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Winter Whale Watch
December 27-31
Reaching approximately the size of a city bus and making a round-trip migration that culminates in approximately 12,000 miles, Gray Whales are the inspiration behind Oregon State Park's twice-yearly Whale Watch Weeks. The winter event is December 27-31, 2016 and features whale-spotting volunteers at 24 spots along the coast.[read more]
February 23-26 2017 Seaside Jazz Festival
Featuring some of the top performers of traditional jazz and jazz-inspired music. See website for this year's lineup, festival information and updates. Various Locations [more info]
March 25-31 2017 Spring 2017 Whale Watch
Spot Gray Wales on their migration north along the Oregon Coast with a trained volunteer. Visit the website to view a map with a list of 24 designated locations. Various Oregon Coast locations 541.765.3305 [more info]
April 1 2017 SOLVE Spring Coast Cleanup
These beach cleanups are a bi-annual tradition dating back to 1984.Join thousands of volunteers to clean up the coastline and get Oregon beaches ready for summer. Various Oregon Coast Beaches 503.844.9571 [more info]
September 23 2017 SOLVE Fall Beach & Riverside Cleanup
The Beach & Riverside Cleanup began in 1984 as "The Plague of Plastics" after Oregonians, Judie Hansen and Eleanor Dye, were inspired to rid the state's beaches of litter. Join thousands of volunteers to clean up Oregon's beaches at this coastwide coordinated event. Various Oregon Coast Beaches 503.844.9571 [more info]
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