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Tim says, “We like the good organic veggies.”
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Seaside High School senior Jason Spear is joined by Seaside City Councilor Stubby Lyons, who will
be purchasing Spear's rendition of the historic photograph “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima,” taken
in 1945 by Joe Rosenthal.
Student art show scheduled
ARNICADIA FARMS at Seaside Library in May
First-class training facility on Puget Island, Wash.
SEASIDE — There will be an exhibit of stu-
dent artworks May 5 through June 2 at the Sea-
ground. Sculptures explore symmetry and asymmetry
in hand-built and wheel-thrown clay pots, as well as
side Public Library, 1131 Broadway, with an the mixed media sculptures. The latter include sculp-
GROUP CLASSES: OTHER CLASSES: opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 5. tures from plaster cloth, as well as wood sculptures from
• Basic Obedience • Swimming Lessons The works include more than two dozen matted sticks, exploring negative and positive transference of
• Puppy Classes • Playgroups drawings and multimedia pieces by student artists ages space as a visual issue. Abstract collages explore the
• Puppy Socialization • Adult Socialization 14 to 17. Mediums and themes include self-portraits principles of composition, space, unity, rhythm and
• Canine Good Citizen BY APPOINTMENT: in pencil, exploring art elements and principles such as more. The Concepts Design class will exhibit display
• Intro to Agility • Private Lessons at the value, pattern and balance of background and fore- boards of the current design project – cell phones.
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spangled festivities is planned for Market will kick off its summer The finale of the weekend will be
the Long Beach Peninsula Saturday season at the marina. A lively kid’s Sunday’s Loyalty Day Parade,
Upcoming Events at and Sunday, May 1 and 2. Honor-
ing the founding of the U.S. Coast
parade will get into formation at 11
a.m. and begin at noon in Ilwaco;
boasting more than 100 units
including marching bands from all
The Cellar Guard in 1790, the 60th annual
Loyalty Days is highlighted by the
same-day entry sign-up is available
and encouraged. Also on Saturday,
over the Northwest; the Astoria
Middle School Band, which has
on 10th Blessing of the Fleet, an honors
banquet, the Loyalty Day Parade
the Long Beach Elks Club will host
an oyster feed from noon to 5 p.m.,
placed first or second in their divi-
sion the past three years; drill teams
Wine Tasting - Oregon Pinot Noir’s Part 3.........................May 1st, 1-4pm and guest speaker “George Wash- at the lodge at 110 N. Pacific High- from Seattle and Edmonds, Wash.;
Wine Tasting - New Spring Releases..............................May 8, 1-4pm ington.” way in Long Beach. classic cars; clowns; horseback rid-
Wine Tasting - Wines From Around The World...........May 15, 1-4pm On Saturday, May 1, the annual Dean Malissa, internationally ing clubs; 10 units from the
Wine Tasting - Turley..................................................May 22, 1-4pm Blessing of the Fleet will take place renowned portrayer of George Wash- Shriners; VFW posts; and the New-
Winemaker’s Dinner - Turley.........................................May 22, 6pm
8th Anniversary Open House & Special Tasting..........May 29, 1-4pm at the Ilwaco Boat Basin. Free scenic ington – who was president when the foundland Dog Club. Malissa, por-
Wine Tasting - Summertime Rose..................................June 5, 1-4pm boat rides depart from the dock at 1 U.S. Coast Guard was founded – traying George Washington, will be
p.m. for the on-the-water memori- will be the guest speaker at the hon- the guest speaker and Grand Mar-
Bridal and Anniversary Registry Available al service. Also at the Boat Basin, ors banquet at 7 p.m. May 1, also at shal. Reviewing stand activities start
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2 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend
columns & features Make sure the success
you achieve is your own
10 feature story
ately, I’ve been exposed to an onslaught of motivational
materials. Books, audio files and Facebook friends are
Meet Cannon Beach artist Jeffrey Hull, a cornerstone of the town’s annual
all telling me I can easily start reaping life’s rewards
Spring Unveiling arts festival.
that I so richly deserve.
9 the arts 12 dining
I had no idea the motivational
industry was so monstrous. People are
apparently paying big bucks to have
Make the earth your true love as you Sit back and enjoy the experience someone else tell them how to be suc-
find 12 ways to celebrate Earth Day. at 42nd Street Café. A book that fell into my hands recent-
ly promises that once I learn the concept
coastal life crossword it contains, I’ll be able to wield control
over my career, my relationships and my
finances. The entire first half of the book
David Campiche proves that is devoted to making this same promise
there’s no such thing as a bad day over and over. The great new concept turns
of fishing. Coast Weekend editor out to be just plain old courage and com-
Kathleen Strecker mon sense.
I listened with half an ear to a free
on the cover audio coaching session by Tony Robbins while working a puzzle the
other day. Other than wishing fervently that the man would clear his
throat, I came away with the sense that he was preaching the same com-
mon sense tactics of outreach, persistence and accountability. Oh, and
I’ve begun getting two or three e-mails a day from his company.
Apparently he practices what he preaches.
Don’t get me wrong – these “success coaches” have some good ideas
Working inside his Cannon Beach that are bound to help, if you’re in the market for fresh perspectives. And
studio, Jeffrey Hull hopes to have a I did use their suggestions to come up with a plan for a personal bud-
get goal. But before you shell out good money for their advice, ask your-
watercolor painting of a sunset self this: Are you investing in your success ... or theirs?
beach scene completed and
displayed in the Jeffrey Hull Gallery
in time for Cannon Beach's Spring
Unveiling. Photo by Alex Pajunas.
Find it all online
– and more!
Editor: Kathleen Strecker
Visit Photographer: Alex Pajunas
Editorial assistant: Linda LeBrun
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submit an item, contact Kathleen Strecker.
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Tap Dance Festival is for this week’s theater
hoofers and tap fans alike Thursday
“Quilters,” musical drama, 8 p.m., Astor Street Opry
Company Playhouse, 129 W. Bond St., Astoria, (503)
325-6104, www.astorstreetoprycompany.com, $8 to
$15 with some discounts. The lives of frontier women
National Dance Week is cele- are stitched together in musical vignettes and finally
brated all over the country to pieced into one glorious quilt.
increase the awareness and impor-
tance of dance as one of the integral Friday “After Magritte,” comedy, 4:30, 8:30 and 9:30 p.m.,
arts in American society. Cannon Beach Gallery, 1064 S. Hemlock St., Cannon
Jeanne P eterson, owner and April 30 Beach, (503) 436-0744, www.cannonbeacharts.org,
director of Maddox Dance Studio, free, in conjunction with Spring Unveiling, space is
serves as the delegate in Oregon for limited.
National Dance Week and as part of “Pirates of Penzance Jr.,” musical comedy, 7 p.m.,
the celebration is planning the eighth Naselle High School Commons, 793 State Route 4,
annual Tap Dance Festival to be Naselle, Wash., $7 adults, $4 students. Pirates, police,
held starting at 7 p.m. Saturday, star-crossed lovers and a fast-singing major general
May 1, sponsored by Clatsop Com- highlight the classic Gilbert and Sullivan operetta in
munity College Arts and Ideas. this student production.
