Yellow Radio Class – September 17, 2022, 11 am – 1 pm

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You must be located in the Nehalem Bay region to sign up for this class.

Yellow Radio program is neighbors using small walkie-talkie type radios to communicate locally within their neighborhoods. Yellow Radios will allow neighbors to communicate about news, needs, and available local resources.

Communication is one of the most important components of emergency preparedness and response. In many emergencies, especially a major earthquake and tsunami like the anticipated Cascadia Subduction Zone event, usual communication pathways like landlines, cell phones, and the internet will be unavailable.

Register for a Yellow Radio class where you will learn how to operate your radio and communicate effectively in your neighborhood. Classes are also a great way to refresh your skills.

River Community Meditation

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Community and Inspiration

We meet every Wednesday at 6 p.m.

St Catherine’s Sanctuary next to Hope Chest and near the Shell Station…right off 101

What is River Community Meditation?

To enjoy all our gifts, together, in silence…

Witnessing what is arising and passing through us…

the joys and sorrows and inspirations…

Seeing clearly and allowing space for the pain in ourselves…and others.

Developing kindness as the capacity to feel and offer what is needed.

Sharing, to celebrate this one precious life…

Together.

Nestucca Valley Artisans Festival Returns to Pacific City

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The 28th Annual Nestucca Valley Artisans Festival returns to beautiful Pacific City Saturday and Sunday, August 20-21, 10-5 each day. The show will take place at the Kiawanda Community Center, 34600 Cape Kiwanda Dr. This event has been a community and coastal favorite since the early 1990s, and now after a two-year Covid hiatus, the show is back!

Artwork will be available for sale in a variety of art forms, created by 15 local area artists, some who have shown their work every year since 1993, others who are new to the festival. Participating artists are: Michael and Linda Soeby (pottery), Lynne Wintermute (oil and cold wax painting), Bill Cary (pottery), Arlon Gilliland (painting and masks), Dana Hulburt (acrylic painting on birch panels), Victor Guschov (painting), Barb Haddad (ceramics), Alita Pearl (silver jewelry and leather), Danelle Jones (nature illustration), Karen Gelbard (handwoven apparel), Kent and Nancy Searles (lapidary, wire wrapping, ceramics), Merrie Jo Snow (painting and prints), Nancy McEwen (painting), Kelly Howard (blown glass), and Mark Cavatorta (ceramics).

Come join the fun and go home with something beautiful! Questions? Contact 503-392-4581.

Hole in your pocket? Missing a button?

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Then, sign up for the Repair Cafe this Saturday!!
August 13th, 3:00 – 5:00

We have several small appliance fixing experts and a seamstress available to help repair your items. Please sign up on our website so we know you are coming.
(If you can’t make this one, you can still sign up for the Next Repair Cafe on September 10th.)

www.heartofcartm.org/repaircafe

BIG Outdoor Sale this Saturday

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LARGE OUTDOOR SALE
this coming Saturday, August 13th
in the lower Pine Ridge neighborhood
at 35174 Ponderosa Loop from 9am to 3pm.

Some of the items available are:
Golf Clubs both right and left-handed, bags & carts.
Upholstered chairs. Bookshelf. 2 wall lamps with shades. 2 Cabella folding cots. Bike racks. Wood splitter. 4′ antique level with brass edges. Kitchen items. Doctor’s weight/height scale. Plastic bins and baskets. 2 garbage bins with lids. Speakers. Pillows. Towels. Bird Bath. Sundial. Women’s Size 8 L.L. Bean boots, Crocs, new slippers. 3 cat towers, cat beds, cat toys, litter, litter boxes, cat food, brushes, travel cage. Much more…. AND lots of FREE stuff too.

Join us and make a difference

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Do you want to make sure progressives win in the mid term elections? Getting out the vote in key states is crucial for success and to protect democracy. Tillamook Democracy Project is hosting a letter writing party August 13, 10-12 at the Tillamook Library. We will be writing [Vote Forward](www.votefwd.org/) letters to potential progressive voters in key states. Vote Forward letters are a proven way to increase the turn out of people who are likely to vote progressive but may not be motivated to vote. Vote Forward’s goal is to send 10 million letters in October. Tillamook Democracy Project has a goal of 20,000 letters. Join us at the library to write letters, be with friends and enjoy homemade cardamom roles, fruit, coffee and tea. [RSVP here](www.mobilize.us/swingleft/event/487130/)

Memorial gathering for Virginia Woodward Saturday August 13

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Memorial gathering for Virginia Woodward
Saturday August 13, 1-3 pm at White Clover Grange

The White Clover Grange is hosting a memorial gathering for long time Grange member and Nehalem resident Virginia Woodward (May 8, 1930-June 3, 2022).
Please join with family and friends to share stories and celebrate Virginia’s memory.

