Upcoming Events


Lincoln PopsLINCOLN CITY –The Lincoln City Cultural Center is happy to announce the be-bopping, skidoo-ing, super-swinging summertime return of the Lincoln Pops Orchestra, in Lincoln City for the first time since February. This popular coastal band will be playing a Big Band Saturday night concert on Saturday, Aug. 29, at the center, 540 NE Hwy. 101.
Tickets are on sale now, $11 in advance and $13 at the door. For three hours worth of dancing to live music, that’s quite a deal. Current LCCC members will receive $2 off the ticket price, either in advance or at the door.
The Pops will be playing favorites from the era of Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Glenn Miller and the gang, and the dance floor will be open. You’re invited to just sit and listen, or really cut a rug, in the auditorium at the LCCC. Beer, wine and refreshments will be available for sale.

2Lincoln pops sax lineThe doors will open at 6:30 pm, with the concert scheduled to begin at 7 pm. To reserve yours, call 541-994-9994.
The Lincoln Pops Orchestra, also known as the Lincoln Pops Big Band, has been performing in Lincoln County for more than 30 years. The band has evolved into one of the finest big bands in Oregon. A nonprofit organization, the Lincoln Pops is dedicated to preserving and passing along the heritage of the big band era.
Led by trumpeter and conductor John Bringetto, the Lincoln Pops plays all types of dance music, including swing, Latin and jazz tunes. Members include current and retired professional musicians, band directors, former high school and college players, and even a few talented local high school students. And every big band needs a great vocalist; the Pops has four.
The band has a regular gig on the third Thursday of each month at Gleneden Beach Community Hall. To follow the Pops, become a friend on Facebook.
For tickets and further information, drop by the center, call 541-994-9994, become a friend on Facebook, or check out the website, lincolncity-culturalcenter.org.


Lincoln City Cultural Center PictureLINCOLN CITY – On select Saturdays this summer, the Lincoln City Cultural Center has been hosting a series of outdoor Raku pottery firing demonstrations. But the fiery fun is not over yet. You still have two more chances to catch the Raku spirit: Caroline & Ben Brooks, of Lincoln City Clay, will be hosting these events from 11 am to 3 pm on two more Saturdays, Sept. 5 and 12. For more information, drop by the LCCC or call 541-994-9994.
The exciting demonstrations are a great way to learn about the historic firing process as well as experience a fun art technique. Enjoy watching the demonstrations for free or you may also purchase a pot to have glazed on site. The whole process takes about 45 minutes to an hour.
Raku is a type of pottery firing process based on 16th century Japanese firing techniques that uses fire and smoke to create unique patterns and designs. The process involves heating the pottery quickly in a specialized kiln until it’s glowing hot. The pottery is then removed with tongs and placed in metal containers filled with combustible materials, which catch fire. The container is sealed and as the fire consumes the oxygen in the container a reduction (low oxygen) environment is created that reacts with the copper in the glaze, creating dynamic metallic effects.
The term Raku means “happiness” in Japanese and was the name given to the style of pottery and to the family recognized for the early development of the firing process in Kyoto. The process was not well known outside of Japan until the early twentieth century when English studio potter Bernard Leach attended a dinner party in which the technique was demonstrated and he referenced it in a memoir. American potters experimented with the technique and developed the version widely used today.

Register for Fall Youth Group Lessons at the Newport Pool

Registration for youth fall group lessons at the Newport Pool has begun. Participants must be a minimum of 4 years of age prior to lesson start date. Lessons run Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings for two weeks at either 5:00pm or 5:45pm. Lesson blocks are September 14th-25th, October 12th-23rd, and November 2nd – 13th. Six 45 minute lessons cost $48.00. Register in person at the Newport Pool 1212 NE Fogarty Street. http://www.newportoregon.gov


Back 2 School Supplies Needed!!

school-suppliesEach year the Newport H.E.L.P. Center has a Back 2 School Supply Give Away event that provides school materials for homeless students and others in need. This past year there were over 700 students identified as homeless in our Lincoln County schools. You can help children in need have a strong start to the new school year by donating basic school supplies to one of several drop boxes throughout the community, in churches and business. Some of the locations are:
• Atonement Lutheran Church
• St. Stephen Episcopal Church
• Washington Federal Bank
• Sacred Heart Catholic Church
• Columbia Bank
• OSU Credit Union
• Western Title
• Wal-Mart

…….and many more! Just look for the green or red boxes with the H.E.L.P. Centers’ information. You can’t miss it!
For more information about the drive or volunteer opportunities call: 541-574-5824 and leave a message.