From the beginning of recorded “Almost, Maine” Opening, romantic comedy, 7:15
history, dance has served as a mean- p.m. wine tasting, 8 p.m. curtain, reception follows
ingful venue for communication and performance, Coaster Theatre, 108 N. Hemlock St.,
continues to do so today. Tradi- Cannon Beach, (503) 436-1242, www.coasterthe-
tional tap dancers considered them- atre.com, $16 to $18. In the time of frostbite, in the
selves “musicians,” creating complex remote mythical town of Almost, Maine, residents fall
sounds and rhythms to express their in and out of love in surprising and funny ways.
mood, the music and themselves. Submitted photo “Quilters,” musical drama, 8 p.m., Astor Street Opry
Tap was passed from dancer to Among the Tapped Out Tappers are (left to right, back row) Company Playhouse, 129 W. Bond St., Astoria, (503)
dancer, and as the late Gregory Hines Betty Cunningham, Ruth Kortlever, Helen Pitkanen, Angela Liu 325-6104, www.astorstreetoprycompany.com, $8 to
and Annette Butler and (front row) Debbie Lake, Linda Laine,
said “From friend to friend.” They $15.
Ronni Harris, Dea Helligso and Becki Haglund-Smith. Not pic-
shared their knowledge with each tured are Marilyn Anderson, Cindee Matyas, Evie Abrahams,
other and danced for the pure joy of Colleen Hensley, Sandee Killion and Linda Brooks. Saturday “After Magritte,” comedy, 3, 8:30 and 9:30 p.m.,
it. Cannon Beach Gallery, 1064 S. Hemlock St., Cannon
The Maddox Dancers, including an audience participation for all Reed’s history-making Shin Sham May 1 Beach, (503) 436-0744, www.cannonbeacharts.org,
the Tapped Out Tappers from Asto- interested in joining the dancers on Shimmy from Vaudeville days. free, in conjunction with Spring Unveiling, space is
ria, The Main Street Tappers, adult stage for a quick tap lesson. Audi- Admission is $10 and the show limited.
tap group from Warrenton, and guest ence members are encouraged to is open to the public. Doors open at “Pirates of Penzance Jr.,” musical comedy, 7 p.m.,
performers from Hollywood Dance bring tap shoes for this. Andrea 6:30 p.m. at the Clatsop Commu- Naselle High School Commons, 793 State Route 4,
Center in Portland, will present tap Kaul and Sara Strite, faculty mem- nity College Performing Arts Cen- Naselle, Wash., $7 adults, $4 students.
dances ranging from Vaudeville to bers at Maddox Dance Studio, will ter at 16th Street and Franklin “Almost, Maine,” romantic comedy, 8 p.m., Coast-
Broadway. A special feature will be teach. The finale will be Leonard Avenue. er Theatre, 108 N. Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, (503)
436-1242, www.coastertheatre.com, $16 to $18.
“Quilters,” musical drama, 8 p.m., Astor Street Opry
Set course for Company Playhouse, 129 W. Bond St., Astoria, (503)
SAVE THE DATE
325-6104, www.astorstreetoprycompany.com, $8 to
FOR THE NORTH COAST CHORALE’S...
warp factor 10 Sunday “Quilters,” musical drama, 2 p.m., Astor Street Opry
Company Playhouse, 129 W. Bond St., Astoria, (503)
TILLAMOOK — Boldly going May 2 325-6104, www.astorstreetoprycompany.com, $8 to
through May and June, the Tillamook $15.
The North Coast Chorale’s presents: County Library will show the series “After Magritte,” comedy, 4:30 and 5:30 p.m., Can-
of “Star Trek” movies in the Copeland non Beach Gallery, 1064 S. Hemlock St., Cannon
Community Room, 1716 Third St. Beach, (503) 436-0744, www.cannonbeacharts.org,
Join Kirk, Picard and company for free, in conjunction with Spring Unveiling, space is
some epic space exploration. limited.
The doors open at 5:45 p.m. and
the movies will start promptly at 6 Thursday “Quilters,” musical drama, 8 p.m., Astor Street Opry
p.m. Popcorn and a futuristic atmos- Company Playhouse, 129 W. Bond St., Astoria, (503)
phere will be provided. All movies are May 6 325-6104, www.astorstreetoprycompany.com, $8 to
free and open to the public. All of $15.
these movies are rated either PG or
Sunday May 16, 2010 5:00 pm May 3: “Star Trek: The Motion
@ the historic Liberty Theater in Astoria
May 10: “Star Trek II: The Wrath
this week’s music
For Tickets & Information Call May 17: “Star Trek III: The Search
for Spock” Thursday The Thomasian Trio, jazz/blues, 6 to 9 p.m., Lil’
Bayou, 20 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside, (503) 717-
503.325.5922 May 24: “Star Trek IV: The Voy-
April 29 0624, www.lilbayou.net, no cover.
June 7: “Star Trek V: The Final SweetJuice, folk-rock, 7 p.m., McMenamins Sand
Clatsop Community College Arts & Ideas Frontier” Trap, 1157 N. Marion Ave., Gearhart, (503) 717-
June 14: “Star Trek VI: The 8150, www.mcmenamins.com, no cover, all ages.
Undiscovered Country” Salty Dogs, folk/blues/classic rock, 9 p.m. to mid-
www.NCoastChorale.org June 21: “Star Trek: Generations” night, Sam’s Seaside Cafe, 104 Broadway, Seaside,
(503) 717-1725, no cover.
June 28: “Star Trek: First Contact”
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this week’s music Local folkies Naturalist David Douglas
Bill Hayes, folk/rock/bluegrass, 5 to 8 p.m., Cannon
headline focus of presentation at
Beach Cookie Company, 239 N. Hemlock St., Can-
non Beach, (503) 436-1129.
Pickin’ and Maritime Museum
Tom Trudell, piano, 5:30 to 9 p.m., Clemente’s,
1198 Commercial St., Astoria, (503) 325-1067, no
Paddlin’ The Columbia
River Maritime Muse-
Asleep at the Switch Jam Session, oldies/blues/country,
6 to 8 p.m., Garibaldi City Hall, Sixth and Acacia
Rendezvous um welcomes Jack
Nisbet at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, May 1.
Spokane-based teacher and naturalist
streets, Garibaldi, no cover.
The Lower Columbia Canoe Club Nisbet is the author of many books
Ray Raihala, folk/bluegrass, 6 to 8 p.m., Wet Dog
presents the Brownsmead Flats Pick- about the explorers, naturalists and
Café, 144 11th St., Astoria, (503) 325-6975, no
in’ and Paddlin’ Rendezvous Satur- fur-traders of the Pacific Northwest.
day and Sunday, May 1 and 2. Activ- His current literary project, “The Col-
Ron Walker, piano, 6 to 9:30 p.m., T. Paul’s Urban
ities include a concert, potluck and lector: David Douglas and the Natural
Cafe, 1119 Commercial St., Astoria, (503) 338-5133,
organized paddling trips on area rivers. History of the Northwest,” explores
A variety of skill levels and types of the interactions of this early Scottish
“Hope for Tomorrow,” 7 p.m., Astoria High School
boats will be accommodated. naturalist with the landscape and cul-
Auditorium, 1001 W. Marine Drive, Astoria, (503)
The concert and potluck starts at ture of our region.
