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NEHALEM —It may be cold outside but for more fruit this summer, experts say this is the perfect time to prune. From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday the Lower Nehalem Community Trust will host a free pruning workshop in the Community Garden at Alder Creek Farm, 35955 Underhill Lane, Nehalem, OR. T… Read more

ASTORIA — The North Coast food producers and area food purchasers come together on Tuesday for the annual Local Food Buyer Seller Meet-Up event sponsored by North Coast Food Web. Read more

You may remember the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, when debris from the wreckage washed up along the coasts of Oregon and Washington. Read more

MANZANITA — The Lower Nehalem Watershed will hold its annual meeting and present the “Year in Review.” at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Pine Grove Community House, 225 Laneda Ave. This is a free event, and refreshments will be provided. Read more

SEASIDE — Join North Coast Land Conservancy for a volunteer stewardship day Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and help create habitat heaps at Circle Creek Conservation Center in Seaside. Read more

Several years ago, chum salmon were on the brink of extinction in the lower Columbia River and its tributaries, sparking the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to undertake the Big Creek Hatchery Chum Salmon Recovery Program. Read more

MANZANITA — The Lower Nehalem Watershed will hold its annual meeting and present the “Year in Review.” at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Pine Grove Community House, 225 Laneda Ave. This is a free event, and refreshments will be provided. Read more

SEASIDE — Join North Coast Land Conservancy for a volunteer stewardship day Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and help create habitat heaps at Circle Creek Conservation Center in Seaside. Read more

Several years ago, chum salmon were on the brink of extinction in the lower Columbia River and its tributaries, sparking the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to undertake the Big Creek Hatchery Chum Salmon Recovery Program. Read more

Enjoy the top shots from our 2019 Coast Weekend Photo Contest. With 349 entries, all our photographers submitted outstanding work. The creativity blew the judges at E.O. Media Group away. Read more

ASTORIA — Gear up for a year of outdoor adventure. The Angora Hiking Club’s annual planning meeting happens at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Oregon State University Seafood Research & Education Center, 2001 Marine Drive, just east of the Aquatic Center. Read more

From fire fighters to smiling clerks and everything in between, here's a look at 19 people who made a difference in the Columbia-Pacific region this year.  Read more

Regardless of the time of year, the hidden gems of the Pacific Northwest are always beautiful. But as the temperatures drop and the fog takes over, the rainy winter season can make it hard to get out from under the fuzzy blanket and enjoy the outdoors as we would during the warmer months. Read more

CANNON BEACH — Join the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum’s board of directors and staff for an all-day family-friendly holiday celebration. The event kicks off at noon on Saturday at the museum, 1387 S Spruce St. This is a free event. Read more

SEASIDE — Plumb the depths of seafood at the “Cracking and Cooking Christmas Crab” cooking class at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Seaside Public Library’s Community Room, 1131 Broadway St. Read more

SEAVIEW, Wash. — The annual “Holidays at The Jetty” kicks off at noon on Saturday at North Jetty Brewing, 4200 Pacific Way. Everyone is invited to celebrate the season throughout the afternoon. This is a free event — food and refreshments will be available for purchase. Read more

ASTORIA — The Nature Matters series contiues with a presentation from Ph.D. student Dorothy Horn, "Marine Debris and Microplastics in Our Watersheds." The lecture will happen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12 at the Fort George Lovell Showroom, 1483 Duane St.  Read more

SEASIDE — A new book from OSU Press, "A Generous Nature: Lives Transformed by Oregon," profiles 21 conservationists and activists who have made enduring contributions to the preservation of Oregon’s wild and natural places and high quality of life. Author Marcy Houle will present an event at… Read more

ASTORIA — Support your local furry friends during this holiday season at the Clatsop Animal Assistance’s annual holiday party and fundraiser. The event will happen from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Fort George Lovell Showroom, 1483 Duane St. Read more

ASTORIA – We live in a state with abundant forests, and yet we don’t all see the same thing when we look into the woods. Oregon is known for both its timber industry and its deep environmental values. What are the beliefs we have about our forests and what will we, as a state, do to steward,… Read more

ASTORIA — As the darkness of winter descends, the Krampus comes. The Labor Temple, 934 Duane St., will host two nights of entertainment to appeal to Krampus and the darker side of the season including sultry burlesque, Sword Swallowing side shows, magic, metal and goth. Read more

