him a “jazz luminary of the future.” Cossu’s best-known releases came with Windham Hill, including his 1981 “Wind Dance,” produced by George Winston and

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featuring Alex de Grassi — described as “a sparkling record,” by The Boston Globe. In 1984, came “Islands,” featuring flutist Dave Valentine and bassist Mark Egan. It instantly made Number 1 on the JAZZ National airplay list. Since joining the Portland based label Alula Visions, he’s released “Emerald Pathway,” “When Spirits Fly” and “Tides Between Us.” As well as performing and recording, Cossu keeps busy with projects that include TV advertisements, film documentaries and nature videos — working with award-winning photographer Art Wolfe as well as environmental artist Christo. Tickets to the Friday, July 26, performance are $12 in advance and $14 at the door, available from the center at 540 NE Hwy. 101 or by calling 541-994-9994. Doors will open at 6:30 pm, with the show starting at 7 pm. Beer, wine, sodas and candies will be sold inside the auditorium throughout the evening.

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CoastWatch to teach the beach Netarts will play host to the ďŹ rst of three intensive shoreline science workshops this summer, with ecologist Stewart Schultz giving students a grounding in everything from tidepools and estuaries to seabirds and marine mammals from Friday, July 26, to Sunday, July 28. In three full days, including ďŹ eld trips, slide talks and laboratory experiences, the workshop will cover the natural history of beaches, mudďŹ&#x201A;ats and marshes, rocky shores and the nearshore ocean. The course will also cover geology, coastal forests and wildlife as well as matters of concern such as marine debris and invasive species. Schultz is the author of â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Northwest Coast: A Natural History.â&#x20AC;? An Oregonian who grew up playing on the shore near Gearhart, he went to Reed College and obtained his doctorate in

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botany from the University of British Columbia. He worked on the Oregon Coast for the Nature Conservancy, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, gaining wide ďŹ eld experience, before pursuing an academic career as a professor at the University of Miami, and now the University of Zadar in Croatia. During the academic year, he studies marine ecology, as well as his specialty of plant evolution and genetics, but every summer he returns to the Oregon Coast to teach shoreline science. Schultz will be assisted by Fawn Custer, an experienced marine educator who taught for 14 years at the HatďŹ eld Marine Science Center. The workshop will be held the Netarts-Oceanside Fire District Meeting Hall, 1235 5th St. Loop, Netarts, begin-

ning at 8:30 am on July 26, and at 8 am on the ďŹ nal two days, and will run until approximately 4:30 pm each day. The cost is $50-$60 for CoastWatchers and Oregon Shores members, and $90 for others, who are invited to join Oregon Shores while registering and take the discount. The fee includes lunch and snacks for all three days. Teachers can obtain 26 Professional Development Units by taking the workshop. Reservations can be made online at or by contacting Custer at 541-270-0027 or fawn@; or Phillip Johnson at 503-754-9303 or phillip@oregonshores. org. The other summer workshops will be held in Newport from Aug. 8 to 10 and Coos Bay from Aug. 11 to 13.

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Small business owners and key personnel are invited to attend the 2013 Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Marketplace Roadshow at Oregon Coast Community Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lincoln City campus on Wednesday, July 31. The roadshow, presented by the Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s OďŹ&#x192;ce of Economic & Business Equity and the collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Small Business Development Center, aims to show how to eďŹ&#x20AC;ectively contract with the government, while giving business owners the tools and resources they need to grow their business. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For even the smallest Lincoln County businesses, the Roadshow is a tremendous opportunity to meet and enhance your relationship with public agency representatives and technical service providers,â&#x20AC;? SBDC director Dave Price said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hear directly from representatives from state agencies like BOLI (the Bureau of Labor and Industry) and others, on hand to hear your concerns and answer your questions in person.â&#x20AC;? The event will run from 8 am to 1 pm at 3788 SE High School Drive. Admission is $5, including lunch and a continental breakfast. To pre-register, go to http://oregongovoďŹ&#x192;ce.eventbrite. com/?s=15523371. For more information, call the SBDC at 541-994-4166 or email

Lifesaving skills will be on oďŹ&#x20AC;er at the Lincoln City Community Center in early August as a Red Cross Lifeguard gets underway. Lincoln City Aquatic Lead Colin Perkins and Aquatic Supervisor Ryan Smith will instruct the weeklong class, which runs from 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday Aug. 5 to Friday, Aug. 9. The cost is $100 and includes a lifeguarding book and CPR mask. Students will get to use new safety equipment purchased with a grant from the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians Charitable Contribution Fund, including â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ultimate VAT Girl,â&#x20AC;? the next generation in-water rescue manikin. The class is limited to 10 students, all of whom must be 15 or older and able pass a pre-swim test prior to enrollment. The test will take place at 4:15 pm Sunday, July 28, and will include a 300 meter swim (freestyle or breast-

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stroke), treading water for two minutes, and retrieving a dive brick from deep water. For more information, call the community center at 541-994-2131 or go to

Get into the fold Find out how to mix, crumple, cut, stamp, weave and punch your paper into your own unique creations in Paper Play, at the Newport 60+ Activity Center. The class is led by Fanny Drew, who has experience with origami, creating booklets, boxes and various other forms of paper craft. Classes are held every Thursday from 1-2 pm at the center 20 SE 2nd Street. To register, call 541265-9617. For a full list of classes at the center, go to www.

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shellfish gene Learn how to harvest crabs and clams without shelling out a cent by Patrick Alexander

Bill Lackner at work on Siletz Bay

Fresh seafood is not hard to come by on Lincoln City’s Siletz Bay. Mo’s will serve you up a bowl of its famed chowder; Tiki’s has a mean fish taco; and The Bay House offers any number of gourmet creations that change with the seasons. But for the very freshest seafood, it’s time to trade that napkin for a pair of wellies and get your feet dirty harvesting clams and crabs straight from the bay itself. ‘Easier said than done,’ you might say, but hold that defeatist thought right there — because Bill Lackner is here to show you how. Lackner is something of a legend on the local harvesting scene, with 45 years of clamming and crabbing experience and several books and pamphlets to his name. Having learned about marine biology while recovering from a back injury, Lackner started harvesting from Siletz Bay after coming to Lincoln County to visit his mother and simply never going home. In the 45 years since, he has developed an encyclopedic knowledge of the bay and its bounty. He said the bay’s high freshwater content limits its clam offerings to the soft shell and purple varnish varieties, both of which have adapted to deal with low salinity. Since the turn of the century, he said, sedimentation has reduced the bay’s average depth from near nine feet to about 18 inches, greatly increasing the size of the tidal flats from which the clams can be plucked. At low tide, almost the entire bay transforms into prime clamming territory. Meanwhile, he said, summer sees male crab begin to return to the bay after mating season. At first they are soft shelled after molting and make for poor eating. But toward September, they start to harden up and offer more meat for the lucky

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crabber who snags one. Throughout the summer, Lackner is running workshops that offer the wealth of his crabbing and clamming expertise, beginning with rules and regulations and moving through the gathering process all the way to suggestions on the best recipes for enjoying the catch. And how much should you expect to shell out for such an education? Nothing. Not a single clam. Lackner is able to offer the workshops free of charge thanks to the Lincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureau, which has provided support in the form of publicity and supplying volunteers to help out. “You cannot say enough good things about Lincoln City and their support of clam diggers and crabbers,” he said. “It’s the only city on the entire Oregon Coast that supports clam digging and crabbing in a functional manner.” Lackner said the extra volunteers are crucial for classes like his most recent clamming workshop, which saw about a hundred people take to the bay. The classes, which began in June and run through September, are timed to coincide with the most favorable clamming conditions, where low tides line up with warm weather to make for a pleasant and productive day on the bay. Lackner said many of the participants have gone home having harvested their daily limit of 72 purple varnish clams — a limit doubled earlier this year to make it easier to gather enough for a full meal. Each clamming class begins with a half hour slide presentation where Lackner gives students and overview of regulations, equipment and safety issues. After that, the group heads to the bay for an hour and a half to two hours of clam digging. Participants who need a clam-digging shovel

