REVOLVING DOOR WITH LISHA ROSE –
Classic rock is back and it’s Halloween night in Yachats. Time to heat up the dance floor and BOOgie with popular rock and blues diva Lisha Rose and Lincoln County music scene veterans Jay Arce on drums and Will Kang and Bill Wallace on guitar. 9 p.m.-12:30 a.m. (21 and over) Alder Bistro & Lounge, 160 W 2nd St., Yachats. 541-547-3420.
Lincoln City Community Center offers combined First Aid/CPR and Lifeguard class
A combined Red Cross First Aid/CPR and Lifeguard course will take place soon at the Lincoln City Community Center. The class dates are Nov. 7-8 for First Aid/CPR only, and Nov. 7-9 and Nov. 15-16 Lifeguarding.
The First Aid/CPR class will include AED for the Professional Rescuer. This is a perfect class for teachers, coaches and the general public. The cost is $40.
The Lifeguard course is $60, and includes First Aid/CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. Lifeguard class participants must be at least 15 years of age and able pass a pre-swim test prior to enrollment. The test includes a 300-meter swim and diving to the bottom of the deep end to retrieve a brick. The test day and time will be announced. Lifeguard candidates must either purchase a textbook or download the manual to an e-reader or iPad.
Lincoln City Aquatic Lead Colin Perkins and Aquatic Supervisor Ryan Smith will instruct the class using safety equipment purchased with a grant from the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians Charitable Contribution Fund. The equipment includes the “Ultimate VAT Girl,” the next generation in-water rescue manikin; life-like Prestan CPR/AED manikins; and a C.J. Rescue Backboard.
Successful completion of the lifeguard class will lead to Red Cross certification and possible employment opportunities as a lifeguard.
The course schedule is:
5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 7 (CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer)
9 a.m. – Noon, Saturday, Nov. 8 (First Aid)
Noon – 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8 (Lifeguarding)
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9 (Lifeguarding)
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 (Lifeguarding)
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16 (Lifeguarding)
Register early, as the class size is limited. For more information contact the Lincoln City Community Center, 541-994-2131, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Community Center is located at 2150 NE Oar Place.
Gleneden Beach Community Club will be serving breakfast Sunday Nov. 2, 2014 from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. at 110 Azalea St.
The menu will be Sausage or Ham, eggs, Orange Juice and all the pancakes one can eat Adults $5.00 4 years old thru 10 years old $2.50 Under 4 years old free. Nellie Jaujou 541 764 2994
Fall into Winter Dinner & Silent Auction:
Please join us on Saturday November 8th at 5 pm at St. Luke’s by the Sea in Waldport for the “Fall into Winter Dinner & Silent Auction”. (St. Luke’s is located at 1353 S. Pacific Coast Hwy in Waldport -just south of Copeland Lumber).
This evening event is designed to share fabulous food prepared by some of the area’s best chefs. Chef Anthony Velarde and Chef Michelle Korgan from ONA Restaurant in Yachats will prepare the feast. The menu will include appetizers focusing on Oregon products including artisanal cheeses and seasonal fruits. The main courses are a choice of C.A.B. Flat Iron Steak and Chinook salmon – or both. A vegetarian option of pumpkin risotto will also be offered. Pacific Sourdough of Waldport will offer the most scrumptious desserts and artisan breads.
A silent auction with a variety of special items from local merchants and farms will be offered.
Tickets are just $25 each for an evening of fun. Tickets are available at two Waldport merchants – Sheila’s Ice Cream Shoppe and Waldport Video. Or call Dutch at 541-270-3747.
This event will help support the ongoing ministries of St. Luke’s such as monthly community dinners which are offered on the fourth Tuesday of every month. In addition, ten percent of the proceeds will be donated to the South Lincoln County Voucher Program. This program provides emergency assistance to local residents in critical need for help with basic services. Aid is given to help residents remain in their homes.
Clothing Give away to Be Held November 2, Noon-2om
(Please note location change) Sizes to fit the whole family. Everyone welcome. Sponsored by Waldport Seventh-day Adventist Church.
EVERY SUNDAY IN NOVEMBER -- Lincoln City Farmers & Crafters Market — Indoors
Open from 9 am to 3 pm Sundays through the month of November. For details call the Lincoln City Farmers Market, http://www.lincolncityfarmersmarket.org, 541-921-5745
EVERY SUNDAY IN NOVEMBER – Unity by the Sea services, 11 am Sundays in the Conference Room. Unity by the Sea church is now offering services at the Lincoln City Cultural Center, led by spiritual leader Sandra Combs. For details, call 541-418-0345.
