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January

Thursday 19

HAPPENING

LGBT Q-Mixer. QJazz features vocal hosts Dinah Urell and Walt Trumbull and pianist Chuck Wilder. Live standards, complimentary aps and social mixer from 8pm to close. Bring a standard and sing with pianist Chuck Wilder. Every 3rd Thursday of the month at the Bridgewater Bistro in Astoria.

LECTURE

In Their Footsteps Lecture Series. With Debora Jaques. 1pm at the Netul River Room in the Visitor Center at Fort Clatsop.. Lewis & Clark National Historic Park. 503-861-2471

Nature Matters Series. Reef Refuges: An Evening with Environmental Artist Colleen Flanigan. Flanigan bridges efforts by artists and scientists to save corals. Through performance art, and in the person of Amphirite, goddess of the sea, Flanigan provokes dialogue about the state of the ocean and its creatures. Flanigan will also bring the conversation home by looking at how North Coast mussel populations can benefit from habitat restoration. Free, 7pm at the Ft George Lovell Bldg in Astoria.

LITERARY

Author Appearance. Jon Bell, author of “On Mount Hood: A Biography of Oregon’s Perilous Peak”. Free, 7pm at the Seaside Library.

OUTSIDE

Great Backyard Bird Count. Event at Fort Clatsop. Lewis & Clark National Historic Park. 503-861-2471

Friday 20

MUSIC

Jason Lambert. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

Barbershop Cabaret. $15 – $20, 7pm at the Seaside Convention Center.

Naomi Hooley & Rob Stroup. Acoustic/Alternative/Folk. No cover, 7pm at McMenamins Sand Trap in Gearhart.

Portland Cello Project w/ Israel Nebeker. Classical/Indie/Rock. $15 – $25, 7:30pm at the Liberty Theater in Astoria.

Someone & the Whoevers. Rock & Roll from the 6os through the present. $8 at the door, cash only. 7pm at the Astoria High School Auditorium.

80s Rock Tribute-Fest. Maiden NW, Love-Drive Scorpions, and Motor-Breath Metallica. Metal. $19, at the Newport Armory.

HAPPENING

Comedy on the Coast. $15, 8pm at Chinook Winds in Lincoln City.

OUTSIDE

Great Backyard Bird Count. Event at Fort Clatsop. Lewis & Clark National Historic Park. 503-861-2471

THEATER

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. Tickets available through Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. 7pm At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

Saturday 21

MUSIC

Bill Hayes. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

George Coleman. Popular songs on the classic guitar. No cover, 6 – 9pm at McKeown’s Restaurant in Seaside.

Barbershop Cabaret. $15 – $20, 7pm at the Seaside Convention Center.

John Koonce & Bruce Smith. $10. 7pm at the Coaster Theater in Cannon Beach. 503-436-1242.

Chubby Checker. Rock and Roll. $10 – $25, 8pm at Chinook Winds in Lincoln City.

Billy Hagen Band. 9pm at The Snug Harbor in Lincoln City.

Profane Sass. TurntablismNo cover, 10pm at Hazel’s Tavern in Astoria.

FOOD & DRINK

Wine Tasting. Winter Wines. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria.

HAPPENING

Lower Columbia Pug Socializing Club. Pugs and their people meet monthly for fun and socialization. 11am at Carruthers Park in Warrenton.

Community Talent Showcase. $10, 7pm at the Hoffman Center in Manzanita.

United Paws Adoption Day. This is a great time to stop in and see all the kittens, cats and dogs that need new forever homes. Noon – 3pm at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds in Tillamook. 503-842-5663

Comedy on the Coast. $15, 8pm at Chinook Winds in Lincoln City.

LECTURE

From Print to Pixels: The Act of Reading in the Digital Age. A free discussion of digital books and the future of reading facilitated by author Mark Cunningham. 2pm at the Astoria Public Library.

LITERARY

Book Signing & Discussion. Author and documentary filmmaker Zed Merrill will sign books and discuss his work. Free, 6pm in the lobby at Surftides in Lincoln City.