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— like a regular garden shovel but with a narrower head — can buy one at the class for $23. The crabbing classes begin with a 15-minute lecture at pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in Taft, covering rules and regulations. After that, its time to get the traps in the water. Lackner recommends the Crab Max folding trap, which is manufactured in Lincoln City and available to buy at the class for $30. Traps are also available at Eleanor’s Undertow in Taft, Bob’s Small Engine and Siletz Moorage. Participants in the classes must have an Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife shellfish license, which are available from BiMart as well as Eleanor’s Undertow. For residents, an annual license costs $7.50. Nonresidents can get an annual license for $20.50 or a 3-day pass for $11.50. Lackner is a natural teacher, as likely to regale students with tales of his days in the navy as he is to clue them in to a particularly tasty clam recipe. Having been stationed at Bikini Atoll during tests of the atomic bomb, Lackner says he only survived to tell the tale by hiding below decks after the first explosion — refusing direct orders to return to his post. As to those recipes, stay in his good books and he might tell you how to throw together the perfect crab Louie or even his Thanksgiving clam chowder. And don’t be surprised if a former student interrupts the class to pass on their regards to the man who taught them how to forage — just such a thing happened a few years back, right on Siletz Bay. “This guy comes up and shakes my hand” Lackner said, “and says ‘I want to thank you for teaching me how to dig purple varnish clams I love them so much I bought a house in Taft.’” “That’s rich,” he said. “That is just so good.”

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If you go CLAMMING WORKSHOPS: scheduled for Friday, Aug. 2, at 2:45 pm; Friday, Aug. 16, at 1:15 pm; Friday, Aug. 30, at 1:30pm; Friday, Sept. 6, at 5 pm; Friday, Sept. 13, at noon; and Friday, Sept. 20, at 5 pm — all starting at Driftwood Public Library, 801 SW Hwy. 101, . Participants should bring gloves. Clam bags and 5-gallon buckets are available to buy at the class. CRABBING CLASSES: will take place Friday, July 26, at 9:30 am; Friday, Aug. 9, at 8:30 am; and Friday, Aug. 23, at 8:30 am. As well as a trap, participants will need rubber gloves, a crab measure and a large pack of chicken legs to use as bait.

For more information, call Lackner at 541-265-5847 or go to the Lincoln City VCB website http://www.oregoncoast. org/crabbing-and-clamming-clinics.


Do not myth it The Dig Into Reading! summer reading program will continue on Wednesday, July 31, and Thursday, Aug. 1, as Portland storyteller Ken Iverson visits libraries throughout Lincoln County to tell traditional and contemporary folktales and myths from around the world. Iverson has been telling stories most of his life, ever since an early fascination with Jonathan Winters led him to write and perform stories for friends when he was 17. He loves the connection that sharing stories creates and how the telling of a story can bring people together. He believes that, while laughter is not the only medicine, it is the most fun to take. His energetic telling of Jack Tales, Arthurian tales and world folktales has been enthusiastically received. On Wednesday, July 31, Iverson will be telling tales at 10 am at the Waldport

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Public Library, 460 NW Hemlock Street; at 1 pm at the Newport Public Library, 35 NW Nye Street; and at 6:30 pm at Driftwood Public Library 801 SW Hwy. 101, Lincoln City. On Thursday, Aug. 1, he will be at Toledo Public Library, 173 NW 7th Street, at 11 am; and at

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Siletz Public Library, 255 S. Gaither Street, at 1 pm. Iversonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lincoln County shows are funded by Ready to Read grants from the Oregon State Library and the Lincoln County Library District. For more information about this or any other summer reading presentations, contact your local library.

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This oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a keeper Time is running out to register for Lincoln City Recreation Departmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Outdoor Youth Soccer League, with the deadline set for Saturday, July 28. This formative league is for children aged 4-13. Games will be played every Saturday morning at Taft 7-12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Voris Field, and practices will be held during the week as determined by coaches. Children will be assigned to a team based on their age: 4-5 year olds; 6-7 year olds; 8-9 year olds; and 10-13 year olds. A mandatory draft is set for 6 to 8 pm on Friday, Aug. 2, and Saturday, Aug. 3, in a location to be announced. Volunteer coaches and team sponsors are still needed. A sponsorship is $200 per team and includes your business name on the front of team shirts and a framed photo of the team you sponsor. For more information contact Karl McShane at 541-9961233 or via email at

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Seeking a raft of craft Crafts on the Coast is accepting applications from The event will take place on 10 am to 5 pm Saturday, vendors interested in selling their wares at the 16th Nov. 2, from and Sunday, Nov. 3, at Yachats Commons, Annual Harvest & Holidays Arts 441 N Hwy 101, Yachats. & Crafts Festival, which will ďŹ ll In order to be considered for the Yachats Commons in early this juried event, artists, craftsNovember. people and producers of gourmet Apply now for the Crafts on the The free, family friendly event food must send in an application Coast festival. Call 541-547-4738 for presents 70 exhibitors from the form accompanied by photos of an application. Deadline is Aug. 23. PaciďŹ c Northwest, oďŹ&#x20AC;ering items their work by Aug. 23.. First-time ranging from gallery-quality crafts exhibitors are welcome, as are art and ďŹ ne art to gourmet food as well as free tastings and crafts created by using recycled materials. For an and craft demonstrations. application form, call 541-547-4738.

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The pool at the Lincoln City Community Center — an oasis of calm amid a hectic world. A place where people start their day with tranquil exercise that soothes the soul and clears the mind. Not this Friday. To celebrate the launch of “Teen Beach Movie,” community center staff are transforming the natatorium into a hip beach scene, complete with poodle skirts and palm trees, for a Radio Disney beach party. From 6 to 9 pm Friday, July 26, the pool will resound with music from the ‘50s and ’60s, accompanied by swimming, dancing, games, food and fun as well as a costume contest for surfers, bikers and bubble-gum chewing beach babes. All ages are invited, and regular admission will be charged: $2.25 for children age 17 and under; $3.25 for resident adults; and $5.50 for non-resident adults. For more information, call 541-994-2131, go to www., or stop by the community center, 2150 NE Oar Place.

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Go teen! Fantastic surf, wonderful beaches, beautiful people singing and dancing at the slightest provocation — all just part of day-to-day life at the Oregon Coast. But, in recognition that some people are not as geographically blessed, the folks at Disney have made “Teen Beach Movie” to show the rest of the world what they are missing. To celebrate the launch of the new Disney Channel movie, the Lincoln City Cultural Center is holding an outdoor screening on Saturday, July 27. The movie tells the story of a pair of young surfers who catch one wave too many and find themselves transported a parallel dimension — one which bears a striking resemblance to “West Side Story.” Cue thrills, the occasional tear and, of course, a whole lot of singing. The screening will begin at 8 pm on the center’s front lawn but the fun starts much earlier than that, with the Radio Disney crew presenting games, crafts and live performances from 5-8 pm. Watch hula dancers, make a lei, take a land-locked surfing lesson or get a henna tattoo. Lincoln City Relay for Life will also be present at the event, running a fund-raising booth selling items including baked goods and luminaria lanterns. Admission, which includes entry into the movie screening, is $5 for adults and $4 for kids aged 6-18. The center is located at 540 NE Hwy. 101. For more information, call 541-994-9994.

