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Quilt Run 101
February 6-16 2015
Quilters, start your engines: "Quilt Run 101, the 15th Annual Oregon Coast Shop Hop" is just around the next bend. Wend your way up and down the Pacific Coast Highway from Astoria to Brookings, February 6-16, 2015. The Quilt Run offers prizes and the perfect winter escape, courtesy of the warm, welcoming, winsome fabric stores that grace our shores. All participating stores and prizes are listed at[read more]
October 3-5 Octoberfish
A community event celebrating the culture, art, people and history in Charleston. Music, fun and food for the entire family. See website or call for further information Cape Arago Hwy & Seven Devils Road 541.269.0215 or 800.824.8466 [more info]
October 4 Coos Art Museum Fall Fling
A mixture of socializing, appetizers, music and art. Includes sale of original art work from artists of the Southern Oregon Coast. Reservations are encouraged. Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson Ave. 541.267.3901 [more info]
October 4 22nd Annual See Jane Run
All woman run and walk, paved trails. Registration starts at 9am, race starts at 10am. John Topits Park 541.290.3243 [more info]
October 25-31 LTOB Haunted House
Costumes pulled from Little Theatre on the Bay's own costume room, lighting specials and wicked music effects and mazes that would fool a rat. The price is $5 for adults and $3 for those under 13 for one trip through the theater. Second trips are half price, and then it's back to full price for those who are brave enough to keep going back. Theater staff suggests that no very young children attend as the performances are scarily realistic! Open 7-10pm on weeknights and later on weekends if needed. 2100 Sherman Ave. 541.756.4336 or 877.756.4336 [more info]
November 21 Sip'n Stroll
Sample and enjoy tastings from a variety of wine and beer amidst fine stores, restaurants and galleries throughout downtown North Bend. Starts at Engle's Furniture downtown at 5pm until 7pm. 2079 Sherman Ave. 541.756.4613 [more info]
November 27-December 31 28th Annual Holiday Lights at Shore Acres
The gardens shine with over a quarter million lights. 4–9:30pm every night. Shore Acres State Park, 89039 Cape Arago Hwy 541.888.3732 or 541.269.0215 [more info]
December 1-24 Miniature Village & Christmas Train Display
More than 200 miniatures representing the small towns of Coos County, 6pm-10pm nightly. Old Charleston School House, 64065 Seven Devils Road 541.888.3268
March 28 2015 SOLVE Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup
An Oregon tradition for 30 years, the annual coast wide beach cleanup is from 10am-1pm. See the website or call for coastal check in sites and further information. Oregon Coast Beaches 503.844.9571 [more info]
May 16-17 2015 10th Annual Tomato-Rama
Many varieties of tomatoes, annuals, perennials, flowers of all kinds, herbs, vegetables, vines, shrubs, houseplants, ground covers, sedums, and more. Garden Questions Answered by the Coos County Master Gardeners.Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 11am-4pm. Pony Village Mall, 1611 Virginia Ave 541.572.5263
May 22-24 2015 Annual BBQ, Blues & Brews by the Bay
A free three-day KCBS sanctioned celebration of barbecue, locally-crafted beers and sizzling hot blues. Featuring 30 BBQ competitors and over 20 craft breweries. Mill Luck Casino, 3201 Tremont Ave. 541.756.8800
June 27 2015 Clamboree
Saturday, 10:00am to 6:00pm a celebration of the history, the clams, the culture, and the future of our area. Venues include the Fire Hall, the Hollering Place, Ed Lund Park, the Tribal House of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw tribes, and the downtown area along Newmark Avenue. Events will include live music, a parade, food with clam themes, historic tours and cultural information and activities. Demonstrations include Native American crafts, live Coast Guard operations, and much more! various locations 541.888.4477 [more info]
August 8-9 2015 25th Annual Charleston Seafood Festival
10am-6pm this family-friendly party includes plenty of great live music as well as games and contests for kids and adults. Crab race anyone? Beer and wine, and, of course, seafood will be the center of the event. Call for further information. Boat Basin 541.269.0215
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