White Clover Grange
36585 Hwy 53
(1.2 miles north of the Mohler Coop)

For more information call
Marie Scovell
503 368-5674

3 LEG TORSO RETURNS TO NCRD SATURDAY AUGUST 27TH

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3 LEG TORSO
RETURNS TO NCRD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th
FOR ANOTHER FANTASTIC PERFORMANCE.

3 Leg Torso formed in 1996 as a violin, cello and accordion trio with the mission of creating modern chamber music for their unique instrumentation.

Over the following years, the ensemble, now a quartet, have been performing original compositions based on an eclectic mix of chamber music, tango, klezmer, Latin, and Roma (Gypsy) music.

As principal composers, founding members Béla R. Balogh (violin, trumpet, octave mandolin) and Courtney Von Drehle (accordion, saxophone) provide the core of 3 Leg Torso’s sound. They will be joined by unique musicians T.J.Arko and Bill Athens.

3 Leg Torso’s international reputation includes composing music for a United Nations documentary in Thailand, recording music for Deutsche Komtel in Germany and providing theme music for a Bosnian television series.

This will be their long awaited second appearance at NCRD.
3 Leg Torso is a great show for the family!
Children under 12 will be admitted for free!

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT TICKETTOMATO.COM
OR AT THE DOOR.

NCRD PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
36155 9TH STREET, NEHALEM www.ncrd.org 855-444-6273

MEET THE BAND ON YOUTUBE!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uksY4DCdB8k

Emerging from the Deep: Artist Reception!

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The Cannon Beach Gallery invites you to our “Emerging from the Deep” artist reception. Saturday August 6 from 4:30 – 6:30PM. Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, and view the work.This exhibit will be on view July 27 – August 28, 2022

About the Artists:

Pam Greene:

My daily life looks west to the Pacific. The background roar is a soundtrack of increasing and decreasing volume in step with the magnitude of tidal force. These paintings hold within them my experiences as an artist on the edge of the ocean.

The arrival and retreat of the sea is as predictable as clockwork, and yet unknowable in final form. The hypnotic shoreward surge rearranges itself into sets, no two ever the same.

There are days with green and blue waves, (more than a few) gray days, aqua and mint days, and precious, spectacular days of turquoise, emerald, sapphire and gold. There are days when the depths are concealed by reflections of the sky above, and days of transparency.

The waves leave behind a sculpted landscape of quiet pools, windows into the world of mysterious life below.

Each day the shoreline is restored, and for those who love the ocean, we are restored as well.

With an MFA in art and design from Stanford, and an undergraduate degree in botany, I am a perpetual observer of nature’s inspiring forms. I learned to paint in oils in the early 70’s, and have been painting ever since. In 1988 I moved to Oregon, where my visual perceptions were further shaped by a 30-year career of shoe design and innovation at Nike. I’ve been painting Central Oregon and the Oregon Coast professionally since 1994.

As an innovator, I approach each painting as something of an experiment. I like to be surprised as the composition emerges, and create balance with distilled, delineated shapes using brushstrokes aiming to capture nature’s spontaneity. The resulting pieces have a graphic quality with influences from my many years of travel to East Asia, and study of East Asian art.

My work is represented in private collections nationally and internationally, and available through the Portland Art Museum’s Rental Sales gallery. rentalsalesgallery.com/

MJ Anderson:

I create sculpture in collaboration with marble, carving a material that once was alive under the sea. Ancient coral reefs and bones from ocean creatures accumulated over millennia on the bottom of changing seas. With geologic shifts and the weight of time, these deposits were highly compressed under extreme heat and pressure and thrust upwards into marble mountains. The quarrying process cuts open these mountains to expose the history of our planet. My marble is from Carrara, Italy – where I have worked for 40 years, bringing sculptures to fruition in my studios both in Carrara and on the Oregon Coast.

