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February 2019

Your Art’s Desire

February 9 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$30 – $35
Your Arts Desire 2019 Save the Date Final

Community Arts Project invites you to enjoy an evening of Wine, Chocolate, and art! There are near forty different local participating artist’s artwork for sale. Live music performed by pianist Fred Bennet. This is our annual fundraising event, Your Art’s Desire and is also our 31st year as a non-profit in Tillamook County. A C e l e b r a t i o n o f A r t , W i n e , & C h o…

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Trigger Point Release Class!!

February 11 @ 6:15 pm - 7:15 pm
Graceful Waves Chiropractic, 278 Rowe St. #210
Wheeler, 97147
Free
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Would you like to have a very simple tool to release a tight muscle in 30 seconds or less, with the help of a partner/friend (or even by yourself!)? Come be our guest at this fun and informative evening where you will walk away with an easy and effective technique to bring greater ease to the body! In addition, we’ll give a DEMO of the work that so many are calling “magical!” (Hint: The first excited person to volunteer who…

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Use Your Words: How To Write For a Reader, Editor, Publisher

February 16 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Hoffman Center For The Arts, 594 Laneda Avenue
Manzanita,
$99
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A one-day writing conference for novel and creative non-fiction writers with industry professionals and award-winning authors. About this Event USE YOUR WORDS : How to Write for a Reader, Edit for a Publisher SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 * 9:30-5:30 * MANZANITA, OREGON Speakers Include: Authors DEBORAH REED, KAREN KARBO, and RENE DENFELD Publishers HAWTHORNE BOOKS, FOREST AVENUE PRESS, and OVERCUP PRESS Professional Editor HOLLY LORINCZ Are you almost finished with a novel or creative non-fiction manuscript? Or are you trying to…

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Trailkeepers of Oregon Trail Party

February 24 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Free
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TKO crew leaders and sawyers will lead volunteers in using crosscut saws to remove logs from the Oregon Coast Trail at Ecola State Park. Plan to hike approximately 2.5 miles and work ~6 hours using pruning saws and crosscut saws. We prioritize safety and fun over amount of work accomplished and encourage people to try different things and work at a comfortable pace. No experience is necessary — you’ll be working with experienced crew leaders and sawyers who will teach…

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March 2019

Oregon Coast Trail Party – Ecola

March 13 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Free
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Come join Trailkeepers of Oregon as we begin work on the Oregon Coast Trail at Tillamook Head! If you’re coming from Portland, car-free shuttle service is being provided by Wildwood Adventures. Overview: With your help we’ll be doing tread maintenance and brushing on the Clatsop Loop Trail. What to expect: Plan to hike less than a mile to the work area and work using hand digging tools, loppers, and pruning saws. We prioritize safety and fun over quantity of work…

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CBD OIL and the benefits

March 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Tillamook Area Chamber, 208 Main Ave.
Tillamook,
Free
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BOCANNACO Quality means everything…let us help educate you on quality CBD OIL. Team Tillamook cordially invites you to meet the Doctor who created this pure and powerful oil. March 30th at the Shilo Inn from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. Come as our guest!!   Mark your calendars! We are hosting an educational hour on Thursday, March 14th at the Tillamook Chamber office (208 Main Ave.) beginning at 6:30 pm. We invite you to stop in and learn more and have…

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Coastal Predator Habitat

March 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Alder Creek Farm, Underhill Lane
Nehalem, 97131
free
Coastal Predator Habitat

Do you wonder if predators are nearby when you visit coastal wild lands? Join Nehalem Bay State Park ranger Mariah Dawson for a walk through the meadows, marshland and creekside of Alder Creek Farm and Natural Area. Learn about area predators, where they roam, other birds and animals who share their habitat, and how to recognize the signs – droppings, footprints and more – of predator presence. This event will be suitable for children of all ages, as well as…

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April 2019

Lichen Hike at Nedonna Marsh

April 6 @ 12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Nedonna Marsh Rockaway Beach, OR
free
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If you are fascinated by lichen, join us for this hands-on hike as we feel the textures, admire the colors and discuss the variety of important roles that lichen play here in Tillamook County. Lichens come in many colors, sizes, and forms, and it is estimated that 6% of Earth’s land surface is covered by lichen. But this symbiotic relationship of fungi, algae and other organisms is more than just a collage of pretty colors and textures; it’s a valuable…

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Basics Notary Seminar

April 11 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tillamook Bay Community College, 4301 3rd St.
Tillamook, 97141
free

The information presented at this seminar covers the rules, regulations and best practices for Oregon Notaries Public. We explain how to properly identify the signer, what to record in your journal, and the requirements of an Oregon Notarial Certificate. This year, we’ve added hands-on practice sessions to increase your confidence when notarizing. This training meets the education requirements for those applying for a commission. Current notaries are also encouraged to attend: refresh your memory and strengthen your skills.  

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ASIST – Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

April 25 - April 26
TBD – Tillamook County OR United States
Free – $175

Suicide Safer Community Project Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is for everyone 16 or older-regardless of prior experience-who wants to be able to provide suicide first aid. ASIST is founded on the principle that everyone can make a difference in preventing suicide: Regardless of experience, profession or education.  The more people in the community who have suicide intervention training, the more likely it is they will be able to identify someone at risk and intervene to keep them safe. …

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