Archive for June, 2017


Ease into a weekend of Cottage & Garden Tour events with an exclusive concert and reception at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall (207 N. Spruce.) Friday, September 8 at 6:00 p.m.
Oregon favorite
2017 friday night concert Kelsey Mousley and The Next Right Thing will kick-off the museum’s fourteenth annual Cottage & Garden Tour. Mousley has been performing for over a decade and has quickly built a national following. Her voice and style has been compared to a young Diana Krall.
This event sold out last year, so we highly recommend purchasing your tickets in advance. Tickets for th
e concert are $15 and include refreshments.

On Saturday, September 9, Tour day starts off at noon with the popular luncheon and lecture at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall (207 N. Spruce). This event is sold out each year, so purchase your tickets in advance.
2017 Luncheon and Lecture This year, we are excited to work with Dr. Doug Deur for the Saturday lecture. Dr. Deur is a cultural geographer, known widely for his studies of Native American land and resource tradition, as well as the environmental and cultural histories of National Parks in the American West. He is a resident of Arch Cape and local history guru. In addition to everything else that Deur does, he serves as a research professor in the Department of Anthropology at Portland State University and as an adjunct professor in the University of Victoria (BC) school of Environmental Studies. Dr. Deur has also written many popular books on local tribal traditions, plant foraging, and history. Tickets for the luncheon and lecture are $25.

The tour of homes will take place from 12:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. This year for the first time ever, the tour will focus on the unique craftsmanship and architecture of northern Cannon Beach. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour historic cottages (the original “tiny house”), grand beach homes, lodges, and inviting gardens. One of the highlights of this year’s tour is the site of one of the first hotels in Cannon Beach, built in 1892 from Spruce lumber. Guests took the train to Seaside and arrived at the hotel on foot, horseback or stagecoach over the toll road. The road ended at the hotel, where the proprietor served a free lunch and refreshments. The establishment burned down in 1913, and it wasn’t until the 1940’s that a new property was built in its place. Maps are available for pick-up by presenting your ticket on Tour day no earlier than noon at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall. Cottage & Garden Tour Facebook pic 2017

Included in the cost of your tour ticket is a Saturday night concert at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall. Join us for a post-tour celebration from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. with wine, live music, and hors d’oeuvres prepared by Sweet Charity. Local libations will be flowing thanks to Fort George Brewery and Buoy Beer Company. Local favorite, Thistle & Rose will provide music that will get you off your feet and dancing. Each year, as part of this popular fundraiser the Museum raffles of a locally hand-crafted piece of art and this year is no exception. This year, the raffle includes a painting by Cannon Beach artist, Jeffrey Hull, a beautiful vase by the artists of Icefire Glassworks, and much more! Raffle tickets are just five dollars. The highly anticipated quilt raffle will take place at 7:00 p.m.Raffle tickets are one for $5, three for $10 or seven for $20. Tickets for the self-guided tour are $35.

 

The final event of the weekend is an English style garden tea at the Cannon Beach Chamber Hall on Sunday, September 10 at 11:00 a.m. Attendees will enjoy English style tea from Kettle/Black Teahouse of Cannon Beach while enjoying a presentation by the event’s guest speaker, Dawn Hummel. Hummel has become a well-known and highly sought-after marketing consultant for horticulture and landscape designers. Over the years, this skill has developed into a f2017 Garden Teaull-blown passion for gardening and landscape that takes Hummel all over the world. Hummel’s unique background in trucking – something she adamantly wanted to get out of when she left the industry to work as a sales and marketing manager of Blooming Nursery in Oregon – ended up coming back to haunt her and ultimately gave her a competitive advantage in the work she does now. Not only is she a marketing expert, she’s an award-winning tradeshow booth and display designer and knows her way around a garden as well. Her specialty is stages, perennial bed planting designs, seasonal potted containers and garden renovations. Tickets for the Garden Tea are $20.

Tickets for these events go on sale July 1st. You can purchase your tickets on our website, over the phone (503-436-9301), or in person at 1387 S. Spruce St, Cannon Beach, Oregon.

