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Through September 27 21st Annual Maritime Art Exhibition
An annual juried exhibition of Maritime themed art from artists around the country. See website or call for further information. Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson Ave. 541.267.3901 [more info]
August 9-10 24th 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. See website or call for further information. Boat Basin 541.269.0215 [more info]
August 23-24 Blackberry Arts Festival
A juried event featuring arts, crafts, jewelry, photography, paintings, prints, weaving, spinning, woodworking entertainment. Blackberry treats, food, drinks and a whole lot more! See website or call for further information. downtown Coos Bay 541.269.0215 [more info]
September 5-7 28th Annual Oregon Shorebird Festival
A full weekend of activities planned for birders of all skill levels. The festival is headquartered at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston, OR. Activities include expertly guided land based field trips to Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, New River and the Coos Bay area. There is a pelagic trip on Saturday for those who want to experience birding on the water. See website for registration information, schedules, event locations and additional information. various locations 541.867.4550 [more info]
September 13-14 Mill-Luck Salmon Celebration
A celebration of Native American and Coquille Tribal culture. Enjoy a free outdoor festival including Native vendors, canoe races, canoe exhibition & rides, Native drummers and dancers and so much more. See website or call for further information. 3201 Tremont Ave 541.756.8800 or 800.953.4800 [more info]
September 20-21 Bay Area Fun Festival
A festival of fun for families with live entertainment, the famous Cruz the Coos, the Prefontaine Memorial Run, parade and so much more! Variety of vendors, arts and crafts and lots of different kinds of food. Beer & wine garden. Most activities in downtown Coos Bay. (Central & Hwy 101) various locations 541.269.0215
September 20 Coos Sand N' Sea – Sea of Quilts XX
A quilt show featuring a large variety of quilts, hourly demonstrations, exhibits, quilt challenge entries, a vendor mall & member boutique of handmade items, raffle quilt and more. See website or calll for further information. 3333 Walnut Ave. 541.297.2251 [more info]
September 20 29th Annual Cruz the Coos
More than 400 classic cars can be seen at this fun filled event. Show 'n Shine at Shore Acres State Park in Charleston, 8am – 3pm. Cruz the Coos throughout downtown Coos Bay 6– 8pm. This event is one of the most popular events of the Bay Area Fun Festival. Call for further information. various location 541.888.3863 [more info]
September 27 SOLVE Great Oregon Beach Cleanup
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of SOLVE beach clean ups.Join thousands of volunteers to clean up Oregon's beaches at this coastwide event. various coastal beach locations 503.844.9571
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]
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