ART CLASSES Oregon Coast Council for the Arts will be hosting a three day series of youth art classes August 26-28th. Classes are open to residents and visitors like with available classes for all elementary students K-8th grade.

Six sessions are available with instruction in Bubble Art, Tie Dye, Sand Art and a Chalk Mural all happening at the Newport Visual Arts Center located at 777 NW Beach Drive in Newport.

The chalk mural class will work in pastels along the Nye Beach Turnaround Stairs to create a whimsical ocean-themed mural along the iconic stairs. Students will work with instructor Diana Rose in all aspects of the creative process from conception to completion learning techniques of blending, shading, and perception. Diana Rose is a teaching artist, ceramicist and painter living in Corvallis Oregon. Currently Diana Rose teaches art classes through the Corvallis Arts Center, Artful Voice, the Oregon State University Craft Center, Boys and Girls Club and through teaching residencies in Corvallis, Albany and Philomath elementary schools.

To register for a class or learn more please email artslearning@coastarts.org



CENTRAL COAST CHORALE2The Central Coast Chorale kicks off the new season with auditions for new singers Sunday, August 23 from 2:00 to 4:00 and Wednesday, August 26 from 4:00 to 6:00. Auditions will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Newport at 227 NE 12th Street. First rehearsal for everyone and registration for returning singers is Saturday, August 29 at 9:30 at the First Presbyterian Church. The group will go through warm-ups and review music for the December concerts.
 “Auditions are open to anyone 14 and older with an interest in singing,” says Mary Lee Scoville, director of the Chorale. “They are done in a very non-threatening environment but are necessary to determine vocal range, voice type, and previous musical experience.”
Rehearsals are generally held every other week on Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 12:30 at the Performing Arts Center. Specific dates and policies will be reviewed during the first rehearsal. Dues are $40 per semester or $75 for the year. A limited number of scholarships are available.
 “One of the things that draws me to choir is my love of music and singing with other people,” says David Adolf, president of the chorale. “We have a wide variety of songs and I really like the spirituals. Another thing I appreciate is the broad make-up of our singers, some who have very strong music skills and others who do not. Everyone can pull from those with stronger skills and learn music reading and counting.”
 Although it makes learning easier, singers need not be able to read music. Recorded CDs will be available for all the music with specific section parts emphasized.
The chorale will present its annual “Wishes and Candles” concert on December 6. Benjamin Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols” will be featured along with other sacred and secular holiday music. Additionally, a special performance in collaboration with the Newport Symphony Orchestra and the Corvallis Repertory Singers will be presented at the Newport Performing Arts Center on December 12 and 13. Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio” and Morten Lauridsen’s “Lux Aeterna” will be featured in the concerts.
 “Our director has a way of bringing out the best in your performance,” says Adolf. “No matter your skill level, Mary Lee will make you work until the performance is excellent and she does it without criticism. It takes a special person to move a group along like that.”
The Central Coast Chorale has been directed by Dr. Scoville since its inception in 1997 and is dedicated to providing the community with quality music that entertains and educates. For more information, contact Scoville at 541-563-6830.

 Valarie Mulberry Interview in Newport August 28th!

Singer-songwriter, Valarie Mulberry will be interviewed at Newport’s radio station KYTE 102.7FM at 8:30am on Friday, August 28th to help celebrate local DJ Howard Wright’s birthday. Mulberry will also perform at Imagine Coffee in Corvallis on August 29th from 2pm to 4pm. Imagine Coffee is located at 5460 SW Philomath Blvd, Corvallis, 97333. There is no cover charge and this event is for all ages. Call Imagine Coffee at (541) 286-4340 or go tovalariemulberry.com for additional information.

