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4th street studio gallery oil painting by angela kanas arts

4th Street Studio and Gallery

125 N 4th St
Manzanita, OR, 97130 (map it)

503-368-6449

http://www.kathleenkanas.com/

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Charming art studio and gallery featuring The Weary Weaver natural fiber basketry, and other inspired original works by local and regional artists.

Hours

  • Thu-Mon 11AM-5PM
amanita debbie sign arts

Amanita

128 Division St 
Manzanita, OR, 97130 (map it)

503-368-7364 

https://amanitagallery.com/

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Showcases fine art, as well as repurposed furniture and vintage items celebrating creativity and nature.

Hours

  • Thurs-Sun 11AM-4PM
BAy City arts center arts

Bay City Arts Center

5680 A Street
Bay City, OR, 97107 (map it)

503-377-9620

http://baycityartscenter.org

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Provides arts-related programs for youth and adults. Supporting creativity in Tillamook County since 2000.

Hours

  • Tue -Thu  9:30AM-3:30PM
Cape Meares Lighthouse arts

Friends of Cape Meares Lighthouse

3500 Cape Meares Loop
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-842-2244

https://stateparks.oregon.gov/index.cfm?do=park.profile&parkId=131

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From the park’s many viewpoints, you might spot migrating gray whales or other marine mammals such as sea lions, dolphins, and porpoise. During our Whale Watch Week programing in December and Spring Break, volunteers are stationed here to help visitors spot migrating whales. No matter what time of year you visit, binoculars are a must!

Garibaldi Piers end arts

Garibaldi Cultural Heritage Initiative

1209 Bay Lane
Garibaldi, OR, 97118 (map it)

http://www.savegaribaldipier.org/

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To preserve, restore and meaningfully use Pier’s End: Garibaldi’s Historic United States Coast Guard Boathouse, creating an inclusive community gathering place that enhances the Tillamook Coast’s economic strength, and to generate both educational and recreational opportunities for public-private partnerships to thrive.

Garibaldi Maritime Museum arts

Garibaldi Maritime Museum

112 Garibaldi Ave
Garibaldi, OR, 97118 (map it)

503-322-8411

http://www.garibaldimuseum.org

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Displays the 18th century sailing world by telling the story of Captain Robert Gray and the trade with native Americans of the Pacific Northwest.

Hours

  • April thru Nov: Thu-Mon 10AM-4PM Dec, Jan & Feb: By appt
Garibaldi Library arts

Garibaldi Public Library

City Hall Building 107 Sixth St
Garibaldi, OR, 97118 (map it)

503-322-2100

http://tillabook.org/en-us/Locations-Hours/Garibaldi

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The Garibaldi library offers books, DVD’s, audiobooks, and other items for all ages and features three public computers and an extensive Westerns collection.

Hours

  • Mon-Fri Noon-5PM, Sat 10AM-3PM
Goodwin arts

Goodwin Gallery

34390 Hwy. 101 S
Cloverdale, OR, 97112 (map it)

503-329-8345

http://thomasgoodwin.org/

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A collection of Tom’s art from the past 30 years.

Hours

  • Irregular hours - call for appointment
Hoffman arts

Hoffman Center

594 Laneda Ave
Manzanita, OR, 97130 (map it)

503-368-3846

https://hoffmanarts.org/

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Provides artistic, cultural and educational activities in north Tillamook County along with new online workshops.

Hours

  • Fri-Sat 3PM-5PM, Events and Workshops
Kilchis Point arts

Kilchis Point Reserve

Warren Street
Bay City, OR, 97107 (map it)

503-842-4553

https://www.tcpm.org/kilchis-point-reserve.html

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The Kilchis Point Reserve is approximately 200 acres along Tillamook Bay in Bay City, Oregon. The Tillamook County Pioneer Museum (TCPM) owns, protects, maintains, and holds this land in the public trust. Kilchis Point is home to a wide variety of plants (flora) and animals (fauna) that together form precious ecosystems.

Kristy Lombard arts

Kristy Lombard Pottery

115 Main Ave. #1
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-753-3490

https://www.kristylombard.com/

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I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, spending most of my life in Oregon.  My experience with clay began in high school and continued on to the University of Oregon where I earned a BFA in ceramics in 2003.  I have been teaching and selling my work professionally for the past 17 years.  I currently work out of my studio/gallery in downtown TIllamook, and have the encouragement and support of a loving husband, two doggy mutts and one crazy cat.

Latimer arts

Latimer Gallery in Latimer Quilt and Textile Center

2105 Wilson River Loop
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-842-8622 

https://www.latimerquiltandtextile.com

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The Latimer Center’s collection includes quilts from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, quilt blocks, quilt templates and fabric samples.

Hours

  • Mon-Sat 10AM-5PM, Sun Noon-4PM

Monday Musical Concert Series

Don Whitney Auditorium
Tillamook High School
2605 12th Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-354-2137

http://mondaymusicalclub.com/

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The mission of the Monday Musical Club of Tillamook is to bring to life and support the musical arts in Tillamook County, to ensure access to music for people of all ages and abilities, and to nurture a love of music throughout the community.

