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Saturday, June 29 cont.
Junior Shanghaied “A
Night at the Olios!”
7 p.m. astor street
Opry Company, 129
W Bond st., astoria.
asocplay.com or 503-325-
6104. $5 in advance, $7 at
the door.
adult premium seating,
$12.50 for children pre-
mium, $18 for adult open
seating, $7.50 for children
open seating. Peninsula
association of Performing
artists presents Mary
Poppins.
Mary Poppins
Nunsense
7 p.m. Fort Columbia
state Park, Chinook,
Wash. papatheater.com
or 503-522-2092. $23 for
7:30 p.m. Coaster Theatre
Playhouse, 108 n hem-
lock st., Cannon Beach.
503-436-1242. $20 — $25.
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Sunday, June 30
“Forget-Me-Not”
Taxidermy
9 a.m. sou’West-
er 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.
Mary Poppins
2 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.
Ranger Living History
Programs
Junior Shanghaied “A
Night at the Olios!”
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9:30 a.m. Lewis & Clark
national historical Park,
92343 Fort Clatsop road,
astoria. 503-861-2471. $7
for adults over 15.
May Wallace Art Show
1 p.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.
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2 p.m. astor street
Opry Company,
129 W Bond st., astoria.
asocplay.com or 503-
325-6104. $5 advance
purchase, $7 at door.
And Then There Were
None
7:30 p.m. Coaster
Theatre Playhouse,
108 n hemlock st,
Cannon Beach. 503-436-
1242. $20 — $25.
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Monday, July 1
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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Tuesday,
July 2
Garden Startup Day
9 a.m. alder Creek
Farms, 35955
underhill Lane, ne-
halem. nehalemtrust.org
or 503-368-3203. every
Tuesday through October.
Learn about organic
gardening.
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May Wallace Art Show
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.
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. 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.
Quiet Writing
10:30 a.m. hoffman
Center for the arts, 594
Laneda ave., Manzanita.
503-368-3846. drop in fee
is $5 per session.
Ric’s Poetry Mic
Monday Night Baked
Bingo
7 p.m. Merry Time Bar &
Grill, 995 Marine drive,
astoria. merrytimebar.
com or 503-468-0852.
Free.
Coast Weekend editor suggested events
7 p.m. WineKraft
Wine Bar, 80
10th st, astoria.
winekraftpnw.com or
503-468-0206. In honor
of founder ric Vrana. sign
up to read at 6:45 p.m.
Contact Mary Lou Mcau-
ley at mmcauley05@
gmail.com for more
information.
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Wednesday, July 3
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.
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.
Read to a Therapy Dog
Nunsense
3 p.m. astoria Public
Library, 450 10th st.,
astoria. astorialibrary.org
or 503-325-7323. Free.
7:30 p.m. Coaster
Theatre Playhouse,
108 n hemlock st.,
Cannon Beach. 503-436-
1242. $20 — $25.
Astoria Writes
4:30 p.m. astoria
Public Library, 450
10th st., astoria.
astorialibrary.org or 503-
325-7323. Free. astoria
Writers is a welcoming
space where wordsmiths
can give and receive
feedback about works in
progress.
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Trivia
8:10 p.m.
Merry Time Bar &
Grill, 995 Marine
drive, astoria. merrytime-
bar.com or 503-468-0852.
$2. hosted by emily
Geddiss. Teams of 1-6
compete for cash and
prizes.
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Thursday, July 4
Art in the Park
9 a.m. sheldon
Field, 25701 Ocean
Beach highway,
Ocean Park, Wash. opwa.
com or 360-665-4448.
Local artists, food and
handmade artisan crafts.
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.
May Wallace Art Show
7 p.m. MacGregor’s
Whiskey Bar, 387 Laneda
ave, Manzanita. macgre-
gorswhiskeybar.com or
503-368-2447.
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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.
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.
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. columbiapaci-
ficheritagemuseum.org or
360-642-3446. adults: $5;
seniors (55+) $4; youth
Trivia Night
Colin Murphey/The daily astorian
Fourth of July firework displays will lighten up the
sky in Astoria and Seaside.
(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.
Open Clay Studio
10 a.m. hoffman Center
for the arts, 594 Laneda
ave., Manzanita. 503-368-
3846.
Fourth of July Parade
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11 a.m. 207 n
spruce, Cannon
Beach.
Seaside Museum Old
Fashioned Social &
Silent Auction
11 a.m. seaside Museum
& historical society, 570
necancium, seaside.
seasideoregonmuseum.
com or 503-738-7065.
Fundraiser for seaside
Museum.
4th of July Old
Fashioned Social
11 a.m. seaside Museum
& historical society, 570
necancium, seaside. sea-
sideoregonmuseum.com,
or call 503-738-7065. Free.
Old Fashioned 4th of
July Parade
1 p.m. starts at u st. and
Bay ave, Ocean Park,
Wash. opwa.com or 360-
665-4448. Free.
Old Fashioned Fourth
of July Parade
3 p.m. starts at the War-
renton Post Office, 99 n
ave., Warrenton.
Local Comics Showcase
7:30 p.m. Labor Temple
Bar, 934 duane, astoria.
labortempleastoria.com
or 503-325-0801. Free.
4th of July Fireworks
Spectacular
8:30 p.m. Oregon Coast
scenic railroad, 306
american ave., Garibaldi.
oregoncoastscenic.org.
$30. Children under 3 ride
free. Purchase tickets at
bit.ly/2Wyyrc9
Celebrate Freedom 4th
of July Fireworks
10 p.m. seaside
Beach. 25-minute
extravaganza.
Tune your radio to KsWB
840 am for synchronized
music.
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Fourth of July
Fireworks
dusk. Over the Columbia
river in astoria.