The stars of Disney Channel’s “Teen Beach Movie”

Make-n-Take art classes To celebrate the release of “Teen Beach Movie,” the Lincoln City Cultural Center is offering beach themed Maken-Take art classes on Saturday, July 27, and Sunday, July 28. The classes, aimed at kids aged 8 to 12 are $15 apiece, including all materials. To register, call the Cultural Center at 541-994-9994. Or drop by, 540 NE Hwy. 101 between 10 am and 4 pm any day except Tuesday. SATURDAY, JULY 27 9:30-11 AM — Build a Pirate Ship Build a wooden pirate ship, with creative parts and decorations 1-2:30 PM — Create Your Own ‘50s Sunglasses Get into the “Teen Beach Movie” spirit with custom-made retro shades SUNDAY, JULY 28 9:30-11AM — Shell Necklaces Design and string the perfect beach luau accessory 1-2:30 PM — Magic Rings & Dream Catchers Use copper wire to create dreamy jewelry and home décor

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If you didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get enough ďŹ reworks this Fourth of July, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still a chance to get your pyrotechnics ďŹ x. The annual Toledo Summer Festival runs from Friday, July 26, to Sunday, July 28, and with a theme like this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boom City USA, you know itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to be a blast. The ďŹ reworks are planned for 10 pm on Saturday, July 27, but the festival oďŹ&#x20AC;ers a whole host of activities to enjoy before then. The history of the Toledo Summer Festival is a little murky. It originated more than 100 years ago and has been held oďŹ&#x20AC; and on ever since. The current iteration has been going strong for 23 years and shows no sign of stopping. Last year saw more than 30,000 visitors with more predicted this year thanks to the Texaco County Showdown â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a nationwide talent contest hosted by country music radio stations throughout the U.S. Local station KSHL 97.5 is hosting the local ďŹ nals at the Toledo Summer Festival with Toby Murry Toyota as the presenting sponsor. The ďŹ nal showdown is at 7 pm on Saturday, with a prize of $500 up for grabs. The winners will go on to represent KSHL in the Oregon State Finals in Coos Bay. State winners go on to Nashville and a chance to win top prizes. Even if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not into country music, the festival oďŹ&#x20AC;ers plenty of other things to get excited about, including a logging show staged in celebration of Toledoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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roots as a timber town. The show features 11 adult events and three kids events, including axe throwing, steeplechases, four man relays, and an obstacle pole. This show is for amateur competitors only, so you get to watch your friends and neighbors compete. Sign ups for the show begin at 1 pm on Saturday and are open for 45 minutes. The fun begins at 2 pm and there are even prizes for the winners. Axe throwing skills a little rusty? How about singing? Besides the Country Music Showdown, the festival also has the Toledo Idol Karaoke Competition. Again, open to amateurs only, this competition is also for all ages. The tryouts begin at 7 pm on Friday, with sign ups starting at 6 pm. 15 semi-ďŹ nalists ging show local log (10 adults and Toledoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ďŹ ve kids) will go on to compete in the ďŹ nals at 1 pm on Sunday. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re afraid that your singing is best left in the shower, you could try your hand at baking, but youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll face some steep competition. The Bake OďŹ&#x20AC; has grown from just eight pies in its ďŹ rst year to a contest with several categories including pies, cupcakes and more, spread across adult and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s divisions. The Bake

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OďŹ&#x20AC; is at 1 pm on Sunday. All entries must be homemade and turned in between 11 am and 12:45 pm. There are kid and adult divisions. A panel of 12 judges will selďŹ&#x201A;essly sacriďŹ ce their time to taste each one and pick a winner. After the judging, everyone gets to dig in. Still havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t found something you can compete in? There is also a 5k run/ walk. Get prepped for all those Bake OďŹ&#x20AC; goodies by hooďŹ ng it through Toledo and enjoying the sights. Water and sideline cheers are guaranteed to help you along your way. The registration fee is a donation to the Toledo High Track and Field Team. The race starts at 9 am on Saturday and is presented by Les Schwab Tires. If you are more of the sidelines type, there is still plenty for you to see and do. Besides watching the competitions, to o h p Y TODA there are two parades, food and craft booths, bingo, sidewalk chalk art, a carnival, and of course, the ďŹ reworks. A DJ will also be on had on both Friday and Saturday evenings. All in all, it should be a great weekend in Toledo. To get in on the fun or just come and watch, check out the schedule at The bulk of the festival is held at Memorial Field at the junction of NW A Street and NW 1st Street. Admission is $7.50 for a three-day pass, or $6 per day.



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9 AM-9 PM: Go-Karts and Astro Test ride, south of Lumbermanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Park near Jerry Creasy Drive

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NOON, 2 PM & 4 PM: Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad trains leave Garibaldi for Rockaway Beach. Trains leave Rockaway Beach for Garibaldi at 1 and 3 pm

NOON-5 PM: Kids Fish Tank in Lumbermanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Park.

6:15 pm: Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad Dinner train leaves Garibaldi. For more information, call 503-8427972.

NOON-4 PM: Garibaldi Museum Silent Auction and blacksmith demonstration.

7-10 PM: Teen DJ dance at the Old Mill Lodge, 210 3rd Street. Free admission and refreshments.

1 PM-6 PM: Live music in the food court area on S. 6th Street â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ocean Bottom Country Bues, Eric Wil Duncan, Coaster, Sedona Fire.

8 PM-MIDNIGHT: LIVE MUSIC - The Distractions at the Ghost Hole Public House

1 PM: Rowdy Referees show on Lumbermanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Park stage.

Friday, July 26 8 PM-MIDNIGHT: The Distractions at the Ghost Hole Public House

5 PM: LIVE MUSIC - Taska and the Outlaws at Kelleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Place

11 AM-NOON: Parade

10 AM-6 PM: Vendors open on Hwy. 101 near S. 3rd Street.

7 PM: Taska and the Outlaws at Kelleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Place

4 PM: Magic show in Lumbermanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Park

Evening entertainment includes Responsible Party from Portland

9 PM-MIDNIGHT: Responsible Party at The Garibaldi Pub & Eatery

1 PM: Garibaldi Fire Department vs U.S. Coast Guard Softball Game, Garibaldi Grade School, 604 Cypress Avenue.

3 PM: U.S. Coast Guard vs Garibaldi Fire Department â&#x20AC;&#x153;waterballâ&#x20AC;? tug of war, Biak Avenue in the Port of Garibaldi area

9 PM-MIDNIGHT: LIVE MUSIC - Responsible Party at The Garibaldi Pub & Eatery 10 PM: Fireworks at the Port of Garibaldi.

Sunday, July 28 11 AM-6 PM: Live music at the food court area on S. 6th Street â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ocean Bottom Country Blues, Eric Sappington, Benny & the Bay City Rockers, Deathgrass.

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friday • july 26 Toledo Summer Festival Memorial Field • Toledo The summer celebration kicks off with a kids parade at 6 pm and the semi-finals of Toledo Idol Karaoke at 7 pm. A carnival, food and vendor booths, bingo and a beer garden round out the fun. 6 pm-midnight, at the junction of NW A Street and NW 1st Street.

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Lincoln City Community Center See the pool transformed into a hip beach scene to celebrate the launch of Disney’s “Teen Beach Movie.” Dig out your poodle skirt and practice your twist for this all-singing, all-dancing party, complete with a costume contest. 6-9 pm, 2150 NE Oar Place. $2.25 for children 17 and under; $3.25 for resident adults; and $5.50 for non-resident adults. FMI, call 541-994-2131 or go to

Roll up, folks Twist Wine Company • Pacific City The Pacific City Folk Festival gets underway, with performances from Don

Dover, Jerry Towell, The Tummybuckles, Andy Goncalves, Gary Furlow and John Manns. 6 to 9 pm, 6425 Pacific Avenue. FMI, call 503-965-6887. Continues July 27.

“Picasso at the Lapin Agile”

“Teen Beach Movie”

Kilchis Discovery Day

Silent Auction

Newport Performing Arts Center 7:30 pm, 777 W Olive Street. See July 28 listing for full details.

Lincoln City Cultural Center Celebrate the launch of the new Disney Channel movie at this outdoor screening. The Radio Disney crew will present games, crafts and live performances from 5 pm until the movie starts at 8 pm. $5 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-18. 540 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-9994.

Kilchis Park • Bay City Discover the natural beauty on offer at this historic park with free family outdoor interactive learning organized by the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership. 1-3 pm, turn west from Hwy. 101 opposite the ReStore. FMI, call 503-842-4553.

Garibaldi Museum This year’s auction items will include a 24” handcrafted model of the USCG Eagle, tour of New England Gift Baskets, gift certificates and more. Proceeds go towards enhancing museum exhibits. Free. Noon-4 pm, 112 Hwy. 101. FMI, call 503 322-8411.

Theater auditions

Garibaldi Days The Old Mill • Garibaldi Get the festival off to a good start with a whiz on the go-karts, a turn on the Astro Test space simulator and a ride on the sightseeing train to Rockaway Beach. Cap the evening off with a choice of three gigs at local pubs. Fun starts at 9 am, centered on the Old Mill, 210 3rd Street.