325- 0241, Ext. 18, ( 503) 325- 7406, nan-
6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 1, at Netel Between 1824 and 1834, Dou-
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, $5 adults,
Grange, 90525 Logan Road, featur- glas rounded Cape Horn twice, made
$3 students, $15 family. Local musicians play clas-
ing Brownsmead Flats playing folk five crossings of the Columbia River Submitted photo
sical, jazz and more. Concert benefits Clatsop Behav- Jack Nisbet will speak about
and bluegrass music. Admission is Bar, and traversed the countryside on
ioral Health and Early Assessment Support Alliance. naturalist and plant collector
$10 per person plus a potluck dish to both sides of the Columbia River
The Decemberists, alternative/punk/indie, 8 p.m., David Douglas Saturday, May
share. Space is limited at the alcohol- estuary numerous times. Along the
Liberty Theater, 1203 Commercial St., Astoria, (503) 1, at the Columbia River Mar-
free event, and organizers need to get way he met a parade of sea captains,
325-5922, www.liberty-theater.org, $35 general admis- itime Museum.
a headcount. Contact Dave Graf at fur agents and tribal families. He
sion, $75 Gold Circle, call or log on to see if tickets
(503) 543-5743 or dmgraf55@cen- made the first systematic collections fur trader David Thompson, “Sources
available. The concert features Michael Hurley and
turytel.net to sign up. Proceeds will of flora and fauna along the lower of the River” and “The Mapmaker’s
Moe Bowstern as well, and will benefit Jessica Schleif.
benefit Columbia Riverkeeper. Columbia and left behind a fascinat- Eye.”
The paddle on Saturday will be on ing store of lore and relationships. Presentations are free with paid
Saturday Bill Hayes, acoustic rock and folk, 6 to 8 p.m., Wet
the John Day River, recommended for A PowerPoint presentation will admission and always free to muse-
Dog Café, 144 11th St., Astoria, (503) 325-6975, no
May 1 cover.
both advanced and less advanced pad- follow Douglas’ adventures by land um members.
dlers, with put-in at 10 a.m. at the and sea with a particular focus on The Columbia River Maritime
Ron Walker, keyboards, 6 to 9:30 p.m., T. Paul’s
John Day County Park boat ramp, on the human and natural history he Museum is located at 1792 Marine
Supper Club, 360 12th St., Astoria, (503) 325-2545,
U.S. Highway 101 east of Astoria. witnessed along the way. Drive. Regular admission is $10 for
Paddlers should be off the river by 3 The Pacific Northwest Booksellers adults, $8 for seniors older than 65,
Brownsmead Flats Concert and Potluck, 6:30 p.m.,
p.m. to allow time to prepare for the Association recently named “The $5 for youth ages 6 to 17 and free for
Netel Grange, 90525 Logan Road, Astoria, (503)
potluck dinner. Sunday’s paddle will Collector” one of its 2010 Books of children younger than 6. Museum
543-5743, $10 per person plus a potluck dish to
be on the Lewis and Clark River, the Year. Nisbet is also the author of members are admitted free of charge.
share, call or e-mail to see if space available. The
with put-in at Netul Landing. “Purple Flat Top,” “Singing Grass- For more information, call (503)
concert by the local folk/bluegrass band will benefit
For more information, log on to Burning Sage” and “Visible Bones.” 325- 2323 or log on to
www.l-ccc.org He has also authored two books about www.crmm.org
Myshkin’s Ruby Warblers, jazz/electroacoustic, 7
p.m., Raven and Finch Wine Bar Café, 215 Hower-
ton Way, Ilwaco, Wash. , ( 360) 642- 7009,
www.ravenandfinchwine.com, $4 cover. V S A
Barney Perrine, blues/rock, 7 to 10 p.m., Lil’ Bayou,
20 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside, (503) 717-0624,
www.lilbayou.net, no cover.
Sunday Country-folk Music Jam, Americana, 1 p.m., Tillam-
ook Forest Center, Highway 6 at Milepost 21/22,
May 2 east of Tillamook, ( 866) 930- 4646,
www.tillamookforestcenter.org, free, all ages and abil-
ities, play or listen.
All That Jazz, jazz, 2 to 4 p.m., Wet Dog Café, 144
11th St., Astoria, (503) 325-6975. Donations will ben-
efit the band’s Astoria High School music scholarship.
Brownsmead Flats, folk/bluegrass, and Swing Cats,
swing/jazz/blues, 2 to 4 p.m., Columbian Theater,
1102 Marine Drive, Astoria, ( 503) 325- 3516,
www.columbianvoodoo.com, $5 admission. Proceeds
will benefit Scott Lee’s campaign for County Com-
missioner in District 1. OPENING RECEPTION
Fri & Sat 5/21 & 22
Astoria Music Festival Preview, 3 p.m., Liberty MAY 1 ST, 4 PM - 7 PM
from 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Theater, 1203 Commercial St., Astoria, free. Featur-
ing performers from this summer’s Astoria Music Lunch Cruise
Festival, Little Ballet Theatre and North Coast Chorale. Sat 5/22
S win g Cats, swing/jazz/blues, 5 to 8 p. m. , from Noon to 2pm
Clemente’s, 1198 Commercial St., Astoria, (503)
325-1067, no cover. SESAMEandLILIES Call for reservations
Ch ris Parreira an d Lau ra Lee Imh off,
folk/jazz/bluegrass, 8 p.m., Fort George Brewery and CLOT HING AND JEWELRY
Public House, 1483 Duane St., Astoria, (503) 325-7468, 1 8 3 Nor th Hem lock Street,
www.fortgeorgebrewery.com, no cover. Cannon Beach • 5 0 3 .4 3 6 2 0 2 7
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Texture is the key in May this week’s music
during the art walk at TEAA Wednesday
Salty Dogs, folk/blues/classic rock, 6 to 8 p.m.,
Rio Cafe, 125 Ninth St., Astoria, (503) 325-
2409, no cover.
GEAR HART — Jason Lambert, acoustic alt-rock, 6:30 to 9:30
Kitty Paino will give an p.m., Pier 11 Steakhouse Lounge, 77 11th St.,
art demonstration from Astoria, (503) 325-1775, no cover.
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May
1, during Seaside’s First Saturday Thursday The Thomasian Trio, jazz/blues, 6 to 9 p.m.,
Art Walk. Paino will demonstrate Lil’ Bayou, 20 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside, (503)
the use of rice paper and other
May 6 717-0624, www.lilbayou.net, no cover.
techniques to add texture to paint- E mily Herrin g an d Hen p eck ed ,
ings. blues/folk/country, 7 p.m., McMenamins Sand
Paino grew up on the north Ore- Trap, 1157 N. Marion Ave., Gearhart, (503) 717-
gon coast, is a retired college 8150, www.mcmenamins.com, no cover, all ages.
administrator from Clatsop Com- Salty Dogs, folk/blues/classic rock, 9 p.m. to
munity College and has taught art midnight, Sam’s Seaside Cafe, 104 Broadway,
at the secondary and post secondary Seaside, (503) 717-1725, no cover.
levels. Her work is mixed media,
focusing on the use of texture.
