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July 31 Cooking Up a Storm: French Cooking with Hank Johnson
Learn to cook seafood crepes and souffles from a talented local chef. Class is 6-10pm. Price is $50 and includes meal. The Wave Crest, 4008 South Hemlock 503.440.0684 [more info]
August 21 Cooking up Storm: Tamales with Mirian Luna
Learn to cook chicken, pork, cheese and chile tamales from a talented local chef. Class is 6-10pm. Price is $45 and includes meal. Tolovana Hall, 3779 South Hemlock 503.440.0684 [more info]
September 12-13 Cottage & Garden Tour
In addition to sharing the rich history and amazing homes that make up in Cannon Beach, the goal of the annual Tour is to raise funds for the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum. Visit website or call for further information. Various Cannon Beach Locations 503.436.9301 [more info]
September 13 Race the Wave Cascadia
Race the Wave is a 5K and 10K tsunami preparedness fun run and walk. Starting at 10am, racers run start along the beach, follow a scenic tsunami evacuation route through the city, and end out of the tsunami inundation zone. A one-mile free preparedness walk/roll offers another chance to practice the evacuation route. A post-race free preparedness fair features grilled hot dogs, preparedness games and giveaways, a photo booth and more. Registration is $35 and includes race timing a race t-shirt, swag bag, prizes, and shuttle service from the race finish back to the start line. Registration discounts ($5), is given to groups of ten or more and for sign-ups received before August 13. Shirts cannot be guaranteed for registrations received after September 1, 2015. NeCus' Park, 268 Beaver Street 503.436.1040 [more info]
September 19 SOLVE Beach & Riverside Cleanup
Join thousands of volunteers to clean up Oregon's beaches at this coast wide coordinated event. Call or visit website for further information. Oregon Coast Beaches 503-.844.9571 [more info]
October 17 Dog Show on the Beach
The 18th Annual Dog Show on the Beach begins after high tide. Pedigree is not the point, it's a fun day on the beach with your pooch. Proceeds benefits the Clatsop County Animal Shelter. Surfsand Resort 503.436.8001 or 800.547.6100
November 6-8 28th Annual Stormy Weather Arts Festival
Some of the Northwest's most successful artists will converge on Cannon Beach as the community hosts its annual fall celebration of the arts. Cannon Beach art galleries and local businesses will present special exhibits, artist demonstrations and host receptions for guest artists over the three-day festival. Various Cannon Beach Locations 503.436.2623 [more info]
November 13-15 Women Only Weekend
The weekend is full of fabulous food, divine wine & sensational shopping. Our town is going all out to get you in the holiday spirit while immersing you in the magic of our unique beach community. Various Cannon Beach Locations [more info]
November 27-December 25 Haystack Holidays
Celebrate the holidays in Cannon Beach with a variety of events to make your holiday season merry and bright, See website for schedule of events. Various Cannon Beach Locations [more info]
December 26-31 Winter Whale Watch
Spot Gray Whales on their migration south along the Oregon Coast with interpreters at Ecola State Park. Ecola State Park 541.765.3304 [more info]
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