This summer the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum’s seasonal art exhibit will feature the work of over ten Pacific Northwest artists.  Behind the Lens will open on Friday, June 23 at 6:00 p.m. with refreshments and an opportunity to meet the artists.

Crater Lake (Inside the _Log Cabin_)

Behind the Lens is an exhibit featuring three to five pieces from both amateur and professional photographers alike. Each artist was given the freedom to share their story through visual art, but in some cases, their love of Cannon Beach and Oregon.   A mixture of metal, wood, canvas, and framed pieces with vibrant colors, innovative content, and truly inspiring stories.

Meredith S Photo ExhibitThis exhibit was made possible with funding from Clatsop County and will be on display through September of this year. The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is open seven days a week from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is a private non-profit located in mid-town Cannon Beach. The museum is home to the cannon that Cannon Beach is named for, as well as a replica longhouse, tide pool exhibit, and seasonal art exhibits. The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum’s mission is to keep the history of Cannon Beach and Arch Cape alive for Oregonians for generations to come..Riley Photo Exhibit

The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is a private non-profit located in mid-town Cannon Beach. The museum is home to the cannon that Cannon Beach is named for, as well as a replica longhouse, tide pool exhibit, and seasonal art exhibits. The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum’s mission is to keep the history of Cannon Beach and Arch Cape alive for Oregonians for generations to come.

For more information visit the museum’s website www.cbhistory.org or find us on Facebook!

Raffle Tickets Now On Sale!

We have some amazing items we are raffling off for this years fall raffle. A few of our big items are an original Icefire Glassworks signed by the artist Jim Kingwell, and an original framed print by local artist Jeffrey Hull. You could even have a chance to win a one night stay at the Hallmark Resort in Cannon Beach, or a one night stay at the River Inn at Seaside. We will have a variety of other prizes you could win from a gift card for your favorite cup of joe, to a book from a local author.

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Carol’s Geraniums By Jeffrey Hull

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Original piece by Icefire Glassworks

Drawing will  take place at the museum on Saturday, September 9, as part of the Museum’s annual fundraiser the Cottage and Garden Tour. You do not have to be present to win.  You can purchase your raffle ticket in person at the museum, over the phone at 503-436-9301, or at our online gift shop.

For over a decade the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum has welcomed renowned musicians from all over the United States. The series kicks-off each January and continues through May, and sometimes even June: from Jazz to toe-tapping Celtic music and everything in between. The series ends on June 9 with world-renowned jazz guitarist John Stowell.

This isn’t Stowell’s first performance at the museum. He has become a local favorite. A constant traveler, Stowell was the first American Jazz performer to appear in Russia after the fall of the JStowell_JohnStowellIron Curtain and he continued to sell out performances there for two decades after.

Stowell teaches internationally. He has been an Artist-In-Residence at schools in Germany, Indonesia, Argentina, the United States and Canada. He served as assistant director and performer at Oregon Public Broadcasting’s PDX Jazz Summit in 1991, and since 1995 has been a contributing columnist for a number of magazines, including Down Beat, Guitar Player, Canadian Musician, Soundcheck (Germany), and Guitar Club (Italy).

Stowell’s Through the Listening Glass with David Friesen was designated one of the “Ten Best Jazz Albums of the Decade” by the Los Angeles Examiner, and he was chosen as a “Talent Deserving Wider Recognition” by Downbeat’s International Critic’s Poll in 1978 and 1979. He has appeared on BET’s Jazz Discovery and Guitar Series television shows.

“More guitarists would play like John Stowell if they knew how.” Herb Ellis

Seating for this concert is limited. Tickets for the Stowell concert are just $15 with the proceeds benefiting the Museum’s seasonal exhibits, and free lecture series. Cost of the ticket include tasty treats and donated libations. Music starts at 7:00 p.m. and the doors open at 6:30 p.m. See you there!

The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is a private non-profit museum featuring seasonal historic, textile, and artistic exhibits. Get your tickets at www.cbhistory.org or by phone 503-436-9301. The museum is open from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Wednesday through Monday and is donation based. The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is located at 1387 South Spruce Street in Cannon Beach, Oregon.

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