Hours

  • Scheduled Events

NCRD Gallery

36155 9th Street
Nehalem, OR, 97131 (map it)

855-444-6273

http://www.ncrd.org

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New artwork is displayed each month. Provides a unique venue for viewing and purchasing original works of art.

Hours

  • Mon-Fri 6AM-8PM, Sat-Sun 8AM-3PM
Nehalem Bay Pottery arts

Nehalem Bay Pottery

In Nehalem at the back of metal building behind Hugo's Coffee.
Nehalem, OR, 97131 (map it)

503-449-4902

https://nehalembaypottery.wordpress.com

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Allan’s work reflects his interest in Asian philosophy, art, and crafts and is intended to be used. For sale at Finnesterre in Manzanita at 194 Laneda Ave.

Hours

  • 10:30-4:30 Most Days
nehalem valley historical arts

Nehalem Valley Historical Society

225 Laneda Ave
Manzanita, OR, 97130 (map it)

503-368-7460

https://www.nehalemvalleyhistory.org

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The Nehalem Valley Historical Society is devoted to preserving the rich cultural heritage of Manzanita, Wheeler and Nehalem. From a pre-history visit by Sir Frances Drake to the modern towns of today, the area’s legacy is unique.

Railroad arts

Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad

306 American Ave.
Garibaldi, OR, 97118 (map it)

503-842-7972

http://www.oregoncoastscenic.org/

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Founded in 2003, the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad operates scenic train rides along 46 miles of railroad that runs from the Port of Tillamook Bay to the east side of the Oregon Coast Range.

Hours

  • 9am-5pm
DuDrops arts

Oregon DuDrops

450 Hwy 101 South
Rockaway Beach, OR, 97136 (map it)

503-355-2541

http://www.oregondudrops.com

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Oregon DuDrops are a tribute to the beauty of creation and a celebration of life-giving Oregon rain.

Hours

  • Wed-Sat and Mon 10AM-6PM, Tue Noon-6PM, Sun Noon-5PM
Polaris Gallery arts

Polaris Gallery

457 Laneda Ave
Manzanita, OR, 97130 (map it)

503-703-4828

http://www.polarisgallery.com

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Full-time painter, graphic designer and part-time writer. Gallery showcases J. Scott Wilson’s work along with visiting artists’ work.

Hours

  • Open for Events
Salty Raven arts

Salty Raven

1908 2nd Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-285-5353

https://saltyraven.net/

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I create unique high quality super soft screen printed graphic tees, hand sewn accessories, glassware & gifts featuring my artwork on affordable products designed to be enjoyed for years to come.

Air Museum arts

Tillamook Air Museum

6030 Hangar Rd
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-842-1130

http://www.tillamookair.com/

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In 1942, the U.S. Navy began construction of 17 wooden hangars to house K-class airships that would be used for anti-submarine patrol and convoy escort. Two of these hangars were built at Naval Air Station Tilllamook, which was commissioned in December 1942 to serve the Oregon-Washington-California coastal areas. Hangar “B” was the first one built and was completed in August of 1943 in just 27 days.

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Hours

  • 10am-6pm
TAPA arts

Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts (TAPA)

PO Box 571
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-842-6305

http://www.tillamooktheater.com

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TAPA produces and presents live theatre at The Barn Community Playhouse, 12th and Ivy in Tillamook and offers workshops and courses in the dramatic arts.

Hours

  • Scheduled Events
Tillamook Pioneer Museum arts

Tillamook County Pioneer Museum

2106 2nd Street
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-842-4553

http://www.tcpm.org/

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Preserves Tillamook County’s rich history for all to enjoy.

Hours

  • Tues-Sun 10AM-4PM
Quilt Trail arts

Tillamook County Quilt Trail

2105 Wilson River Loop
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-842-5612

http://www.tillamookquilttrail.org

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The Tillamook County Quilt Trail Coalition creates a tie between our rich local history and the wonderful talents of local quilters.

Hours

  • Maps available online to view quilt trail at any time.
Tillamook Forest Center arts

Tillamook Forest Center

45500 OR-6
Tillamook, OR, 97141 (map it)

503-815-6800

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The Tillamook Forest Center is a great place to develop a deeper connection with Oregon’s forests through experience and exploration of its engaging interpretive center.

Wild Coast Goods arts

Wild Coast Goods

35870 7th Street
Nehalem, OR, 97131 (map it)

503-468-6887

https://www.wildcoastgoods.com/

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Wild Coast Goods is a collaboration between Ashley Mersereau and Justin Bailie, both working artists who were born and raised on the north Oregon coast. Ashley has been making jewelry full time under the name Roots & Wings for nearly a decade, and Justin has been a full time photographer for 15+ years, working with clients such as Travel Oregon, Patagonia, National Geographic, Fly Fish Journal, etc.

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