Friday, Jan. 31
Listening to the Land kicks off its 2020 season Jan. 15 with a presentation by Sarah Henkel titled “Listening to the Crabs.”
Author and historian John Dodge will discuss his book “A Deadly Wind: 1962 Columbus Day Storm” at 4 p.m. Jan. 16 at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum, kicking off the museum’s winter …
For readers particularly interested in the history of Oregon’s most extreme geological events, participants in the upcoming Cannon Beach Reads, led by Lila Wickham, will discuss William L. Sul…
Volunteers are being recruited to produce what are called habitat piles, which are termed a boon to wildlife by the North Coast Land Conservancy.
Chris Merz put a lot of thought and time into his proposal to Samantha Vanwilgen, his girlfriend of two years, before popping the question Oct. 26 in Cannon Beach.
In the event of a community-wide emergency, Cannon Beach has a group of volunteers who are trained to help rescue pets.
The Northwest Authors Series seeks submissions for the Second Annual Writers’ Read Celebration planned for Feb. 28 at the library.
Jay Patrick Hauger, 82, was surrounded by his loving family in body and spirit when he went to be with the Lord on December 10, 2019. Jay was the loving husband of Nancy Suzanne (Lee) Hauger.…
Hundreds gathered in Sandpiper Square on Dec. 7 for carols, tributes and the community’s annual Lamp Lighting Ceremony, marking the beginning of the festive Christmas season in Cannon Beach.
Friends of Cape Falcon and a variety of partners are planning the following events for this winter:
The Cannon Beach Library is inviting residents and visitors to its annual Holiday Tea on Dec. 7 from 1-4 p.m. at the library, 131 N. Hemlock St.
David Frei, co-host of NBC’s “The National Dog Show Presented by Purina,” which will air Thanksgiving Day, started an organization several years ago to make it possible for therapy dogs to vis…
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Cannon Beach resident and Oregon native David Frei will co-host NBC’s The National Dog Show Presented by Purina, which will air Thursday after the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
It’s easy to #OptOutside in Oregon on the Friday or Saturday after Thanksgiving—you can fish, crab or clam for free anywhere in the state.
Beginning in November, Cannon Beach has been playing host to “Haystack Holidays,” a series of seasonal events designed to celebrate unlike anywhere else in the country.
Oregon memoirist and novelist Craig Lesley packed the children’s room at Cannon Beach Library last Saturday afternoon as he presented a stellar Northwest Authors Series reading from “autobiogr…
At the risk of repeating news related in the last column, let’s quickly review events upcoming in November.
Author Craig Lesley will discuss his four novels and a memoir during a Northwest Authors presentation at 2 p.m. Nov. 9 in the Cannon Beach Library.
The Seaside High School drama department is gearing up to present its fall play, “Going for Broke,” by Michal Jacot, at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, in the Seaside High School Cafetorium.
White Bird Gallery is hosting a variety of artistic happening during Stormy Weather Festival, several new artists who are innovative in their approach to media are part of the exhibition.
Last Wednesday, the Cannon Beach Reads group discussed Hope Jahren’s “Lab Girl,” an uplifting yet realistic memoir.
Friday night kicks off the weekend with a Monster Mash Dance Bash, attendees of all ages can enjoy a costume dance party, photo ops, costume contests, and a special performance of “Thriller” b…
“Fun” and “tradition” are two words that tell the story of the annual pumpkin carving at the Driftwood Restaurant and Lounge in Cannon Beach.
October 4 was the “Blessing of the Animals” event in Cannon Beach at Sandpiper Square, honoring St. Francis of Assisi. Horses, one cat and many dogs were blessed. The Franciscan Prayer was rea…
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