Saturday, Nov. 1 Lincoln Pops Big Band Dance, 7 pm
The Lincoln Pops Orchestra, also known as the Lincoln Pops Big Band, has evolved into one of the finest big bands in Oregon, playing both concert performances and dances. A non-profit organization, the Lincoln Pops are dedicated to preserving and passing along the heritage of the big band era, and plays concert performances as well as dances. $10 in advance, $12 at the door
Sunday, Nov. 2 Modern Mandolin Quartet, 7 pm
The Modern Mandolin Quartet is a chamber group using the instruments of the mandolin family (two mandolins, mandola and a mando-cello) to perform classical and contemporary compositions from around the world. The MMQ was founded in the mid-1980s by Dana Rath and Mike Marshall, who in a moment of insanity decided to bring back the mandolin ensemble tradition of the early 1900s. Originally created for the performer’s personal enjoyment, the group has achieved success with four albums on Windham Hill Records and concert tours throughout the U.S. and Europe (plus two additional albums on independent labels). They’re touring the country this fall in support of their latest album, “Americana.” Tickets are $18 advance/$20 at the door.
Robert McBride returns with two new dates for his “Discovering Who You Are” astrology workshops. (You need attend only once.)
Astrology Workshops Schedule:
Saturday, October 25th, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Thursday, November 6th, 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Robert creates a personalized birth chart and a simple 5-point analogy of your authentic self. Therefore you will need to register at least one week in advance, providing the following information: name; date and time of birth; and place of birth.
About 30 years ago Robert became excited about astrology after reading the “Sagittarius Child” section of Linda Goodman’s book Sun Signs. “It was as though she had followed me through my childhood and wrote about me!” he says. He had his own chart done by a professional astrologer, but found it difficult to remember the explanations a few months later. He wanted to figure out a way to make the birth chart easy to grasp from the start. After many years of study and experiences, Robert put together a user-friendly system for understanding the basics of this helpful “science.”
His workshop offers a short history of astrology, the nuts and bolts of the birth chart design, and a simple 5-point explanation of your unique self. The chart and handouts are yours to keep, a useful reference for the rest of your life.
The workshops will be held in the education room at the 60+ Center, located at 20 SE 2nd Street in Newport. For more information call 541-265-9617.
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A Matter of Balance:
Managing Concerns About Falls
Beginning Thursday, October 23rd, the Newport 60+ Activity Center will be offering a free 8-week wellness program designed specifically to help older adults find new levels of confidence as they go about their daily lives.
Are you missing out? Have you lost opportunities to spend time with family and friends because of concerns about falling? Do you spend less time enjoying your favorite activities because you fear you might fall? If so, A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls can help you get back to the people and pastimes you care about.
It only makes sense to be concerned about falling, but letting the fear of falling hold you back from active living is even more dangerous. Limiting your activities leads to increased physical weakness, making the risk of falling even greater, and increased isolation and depression can result from limiting interactions with your family and friends. The strategies taught in A Matter of Balance will improve your quality of life and help you stay independent!
If you are an older adult who is worried about the risk of falling, A Matter of Balance will help you reduce your fear and increase your activity levels. You will learn how to change your environment to reduce fall risk factors, to set realistic goals to increase your activity, and learn simple exercises to increase your strength and balance.
This program will be held in the downstairs Education Room at the 60+ Center, located at 20 SE 2nd Street in Newport. For more information or to sign-up, call 541-265-9617.
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The Lincoln City Elks Lodge is holding the annual Silent Auction November 9th The Lincoln City Elks Lodge is holding the annual Silent Auction November 9th from 12pm-3pm (Pre-view from 12pm-1pm) and bidding from 1pm-3pm. The Silent Auction is the main source of funding for our yearly Christmas Basket Program. Last year our Elks Lodge was able to help 250 families in need by providing baskets with food for families and gifts for the children.
Would you be willing to broadcast an advertisement to assist us? The Elks are a non-profit organization (Tax ID #93-0412453). The charitable work the Elks Lodge does greatly rely on our community partners to be successful.
BASKETBALL REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!! Register at the Recreation Center
Newport 7th/8th Grade Basketball
Register now at the Recreation Center for Newport 7th/8th grade basketball. Players will get the chance to test their skills against teams around Lincoln County. Most games and practices will be Monday through Friday evenings.
The 7th/8th grade boys and girls play split seasons. This year the girls will play first with games starting in November and the boys starting in January. Registration fee is $50.00 and scholarships are available as funds allow. Girls’ registration deadline is October 31. Boys’ registration deadline is December 1. For more information, contact the Recreation Center at 541-265-7783 or visit http://www.neportoregon.gov.