“The Fox on the Fairway” Theatre West • Lincoln City A tribute to the great English farces of the 1930s and 1940s, this comedy from Ken Ludwig pulls the rug out from underneath the stuffy denizens of a private country club. Doors at 7:30 pm, curtain at 8 pm, 3536 SE Hwy. 101. $12/ adults; $10/seniors and students; $8/ under 12s. To reserve tickets, call 541994-5663, leave a message.

Yachats Commons 7 pm, 441 Hwy. 101 N. See July 28 listing for full details.

Scott Cossu Lincoln City Cultural Center Hear the New Age performer give the center’s 1920s Mason & Hamlin AA piano a workout it will never forget in this solo show. $12 in advance/$14 at the door. Doors at 6:30 pm, show starts at 7 pm, 540 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-9994.

Manzanita Farmers Market 5th and Laneda • Manzanita Fresh vegetables crafts and more. 5-8 pm in the Kamali/Sotheby’s Realty parking lot, 5th and Laneda. FMI, call 503-939-5416 or go to

Lincoln City Cultural Center Beach themed art classes in honor of “Teen Beach Movie” — build a pirate ship from 9:30-11 am or create your own ‘50s sunglasses from 1-2:30 pm. $15, including supplies. To register, call 541994-9994. Or drop by, 540 NE Hwy. 101, 10 am to 4 pm except Tuesdays.

“The Fox on the Fairway” Theatre West • Lincoln City Doors at 7:30 pm, curtain at 8 pm, 3536 SE Hwy. See July 26 listing for full details.

Toledo Summer Festival Memorial Field • Toledo The summer celebration reaches its grand finale, with the finals of Toledo Idol karaoke and the muchanticipated bake off, both at 1 pm. A carnival, food and vendor booths, bingo and a beer garden round out the fun. Noon-5 pm, at the junction of NW A Street and NW 1st Street.

Make-n-Take art Lincoln City Cultural Center Beach themed art classes in honor of “Teen Beach Movie” — create shell necklaces from 9:30-11am, or magic rings & dream catchers from 1-2:30 pm. $15, including supplies. To register, call 541-994-9994. Or drop by, 540 NE Hwy. 101, 10 am to 4 pm except Tuesdays.

Newport Symphony orchestra Benefit. $20. 2 pm, 227 NE 12th Street. FMI, go to www.newportsymphony. org.

Summer Whale Watch Weekend Rocky Creek State Park • Depoe Bay Join volunteers from the Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society keeping their eyes peeled for Gray Whales as they come closer to shore in order to feed, as well as other wildlife. Free. 9 am–1 pm, just south of Depoe Bay. For more information contact Joy Primrose at marine_ or 541-517-8754.

Garibaldi Days Fashion to a Tea Shilo Inn & Suites Oceanfront Hotel • Newport Check out jewelry, accessories and clothing and buy outfits right off the runway at this fundraiser for the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. $30. 1 pm in the hotel ballroom, 536 SW Elizabeth Street.

Vincent Schmithorst First Presbyterian Church of Newport Pediatric radiologist by day, concert pianist by night, Schmithorst lends his considerable talents to this

The Old Mill • Garibaldi Live music at the food court, go-karts, the Astro Test space simulator and a ride on the sightseeing train to Rockaway Beach, fill out the festival’s third and final day. Fun starts at 9 am, centered on the Old Mill, 210 3rd Street.

“Picasso at the Lapin Agile” Newport Performing Arts Center Picasso and Einstein bump into each other in a Paris

bar and talk the night away in this play written by comedian Steve Martin. Unlikely you say? Well, relatively... $16 general admission; $14 for students/ seniors; $20 for ‘amuse bouche’ seating including drink and dessert. 2 pm, 777 W Olive Street. FMI, call 541-265-ARTS.

Hands-on Picnic Foods South Beach Community Center • Newport Learn how to make perfect picnic foods like pretzelcrusted ‘fried’ chicken, summer shrimp rolls, sweet and tangy melon slaw and s’mores bars. 1-4 pm 3024 SE Ferry Slip Road. $39, includes ingredients, instruction and recipes. To reserve a spot, call 971-506-6695 or email

Lincoln City Farmers Market Lincoln City Cultural Center Drop by the front lawn of the cultural center to sample coffee, cookies, crafts, treats and pick up fresh produce. 9 am-3 pm, 540 NE Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-994-9994. FMI, go to www.

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sunday • july 28

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“Picasso at the Lapin Agile”

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“Teen Be Disney Channel’s

Memorial Field • Toledo The day starts with a fun run at 9 am, followed by the gran parade at noon. The local logging show at 2 pm and the Texaco Country Showdown at 7 pm pave the way for fireworks at 10 pm. A carnival, food and vendor booths, bingo and a beer garden round out the fun. 9 am- midnight, at the junction of NW A Street and NW 1st Street.

“Picasso at the Lapin Agile” Newport Performing Arts Center 7:30 pm, 777 W Olive Street. See July 28 listing for full details.

Garibaldi Days The Old Mill • Garibaldi The festival gets into its full swing, with the parade, live music, entertainment and a “waterball” tug of war between firefighters and the coast guard. Live music at three pubs keeps the part going into the wee small hours. Fun starts at 9 am, centered on the Old Mill, 210 3rd Street.

Crestview Golf Club • Waldport Break out the putters for this fundraiser to benefit the Beachcomber Days festival and South Lincoln Resources. $40, includes BBQ lunch and prize draw. 9 am start. To enter, go to

Newport Farmers Market

Blacksmith demo Garibaldi Museum See Gary Lewis from Lone Wolfe Forge create useful items from the colonial period in the museum’s parking lot. Free. Noon-4 pm, 112 Hwy. 101. FMI, call 503 322-8411.

tuesday • july 30

Golf tournament

Newport City Hall 9 am-1 pm, Hwy. 101 and Angle Street. FMI, go to www.newportfarmersmarket. org.

Tillamook Farmers Market 2nd Street • Tillamook 9 am to 2 pm, 2nd Street and Laurel

Avenue. FMI, contact Lauren at 503812-9326.

Neskowin Farmers Market Neskowin Beach Wayside 9 am-1 pm, right off Highway 101.

2nd Street Public Market 2nd Street • Tillamook Brent McCune will play from 1-3 pm. 2003 2nd Street, FMI, call 503-842-9797.

Stuff a Boat Grocery Outlet • Lincoln City Help Operation Care Package collect supplies for U.S. troops stationed abroad. Items from snacks to toiletries and DVDs to sunblock all welcome. 8 am-4 pm, Lighthouse Square, 4157 Hwy. 101. FMI, call 541-765-2297.

The Sliding Knot Heartsong Beads • Seal Rock A free demo on how to master the knot that is a simple alternative to metal clasps or cord ends, making necklaces or bracelets adjustable. 4-5 pm,10343 North Pacific Hwy. FMI, call 541 563 8789.

Fair trade

“Kon Tiki”

Summer Surf School

Don’t myth this

4-H fashion revue

OSU Extension Service • Tillamook Volunteer as a clerk to help judges at the Tillamook County Fair Aug. 7-10 and get free entry. Training sessions at 1 and 7 pm at the extension service office, 2204 Fourth Street. FMI, call 503-842-3433.

Newport Performing Arts Center The Bijou’s summer film series continues with this award-winning documentary, based on the true story of Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl’s astonishing voyage from South America to Polynesia on a balsa wood raft in 1947. $7.50. 7 pm, 777 NW Olive Street.

Ossie’s Surf Shop • Newport Learn how to surf or learn how to surf better at this threeday class. Two hours each day. Rental gear included. Just bring a positive attitude. $110. Open to anyone 9 years or older. One-day drop in also available for $60. Call 541574-4634 or sign up online at

Waldport, Newport & Lincoln City Portland storyteller Ken Iverson will recount traditional and contemporary folktales and myths from around the world in this Dig Into Reding performance. Free. 10 am,Waldport Public Library, 460 NW Hemlock Street; 1 pm, Newport Public Library, 35 NW Nye Street; 6:30 pm, Driftwood Public Library 801 SW Hwy. 101, Lincoln City.

