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2nd Annual “A Jolly Good Time”
December 17, 5-7pm
Pictures with Santa, Gifts for 12 and under, Christmas crafts, Cookie decoration, Hot Cocoa Hosted by Curry Community Health
29692 Ellensburg Avenue
Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
Tickets & Information at: https://www.facebook.com/events/582735045809757/
December 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Yeti & Squatch at Curry Public Library
Yeti loves the winter! But can a summer creature like Squatch enjoy the Oregon winter? Now you can follow the adventures of these big-footed buds in a new storybook, “Yeti & Squatch in the Winter Wonderland of Oregon,” as it tours independent bookstores across the state. Travel Oregon and Curry Public Library will host a free story time event with a special guest reading the new book. Those in attendance will receive a free copy of the book while supplies last
94341 3rd Street
FREE CHRISTMAS DINNER
December 25, Noon – 3 pm
Event Center On The Beach
29392 Ellensburg Ave
More info: (541) 247-4541 or email@example.com
20’s New Year’s Eve Party!
Ring in 2020 in a 1920’s costume! Great Gatsby theme with cash prizes for best dressed. Music will start at 9pm and a toast at midnight!
Hunter Creek Bar & Grill – The Tav
28773 Hunter Creek Loop, Gold Beach
2020 Dates to be Announced for These Past Events
PAWS (Pet And Writers Seminar) At the Beach! Everyone has a favorite story about a pet we’ve known. Come to our annual Coast PAWS at the Beach and learn from a writer how to pen that story yourself. Then we will print the stories in a book to share. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or to make your reservation. $35 at the door, or $25 if you make a reservation in advance. Entrance fee includes seminar and the book.
Rent a house or cottage for the weekend and receive a 75% discount on the seminar!
Ongoing Events & Activities in Area
Tidepools are created when the tide goes out from rocky coastal areas, leaving water in crevices and holes. When it gets sunny, the smaller pools can get very warm or conversely, very cold during the winter months. Tidepool species are specially adapted for life in intertidal areas, which makes them unique and very special. Oregon’s intertidal areas have such high species diversity that they have been compared to tropical rainforests. What you may see in a tidepool:
- Cnidarians (sea anemones)
- Molluscs (mussels, snails, limpets, chitons and maybe even an octopus!)
- Arthropods (crabs and barnacles)
- Echinoderms (sea stars and urchins)
- Fish (tidepool sculpins)
- Tunicates (sea squirts)
- Birds (gulls, oystercatchers, shorebirds)
- Algae (seaweed, kelp)
- Marine mammals (seals, sea lions)
Wild Coast Vacations has tidepool leaders who can take you on an informational and fun exploration in our area. Be sure to note this request when you send in your reservation form.