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Connie Vincent, a member artist of the Art Accelerated Gallery, 1906 Third Street, will offer a Japanese Shibori workshop on Saturday, September 29, 10 am to 1 pm, and Sunday, September 30, 1 to 4 pm, at the gallery. Shibori is a Japanese manual resist dyeing technique using indigo dye and cotton fiber fabric. The earliest known example of cloth dyed with a shibori technique dates from the 8th Century. There are an infinite number of ways one can bind,... Read more →

FREE DISCUSSION ABOUT SELF-SUFFICIENCY, DIY CULTURE, AND THEIR EFFECTS – September 25 event part of Oregon Humanities’ Conversation Project

Manzanita, Ore.— Are we as self-sufficient as we can be? As we should be? What are the pleasures and pitfalls of doing it yourself? Join a free community conversation that investigates why we strive to be makers and doers in a world that provides more conveniences than ever before. This is the focus of “Why DIY? Self-Sufficiency and American Life,” a free conversation with Jennifer Burns Bright on Tuesday, September 25 at 6:00 pm at North Tillamook Library, 571 Laneda,... Read more →


Raise your voices in beautiful harmony Let the whole world know the beauty of the season Azure skies beaming down to nourish our souls To encourage blossoms to burst into bloom To ripen the gardens and fields all around Sing a song of fun and laughter About the vacations, the picnics and fairs Sing about the wealth of our friendship Shout out about the abundance of blessings God has bestowed upon each and every one of us! Virginia Prowell 9/17/2018... Read more →

“WHY I’M IN” – An Interview with David Butler, President, Adventist Health Tillamook Regional Medical Center

The Tillamook County Wellness “Why I’m In” interview series highlights our community partners and what has inspired and motivated them to work toward the common goal of improving community health. What drew you into the Year of Wellness, now Tillamook County Wellness? Butler: Wellness is a movement I personally believe in. I like feeling good. This is a personal commitment that my wife and I have made to each other and to our children. We want to have a fruitful... Read more →

Independent candidate for Oregon Governor to visit Tillamook, host meet-and-greet at Tillamook Library Sept. 27th

Independent Party of Oregon candidate for governor Patrick Starnes will be co-hosting a meet-and-greet at the Tillamook County Library on September 27 from 12 to 4 PM. For Starnes, a cabinet maker and elected school board member from Brownsville, the trip will mark his first campaign stop on the North Coast. Starnes will be joined by Rockaway Beach resident Brian P. Halvorsen, who is the Independent nominee for Oregon House District 32. Halvorsen said of the event, “Politics can too... Read more →

Thank to Tillamook County Board of Commissioners

Dear Commissioners, Thank you, on behalf of all of the disability community and Sammy’s Place, for a hard job well done. We look forward to exploring the possibilities and forming a working relationship with the new Housing Commission. We have seen exciting new ideas and concepts begin to pop up all over the State. The disability community itself is finished thinking archaically about its potential and excited about the pursuit of whole life, presumed competence, and freedom of choice (supported... Read more →

You’re Invited to Attend Tillamook County Short-term Rental Committee Public Meetings – Sept. 25, Oct. 15, Nov. 6

As the economic development representative of the recently-formed Tillamook County Short-Term Rental Committee, I wish to extend an invitation to those having an interest in the positive and/or negative impacts of short-term rentals and the process of the committee’s review of the current regulatory ordinance (#84 – 9/13/2017). The committee will be hearing presentations from various public and private sector interests, and its formation of a recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners. Attend the following public meetings at the... Read more →

JUST THINK: Advice for tourists (maybe they’ll listen)

By Victoria Stoppiello Even with tourist season almost over, I still lose my patience with the behavior of some of our visitors. I wish we could have a more mutually beneficial relationship. Of course, tourists benefit some local denizens very directly, but for others the benefits of tourism are trickle-down, or at worst, no benefit at all. I’ve lived on the Northwest coast for more than 30 years, and one of my favorite maxims is that a tourist is a... Read more →

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