Library GAME NIGHT!!

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Join us Friday, March 31st from 6 – 8 p.m. for our first-ever GAME NIGHT, an after-hours community event. Meet up at the library. We’ll have a good selection of games available for all ages, including board games, card games, group games, and kid’s games. POPCORN BUFFET provided by Bruce’s Candy Kitchen – drinks and fun all included!
Date/Time: March 31, 2023 – 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
131 N Hemlock St Cannon Beach, OR

STORY TIME: Happy Hoppy Springtime!

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Join us for Story Time at the Cannon Beach Library, 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 1. Come listen to stories about the theme, “Happy Hoppy Springtime!” Story Time is a FREE event. Participants may pick up a take-home goody bag, and we’ll have some fun door prizes to draw (grab your ticket when you come in). Target age is pre-k to 8 yo, but any age may attend. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Contact us for more information.
Date/Time: April 1, 2023 – 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm
131 N Hemlock St Cannon Beach, OR


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11635 Ernst Ct. Nehalem
Saturday 3/25 9:30am to ?

Cash, Venmo, or ApplePay Only
(No checks, no holds)

Infant Necessities: (All barely used for Nana visits)
Pack n Play
Portable High Chair ( hooks on any table)
Umbrella Stroller
Froggy Potty
Toys- age 1-8
Plus size ladies wear
Woman’s shoes 9 to 91/2
Kitchen counter appliances
Queen and Full Bedding
Decorative Items
Children’s Craft supplies
Travel mini VCR TV
3 – 8’ picket fence panels
Hodgepodge $1 items
Harley Davidson ladies boots and gloves
Ladies leather jacket, chaps
Heated water foot soaker
Board games
DVD player

Free in-person yoga classes for vets returns to NCRD

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Are you a veteran or a family member of a vet? You are invited to attend a free Yoga4Vets class at NCRD, from 10:30 to 11:30 Tuesday mornings. The class will be offered both in person and on Zoom for veterans and their families.
Yoga has tremendous benefits for everyone from increased strength, flexibility and balance to breathwork, increased mindfulness and enhanced relaxation. Studies have found yoga to be effective in reducing PTSD and beneficial in calming emotions,
Yoga4Vets is offered through a partnership with the Veterans Services Office in Tillamook and the NCRD. The class is taught by instructor Janet Paulson.
Spring term Yoga4Vets classes begin Tuesday, April 4 in the Yoga Room at NCRD,
For more information, please contact Brian McMahon at

cork flooring

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Pending sale fell through, so re-posting about tongue & groove cork flooring for sale. Asking $120 -about half price – for approximately 25 sq.ft. Might serve for a smallish project like an entry way or a landing. Can throw in 8 – 12″ X 12″ tiles of a matching sandstone color to the cork!
Please call 503-368-3709 or email – no text.

Community Game Night Saturday April 8th

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Hello BBQ!!

Mark your calendars for our next Community Game Night! Saturday April 8th at 6PM, Rising Hearts Studio. Come have fun playing games with your neighbors and friends. You can bring your own favorite game to share, or play one of ours. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Hope to see you there!

35840 7TH ST
(503) 800-1092

Water Sanitation & Hygiene Classes, April Sessions Available

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Sign up for one of our popular WaSH class sessions in April. There are a few seats left.

We’ve received some excellent feedback from class attendees.

Local resident Pat Arcady said:
“I HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND taking this course! I learned sooo much and have increased confidence I can navigate whatever challenges present if we experience an earthquake, tsunami…or other natural disaster. Thank you Kim for a substantive and substantial curriculum and making available affordable, well thought-out systems for my personal hygiene needs + drinking water during a disaster.”

YES – For Local Health Care, Canvass, Sunday, 3/26 10:00 am

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We need your help!

A reminder to join us this Sunday to help spread the news about the bond measure and how it will address improvements in local health and senior care.

Remember to follow our Facebook page so you’re up to date on the bond measure and upcoming events.

Maria Muldaur tickers

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Bought tickets, can’t go. No refunds. Would like somebody to enjoy the show with the tickets. Show is March 26 at White Clover Grange. E-mail me at and I’ll e-mail tickets to you. First come first serve. Maria is self-confessed “road dog” and this is one of ten concerts in ten days. Here’s link to Pioneer story.

Manzanita house for rent

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Bright and sunny Manzanita house for rent June 15, 2023-March 15, 2024. Quietly located two blocks off of Manzanita’s main road and five blocks to the beach. Walk everywhere in town including to the charming farmer’s market. 3 bedroom plus bonus room, 2 bath, 2 level,1850 sq ft, unfurnished, small dogs negotiable. Wraparound, beautiful deck with peak of the water. The house is fully updated with new paint, new flooring, new electrical, etc. 1 car garage. Washer and dryer included. $3750 monthly. First and last month’s rent plus deposit. Utilities additional. Renter’s insurance required. Please email with questions at or text at 503.317.5826.

Heart of Cartm Trash Art Studio Fun!!!

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Want to make a cork sculpture but don’t want to drink 3,000 bottles of wine? No problem. Heart of Cartm can help! We’ve got the corks, the tools, the workshop space and the inspiration. You, bring you…and a friend. See you soon!

Open studio time for makers, tailors, and wannabe crafters. Come access supplies and tools so you can make your very own trash art gallery piece or wearable art for this year’s Trash Bash Art Festival events.
Sundays 1-3pm and Mondays 4-6pm All ages welcome. $5/hr


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The why behind the project….

Please take a moment to read this article about Cosmo Jones, owner of the Rockaway Roastery in Rockaway Beach, and his generous donation of sound equipment to NKN’s music department. North Coast Music Project is very excited to have Cosmo join our efforts to provide healthy outlets for students of the NKN district to express themselves through music.…

Our Maria Muldaur and her Red Hot Bluesiana Band show is almost sold out for this Sunday at White Clover Grange Hall but the you can still purchase a ticket at:

If you cannot attend the show and would like to make a tax deductible donation please send checks made out to : Fulcrum Community Resources, PO Box 136, Nehalem OR, 97131.

Please write”NCMP Music Donation” in the memo line.

“Music can lift us out of depression or move us to tears – it is a remedy, a tonic, orange juice for the ear. But for many of my neurological patients, music is even more – it can provide access, even when no medication can, to movement, to speech, to life. For them, music is not a luxury, but a necessity.”
Oliver Sacks (1933-2015) best-selling author and professor of neurology at NYU School Of Medicine


Music connects us all; to joy, shared experiences and cooperation, which are essential for healthy communities, and ultimately a healthy planet. 
We work with profit and non-profit entities, who share in our desire to provide events that support artists and enrich our community. We  provide programs that make music education accessible to children in our schools. We believe that if we put music in the hands of our children, we provide a healthy way for them to relate and process what they are experiencing in their lives.
For adults, especially those who face issues of isolation, due to physical, mental health or substance abuse challenges, music is a safe, healthy place to go; To connect, de-stress and be uplifted. We provide support, accessibility and inclusion for those facing challenges in our community through musical events.
Music shelters, heals and is an essential component to wellness.”