Oregon Coast Calendar of Events: Live music, theater, outdoor events and festivals.
Covering 360 miles of Oregon coast events: Astoria, Seaside, Cannon Beach, Manzanita, Nehalem, Wheeler, Rockaway, Garibaldi, Tillamook, Oceanside, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Wadport, Yachats & Florence - Southern Coast.

Ongoing Events | Events by Month and Town |
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Oregon Coast 2022 Events - and Beyond

ONGOING EVENTS (Live music)

LIVE MUSIC AT NEWPORT PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, Newport. Various live shows, concerts and theater productions. Usually in a concert setting, this can be classical, jazz to reggae and rock festivals, along with musicals. 777 W. Olive Street. Newport, Oregon. Website here.

See here for Lincoln City bar live music listings.

See here for Tillamook County live music listings.

See here for Seaside live music listings (some Astoria and Cannon Beach as well)

See here for Coos Bay live music listings

EVENT CALENDAR LISTINGS BY TOWN

SOUTH OREGON COAST EVENTS

BBQ, Blues & Brews on the Bay Returns to South Oregon Coast in May The Mill Casino's event in North Bend back in full form on May 28 and 29

Oregon's South Coast Culture Tour Returns: Food, Outdoor Fun, Creative Adventures Curry County on April 29 - May 1, then Coos County from May 6 to 8

S. Oregon Coast Lighthouse Gift Shop and Lifeboat Station Reopen: Cape Blanco Cape Blanco Lighthouse Greeting Center Gift Shop and Port Orford Lifeboat Station Museum have reopened

COOS BAY / CHARLESTON / NORTH BEND EVENTS in the future

Featured Events

SOUTHERN OREGON COAST:
Recreation - Beaches - Events

FLORENCE

Spring Break in Oregon Coast's Center: Wild Sands, Rides of Florence 

Oregon Coast's Florence Brings Back Hanging Flower Baskets for Season - You Can Be a Part There's a way to become a part of Florence's outstanding beauty

Rhododendron Fest Returns to Oregon Coast in May, 116 Years in Florence A much-beloved tradition on the central Oregon coast will make its way back to Florence

Central Oregon Coast's Heceta Head Light Celebrates 128 Years, March 30 A party with food, music, whale watching and a whole lot of outdoor fun

YACHATS / WALDPORT EVENTS

Every Second Tuesday. Cape Cove Beach – Beach Cleanup. This project is great for anyone who would like to give 1-2 hours of their time, contribute to science, and clean up beaches touching Cape Perpetua Marine Reserve and Protected Areas. The data collected through this project can be used to evaluate the impacts of marine debris along our coastlines and can help inform future marine debris mitigation and prevention efforts on a local, regional, and national scale. 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Cape Cove Beach Trailhead – just south of Yachats, Oregon. 541.547.3289. https://capeperpetuacollaborative.org/events/

Limited Wild Coho Season Starts Soon in Four Oregon Coast River Basins Tillamook, Nestucca Siletz and Coos rivers opening up September 15 through mid-October

NEWPORT, DEPOE BAY EVENTS

February 24-27, 2022. Newport Seafood and Wine Festival is back. The chamber has not announced specifics yet, but it's quite possible there will be capacity restrictions and other mask requirements if the population has not yet become better vaccinated. Newport, Oregon. See updates https://www.newportchamber.org/.

EVENTS IN LINCOLN CITY

Finders Keepers Glass Floats. Every day glass floats are dropped on the beaches of Lincoln City – returning to the town after more than a year's hiatus. There are also special glass float drops scheduled throughout the year. See Lincoln City page

Through April 9. Outside Mullingar. A play by John Patrick Shanley. 2014 Tony-nominated play set in the Midlands of Ireland. Involves two farmers, Anthony and Rosemary, who live next to each other. Rosemary has been romantically interested in Anthony her entire life. Anthony, who is shy and unaware of Rosemary's feelings, dislikes farming, so his father intends to leave the farm to a nephew. Directed by Debby Rhein. 7:30 p.m. with matinees at 2 p.m. Reservations recommended. Masks, proof of vaccination required. Theatre West. Highway 101. Lincoln City. TheatreWest.com or call 541-994-5663.

