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COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Deadline for Community Calendar is noon Wednesday two weeks before our publish date. Items can be emailed to nmccarthy@seasidesignal.com,
faxed to 503-738-9285 or mailed to P.O. Box 848, Seaside, OR 97138. Events are in Seaside unless otherwise noted.
Friday, May 1
Chamber Breakfast
8:30 a.m., Twisted Fish Steakhouse, 311
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6391, www.
seasidechamber.com, open to the public.
Different speakers are featured each
week. A no-host breakfast and beverage
service is available.
Low Impact Walking
9:30 a.m. This low-impact walking group
meets every Friday at different locations.
Sponsored by the Seaside Branch of
American Association of University Wom-
en. For details, call 503-738-7751.
Spring Unveiling
10 a.m., participating galleries in Cannon
Beach, www.cbgallerygroup.com. The an-
nual Spring Unveiling art festival features
13 galleries, dozens of artists unveiling new
work, 30 chefs, music, wine, receptions and
demonstrations all weekend long.
Yoga Retreat
5:30 p.m., Seaside Yoga Studio, 609 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-791-1622, www.seasideyo-
garetreats.com, $55 to $235. Facilitated by
Vilma Zaleskaite, “Spread Your Wings & Fly” is a
three-day yoga retreat for women of all levels.
Registration required.
Chorus Concert
7 p.m., Cannon Beach Community Church,
132 E. Washington, Cannon Beach, 503-
436-0378, www.cannonbeachchorus.org,
$10. Cannon Beach Chorus presents “Choral
Gems,” a performance of music by Brahms,
Hayden, Beethoven, Mozart and others.
“Mixed Emotions”
7:30 p.m., Coaster Theatre Playhouse, 108 N.
Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, 503-436-1242,
www.coastertheatre.com, $15 to $20. A mid-
dle-aged widower woos the widow of his best
friend and they slowly begin a relationship
in Richard Baer’s romantic comedy “Mixed
Emotions.” The play repeats throughout the
month. Visit the website for days and times.
art.org. Gheri Fours will be the featured
artist in the May show “Coastal Art for All
Seasons.”
Gearhart ArtWalk
2 p.m., celebrate creative art forms
during the monthly Gearhart ArtWalk
at businesses and galleries in Gearhart.
There will be artist’s demonstrations,
discussions and receptions. Look for the
“Welcome to the Shore” flag at participat-
ing merchants.
First Saturday Art Walk
5 p.m., enjoy original artwork, live
music and refreshments during Seaside’s
monthly First Saturday Art Walk at local
businesses and art galleries in Seaside.
Artists may be available for demonstra-
tions and discussions. Look for the art
walk signs at participating merchants.
Chorus Concert
7 p.m., North County Recreation District,
36155 9th St., Nehalem, 503-436-0378,
www.cannonbeachchorus.org, $10.
Tommy Rocker Band
7 p.m., American Legion Post 99, 1315
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5111, www.
seasidepost99.org, $10. Seaside American
Legion will host a fundraiser for the Fire
Mountain School with legendary rock-n-
roller Tommy Rocker.
DJ Dance Party
10 p.m., Twisted Fish Steakhouse, 311
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-3467, www.
twistedfishsteakhouse.com, no cover, 21 and
older. DJ Nacho Bizznez mixes the latest dance
music with some old favorites including Top
40, funk, disco and hip-hop.
Low Impact Walking
SHS students
present ‘Macbeth:
The Western’
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School students decid-
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atre enthusiasts and are
presenting an entirely
student driven produc-
tion with public perfor-
mances Thursday, May
14, and Friday, May 15,
at 7 p.m.
“Macbeth:
The
Western” is a satirical
comedy based upon
Shakespeare’s tragedy
of Macbeth. The script
was re-written by former
AARP Driver Course
9 a.m., Bob Chisholm Communty Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-338-2408,
$15 to $20, 50 and older. Ronald Bline
will teach this class. Full attendance and
preregistration is required and seating is
limited. For questions, call John Benson at
503-738-5925.
China Painters
Sunday, May 3
Yoga Retreat
9 a.m., Seaside Yoga Studio, 609 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-791-1622, www.seasideyogare-
treats.com, $55 to $235.
