JANUARY 25, 2018 // 11 10 // COASTWEEKEND.COM ON YOUR PHONE COA S T W E E K E N D C A L E N DA R Friday, Jan. 26 Thursday, Jan. 25 Saturday, Jan. 27 Golf Tourney PBL Tournaments Noon, Gearhart Golf Links, 1157 Marion Ave., Gearhart, 503- 738-3538, $50 to $60, 21+. Unique and local whiskey, gin and aquavit distilleries will be stationed on the course for tasting at the 2-player scramble Oregon Spirits Tour; shotgun start. 8 a.m., Seaside, Warren- ton, Astoria, 503-717- 4308, $2 to $7. Join the fun and cheer for the teams at the annual Pa- cific Basketball League tournaments held at schools in Seaside, War- renton and Astoria. Author Presentation 6 p.m., Cannon Beach Gallery, 1064 Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, Lunch in the Loft Noon, Beach Books, 616 Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-3500, $30. Elise Hooper, author of “The Other Alcott” will read from her book followed by a Q&A, cost includes lunch and signed copy; reserva- tions required. PATRICK WEBB PHOTO Daric Moore, left, plays a serial killer, Toni Ihander portrays the mother of one of his victims, and Rhonda Alderman, right, a psychiatrist who investigates the crim- inal mindset in “Frozen.” “Frozen” 7:30 p.m., KALA, 1017 Marine Drive, Asto- ria, 503-338-4878, $15, 21+. “Frozen” is a staged reading about the disappearance of a 10-year-old girl; features Daric Moore, Toni Ihander and Rhonda Alderman. History & Hops 6 p.m., Seaside Brewing Co., 851 Broadway, Sea- side, 503-738-7065. Gary Kobes will give a talk about building the jetties in “Rails in the Surf” at the next History & Hops speaker series. Wit & Wisdom 7 p.m., Fort George Lovell Showroom, 426 14th St. Join Philosofarian for a philosophical look at philosophy. Check out the Coast Weekend calendar, and other great content at CoastWeekend.com 503-436-0744. Author Peter Lindsey will present his upcoming work, “Just Moving the Water Around,” a history of the Cannon Beach dory fleet. Daddy Daughter Dance 6 p.m., Seaside Con- vention Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside, 503-738-3311, $25 couple, $5 additional Sunday, Jan. 28 child. Fathers and fa- ther figures are invited to attend this memo- ry-making event with their special little lady; limited space. AHS Benefit 6:30 p.m., Astoria High School, 1001 Marine Drive, Astoria, 503-861-1971, $15 to $20. Astoria Walldorf Exchange Program will host an authen- “Edge of Darkness” 7 p.m., Barn Communi- ty Playhouse, 1204 Ivy Ave., Tillamook, 503- 842-6305, $10 to $15. Directed by Steele Fleisher, “The Edge of Darkness” is a dark and sinister thriller set in the early 1900s. “Velveteen Rabbit Reborn” 2 p.m., Columbia The- atre, 1231 Vandercook Way, Longview, Wash., 360-575-8499, $5. A young boy’s love and a little nursery magic help transform the Velveteen Rabbit from a favorite plaything into a real rabbit. Dinner & Benefit 4 p.m., Big Wave Café, 822 Laneda Ave., Man- zanita, 503-368-9283. Eugene Schmuck Foundation will host a spaghetti dinner and benefit. PBL Tournaments 7 p.m., Seaside, Warrenton, Astoria, 503-717-4308, $2 to $7. Join the fun and cheer for the teams at the annual Pacific Bas- ketball League tourna- ments held at schools in Seaside, Warrenton and Astoria. Tuesday, Jan. 30 Benefit Night 4:30 p.m., Fort George Brewery, 1483 Duane St., Astoria, 503-325-7468. Join Fort George at its monthly benefit night to raise funds for the Astoria High School Band Boosters. Film Screening 7:30 p.m., Hoffman Center, 594 Laneda Ave., Manzanita, 503- 368-3846, $5. Manzani- ta film series will screen “The Best of the 44th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival” featuring a collection of eight short films; Northwest Film Center representatives will be in attendance. “Frozen” 7:30 p.m., KALA, 1017 Marine Drive, Astoria, 503-338-4878, $15, 21+. “Frozen” is a staged reading of Bry- ony Lavery’s 1998 play about the disappear- ance of a 10-year-old girl; features Daric Moore, Toni Ihander and Rhonda Alder- man. tic German dinner and silent auction to help students travel abroad. Past to Present 10:30 a.m., Columbia River Maritime Museum, 1792 Marine Drive, Asto- ria, 503-325-2323. Jerry Sutherland will give a presentation on “Pioneer: Built at Skipanon Landing and Sailed to California in 1849” at the next Past to Present lecture series; free with paid admission. COURTESY COLUMBIA RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM Cartwheels for Food Author Jerry Sutherland COURTESY TILLAMOOK ASSOCIATION FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Back row, from left: Kevin Josi, Kari Fleisher, Scott Malmquist. Front row, from left: Trish Bush, Robyn Eley “Edge of Darkness” 7 p.m., Barn Community Playhouse, 1204 Ivy Ave., Tillamook, 503-842-6305, $10 to $15. Directed by Steele Fleisher, “The Edge of Darkness” is a dark and sinister thriller set in the early 1900s. 11 a.m., Encore Dance Studio, 3631 Hwy. 101, Gearhart, 503-717-1637. Join Encore at its annual Cartwheels for Canned Food event, offering an hour of tumbling fun, ages 4+; clinic is free with a non-perishable food donation. Coast Weekend welcomes comments and contributions from readers. New items for publication consideration must be submitted by 10 a.m. Tuesday, one week and two days before publication.