The theme for the May Show
is texture, and in addition to
Paino’s demonstration in the Kitty Paino will demonstrate how to add texture to your art-
classroom center, many other
artists will have works showing
how they develop texture in their
work Saturday, May 1, at the Seaside Art Walk.
this week’s dance
paintings. Refreshments will be
Saturday Tap Dance Festival, 7 p.m., Clatsop Community
served during the reception. College Performing Arts Center, 588 16th St., $10,
Award-winning watercolorist May 1 open to the public. With Maddox Dance Studio mem-
Judith Fredrikson will present bers, the Tapped Out Tappers, The Main Street Tap-
“Experiments in Water Media” pers and guest performers from Hollywood Dance
from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Fri- Center in Portland. There will be an audience partic-
days, May 14 and 21, at TEAA. ipation opportunity and tap shoes are allowed.
The class is $15 for TEAA mem- Hayshaker Square Dance, 7:30 to 10 p.m., Pacific
bers or $18 for non-members. In Grange, U.S. Highway 101 at Cullaby Lake, Warren-
this fun new class, participants ton, (503) 861-2726, (503) 325-2100.
will learn to incorporate watercol-
or, acrylics and “everything else
but the kitchen sink.” Call Fredrik-
son at (503) 791-0759 for ideas of
what to bring and to register.
Trail’s End Art Association Art
Center is located at 656 A St. The
association holds monthly meet-
this week’s classes
ings at 11 a.m. the first Friday of
Saturday Knit a Baby Sweater, 10 a.m. to noon Satur-
the month and visitors are wel- days, May 1, 8 and 15, Astoria Fiber Arts Acad-
come. For more information, call
Judith Fredrikson will teach a watercolor class two Fridays in
May 1 emy, 1296 Duane St., Astoria, (971) 235-7164,
( 503) 717- 9458 or visit May, at Trail’s End Art Association. www.astoriafiberarts.com, $45. Using circular
www.trailsendart needles, knit a baby sweater with no seams.
Should have basic knitting skills.
Tuesday Fabric Dyeing, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Homespun
Quilts, 108 10th St., Astoria, (503) 325-3300,
Fairweather House sets sights (800) 298-3177, www.homespunquilt.com, $20.
Learn the basics of dyeing with Procion dye and
create hand-dyed pieces for your stash.
on Northwest for art walk Wednesday
Astoria Poetry Workshop, 6 to 8 p.m., Studio
11, 453A 11th St., Astoria, $3. Laura Anne
Brooks holds poetry workshops Wednesday
SEASIDE — Fairweather House and Gar- raising five children. Today, Chisman and her hus- evenings.
den presents Northwest Sightings, an exhibi- band travel full-time throughout the United States.
tion by Carol Chisman, from 5 to 8 p.m. Her paintings depict the places they have visited, cap- Thursday Ballroom Dancing, 7 to 8 p.m. Thursdays start-
Saturday, May 1, during Seaside’s First Saturday Art turing the essence of sights and places. Her current ing May 6, for four weeks, Astoria Senior Center,
Walk. exhibit focuses on the Northwest. May 6 1111 Exchange St., Astoria, (503) 325-7027,
Born in Utah, Chisman has been mastering her art She has received many awards and honors, includ- www.swimastoria.com, $35. Smooth ballroom
skills since she was a little girl. As a child she imitat- ing the Grumbacher, Teague, Weyerhauser and the and Latin dancing for beginning and intermediate
ed her cousin, an accomplished artist who lived next Washington State Fair People’s Choice Award. levels. Ages 13 and older.
door. Her strong interest in oil painting drew her to Fairweather House and Garden is located at 612 West Coast Swing Dancing, 8 to 9 p.m. Thurs-
Doyle Strong at Weber University in Ogden, Utah. Broadway in the historic Gilbert District. Also show- days starting May 6, for four weeks, Astoria Senior
She continued taking art courses with the University of ing at the gallery are the Sense of Place paintings fea- Center, 1111 Exchange St., Astoria, (503) 325-
Utah, in Salt Lake City. turing Gearhart sights by Janet Bland. Regular exhibitors 7275, www.swimastoria.com, $35. For beginning
Chisman had an interesting career at Hill Air Force include Gary Pearlman, Tamara Davidson, Tom Kelly, and intermediate levels. Ages 13 and older. Pre-reg-
in Clearfield, Utah. She was one of the first 35 indi- Dean Wyatt and others. For more information, call ister at the Astoria Parks office so instructors can
viduals selected to build the F-16 aircraft and later served ( 503) 738- 8899 or visit the gallery website at meet minimum class levels. Sign up singly or
as financial manager in the Operations Division, while www.fairweatherhouseandgarden.com with a partner.
6 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend
this week’s events Clatsop Behavioral Health
Twelve Days of Earth Day Celebration, daily
through May 3, Cannon Beach, www.cannonbeach.org
to hold benefit concert
Soup Bowl, 6 to 8 p.m., Seaside Civic and Con- Get ready for some spice in your life and young people, to raise funds for the program and to cel-
vention Center, 415 First Ave., Seaside, (503) 738- some good medicine for your spirit during a ebrate music – an art that truly changes lives.
8585, (800) 394-3303, www.seasideconvention.com, night filled with music. “Hope for Tomorrow” is The evening opens with a classical trio featuring Janet
$30 for soup and bowl, $15 for soup only, children a concert to benefit and raise awareness for EASA, an Bowler and Shelley Loring on flute and Kelley Lark-
younger than 5 admitted free. Proceeds benefit Clat- Intercept Program with Clatsop Behavioral Health. The ing on bassoon. Other performers include Astoria High
sop County Women’s Resource Center. concert will be at 7 p.m. Friday, April 30, at Astoria School Choir and Orchestra and possibly the Jazz
Trivia Night, 6 to 8 p.m., The Ship Inn, No. 1 Sec- High School Auditorium, 1001 W. Marine Drive. Tick- Band; Fox Glove Incorporated, Sam Coffey and friends
ond St., Astoria, (503) 325-0033, $1 per person per ets are $5 for adults, $3 for students and $15 for fam- (three music majors at George Fox University); “Spar-
game. ilies. Refreshments will be available. row” with Daniel Mathre, AHS graduate, and students
EASA (Early Assessment Support Alliance) aids Cabell Tice and Travis Dowell; and swing dancing
Friday United Paws Rummage Sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Bay teens and young adults who are having difficulties with the AHS Introduction to Agricultural Leadership
City Oddfellows Hall, Hayes Oyster Drive and Fourth with depression and psychosis issues, with the goals class. The young people who are clients in the EASA
April 30 Street, Bay City, www.unitedpaws.org. Proceeds will being early detection, treatment and support for those program will perform as well.
benefit United Paws of Tillamook’s neuter/spay and affected. Music is a powerful tool used in rehabilitation, For more information about the program and donat-
foster programs. in addition to mentoring, medication and other med- ing to CBH and EASA, contact Nancy Winters, Clat-
Friends of the Naselle Timberland Library Book ical treatment therapies. sop Behavioral Health at email@example.com or
Sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Naselle Assembly of God The concert is being put on to build awareness of this (503) 325-0241, Ext. 18, or Kathy Coffey, event coor-
Church, 278 Knappton Road, Naselle, Wash., (360) program and the intimidating issue of mental illness in dinator, at (503) 325-7406 or firstname.lastname@example.org
484-3877, www.trl.org. Proceeds help support library
programs and materials.