‘Fisherman & Birdies’ by Ben K. Rosenberg ends this Friday morning Aug.5, at Manzanita Library.

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‘Fisherman & Birdies’ by Ben K. Rosenberg ends this Friday am Aug. 5 at Manzanita library. Percentage of sales will go directly to support the library.
Ben Killen Rosenberg presents paintings and collages of “Fisherman & Birdies” at Manzanita Library on 571 Laneda. Up on three walls in our fabulous library Hours: Thursday 10AM–1PM, 1:30–6PM Last day is this Thursday August 4, 2022 (closes at 6pm). Show comes down Friday morning after they open at 10am. Then the work gets packed and sent to the MOMA in NYC.

GARAGE SALE

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Garage Sale on Aug 5 (Friday) and Aug 6 (Saturday)
9 AM to 3 PM
161 Edmund Lane, Manzanita
South of Laneda between Carmel and 3rd St

Kayak, inflatable (light weight), 2 person with paddles
Card Table w/4 chairs
1000 lb chain hoist

Wheat grass juicer
Gevalia coffee maker 2-4 cup
Juicer, Tiger
Used pressure cooker

Books, cooking, garden and bird
Vases, all sizes
Framed, numbered western prints and batiks

Recreational items

Lots more, too much to list. Come take a look

Heather Christie live at North Fork 53 this Sunday!

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Join us for a live acoustic concert outside by the river this Sunday evening!

Sunday, August 7th at 6pm

Astoria native, Heather Christie was born singing to a family of musicians on the Oregon Coast. As a baby she attended her dad’s rock shows under her mother’s poncho. Early on she picked up her mother’s 1942 Martin Guitar and began writing her own music.

Playing in bluegrass jams, country and gospel sing alongs, musical tributes, competitions, and radio theater… A Lilith Fair Finalist, Heather has performed nationwide, from solo artist, to full band, to the award winning FROGTOWN musical stage show, honoring the muse wherever she goes.

“Heather has developed her own brand of Lyrical Soul and it’s traveling down the road in a Folkwagon bus” ~Hipfish Arts & Culture

There are a limited amount of tickets available for this special private show. Please click the link below for more info and to get your spot!

www.northfork53.com/heather-christie-show/heather-christie-private-concert-tickets?p?p&mc_cid=54119442fe&mc_eid=fc661efbb7

Public Invited to Shoreline Explorations with Noted Expert

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The CoastWatch program of the Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition is offering two August field trips with coastal ecologist Stewart Schultz, author of The Northwest Coast: A Natural History. The events are free and open to all and will last two – three hours.

The first of these shoreline natural history-oriented walks takes place on Friday, Aug. 12, beginning at 8 a.m., at Manhattan Beach State Recreation Site (just north of Rockaway Beach). This beachwalk will focus on the ecology of sandy beaches, from the low-tide zone to the high beach.

The other is scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 14, 7:30 a.m., at Oswald West State Park. This field experience will be devoted to the rocky intertidal shoreline.

For details on where to park, meeting place and to register, go to oregonshores.org/coastwatch, or contact Jesse Jones, CoastWatch Volunteer Coordinator, at (503) 989-7244, jesse@oregonshores.org.

CoastWatch is a volunteer program through which individuals, families, and groups adopt mile-long segments of the Oregon shoreline and keep watch for both natural changes and human impacts.

GARAGE SALE

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Garage Sale
August 5 (Friday) and Aug 6 (Saturday) 9 AM to 3 PM
161 Edmund Lane, Manzanita (South of Laneda between Carmel and 3rd St)

Household items
Cookbooks
Baskets
Framed Prints and batiks
Windchimes
Vases, handblown
Flokati rug
Rattan lamp
Games and puzzles

Recreational items
gas heater
gas cooker
Hiking gear
Dog buggy

And many more Treasures

‘Fisherman & Birdies’ by Ben K. Rosenberg ends this Thursday Aug. 4 at Manzanita library

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Ben Killen Rosenberg presents paintings and collages of “Fisherman & Birdies” at Manzanita Library on 571 Laneda. Up on three walls in our fabulous library Hours: Monday 10AM–1PM, 1:30–6PM Tuesday 10AM–1PM, 1:30–6PM Wednesday 10AM–1PM, 1:30–6PM Thursday 10AM–1PM, 1:30–6PM Last day is this Thursday August 4, 2022 (closes at 6pm).