Nye Beach Writer’s Series. Peter Rock, author of several novels, will read from his work. Q&A and Open Mic sessions follow. $6, 7pm at the Newport Visual Arts Center.

OUTSIDE

Beach Clean Up. Starts at 9:30am at major beach approaches on the Long Beach Peninsula, WA

THEATER

The Lemon Ladies’ Last Garage Sale. $10 or $5 with 2 cans/boxes of non-perishable food.

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. Tickets available through Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. 7pm At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

Sunday 22

MUSIC

Valeri Glava. Violin music. $12, 2pm at the Raymond Theater in Raymond, WA

Coffee Concert. With Justin Herndon, Rita Warton, and John Warton. $10 admission includes coffee and desserts. 3pm at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

Perfect Weather. Rock. No cover. 8pm at Fort George in Astoria.

CINEMA

Sound of Music. A sing-along event. $5, 2pm at the Liberty Theater in Astoria.

LITERARY

Oregon Legacy 2012. Brian Doyle, author of “Mink River”, will read from his work. Free, 3pm at the Driftwood Public Library in Lincoln City.

Monday 23

ART

Opening Reception. International Juried Competition Au Naturel Exhibit. 6pm at the CCC Art Center Gallery in Astoria.

Tuesday 24

HAPPENING

Annual CASA Celebration Dinner/Auction. Annual fundraiser for Clatsop CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). 6 – 9pm at The Loft@The Red Building in Astoria. 503-338-6063

Wednesday 25

LITERARY

Local Author Showcase. Local authors will read from their works, published or in progress. All genres welcome, including playwriting and songwriting. 6pm at the Olde Towne Trading Post in Ilwaco, WA

Thursday 26

MUSIC

Portland Opera to Go: Hansel & Gretel. No cover, 7pm at McMenamins Sand Trap in Gearhart.

LITERARY

Author Appearance. Brian Ratty, author of the historical novel “Tillamook Passage” will read from his work. Free, 7pm at the Seaside Library.

Friday 27

MUSIC

Doug Rupe. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

In The Spirit:Word and ßong. KALA presents author Tricia Gates Brown and Singer/Songwriter Deb Montgomery in concert. Doors open 7pm. REading and Performance begtin at 7:30pm. Wine and Beer, snacks available. Tickets at the door. $10. 1017 Marien Dr. in Astoria.

Country Music Jam. Free, 7 – 9pm at the Wickiup Senior Center in Svensen.

Danny Barnes. Alternative/Experimental/Folk. No cover, 7pm at McMenamins Sand Trap in Gearhart.

FOOD & DRINK

Winemaker’s Dinner. Hip Chicks Do Wine will be pairing their award winning wines with Chef Michael Lalewicz’s gourmet four course dinner. Reservations required. 7:30pm at the Depot Restaurant in Seaview, WA

THEATER

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. Tickets available through Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. 7pm At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

Saturday 28

MUSIC

Troll Radio Revue. Americana. $2 for adults, free for children. 11am – noon at the PAC in Astoria.

Dan Golden & Brad Griswold. Old time songs on banjo and guitar. No cover, 6 – 9pm at McKeown’s Restaurant in Seaside.

Niall. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

Imbolc. The Pagan call for Spring, a ritual warming of the Earth for the planting of our seeds features The Pagan Pancakes, Ray Prestegard, ANiTiZE and the Maidens of Imbolc in their “Dance for the Calling of Spring.” Beer and food available. Admission at $7 or 2-for-$10. 7pm – midnight at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

Julian’s Ride. Funk/Pop/Rock. $5, 9pm at the San Dune Pub in Manzanita.

CINEMA

Manzanita Film Series. 7:30pm at the Hoffman Center in Manzanita.

FOOD & DRINK

Pancake Breakfast. $5, 8 – 11am at the Peninsula Activity & Senior Center in Klipsan Beach, WA

Wine Tasting. Big Reds. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria.

