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Along the Path, acquired in 2017 through Oregon Art Commission Acquisition Program
FEATURED EVENT
25th Annual Maritime Art Exhibition
Through September 30
Coos Art Museum (CAM) in Coos Bay, Oregon opens its 25th Annual Maritime Art Exhibition on July 14, 2018. The juried exhibition in the Maggie Karl Gallery displays maritime-themed artwork by major artists from across the United States and Canada. Works by the nations leading maritime artists are featured in a variety of media including, oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel and sculpture. Sanctioned by American Society of Marine Artists (ASMA), co-sponsored by the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay and funded by a grant from the Coquille Tribal Fund, the exhibition runs through September 29, 2018....[read more]
 
September 26 Coos Bay Farmers Market
This popular weekly market strives to bring high quality, Oregon-produced items to historic downtown Coos Bay. Held every Wednesday, May 2 through October 31, from 9am-2pm. The market features over 60 vendors offering everything from locally grown produce to body care items and handmade crafts. Visitors are encouraged to shop, eat, mingle and explore. Historic Downtown, 320 Central Ave. [more info]
September 29 SOLVE Beach & Riverside Cleanup
Join thousands of volunteers to cleanup Oregon's beaches. SOLVE projects are community driven and focus on cleaning up and restoring natural areas and neighborhoods with hands-on work. Supplies and instructions are provided and all ages and abilities are encouraged to join in. To volunteer, register and view a list of project sites, call or visit online. Registration will open in August of 2018. Coastal Beaches 503.844.9571 [more info]
September 29 Dahlia Day a Shore Acres State Park
Southern Oregon Dahlia Society will host displays and have experts on hand to answer questions in the Garden House from 11am-4pm. Event is free with a $5 parking pass. Shore Acres State Park, 89039 Cape Arago Hwy. 541.888.3732
October 3 Coos Bay Farmers Market
This popular weekly market strives to bring high quality, Oregon-produced items to historic downtown Coos Bay. Held every Wednesday, May 2 through October 31, from 9am-2pm. The market features over 60 vendors offering everything from locally grown produce to body care items and handmade crafts. Visitors are encouraged to shop, eat, mingle and explore. Historic Downtown, 320 Central Ave. [more info]
October 3-7 Tall Ship Vessel Tours & Adventure Sails
Experience living history aboard the tall ship Lady Washington. Walk-on vessel tours do not require tickets. Tickets are required for all adventure sail passengers, including babes in arms. 200 Bayshore Dr 800.200.5239 [more info]
October 5 Downtown Coos Bay Wine Walk
Visit various downtown businesses to wine taste and shop, from 5-7pm. Wine glasses and maps provided with a $10 donation to benefit a local non-profit each month. The walk starts at the Coos Bay Visitor Information Center, 50 Central Avenue. Various Locations 541.269.0215 [more info]
October 6 Octoberfish
This free event is the official after-party of the Charleston Salmon Run. Games and activities for kids, music for adults, yoga and movement workshops, local art and a tuna cookout, starting at 11am. Boat Basin Rd. [more info]
October 6 2nd Annual Charleston Salmon Run and Crab Walk
All races begin and end in Charleston and follow scenic routes along rugged sea cliffs and sandy beaches.The Salmon Run includes a 26.2-mile Marathon, 13.1-mile Half Marathon, 10K run and the 1 mile Crab Walk. Boat Basin Rd. [more info]
October 10 Coos Bay Farmers Market
This popular weekly market strives to bring high quality, Oregon-produced items to historic downtown Coos Bay. Held every Wednesday, May 2 through October 31, from 9am-2pm. The market features over 60 vendors offering everything from locally grown produce to body care items and handmade crafts. Visitors are encouraged to shop, eat, mingle and explore. Historic Downtown, 320 Central Ave. [more info]
October 17 Coos Bay Farmers Market
This popular weekly market strives to bring high quality, Oregon-produced items to historic downtown Coos Bay. Held every Wednesday, May 2 through October 31, from 9am-2pm. The market features over 60 vendors offering everything from locally grown produce to body care items and handmade crafts. Visitors are encouraged to shop, eat, mingle and explore. Historic Downtown, 320 Central Ave. [more info]
October 19-November 4 Live Theater: Cabaret
A musical set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power, directed by Alice Carlson and Jane Stebbins. Dolphin Playhouse, 580 Newmark 541.808.2611 [more info]
October 19 Sip N Stroll
Spend a beautiful evening strolling along downtown North Bend for this quarter's Sip N Stroll. Check-in begins at Engle's Furniture, where for $10, a stemless glass will be presented with list of participating locations. Guests will then be able to stroll from location to location sampling beer and wine, while enjoying the charm of downtown of North Bend, 5-7pm. Various North Bend Locations [more info]
October 24 Coos Bay Farmers Market
This popular weekly market strives to bring high quality, Oregon-produced items to historic downtown Coos Bay. Held every Wednesday, May 2 through October 31, from 9am-2pm. The market features over 60 vendors offering everything from locally grown produce to body care items and handmade crafts. Visitors are encouraged to shop, eat, mingle and explore. Historic Downtown, 320 Central Ave. [more info]
October 31 Coos Bay Farmers Market
This popular weekly market strives to bring high quality, Oregon-produced items to historic downtown Coos Bay. Held every Wednesday, May 2 through October 31, from 9am-2pm. The market features over 60 vendors offering everything from locally grown produce to body care items and handmade crafts. Visitors are encouraged to shop, eat, mingle and explore. Historic Downtown, 320 Central Ave. [more info]
November 2 Downtown Coos Bay Wine Walk
Visit various downtown businesses to wine taste and shop, from 5-7pm. Wine glasses and maps provided with a $10 donation to benefit a local non-profit each month. The walk starts at the Coos Bay Visitor Information Center, 50 Central Avenue. Various Locations 541.269.0215 [more info]
November 22-December 31 Holiday Lights at Shore Acres
Holiday lights and brilliant displays illuminate the garden every night, 4-9:30pm. Shore Acres State Park, 89039 Cape Arago Hwy.
December 7-16 Live Theater: Holiday Radio
Show directed by Peg Boots,more information available online. Dolphin Playhouse, 580 Newmark 541.808.2611 [more info]
December 7 Downtown Coos Bay Wine Walk
Visit various downtown businesses to wine taste and shop, from 5-7pm. Wine glasses and maps provided with a $10 donation to benefit a local non-profit each month. The walk starts at the Coos Bay Visitor Information Center, 50 Central Avenue. Various Locations 541.269.0215 [more info]
December 14-February 9 2019 West Coast Ink & Print
This exhibition is a juried show featuring the fine art of printmaking which includes the four traditional methods of intaglio, relief, screen print and lithography. Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson Ave. [more info]
December 27-January 1 2019 Winter Whale Watch
Spot Gray Whales on their migration south along the Oregon Coast with a trained volunteer. Visit the website to view a map with a list of 24 designated locations. Various Coastal Locations 541.765.3304 [more info]
February 9 2019 Annual Charleston Crab Feed
Fresh Dungeness Crab dinners. Website and pricing will be updated as event approaches. North Bend Community Center, 222 Broadway 541.269.0215 [more info]
March 23 2019 SOLVE Spring Beach Cleanup
Join SOLVE and thousands of volunteers from 10am-1pm to clean up litter and marine debris from the entire Oregon coast. Since 1986, this home-grown tradition of twice-yearly beach cleanups has benefited people and wildlife alike, supporting clean seas and healthy communities. Registration opens in February 2019. 45 Oregon Coast beach sites 503.844.9571 [more info]
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