The Visual Arts Center (VAC) is turning 40 and the Coastal Arts Guild (CAG) is helping celebrate.
The CAG is looking for artists to purchase a cradled panel for $40, create a piece of art on it and return it for display and sale at the March 2022 exhibit at the Newport Visual Arts Center. Artists keep all proceeds from the sale of their artwork with no commission. Funds from the sale of the panels go towards the VAC Ceramics Studio operations.
PANELS AVAILABLE: During VAC hours (Wednesday – Saturday 12-4pm). Purchase your panels early, there are only 40 available.
EXHIBIT DATES: March 5 – March 27, 2022 (Wednesday – Saturday 12-4pm)
Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce announces the return of the Annual Virtual Super Auction happening
March 18th through March 25th. We greatly appreciate your support and donations to the Super Auction. Money raised will help us continue our mission of advocating for you while helping to grow your businesses and strengthening our community.
In acknowledgment of your generous donations, we will recognize your contributions on our social media pages with daily posting reaching thousands, images of your donations on the auction website with a direct link to your business, and more.
Simply click the DONATE button below to email Mellissa and coordinate your donation.
10:03 – North Lincoln Firefighters raced to 740 SW 9th Street, Lincoln City – the scene of what was reported to be an overheated clothes dryer with smoke wafting up in the air. Firefighters arrived to find that there was no fire. Firefighters checked out the scene and determined the event was a false alarm
Here is the female Anna’s hummingbird that now lives in our tiny yard near Depoe Bay. She likes the sugar water and both the myrtle and elderberry trees. She chased away the male hummingbird that used to live in our yard. He comes to visit sometimes but she always runs him off.
SALEM, Ore. –Oregon National Guard Service Members started their second hospital relief mission on Jan. 18, 2022. This new activation will place approximately 1,200 Oregon Citizen-Soldiers and Airmen supporting up to 40 hospitals throughout the state.
Since Jan. 10, 2022, the Oregon National Guard has stood up a Joint Task Force of Air and Army National Guardsmen to support this latest hospital effort. Over the past eight days, the Guard activated nearly 500 Oregon Service Members from six locations throughout the state, supporting approximately 40 medical facilities in Oregon.
The Oregon National Guard will further increase support by approximately 700 additional Service Members over the next two weeks, further bolstering non-clinical hospital staff roles throughout the forecasted COVID-19 Omicron variant peak over the next thirty days.
“We will continue to work together, and in alignment with our core values, remain confident that the Oregon National Guard will ‘Always be Ready, Always There’,” said Lt. Col. Brian J. Kroeller, Oregon National Guard Hospital Relie Joint Task Force Deputy Commander.
This activation follows a successful prior deployment of over 1,500 Oregon National Guardsmen that provided the same non-clinical support rolls staffed from August of 2021 and ended in late December of 2021.