Mulberry, who has two songs in rotation at KYTE FM is visiting the area on her music tour. Mulberry was born and raised in Oregon and attended Newport and Eddyville High Schools. She currently resides in Santa Barbara, California. Mulberry’s style dubbed “Sunshine Rhythm and Blues” music is also eclectic with influences of Americana, Soul, Folk, Jazz and Pop. Since self-releasing her album “The Simple Things,” in 2014, Mulberry has been getting regular radio play on both commercial and non-commercial radio on the West Coast. In fact, local DJ Howard Wright was the first to put Mulberry’s music in KYTE FM’s preferred playlists. In May of 2014, KYTE added Mulberry’s song “Unravel” and in November of 2014 “Higher” was added. Both tracks have also been added into daytime rotation at KRVM in Eugene and her title track “The Simple Things” has been added to KLITE, another commercial radio station in Santa Barbara, California. Mulberry’s album has been getting notable support from other college and non-commercial radio on the West Coast. She will help DJ Howard Wright celebrate his birthday with a light-hearted interview on August 28th at 8am. Listeners can tune into 102.7FM to hear it.

Mulberry will also perform at Imagine Coffee in Corvallis the next day, Saturday, August 29th from 2pm to 4pm. There is no cover charge. The event is all ages. Mulberry will perform with her guitar which is her main instrument but she also entertains with some light-hearted songs on her ukulele and harmonica.


“Life In Changing Color”

A new exhibit of paintings and photography by Charlotte Carter and Ted Crego will be featured in a Spotlight Show at the Yaquina Art Association (YAA) from Aug. 22 through Sept. 8. The YAA gallery is located at 789 NW Beach Drive in Newport and is open daily 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Charlotte Carter has been a working artist most of her life. Now she is a longtime member of the Yaquina Art Association and teaches an ongoing Pastel Class at the Newport Visual Arts Center on Thursday mornings from 10 to 12 noon.
Charlotte Carter watercolor flowersHer paintings of fruits, flowers and the ocean scenes are shown in temporary moments using highlights, shadows, reflections and patterns. They are painted using watercolors or pastels. She has a BS in Design from the University of Michigan and has worked in a variety of artist fields. Charlotte formerly worked as a technical illustrator, a graphic artist, a book illustrator and designer for the scientific, medical and engineering industries, and for educational television and advertising. As a hobby she has also been a potter and sculptor. Her art has been exhibited in Michigan, California, Florida, Texas, Mississippi and American Samoa.


Ted Crego is currently retired and having fun exploring his hobby of photography with my wife Kim.They enjoy taking vacations to places where they enjoy doing photography.

Ted says, “My photo interests are varied, but I enjoy finding images that others may overlook, such as patterns and macro shots. Lately,  I have been doing more panoramas and ‘high dynamic range’  photos. There is always something new to learn in photography including all of the software programs.”  Ted’s photographs have received awards in competition through the Vietnamese Artistic Photographic Association, Tri-Community Photo Center, Photographic Society of America, Tryon Creek Photo Club, Oregon State Fair Salon of Photography, and Columbia Council of Camera Clubs and Yaquina Arts Association Photographers.

TedCrego_BleedingHeartsTed is President of  Yaquina Art Association Photographers  and  a member of Columbia Council of Camera Clubs and Photographic Society of America. The YAAP meets on the first and third Mondays at 7 pm in the Visual Art Center upstairs classroom.  You can check out YAAP photo club at  YAAPhotographers.org



farmers market bannerTake an opportunity to explore the Newport Farmers Market with the 60+ Activity Center on Saturday, August 29 at 10:00 a.m. and receive a free $5.00 token that can be used toward your produce purchases at the Farmer Market. The $5.00 token is being provided by Lincoln County Food Share and a generous anonymous individual in our community.

Newport Farmers Market is the oldest established Farmers Market in Oregon. It was established in 1972 and is still going strong. The outdoor market operates every Saturday, May through September, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All items sold at the market are required to be 90% homegrown or handmade by the vendor. The indoor Farmers Market is also on Saturday from November – April 10:00 am – 2:00 pm located at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall on 3rd Street in Newport. Winter produce and goodies include kale, squash, honey, salsa, apples, bok choy, hazelnuts, peppers, pumpkins, garlic, potatoes, lettuce, chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, breads, pastries and hot coffee!

Remember to bring a bag to hold your purchases.

In addition, the 60+ Activity Center will be hosting a free cooking and nutrition class provided by Food Share of Lincoln County. This will be a six week hands-on class called Cooking Matters. The first class will be held Tuesday, October 6 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and will continue every Tuesday at the same time through November 10, 2015.

60+ SeniorFor more information, or to reserve your spot, come by the 60+ Activity Center at 20 SE 2nd Street in Newport, or give us a call at 541-265-9617.

