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COA S T W E E K E N D C A L E N DA R
Saturday, June 29
Friday, June 28
Saddle Mountain hike
9 a.m. Saddle
Mountain. ango-
rahikingclub.org.
Meet at the parking lot in
Astoria on Marine Drive
between 2nd and 3rd
Streets west of the Burger
King, where participants
will carpool to Saddle
Mountain. Please call
Michael at 503-791-5325
by June 28 if you plan to
participate.
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Thursday, June 27
May Wallace Art Show
9 a.m. Seaside
Public Library,
1131 Broadway St.,
Seaside. seasidelibrary.
org or 503-738-6742.
Exhibit featuring work by
Portland artist and social
activist May Wallace.
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Ranger Living History
Programs
9:30 a.m. Lewis
& Clark National
Historical Park,
92343 Fort Clatsop Road,
Astoria. 503-861-2471. $7
for adults over 15.
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Animal Spirit Card
Reading
10 a.m. Sou’Wester
Lodge, 728 J Place,
Seaview, Wash. souwest-
erlodge.com or 360-642-
2542. Free.
Coming Home:
American Legion
Centennial
10 a.m. Columbia
Pacific Heritage
Museum, 115 Lake
Street SE, Ilwaco, Wash.
columbiapacificheritage-
museum.org or 360-642-
3446. Adults: $5; Seniors
(55+) $4; Youth (13-17)
$2.50; 12 & Under: Free.
Explore the lives and
past-times of returning
veterans and the organi-
zations that were formed
to help them reintegrate
with their community.
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Open Clay Studio
10 a.m. Hoffman Center
for the Arts, 594 Laneda
Ave., Manzanita. 503-
368-3846.
Creature Teachers
10:30 a.m. Astoria
Public Library, 450
10th St., Astoria.
astorialibrary.org or 503-
325-7323. Free. Learn
about exotic reptiles and
“creepy crawlies.”
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Creature Teachers
1:30 p.m. Seaside
Public Library,
1131 Broadway St.,
Seaside. seasidelibrary.
org or 503-738-6742.
Free. Learn about exotic
reptiles and “creepy
crawlies.”
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Mr. Lizard Reptile Show
2 p.m. Ilwaco Timberland
Regional Library, 151 1st
Ave North, Ilwaco, Wash.
trl.org/locations/ilwaco
or 360-642-3906. Meet
and touch the fascinating
creatures in Mr. Lizard’s
Mobile Reptile Zoo.
EVOO Dinner Show
Experience
6 p.m. EVOO Can-
non Beach Cooking
School, 188 S.
Hemlock St., Cannon
Beach. evoo.biz or 503-
436-8555.
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Trivia Night
7 p.m. MacGregor’s
Whiskey Bar, 387 Laneda
Ave., Manzanita. macgre-
gorswhiskeybar.com or
503-368-2447.
May Wallace Art Show
“Phoenix, Oregon” will play at the Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzinita at
7:30 p.m. Friday, June 28.
May Wallace Art Show
9 a.m. Seaside
Public Library,
1131 Broadway St.,
Seaside. seasidelibrary.
org or 503-738-6742.
Exhibit featuring work by
Portland artist and social
activist May Wallace.
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“Forget-Me-Not”
Taxidermy
9 a.m. Sou’Wester Lodge,
728 J Place, Seaview,
Wash. souwesterlodge.
com or 360-642-2542.
Artist Lindsay Bones uses
taxidermy with road kill,
bringing back animals in
a new light so they are
remembered forever and
not forgotten as victims
of the road.
Ranger Living History
Programs
9:30 a.m. Lewis & Clark
National Historical Park,
92343 Fort Clatsop Road,
Astoria. 503-861-2471. $7
for adults over 15.
Coming Home:
American Legion
Centennial
10 a.m. Columbia
Pacific Heritage
Museum, 115 Lake
Street SE, Ilwaco, Wash.
columbiapacificheritage-
museum.org or 360-642-
3446. Adults: $5; Seniors
(55+) $4; Youth (13-17)
$2.50; 12 & Under: Free.
Explore the lives and
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past-times of returning
veterans and the organi-
zations that were formed
to help them reintegrate
with their community.
Columbia Pacific
Farmers Market
Noon. City of Long Beach,
115 Bolstad Avenue
W, Long Beach, Wash.
longbeachwa.gov or 360-
642-4421.
