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April

Sat, April 28, 6pm Dinner-Dance Rotary Dancing on the Waves
 

Annual club fundraiser:. No-Host Bar *must be 21 years), followed by gourmet dinner (prime rib and/or fish), silent auction and dancing. Proceeds benefit Port Orford Rotary scholarships for area students. Tickets available from any Rotarian $50/person,

Community Building (#5)

Sun, April 29, 1 - 4pm Art The Art & Music Open House
 

Enjoy music, art, prose, poetry, pot-luck snacks, and provide some of it yourself!
The Kammeroque Trio will be joined by Strider Kachelein. Crystal Landucci, piano, Jean Mautner, violin and others will add to the music. Mike Disbrow and others have also been invited. Among literary entertainers, Weld Champneys, Joyce Mueller, Cairehn McGowan, and James Huntzinger.

All musical, poetic, and artistic participants and audience members are welcome. Impromptu creations and presented artwork are encouraged for anyone who wants to add art to the "gallery". Enjoy sharing sights, sounds, and potluck snacks. Refreshments are provided.

The entrance to the Roselius home, where Roaring Sea Studio is located, is the driveway shared with the Sea Crest Motel. Turn left from the driveway’s end and park at the first house (#40). Park along the main driveway, or in > neighboring driveways, wherever there is room. John Lincoln, neighbor at the cull-de-sac, allows parking on the right hand side of his driveway.

Roaring Sea Arts

May

Sun, May 6, 1:30 - 4pm Event Reading
 

You are invited to attend a reading and book signing, featuring local award winning author Gary Carter. There will be reading s from his newest books including "Songs From The Southern Oregon Coast", featuring short stories and poems talking about life, history and culture along the southern Oregon coast, written by 57 of our areas extraordinary ensemble of poets and writers. Also featured will be "The Cedars of Lebanon", a ime/travel, science fiction short story set in ancient Arabia, circa 600 BC. Come along as three women, trapped back in time while trying to save a future Earth from a devastating war in the Mideast, struggle to survive, praying to be rescued after they become captured, and enslaved, by King Nebuchadnezzar and his armies. Gary will also read from his latest poetry book "Imagery", poems written to make you laugh, cry, wonder doubt and argue about. He will also answer questions about the publishing process, and books will be on sale after the question and answer period.

Port Orford Public Library, (#2)

Sat, May 12, 6pm Event A Tribute to Bob Dylan's Music
 

Any Bob Dylan fans out there? Coming up next in the Arts Council's 2018 "Art in Abundance" event series is a very special evening on Saturday May 12 (doors open at 6pm) at our beloved Port Orford Public Library. Paul "Buck" Stierle, will present Mr. Tamborine Man: A Tribute to Bob Dylan, emphasizing Dylan's music from 1964 - 1974. Stierle, formerly with the New Christy Minstrels, wrote many of that group's songs that became staples of their concerts. Stierle's Dylan tribute will include music and stories for a guanteed evening of superlative entertainment. Great refreshments! Free.

A presentation of Port Orford Public Library and the Port Orford Arts Council.
Port Orford Public Library, (#2)

Sun, May 20, 10am - 4pm Training Beachwalkers and Birders Wanted!
 

Help make a difference for the environment by collecting data for the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST). COASST is a citizen science project dedicated to involving volunteers in the collection of high quality data on the status of coastal beaches and trends of seabirds. Our goal is to assist government agencies and other organizations in making informed management and conservation decisions, and to promote proactive citizen involvement and action. COASST volunteers systematically count and identify bird carcasses that wash ashore along ocean beaches from northern California to Alaska. Volunteers need NO experience with birds, just a commitment to survey a specific beach (about ¾ mile) each month.

If you are interested in participating, join COASST staff for a training session, conducted in partnership with CoastWatch. Hear about how COASST started, learn how to use the custom Beached Birds field guide, and try out your new skills with some actual specimens. Training activities take place indoors.

RSVP to coasst@uw.edu or 206-221-6893 or by mailing coasst@uw.edu.

Please check our website at www.coasst.org for additional information on upcoming events and trainings.

Port Orford Field Station, 444 Jackson St

August

Sat, Aug 11, 11am - 5pm Event Street Fair!!!
 

One of the major highlights of the Port Orford Arts Council's 2018 "Art in Abundance" event series is the Port Orford Street Fair on August 11. The Port Orford City Council (Thank You!!!!!!) voted unanimously to allow POAC to block off 8th Street between Hwy. 101 and Idaho for an all-day outdoor festival. Arts, crafts, live music, food and much, much more. We will be recruiting vendors soon. We want 8th Street lined with booths filled with art and crafts and great food. Message us on the POAC FB page if you would like to participate. Stay tuned. More info to come.

8th Street & Hwy 101

 

   

 
 
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