March 20 – April 3. Finders Keepers Spring Break Special Drop. 200 glass floats will be dropped around Lincoln City for spring break. Floats can be found above the high tide line and below the beach embankment. They are placed on the beach during daylight hours only. Lincoln City, Oregon. See Lincoln City page

March 24. Beachcombing Exploriences. Unearth treasures from the Pacific as you hunt for gemstones, agates, jasper, petrified wood and other coastal jewels with a local expert. Meet at the SW 33rd Street Beach Access in Lincoln City, Oregon. 10 a.m. 541-996-1274 or visit See Lincoln City page

March 26. Beachcombing Exploriences. Unearth treasures from the Pacific as you hunt for gemstones, agates, jasper, petrified wood and other coastal jewels with a local expert. Meet at the SW 33rd Street Beach Access in Lincoln City, Oregon. 11 a.m. 541-996-1274 or visit See Lincoln City page

March 26. Spring Break Party. Major dance party featuring music by DJ Metal. 21+. 10 p.m. Chinook Winds Casino. 1501 NW 40th Place. Lincoln City, Oregon. ChinookWindsCasino.com.

March 29. Beachcombing Exploriences. Unearth treasures from the Pacific as you hunt for gemstones, agates, jasper, petrified wood and other coastal jewels with a local expert. Meet at the SW 33rd Street Beach Access in Lincoln City, Oregon. 2 p.m. 541-996-1274 or visit  Lincoln City page

April 2. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 8 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

April 7. Sitka Resident Talk. Enjoy brief presentations from Sitka Center for Art and Ecology 2022 residents Michelle Bardino Vella, Altea Narici, Gabriele Halas, Carol Ann McChrystal and Kim Kei. 4 p.m. Free online Zoom event. For registration, visit SitkaCenter.org. Near Lincoln City, Oregon.

April 8. Bird Walk: Spring Lake Open Space. A 2.5-mile moderate trail a short distance from Regatta Grounds on NE 14th Street, Spring Lake Trail takes you wandering through the wooded area surrounding Spring Lake. The walks are led by experienced birders and will provide the free use of binoculars and field guides. Dress for the weather, bird-walks happen come rain or come shine. Free. Meet in the Spring Lake Open Space parking lot on Port Ave. 9 - 11 AM. Lincoln City, Oregon.

April 8. SW 51st Beach Cleanup. Bags, gloves, grabbers and vests will be provided. Everyone welcome to help keep these beaches clean. 11 a.m. Happy hour event afterwards at The Pines Diner. Meet at Taft Waterfront Park. Lincoln City, Oregon. SolveOregon.org.

April 9. Band of the Golden West, chamber ensemble. 2 p.m. Lincoln City Cultural Center. 540 NE Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. LincolnCity-CulturalCenter.org or call 541-994-9994.

April 9. Beachcombing Exploriences. Unearth treasures from the Pacific as you hunt for gemstones, agates, jasper, petrified wood and other coastal jewels with a local expert. Meet at the SW 33rd Street Beach Access in Lincoln City, Oregon. 10 a.m. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

April 17. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 1 PM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 . Lincoln City page

April 19. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 9 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

April 21. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 10:30 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

April 21. Ben Rosenblum Trio. Internationally-touring jazz pianist and accordionist Ben Rosenblum returns to the Lincoln City Cultural Center to perform an intimate and exciting concert of improvised instrumental music. 7 p.m. Lincoln City Cultural Center. 540 NE Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. LincolnCity-CulturalCenter.org or call 541-994-9994.

April 22. Beachcombing Exploriences. Unearth treasures from the Pacific as you hunt for gemstones, agates, jasper, petrified wood and other coastal jewels with a local expert. Meet at the SW 33rd Street Beach Access in Lincoln City, Oregon. 9 a.m. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

April 22-24. Earth Day: 50 Earth Day floats. Throughout Lincoln City, Oregon. Floats can be found above the high tide line and below the beach embankment. They are placed on the beach during daylight hours only. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 See Lincoln City site.

April 23. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 12 PM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

April 24. Surf & Earth. Surf brands, shapers, photographers, artists, live music, surf videos playing on the big screen, surfboards being raffled off, more. 1 - 6 PM. Hosted by ZuhG Life Surf Shop at Lincoln City Cultural Center. 540 NE Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. LincolnCity-CulturalCenter.org.