Manzanita Farmers
Market
5 p.m. Manzanita Farmers
Market, 175 5th St. South,
Manzanita. manzanita-
farmersmarket.com.
EVOO Dinner Show
Experience
6 p.m EVOO Cannon
Beach Cooking School,
188 S. Hemlock St, Can-
non Beach. evoo.biz or
503-436-8555.
Paint Your Pet
6 p.m. Loaded
Brush PDX tent at
Port of Garibaldi,
402 S 7th St., Garibaldi.
portofgaribaldi.org or
503-468-5057. $50. Turn
your favorite photo of
your pet into a painting
you did yourself.
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Paint & Sip
6:30 p.m. The Whet Spot,
12 N. Holladay Drive,
Seaside. facebook.com/
TheWhetSpot or 503-739-
7440. $35.
Mary Poppins
7 p.m. Fort Co-
lumbia State Park,
Chinook, Wash.
papatheater.com or 503-
522-2092. $23 for adult
premium seating, $12.50
for children premium, $18
for adult open seating,
$7.50 for children open
seating. Peninsula As-
sociation of Performing
Artists presents Mary
Poppins.
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Nunsense
7:30 p.m. Coaster Theatre
Playhouse, 108 N Hem-
lock St., Cannon Beach.
503-436-1242. $20 — $25.
Manzanita Film Series
Presents “Phoenix,
Oregon”
7:30 p.m. Hoffman Center
for the Arts, 594 Laneda
Ave., Manzanita. 503-368-
3846. $5. Screen of the
2019 feature film “Phoe-
nix, Oregon,” directed
and produced by Oregon
independent filmmakers
Gary and Anne Lundgren.
Disco Temple
9:30 p.m. Labor Temple
Bar, 934 Duane St., Asto-
ria. labortempleastoria.
com or 503-325-0801.
No cover. Dj Le’mix@
twirlpdx plays old school
disco, new disco, funk and
house.
9 a.m. Seaside Public Li-
brary, 1131 Broadway St.,
Seaside. seasidelibrary.
org or 503-738-6742.
Exhibit featuring work by
Portland artist and social
activist May Wallace.
“Forget-Me-Not”
Taxidermy
9 a.m. Sou’Wester Lodge,
728 J Place, Seaview,
Wash. souwesterlodge.
com or 360-642-2542.
Artist Lindsay Bones uses
taxidermy with road kill,
bringing back animals in
a new light so they are
remembered forever and
not forgotten as victims
of the road.
Ranger Living History
Programs
9:30 a.m. Lewis & Clark
National Historical Park,
92343 Fort Clatsop Road,
Astoria. 503-861-2471.
Regular entrance fee $7
for adults over 15.
to grow food in a coastal
climate and methods for
gardening organically.
Great Race Pit Stop
10 a.m. Barbey Maritime
Center, 2042 Marine
Drive, Astoria. bit.ly/2WY-
T1Ol or 503-325-2323.
Free. See antique, vintage,
and collector cars as they
make a pit stop in Astoria.
Coming Home:
American Legion
Centennial
10 a.m. Columbia Pacific
Heritage Museum, 115
Lake Street SE, Ilwaco,
Wash. columbiapaci-
ficheritagemuseum.org or
360-642-3446. Adults: $5;
Seniors (55+) $4; Youth
(13-17) $2.50; 12 & Under:
Free. Explore the lives and
past-times of returning
veterans and the organi-
zations that were formed
to help them reintegrate
with their community.
Weaving Traditional
Maritime Mats
11 a.m. Clatsop Com-
munity College, 1651
Lexington Ave, Astoria.
clatsopcc.edu or 503-
338-2408. $35. Students
will learn the history and
purpose of chafing mats,
how to prepare retired
commercial fishing line
for weaving and how to
weave mats from retired
commercial line.
Gardening
EVOO Dinner Show
Experience
10 a.m. Alder Creek Farm,
35955 Underhill Lane, Ne-
halem. nehalemtrust.org/
alder-creek-farm or 503-
368-3203. Free. Learn how
6 p.m. EVOO Can-
non Beach Cooking
School, 188 S. Hem-
lock St., Cannon Beach.
evoo.biz or 503-436-8555.
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