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Garibaldi invites public to join its big celebration July 27-28-29

Garibaldi, OR – The City of Garibaldi — Oregon’s authentic Fishing Village – invites the public to attend its 58th annual “Garibaldi Days” festival. The three-day weekend celebration begins Friday, July 27 and ends Sunday, July 29, 2018. Garibaldi is located 10 miles north of Tillamook on coastal Highway 101. This year’s event features two free live rock concerts with a beer garden and food vendors, a firework show over Tillamook Bay, a parade down Highway 101, craft vendor marketplace... Read more →

Enjoy the Many Features of Alder Creek Farm this Summer

Almost two decades ago, a 60-acre dairy farm in Nehalem went up for sale. The farm – which stretched all the way to Nehalem Bay – included an old-fashioned barn and had always been a haven for native wildlife who found refuge in the forested hills and pasture land. Not wanting the fate of these piece of property to fall in the wrong hands, five friends decided to purchase the former dairy farm and lease it to the Lower Nehalem... Read more →

Garibaldi Museum Annual Silent Auction Events, Preview Fri. July 27th; Auction July 28th

The Garibaldi Museum needs your support! On Saturday, July 28th the museum is holding our annual Silent Auction fundraiser. All funds collected will go towards a new educational mural that will feature the maritime history of Tillamook Bay. This exterior mural will show how connected we all are to our local maritime history. Please join us Friday, July 27th from 4 to 7 p.m. for wine and a sneak peek at the items that will be auctioned. The Nestucca Bay... Read more →

Oregon State Parks Prohibit Campfires, Open Flames in all State Park Properties – Includes Beach Fires

July 19, 2018 – Immediate Release ** OPRD is prohibiting all campfires and open flames in all state park properties effective 10 a.m. today (7/19/2018). The ban is in response to Governor Brown’s declaration of a fire emergency. The campfire and open flame ban includes campgrounds, day-use areas, and all areas of the Ocean Shore and beaches managed by OPRD. The fire ban applies to wood, charcoal, and other flame sources that cannot be turned off with a valve. Liquid... Read more →

Local conservation groups stage Beach Walk & BioBlitz

By Dan Haag On Monday, July 16, 34 people gathered on Neah-Kah-Nie Beach for “Conserving Our Land, Beach and Sea Walk and BioBlitz.” It was a chance to get an up-close look at beach life during low tide and to become citizen scientists for a morning. Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve, Lower Nehalem Watershed Council, Lower Nehalem Community Trust, and Oregon Coast Aquarium partnered to lead an educational walk exploring the connections between headwaters and local seas. Oregon Shores... Read more →

Dory Boat Recovery at Cape Kiwanda Injures Juvenile Male on Tuesday July 17

PACIFIC CITY, OR – On July 17, 2018, at approximately 4:58 pm Tillamook 911 was notified of a recreational accident on the beach, in the area of Cape Kiwanda. The investigation revealed a 4 year old male had been playing in the surf zone of the beach in the area used by fishermen to launch and recover their Dory Boats, to the north of the Pelican Pub. While one of the fishermen was negotiating the recovery of his empty Dory... Read more →

Attn. ARTISTS: Oregon Coast Visitors Assoc. and SOLVE Survey About Re-Purposing Marine Debris

The Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) and SOLVE are partnering to explore the potential of re-purposing large amounts of marine debris by gathering, sorting, storing and offering it free to artisans and entrepreneurs. Organizations such as Washed Ashore have proven that such a concept is possible and we are seeking to majorly expand a similar model. In addition to individual artists and entrepreneurs using these materials, OCVA and SOLVE are interested in the possibility of commissioning large pieces of public... Read more →

Drew’s Reviews: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP — Bite sized Marvel

By Andrew Jenck Short version: Pretty decent, not as good as Black Panther or Infinity War, don’t watch if the Marvel humor isn’t your thing, and two credit scenes only the first one is necessary for continuity. At this point, you know whether you’re on board with Marvel’s approach to the solo films in relation to the larger, ensemble films. Characters shifting from different filmmakers, maintain continuity and characterization can be a bit of a challenge, so consistency may get... Read more →

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