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    February 27, 2015 | Cannon Beach Gazette | cannonbeachgazette.com • 9A
Kidz Camp teaches acting, singing and dancing
Theatre has three camp scholarships
Spring is coming, and the
stage is calling.
The Coaster Theatre Kidz
Camp, where children aged
8 to 18 spend their spring
break playing theater games
and mounting a personalized
play, is open for registration.
From 10 a.m. through 4
p.m. March 23 through 27
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thespians will learn the ba-
sics of acting, singing and
dancing.
Their teamwork and
imaginative enterprise will
culminate in a Friday after-
noon performance of “Willy
Wonka’s Chocolate Facto-
ry.”
But be warned: The kids
may very well kick Roald
Dahl’s original story to the
curb and devise their own
story featuring the same cast
of characters: Charlie Buck-
et, Veruca Salt, Augustus
Gloop, etc.
Scholarships
Though the kids may
register through March 23,
Lathrop strongly recom-
mends preregistration.
The cost per camper is
$115. “If you break that
down, that’s pretty inexpen-
sive childcare,” Lathrop said.
Thanks to funding from
the Clatsop County Cultural
Coalition, the Coaster is of-
fering scholarships to three
campers, who will attend the
class for free.
Lathrop is asking the
children who are interested
to write a short paragraph
(preferably in the child’s
own handwriting) on why
he or she wants to attend the
Kidz Camp and submit it to
the Coaster.
Scholarship paragraphs
are due by March 6 and
should be turned in before
the parent formally registers
the child for the camp.
A couple of Coaster The-
atre board members or staff
members will read through
the paragraphs and col-
lectively decide who will
receive the scholarships.
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nancial need, passion for the-
ater or other criteria, Lathrop
said.
For more information,
call 503-436-1242 or visit
coastertheatre.com. Regis-
tration forms are available
on the website.
Participants in the Coaster
Theater’s Kidzcamp in 2013
performed “Stone Soup” at the
end of the spring break week.
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Coast Happenings Calendar
YOUR GUIDE TO MUSIC, ART, COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL EVENTS UP AND DOWN THE COAST
Friday, Feb. 27
FisherPoets Gathering
5 p.m., venues and times vary
throughout Astoria, www.fisher-
poets.org. The annual FisherPoets
Gathering returns with seafaring
men and women sharing their
stories of life on the sea. Weekend
admission buttons to all events are
$15. See website for schedules. Runs
through Sunday.
“Footloose”
7 p.m., Seaside High School, 1901 N.
Holladay Drive, Seaside, $4 to $8, all
ages. “Footloose” is a classic tale of
teenage rebellion that features a com-
bination of dance choreography and
music. Also runs Feb. 28 and March
5 through 7.
flute and clarinet), meditative songs,
Psalms, readings and quiet reflec-
tion.
Monday, March 2
Burgers & Jam
6 p.m., American Legion Post 168,
1216 S. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach,
503-436-2973. The legion offers
burgers and music every Monday.
Tuesday, March 3
Business Seminar
8:30 a.m., Chamber of Commerce
Community Hall, 267 N. Spruce St.,
Cannon Beach, 503-338-2402, $49.
Arnie Hendricks will teach business
owners about “Succession Planning:
Enhancing Value & Preserving Leg-
acy.” Preregistration is required.
John Baumann
7 p.m., Cannon Beach History
Center & Museum, 1387 S. Spruce
St., Cannon Beach, 503-436-9301,
www.cbhistory.org, $12 adults, $2
children. John Baumann and his
band, Satori Bob, play Americana,
acoustic and folk music.
Saturday, Feb. 28
ENCORE Lunch Bunch
12:30 p.m., Riley’s Restaurant, 1104
S. Holladay Drive, Seaside, 50 and
older. This month’s topic will cele-
brate Girl Scout Sunday, Internation-
al Women’s Day and International
Working Women’s Day. For infor-
mation, call Lynne at 503-738-3044
Heart Healthy Hike
Retirement Workshop
1 p.m., Lewis & Clark National
Historical Park, 92343 Fort Clatsop
Road, Astoria, 800-562-8964, free.
Robert Morse, D.O. cardiologist,
will discuss the risk factors for heart
disease; then, attendees can go on a
two-mile hike with an interpretive
park ranger. Registration is required.
6 p.m., CCC Seaside Campus,
1455 N. Roosevelt Drive, Seaside,
503-325-2402, www.clatsopcc.edu/
schedule. This workshop for baby
boomers will address savvy Social
Security planning and how to maxi-
mize retirement income. Preregistra-
tion is recommended.
Daddy Daughter Dance
Wednesday, March 4
6 p.m., Seaside Civic and Conven-
tion Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside,
503-738-3311, www.sunsetempire.
com, $20 per couple, $5 additional
child. Fathers, grandfathers, uncles
and father figures are invited.
Casino Game Night
7 p.m., American Legion Post 168,
1216 S. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach,
503-436-1040, 21 and older. A casi-
no game night featuring blackjack,
craps, roulette and prizes to benefit
the Cannon Beach Preschool &
Children’s Center.
Sunday, March 1
Evensong
6 p.m., Cannon Beach Community
Church, 132 E. Washington St., Can-
non Beach, 503-436-1222. Evensong
features Jennifer Goodenberger (pi-
ano) and Wes Wahrmund (guitar,
Library Club Meeting
10:30 a.m., Cannon Beach Library,
131 N. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach,
503-436-1391, www.cannonbeachli-
brary.org, free. The program will be
a discussion on “The Life of an eBay
Book” with Colleen Purrier.
Thursday, March 5
738-6391, www.pouringatthecoast.
com, $65, 21 and older. The Seaside
High Culinary Arts Program will
prepare a five-course dinner with
beer pairings. First beer at 5:30 p.m.