Tillamook County Fairgrounds • Tillamook Check out the knitting, crocheting and sewing skills of 4-Hers of all ages at this free fashion show, featuring hand-made garments as well as personalized, storebought clothing. 7 pm in the auditorium at the fairgrounds, 4603 East 3rd Street.

“Kon Tiki” Newport Performing Arts Center 7 pm, 777 NW Olive Street.See July 29 listing for full details.

Theater auditions Yachats Commons Try out for one of the eight roles in “The Little Theater’s Production of Hamlet” about a big city director trying to stage Shakespeare’s most famous tragedy in smalltown West Virginia. One of Us Productions is seeking six women and two men for the roles. 2 pm, 441 Hwy. 101 N. FMI, call director Robbie Schoonover at 541-547-3786.

Aloha Spirit Oceans Apart • Lincoln City Join the Bodacious Beach Beauties of Lincoln City for this red hat meeting, where clinical social worker Jeanne O’Connor will be presenting “Understanding Medicare.” 1 pm, 1512 SE Hwy. 101. RSVP by Sunday, July 28 to Queen Mum Kathleen at 541-992-3399; or Princess Elizabeth at 541-994-6902.

Body sculpting Newport 60+ Activity Center Prepare for the gym, tone up, or just stay active with this class led by veteran instructor Chris Gary. 5:30 pm every Monday and Thursday in the center’s Wellness Studio, 20 SE 2nd Street. FMI, call 541 265 9617 or go to www.

The Perfect Stretchy Bracelet Heartsong Beads • Seal Rock Learn the secrets of the perfect stretchy bracelet in this free demo — including the basics of design, how to tie a knot that lasts and won’t be seen. 1-2 pm, 10343 North Pacific Hwy. FMI, call 541-563-8789.

Siletz Valley Farmers Market Gaither & Logsden • Siletz Find locally produced goods at the coast’s newest farmers market. 2-6 pm, 162 S. Gaither Street at the corner of Logsden Road. FMI, contact Tina Retasket at 541-4442144 or at

Duplicate bridge Pacific Homes Beach Club • Newport Stay sharp with ACBL-sanctioned bridge for newcomer/ intermediate players with fewer than 300 masterpoints. 5:30-8:30 pm, 3339 NE Avery Street. FMI, call Marianne at 541-875-1538 or e-mail

Roll up, folks Twist Wine Company • Pacific City 2-5 pm and 7-9 pm, 6425 Pacific Avenue. See July 26 listing for full details.

Forestry tour Van Duzer State Park • Highway 18 Get an education on everything from Native American land allotments and homesteading to the history of the Van Duzer corridor at this tour. 10 am-3 pm, starting and ending at the park, near mile post 13. FMI or to register, call 541-574-6534.

Orphan Plant sale Connie Hanson Gardens • Lincoln City This year’s offerings include hydrangeas, three colors of schizostylis and a wide

Governor’s Marketplace Roadshow Oregon Coast Community College • Lincoln City Network with state officials and learn how to contract with public agencies at this event, aimed at small business owners and key personnel. $5, including lunch and continental breakfast. 8 am to 1 pm at 3788 SE High School Drive. Pre-registration required. FMI, call the SBDC at 541-994-4166 or email dave.price@

Duplicate Bridge Newport 60+ Activity Center ACBL-sanctioned open pairs, 6-9:30 pm, 20 SE Avery Street. FMI, call Diana Barnes at 541-574-1606 or e-mail

Waldport Farmers Market Waldport Community Center Bread, coffee, art and treats all in the heart of downtown. 10 am-4:30 pm.

folktales and myths from around the world in this Dig Into Reding performance. Free. 11am, Toledo Public Library, 173 NW 7th Street; 1 pm, Siletz Public Library, 255 S. Gaither Street.

Paper Play

Theatre West • Lincoln City Doors at 7:30 pm, curtain at 8 pm, 3536 SE Hwy. See July 26 listing for full details.

Newport 60+ Activity Center Find out how to mix, crumple, cut, stamp, weave and punch your paper into your own unique creations in this class led by Fanny Drew. 1-2 pm every Thursday, 20 SE 2nd Street. To register, call 541265-9617.

Yachats Big Band

Wrap bracelet class

“The Fox on the Fairway” Ken Iverson

variety of heathers. Local artisans will be selling hand made soaps, greeting cards, hand bags and more. 10 am-2 pm, 1931 NW 33rd Street. FMI, call 541-994-6338.

Newport’s Amazing Race Brewer’s on the Bay • Newport Test your wits as well as well as your legs by racing through town, following clues, solving puzzles and completing challenges in a team of two. Race begins and ends at the brewery. 9 am, 2320 SE Marine Science Drive. Registration $80 per team. For more information, call 541-265-8801.

Paddle the refuge Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge • Lincoln City Learn about the wildlife and natural history of the refuge on this two-hour guided canoe and kayak trip from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Binoculars, field guides, and personal flotation devices are available. 4:30-6:30 pm. To make a reservation, contact Julia Ledbetter at 541-270-0610 or

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Yachats Commons Fresh produce, crafts and more. 9 am-2 pm, 441 Hwy. 101 N. FMI, go to http://yachatsfarmersmarket.

Pacific City Library The perfect beach town just got… perfecter? Come see this market packed with fresh produce and local crafts. 10 am-2 pm at the library on the corner of Brooten Road and Camp Street.

Rocky Creek State Park • Depoe Bay 9 am–1 pm, just south of Depoe Bay. See July 28 listing for full details.

wednesday • july 31

Yachats Farmers Market

Pacific City Farmers Market

Summer Whale Watch Weekend

Yachats Commons Hits from Glen Miller, Duke Ellington and more will be on offer at this all-ages, smoke- and alcohol-free concert. $5 donation appreciated. Kids swing for free. 7-9 pm, 441 Hwy. 101 N. FMI, go to or call 541-547-4252.

Don’t myth this Toledo & Siletz Portland storyteller Ken Iverson will recount traditional and contemporary

Heartsong Beads • Seal Rock This beginners class will teach an easy braiding technique for a wonderful textured look. $30, including supplies. 1–4 pm, 10343 North Pacific Hwy. FMI, call 541 563 8789

Plein Air Painting Artists’ Studio Association • Lincoln City Instructor Katia Kyte will demonstrate techniques before students try for themselves in a class that will see morning outdoor painting followed

by fun and honest critique in the classroom. $80 for ASA members/$95 for non-members; 8:30 am–1:30 pm each Thursday in August, 620 NE Hwy 101. FMI, call 503-580-1773 or email:

Fish Printing Artists’ Studio Association • Lincoln City Ken Hartwell will show how to make prints using rubber fish and block printing colors or acrylic paint in this allages workshop. $20 including supplies except for acrylics. 2– 4:30pm, 620 NE Hwy 101. Sign up in the classroom. FMI, go to

Quidler Newport 60+ Activity Center Keep your brain sharp by making words from playing cards, exercising the mind and memory and having fun as you go. 11 am-noon every Thursday, 20 SE 2nd Street, FMI, call 541-265-9617.

Toledo Farmers Market Main Street • Toledo Produce and crafts from more than 40 vendors, right in downtown.10 am-2 pm.

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The mane attraction What’s the best way to see the beach?

