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New Fisheries Exhibit Opens at Pacific Maritime Heritage Center
The past, present and future of Oregon's commercial fisheries comes to life with a new exhibit at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center in Newport. Our Beautiful and Wild Oregon Fisheries, 150 Years of Innovation opens on June 1st at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center in Newport. Whether you work in Oregon's fisheries or are new to the seafood table, this......[read more]
 
    • Ask Oregon: Camping on the Coast Near Historic Towns: Coast Explorer publisher Gary Hayes answeres questions from travelers as Travel Oregon's "Ask Oregon" expert for the Oregon Coast. Appeared in Coast Explorer Spring 2017
    • Big Picture: A Treasure & A Legacy: With its incredible beauty and diversity the Oregon Coast touches people deeply and this year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Oregon Beach Bill. Appeared in Coast Explorer Spring 2017
    • Looking Back: Tillie the Whale: For generations, marine mammals especially whales have intrigued visitors and locals along Oregon's Coast. Appeared in Coast Explorer Spring 2017
    • Astoria Sunday Market Announces its 2017 Season : Astoria Sunday Market opens its 2017 season on Mother's Day, May 14th. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • CAM Features Western Artists: Coos Art Museum opens Expressions West 2017, an exhibition of western artists' works on April 14. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Chinook Winds Celebrates 22 Years: A fun filled anniversary weekend is planned June 22-25 at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Experience Art in Cannon Beach: Plein Air & More Arts Festival brings together the Cannon Beach landscape in the open air, June 23-25. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • New Fisheries Exhibit Opens at Pacific Maritime Heritage Center: The past, present and future of Oregon's commercial fisheries comes to life with a new exhibit at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center in Newport. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • New Year and New Art in Seaside: Every month galleries and businesses open their doors as a way to promote the arts and connect with visitors and locals in Seaside, Oregon. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Oregon Coast Crawler Sets Dates for Scenic Excursions: See stunning coastal scenery along a historic route as you ride the rails on a vintage train. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Shanghaied in Astoria Announces 2017 Showdates: The hysterical melodrama, Shanghaied in Astoria, returns to the stage for a 33rd season at the Astor Street Opry Company Playhouse in historic Uniontown, Astoria. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Siletz Bay Shellfish Clinics: Grab your gear and learn how to harvest Oregon's coastal bounty at Crabbing and Clamming Clinics in Lincoln City. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Summer Camps at Lewis & Clark National Historical Park: Two summer camp adventures await for young people at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • The Sea is Calling: Tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will visit several ports of call along the Pacific Coast this season. Appeared in Online Extras 2017
    • Ask Oregon: Romantic Getaways: Coast Explorer publisher Gary Hayes answers questions from travelers as Travel Oregon's "Ask Oregon" expert for the Oregon Coast. Appeared in Coast Explorer Fall/Winter 2016
    • Crustacean Jubilation: When crab season gets underway on the Oregon Coast, area seafood festivals will celebrate this local culinary stable with crab feeds, crab picking contests, crab cook offs, crab derbies and regional wines. Appeared in Coast Explorer Fall/Winter 2016
    • Looking Back: Coastal Native Americans: For generations groups of Northwest Coast Indians living near the ocean supplemented their diet with a variety of clams and oysters. Appeared in Coast Explorer Fall/Winter 2016
    • Unpredictably Amazing: Fall and winter on the Oregon Coast offer frequent rewards for travelers who aren't afraid of unpredictable weather. Appeared in Coast Explorer Fall/Winter 2016
    • Ask Oregon: Dog Friendly Beaches on the Oregon Coast: Coast Explorer publisher Gary Hayes answers questions from travelers as Travel Oregon's "Ask Oregon" expert for the Oregon Coast. Appeared in Coast Explorer Summer 2016
    • Looking Back: Ferry Tales: Ferry crossings are found in historical documents, nostalgic photographs and etched into our memories long after the boats sail away for good. Appeared in Coast Explorer Summer 2016
    • Public & Precious: As America's National Park Service turns 100-years-old, this summer is a good time to celebrate the glory of Oregon's public coast. Appeared in Coast Explorer Summer 2016
    • Ask Oregon: Best Accessible Viewpoints and Whale Watching Areas: Coast Explorer publisher Gary Hayes answers questions from travelers as Travel Oregon's "Ask Oregon" expert for the Oregon Coast. Appeared in Coast Explorer Spring 2016
    • Momentous Moments: The South Oregon Coast has many surprises in store for visitors to discover. Appeared in Coast Explorer Spring 2016
    • Art Night Out in Astoria: Visitors can wander throughout galleries and shops in downtown Astoria the second Saturday of every month and enjoy works of art, festive refreshments, live music and general merriment. Appeared in Online Extras 2016
    • Coaster Theatre Announces its 45th Anniversary Season: Formerly a roller rink, Coaster Theatre in Cannon Beach is committed to bringing quality entertainment to the North Oregon Coast. Appeared in Online Extras 2016
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