Spring Unveiling, 3:30 p.m., galleries and busi-
nesses in Cannon Beach, www.cannonbeach.org,
‘Bounty on the Bay’ lures anglers for fishing fun
www.cbgallerygroup.com, free. Art galleries unveil GARIBALDI — The boats will an auction. or by e-mail at email@example.com
new works in this three-day festival. be rolling into Garibaldi as fishing The fundraiser supports imple- Tillamook Estuaries Partnership
“Glacial Flood Deposition” Presentation, 7 p.m., enthusiasts gather for the seventh mentation of the Tillamook Bay is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Cape Disap- annual Tillamook Estuaries Part- Comprehensive Conservation and dedicated to the conservation and
pointment State Park, Robert Gray Drive, Ilwaco, nership Bounty on the Bay, from 7 Management Plan to restore water restoration of the five Tillamook
Wash., (360) 777-8221, free. Marie Ferland, geolo- a.m. to noon Saturday, May 22. quality, enhance degraded habitats, County estuaries and their associated
gy professor at Central Washington University, will This day of fishing, food, friends reduce sedimentation and lessen the watersheds. Visit www.tbnep.org
give a presentation, “Is There Evidence for Glacial and fun will raise funds to support impacts of coastal flooding. for more information about the part-
Flood Deposition on the Continental Margin Sea- TEP’s mission to conserve and Space is limited, so reserve your nership.
ward of the Columbia River Mouth?” restore the estuaries and watersheds spot by Friday, May 7. Make a reser-
Trivia Night, 7 p.m., Baked Alaska, No. 1 12th St.,
Astoria, (503) 325-7414, $2 per person per game.
throughout Tillamook County.
Bounty on the Bay has become one
vation for a pro fishing guide for
$225, which includes full amenities NEW RELEASES OUT THIS WEEK
of the most anticipated spring events with the guide, a boxed lunch and IT’S
Saturday Loyalty Days, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Long Beach Penin- for anglers on the North Coast. dinner, or be the captain of your own COMPLICATED
sula, Wash. Festivities at the Port of Ilwaco, downtown The event will be held on Tillam- boat for $125, which will include
May 1 Ilwaco, downtown Long Beach, most events free of ook Bay and at the Old Mill Mari- dinner. If you would like to skip out
their son’s college
couple reignite the
spark in their
charge. The oyster feed (noon at the Elks Club, 110 na, 210 S. Third St., when the TEP on fishing and just attend the dinner relationship...but
N. Pacific Highway, Long Beach) costs $10 for all you hosts the spring chinook fishing and festivities, the cost is $35. fact is they’re
divorced and he’s
can eat, or $8 for chicken dinner. Detailed schedule at tournament. Bring your own boat or Registration forms are available remarried.
www.funbeach.com/events/loyalty-days/index.html hire one of several local guides, who online by going to www.tbnep.org, Streep, Steve
United Paws Rummage Sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Bay will donate their proceeds to TEP’s or to obtain more information
Martin and Alec
Baldwin. Rated R.
City Oddfellows Hall, Hayes Oyster Drive and Fourth
Street, Bay City, www.unitedpaws.org. Proceeds will
salmon habitat restoration efforts. regarding the event, contact Kaylee MADE
Prizes will be awarded in several Haertel by phone at (503) 322-2222 MILLION
IN THE US
A paraplegic marine
dispatched to the
benefit United Paws of Tillamook’s neuter/spay and categories at the seafood dinner after- moon Pandora on a
foster programs. ward, which features barbequed oys- becomes torn
Sculpture Without Walls, 10 a.m. voting starts for ters and freshly grilled fish, plus
his orders and
world he feels is his
the People’s Choice. Sculptures are located at Tolovana home. Nominated
for 9 Academy
Wayside, the Midtown Bus Shelter and Madison Park Awards. Starring
in Cannon Beach. (Clash Of The
Rainier Marina Market Opens, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Weaver, and Zoe
Who). Rated PG-13.
Rainier Marina Market building, 115 East A St.,
Rainier, www.rainiermarinamarket.com, free admission. CRAZY
Food, arts and crafts, produce, live plants, flowers, gar- Coaster Theatre Presents Liberty Theater HEART
Jeff Bridges won an
den items, live music and special activities. ALMOST, MAINE presents Academy Award for his
performance as faded
Friends of the Naselle Timberland Library Book By John Cariani country music musician
Opening Night: THE is forced to reassess his
Sale, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Naselle Assembly of God dysfunctional life
Church, 278 Knappton Road, Naselle, Wash., (360)
Friday, April 30 at 8 p.m. DECEMBERISTS during a doomed
romance that also
No-host Wine Tasting at 7:15 p.m.
APRIL 30 AT 8PM inspires him. Also
484-3877, www.trlib.org. Proceeds help support library Complimentary Champagne/Dessert
A BENEFIT FOR JESSICA SCHLIEF
Gyllenhaal and Beth
programs and materials. Grant (All About Steve).
Play Dates: Rated R.
Saturday Market at the Port Opens, 10 a.m. to 4 Friday & Saturday Nights ASTORIA MUSIC
p.m., Howerton Way, Port of Ilwaco, Wash., free April 30 – May 29 at 8 p.m.
FESTIVAL PREVIEW “GUARANTEED TO BE IN”
admission. Food, produce, hand-crafted Northwest May 9 & May 30 at 3 p.m.
MAY 2 AT 3 PM ELIGIBLE TITLES: It’s Complicated,
items and more. NO ADMISSION Avatar, Crazy Heart, Lovely Bones
Tickets: $16, $17 & $18
Spring Unveiling, 11 a.m., galleries and businesses Talkback Thursday: May 20 at 7:30 p.m.
in C annon B each, www. cannonbeach. org, Adults: $14 • Students: $8 Liberty Theater Box Office AVAILABLE FOR
www.cbgallerygroup.com, free. Art galleries unveil Sponsored By: Gift Certificates Available SALE NOW
Becker Capital Management (previously viewed $9.95 ea):
new works in this three-day festival. Unveilings start For tickets call the Liberty Box Office Brothers, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Blind
For reservations: 503-436-1242 503-325-5922, X55 or contact Tickets West
Side, Twilight Saga
at 11 a.m. and receptions start at 6 p.m. at all partic- Online at www.coastertheatre.com at 1-800-992-8499 or www.ticketswest.com
C OASTER T HEATRE P LAYHOUSE
108 N. Hemlock, Cannon Beach
Liberty Restoration, Inc., 1203 Commercial,
Astoria, OR 97103 • For more information:
750 Astor St., Astoria • 325 -7310
Coast Weekend / April 29-May 5, 2010 / 7
It’s time to stop and see and this week’s events
smell the rhododendrons Saturday
“The Collector” Presentation, 2:30 p.m., Columbia
River Maritime Museum, 1792 Marine Drive, Asto-
ria, (503) 325-2323, www.crmm.org, free for muse-
NAHCOTTA, Wash. — Coast Community Radio um members, free with paid admission for nonmem-
presents its second annual Peninsula Garden Party bers. Naturalist and educator Jack Nisbet will give a
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 8, at the Nah- presentation, “The Collector: David Douglas and the
cotta Rhododendron Garden, 28409 Sandridge Road. Natural History of the Northwest.”