Visit our website: http://www.newportoregon.gov/sc
Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NewportSeniorActivityCenter


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Newport Community Drum Circle, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The drum circle celebrated its eighth birthday last month and it’s still free and family friendly, drug and alcohol free, and welcomes all ages and skill levels. No experience necessary; if you don’t have a drum, they will even lend you one. First and third Tuesdays in the enclosed gazebo at Don Davis Park, across from the Performing Arts Center. Contact chandler@chandlerdavis.com or 541-272-4615.


Sixth Annual Peace Memorial Drum Circle, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The Newport Community Drum Circle’s sixth annual peace drum circle recognizes United Nations International Week of Peace and the International Week of Prayers for Peace and honors all those who have died in the world’s wars. Free and family friendly, drug and alcohol free, all ages and skill levels. No experience necessary; if you don’t have a drum, they will even lend you one. First and third Tuesdays in the enclosed gazebo at Don Davis Park, across from the Performing Arts Center. Contact chandler@chandlerdavis.com or 541-272-4615.

flory_clay_ocarina_with_two_tonesThe Yaquina Art Association Gallery will feature the work of Artisan, Eileen Flory from August 29, through Sept. 11 in a two week spotlight.  The gallery is open daily from 11 to 4 pm daily and is located in the Nye Beach area at 789 NW Beach Drive in Newport, Oregon.

Eileen Flory loves to work with and will be showing art made from clay, pressed seaweed and paper crafts.  She says,   “I like the feel of all the materials I work with. Clay is so plastic and cool in the hands, and it’s very forgiving. It takes impressions nicely, from nautilus shells to leaves to the ends of thread spools. When I work with clay I feel as though I am collaborating with Mother Nature, using earth, fire, water, and air. -In both clay and textile work, I am inspired by native techniques and designs, especially those of Mexican artisans.”

Eileen will be displaying clay plaques, boxes, vases, whistles and ocarinas.  She uses pressed seaweed, screen prints and some vintage textiles and bags in her artwork.  She enjoys spinning, dyeing and weaving wool in her spare time as well as making illustrations.

Eileen has an education in Spanish, anthropology and music.  She enjoyed many trips to Mexico as a child and for anthropology and craft purchasing.  She has enjoyed traveling and mentions the Grand Canyon, Antarctica, and the Amazon as highlights.  She plays music on her viola da gamba with other people twice a week.


st peter lutheran churchThe Concordia University Choir from Portland will be with us on Sunday, August 30th for our 10:30 A.M. worship service.    The choir (seventy voices) is directed by Kurt Berentsen.  At 9:00 A.M. there will be a presentation of the Concordia University System by a member of the Concordia Foundation.

(null)Select Saturdays, 11am-3pm:
September 5, 12*

Join us at the Lincoln City Cultural Center, located at 540 NE Hwy 101, on select Saturdays this summer for Raku demonstrations. Raku is a type of pottery firing process with origins in the 16th century that uses fire and smoke to create unique patterns and designs. Using an outdoor kiln, glazed pottery is removed while it’s glowing hot and then transferred to a lidded container of combustible materials. As the resulting fire consumes the oxygen inside the container, oxygen is also drawn out of the pottery and glaze creating beautiful unpredictable crackle patterns and metallic colors.IMG_0636

Watch demonstrations for free or you may purchase a pot to glaze and have fired on site. Prices range generally from $20-$50, depending on the size of the pot, and includes the cost of glaze and firing.

This project is sponsored by the City of Lincoln City and presented by the Lincoln City Cultural Center and Lincoln City Clay.

*Please note that demonstrations are weather dependent. We’ll post scheduling pdates here as well as on our Facebook page.

Storm to Blow Through Newport
Vocalist Storm Large to appear in Newport

STORMThe Newport Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce that renowned vocalist Storm Large, who appears frequently with Portland-based bank Pink Martini, will be appearing with her band for two performances at the Newport Performing Arts Center. Tickets go on sale August 24!

The concerts, the proceeds of which will benefit the Newport Symphony, will be Wednesday, October 21 and Thursday, October 22, both at 7:30 pm. The symphony itself will not perform these concerts.