Newport Parks and Recreation
Youth Basketball Shooting Clinic
BASKETBALL SHOOTING CLINIC
Register now for Youth Basketball Shooting Clinic by Newport Parks and Recreation and Newport High School.
Newport Basketball Shooting Clinic will instruct each player to perfect their shot through intense, repetitive drills that lock the necessary shooting technique into the player’s muscle memory. This will enable the athlete to execute proper fundamentally-sound shooting mechanics in the future.
The camp will be held on Tuesdays, October 9, 16, 23 and 30. Registration is open to 5th-8th grade players. Camp will run from 6pm-7:30pm at the recreation center. Space is limited and only 20 spots are available. Registration fee is $40. Scholarships are available as funds allow. Registration deadline is October 7th.
For more information, contact the Recreation Center at 541-265-7783 or visit http://www.neportoregon.gov.
1st-6th Grade Basketball
Register now at the Recreation Center
Registration is now open for 1st-6th Grade Basketball at the recreation center. The emphasis of the league is to have fun, improve skills, learn team play and develop a passion for the game. Practices are held one to two times a weekly and games are played on Saturdays at various locations around Lincoln County. 1st-2nd graders play on coed teams. 3rd-6th graders are split into boy and girl leagues.
Registration fee is $50. Scholarships are available as funds allow. Registration deadline is November 8. Player evaluations will be held prior to practices. Players are expected to attend all games and practices. Contact the recreation center for more information at 541-265-7783 or 225 S.E. Avery Street.
The Yachats Coastal Gems Monthly Walk November 4th
The Yachats Coastal Gems Volkswalkers invite you to “Come Walk With Us” on Tuesday, November 4, in Florence. We will be walking the Woahink-Cleawox YRE. This 10K walk is rated a 1A for relatively flat natural paths. A 5K option will be available. The course is not appropriate for wheelchairs and will be difficult for strollers.
Meet at the Commons in Yachats at 8:55 AM to carpool to Florence, or meet us at the Sportsman, 249 Highway 101, at 9:45 to register. We will then drive to the start point.
Dogs are allowed on this walk, but must be on a six-foot leash, not an extendable lead. Please carry water and cleanup materials for your pet.
On Wednesday, November 5, our club meeting will be our annual “Soup Supper” at 5 PM at the home of one of our members. The location is TBA. Call, or check our website for details.
If you need additional information or directions call Gene and Linda Williamson in Seal Rock at 541-563-6721, or Maryann Brown in Waldport at 541-961-4279. Our club website is http://www.yachatscoastalgems.org
The Newport Community Drum Circle will resume its regular monthly winter schedule this month, meeting every second Saturday afternoon from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., beginning October 11, in the glass enclosed gazebo at Don Davis Park at the west end of Olive Street across from the Newport Performing Arts Center. It meets twice monthly during the summer months.
The year round rhythm jams at the park, now in their seventh year, are always free, family friendly, and drug, alcohol, and smoke free, according the Drum Circle facilitator Chandler Davis. All ages are welcome, no musical experience is necessary and extra drums or other instruments are available for people who don’t have their own.
Davis, a retired behavioral health counselor, said the drum circles offer “a way for anyone to experience the fun and the well-documented therapeutic benefits of playing music together. The universal language of music also helps to break down artificial barriers, encourage diversity, foster cooperation, and build community.”
The winter hours continue through April and Davis said the unheated gazebo stays comfortable even on the coldest days once the drummers get moving.
Davis and other drum circle members also perform regularly and conduct outreach drum circles for organizations and community events throughout the year. For more information, contact Davis at email@example.com or 541-272-4615
The Rotary Club of Newport is accepting applications from students, ages 15-1/2 to 18, to participate in Rotary International’s Youth Exchange program. The successful applicant will have program and travel expenses paid to study abroad for the 2015-2016 school year. Rotary Exchange students participate in arguably the best managed and most enjoyable international exchange experience. Students attend school in their host country, participate in school and community extracurricular activities and stay with vetted host families. Students are ambassadors of the United States to increase understanding of our lifestyle and culture AND fosters understanding and appreciation of cultures other than our own. Rotary Youth Exchange students become members of a world wide family and form friendships that last a lifetime. If you are interested – or know of someone else who would be interested – in this once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy the educational, cultural and social experience of overseas study, please contact Ursula Marinelli at (541) 574-4745 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form. The deadline to apply is October 30, 2014.