Reservations required. Proceeds to
benefit the culinary arts program.
Yoga Festival Opening
7 p.m., Chamber of Commerce
Community Hall, 207 N. Spruce
St., Cannon Beach, 503- 440-1649,
www.cannonbeach.org.
Cannon
Beach’s annual Yoga Festival starts
with an opening ceremony to kick
off the weekend. Registration is re-
quired. Runs through Sunday.
Saturday, March 7
WINGS Conference
8 a.m., Clatsop Community College,
1615 Lexington Ave., Astoria, 503-
717-1852, www.wings-clatsop.org,
free. The annual WINGS conference
offers sessions and workshops for
women interested in pursuing ed-
ucational opportunities. Free lunch
and childcare.
“Lives in Transition”
1 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside 503-738-6742,
www.seasidelibrary.com, free. Shelly
Alford of Clatsop Community Col-
lege will discuss “Lives in Transition,”
a program to assist adults in continu-
ing their education.
Gearhart ArtWalk
2 p.m., celebrate creative art forms
during the monthly Gearhart Art-
Walk at businesses and galleries in
Gearhart. Some artists will discuss
their work. Look for the “Welcome
to the Shore” flag at participating
merchants.
Living Mural Project
2:30 p.m., Tolovana Hall, 3779 S.
Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, 503-
440-0566, www.tolovanaartscolony.
org. Join the Milagro Theater cast
for an afternoon of acting and mural
drawing.
information, call Myra Kero at 503-
738-6165.
ucating Diverse Audiences about
Marine Ecosystems.”
Tuesday, March 10
Thursday, March 12
3 p.m., Seaside Civic and Conven-
tion Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside,
503-738-6391, pouringatthecoast.
com, 21 and older. “Pouring at the
Coast Beer Fest” features craft beer
tasting, wine, local food vendors and
live music. Home brewers competi-
tion; prizes given.
2 p.m., NWSDS Office, 2002 S.E.
Chokeberry Ave., Warrenton. Sup-
port groups help people to share with
others, receive support and learn
about different aspects of the disease.
For information, call Grace Bruseth
at 503-738-6412.
5 p.m., venues and times vary, Can-
non Beach, www.savorcannon-
beach.com, 21 and older. Savor Can-
non Beach Wine & Culinary Festival
runs through the weekend. See the
website for details.
Troop 642 Fundraiser
Wednesday, March 11
Pouring at the Coast
4:30 p.m., American Legion Post
99, 1315 Broadway, Seaside, $12 per
plate or 2 for $20, kids discounted.
Support the local Seaside Boy Scout
troop with a Hawaiian dinner pre-
pared by Malia’s Grill. Take out or-
ders accepted.
Cancer Support Group
2 p.m., NWSDS Office, 2002 S.E.
Chokeberry Ave., Warrenton, free.
Support group meetings are held the
second Wednesday of the month.
Allison Whisenhunt (503-717-7439)
and Brigid Koeppen (503-338-4085)
will facilitate.
First Saturday Art Walk
5 p.m., enjoy original artwork, live
music and refreshments during
Seaside’s monthly First Saturday Art
Walk at participating businesses and
art galleries in Seaside. Some artists
will discuss their work. Look for the
art walk signs at participating mer-
chants.
“El Nino Diego”
7 p.m., Coaster Theatre, 108 N.
Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, 503-
440-0684, www.tolovanaartscolony.
org, $5 to $20, all ages. Tolovana Arts
Colony presents the Milagro The-
ater’s “El Nino Diego,” a humorous
tale following the childhood story of
Diego Rivera.
Sunday, March 8
Savor Cannon Beach
The Seismic Past
7 p.m., Cannon Beach History
Center & Museum, 1387 S. Spruce
St., Cannon Beach, 503-436-9301,
www.cbhistory.org, free. Anthro-
pologist Sarah Sterling will discuss
the Pacific Northwest’s seismic past,
present and future.
Friday, March 13
“Murder on the Nile”
Haystack Rock Lecture
7 p.m., Cannon Beach Library, 131
N. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach,
503-436-1391, www.cannonbeachli-
brary.org, free. Alan Rammer, retired
Washington Department of Fish &
Wildlife educator, will discuss “Ed-
7:30 p.m., Coaster Theatre, 108 N.
Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, 503-
436-1242, www.coastertheatre.com,
$15 to $20. Agatha Christie’s “Mur-
der on the Nile,” directed by Jenni
Tronier, is a murder mystery. Runs
to April 18.
Dining on the
North Coast
NAMI Meeting
2 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, www.nami.org.
The National Alliance on Mental
Illness welcomes anyone who has a
friend or family member that suffers
from a mental illness. NAMI mem-
bership is not required to attend. For
Bereavement Support
2 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community
Center, 1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-
338-6230, 18 and older. Support is
given through journaling, discussion
and providing tools for healing body,
mind and spirit after loss. Hosted by
Lower Columbia Hospice.
Alzheimer’s Support
pow ered b y
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Friday, March 6
Coastal Brewers Dinner
6 p.m., Seaside Civic and Convention
Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside, 503-
m u s ic firs t
The Coaster Theatre Playhouse Presents
A M E R IC A N L E G IO N P O ST 168
1216 S. H em lock S treet • C an n on B each
503.436.2973
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B urgers an d Jam S ession • 6:00 – 8:00 pm
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March 13 - April 18, 2015
Tickets $20 or $15
Shows begin at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday shows at 3:00 p.m.
Talkback - Thurs., March 26 th
Sponsored by Keith C. Schnip
Tickets: 503-436-1242 or coastertheatre.com
108 N Hemlock Street, Cannon Beach, OR
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Seaside Office: 503-738-5561
A sto ria Office: 503-325-3211