Tickets for these benefit performances will be $50, and will go on sale at the PAC box office on August 24. Tickets can be purchased in person, by phone at (541) 265-2787, or online at www.newportsymphony.org. For more information, call the symphony office at (541) 574-0614.


coastal gems_origThe Coastal Gems invite you to Come Walk With Us in the month of September. On Tuesday, September 1 we will be walking the 10K Amanda Statue route in Yachats. This trail is rated 1b for the 5K option with some uneven footing, and the 10K is rated 2C for uneven footing and some steep inclines. Meet us at the Overleaf Lodge and 9 AM to register. This route is not appropriate for wheelchairs or strollers.

On Wednesday, September 2, our monthly club meeting will be held at the picnic shelter behind the Commons in Yachats. This will be a potluck picnic. We will have a leg-stretcher walk at 4 PM, picnic at 5 PM, and club meeting at 6 PM.

Leashed pets with appropriate etiquette are welcome on these walks. Please use a six-foot leash and carry water and clean up materials for your pet.

If you need additional information or directions call Gene and Linda Williamson in Seal Rock at 541-563-6721, Maryann Brown in Waldport at 541-961-4279, or Jean White in Florence at 541-997-8577. Our club website is http://www.yachatscoastalgems.org

Storm to Blow Through Newport
Vocalist Storm Large to appear in Newport

The Newport Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce that renowned vocalist Storm Large, who appears frequently with Portland-based bank Pink Martini, will be appearing with her band for two performances at the Newport Performing Arts Center. Tickets go on sale August 24!

The concerts, the proceeds of which will benefit the Newport Symphony, will be Wednesday, October 21 and Thursday, October 22, both at 7:30 pm. The symphony itself will not perform these concerts.

Tickets for these benefit performances will be $50, and will go on sale at the PAC box office on August 24. Tickets can be purchased in person, by phone at (541) 265-2787, or online at www.newportsymphony.org. For more information, call the symphony office at (541) 574-0614.


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Celebration of Honor: September 23-27th!

chinook winds logoHelp us honor our military veterans, active duty personnel, and their families at the Celebration of Honor, an annual event hosted by Chinook Winds Casino Resort, September 23-27, 2015.

The Celebration of Honor begins with the Field of Honor, a display of 1,000 American Flags overlooking the ocean, which is available for viewing Wednesday, September 23rd  through Sunday the 27th at the Casino southeast parking area. Opening Ceremonies begin at 6 p.m. on Friday the 25th at the Field of Honor.

The Oregon Traveling Tribute Wall, which was made to honor Oregon Vietnam and Gulf War veterans, will be available to view in front of the Casino all weekend. The Oregon Veterans Medal Presentation Ceremonies are 2pm Friday, September 25th, and 5pm Saturday September 26th. The ceremonies signify Oregon’s appreciation for the service and sacrifice of veterans, and will take place at the Field of Honor behind the Casino. To qualify for this medal, an application form must be completed in advance with proof of military service attached. Forms will be available at the Field of Honor starting Wednesday. On Sunday, September 27th, the Rededication of the Desert Storm Memorial will take place in front of the Casino at 2pm.

Veterans and active-duty personnel eat free during open hours at the Chinook Winds’ Siletz Bay Buffet on Thursday, September 24th. Stop by the Winners Circle to register and show proof of military service (DD-214 or other military ID) to receive this benefit. Also, free on Thursday is a comedy show, 8pm at the Convention Center with comedian Huck Flyn. Show your military ID at the Winners Circle and you will receive two complimentary tickets. Seating is limited and the Casino recommends that veterans reserve their tickets early.

During the festivities, go for a walk on the beach and a watchful eye may spy a patriotically colored glass treasure. Find red, white and blue glass floats along the 7.5 miles of sandy shores in Lincoln City, which are carefully hidden by volunteers called Float Fairies. Lucky treasure hunters who find one of these 50 floats can bring it home as a keepsake. This treasure hunt is part of the Finders Keepers program, which officially kicks off October 17, 2015 and runs through Memorial Day, 2016.

For more information about the Celebration of Honor contact Heather Hatton at Chinook Winds Casino Resort at 541-996-5766 or visit www.oregoncoast.org/celebration-of-honor.

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 The Lincoln City Cultural Center Upcoming Events

Lincoln City Cultural Center PictureLincoln City Cultural Center & Visitor Info Center
The info center is open to the public and staffed by volunteers from 10am to 5pm every day except Tuesday. To talk to a volunteer at the info center, call 541-994-3302. For all ticket and event inquires, call 541-994-9994.