Newport Symphony Concert Features Eugenia Choi
The Newport Symphony Orchestra invites music lovers of all ages to another weekend of amazing, high-energy performances on November 8 and 9. Featuring Cuban and gypsy-themed music, this exciting weekend will bring a bright blast of warm and colorful music to the Oregon Coast.
For these performances, the Newport Symphony Orchestra welcomes internationally-acclaimed guest soloist Eugenia Choi on the violin. Born in Canada of Korean heritage, Choi trained and received a doctorate in music from the Julliard School in New York City. In addition to serving on the faculty of universities in Canada and the USA, Choi maintains a busy schedule as a much-sought-after soloist for orchestras in Europe, Asia, and the Americas, as well as for radio and television broadcasts.
For her violin solo with the Newport Symphony Orchestra, Choi will play the Poème Op. 25 by French composer Ernest Chausson and Tzigane by Maurice Ravel. “Tzigane” is a European word for “gypsy.”
The concerts, conducted by the NSO’s beloved music director Adam Flatt, will open with the “Cuban Overture” by George Gershwin. This creative and melodic piece was inspired by a trip the composer took to Cuba, and features exciting Latin percussion. Continuing the theme, the NSO will play a piece by Cuban composer and virtuoso pianist Ernesto Lacuona, a work infused with Cuban and Afro-Cuban rhythms. The concert will conclude on a merry and playful note with a suite of dances by Manuel de Falla.
Presented at the Performing Arts Center, the Saturday evening concert, November 8, will begin at 7:30 p.m., preceded by a pre-concert talk by the conductor at 6:45 p.m. The matinee on the following Sunday, November 9, will begin at 2:00 p.m. These concerts are presented thanks to generous sponsorship from the Nye Beach Merchants’ Association. Tickets are available at the Performing Arts Center box office, by phone at (541) 265-ARTS, and at NewportSymphony.org. For more than 25 years, the Newport Symphony Orchestra has been bringing the world’s greatest music to audiences on the Oregon Coast. This concert is the second of its 2014–15 season.
Treasure Hunters Get Ready for Finders Keepers
This marks the 16th year of the promotion, which runs from October 18, 2014 through Memorial Day 2015. 2,015 official numbered glass floats will be carefully hidden daily along the 7-½ miles of beach in Lincoln City , from Roads End on the north side of town to Cutler City on the south end. Floats can be found above the tide line and below the beach embankment, and will always be hidden during daylight hours. If you find a float, you get to keep it!
Among the floats being dropped on opening weekend, beginning October 18th is an extra large one with a prize attached. This jumbo sized float will have a note with instructions on how to redeem your prize. One lucky treasure hunter will win a weekend getaway to Lincoln City complete with hotel accommodations, restaurant gift certificates, and the opportunity to blow your own custom float at the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio.
As if daily float drops weren’t enough, keep an eye out for special glass art drops throughout the next several months, which will boost the total glass float count for this year to over 3,000. These special drops will include a combination of antique Japanese glass floats, sand dollars, crabs and starfish. For a schedule of upcoming drops visithttp://www.oregoncoast.org/finders-keepers/special-glass-art-drops.
“Visitors are very excited about Finders Keepers this fall and so are we,” says Scott Humpert, Public Relations Coordinator for the Lincoln City Visitor and Convention Bureau. “Our social media channels have been buzzing with activity. People can’t wait to start hunting for the glass floats. The best part of this promotion, thanks to social media avenues like Facebook and Twitter, is our visitors are sharing their found treasures online. It’s a special moment for them and they want to share that with others. We are proud to be a part of creating those memories.”
If you happen to find one of these glass treasures on the beach, make sure to share your photos of them via Facebook atwww.facebook.com/LincolnCityOregon or on Twitter using the tag @lcvcb and #FindersKeepers. The official handcrafted Finders Keepers glass floats will be signed and numbered, and when they are found, they become collector’s items. Bring your discovered treasure to the Visitors’ Center at 540 NE Hwy 101 in Lincoln City to receive your certificate of authenticity and a biographical sketch of the artist who created the float. If you have limited mobility or are unable to walk on the beach due to disability, stop by and fill out an entry form a chance to win a glass float.
Finders Keepers is an annual promotion, which began in 1999, when a local artist first thought of glass floats as an intriguing way to launch the new millennium. Lincoln City sponsored the project, hosting the inaugural season in 1999-2000. Tourists continue to come from around the country to search for their own brightly colored, signed and numbered glass float. In days gone by, visitors searching Oregon ‘s beaches often found treasures from the far-east: blown glass floats in intriguing shades of green and blue. Used by Japanese fishermen to float their nets, these spheres were as small as two inches or as large as two feet. They were collected, polished, and admired; the ultimate find for any dedicated beachcomber. Today fishing vessels around the world use buoyant plastic, making glass floats a rare find – except in Lincoln City where these treasures can be found every October through May during the Finders Keepers season.