Admission is free. St. Mary, Star of the Sea School Auction, 5 p.m.,
Just in time for Mother’s Day, KMUN brings its 1411 Grand Ave., Astoria, (503) 325-3771, $40 each
gardening programs to life. Not since last year’s Gar- or $75 per couple. Call to make a reservation for the
den Party has the Nahcotta Rhododendron Garden 24th annual dinner/auction. Doors open and silent
been open to the public. Visitors touring the garden’s auction begins at 5 p.m., dinner at 6:45 p.m. and live
eight acres will see a wide array of natives and orna- auction at 7:30 p.m.
mentals, including rhododendron varieties found Seaside’s First Saturday Art Walk, 5 to 8 p.m.,
nowhere else in the region. downtown Seaside and Gearhart, (503) 738-6391,
Host Herb Mindt, together with co-host and licensed www.seasidechamber.com
landscape architect Bill Jablonski, will be joined by Mom’s Night Out, 7 to 9 p.m., Astoria Yacht Club,
Master Gardener Ann Goldeen, of Coast Community 1555 W. Marine Drive, Astoria, (503) 325-7275,
Radio’s popular gardening program “Diggin’ the Dirt.” $15. There will be a variety of personal wellness
Together they will preside over the sale of a unique vari- including massages and manicures, plus hobbies such
ety of rhododendrons and hundreds of other shrubs, as scrapbooking and stamping. Just in time for Moth-
annuals, perennials, herbs, vines, grasses, vegetable er’s Day.
starts and more.
In addition, Willapa Bay oysters donated by the Sunday Loyalty Days, 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Long Beach
Northern Oyster Company will be available fresh from Peninsula, Wash. Most events free of charge. The
the grill, served with special accompaniments. Regu- May 2 cowboy breakfast (7 a.m., Peninsula Saddle Grounds,
lar and vegetarian hot dogs and beverages will be Sandridge Road) costs $6. Other festivities in down-
served as well. Guests can stroll the garden paths and town Ilwaco and downtown Long Beach. Main event
then throw a blanket on the lawn beside Gypsy Pond and parade at noon in downtown Long Beach. Coast
for picnicking. From the lawn’s deck music will per- Guard flyover is at 1 p.m., just before parade starts.
formed from 1 to 4 p.m. by the combo of Joey Pate- Detailed schedule at www.funbeach.com/events/
naude, Spud Siegel, Dave Quinton and Liam Dunne. loyaltydays/index.html
Mindt, who is also board president of Tillicum Downtown Cleanup, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., downtown
Foundation, the nonprofit corporation operating Submitted photo by Michael Datoli Astoria, www.astoriadowntown.com. Community
KMUN, KTCB and KCPB, reminds drivers on that The Nahcotta Rhododendron Garden will open members will be cleaning up the downtown area.
day to watch for signs and flaggers directing cars to to the public for the second annual Peninsula Check-in is on the Legion Block, between 11th, 12th,
parking areas nearby. Garden Party Saturday, May 8. Duane and Exchange streets.
The Peninsula Garden Party is being sponsored in Sculpture Without Walls, 10 a.m. voting starts for
part by the Northern Oyster Company Inc. and Willa- dendrons available for purchase during the Garden the People’s Choice. Sculptures are located at Tolovana
pa Resources, with proceeds from plant and food sales Party were propagated from the Halls’ unique speci- Wayside, the Midtown Bus Shelter and Madison Park
to benefit Coast Community Radio. mens. These will be sold on a first-come, first-served in Cannon Beach.
Rhododendrons were especially prized by the gar- basis. Spring Unveiling, 10 a.m., galleries and businesses
den’s originators, the Hall family. Starting in 1981, the Local and independent since 1983, Coast Com- in C annon B each, www. cannonbeach. org,
Halls participated in a seed exchange program with other munity Radio has grown from the help of more than www.cbgallerygroup.com, free. Art galleries unveil
growers located around the world. Through the years, 100,000 hours of volunteer support. Events through the new works in this three-day festival. Today’s events run
the Halls developed rhododendrons that remain one- year are presented “By Request” to bring to life lis- until early afternoon.
of-a kind specimens. The Halls eventually sold the gar- teners’ favorite programs. To comment about a program Northwest Carriage Museum Super Sunday, noon to
den, which was later acquired by its current owners, or to make a request for future events, listeners can call 4 p.m., 314 Alder St. in Raymond, Wash., (360) 942-
Jablonski and Mindt. A limited number of the rhodo- the station at (503) 325-0010. 4150, www.nwcarriagemuseum.org, free admission.
Labyrinth Walk, 3 to 6 p.m., Grace Episcopal
Church Hall, 1545 Franklin Ave., Astoria, (503) 325-
Romantic comedy opens at the Coaster 6580, free.
Monday Night Movies, 6 p.m., Tillamook County
CANNON town that is almost a town, find $18, $17 and $16. On Thursday,
Library, 1716 Third St., Tillamook, (503) 842-4792,
B EAC H — themselves falling in and out of May 20, it’s Talkback Thursday. May 3 free, open to the public. Popcorn will be provided. The
“Almost, Maine,” love in surprising and often hilari- The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. selection is “Star Trek: The Motion Picture.”
John Cariani’s whimsical look at ous ways. Enjoy nine tales of love and is followed by an informal ques- Knitting Circle, 6 to 9 p.m., Astoria Fiber Arts
the joys and perils of romance, in the time of frostbite – tales that tion and answer session with the Academy, 1296 Duane St., Astoria, (971) 235-7164,
opens Friday, April 30, at the Coast- aim for the heart by way of the cast, director and set designer. Talk- www.astoriafiberarts.com. Bring your needles and
er Theatre. The opening includes a funny bone. back Thursday features a special dis- yarn and join other knitting enthusiasts.
no-host wine tasting by The Wine Directed by S usi B rown, count ticket price of $14 for adults Illusions of Anderson, magic show, 7 p.m., Asto-
Shack at 7:15 p.m., the curtain goes “Almost, Maine” features Karen and $8 for students. “Almost, ria High School Auditorium, 1001 W. Marine Drive,
up at 8 p.m. and a complimentary Bain, Donald Conner, Elizabeth Maine” is made possible by the Astoria, illusionsofanderson.com, $8.50, in advance
champagne and dessert reception Daniels, Cameron Gates, Bill Ham sponsorship of Becker Capital Man- online or at the high school; tickets also sold at the
following the performance. and Ben Van Osdol. “Almost, agement. door. See the acclaimed soldier/magician William
Magical happenings bloom Maine” plays Friday and Saturday The Coaster Theatre is located Scott Anderson perform his magic and illusion show.
beneath the snow drifts in the remote evenings at 8 p.m. through May, at 108 N. Hemlock St. For more Proceeds will benefit the high school’s honor soci-
mythical town of Almost, Maine. with two Sunday matinees at 3 p.m. information and reservations, call ety.
Beneath the glow of the northern May 9 (Mother’s Day) and May (503) 436-1242 or visit www.coast-
lights the residents of Almost, a 30. Tickets for performances are ertheatre.com ENCORE Lunch Bunch Meeting, noon, Andrew
and Steve’s Cafe, 1196 Marine Drive, Astoria, (503)
May 4 325-3330. The theme is “What are your plans for this
summer?” and the member who presents the most
www.coastweekend.com unusual will receive the prize.