Every Friday and Saturday from May 6 – Nov. 26. Artisan Faire. Experience local Oregonian vendors featuring unique gift ideas and one-of-a-kind crafts and handmade goods. Fri 11 AM - 5 PM . On Sat 10 AM - 4 PM. Salishan Marketplace. 7755 N Hwy 101. Gleneden Beach, Oregon. 541- 272-9687

Every Saturday and Sunday, May 8 – October 2. 2022 Lincoln City Farmers & Crafters Outdoor Market. All items are handmade or homegrown by the seller. Masks are required to enter the market and other health and safety procedures are in practice. 9 a.m. At the Lincoln City Outlets. 1500 SE East Devils Lake Rd. Lincoln City, Oregon. LincolnCityFarmersMarket.org

May 7-9. Mother’s Day, 50 Extra Glass Floats. Throughout Lincoln City, Oregon. Floats can be found above the high tide line and below the beach embankment. They are placed on the beach during daylight hours only. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 See Lincoln City page

May 7. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 11 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

May 13. Bird Walk: Culter City Open Space and Josephine Young Park. A unique habitat with wooded wetlands. Large trees host species such as Pileated Woodpecker while the marshy brush is home to Common Yellowthroat, Wrentits, and other songbirds. You'll look for recent spring arrivals, then move on to Josephine Young Memorial Park where you will watch for migrating shorebirds. All of the Audubon bird-walks are free and open to the public. 9 - 11 AM. Meet at the Cutler City Wetlands Trailhead, SW 63rd west off Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. See LincolnCityParksandRecreation on Facebook. 541-994-2131.

May 13. Bird Walk: Spring Lake Open Space. A 2.5-mile moderate trail a short distance from Regatta Grounds on NE 14th Street, Spring Lake Trail takes you wandering through the wooded area surrounding Spring Lake. The walks are led by experienced birders and will provide the free use of binoculars and field guides. Dress for the weather, bird-walks happen come rain or come shine. Free. Meet in the Spring Lake Open Space parking lot on Port Ave. 9 - 11 AM. Lincoln City, Oregon.

May 14. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 11 AM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. Lincoln City page

May 17. Virtual: Ian Van Coller on Paleoclimatology. Join the Sitka Center for an artist talk by Ian van Coller as he discusses his award-winning project Naturalists of the Long Now that includes his collaborations with paleoclimatologists. Ian will also share some of his artist books related to climate change and deep time. 4 p.m. This is a free Zoom event with the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. Registration required, visit SitkaCenter.org.

May 20. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 10 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

May 20 – 22. Art Studio Tour. A self-guided tour of the studio spaces of well known, coastal visual artists from Neskowin to Newport. Artists will show off their exclusive locations, demonstrate their creative processes and sell their work. ArtStudioTourLCCC.com.

May 22. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 12 p.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

May 22. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 12 PM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

May 28. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 11 AM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

May 28-30. Memorial Day: 50 Red/white/blue floats. Throughout Lincoln City, Oregon. Floats can be found above the high tide line and below the beach embankment. They are placed on the beach during daylight hours only. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 See Lincoln City page

June 4. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 10 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City Site.

June 4. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 9:30 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

June 10. Bird Walk: Spring Lake Open Space. A 2.5-mile moderate trail a short distance from Regatta Grounds on NE 14th Street, Spring Lake Trail takes you wandering through the wooded area surrounding Spring Lake. The walks are led by experienced birders and will provide the free use of binoculars and field guides. Dress for the weather, bird-walks happen come rain or come shine. Free. Meet in the Spring Lake Open Space parking lot on Port Ave. 9 - 11 AM. Lincoln City, Oregon. Lincoln City page

June 10. Bird Walk: The Villages Open Space with Road’s End State Recreational Area. All of the Audubon bird-walks are free and open to the public. No prior experience is needed and you do not need to pre-register. The walks are led by experienced birders and will provide the free use of binoculars and field guides. Dress for the weather, bird-walks happen come rain or come shine. 9 a.m. Lincoln City, Oregon. See LincolnCityParksandRecreation on Facebook. 541-994-2131.

June 11. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 10 AM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

June 16. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 8:30 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

June 17 and 18. Comedy on the Coast. Headliner Vargus Mason is joined by Susan Rice with Erik Escobar hosting. 8 p.m. Ages 21+. $15. Live at Chinook Winds Casino. Lincoln City, Oregon. 888-624-6228 or visit ChinookWindsCasino.com.