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ver feel like enjoying life from a different perspective. How about six feet higher than usual, from the back of a horse making its way along the beach? Green Acres Beach and Trail Rides will provide a horse to carry you to the beach from their base at the west end of Beachy Bridge in Pacific City. Once on the sand, you’ll be guided south for a mile or so, then inland onto grassy dunes, then back north on a narrow trail along the crest of the dunes, with magnificent views of Cape Kiwanda, Haystack Rock and, of course, the ever-changing ocean itself. I was dubious at first. I had ridden a horse twice before, but that was 60 years ago on brief rides in a city park. Now, well into my seventies, I worried: Would I be able to mount and dismount? Would my legs stretch enough to go around a horse? Would I fall off? Don’t worry, I was told by Terri Gann, one of the owners. Green Acres has given many a person his or her first-ever horse ride. Customers have ranged from children to the woman in her eighties who rides regularly. Before mounting, each group of riders assembles on a ring of hay bales to listen to the guide explain how to stay safe. We were told our horse’s name and warned that the guide would address us by that name, it being too difficult to remember the name of each new customer. My horse was Charley, a slow walker, who breaks into a trot occasionally to catch up with the rest. When he starts to trot, I am to pull back on the reins and say, “Walk!” a command he understands. We were shown how to hold reins. “Think about holding an ice cream cone in each hand,” said our guide, Bethany McCurley, “Pull on the right rein if you want the horse to head right, with the left hand to go left — firmly but don’t yank — a

horse’s mouth is sensitive.” Wooden stairs are provided to make mounting easier, not only for the customers but for the horses, too. Once I was seated in the saddle, Dan Steubgen, another of the owners, adjusted the length of my stirrups. There were six of us, four customers and two guides. McCurley led; the other guide rode near the end of the single file. I was last in line, just behind her. The horses know the routine. They walked gently, following each other. We stayed within earshot of the lead guide. The second guide also gave advice along the way, like, “We’re going to be climbing into the dunes soon. Lean forward as the horse climbs... makes it easier on the horse.” And, “Lean back when going downhill.”

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I enjoyed the gentle motion on the horse, side to side, up and down, and found appealing the accompanying sounds, little squeaks of leather against saddle leather, the stunning views, the ocean breeze, the sight of the other horses and riders, my legs sometimes brushing leafy vegetation at trail’s edge, knowing I had some control over my horse — all letting me pretend I was in an old Western movie. It didn’t take long for me to feel secure enough to free one hand to take photos. Back at the base, guides helped us dismount. I needed a few moments to regain my land legs. We were encouraged tip our guides and to treat our horse to fresh carrots. How was the ride? I asked one of my fellow riders, Ilaria Paladino, an exchange student from Italy, on the Oregon coast for the first time. “One of the best things I’ve ever done in my life,” she said. “It was very emotional to be on this big beach and on a horse at the same time.” “I haven’t been on a horse in thirty years,” said Beverly Shaw, “I’m a 66-year old great grandmother from Idaho Falls, and I really enjoyed seeing the beach this way.” Riders under 18 are required to wear helmets, which Green Acres provides. Children under 7 may not go along, but may enjoy a supervised pony ride in an outdoor arena at the base while their elders are riding the beach. Owners Gary Fromm, Terri Gann and Dan Steubgen live with the horses and several dogs on Green Acres, a 63-acre spread east of Lincoln City. Elk share the horse pastures, welcome in part because they made, and maintain, trails into the surrounding forested hills, trails along which horse rides are given. Beach rides originate at the corner of Pacific Ave and Sunset Drive in Pacific City. A one-hour guided ride along the beach costs $75. Reservations advised. Call 541-921-6289 or email See about longer beach rides, mountain trail rides, lessons, horse boarding and other services.

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Get a slice of the action The Waldport Chamber of Commerceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5th Annual Golf Tournament will take place at Crestview Golf Club on Saturday, July 27, raising funds for the Beachcomber Days festival and South Lincoln Resources. The contest will be a four-person scramble, beginning at 9 am. The cost is $40 per person, which includes a round of golf, a BBQ lunch, and the

chance to win great prizes â&#x20AC;&#x201D; including $10,000 towards the purchase of a vehicle from Happy Motors, which will be awarded to the ďŹ rst person to get a hole-in-one on any of the three designated holes. For a small fee, participants will be able to buy Mulligans or three feet of string to help with putting. There will also be a putting contest. Entry forms are available at

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The Newport 60+ Activity Center has begun oďŹ&#x20AC;ering a body sculpting class every Monday and Thursday, giving people the opportunity to gain strength and muscle tone as well as possibly lowering the risk of bone loss. A non-aerobic, muscle-toning class, body sculpting usually focuses on core strength, with participants using weight bars, exercise bands, dumbbells, or a combination of these gadgets to perform traditional weight-training moves in a class setting. Body sculpting can be a good way for people to learn the fundamentals venturing into the gym on their own. Instructor Chris Gary has more than 20 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience leading health and wellness classes in Lincoln County. He welcomes all new comers and stresses anyone can participate, although it might take a few sessions to learn proper form. The Monday and Thursday classes take place at 5:30 pm in the Wellness Studio, downstairs at the center, 20 SE 2nd Street. For more information, call 541 265 9617 or go to www.

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Is this your cup of tea? The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is putting on its ďŹ rst Fashion to a Tea on Sunday, July 28, showcasing jewelry, accessories and clothing from New4You and Pick of the Litter that audience members can buy right oďŹ&#x20AC; the runway. The show, which organizers hope will become and annual event, will also feature a boutique for shopping, a silent auction and raďŹ&#x201E;e. Proceeds will beneďŹ t RSVPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Vets Serving Vets program, which pairs veterans with other veterans and also works with the local authorities to ensure former service members are aware of their beneďŹ ts. The event will take place at 1 pm in the ballroom of the Shilo Inn & Suites Oceanfront Hotel, 536 SW Elizabeth Street, Newport. Tickets are now on sale for $25 or buy a table for eight at $175. $30 at the door. For more information, call RSVP at 541-574-2684 or go to www.rsvpoďŹ&#x201A;incolncounty. org.

s o u n d wa v e s Friday July 26 THE DISTRACTIONS — Bring your Garibaldi Days experience to a close with a touch of rockabilly. 8 pm-midnight, THE GHOST HOLE PUBLIC HOUSE, 409 GARIBALDI AVENUE, 503-322-2723 RESPONSIBLE PARTY — Portland rock, pop and soul band takes a trip to the coast for Garibaldi Days. 9 pm-midnight, THE GARIBALDI PUB & EATERY, 415 GARIBALDI AVENUE, 503-322-2020. TASKA AND THE OUTLAWS — Get swinging at Garibaldi Days with standards and Latin, classic rock and blues, Motown, golden oldies and disco and party tunes as well as a little country. 7 pm, KELLEY’S PLACE, 321 GARIBALDI AVENUE, 503-322-4310. CLOVERDAYLE — See the Northwest country and rock duo in a farewell gig before their move to Nashville. $5 in advance, $7:50 on the door. 7-9 pm, 2nd STREET PUBLIC MARKET, 2003 2ND STREET, TILLAMOOK, 503-842-9797 THE BRET LUCICH SHOW — Come listen to the Bret Lucich Music Experience – singer-songwriter, entertainer and musician, impersonations and comedy. 8-11 pm. SURFTIDES RESORT MIST LOUNGE, 2945 NW JETTY AVENUE, LINCOLN CITY, 1-800-452-2159. TOO SLIM AND THE TAILDRAGGERS — Blues and rock combo led by slide guitar master Tim Langford. $10 cover presale tickets. 9 pm. ROADHOUSE 101, 4649 SW HWY 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-994-7729. MICHAEL DANE — The famous Michael on piano and guitar, playing modern classics with Hawaiian style. 6-10 pm. GRACIE’S SEA HAG, 58 SE HWY. 101, DEPOE BAY, 541-765-2734.

horns, piano, drums and vocals get a groove on, performing original, rockin’ coastal blues. 7 pm, CAFÉ MUNDO, 209 NW COAST ST., NEWPORT, 541-574-8134. PAST FORWARD — A fun mix of jazz. 6:30-9 pm. THE DRIFT INN, 124 HIGHWAY 101 N., YACHATS, 541-547-4477. MARGO TUFO — When Etta James calls you “the white Etta James” you know you’re doing something right. Come hear what it is. $5. 9 pm. THE SAN DUNE PUB, 127 LANEDA AVENUE, MANZANITA, 503-368-5080. THE DISTRACTIONS — See listing on July 26. TASKA AND THE OUTLAWS — Get swinging at Garibaldi Days with standards and Latin, classic rock and blues, Motown, golden oldies and disco and party tunes as well as a little country. 5 pm, KELLEY’S PLACE, 321 GARIBALDI AVENUE, 503-322-4310.