8 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend
Puffins sub for partridges in the Twelve Days of Earth Day
By VALERIE RYAN experts Mary Blake and Kristin Frost-
For Coast Weekend Albrecht. Galleries and shops held receptions
and raffles and sold plant starts. There was
a special show of local artists working in
n Cannon Beach, the Twelve Days
found or reclaimed materials. Visitors were
of Earth Day, which started April 22 amazed at what an artist’s eye sees in parts
and finish with Spring Unveiling of an old barn that finally collapsed.
Weekend April 30, May 1 and May 2, On Sunday, April 25, a free yoga class
promise to be a feast not only for the celebrating the life-giving power of the sun
environment but also for the arts. started the day’s activities in the Chamber
Hall. At noon was an exploration of the
Georgia Gerber has created a sculp- Cannon Beach Trail.
ture called “Tufted Puffins,” two of them, On Tuesday, April 27, Stiv Wilson of the
larger than life, to celebrate the return of Surfrider Foundation gave a presentation on
that ungainly bird to Haystack Rock. marine plastic debris. He recently visited the
Her work of art is one of the finalists in Pacific Gyre located in the northern Pacific
the city’s Sculpture Without Walls event Ocean. It is the largest ecosystem on our
and is on display at the midtown bus planet and has a clockwise circular pattern
stop. These orange-beaked, stubby- comprised of four prevailing ocean currents.
winged birds return to Haystack Rock An accumulation of manmade marine debris,
and nearby seastacks each spring to mate known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch,
is collecting in the gyre.
and raise their families into late summer. On April 30, Cannon Beach’s Spring
Schoolchildren, local residents and vis- Unveiling begins, continuing until May 2.
itors formed the official welcoming com- New works by local, regional and national
mittee April 22 on the beach in front of Submitted photo
The Cannon Beach area is known as a haven for tufted puffins, and sculptor artists will be shown, interspersed with
Haystack Rock. Georgia Gerber has created a bronze sculpture to honor the sea birds. The fin- receptions and demonstrations.
Everyone is invited to vote to determine ished sculpture is a finalist in the city’s Sculpture Without Walls competition. Combining art and the environment,
which of three sculptures will have a per- (See related story on Page 11.) noted Northwest author Robin Cody will
manent home in Cannon Beach. In addition sign copies of his newly-released book,
to Gerber’s puffins, there are two others: cation by the Clatsop Nehalem tribe, the Community Presbyterian Church. “Another Way the River Has,” at Cannon
“Beacon,” by Nicky Falkenhayn, placed at Gaylord Nelson Award was presented to the Starting the day Saturday, April 24, was Beach Book Company from 2 to 4 p.m. Sat-
James Madison Park, and “Salmon Sculp- community member who has done the most the Pets and People Walking Parade on urday, May 1.
ture,” by Lillian Pitt and Aaron Lovett, for the environment. A potluck followed, Hemlock Street, followed by a street fair Even without turtle doves, maids-a-milk-
placed at Tolovana Park. Ballots are avail- with a talk on – guess what – tufted puffins! where 15 different environmental groups ing, French hens or lords-a-leaping, there
able at the sites. by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist shared ideas. After those events, the fine art will be something for everyone in these
On Friday, April 23, following an invo- Shawn Stephensen at the Cannon Beach of gardening was explored by local garden Twelve Days of Earth Day.
Geologist to give talk about
prehistoric flood debris
Reserve Cinco de
ILWACO, Wash. — The Long
Beach Area State Parks will host “Is
There Evidence for Glacial Flood
be given by Marie Ferland, a geol-
ogy professor at Central Washington
University, at the Lewis and Clark
Mayo tickets now
Deposition on the Continental Mar- Interpretive Center at Cape Disap- PACIFIC CITY — There will be a Cinco de Mayo celebration Friday,
gin Seaward of the Columbia River pointment State Park, and is free of May 7, at Kiawanda Community Center, 35005 Cape Kiwanda Drive.
Mouth?” at 7 p.m. Friday, April 30. charge. For more information, con- The festivities include a vendor area from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the cen-
This popular presentation will tact Julie Tennis at (360) 777-8221. ter; piñata breaking for the kids at noon in front of the center; a Charro
horsemanship exhibition at Cape Kiwanda Beach at 2 p.m., with Mexi-
can cowboys and Andalusian horses performing to flamenco music; and
a dinner and show at 6 p.m. at the center. The dinner will feature Mexi- Look For Us
Do you believe in magic? can food prepared by Irma of the Hudson House Bed and Breakfast, and
the show at 7 p.m. will feature Mariachi music, Mexican and flamenco danc- On The
Magician and illusionist William Scott Anderson will perform in
ing and surprise performers.
Dinner and show tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door, if any Internet
Astoria Monday, May 3, at Astoria High School auditorium, 1001 W. remain. Youth up to age 15 pay $15 for the dinner and show. There may
Marine Drive. be tickets for just the show at the door for $15, if there are seats available.
The Oregon native served in the U.S. Army and in the Oregon Nation- Tickets are on sale at Doug and Patty Olson’s Inn at Pacific City, 35215
al Guard as a flight medic and has performed his magic and illusion show Brooten Road, across from the post office. Early reservations are advised
at venues from the Oregon State Fair to New Orleans (after Hurricane Kat- as the dinner/show is expected to be sold out. Table seats are limited to
rina) to Iraq and Afghanistan, where he entertained troops and civilians alike. about 130 people. m
He recently appeared on ABC Nightly News with Brian Williams, where For reservations and/or vendor spaces, call (503) 965-2204. m m
he was featured in the “Making a Difference” segment. Learn more about
this extraordinary performer at illusionsofanderson.com
Tickets are $8.50, available in advance at Anderson’s website and at the
high school, and will be sold at the door. Proceeds will benefit the Asto-
ria High School Honor Society. www.dailyastorian.com
Coast Weekend / April 29-May 5, 2010 / 9
An unparalleled experience
Cannon Beach’s annual Spring Unveiling features receptions,
demonstrations, talks, brunches, and – of course – artists and
ALEX PAJUNAS — The Daily Astorian
Working inside his Cannon Beach studio, Jeffrey Hull hopes their new artworks. By VALERIE RYAN
to have a water color painting of a sunset beach scene com- For Coast Weekend
A painting of the Carmel Coast, by Eric Jacobsen, showing at pleted and displayed in the Jeffrey Hull Gallery in time for
Northwest by Northwest Gallery. Cannon Beach's Spring Unveiling.
n April 30, May 1 and May 2, Cannon Beach will hold cally, I just like makin’ stuff. Whether I’m building houses or a pedestal for Three artists and their works have
its 10th celebration of Spring Unveiling, an unparal- art or a crate to ship it in or making a sculpture or painting, I like working with been selected for the city of Cannon
my hands.” For a couple of years, his artistic bent turned toward music. He Beach’s Sculpture Without Walls out-
leled experience for the art lover. The work of local, and two pals formed the Beerman Creek String Band, still remembered in these door art exhibit. The sculptures will be
regional, national and international artists will be featured; many parts. He decided that he had to find a focus and returned to the creation of art, spotlighted as part of Spring Unveiling
of the artists will be in town. Receptions and demonstrations will two- and three-dimensional. He joined David Louis, a local sculptor, in 1976 and then become part of a semi-perma-
take place all three days. and has been in Cannon Beach ever since. nent display through March 2011.