June 18. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 10 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

June 18. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 10 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

June 19. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 11 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

June 25 & 26. Summer Kite Festival. Held on the beach at the D River State Recreation Site, the annual Fall Kite Festival is a longstanding family vacation tradition. Experience two days of kite-flying activities. 10 a.m. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

June 26. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 11 AM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or visit Lincoln City page

July 2. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 9 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

July 4. Independence Day Fireworks, Lincoln City. No firm word yet on the event see Lincoln City page

July 17. Tide Pool Explorience. Explore Lincoln City beaches and learn about the colorful creatures that inhabit rocky intertidal pools from a local expert. Meet at the NW 15th Street Beach Access at 9 a.m. The clinics are free and no registration is required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 or or visit Lincoln City page

July 17. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 9 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

July 31. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 2 PM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274

August 2. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 9 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

August 13. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 1 PM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

August 15. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 9 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

August 27. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 1 PM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274 Lincoln City page

August 29. Clamming Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by clamming on Siletz Bay. Meet our Clamming Explorience guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft District of Lincoln City. 9 AM. 541-996-1274. See Lincoln City page

September 11. Crabbing Explorience. Enjoy a brief orientation followed by crabbing on Siletz Bay. Meet the guide at the pavilion at the end of SW 51st Street in the Historic Taft Distric. 1 PM. Free, no registration required. Lincoln City, Oregon. 541-996-1274. Lincoln City page

PACIFIC CITY, OCEANSIDE, TILLAMOOK, ROCKAWAY, MANZANITA EVENTS

Every Second Friday in Tillamook. Sip and Shop happens all over Tillamook from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Each of the businesses participating will be sharing tastes of their favorite adult beverages and hosting a variety of events. Tillamook, Oregon. See Tillamook Coast.

Oregon Coast Pedal Rail Rides Back in Tillamook County 

Widely Varied Spring Break on N. Oregon Coast at Manzanita, Rockaway Beach, Pacific City Pleasantly action-packed meets convenience at the Tillamook Coast

Sunset Vacation Rentals. About 70 homes to choose from in north Oregon coast hotspots like Manzanita, Neah-Kah-Nie, Rockaway Beach, Nedonna Beach and the secretive Falcon Cove. These beauties sleep anywhere from two to 20 and many are pet friendly. Cozy bungalows to large homes with vaulted ceilings – beach funk to cutting edge. Huge array of amenities, such as vintage appliances, woodstove, DSL, wraparound deck, fireplace, soaker tub or wet bar and more – depending on home. 186 Laneda Ave., Manzanita, Oregon. 503-368-7969. 800-883-7784. www.ssvr.com.


EVENTS IN CANNON BEACH, SEASIDE, ASTORIA

Astoria's Lightship Columbia Closer to Returning to N. Oregon Coast Moorings It was whisked away this fall to undergo a lot of refurbishing

Astoria Dining Pass Gives Exclusive Menu Items for April on N. Oregon Coast
From April 1 through April 30, use your cellphone to check in.

ONGOING: North Coast Food Trail Expands to Edge of NW Oregon Some 100 or more miles of foodstuffs, drinks and culinary-themed adventures in Pacific City, Tillamook, Rockaway Beach, Manzanita, Cannon Beach, Seaside, Astoria

Every Day: Seaside Aquarium. Open every day of the week. Feed seals, see all manner of sea life. Seaside Aquarium. Seaside, Oregon. www.seasideaquarium.com 503-738-6211.

Every First Saturday. Seaside’s Treasure the Beach Cleanup. This volunteer effort, coordinated by multiple agencies in the area, offers visitors the chance to give back to Seaside’s greatest attraction, its beautiful beach. Starting at 9 a.m. Meet at Seaside Turnaround. Register at solve.org.

Every Third Sunday, September through May. In Their Footsteps Speaker Series. 1 p.m. Visitor Center Netul River Room. Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. Fort Clatsop. 92343 Fort Clatsop Road. Astoria, Oregon. www.nps.gov/lewi

Every Wednesday Starting June 15. Seaside Farmers Market. With vendors offering a wide variety of fresh produce, pasture-raised meat, organic cheeses and hand-crafted artisan food and products. Bring your family, friends and appetite. Featuring live music weekly. 2 p.m. The market will take place in the parking lot at the Sunset Recreation Center (1120 Broadway), formerly Broadway Middle School. Seaside, Oregon. (503) 738-3311.