Family-Style Crab Dinner. $50, reservation required. 5:30pm at McMenamins sand Trap in Gearhart. 503-717-8150

Pie Day Auction & Feast. Bid on both savory and sweet pies & then take part in an all-you-can-eat pie feast. $5 admission, 7pm at the Nehalem Bay United Methodist Church in Nehalem.

Mardi Gras Jambalaya Cook-off. Free, 11am – 2pm at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

HAPPENING

Annual Winter Rummage Sale. 10am – 4pm at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

LITERARY

Author Reading. Fisher poet and environmentalist Dave Densmore will read from his work and answer questions. Free, 6:30pm at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum.

OUTSIDE

“The True Oregonian” Golf Tournament. Members of Gearhart Golf Links: $20 — Non-members: $40. 12 noon shotgun start at McMenamins Sand Trap in Gearhart. Call 503-738-3538 to register.

THEATER

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. Tickets available through Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. 2pm At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

Sunday 29

MUSIC

Newport Symphony. They will present music from: A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Kellog Pyramus & Thisbe, and Beethoven Symphony No 2. $15 – $25, 3pm at the Liberty Theater in Astoria.

Lincoln’s Beard. Folk Rock. No cover. 8pm at Fort George Brewery & Public House in Astoria.

LITERARY

Oregon Legacy 2012. Featuring Governor Barbara Roberts, author of “Death Without Denial, Grief Without Apology: A Guide for Facing Death and Loss” and “UP the Capitol Steps”, will read from her work. Free, 3pm at the Driftwood Public Library in Lincoln City.

THEATER

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

February

Wednesday 1

HAPPENING

Baga’s Front Room. Join other music lovers every first Wednesday for song and conversation and maybe to sip a little wine or other beverage. Food available too. 7pm at Lush Wine Bar in Cannon Beach.

Thursday 2

HAPPENING

First Thursday Trivia. Teams of 1-5 compete for universal admiration and fantastic prizes.  Free, 5:30pm at the Astoria Public Library.

LECTURE

Haystack Rock Lecture Series. Albatross of Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge – An Oregon Connection. Presented by Roy Lowe. Free, 7pm at the Cannon Beach Library.

Maritime Museum Science on Tap. Subject & speaker TBA. Free, 7pm at the Fort George Lovell Showroom in Astoria.

THEATER

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

Friday 3

MUSIC

Jason Lambert. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

Benyaro. Acoustic Indie rockers Benyaro return to the Voodoo Room in Astoria. 8pm, No cover.

FOOD & DRINK

Wine Tasting. At Taste of Tuscany in Seaside. 503-738-5377

HAPPENING

Comedy on the Coast. $15, 8pm at Chinook Winds in Lincoln City.

THEATER

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. Tickets available through Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. 7pm At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Saturday 4

MUSIC

Bill Hayes. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

Jill Trenholm & Mike Danner. Acoustic/Folk Rock/Jazz. 7pm at The Cove in the Peninsula Golf Course Clubhouse in Long Beach, WA

Blue Valentine Band Concert. 7pm at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. 541-994-9994

Tony Smiley. Experimental/Indie/Rock. $5 cover, 9pm at the San Dune Pub in Manzanita.

ART

First Saturday Art Walk. 5 – 8pm at galleries and businesses in Seaside and Gearhart.

FOOD & DRINK

Wine Tasting. Wines for Valentines Day. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria

HAPPENING

Asian New Year Celebration. All day at the World Kite Museum in Long Beach, WA

Miss Clatsop County Pageant. At the Seaside Convention Center.

Comedy on the Coast. $15, 8pm at Chinook Winds in Lincoln City.

THEATER

The Mousetrap. Murder Mystery. Tickets available through Diamond Art Jewelers, 503-842-7940. 7pm At the Barn Community Playhouse in Tillamook.

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Sunday 5

MUSIC

Bluegrass Music Jam. 1 – 3pm at the Tillamook Forest Center.

Silverhawk. Americana/Psychedelic/Rock. No cover. 8pm at Fort George Brewery & Public House in Astoria.