Garden Tea & Lecture with Doug Kenck-Crispin

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Garden Tea with Beaver Tales and Treasure Trails Lecture
To Benefit Cannon Beach History Center & Museum

Cannon Beach, OR – Doug Kenck-Crispin of Kick Ass Oregon History podcast fame enjoys finding quirky, under-represented and not oft-told tales from Oregon’s past. He has travelled the extreme four corners of Oregon, and many of the roads in between, seeking authentic and weird stories of the Beaver State. He will share his stories of Oregon’s Beaver Money and tales of legendary treasures from actual archival maps. Audience members will receive copies of these maps. Doug Kenck-Crispin, his name a result of his “hippie parents”, says this “may be the only history lecture where an audience member could end up stinking, filthy rich”. The filthy rich part depends, of course, on using the maps to find the elusive treasures.

While there is no guarantee of riches, the Garden Tea and Lecture promises to be informative and delicious featuring teas donated by North Fork 53 Communitea Wellness, sweet treats donated by Cannon Beach Bakery and savory tea sandwiches creations. Join fellow history buffs at the Chamber Hall on Sunday, September 11 at 11:00am. The lecture and tea are part of a larger weekend of festivities including the Opening Night Benefit Bash at the museum on Friday evening featuring a splendid Silent Auction and the Cottage & Garden Tour itself. The tour this year, which features the most cottages ever, takes place amidst the Presidential Streets of Cannon Beach on Saturday, September 10 from 12noon to 5pm.

The Cannon Beach Cottage & Garden Tour tickets, which are $40.00 will not sell out and are available the day of the tour. The tickets for the Garden Tea & Lecture have historically sold out, so buy early. Doug Kenck-Crispin, whose writings have appeared in The Oregonian, Portland Monthly, Willamette Week, Street Roots and the Portland Mercury, is an entertaining speaker you will not want to miss. Tickets for the lecture and tea are $25.00 and the proceeds from the entire weekend go to benefit the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum.

The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is a private not-for-profit organization that preserves and shares the history of the Cannon Beach and Arch Cape area. The museum is alive and well thanks to the many sponsors, supporters, volunteers, members, and donors that are coming together to make the 2022 Cottage & Garden Tour weekend a great success. Visit our website (www.cbhistory.org) for more details and to purchase tickets.

Hoffman Center for the Arts presents Macro Photography Class

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Visual Arts Workshop
Macro Photography
August 20 and 21 | 10:00am–2:00pm
Tuition $150 | includes materials
Hoffman Center for the Arts | 594 Laneda Avenue | Manzanita
This class requires proof of vaccination

Course description:
Macro Photography is the art of capturing extreme close-up images of very small subjects. This course will open your mind and enable you to explore the beauty in the land of the tiny objects and animals that lie among the often unseen or unnoticed “universe” lying just beneath us at our feet! Using the Wonder Garden as our “Macro Laboratory” we will learn important photography skills that apply to the unique world of macro photography. After a short session to review photography basics, we will explore relevant topics including lens choices, controlling and sculpting with light, focus techniques along with composition concepts and color theory. After taking this course you will possess the skills to capture incredible images that will turn heads!

Follow this link for more information or to register:
hoffmanarts.org/events/macro-photography-workshop/

Astoria Open Studios This weekend- featuring Ben Killen Rosenberg

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Good day!

If you are headed to the Astoria, come visit this weekend.

I’m participating in the Astoria Open Studio Tour with so many amazing local artists and makers: Saturday and Sunday 11am -5pm. July 30, 31.

This is a wonderful time to see the print studio. Come find out about printmaking program I run for Clatsop Community College, and see my work. I’ll also be doing print demos. Upstairs at Star of Sea Church, 1465 Grand Ave., Astoria.