Every First Saturday. First Saturday Art Walk. A free event that takes place between Holladay Drive and Broadway Street in the Historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside. 5 – 7 p.m. Seaside, Oregon. https://fairweatherhouseandgallery.com/

Every Second Saturday. 2nd Saturday Art Walk. Check out downtown Astoria for this monthly tour of art, festivities, refreshments, entertainment and more. 5 p.m. Astoria, Oregon. http://astoriadowntown.com/

Every Friday, Saturday and Monday. Menagerie Gift Shop Spring Maker's Market. 22 vendors from the Pacific Northwest celebrating spring and showing their creations. Take your photo with a gnome, plant seeds in egg cartons, make a paper plate mushroom at the activity table and hear the ukulele strolling through the market. Free. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pier 39 at 100 39th Street. Astoria, Oregon. https://menagerieonpier39.com/.

See here for Seaside live music listings (some Astoria and Cannon Beach as well)

April 13. World of Haystack Rock Library Lecture Series 2022: “Tackling Marine Debris with Citizen Science: NOAA’s Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment Project in Oregon.” Virtual event. Hillary Burgess, Monitoring Coordinator for NOAA’s Marine Debris Program, and Jesse Jones, volunteer coordinator for CoastWatch. This program will describe how shoreline marine debris monitoring can be used to address the shoreline pollution problem. Learn how to get involved in NOAA’s Marine Debris Monitoring and Assessment Project through CoastWatch. View this discussion on Facebook Live, https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfHaystackRock. For alternate viewing options, contact fohrap@gmail.com. Cannon Beach, Oregon.

April 16. Seaside Annual Egg Hunt. Fun event for kids 0-6 on Broadway Field. The Easter Bunny will be available throughout the event for photo opportunities. 10 a.m. Broadway Park. 1300 Broadway St. Seaside, Oregon. http://www.sunsetempire.com/.

April 16. NW Authors Series Presents: Omar El Akkad (Virtual Program). Award-winning author and journalist Omar El Akkad. Join us as he discusses his writing craft and provides insights into his bestselling novels “American War” and most recently “What Strange Paradise.” His works have been hailed as riveting and impassioned. He has also been praised for his compelling character development and thought-provoking story lines. 2 p.m. Canon Beach, Oregon. www.facebook.com/cannonbeachlibrary/.

April 22 to 24. Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival. A massive celebration of coastal cuisine, arts and crafts, wine tasting and more. It has returned in-person. Friday 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Astoria, Oregon. See http://www.astoriacrabfest.com for current ticket prices.

April 23. SOLVE Beach Clean Up. Various spots in Warrenton, Seaside, Cannon Beach and north Oregon coast. This beach cleanup is family-friendly, and volunteers of all ages will find the event fun and rewarding. Remember ocean shores can be dangerous. Avoid logs in the water. Keep your distance from marine mammals, and never turn your back on the ocean! If you find any hazardous material, please alert your Beach Captain. And remember, it’s more fun to work as part of a team. Bring a buddy, stay safe and have fun. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. See solveoregon.org for exact locations.

April 28. Nature Matters. A lively conversation about the intersection of nature and culture, takes place on the fourth Thursday of each month from October through May. 6 p.m. Fort George Brewery + Public House. Astoria, Oregon. (503) 861-2471. www.nps.gov/lewi

April 29. Paint & Sip with Dawnings Art. $35 plus 2 drink minimum. 5p.m. The Vineside Wine Bar. 100 39th Street. Astoria, Oregon. http://www.thevineside.com.

May 6 - May 8. Spring Unveiling Arts Festival. galleries will welcome some of their most popular artists as guests in the galleries during the weekend or will curate special exhibitions of their latest works. During the 2022 event, visit 5 of the 10 participating galleries to be eligible to win one of five $50-100 gift certificates to be redeemed at the gallery of your choice. Cannon Beach, Oregon. cbgallerygroup.com/

May 7. Pouring at the Coast. Designed to engage the beer fan and offers a unique opportunity to talk with professionals while enjoying craft beer from across the state and beyond. This is must-attend event for beer fans and brewers alike. 3 p.m. Seaside Civic and Convention Center. 415 1st Ave. Seaside, Oregon. 503-738-8585. https://pouringatthecoast.com/

