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This Sunday, Feb. 25 from 2 to 4 p.m., the Museum of the North Beach in Moclips will host the second Beachcombing ID from A to Z event. Folks are invited to bring in their unique, mysterious or everyday beachcombed objects and he will be on hand to identify and educate.

Beachcombing time — have finds displayed, identified

Event at Museum of the North Beach Sunday, Beachcombers Fun Fair March 3-4

  • Feb 22nd, 2018

 

Teacher Michael Barbero “pulls the pin” that launches second grader Bell Porter’s bottle rocket, powered by compressed air and water, as teacher Francelle Jordan and students watch.

STEM Week makes learning fun at OS Elementary

Projects include water-powered bottle rockets, egg drop tests from ladder truck

  • Feb 21st, 2018

 

‘Victory on the Home Front’ author to visit Museum

Lilly Robbins Brock to hold book signing on March 10

  • Feb 21st, 2018

 

North Coast News photo The Renewed Antique Show is this weekend at the Ocean Shores Convention Center.

Coast Calendar: Preview peek at ever-evolving Renewed Antiques

Events and entertainment on the North Beach. Submit items to editor@northcoastnews.com

  • Feb 15th, 2018
North Coast News photo The Renewed Antique Show is this weekend at the Ocean Shores Convention Center.

Elks host public celebration for 150th anniversary

Visitors invited to visit the Lodge on Ocean Lake Way

  • Feb 14th, 2018

Coast Calendar: Burning Bears light up the weekend

Events and entertainment on the North Beach. Submit items to editor@northcoastnews.com

  • Feb 9th, 2018
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                                Rich Lindquist works on one of the wheelchairs maintained by North Beach Medical Equipment, which has been providing free medical equipment for five years.

Giving thousands the gifts they truly need

Lindquists of North Beach Medical Equipment have now helped 5,000 clients with their free equipment and services on Pt. Brown Ave. NW.

  • Feb 7th, 2018
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                                Rich Lindquist works on one of the wheelchairs maintained by North Beach Medical Equipment, which has been providing free medical equipment for five years.
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                                Luceman and Logan served as auctioneers at the 2018 United Way Black and White Gala fundraiser. The two are morning radio hosts on KIX 95.3 fm.

$114,000 raised at Saturday United Way fundraiser

19th annual Black and White Gala held at Quinault Beach Resort and Casino

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                                Luceman and Logan served as auctioneers at the 2018 United Way Black and White Gala fundraiser. The two are morning radio hosts on KIX 95.3 fm.
The popular Heads or Tails game had players putting their hands either on their heads or on their tails before the large coin was flipped.

United Way Gala raises thousands of dollars

Sold-out 19th annual event held Saturday at Quinault Beach Resort

  • Jan 29th, 2018
The popular Heads or Tails game had players putting their hands either on their heads or on their tails before the large coin was flipped.
Scott D. Johnston photo: Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) Marine Resources Scientist Joe Schumacker gave a presentation titled, “Nautilus Live and the Quinault Canyon Exploration.”

Glimpses Lecture: Nautilus explores hidden coastal depths

Continuing series for Coastal Interpretive Center looks at research project that explored the Quinault Canyon

  • Jan 25th, 2018
Scott D. Johnston photo: Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) Marine Resources Scientist Joe Schumacker gave a presentation titled, “Nautilus Live and the Quinault Canyon Exploration.”

On the Beach: Savor the quiet time of winter

By Columnist Daniela Werner for the North Coast News

  • Jan 25th, 2018
Scott D, Johnston photo: Scores of Pirates gather for the Pirates Life for Us annual gathering in the Ocean Shores Lions Club for their annual photo.

Pirates Life, Gore at the Shore produce colorful weekend

January events season kicks off in Ocean Shores with many in costume.

  • Jan 19th, 2018
Scott D, Johnston photo: Scores of Pirates gather for the Pirates Life for Us annual gathering in the Ocean Shores Lions Club for their annual photo.

New Grays Harbor Community Concert band makes its debut

First performance Sunday at Bishop Center at Grays Harbor College

  • Jan 12th, 2018

Event showcase to highlight opportunities at the Convention Center for 2018

By SCOTT D. JOHNSTON The Ocean Shores Convention Center Wednesday evening hosts…

  • Jan 10th, 2018

Seahorse decked out by design

Recent move to Ocean Shores inspired desire to dress up iconic driftwood sculpture for the holidays

7th Street Theatre celebrates 90th anniversary

A 90th birthday party and other special events are being planned for the coming year.

  • Dec 27th, 2017

An Ocean Shores Christmas gallery

Photos from the Kiwanis Kids Christmas and Christmas celebration at Oyhut Bay

  • Dec 19th, 2017

‘Santa Joe’ brings holiday cheer to area kids

The holiday spirit takes hold in many this time of year. But for Central Park resident Joe Cornell, it’s “almost a year-round thing.”

  • Dec 13th, 2017
Betsey Seidel photo: Arnold Samuels collects a donation from Alec Takagi at the Ocean Shores IGA, where Samuels is in his 15th year as a Kettle Bell Ringer for the Salvation Army.

Samuels rings Salvation Army kettle bell at 94

Fifteenth year at Ocean Shores IGA helping ‘pay back’ by collecting funds, awareness

  • Dec 13th, 2017
Betsey Seidel photo: Arnold Samuels collects a donation from Alec Takagi at the Ocean Shores IGA, where Samuels is in his 15th year as a Kettle Bell Ringer for the Salvation Army.
Scott D. Johnston photo Karin West, Bill Schnettler, Alan Coone and Johnney Brillhart sing “Go Tell It On the Mountain.”

Christmas concerts for community cause

North Beach Singers performances help Food Bank during holiday season

  • Dec 13th, 2017
Scott D. Johnston photo Karin West, Bill Schnettler, Alan Coone and Johnney Brillhart sing “Go Tell It On the Mountain.”