HAPPENING

Asian New Year Celebration. All day at the World Kite Museum in Long Beach, WA

Wednesday 8

HAPPENING

Night of All Knowledge Trivia tournament. A team trivia tournament with fun prizes. Free, 6pm at the Seaside Library.

LITERARY

Local Author Showcase. Writers and friends are invited to come share and listen to original works being read by local authors. Free, 6 – 8pm at Olde Towne Trading Post in Ilwaco, WA

Thursday 9

CINEMA

The Odyssey of Captain Healy. Presented by filmmaker Maria Brooks. Free, 7pm at the Seaside Library.

THEATER

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

LITERARY

Book Signing Event. Author Charly Heavenrich will present his newest book Unimagined Gifts at Lucy’s Books in Astoria. FMI 503-325-4210

Friday 10

MUSIC

Doug Rupe. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

The Quick & Easy Boys. No cover, 10pm at Hazel’s Tavern in Astoria.

THEATER

Lincoln Town Hall. Actor Steven Holgate highlights Lincoln’s most famous speeches, including the Gettysburg Address and his second inaugural address, then opens the floor to questions from his audience members, who take on the role of Civil War-era journalists. 7pm at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

A Company of Wayward Saints. Comedy. $15 – $25, 7:30pm at the Liberty Theater in Astoria.

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Saturday 11

MUSIC

Niall. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

ART

Astoria’s Second Saturday Art Walk. 5 – 9pm downtown Astoria.

FOOD & DRINK

Pancake Breakfast. $5 for adults, $3 for children. 8am – 11am at the Peninsula Senior Activity Center in Klipsan Beach, WA

Wine Tasting. Premium St Michelle Wine Estates. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria.

Winemaker’s Dinner. Premium St Michelle Wine Estates. Reservations required. 6pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria. 503-325-6600

Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast. At the Lion’s Club Building in Rockaway Beach. 503-355-2199

NKN Crab Feed & Silent Auction. $25, at 2:30pm at Neah-Kah-Nie High School Cafeteria in Rockaway Beach.

HAPPENINIG

QFOLK Benefit w/Mattachine Social. Electro-Rockers from Portland perform at 9pm, doors open at 8pm, food, drink, raffle prizes, celebrationo fhte LGBT Community, friends and family welcome. Dance party at 10pm till 1am. 21 and over. $8 cover. At KALA, 1017 Marien Drive in Astoria.

Valentines Dance. Dress like the 60’s you remember at “We Have a Groovy Thing Goin’ On.” $15 per person, food included. 7 – 11pm at the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco, WA

“Your Heart’s Desire” Chocolate, Wine & Art. The Art sale will be held from noon to 5:00 pm and it is free to attend. Tickets ($30) are required after that to attend the Chocolate & Wine Party from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm. At the Kiawanda Community Center in Pacific City.

LITERARY

NW Authors Second Saturday Series. Author Kathryn James will read from her book, “Princess of Cannon Beach”. Free

Richard Powers. The Astoria Chinatown Conspiracy, new release. At Lucy’s Books in Astoria.

THEATER

A Company of Wayward Saints. Comedy. $15 – $25, 7:30pm at the Liberty Theater in Astoria.

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Sunday 12

MUSIC

Patrick Lamb. Sax and Vocals R&B Funk. 7:30pm at The Coaster in Cannon Beach, $20.

Mark Masri. Tenor vocalist. $12, 2pm at the Raymond Theater in Raymond, WA

Farallon Recorder Ensemble. Classical Chamber Music. $25, 3pm at Winema Chapel north of Neskowin.

Denise Drake. No cover. 8pm at Fort George Brewery & Public House in Astoria.

FOOD & DRINK

A Sweet Affaire. An afternoon of wine tasting, appetizers, sweets, and auction of premium wines. $35, 2 – 4:30pm at the Seaside Convention Center

THEATER

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 2pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

A Company of Wayward Saints. Comedy. $15 – $25, 3pm at the Liberty Theater in Astoria.

