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Cannon Beach History Center and Museum offers fall raffle Sept. 9

Published on August 31, 2017 12:01AM

A vase by Jim Kingwell of Icefire Glassworks is among the raffle prizes.

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A vase by Jim Kingwell of Icefire Glassworks is among the raffle prizes.

Carol’s Geraniums, limited edition (250 signed and numbered), giclèe print by Jeffrey Hull.

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Carol’s Geraniums, limited edition (250 signed and numbered), giclèe print by Jeffrey Hull.


CAnnon Beach — The Cannon Beach History Center and Museum offers a fall raffle for their annual fundraiser, Cottage and Garden Tour

This year the museum is raffling off several pieces of artwork, gift certificates and even a few handmade items.

A beautiful vase by Jim Kingwell of Icefire Glassworks or a print of an original Jeff Hull are among the items available.

For years Hull’s wife, Carol, encouraged him to paint something with large flower blossoms in it, Hull said. “I will admit I’ve taken my sweet time in “getting around to it.

“This is the first print in a series of flower box paintings in different settings I’m working through, he said. “They will probably prove very popular, showing me again the importance of listening to my wife.

Tickets are $5 each and are available at the museum, 1387 South Spruce St., or through the museum’s online gift shop, www.cbhistory.org. The drawing takes place on Saturday, Sept. 9, during the Thistle and Rose concert, starting at 6 p.m. Need not be present to win. Tickets to the concert at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall are by donation.

The Cannon Beach History Center is located at the corner of Spruce and Sunset. For information, call 503-436-9301.



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