The Cannon Beach History Center and Museum Cottage and Garden Tour takes place the weekend of Sept. 8 and has a series of events. The program starts Friday night with a concert and reception at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall at 207 N. Spruce St., featuring home tours, wine tastings, art exhibits, presentations, and more live music. Tickets are $15.

The tour of homes and gardens will take place on Saturday, Sept. 9, and is a one-day-only event. Start Saturday off with a lecture on the history of Cannon Beach from Doug Deur at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall, followed by the tour of homes and gardens. Luncheon and lecture tickets are $25. For the first time, tourgoers are invited to explore the north end of Cannon Beach. Tickets for the home and garden tour are $35.

A Saturday night concert features local favorites Thistle and Rose at Cannon Beach Chamber Hall, with beer from Fort George and Buoy Beer, wine from the Nehalem Bay Winery and tasty treats. This event is included in the cost of the home and garden tour ticket.

The final event of the weekend is an English-style garden tea at the Chamber Hall on Sunday, Sept. 10. Attendees will enjoy English-style tea with a presentation by gardening professional Dawn Hummel. Tickets are $20.

For more information regarding tickets or other events, contact the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum at 503-436-9301, email at info@cbhistory.org, or visit cbhistory.org.

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