HENRY COOPER & LEONARD MAXSON — Local favorites playing blues on slide guitar and drums. 8:30-11:30 pm, NANA’S IRISH PUB, 613 NW 3RD STREET, NEWPORT, 541-574-8787. RICK BARTOW AND THE BACKSEAT DRIVERS — an ensemble of musicians on instruments including guitar, bass,

BILLY HAGEN BAND — 9 pm. SNUG HARBOR BAR & GRILL, 5001 SW HWY. 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-996-4976. CHATA ADDY & SUSUMA — Afro reggae and funky highlife contemporary world beat sounds from Ghana. $10 cover presale tickets. 9 pm. ROADHOUSE 101, 4649 SW HWY 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-994-7729. MICHAEL DANE — The famous Michael on piano and guitar, playing modern classics with Hawaiian style. 6-10 pm. GRACIE’S SEA HAG, 58 SE HWY. 101, DEPOE BAY, 541-765-2734. FOTCHO AND FRIENDS — Covers. 7-9 pm, CECIL’S DIRTY APRON 912 N. COAST HWY., NEWPORT, 541-2648360. HIGH FIDELITY — Blues. 8:30-11:30 pm, NANA’S IRISH PUB, 613 NW 3RD STREET, NEWPORT, 541-574-8787. TRUCKSTOP HONEYMOON — Originally from New Orleans, the duo lost their home in the Ninth Ward during the chaos of Hurricane Katrina. On tour at the time, they elected to stay on the road until they found a new home base in Lawrence, Kansas. Katie Euliss plays bass and guitar while husband Mike West plays banjo and guitar. They describe their music as psychobilly, bluegrass, and soul. 7 pm. CAFÉ MUNDO, 209 NW COAST ST., NEWPORT, 541-574-8134. CLEAN SLATE DUO — Ever heard of “Electracoustic Bluesic?” It translates as indie rock/americana in a bluesy-ish yet up tempo feel and a jazzy tilt. The Clean Slate duo coined


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OREGON COAST JAM SOCIETY — More jams than you could hope to find at a meeting of sweet-toothed canning enthusiasts. 4 pm OLD OREGON TAVERN, 1604 HWY. 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-994-8515.

MICHAEL DANE — The famous Michael on piano and guitar, playing modern classics with Hawaiian style. 6-10 pm. GRACIE’S SEA HAG, 58 SE HWY. 101, DEPOE BAY, 541-765-2734.

THE BRET LUCICH SHOW — See listing on July 26.

Listings are free. Venues and music makers in Lincoln or Tillamook counties are invited to submit concerts, photos and corrections in writing. Email them to news@oregoncoasttoday. com. Listings are organized from north to south, and the descriptions are generally provided by the venue. Entrance is free unless otherwise indicated.

Sunday, July 28

STEVE SLOAN — Acoustic. 7 pm, SNUG HARBOR BAR & GRILL, 5001 SW HWY. 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-996-4976.

RESPONSIBLE PARTY — See listing on July 26.

UNDRTOW — Reggae, dub and blues. 7-9 pm, CECIL’S DIRTY APRON 912 N. COAST HWY., NEWPORT, 541-2648360. ROB CONNELL & EVANS LONGSHORE — Known for the great songs, and their musical skill, the duo will rock you hard, soft, and well. 6-8 pm. CLUB 1216, CANYON WAY BOOKSTORE AND RESTAURANT, 1216 SW CANYON WAY, NEWPORT, 541-265-8319.

PAUL BOGART AND FRIENDS — Blues. 6:30-9 pm. THE DRIFT INN, 124 HIGHWAY 101 N., YACHATS, 541-547-4477.

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the term. Now come and hear them play some. 6 pm. GREEN GABLES ITALIAN CAFÉ AND RESTAURANT, 156 SW COAST STREET, NEWPORT, 541-5740986.

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ANNIE AVERRE — 10 am-1 pm, LA MAISON CAFÉ & BAKERY, 315 SW 9th NEWPORT, 541-265-8812. TRUCKSTOP HONEYMOON — See listing on July 27. THE BRANDFORDS — 6:30-9 pm. THE DRIFT INN, 124 HIGHWAY 101 N., YACHATS, 541-547-4477.

Monday, July 29 RICHARD SHARPLESS — Folk, guitar and vocals. Originals and covers. 6:30-9 pm. THE DRIFT INN, 124 HIGHWAY 101 N., YACHATS, 541-547-4477.

Tuesday, July 30 OPEN JAM — Hosted by One Way Out. 8:30 pm, SNUG HARBOR BAR & GRILL, 5001 SW HWY. 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-996-4976.

Responsible Party • July 26 & 27

Thursday, Aug. 1

TRUCKSTOP HONEYMOON — See listing on July 27.

THE BRET LUCICH SHOW — See listing on July 26.

DEREK JEFFERSON — This 18-year-old performer will blow you away with his classical guitar. 6 pm. GREEN GABLES ITALIAN CAFÉ AND RESTAURANT, 156 SW COAST STREET, NEWPORT, 541-574-0986.

LEON FORREST — presents The Thursday Show, featuring specials guests. Donations welcome. BYOB. 6-9 pm. THE EVENTUARY, 560 SW FLEET AVENUE, LINCOLN CITY. 541-992-5628.


MICHAEL DANE — The famous Michael on piano and guitar, playing modern classics with Hawaiian style. 6-10 pm. GRACIE’S SEA HAG, 58 SE HWY. 101, DEPOE BAY, 541-765-2734.

Wednesday, July 31 HOOKAH STEW — CD release party 8:30 pm, SNUG HARBOR BAR & GRILL, 5001 SW HWY. 101, LINCOLN CITY, 541-996-4976. THE BRET LUCICH SHOW — Come listen to the Bret Lucich Music Experience – singer-songwriter, entertainer and musician, impersonations and comedy. 7-9 pm. ATTIC LOUNGE, SALISHAN SPA & GOLF RESORT, GLENEDEN BEACH, 541-764-2371. UNKLE NANCY AND FRIENDS — Original music from the local favorite singer/ songwriter for a special Wednesday nights summer residency. 7 pm, CAFÉ MUNDO, 209 NW COAST ST., NEWPORT, 541-574-8134. RICHARD SHARPLESS — Folk, guitar and vocals. Originals and covers. 6:30-9 pm. THE DRIFT INN, 124 HIGHWAY 101 N., YACHATS, 541-547-4477.


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Thurs., July 25 Fri., July 26 Sat,. July 27 Sun., July 28 Mon., July 29 Tues., July 30 Wed., July 31 Thurs., Aug. 1

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Thurs., July 25 Fri., July 26 Sat,. July 27 Sun., July 28 Mon., July 29 Tues., July 30 Wed., July 31 Thurs., Aug. 1

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Thurs., July 25 Fri., July 26 Sat,. July 27 Sun., July 28 Mon., July 29 Tues., July 30 Wed., July 31 Thur., Aug. 1

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High Tides

9:38 pm 10:31 pm 11:27 pm --12:12 pm 1:08 pm 2:10 pm 3:15 pm

1.4 1.4 1.5 -2.3 2.9 3.4 3.6

2:57 am 3:47 am 4:39 am 5:34 am 6:35 am 7:45am 9:05 am 10:23 am

9.0 8.3 7.5 6.7 6.0 5.5 5.4 5.6

3:59 pm 4:40 pm 5:22 pm 6:05 pm 6:52 pm 7:43 pm 8:40 pm 9:37 pm

8.5 8.5 8.4 8.2 8.0 7.9 7.8 7.9

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Low Tides

-0.7 -0.2 0.3 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.7 -0.5

9:49 pm 10:45 pm 11:46 pm --12:24 pm 1:19 pm 2:23 pm 3:30 pm

0.9 0.9 0.9 -1.5 2.0 2.3 2.4

2:25 am 3:18 am 4:14 am 5:15 am 6:25 am 7:47 am 9:13 am 10:25 am

Low Tides

-1.1 -0.3 0.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 0.8

7.0 6.4 5.8 5.1 4.6 4.3 4.2 4.4

3:30 pm 4:13 pm 4:57 pm 5:43 pm 6:33 pm 7:27 pm 8:23 pm 9:18 pm

6.6 6.6 6.5 6.4 6.3 6.1 6.1 6.1

To prepare: Melt butter and olive oil in a fry pan and add white onions, carrots and Jalapèno peppers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; sautè until soft. Next add prawns and half of the cilantro and cook until prawns turn pink; add heavy cream with 1/2 of the parmesan cheese and cook until cream is hot â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2-3 minutes. Salt & pepper to taste. Serve over rice and top with remaining parmesan cheese, cilantro and a slice of lemon.