May 14. SDDA 2022 Spring Wine Walk. tastings from 20 Oregon Wineries and get acquainted with the wonderful downtown businesses as they provide complimentary appetizers for you to enjoy during the evening. For a small price, you can receive a commemorative event wine glass, an ID bracelet and a Wine Walk Map. ID, Glasses & wristbands can be picked up at any of 2 registration locations: Carousel Mall, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Seaside. $20 Cash only, no presales. Wineries will charge a nominal fee for tastings. Cash only day of event. 3 p.m. Seaside, Oregon. 503-717-1914. https://www.seasidedowntown.com/spring-wine-walk

May 19. Nature Matters. A lively conversation about the intersection of nature and culture, takes place on the fourth Thursday of each month from October through May. 6 p.m. Fort George Brewery + Public House. Astoria, Oregon. (503) 861-2471. www.nps.gov/lewi

May 20. Cannon Beach Fat Bike Festival. Includes beach bike ride, a self-guided ride on the Klootchy Creek Trails, a “Community Scavenger Hunt” around town to discover hidden treasures and tasty treats, bonfire with Fat Bike games and activities to finish off the day. 13-mile beach bike ride to Hug Point and the scenic waterfall during low tide. Registration https://cannonbeachchamber.eventsmart.com/?p=642. Cannon Beach, Oregon. (541) 270-7969.

June 7. Goonies Day. Currently unclear if any celebration will occur. But since it is not on a five-year mark of the anniversary whatever happens will not be big. Astoria, Oregon. Keep an eye on http://www.thegoondocks.org/.

June 10 . Sandcastle Weekend - Bonfire, Music & Smores. Cannon Beach, Oregon. More details at cannonbeach.org as they become known.

July 4. Fourth of July Fireworks, Astoria. They are back this year but so far no clear updates. Astoria, Oregon. Travelastoria.com.

July 4. 4th of July Fireworks Celebration. Fireworks are not allowed in the “Free Zone,” which is north and south of the Turnaround, inside the orange fencing. Only fireworks legal in Oregon will be allowed in Seaside city limits and on Seaside beaches. Beach fires are permitted 50 feet from dune grasses, with a fire and pit no more than 3 feet deep, 3 feet wide, and 3 feet high (flames). No pallets or accelerants are allowed. For the safety of emergency crews and beach-goers, please extinguish fires completely and fill pits back in. It is recommended that visitors find parking on the east side of the Necanicum river, in order to avoid a 60 to 90-minute exit time after the show. Please only park in legally designated parking areas and avoid private property. 10 p.m. Seaside, Oregon. Link to website. 503-738-6391.

July 29 – 30. Chalk Art Contest. Originally introduced in celebration of the Prom Centennial in 2021, hosted by The Sunset Empire Park & Rec on the Seaside Promenade. This event is open to artists of all ages and skill levels. Chalk Art on Friday, July 29 from 6-8pm at the Sunset Recreation Center. hen, on Saturday, July 30, artists will create art on the Seaside Promenade near Turnaround, with judging and an awards ceremony with prizes to follow. Seaside, Oregon. (503) 738-3311 http://www.sunsetempire.com/.

August 27. Hood to Coast Relay Finish Line at Seaside. Race is almost 200 miles long, ending in Seaside. Thousands pour into town over the weekend. Seaside, Oregon. https://hoodtocoast.com/htc-ptc/ 503-292-4626.

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Cannon Beach Fultano's. Delivers to hotels; slices for lunch. Find all the regular pizza favorites as well as gourmet varities, including seafood, linguica, teriyacki chicken and even a sauce made of mashed grapes. Amazing homemade soups. Pasta dishes out of this world, with now-famous recipe, stellar meatballs. Homemade lasagna. All affordable in family-friendly atmosphere that is also romantic.
All rooms are immaculate and have TV’s, VCR’s and in-room phones w/ data ports. Oceanfronts have queen bed, a double hide-a-bed, kitchen, cozy firelog fireplace and private deck. Both types sleep up to four people. Others are appointed for a two-person romantic getaway, yet still perfect for those on a budget. Elaborate oceanfront Jacuzzi suite has two bedrooms, kitchen, double hide-a-bed, fireplace and private deck, sleeping as many as six. For family reunions or large gatherings such as weddings, some rooms can connect to create two-room and three-room suites. Some rooms pet friendly

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