Wednesday 15

MUSIC

Open Mic Night. All acts welcome. 5 – 7pm at the Three Cups Coffeehouse in Astoria.

Open Mic Night. Hosted by Ann Tierney. All levels welcome. 5 – 7pm at Wheelhouse Coffee Company in Astoria.

FOOD & DRINK

Brewer’s Dinner. Stouts & Oysters. $65, preregistration required at: www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/store/events/1378-2/ 6 – 9pm at the Fort George Lovell Showroom in Astoria.

Fundraising Dinner. $7 for adults and $5 for children includes. 5 – 6:30pm at the Peninsula Senior Activity Center in Klipsan Beach, WA

Thursday 16

HAPPENING

LGBT Q-Mixer. QJazz features vocal hosts Dinah Urell and Walt Trumbull and pianist Chuck Wilder. Live standards, complimentary aps and social mixer from 8pm to close. Bring a standard and sing with pianist Chuck Wilder. Every 3rd Thursday of the month at the Bridgewater Bistro in Astoria.

LITERARY

Author Appearance. Michele Longo Eder will speak on her book “Salt in Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman’s Wife”. Free, 7pm at the Seaside Library.

THEATER

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 7:30pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Friday 17

MUSIC

Jason Lambert. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

The Saint James Society. No cover, 10pm at Hazel’s Tavern in Astoria.

FOOD & DRINK

Lion’s Club St Patrick’s Dinner. At the Lion’s Club Building in Rocakway Beach. 503-355-2199

THEATER

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Saturday 18

MUSIC

Troll Radio Revue. Americana. $2 for adults, free for children. 11am – noon at the PAC in Astoria.

Bill Hayes. No cover, 6 – 9pm at the Wet Dog Café in Astoria.

Vinnie D. Country/Punk/Rock. At the Festival of Dark Arts in the Fort George Lovell Showroom in Astoria.

Michael Propsom and Loren Schulte. Fingerstyle Blues and ragtime. $10, 7pm at The Old Long Beach Train Depot, 102 3rd St NE in Long Beach (across from Dennis’).

Speakeasy Night. With Miss Rose & Her Rhythm Percolators. $20, 7pm at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

Erotic City. A Prince Tribute Show. $5, 9pm at the San Dune Pub in Manzanita.

FOOD & DRINK

Wine Tasting. Penfolds. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria.

Winemaker’s Dinner. Penfolds. Reservations required. 6pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria. 503-325-6600

HAPPENING

Rotary Indoor Yard Sale. 10am – 3pm at the Seaside Convention Center.

United Paws Adoption Day. This is a great time to stop in and see all the kittens, cats and dogs that need new forever homes. Noon – 3pm at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds in Tillamook. 503-842-5663

The Festival of Dark Arts. A Carnival of Stouts. A showcase of Oregon visual art, live music, pirates, an old fashioned iron forge, on-site tattoo artists, tarot card readings, stout painting, belly dancing, fire-eating, fire dancing, and 15+ Stouts on tap. Free, 2 – 10pm at the Fort George Lovell Showroom in Astoria.

LITERARY

Manzanita Writer’s Series. Guest author TBA. $5 suggested donation, 7pm at the Hoffman Center in Manzanita.

Nye Beach Writer’s Series. Poets Ingrid Wendt and Don Colburn will read from their work. Q & A and Open Mic sessions follow. $6, 7pm at the Newport Visual Arts Center.

THEATER

3rd Annual New Works Festival. One-act plays and monologues, $6 – $15, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Sunday 19

MUSIC

The Diamonds. 50’s music and other Classic Rock & Roll. $25-$30, 3pm at the Don Whitney Auditorium in Tillamook.

Ronnie Milsap. Country Music/Country Pop/Countrypolitan. $15 – $25, 5pm at Chinook Winds in Lincoln City.

Ironwood Run. Americana/Blues. No cover. 8pm at Fort George Brewery & Public House in Astoria.