High Tides

9:11 pm 10:07 pm 11:08 pm --11:46 am 12:41 pm 1:45 pm 2:52 pm

1.4 1.3 1.3 -2.2 2.9 3.4 3.6

2:16 am 3:09 am 4:05 am 5:06 am 6:16 am 7:38 am 9:04 am 10:16 am

9.1 8.3 7.5 6.6 5.9 5.5 5.5 5.7

9:37 pm 10:31 pm 11:29 pm --12:11 am 1:06 pm 2:11 pm 3:18 pm

0.8 0.8 0.8 -1.7 2.4 2.8 3.0

2:35 am 3:27 am 4:21 am 5:19 am 6:25 am 7:40 am 9:02 am 10:16 am

8.1 7.4 6.7 5.9 5.3 4.9 4.8 4.9

Low Tides

-1.3 -0.7 0.1 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.5

1-2 Lbs. 16-20 Count 1/2 Cup chopped cilantro Raw Prawns, shelled 2 Tbsp. butter 1-2 Fresh Jalapèno peppers, diced 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1/2 White onion, diced 1 Cup heavy cream 1 Medium carrot, diced 1 Lemon, sliced &XSĂ&#x20AC;QHO\VKUHGGHG3DUPHVDQFKHHVH

High Tides

3:21 pm 4:04 pm 4:48 pm 5:34 pm 6:24 pm 7:18 pm 8:14 pm 9:09 pm

8.5 8.5 8.5 8.3 8.1 8.0 7.9 7.9

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High Tides

3:36 pm 4:18 pm 5:02 pm 5:48 pm 6:37 pm 7:30 pm 8:26 pm 9:22 pm

7.6 7.7 7.6 7.4 7.2 7.0 6.9 7.0

Bold = Minus Tides. Tide tables are for recreational use. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re piloting the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Costa Concordia IIâ&#x20AC;? in front of your college roommateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s oceanfront bungalow at Otter Crest of Cape Lookout, talk to a harbormaster. Tide info courtesy If you discover a seal pup or other stranded marine animal on the beach, do not approach, touch, or pour water on the animal. Instead, call 800-452-7888. Keep dogs leashed and far from all marine mammals. Japanese Tsunami Debris Info: Information on significant marine debris sightings on the coast can be reported to the NOAA Marine Debris Program at

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Garibaldi Maritime Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Annual Silent Auction



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For more information please contact the Garibaldi Museum at: 503 322-8411 Open Thursday â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Monday 10:00am to 4:00pm 112 Hwy 101 Garibaldi, OR 97118 Admission fee: $3.00 for adults, $2.50 for seniors and children, children under 5 years free.

While you are at the museum, please stop by and say hello to Gary Lewis from Lone Wolf Forge. Gary discovered blacksmithing in 2004. He enjoys making functional objects from the Colonial Period through the Oregon Trail that would have been needed and used.

We will have SUN!!! Sundresses... every style, length, and variety

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HAPPY HOUR 3:00-5:30PM

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Sunday, July 28th:

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Family-Friendly Dining

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Fair offers more than meets the eye

The 17th annual Pathways to Transformation fair will take place in Yachats on Saturday, Aug. 3 and Sunday, Aug. 4, bringing more than 70 exhibitors of everything from psychic readings to complementary medicine together under one roof at the Yachats Commons. Produced by Chuckling Cherubs Spiritual Ministry, the holistic health, psychic and crafts fair is the largest and longest-running event of its kind on the coast, featuring health and wellness products, visionary artisans and producers of recycled goods as well as a full slate of 22 seminars throughout the weekend. Among the many writers scheduled to attend are Dee Cuenod author of “Wake Up! Our Old Beliefs Don’t Work Anymore!;” Jo Garceau, astrologer and author of “Knowing Woman: Nurturing The Feminine Soul;” Cindy McGonagle, palmist and author of “Sacred Places Sacred Plants A Guide Book To The Columbia River Gorge” and “Queen D’s Fairy Recipe Book;” and Shirley Scott, psychic, animal communicator and author of “Religion vs Spirituality: One Psychic’s Point of View.” Everyone is encouraged to add to and take from the free book exchange, featuring books on health, wellness and metaphysical topics. Kat Cunningham will be on hand to give a labyrinth walk presentation using a colorful new labyrinth featuring images of 22 animals, demonstrating her theory that laws of nature and animal ideograms help answer life’s three biggest questions: who we are; what we want; and how we choose to receive it. The walking demonstration and talk, entitled “Discover Your Inner Shaman: Using Animal Messages For Daily Decisions,” will be held at 10 am on Sunday Great food made with love will be available at the fair cafe throughout the weekend. The event program is available online at, as well as clad in its distinctive hot pink cover at locations throughout Lincoln County. The $3 Weekend Pass Donation includes all the seminars and children are free. There is free parking as well. The fair will run from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday and 9 am to 5 pm on Sunday at the commons, 441 N Hwy 101. For more information, go to or call 541-547-4664.

Ozone Fine Art presents....

Summer Surf Show art about Summer, Surfing,the Beach, the Oregon Coast by local artists June 22-August 5 669 SW Bay Blvd., Upstairs, Newport, OR (541) 265-9500 •

To make the most of spring on the Oregon Coast... Author Kat Cunningham with her animal labyrinth

Author Seminars Saturday, Aug. 3 DR. RUTH MILLER: director of the Portal Center in Lincoln City and author of “Mary’s Power, Embracing The Divine Feminine” and “Empowered Care, Mind-Body Medicine Methods” — 11:30 am JOSEPH BERNARD: author of “Awaken: 100 Questions to Expand Your Mind and Open Your Heart” and “Finding The Voice of The Soul” — 12:30 pm KATRINA WYNNE: author of “An Introduction to Transformative Tarot Counseling” — 12:30 pm

Sunday, Aug. 4 STEFFAN VANEL: astrologer and author of “The Astrological Karma of the USA” and “Charles and Diana The Inside Story: An Astrological Karmic View” — 12:30 pm ELAINE CORREIA: author of “The Tao of Yahtze” — 1 pm CHERRY DIVINE: author of “Wisdom of the Ancients: A Manuscript of Life Essentials” — 2:30 pm JESSICA BRYAN: medium and author of “Psychic Surgery and Faith Healing, Revised Edition” and “Love is Ageless: Stories About Alzheimer’s Disease” — 3 pm




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Dress for the Beach!

Oscar, a local French Bulldog, loves his new tank look ... when you look this good, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got to show off.    




17th Annual


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Duck Fan? Beaver Fan? Lincoln County High School Fan? To hear all the highlights of your favorite team keep your radio tuned to AM 1310 AM KNPT or 1400 AM KBCH.


$3 Weekend Pass Donation ~ Kids Free

Free Book Exchange ~ Family-Friendly ~ Free Parking


Plus, Lincoln Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s high school sports action!

Keep our stations on your presets, and tune in during power outages for news updates!

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Newport Farmers Market

Half Price on Vintage Saris & Kimonos

All Vintage Men’s & Women’s Silk Kimono Jackets, AND All Vintage Indian Repurposed Silk Sari Clothing!

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Bold, bright, original, handmade fashion accessories from jewelry, to hats, to scarves to infinity and beyond created with a variety of mixed media techniques which will delight and amaze you. Two locations to serve you: Wildwoman Creations 4030 NE Hwy. 101 3 mi north of Depoe Bay Thurs-Fri-Sat 11-5 Contact Rosie at 541-921-0759

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Pacific Artists Alliance Co-op Buy direct from 35 unique artists all in one location 620 NE Hwy 101 Lincoln City Just north of Cultural Center Open daily 10-5

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