How to Purchase Tickets
Event information and tickets are available in our Visitor Information Center, or by calling 541-994-3302 during business hours, 10:00am to 5:00pm (closed Tuesdays). Tickets may also be purchased anytime on our website http://www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.com. Click the large “Buy Tickets Online” button on the left side of the screen. Tickets may also be purchased through our Facebook page. Remember, LCCC Members always receive $2.00 off LCCC event ticket price with your member code. For membership information call 541 994-9994 or see our website.

Sunday, AUGUST 30 Outdoor Farmer’s Market 9:00am – 3:00pm
LCCC welcomes the Outdoor Lincoln City Farmers & Crafters Market every Sunday this month, open from 9:00am – 3:00pm. For details contact the Lincoln City Farmers Market at 541-921-5745 or

red cross logoTuesday, Aug 25 Blood Drive: aka “Blood Culture” 12:30 – 5:30pm
The third annual “Blood Culture” drive in the LCCC Auditorium. To schedule your appointment or for more information, call 1-800-RED CROSS (800-733-2767) or sign up online at redcrossblood.org using sponsor code: lcccenter.

lincoln big popsSaturday, Aug 29 Big Band Dance with the Lincoln Pops 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Three sets of great Big Band music, from the 18-piece Lincoln Pops Orchestra. Come to dance, or just sit and listen. Sweets, nuts, beverages, beer and wine sold inside. Tickets are $11 in advance, $13 at the door.

Sleep medicine physician will speak at local event: SEPTEMBER 3RD!

SPCH SLEEP CLINICMillions of people are impacted by snoring, and sometimes it’s a sign of sleep apnea. For people with this upper-airway condition, even 10 hours of “sleep” each night can lead to fatigue-filled days. If you’ve been told you snore and/or stop breathing during sleep, you might be suffering from sleep apnea.

Dream On is a support group offered through Samaritan Pacific Sleep, open to anyone struggling with a sleep disorder. The next group meeting is Thursday, Sept. 3, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Education Room at Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital in Newport.

Dr. Mark Reploeg, a sleep medicine specialist from The Corvallis Clinic Sleep Medicine Department and medical director of the Samaritan Sleep Medicine Program, will explain how this common sleep disorder can be successfully treated.

For more information, call 541-574-4796 or email mstout@samhealth.org.

Logsden Community Club to Hold
Annual Harvest Auction October 3

LOGSDEN COMMUNITYAugust 10, 2015 – Logsden, OR – The annual Logsden Community Club Harvest Auction will be held on Saturday, October 3, from 6-9pm. The largest fundraiser of the year for the Logsden Community Club, this annual event continues to delight those that attend. An abundance of garden fresh vegetables and fruit, plants, fresh baked culinary delights, home canning, unique and one of a kind items, gift certificates and gift giving items beyond imagination will be included in the auction. Chinook Winds Casino Resort has donated gift certificates for lodging, concerts, golf, the gift shop, and restaurants with a maximum combined value of over $600. For those who wish to donate an item to the auction please arrive by 5pm. Hot dogs will be on sale prior to the auction. This family friendly event promises to be a fun and entertaining evening for everyone!
The Logsden Community Club is a non-profit 501 C-3 which donates a portion of its’ profits back to the community including the Siletz Valley Volunteer Firefighters. The Logsden Community Center, located at the junction of the Logsden/ Siletz Highway and Moonshine Park Road, is situated on a historic site where the local school once sat. Todays’ facility, built in the 1980s, is available to rent and is a wonderful location for local gatherings including weddings, family reunions, memorials and other celebrations. The facility also houses a commercial kitchen for cottage industry entrepreneurs who market home canned goods and is a designated emergency shelter. Rental rates for events are reduced for individuals who become members of the Logsden Community Club. The cost to join is $25.
For further information contact Teresa Simmons @ 541-992-2709.

chinook-winds-logo2015 EVENTS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

ENTERTAINMENT: ROGUE RIVER LOUNGE Friday and Saturday Ultrasonic DJ, cover, 10:30pm to 1:30am ENTERTAINMENT: CHINOOK’S SEAFOOD GRILL PROMOTIONS AND EVENTS BY DATE: September 5: Surf City Classic Car Show September 24-27: Celebration of Honor, featuring Field of Honor August 7-9: Nesikee Illahee Pow Wow, Siletz, Oregon November 14: Siletz Tribe Restoration Pow Wow

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  1. I’m putting on this race in Lincoln City to benefit North Lincoln Fire and Rescue.

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