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Enjoy guided tide pool tours

CANNON BEACH — The Haystack Rock Awareness Program announces a new program: guided tide pool tours with award-winning author, filmmaker, photographer and intertidal enthusiast Stephen Grace.

The Haystack Rock Awareness Program is...

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Sign up for cheese-making workshop
Sign up for cheese-making workshop

CANNON BEACH — Registration is open for Introduction to Cheese and Cheese Making Workshop, a one-day event to be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 8 at the Cannon Beach Chamber Community Hall.

The workshop includes a cheese tasting of the...

Art of Dying Conversation presents Holly Pruett on March 28
Art of Dying Conversation presents Holly Pruett on March 28

MANZANITA — Holly Pruett, life-cycle celebrant, home funeral guide and conversation leader, will speak about green burials from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, at the Hoffman Center for the Arts. Admission to the event is $5, along with a...

Explore the science of storms with spring break programs
Explore the science of storms with spring break programs

ASTORIA — To celebrate the opening of its newest exhibit, “Science of Storms,” the Columbia River Maritime Museum will offer special family spring break programs March 27 to 31.

Spring break family programs are included...

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park kicks off trail series March 25
Lewis and Clark National Historical Park kicks off trail series March 25

ASTORIA — Lewis and Clark National Historical Park will host the first of a trail run series on Saturday, March 25, to “bid adieu” to winter at Fort Clatsop and greet the arrival of spring.

The Lewis & Clark Trail...

Kids can learn to cook at spring break day camp
Kids can learn to cook at spring break day camp

ASTORIA — North Coast Food Web brings back its Kids Cooking Camp from March 27 to 31 for Astoria Public Schools’ spring break.

This hands-on cooking series for children ages 7 and older teaches basic kitchen skills through...

What was Washington like during The Great War?
What was Washington like during The Great War?
Timberland library program commemorates the centennial of World War I
Quilting at the Beach offers colorful quilts
Quilting at the Beach offers colorful quilts

ILWACO, Wash. — Are you sick of gray skies? Add some color to your life, and attend the 22nd annual Quilting at the Beach event, where over 100 colorful quilts will be on display.

Presented by the Peninsula Quilt Guild, Quilting at the...

Talk, taste craft beer with breweries
Talk, taste craft beer with breweries
Eighth annual Pouring at the Coast takes over the Seaside Convention Center March 18
The Bookmonger: Find pregnant women, furry critters, deadly plots in murder mysteries
The Bookmonger: Find pregnant women, furry critters, deadly plots in murder mysteries

Some folks can gobble up murder mysteries for breakfast, lunch and dinner; so in their honor this week, we’re going to look at a couple of recent offerings in that genre.

Seattle novelist and certified yoga therapist Tracy Weber launched...

Go birding at Fort Stevens
Go birding at Fort Stevens

HAMMOND — Fort Stevens State Park will hold two upcoming Let’s Go Birding activities.

Join a park ranger on a guided walk to look for and identify birds. No birding experience is required, and experts are welcome to come share...

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The Bookmonger: Historic heroines provide inspiration to women today

We’re already halfway through Women’s History Month — and as a way of marking the occasion you could read inspiring books by...

The Bookmonger: Find pregnant women, furry critters, deadly plots in murder mysteries

Some folks can gobble up murder mysteries for breakfast, lunch and dinner; so in their honor this week, we’re going to look at a couple of...

Follow the footsteps of pioneering women
Cannon Beach Library hosts author Ellen Urbani
The Bookmonger: To wean from screens — best to start early

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Sign up for cheese-making workshop

CANNON BEACH — Registration is open for Introduction to Cheese and Cheese Making Workshop, a one-day event to be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Explore the science of storms with spring break programs

ASTORIA — To celebrate the opening of its newest exhibit, “Science of Storms,” the Columbia River Maritime Museum will offer...

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park kicks off trail series March 25
Quilting at the Beach offers colorful quilts
Go birding at Fort Stevens

Recreation

Enjoy guided tide pool tours

CANNON BEACH — The Haystack Rock Awareness Program announces a new program: guided tide pool tours with award-winning author, filmmaker,...

Lewis and Clark National Historical Park kicks off trail series March 25

ASTORIA — Lewis and Clark National Historical Park will host the first of a trail run series on Saturday, March 25, to “bid...

Kids can learn to cook at spring break day camp
Quilting at the Beach offers colorful quilts
Talk, taste craft beer with breweries

Travel

Win your dream vacation while supporting Fire Mountain School

ARCH CAPE — The New School at Fire Mountain is continuing the tradition of holding a raffle for a dream vacation valued at $4,000.