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Art Walks & Gallery Tours
Through January 1 2016
Every month galleries, boutiques, eateries and unique spaces open their doors in some coastal communities as a way to connect with visitors and locals in promoting the arts. A community art walk is an opportunity for both art enthusiasts and those simply looking for a pleasant evening out to wander from venue to venue to view artwork, meet the artists, shop and socialize. Art walks typically feature show openings, artist demonstrations, food samplings and live music. The process is simple – proceed at your own pace, wander into galleries and shops, stroll around and perhaps meet some interesting people along the way....[read more]
 
August 29 Hood to Coast Relay Finish Line
The Hood To Coast Relay is 199 miles long stretching from Mt. Hood to the Oregon coast. The 2014 event included 12,600 runners and 3600 volunteers and the race grows every year. See website for details Seaside Beach at the Turnaround [more info]
September 5 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk
Celebrating 11 years in 2015, the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk is from 5-7pm, monthly on the first Saturday. Visitors wander, meet artists, sip wine or sample appetizers by favorite restaurants or personal chefs. View artist demonstrations, listen to an artist talk or enjoy live music performances. Venues include various businesses, shops, boutiques and dining establishments in the historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside. Gilbert District [more info]
September 5 Seaside's Treasure the Beach September Cleanup
The City of Seaside, Seaside Downtown Development Association and Beach Drive Buccaneers organize beach cleanups the first Saturday of every month. Volunteers meet 9-11:30 am, sign in at The Seashore Inn on the Beach, 60 N. Prom, Seaside. See website for details and registration information. Seaside Beach 503.739.2776 [more info]
September 10-13 Seaside Wheels and Waves Car Show
Put on your walking shoes and get your cameras ready. Spectators can expect unique builder and street cars from 1965 and older. Call for schedule and further information Downtown 503.717.1914 [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]
September 30 Nature Walk at Stanley Marsh
A North Coast Land Conservancy program from 10am-noon. Registration is free, see website or call for details. Explore this beautiful property with biologist Mike Patterson and observe what happens-both anticipated and unexpected- when humans attempt to build a whole new ecological system. Stanley Marsh-Thompson Creek 503.738.9126 [more info]
October 3 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk
Celebrating 11 years in 2015, the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk is from 5-7pm, monthly on the first Saturday. Visitors wander, meet artists, sip wine or sample appetizers by favorite restaurants or personal chefs. View artist demonstrations, listen to an artist talk or enjoy live music performances. Venues include various businesses, shops, boutiques and dining establishments in the historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside. Gilbert District [more info]
October 3 Seaside's Treasure the Beach October Cleanup
The City of Seaside, Seaside Downtown Development Association and Beach Drive Buccaneers organize beach cleanups the first Saturday of every month. Volunteers meet 9-11:30 am, sign in at The Seashore Inn on the Beach, 60 N. Prom, Seaside. See website for details and registration information. Seaside Beach 503.739.2776 [more info]
November 7 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk
Celebrating 11 years in 2015, the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk is from 5-7pm, monthly on the first Saturday. Visitors wander, meet artists, sip wine or sample appetizers by favorite restaurants or personal chefs. View artist demonstrations, listen to an artist talk or enjoy live music performances. Venues include various businesses, shops, boutiques and dining establishments in the historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside. Gilbert District [more info]
November 7 Seaside's Treasure the Beach November Cleanup
The City of Seaside, Seaside Downtown Development Association and Beach Drive Buccaneers organize beach cleanups the first Saturday of every month. Volunteers meet 9-11:30 am, sign in at The Seashore Inn on the Beach, 60 N. Prom, Seaside. See website for details and registration information. Seaside Beach 503.739.2776 [more info]
December 5 Seaside First Saturday Art Walk
Celebrating 11 years in 2015, the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk is from 5-7pm, monthly on the first Saturday. Visitors wander, meet artists, sip wine or sample appetizers by favorite restaurants or personal chefs. View artist demonstrations, listen to an artist talk or enjoy live music performances. Venues include various businesses, shops, boutiques and dining establishments in the historic Gilbert District of downtown Seaside. Gilbert District [more info]
December 5 Seaside's Treasure the Beach December Cleanup
The City of Seaside, Seaside Downtown Development Association and Beach Drive Buccaneers organize beach cleanups the first Saturday of every month. Volunteers meet 9-11:30 am, sign in at The Seashore Inn on the Beach, 60 N. Prom, Seaside. See website for details and registration information. Seaside Beach 503.739.2776 [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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