TEEN NIGHT TONIGHT!! North Coast Pinball 6-8 PM

Submitted By: Christy@cosmichealingnw.com – Click to email about this post
Hello BBQ Community-

TEEN NIGHT IS TONIGHT, Friday, May 17th, 6-8 PM at North Coast Pinball. FREE PINBALL and Games for ALL TEENS!!! Please spread the word, and send your teens in for some free fun!

Contact Christy (503) 800-1092, Christy@cosmichealingnw.com for info, questions/concerns, or to donate!

Thank you!

TEEN NIGHT at North Coast Pinball THIS Friday May 17th, 6-8PM

Submitted By: Christy@cosmichealingnw.com – Click to email about this post
Hello BBQ Community–

This Friday May 17th is TEEN NIGHT at North Coast Pinball, 6-8 PM. FREE PINBALL and Games for ALL TEENS!!!! Please spread the word and send your teen down for some free fun!!

Thank you!

Contact Christy at (503) 800-1092, or Christy@cosmichealingnw.com for info, questions, or to donate!


Submitted By: sheila.bayside@gmail.com – Click to email about this post
Dry Straw with some aged duck poop and duck feather molt mixed in. I am told by the organic vegetable farmer that used to get it from me that it is superb for the 60% brown material that compost piles need. Or it can be used as a mulch.

The person who appreciated it in the past has moved out of the area. I am looking for someone to haul this batch away. Location is Bayside Gardens/Nehalem. A pickup can be driven close to where you will load it. I have a wheelbarrow available to use if you have a small pickup and boards for a ramp. A small pickup bed is adequate to hall it.

Load and haul it away and it is yours for free. My two ducks were taken in broad daylight by an unknown predator seven months ago so the material should be dry and easy to load since it is in their duck house and not exposed to weather.
Text me @ 503-812-2022
email is ok but I tend to see texts better
Thank you BBQ

Candle Wax & Various Glass Containers: Will You Take Mine?

Submitted By: dldoktor@gmail.com – Click to email about this post
Greetings. I purchase and subsequently burn candles daily typically contained in glass from various local retailers like Fred Meyer, Fresh Foods, sometimes TJ Maxx, et al. At the candles’ terminus, my use for their remaining wax or glass containers is expended. They accumulate regularly! If you are a candle maker, know of someone who is, or perhaps would derive benefit or pleasure from these used waxy/glassy items, I can gladly deliver them on occasion if you dwell locally in the vicinity of Manzanita/Rockaway. Peace, David

Free items

Submitted By: bloominghearth@gmail.com – Click to email about this post

Coffee table that rises 48″×27″×16″ (raises to 25″)

Entertainment cabinet

Duxtop induction cook top with 2 magnetic pots (one with lid) included.

Breville toaster oven with 6 muffin tin.

Please call or text 928.451.5618

Guided Hikes On Salmonberry Trail

Submitted By: gardencoachkaren@gmail.com – Click to email about this post
Come learn more about the Salmonberry Trail, our history and some fun facts on our area.

The Salmonberry Trail Foundation is focused on one clear goal: constructing the 82-mile Salmonberry Trail. This trail is more than just a path; it’s a link to our shared history, the natural world around us, and the community we build together. Our mission is straightforward – to create a space that brings people closer to their environment and each other through a journey that spans the rich landscapes and stories of our region.

Hike Dates:
May 6
May 11
May 13
May 20
May 27

Co hosted by the Salmonberry Trail Foundation, Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad, Tillamook Health and Wellness, Visit Tillamook Coast and the City of Wheeler. We depart from the Wheeler Train Station.

Please park in the lower lot of waterfront park.

Register on line at the link below.


Yakima KingJoe 3 Bike Rack

Submitted By: gary_chin@icloud.com – Click to email about this post
Bike Rack (Free)
Yamika KingJoe3 bike rack (holds up to three bikes).
Excellent condition.
Fits on the back of hatchbacks, Minivans, SUVs… check Yakima website for your vehicle.

Works well, but we no longer have any of the above vehicles.

Text Gary if interested.

More FREE Japanese Maple volunteer seedlings

Submitted By: babbles@nehalemtel.net – Click to email about this post
half a dozen people have come to my hillside to dig japanese maple volunteer seedlings. you can barely see that any are gone.

they are sprouting up alongside and between the stone steps going down into my garden. they are tiny, two- and four-leaf. by the time you get here, some might be 6-leaf.

there are 1000’s !!!!

these are from green japanese maple trees, and they are not laceleaf. i don’t know the variety. i bought one when i first moved to this location 27 years ago. since then i planted seedlings from the japanese maple trees at U.S. Bank in manzanita. so these are likely a cross.

they have grown to their mature size of 15-20 feet tall on my north-facing hillside. in full sun they likely wouldn’t grow that tall.

they turn amber/russet colors in the fall, more vibrant with colder autumns, less colorful with milder autumns.

please TEXT if you are interested. 503-842-4637

lucy brook

Community Open Music Jam Friday at 6PM, Rising Hearts Studio

Submitted By: Christy@cosmichealingnw.com – Click to email about this post
Hello BBQ Community-

Our Community Open Music Jam is this Friday, May 3rd, at 6PM- bring your instruments, your voice, yourself and let’s have some fun!
Hope to see you there!

Rising Hearts Studio
35840 7th St,
Hwy 101 in downtown Nehalem
(503) 800-1092
“Lifting the community with education and services that promote healing on all levels.”

Used 18′ posts from pole barn FREE or donation

Submitted By: randall6r@gmail.com – Click to email about this post
Posts from a disassembled pole barn, most at or close to 18′ long, 7″x9″ actual dimensons. Some rot mainly on ends. Some nails and screws to remove. Approximately 18 count. You pick up and transport. FREE, but please consider a donation to the North Coast Land Conservancy. Located in south Seaside, text five oh three 577-6153. View and pick-up by appointment only.