Call Don at 360-772-5096
Call Don at 360-772-5096
Lance and Tammi (of the Waldron Dairy and Lance’s Farm Vittles) recently lost their hay barn to a fire. Insurance will only cover a portion of the cost of rebuilding. They are working hard to make repairs so they can put up hay this winter and continue to care for their animals.
Lance and Tammi have given much to our community by producing healthy local food and serving in leadership roles with area non-profits, including the North Coast Land Conservancy and the White Clover Grange.
This is our opportunity to give something back to a wonderful farm family who helps keep us deliciously fed!
In gratitude for your support, the White Clover Grange will host a feast featuring Lance’s Farm Vittles this fall.
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.
Between August 15 and September 30, 2022, we are accepting submissions for exhibitions beginning February 2023 through December 2023. To be considered, all work must be submitted electronically using the Submittable Online Platform. Each submission requires a $5 fee to help offset the cost of the online platform license.
Our not-for-profit art center gallery features:
• Artists with a connection to the North Oregon coast
• Visiting artists who lead Hoffman workshops, demonstrations or lectures
• A variety of artists: we do not represent artists and do not repeat artists who have shown within the previous two years.
The Hoffman Gallery will:
Design and install each exhibit
Promote shows through local print media, social media, Hoffman e-newsletters, flyers
Host an opening artist reception when possible
Staff the gallery with volunteers
Receive 30% sales commission, 25% if shared with a representing gallery.
Artists are expected to:
Provide artwork that is available for purchase unless otherwise arranged
Provide consistently framed artwork for easy and secure hanging or display, including professional art hanging hardware for all wall mounted art
Market their shows through their personal websites, newsletters, social media, email
Participate in the exhibition reception when possible and give a brief artist talk
Receive 70% of sales price, or 50% if shared with a representing gallery
Deliver and unpack work prior to the exhibit and remove packing materials
Pack and pick up unsold work at the end of the exhibit according to the published schedule.
Find the submission portal online at hoffmanarts.org/submit_gallery/
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…
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.
Free. You must arrange transportation. We cannot.
Thanks for your interest
Also a nice mirror 43 x 31 for $25.
Contact Paula at 503-382-7353
Everyone has a gift for something, even if it’s the gift of being a good friend. -Marian Anderson
A Thule box that hitches onto the back of your vehicle. Originally $800. Used twice?? Dusty from storage but otherwise perfect. $250
Located in Nehalem.
You pickup and haul away, please email for details.
Now there are just a few items left. So this is the last chance: Dining room table and 6 chairs, King bed and mattress, a dresser. Great low prices. What doesn’t sell is going to Consignment NW in the Portland area. Call if interested
34560 Lodgepole Dr, Pine Ridge in Manzanita
503 349 1341
We do have a few very nice items left to sell:
A beautiful dinning room table 40″ x 60″ with an 18″ extension
and 6 upholstered chairs: $395
Very nice King sleigh bed with & Sealy Posturepedic mattress .. hardly used for $300
A Drexel Heritage women’s dresser, excellent condition for $325
Please contact Cindy at 503-349-1341
Pine Ridge in Manzanita