ASTORIA — Head to Fort George Brewery and catch a lecture from Clatsop Community College professor, Dr. Julie Brown, entitled “Shakespeare & Shipwrecks: What English Royal Navy Ships Can Teach Us about Shakespeare’s Plays” at 7 p.m. tonight, 1483 Duane St. Read more

ASTORIA – The Astoria Underground presents “Wonderland Through the Wardrobe,” an immersive display and interactive theatre project at the Hidden Underground Experience on 10th and Marine streets. Read more

SEASIDE – Gingerbread tea is served at Butterfield Cottage, 570 Necanicum Drive. The annual holiday tea party kicks off from 1–4 p.m. this Saturday and repeats every Saturday until Christmas. Admission is $5 per person. Read more

SEASIDE – The annual Seaside Turkey Trot happens at 9 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 28 at Quatat Park, 493 Oceanway St. Read more

The heavy rain of fall pushes inland off the Pacific with all the force of a marauding bear. The clouds are gray and swollen. When the rains fall, they lash. Strangely, this reappearance seems comforting. Many seasons have passed since this frequent visitor arrived in full force. Read more

With autumn in full swing, it’s hard to pass up the crisp foggy mornings, vibrant colors and the promise of holiday cheer right around the corner. The perfect way to get away, relax and enjoy the seasons change is a hike at Fort Clatsop in the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, where … Read more

Help capture the coast’s scientific beauty. The first round of the current winter’s king tides are coming up Nov. 25-27. Volunteer photographers are invited to assist in the Oregon King Tides Photo Project by taking photos that document the reach of the year’s highest tides. The project take… Read more

ASTORIA — The free speaker series event continues with the "Trials and Tribulations of the Corps of Discovery" by Ian Sampson, presented at 1 p.m. Sunday in the Netul River Room of Fort Clatsop’s visitor center. This is a free lecture series that repeats monthly. Read more

MANZANITA — The art of aging and music programs will present “This Chair Rocks: a Celebration of Music and Aging,” with two shows, both on Wednesday, at 2 p.m and 7 p.m., at Hoffman Center for the Arts, 594 Laneda Ave. Tickets are $10. Read more

ASTORIA — Register now for the OSU Clatsop County Extension Service Master Gardener Training Program. Applications are available at the Clatsop County Extension office, 2001 Marine Drive, Room 210. They are due Friday, Nov. 22. Read more

SOLVE, in partnership with Oregon State Parks, has launched a new Oregon Adopt-A-Beach program on the coast to support ongoing beach cleanups throughout the year. SOLVE currently seeks volunteers to adopt their favorite stretch of beach and serve as its caretaker. Read more

ASTORIA – The Tools for Sustainability Lecture Series, kicks off at 7 p.m Thursday, Nov. 21 at Clatsop Community College, Columbia Hall Room 219, 1651 Lexington Ave.  Read more

LONG BEACH, Wash. — Singer-songwriters and folk musicians Margot Merah and Timothy Hull will be in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Peninsula Arts Center, 504 Pacific Ave. N. Tickets are $15. Beverages will be available for purchase. Read more

ASTORIA — At the next Nature Matters presentation, Dr. Wayne Carmichael will discuss the need to balance human activities with the importance of managing nutrients in aquatic systems, mitigating harmful algal blooms and reducing health risk — all in the context of a changing climate. Read more

ASTORIA — The American Association of University Women will hold a trivia night fundraiser at 6 p.m. Tuesday at KALA, 1017 Marine Drive. Read more

Pacific and Clatsop counties are known throughout the region for their tourist attractions, but how long has it been since you visited these sites? The Hometown Tourism Day on Veterans Day Monday allows locals to immerse themselves in our region’s culture. Many museums and organizations are … Read more

In his recently published memoir, Corvallis author Steven Moore shares his experiences as a part-time soldier in the Iowa Army National Guard while exploring lingering questions about the purpose and outcome of America’s presence in Afghanistan. Read more

Kati Claborn and Luke Ydstie live and breathe music. For more than a decade, the pair has traveled across the country playing with Blind Pilot, the Astoria-Portland based band that first made headlines back in 2008. They’ve performed at packed venues from coast to coast, been featured on NPR… Read more