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A Treasure Hunt of Epic Proportions in Lincoln City
Published: 01/23/2019

It's a level of treasure hunting on the Oregon Coast that happens only once a year in Lincoln City, Antique & Collectible Week, February 9-18.

Antique & Collectible Week is more than shabby-chic curios and dusty relics, it's ten days of treasure hunting at 100 plus dealers along with special events and fun activities in Lincoln City, Oregon, February 9-18, 2019. From furniture and books to art and pop culture there are curiosities to find for everyone's collection. Those looking to take a break in between shop hopping will find plenty of things to do when visiting Lincoln City. In addition to world-class antiquing an Appraise-a-thon at Lincoln City Cultural Center and beach combing for antique Japanese floats are just some of the special events you'll find. Follow the link to explore more about Antique & Collectible Week in Lincoln City

Head to the beach for a special treasure hunt and take part in Lincoln City's signature event, Finders Keepers–glass floats on the beach. During Antique Week there will be 300 antique Japanese glass floats on the seven miles of beach in Lincoln City for you to find and keep. Learn more at Finders Keepers Antique Fair, a new pop-up venue at Lincoln City Cultural Center is featuring an eclectic array of vendors and the My Family Coming to Oregon booth. Here you can participate in recording your family history on February 15-18 from 9am-5pm. Find out what your treasures are worth. Stop by Lincoln City Cultural Center on February 12 at 6:30pm where a panel of experts will help you find out what your new-found treasure is worth. Take a break and visit North Lincoln County Historical Museum to see the Watson-Simpson antique glass float collection, plus a special exhibit of quilts dating to the pioneer era of the Central Oregon Coast. Learn about Lincoln City's historic bay front and the mysterious Ghost Schooner of Siletz Bay, the spooky goings-on at the Oregon Coast's oldest continuously operated pub, an eerie local Bigfoot sighting and more on February 9. This popular tour sells out fast, visit Haunted Taft for more information.

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