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5 Events to Make Christmas Bright in Lincoln City

 

There’s always something to do in Lincoln City, and Christmas 2014 is no exception!

Here’s five events going on in Lincoln City over Christmas and New Years to raise your spirits even higher!


December 12 – January 5, 2014 @ Lincoln City Cultural Center
“New York Experience” Photographic Exhibit by David Jordan
David Jordan’s photography is displayed, with a twist!  The visually stimulating images are displayed with the sounds of New York City.

December 20, 2014 @ Lincoln City Community Center
Jingle Bell Jog 5K Run or Walk
Dig out those reindeer antlers, Elf shoes and Santa suits and join us for a 5K Jingle Bell Jog! The event is open to runners, joggers, walkers and even strollers. Costumes are recommended but optional, and we’ll supply the bells! Participants will begin at the Lincoln City Community Center and traverse the Head to Bay sidewalk/trail along NE 22nd st and West Devils Lake Road to the intersection of Highway 101, and back. Hot chocolate and coffee will be served immediately afterwards. Sign up today!

December 27, 2014 – January 17, 2015 @ Theatre West – 8pm Thursday to Saturday – Cost: $8 -$12
Sorry, Wrong Chimney – Live Play
David Tuttle is moonlighting as a department store Santa so that he can buy his wife a fur for Christmas. He tells her he’s working late at the office, but she finds out he isn’t at the office. A suspected other woman, hypnotism, the notorious Santa burglar Kris Kreigle and his gun toting fiancee, and a confused policeman add up to a rollicking tale that is hilarious Christmas or anytime entertainment.

December 27 – 31, 2014
Winter Whale Watch Week along the Oregon Coast
Watch for migrating Gray Whales and ask questions of volunteers at any of the 24 whale watching locations on the Oregon coast.

Mid October – Memorial Weekend on Lincoln City Beaches
Finders Keepers
Throughout the off season in Lincoln City, beautiful, one of a kind, glass floats are tucked away above the high tide mark on the 7 1/2 miles of public beach between the Cutler City and Road’s End sections of Lincoln City.  If you find a float, you keep it!

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