The Lincoln City Flower Show will return for its 37th year this weekend, presenting “In Technicolor,” creations that combine movie memories with horticulture, on display at the Lincoln City Community Center.

A variety of design categories have been chosen to demonstrate beauty and creativity, including themes like “A Clockwork Orange,” “Finding Nemo” and “Flower Drum Song.”

Crafters may enter jewelry made from plant materials, miniature gardens in containers and floral designs in tea cups. Design entries must be the work of the entrant and include some plant components.

Horticulture entries of all kinds include cut flowers, potted plants and home grown fruits and vegetables. Horticulture entries must have been grown by the entrant.

Youth entrants are especially encouraged to show their garden projects and crafts.

Entries must be taken to the Community Center on Saturday, Aug. 10, between 8:30 and 10:45 am. The room will be closed for judging by a team of three judges from outside the area, and ribbons and awards will be placed.

The exhibit room will be open for public enjoyment from 1 to 4 pm on Saturday, and from noon to 3 pm on Sunday.

A complete list of information for participating with entries is available at the Community Center desk, or from Karen Brown at

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