The Cove in Seaside is a popular local surfing paradise and is a habitat for a wide variety of precious marine life. Its most popular and mysterious landmark is the Sailors’ gravesite seen by all who make their way to The Cove. No tour of Seaside is complete without a visit to Sailors’ Grave.
and Bill Montero purchased their home across the street from Sailors’ Grave, they became interested in knowing more about the landmark. As they joined their neighbors in caring for the site, they researched its history which culminated in the City of Seaside erecting a historical marker based on the information they discovered. History & Hops is a series of local history discussions hosted by the Seaside Museum on the last Thursday of each month, September through May, at Seaside Brewing Co., 861 Broadway.
Authors Alisha Hamel and Warren Aney present this talk on Oregon’s Military Heritage.
Sposored by Sea Sprite Guest Lodgins of Cannon Beach.
Most Oregonians are completely unaware of Oregon’s long military history, especially its pivotal role during WWII. The authors will give an engaging thirty to forty-minute presentation. They will also have copies of their book, “Oregon Military,” available for purchase.
Direct from Salzburg, soprano Charlotte Pistor brings familiar music from The Merry Widow, Die Fledermaus, and other audience favorites. Welcome Charlotte back to the Astoria Festival from her home in Austria, where she is a soloist in the Salzburg Landestheater Opera and the Cathedral in Mozart’s hometown. She will be joined by Astoria’s own Don Giovanni, Deac Guidi. Relax in the elegant Bridgewater Bistro, as this music magically transforms the mighty Columbia River into the Blue Danube.
Downtown businesses keep their doors open late, provide refreshments and entertainment, and exhibit original works of art and culture. Second Saturday Art Walk venues are highlighted throughout town with colorful pinwheels.
Maps are available at different shops and galleries downtown. The deadline to be included on the map is always the Friday 15 days before the 2nd Saturday Art Walk. $10 participation fee to be listed on the map.