9 a.m., Seaside Civic and Convention Cen-
ter, 415 First Ave., Seaside. Take classes,
shop and watch artist’s demonstrations
at the annual convention of the World
Organization of China Painters.
Knit, Needle, Crochet
The von Trapps
Spring Unveiling
7:30 p.m., Liberty Theater, 1203
Commercial St., Astoria, 503-325-5922,
www.liberty-theater.org, $25, all ages.
Coast Community Radio presents The von
Trapps, great-grandchildren of Captain
and Maria von Trapp, who are reinventing
their legacy for the modern age.
10 a.m., participating galleries in Cannon
Beach, www.cbgallerygroup.com.
Karaoke
9 p.m., American Legion Post 99, 1315
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5111, www.
seasidepost99.org, no cover, 21 and older.
All are welcome to go on stage for some live
karaoke singing. Kids, too, can join the fun
from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, May 2
Protest Rally
11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the National
Coalition to Impeach President Obama
will hold a protest rally at the corner
of Broadway and U.S. 101 in Seaside.
Dress appropriately for the weather.
Author Robert Friedman will be on
hand to discuss his book.
10 a.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-738-3311,
www.sunsetempire.com, free. All levels
and interests are welcome to join the Knit,
Needle & Crochet Group every Tuesday.
Wednesday, May 6
2:30 p.m., First Lutheran Church, 725 33rd
St., Astoria, 503-436-0378. Student recipi-
ents of the Friday Musical Club scholarship
from local communities will be featured in
a music recital, reception to follow.
Monday, May 4
Hear Our Cry.” For more information about
this event, the National Day of Prayer Task
Force, or other events like this, contact
area coordinator Darrin Dunn at 503-440-
4046, or visit the NDP website at www.
nationaldayofprayer.org.
Ham Radio Breakfast
8 a.m., Finn’s Fish House, 227 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-738-9692. Ham radio opera-
tors meet every Thursday. Venues change
on the first Thursday of the month, call for
information.
SDDA Breakfast
8:30 a.m., Pig ‘N’ Pancake, 323 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-717-1914, www.seaside-
downtown.com. Features guest speakers
each week. A no-host breakfast and
beverage service is available.
Karaoke
9 p.m., American Legion Post 99, 1315
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5111, www.
seasidepost99.org, no cover, 21 and older.
9 a.m., Seaside Civic and Convention
Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside.
10 a.m., Broadway Park, 1300 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-738-3311, www.sunsetem-
pire.com. Take part in a community park
clean up. Meet at Broadway and branch
out to Cartwright and Goodman parks, Mill
Ponds and Necanicum Estuary. Bring gloves
and tools. Barbeque at 2 p.m. for volunteers.
Camp 18 Logging
Exhibition
11 a.m., Astoria Golf & Country Club,
33445 Sunset Beach Lance, Warrenton,
503-717-3671, www.assistanceleaguecp.
org, $5. The Assistance League of the Co-
lumbia Pacific presents its annual Golf Ball
Drop, includes a kid’s golf clinic, barbecue,
raffle, bake sale and prizes.
2 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5859,
free. Kathleen Flewelling, naturopathic
physician, provides this service.
DJ Dance Party
Bereavement Support
Astoria Sunday Market
2 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-338-6230, 18
and older. Support is given through journ-
aling and discussion to help healing after a
loss. Hosted by Lower Columbia Hospice.
10 a.m., 12th St., downtown Astoria,
503-325-1010, www.astoriasundaymar-
ket.com. Astoria Sunday Market features
fine art, crafts, gift items, fresh produce,
plants, music and a food court. The mar-
ket is open every Sunday to Oct. 11.
10 p.m., Twisted Fish Steakhouse, 311 Broad-
way, Seaside, 503-738-3467, www.twistedfish-
steakhouse.com, no cover, 21 and older.
Sunday, May 10
Trivia at Salvatore’s
5 p.m., McMenamins Sand Trap, 1157 N.
Marion Ave., Gearhart, 503-717-8150,
www.mcmenamins.com, no cover. Mc-
Menamins next community development
event will benefit Seaside High School’s
football team receiving 50 percent of the
evening’s total sales.
6:30 p.m., Salvatore’s Café & Pub, 414 N.