FOOD & DRINK

Pancake Breakfast. All-you-can-eat for $5, 8am – noon at the Bay City Arts Center.

Cannon Beach American Legion Breakfast. $7 adults, $3 children under 6. 9 – 11:30am at the American Legion Hall in Cannon Beach.

THEATER

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 3pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Monday 20

MUSIC

Grady Champion. Blues. 7pm in the Melville Room at Surftides in Lincoln City.

Tuesday 21

MUSIC

Fat Tuesday Quartet. At Sweet Basil’s in Cannon Beach.

FOOD & DRINK

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper. 5 – 7pm at St Alban’s Church in Tillamook. 503-842-6192

Wednesday 22

LITERARY

Local Author Showcase. Local authors will read from their works, published or in progress. All genres welcome, including playwriting and songwriting. 6pm at the Olde Towne Trading Post in Ilwaco, WA

Thursday 23

LITERARY

Author Appearance. Irene Martin will speak on her book “Flight of the Bumblebee”. Free, 7pm at the Seaside Library.

Friday 24

MUSIC

Seaside Jazz Festival. Eleven bands plus Guest Artist, Bob Draga will rotate to five different venues.   There are three venues at the Seaside Convention Center and one each at the Seaside Elks and the Best Western Oceanview Resort.  Dance floors at four of the venues and food and beverages available at all venues. A 3-day all events badge is $90 at the door. Daily and student badges are also available. Music starts at 3pm. See jazzseaside.com/schedule.htm for festival schedule.

Country Music Jam. Free, 7 – 9pm at the Wickiup Senior Center in Svensen.

HAPPENING

Fisher Poets Gathering. FMI go to: clatsopcc.edu/community/fisherpoets-gathering

THEATER

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Saturday 25

MUSIC

Seaside Jazz Festival. See jazzseaside.com/schedule.htm for festival schedule.

Troll Radio Revue. Americana. $2 for adults, free for children. 11am – noon at the PAC in Astoria.

Lauren Sheehan. Blues/Country/Folk. 6:30pm , $7 adults, $2 children. At the Cannon Beach History Center.

Sassparilla. Indie-Roots/ Punk-Americana/Punk-Roots. No cover, 8pm at the Big O Saloon in Olney.

CINEMA

Manzanita Film Series. 7:30pm at the Hoffman Center in Manzanita.

FOOD & DRINK

Wine Tasting. Lemelson. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria.

Winemaker’s Dinner. Lemelson. Reservations required. 6pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria. 503-325-6600

HAPPENING

Fisher Poets Gathering. FMI go to: clatsopcc.edu/community/fisherpoets-gathering

Perseverance. A new publication on the history of African Americans in Marion and Polk counties, Perseverance, will be the subject of a presentation at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum in recognition of Black History month. Free, 1pm in Lincoln City.

THEATER

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 8pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

Sunday 26

MUSIC

Seaside Jazz Festival. See jazzseaside.com/schedule.htm for festival schedule.

Rollerball with Dramady. Experimental/grime/Visual & Ghettotech/Pop/Rock. No cover. 8pm at Fort George Brewery & Public House in Astoria.

HAPPENING

Fisher Poets Gathering. FMI go to: clatsopcc.edu/community/fisherpoets-gathering

THEATER

The Gin Game. Comedy. $8 – $20. 3pm at the Coaster Theater Playhouse in Cannon Beach.

ART

First Saturday Art Walk. 5 – 8pm at galleries and businesses in Seaside and Gearhart.

FOOD & DRINK

Wine Tasting. 1 – 4pm at the Cellar on 10th in Astoria.

HAPPENING

The Dorchester Conference. America’s oldest annual political conference. Register online at Dorchester.org. At the Seaside Convention Center.

THEATER

Annual Winter Children’s Theater. $6 – $10, 7:30pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.

$40 and $50. Race begins and ends at Wapiti Park in Lincoln City.

THEATER

Annual Winter Children’s Theater. $6 – $10, 2pm at the ASOC Playhouse in Astoria.