Published on April 5, 2016So far 2016 has been a spectacular year for us in Newport, Oregon! The weather has been beautiful and there are tons of things to do while here. Whether you are coming as a couple for a romantic getaway, or as a family with kiddos, or with your fur family we have all the amenities for you! This month: April 9th: Marine Science Day at the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center. Join the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) in Newport for our annual Marine Science Day, from 10am to 4pm! Meet researchers from Oregon State University and six government agency partners. Explore with interactive science displays and touch tanks presented by marine scientists. Visit a genetics lab. Enjoy special family-friendly activities by Oregon Sea Grant and the Oregon Coast Aquarium. April 22nd: Earth Day! The theme in 2016 is planting trees. Over the next five years, as Earth Day moves closer to its 50th anniversary, they’re calling on you to help achieve one of their most ambitious goals yet — planting 7.8 billion trees and they are starting now. Trees will be the first of five major goals they are undertaking in honor of the five-year countdown to the 50th anniversary. On their own and together, these initiatives will make a significant and measurable impact on the Earth and will serve as the foundation of a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable planet for all. April 28 – May 1: 60th Annual Newport Loyalty Days and Sea Fair Festival. You can find up-to-the minute information at: www.facebook.com/NewportLoyaltyDays Open now is Newport Farmers Market! Open Saturdays, year-round Summer Market – outdoors (next to city hall) – 9 am to...
Festivities for the Whole Family. Newport is abuzz with events happening in town or nearby all year long, such as the Lincoln County Fair, Newport Seafood & Wine Festival and Summer Family Programs at Hatfield Marine Science Center. Also, join us for Hallmark Resort exclusive events and activities for guests only.
Published on February 29, 2016Spring is here and that means longer days, flowers blooming, brighter sunsets, whale watching, and Spring Break! Find out what is going on this month in Newport, Oregon and make your plans to visit us! Nye Beach Mystery Weekend – March 12th 9am This is a family friendly event where participants visit local business locations to collect clues and interrogate suspects to solve this “Who Dun It!” This year “Washed Up! The Story of a Hollywood Starlet,” takes place in 1961. Suspects dress in period clothes as do many of our sleuths. Packets are available for purchase from 9am until noon on Saturday, March 12. Participants collect clues starting at 10am and suspects are available for interrogation after 11:30am on March 12th. Signs will direct you to the starting point at Nye Cottage located at 208 NW Coast Street. The Reveal is held at the American Legion (just follow the signs) at 7pm, following a silent auction. Follow us on Facebook at Nye Beach Mystery Weekend or call 541-270-2234 for more information. Spring Whale Watching Week – March 19th – 26th Whale watching takes place almost year-round on the Oregon Coast. The whales migrate past on their way to and from the waters off Alaska and Mexico. We watch whales in the winter from mid-December through January. Spring watching begins in March with the peak near the end of the month and finishes in June with mothers and babies traveling north. Summer brings whales that feed along our coast from July to mid-November. Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup, presented by AAA Oregon – March 26th 9am Celebrate the Oregon coast by...
Published on February 3, 2016February is the month for love and there are many reasons why you should be visiting Newport, Oregon! Time to book a romantic getaway for two on Valentines Day or a Storm watching adventure while the waves are rough. Get a special treat for your special loved one from Nye Beach Sweets! Georgies Beachside Grill has wonderful desserts and special drinks to try! One of our favorites is the homemade white chocolate cheesecake with a cookie crumble crust. This will delight your tastebuds and have you thinking about cheesecake for months! February is Stout Month and Georgies always has one Stout on tap! If you are a Stout lover, come on in and taste this kind of strong, dark beer brewed with roasted malt or barley. Newport is also the home to the Rogue Brewery, who offer a Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout. It wouldn’t be winter on the coast without the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival. Showcasing over 150 premier Northwest wines, culinary professionals and regional artisans. February 25-28, 2016! This is a spectacular event, don’t miss out! We look forward to your visit to Newport! Let the Tradition Begin! Share...
Published on August 7, 2015Toledo is a city located on the Yaquina River and along U.S. Route 20 in Lincoln County, in the U.S. state of Oregon. This free, family-friendly, weekend event celebrates the historic traditions of wooden boats, and recreation along the Yaquina River. Wooden boats from throughout the northwest are on display ranging from kayaks and canoes to work boats and pleasure craft. Featured events include Family Boat Building, Youth Boat Building, Poker Paddle, Kid’s Toy Boat Building, Georgia Pacific Container Boat Contest, Canoe Jousting, live music, food and vendor booths, informational and historical exhibits. The event is located on Depot Slough one block away from Toledo’s historic Main Street, where visitors can enjoy local galleries, restaurants and shops. Thank you Wooden Boat Show event sponsors! Share...
Published on August 7, 2015On August 7th the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, OR – dedicated in 1965 – is celebrating 50 years as Oregon State University’s Marine Lab. The Celebration will feature speakers, a historical slide show and a new video celebrating HMSC’s bright future. The Celebration, located outdoors in front of the HMSC Visitor Center, will be followed by a reception in the Visitor Center from 5:30 pm to 7 pm. Organization: OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center The Place: OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center (4:30pm to 7:00pm) Address: 2030 SE Marine Science Drive, Newport, OR, 97365 City: Newport State: OR Code: 97365 Country: United States Website: http://hmsc.oregonstate.edu/50th Description: Fifty years after OSU dedicated the Marine Science Center, Oregon State University will honor the past with a special 50th Anniversary Celebration, and look to the future with OSU s Marine Studies Initiative.The 50th Anniversary Celebration, located outdoors in front of the HMSC Visitor Center, will feature distinguished speakers, a historical slide show and a new video celebrating HMSC’s bright future. The Celebration will be followed by a reception in the Visitor Center from 5:30pm to 7pm. Don’t miss our 3pm Alumni Presentation by OSU Alumnus and NOAA Chief Scientist Rick Spinrad! This special event will be in the Visitor Center Auditorium. Events are free and open to the public. Join us! Share...
Published on May 22, 2015What could be better on the 4th of July then a Salmon Feast and Fireworks!? The Salmon Enchanted Evening in Newport, Oregon is just that. Saturday, July 4th — 7:00p.m. – 10:30p.m. Port of Newport (South Beach, next to NOAA) $25 per adult (21 & over only) – Only 500 Tickets Available! Dine to fabulous Gourmet salmon recipes by four great Chefs! Chef Ralph Pesznecker Timberline Lodge Chef Erol Kanmaz Northwest Culinary Institute Chef Leslie Champion Northwest Culinary Institute Captian Corey Rock F/V Kylie Lynn Concert: Music performed by the amazing Lincoln Pops Big Band Classic Car Show American Street Masters — Albany Bay City Cruisers — Newport Gigantic Fireworks Show — 10:00 PM The best seat on Yaquina Bay for the Gigantic Fireworks Show produced by the city of Newport and the Newport Fire Department. More information located HERE on their website Share...
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