Thursday, March 7, 2019

Thinking about visiting Seaside for Spring Break?


Seaside is the see-and-do capital of the Oregon Coast

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The Quieter Side of Seaside
Seaside without the bustle of Broadway? If that sounds more your speed, know it's possible to experience a quiet beach getaway without ever venturing as far north as downtown Seaside. Whether you're a frequent visitor or a first-timer, take time to explore the quieter side of Seaside – the south end.
 
 
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Whale Watching Wonder
While it's possible to see whales all year along the Oregon Coast,
visitors tend to flock to Seaside and other coastal communities during 
Spring Whale Watching Week which runs March 23 through March 31. 
 
 
 
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Spring Event Guide
 If you think Seaside is only a summertime destination, get ready to
adjust your mindset! From world-class whale watching to history lectures to a 10th annual brew fest, it's worth planning a spring trip to Seaside.
 
 
 
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A Little Kid on a Big Beach
This photo of an anonymous 3-year-old boy in the early 1940s is an iconic
portrayal of Seaside's treasured experience. Thinking back on memories, there's always a magical quality to days spent at the ocean. 
 
 
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Stop in and see us when you arrive:
Seaside Visitors Bureau
7 N Roosevelt (Hwy 101) | Seaside, OR 97138
 
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Friday, February 15, 2019

Fwd: Experience Oregon - Free Admission Feb. 14-18




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Subject: Experience Oregon Opens in 2 Days - Free Admission Feb. 14-18

Celebrate Oregon's birthday at the grand opening of Experience Oregon!
Celebrate Oregon's birthday at the grand opening of Experience Oregon!
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Thursday, February 14 at 12pm
Celebrate Oregon's 160th birthday and the grand opening of Experience Oregon with birthday cake, music from the Oregon Oldtime Fiddlers, a blessing from the Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde, and the official ribbon cutting to unveil the exhibit!
Saturday, February 16, 12pm - 4pm
Enjoy musical performances from Portland Taiko, BRAVO Youth Orchestras, Oregon Trail Trio, The Prairie Blossoms, and Portland Gay Men's Chorus. Listen to traditional Kalapuya/Coos storytelling, pan for gold with the Wells Fargo History Museum, and take home a souvenir of your visit from one of our activity stations.
About Experience Oregon
A dynamic educational space, Experience Oregon will allow visitors to learn about the countless people, places, and events that have shaped this place. Visitors enter Experience Oregon through a panoramic theater that introduces major themes and sets the stage for the exhibit. Land and water are two predominent topics covered, displaying the diversity of Oregon's landscape, as well as people's historical and ongoing relationships with its resources. 

We have scoured our collections to display artifacts from across the state's geography and history – some on exhibit for the first time. Interactive stations throughout the exhibition include a "Stories from the Archives" tablet game, a covered-wagon replica visitors can walk through (pictured above), and role-playing games that allow visitors to take sides in historical debates. 
Thank you to the hundreds of individuals, organizations, and foundations who generously donated to make this exhibit possible. For a full list of donors, visit our website. 
Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Avenue, Portland OR 97205
503.222.1741    ohs.org

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