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Free Brush And Clean Wood Collection Event

Dispose of clean wood and brush for free during April. The Coos County Solid Waste Department is holding their collection event now through April 30th. Tuesdays through Saturdays, bring solid waste to the Beaver Hill Disposal Site-—on Highway 101 in Coos Bay, 1/4 mile south of milepost 253. It’s free to all citizens, businesses; everyone [...]


Friday April 1 2016

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Annual P.E.O. Lunch Meets April 16th

P.E.O. Oregon South Coast Reciprocity will meet for its annual lunch on Saturday, April 16th at the Red Lion Hotel on Bayshore Drive in Coos Bay. Registration begins at 11:30, lunch at 12 Noon, followed by music from John and Kim Stokes. The South Coast Region includes nine P.E.O. chapters representing Coquille, Coos Bay, [...]


Thursday March 31 2016

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“If I Were Mayor” Contest Deadline April 29th

North Bend Mayor Rick Wetherell is promoting the “If I Were Mayor” contest from now through April 29th. The categories are: elementary school (grades 4-5) 17”x28” poster, middle school (grades 6-8) 500-1,000 word essay, and high school (grades 9-12) 1-3 minute digital media (video, PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.).   State-wide winners and their Mayors will be notified [...]


Thursday March 31 2016

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Slice Of Life Boardwalk Art Show In Bandon

Artists of all ages are invited to submit work for “Slice of Life,” the 2016 Port of Bandon Boardwalk art show. This annual installation is an open air, public display on the picturesque Bandon boardwalk. Submissions are accepted April 1st through May 20th. The show begins Memorial Day weekend and continues through September.   Weatherproof art boards [...]


Wednesday March 30 2016

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21st Annual Mr. Bulldog Pageant April 2nd

[ April 2, 2016; 7:00 PM; ] Mr. Bulldog's 2016 Pageant is set for Saturday April 2nd at the North Bend High School Gym. The doors open at 6:15pm and the event starts at 7. The cost is $10 for adults and $5 for students. They invite everyone to see a fun show that raises money for the Children's Miracle Network. Ten [...]


Tuesday March 29 2016

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Florida Avenue Closure Starts March 30th

The City of North Bend has announced that Florida Avenue, between Sherman and Sheridan Avenues, will be closed during the day starting Wednesday morning, March 30th, for three days. The area is east of Highway 101, down the hill from the business Mom’s Kitchen. The road closure is for street repair work to be performed. [...]


Tuesday March 29 2016

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Auditions For Hollering Place Program Start April 3rd

There will be auditions held for the 4th Annual Hollering Place Radio Program on April 3rd, 4th and 5th. Come to the Dolphin Playhouse at 580 Newmark Avenue in the Empire District. There will be no line memorization needed for this event; audition readings provided. Performances will be Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sundays [...]


Monday March 28 2016

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63rd Annual Barber Show April 16th

The Gold Coast Chorus will host their 63rd annual Barbershow on Saturday, April 16th. It will be held at the North Bend Presbyterian Church as a 2pm special matinee. The show will feature the 15-man Gold Coast Chorus, the local quartet The Breakers, the Sweet Adelines chorus and entertainment from at least one local high [...]


Monday March 28 2016

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SOLVE Beach Cleanup Welcomes Volunteers

On Saturday, March 26th, SOLVE (an acronym for Stop Oregon Litter and Vandalism; the “E” was added as a call to action) welcomes volunteers of all ages to join in clearing the Oregon coast of litter and marine debris. The 31st annual SOLVE Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup will take place from 10am to 1pm. Register [...]


Friday March 25 2016

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Snowy Plover Nesting Season On Oregon Beaches

Warmer March temperatures brings many visitors to Oregon’s shoreline. For the western snowy plover, March means nesting. This tiny shorebird, protected under state law and under the federal Endangered Species Act, usually begins nesting in mid-to-late-March.   The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for overseeing snowy plover management and the recreation restrictions that come with [...]


Friday March 25 2016

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