For more information contact the Lincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureau at 800-452-2151 or visitwww.oregoncoast.org
Lincoln City Cultural Center & Visitor Info Center
CLASS SCHEDULE NEW! BY DONATION
Qi Gong, 10:30 am and 5 pm Wednesdays, 10:30 am Fridays, Dance Studio Lucas Drysdale will lead this class in qi gong, a Chinese discipline that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention. Drysdale has studied the art for three decades, including a year spent in China on Wudang Mountain, and is a practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine. Admission by donation, with all proceeds going to the LCCC. NEW! BY DONATION
Breath, Mantra & Meditation with Darlene, 9:45 am Mondays, Dance Studio Yoga Movement with Darlene, 10:30 am Mondays, Dance Studio Darlene Muller is a former bodybuilder and dancer who has studied yoga around the country and the world. She’s the founder and former owner of the Bikram Yoga College of India, in Eugene, where she taught hundreds of students in yoga practice as well as competition. Now, after working through physical issues of her own, Darlene is offering two courses in gentle, healing movement, every Monday morning in the LCCC Dance Studio. She’s donating all proceeds to the operating fund of the center.
NEW! Belly Dance, 10 am Tuesdays in the Dance Studio Our newest instructor is Dawn KC, who will teach isolations, veils, sword, zills, drum, cane, candle, tray and goblet dancing, while exploring Turkish, Egyptian and other belly dance styles. Dancers should wear a skirt and a top that shows movement in the chest. Rates still TBA, for details write to Dawn at email@example.com.
NEW! Weight Loss Challenge, 5 pm Tuesdays in the Downstairs Classroom Loene Loan is leading this weight challenge program, with low impact exercise and diet support. For details or to sign up in advance, call Loene at 541-614-0683. NEW!
Intro to Sculpting, 10 am to noon every Saturday (through Dec. 21) Come have fun in our 2-hour, hands-on introductory class, held inside the sculptor’s studio at the LCCC. Your guides will be artists Jill Perry Townsend and Marlene Parkes. $20 per session, with clay and tools included.
LCCC Textile Center Operated by volunteers Lyle and Arlene Gowing, and featuring a wide variety of looms, yarns and books. Any day is subject to being open, by mutual agreement. To learn more, call the Gowings at 541-992-5150. Or drop by in one of the following days: Sunday During the Sunday Farmers & Crafters Market Monday By Appointment Tuesday By Appointment Wednesday 6 pm to ??? Fiber Arts Radical Teachers & Students get-together Thursday 10 am to 4 pm Friday 10 am to 4 pm Saturday By Appointment
BALLET & DANCE OF LINCOLN CITY Dance promotes confidence, respect and healthy body alignment – and it’s a whole lot of fun. Instructor Nicole O’Brien has studied all over the country, and toured internationally with the Helander Dance Company before moving to Lincoln City five years ago. As a teacher, she believes in a positive and encouraging class that develops through hard work and dedication. Classes range from $48 to $74 per three-month quarter. For enrollment and registration information, call her at 541-921-5918. Tuesdays 3 pm Itty Bitty Ballet (age 3) 4 pm Pre-ballet (ages 4-5) 5 pm Ballet 1 (ages 6-8) 6 pm Jazz 1 (6 & up) 7 pm Contemporary (teen/adult) Thursdays 3:30 pm Pre-ballet (ages 4-5) 4:30 pm Ballet 1 (ages 6-8) 5:30 pm Jazz 2 (ages 9 and up) 6:30 pm Ballet 2 (9 & up)
ZUMBA WITH TINA To learn more, contact Tina Marshall, 541-921-8353, Mondays and Wednesdays — 6:15-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays (NEW!), Fridays and Saturdays – 8:45-9:45 a.m. $7/class drop in, or $50 for a 10-punch card
LCCC Ceramics Studio The Oregon Coast Community College has announced that Ben Brooks’ introductory and advanced ceramics classes will be in the spring term, Mondays and Wednesdays at the LCCC. Ben is also offering quarterly non-credit classes starting in January. To learn more or register, call 575-621-4199 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Encouraging Healthy Weighs – Every Monday at the LCCC — Lose weight and be healthy in a fun and caring way Weigh in at 5 pm, Class from 5:30 to 6:15 pm, $20/month (drop-ins welcome, $5/class) For more info or to pre-register, call Janet at 541-764-8917.