Prom, Seaside, 503-738-3334, free. Bring
just yourself or a team of up to five people
for a fun night of trivia. There will be three
questions per round and three rounds
every Wednesday.
Author Teresa Brown
Thursday, May 7
Friday, May 8
Lions Club
Chamber Breakfast
TOPS Meeting
National Day of Prayer
Breakfast
8 a.m. weigh-in, North Coast Family Fel-
lowship Church, 2245 N. Wahanna Road,
Seaside, 503-861-2904. TOPS (Take Off
Pounds Sensibly) meet every Tuesday and
focuses on lifestyle changes for lasting
weight loss and better health.
Locally, the 64th annual National Day of
Prayer will begin in Seaside with a buf-
fet-style breakfast from 7:30 to 8 a.m. at
Dooger’s Seafood & Grill, 505 Broadway,
followed by a prayer and song program
from 8 to 9 a.m. This year’s theme is “Lord,
5 p.m., West Lake Restaurant & Lounge,
1480 S. Roosevelt Drive, Seaside, 503-
738-7693. Open to the public.
Artist Reception
2 p.m., Trails End Art Gallery, 656 A St.,
Gearhart, 503-717-9458, www.trailsend-
Tuesday, May 5
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life’ s grea test a ssists o ff the
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a gen t fo r help fin d in g the right
co vera ge a n d sa vin gs o n yo u r
in su ra n ce so yo u ca n en jo y
m o re o f w ha t yo u lo ve.
6:30 p.m., Salvatore’s Café & Pub, 414 N.
Prom, Seaside, 503-738-3334, free.
Thursday, May 14
Ham Radio Breakfast
8 a.m., Finn’s Fish House, 227 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-738-9692.
8:30 a.m., Pig ‘N’ Pancake, 323 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-717-1914, www.seaside-
downtown.com.
SHS Football Night
1 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6742, www.
seasidelibrary.org, free, all ages. Learn
how to make botanical greeting cards for
Mother’s Day with artist Dorota Haber-Le-
high. Materials will be provided.
6 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6742, www.
seasidelibrary.org, free, all ages. Trivia
tournament nights are informal, fun com-
petitions that test each team’s knowledge
of all matters trivial. Prizes awarded.
SDDA Breakfast
9 a.m., participating galleries in Cannon
Beach, www.cbgallerygroup.com.
Botanical Card Class
4:30 p.m., Providence Seaside Hospital
Education Center, 725 S. Wahanna Road,
Seaside, 503-717-7781. This group is affili-
ated with the American Stroke Association
and is open to survivors and caregivers.
1 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131 Broad-
way, 503-738-6742, www.seasidelibrary.
org, 18 and older. Learn to make three
spring-inspired appetizers with chef Teresa
Dufka. Limited to 20 participants.
Spring Unveiling
9 a.m., Seaside Yoga Studio, 609 Broadway,
Seaside, 503-791-1622, www.seasideyogare-
treats.com, $55 to $235.
Stroke Support
Spring Cooking Class
1 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, all ages, $1 per
session per person. Knochlers host regular
play in the card game of pinochle every
Monday. Prizes awarded.
Yoga Retreat
10 a.m., The Harbor, 1361 Duane St.,
Astoria, 503-325-3426.
Trivia at Salvatore’s
Golf Ball Drop
5:30 p.m., Clatsop Community College,
1651 Lexington Ave., Astoria, free, oregon.
artscomm@oregon.gov. Oregon Arts Commis-
sion will host “A Conversation: Mechanisms to
Support Visual Artists,” an in-depth conversa-
tion to support visual artists in Clatsop County.
Space is limited and reservations are required.
Knochlers Pinochle
2 p.m., NWSDS Office, 2002 S.E.
Chokeberry Ave., Warrenton, 503-738-
6412. Support groups provide people an
opportunity to share with others, receive
support and learn about the disease.
Team Trivia
10 a.m., Camp 18 Logging Museum, mile-
post 18 on Hwy 26. Logger’s Memorial
dedication begins at 10 a.m. followed by
a logging exhibition at 11 a.m. Admission
is free for this family-friendly event. Food
booths open at 9 a.m. Registration for
exhibition teams also begins at 9:00.