Hope to see you!!
Cheers,
Ben

More info
astoriavisualarts.org/astoria-open-studios-tour

Bart Budwig & Friends

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Friday, August 12 at 7pm, come join us at the Bay City Arts Center for a live band with Bart Budwig & Friends, a “cosmic country” musician described as “one of the most underrated musicians in Oregon” by OPB. Tickets are $20 by visiting our website, or $25 at the door. Doors open at 6:30pm, and the show starts at 7pm. Purchase tickets here: baycityartscenter.weebly.com/performances.html

Rob Scheps and the TBA Band in

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Sunday August 14th, the Bay City Arts Center presents Rob Scheps and the TBA Band in “A Midsummer Night’s Jazz Dream.” Summer, dreams and Shakespeare are the reference points for the program’s jazz selections. Rob Scheps’ TBA Band is a rotating cast of Portland’s best young jazz artists. Scheps has facilitated a musical cross- breeding by introducing Portland area artists to the Tillamook Bay community. With him this time will be Wes Georgiev on piano. Wes will be making his 3rd appearance at BCAC. Also in the band are drummer Michael Rodenkirch and bassist Nick Morrison. Tickets are $20 by visiting our website, or $25 at the door. Doors open at 5:30pm, and the show starts at 6pm. Purchase Tickets Here: baycityartscenter.weebly.com/performances.html

Coaster Theatre Playhouse Offers Musical Theatre Audition Workshop

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Coaster Theatre Playhouse Offers Musical Theatre Audition Workshop

Dreamed of singing on stage as part of a musical production but not sure how to prepare for the auditions? The Coaster Theatre Playhouse is offering a free musical theatre audition workshop to introduce the musical audition process.

Open to ages 12 and older, the workshop will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Coaster Theatre, 108 N. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach. More information is at coastertheatre.com or by calling the box office at 503-436-1242.

During the workshop, participants will learn a song that they can use in future musical auditions. They will also learn a movement/dance routine to understand the portion of an audition as well as cold-read from a script.

At this time all participants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination at the workshop. Participants may display proof of vaccination with a physical vaccination card, a legible copy of their vaccination card or a legible digital copy of their vaccination card in addition to a matching photo ID (children under the age of 16 are not required to show ID if accompanied by a parent or guardian). Masks are optional but encouraged at the Coaster Theatre.

The world’s best-known suspects come to life in Clue: The Musical at the Coaster Theatre Playhouse

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Who killed Mr. Boddy, in what room and with what weapon? Pay attention and deduce the solution when Clue: The Musical takes to the stage at the Coaster Theatre Playhouse.

Opening Aug. 13 and running through Sept. 10, performances will be at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at the Coaster Theatre Playhouse.

The internationally popular board game has been turned into a fun-filled musical that brings the world’s best-known suspects to life. It invites the audience to help solve the mystery: who killed Mr. Boddy, in what room and with what weapon? Pay attention and deduce the solution from clues given throughout the evening; there are 216 possible endings!

Clue: The Musical is directed by Patrick Lathrop and features David Sweeney as Mr. Boddy, Shay Knorr as Mrs. Peacock, Bryan Lelek as Professor Plum, Toddy Adams as Miss Scarlet, Patrick Lathrop as Colonel Mustard, Cathey Ryan as Mrs. White, Bennett Hunter as Mr. Green and Joslynn Johansen as the Detective.

The production crew includes Heather Hoffman (stage manager), Kirk Valles (accompanist), Carson Schulte (accompanist), Patrick Lathrop (costumer), Mick Alderman, (set builder/lighting design) Juan Lira (set painter) and Nancy McCarthy (sound and light operator).

Tickets are $25 or $30; they can be purchased at the theatre box office (503-436-1242) or online at coastertheatre.com. The box office is open 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and open until curtain on performance days.

At this time, everyone must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to enter the Coaster Theatre on performance day. Face masks are optional but encouraged. The Coaster Theatre recommends visiting coastertheatre.com or contacting the box office closer to the performance for possible changes to the theatre’s COVID policy.

Artist Reception – Emerging from the Deep

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The Cannon Beach Gallery is proud to present “Emerging from the Deep” an exhibition featuring sculpture by M.J Anderson and paintings by Pam Greene. This exhibition will be on view at the Cannon Beach Gallery from July 27 – August 28, 2022.

We invite you to join us for the opening reception on Saturday, August 6th from 4:30 to 6:30 PM.

Cannon Beach Gallery: 1064 S Hemlock St. Cannon Beach, OR 97110 (Mid-Town)

Visit our website for more information: cannonbeacharts.org