Noon, Pig ‘N’ Pancake, 323 Broadway,
Seaside, open to the public. Features
announcements and guest speakers each
week. For information, visit the club’s
Facebook page at www.facebook.com/
pages/Kiwanis-Club-of-Seaside-Ore.
Visual Artists Talk
Alzheimer’s Support
HEART Support Group
Love Your Park
Community Clinic
China Painters
10 a.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-738-3311,
www.sunsetempire.com, free.
Wednesday, May 13
Saturday, May 9
9 a.m., Seaside Civic and Convention
Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside.
Indie Bookstore Day
9 a.m., Beach Books, 616 Broadway, Seaside,
503-738-3500, www.beachbooks37.com.
In celebration of independent bookstores,
Beach Books will celebrate with books, art,
refreshments and guests, including author
Gregory Zschomler at 2 p.m.
Seaside High School
students Michelle Peter-
son and Allison Barker
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many comedic moments
and allusions to other
westerns. The play also
includes famous solilo-
quies from the original
play. The entire cast is
comprised of student
volunteers from Seaside
High School.
Tickets are $5 at the
door; doors open at 6:30
for both performances at
Seaside High School.
For further infor-
mation, contact Lenore
Morrisson at 503-738-
5586 or email lmorris-
son@seaside.k12.or.us.
5:30 p.m., American Legion Post 99, 1315
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5111, www.
seasidepost99.org, no cover, all ages. Kids
are welcome to join the karaoke craze and
show their singing talent.
Kiwanis Club Meeting
10 a.m., The Harbor, 1361 Duane St.,
Astoria, 503-325-3426. A support group
open to anyone in an abusive relationship
that focuses on the effects of domestic
violence against children and adults. Call
in advance to reserve a space.
Fellowship Church, 2245 N. Wahanna
Road, Seaside, 503-861-2904.
Knit, Needle, Crochet
Karaoke for Kids
China Painters
HEART Support Group
Student Music Recital
9:30 a.m., locations vary every Friday,
503-738-7751. Sponsored by AAUW.
Kiwanis Club Meeting
Noon, Pig ‘N’ Pancake, 323 Broadway,
Seaside, www.facebook.com/pages/
Kiwanis-Club-of-Seaside-Ore.
Movie Matinee
2 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-738-3311,
www.sunsetempire.com, free.
Talk Back Thursday
7:30 p.m., “Mixed Emotions,” Coaster
Theatre Playhouse, 108 N. Hemlock St.,
Cannon Beach, 503-436-1242, www.
coastertheatre.com, $15 to $20.
Friday, May 15
Chamber Breakfast
8:30 a.m., Twisted Fish Steakhouse, 311
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6391, www.
seasidechamber.com.
Movie Matinee
2 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, 503-738-3311,
www.sunsetempire.com, free. Enjoy an
afternoon of movies and popcorn every
Thursday at the community center.
7 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6742, www.
seasidelibrary.org, free. Author Teresa
Brown will read from her novel “Starting
Over.” Book sales and signings to follow.
NAMI Meeting
Low Impact Walking
2 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6165, www.
nami.org. The National Alliance on Mental
Illness welcomes anyone who suffers from a
mental illness. Membership is not required.
9:30 a.m., locations vary every Friday,
503-738-7751. Sponsored by AAUW.
Monday, May 11
Knochlers Pinochle
1 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community Center,
1225 Avenue A, Seaside, all ages, $1 per
session per person.
Golf Tourney
1 p.m. shotgun start, Gearhart Golf Links,
1157 N. Marion Ave., Gearhart, 503-738-
3538, www.gearhartgolflinks.com, $50 to
$60, 21 and older. A tougher course will
be set for the “Superintendent’s Revenge”
golf tournament. Carts are available for a
fee and prizes will be awarded.
Karaoke for Kids
8:30 a.m., Twisted Fish Steakhouse, 311
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-6391, www.
seasidechamber.com.
5:30 p.m., American Legion Post 99, 1315
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5111, www.
seasidepost99.org, no cover, all ages.
Karaoke
China Painters
Tuesday, May 12
9 a.m., Seaside Civic and Convention
Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside.
TOPS Meeting
9 p.m., American Legion Post 99, 1315
Broadway, Seaside, 503-738-5111, www.
seasidepost99.org, no cover, 21 and older.
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