When this event was started by a handful of galleries, no one knew Hull went to Grant High School, and when he was a senior ready to grad- Finalist sculptures, artists and their
exactly what shape it would take or if it would ever be uate, transferred to Adams High, which was an experimental school conceived locations during the Spring Unveiling
of by Harvard University. As for formal education in art, he studied pottery at include “Salmon Journey,” by Lillian
held again. What happened was what often happens
the Free School (Adams High) in Portland in 1970, went on to community Pitt and Aaron Loveitt, located at Tolo-
in the spring: It grew and blos- college, took watercolor classes in 1972 and was always busy “makin’ stuff.”
somed into a happening that vana Wayside; “Tufted Puffins,” by Geor-
Hull relates that “My parents were both educators and they tell me that from gia Gerber, located at the Midtown Bus
includes anyone in about second grade on they knew that there was an artist at work.” That artist Shelter; and “Beacon,” by Nicky Falken-
town who wants to met and married Carol in 1978 and they went to Hawai’i in 1980, thinking hayn, located at Madison Park.
participate and that it might be the place to live, surf and a place for Hull to paint. After four One sculpture will receive the People’s
“unveil” whatever months of plein air painting and probably quite a bit of surfing, they knew that Choice Award as selected by visitors and
A detail of a watercolor, “Bird A detail of a screenprint, he or she has had Cannon Beach was home. They opened their own gallery in 1987. local residents. Voting will be from 10
Watching,” by Carol Riley, Ted Cary, gallery manager, has been with them since 1990 and both Carol Submitted photo
“Don’t Tread on Me,” by R. under wraps since a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 1, and
showing at Cannon Beach and Jeff credit him with being a big part of the gallery’s success. Carol is at Nicky Falkenhayne of Portland
Keaney Rathbun, showing at last spring. Chefs Sunday, May 2, at each sculpture loca-
Gallery. sculpted an abstract piece titled
Cannon Beach Gallery. the Gallery most days, meeting people and being there for “the boss” in any tion. The winning artwork will be pur-
bring forth new “Beacon,” which will be located at
way necessary. Two of their cooperative, and artistic, projects are Nate, now chased and become a permanent part of Madison Park.
menus, authors read 28, living and working in Cannon Beach, and McKenzie, 23, currently work-
from and sign their lat- the city’s public art collection. All of
ing for a winery outside Eugene. the sculptures will be available for pur-
est books, people How does an artist find his muse? For Hull, taking a walk is often enough. chase through their respective artists.
dance on the beach His favorite subjects are found in the local coastal environment. “Plein air is A total of 43 sculptures were entered
and tufted puffins do hard in the Northwest. The light is constantly changing and you won’t find into the competition, with the finalists
what puffins are known the same light at dawn or dusk or midday two days in a row. Working too quick- selected by jurors Terri Hopkins, Direc-
to do in the spring. ly is not satisfactory, so it’s better for me to take a photograph and work from tor of the Art Gym at Marylhurst Uni-
The centerpiece of all this a study.” He works in watercolor and oil and says that the trick for an artist is versity; Melissa G. Post, Curator, Muse-
renascent activity is the unveil- “just to leave it – to know when it’s finished.” In describing his work meth- um of Glass, Tacoma, Wash.; and Rock
ing of works of art by 10 galleries. ods, he says that he has to have everything ready before he begins so that he Hushka, Curator of Contemporary and
The art is two-dimensional, three- isn’t distracted by looking for what he needs. “Then, I try to get as much stu- Northwest Art at the Tacoma Art Muse-
dio time as possible, cloister myself and paint!” Summer is such a busy time Though he starts with a recognizable scene, Randall Tipton’s
dimensional, watercolor, oil, char- paintings take on an abstract expression. He is showing at um.
coal and any other medium used for in the gallery that Hull does most of his studio work in other seasons. In his F or more information, visit
White Bird Gallery.
artistic expression – and the results are spec- typically organized fashion, he keeps a to-do list and makes sure that he’s on www.ci.cannon-beach.or.us or www.can-
tacular. top of it by the time summer rolls around again. nonbeach.org
One of the galleries that has participat- While art is serious business for Hull, he has never lost his whimsical side.
ed since the beginning is Jeffrey Hull One day he found a big egg carton, right in the middle of Hemlock, windblown,
Gallery. Hull will showcase several new soaking wet and folded over in what looked like a wave to this artist-surfer.
original works again this spring and He rescued it from oblivion, dried it out, mounted it on a beautiful base and
will also have a new giclée print showed it on a pedestal in the Gallery. Art, like beauty, is in the eye of the
available. beholder, and Hull has a good eye.
A Portland native, Hull As a permanent, year-round Cannon Beach resident, Hull supports the com-
started coming to the munity in the very best way an artist can: by giving his art where it will do
coast 40 years ago. He the most good. “I would be a terrible committee person; I need big blocks of
An and his high time to do what I do, so I have to guard that time. Spending it in meetings,
assem- school buddies especially contentious ones, is not something I care to do or would be good
blage took a house in at. Since I don’t give back in that way, I try to give in other ways.”
sculpture Seaside and he What about the future? “I don’t think that artists ever retire,” Hull says. “I
Lillian Pitt and Aaron Loveitt are
by Nelson decided that the plan to keep working –‘makin’ stuff’ – as long as the hands still work.” It sounds shown next to their collaborative
Davis, show- coast was where he like there are many Spring Unveilings ahead for this popular artist. Georgia Gerber stands next to her sculpture, “Salmon Journey,”
ing at North- wanted to be. He origi- sculpture of tufted puffins, locat- which will be located at Tolovana
Portland sculptor Jim Barton will show wood sculp- west by North- nally moved here to surf, but says, For a complete schedule, visit Christopher Mathie captures movement and shape in his ed at the Midtown Bus Shelter. Wayside.
tures and furniture at Primary Elements Gallery. west Gallery. “Art has always been a part of my life. Basi- www.cannon-beach.net/springunveiling abstract land- and waterscapes, showing at White Bird Gallery.
10 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend Coast Weekend / April 29-May 5, 2010 / 11
mouth of the Columbia
First-class service comes with every order at 42nd Street Café
eing a native Astorian and life-
long dining enthusiast, I don’t 42nd Street Café
know how I went so many 4201 Pacific Way,
years without eating at 42nd Street Seaview, Wash.
Café in Seaview, Wash. Through good (360) 642-2323
press and positive word of mouth, I’d www.42ndstreetcafe.com
always known that it would be a place
I would like to experience. Hours: Open every day.
Although not every dish worked for me, Breakfast and lunch 8
most of them met and exceeded my expec-
tations, and the service at 42nd Street is
a.m. to 2 p.m.; dinner
absolutely unparalleled. service starts at 4:30 p.m.
Watching server Jean Marc Bourgouin – a Reservations advised.
master of the craft – work the room is in itself Take-out food available.
worthy of a visit. Coast Weekend’s Readers’
Choice Award winner for best waitperson twice Prices: Moderate to
in three years, he exhibits all the makings of a expensive. A recent
great server: attention to detail, extensive knowl- spring salmon special
edge of food and wine, impeccable timing,
and on top of that, making it look effortless.
was $34. Regular entrees
He is of a tiny, exclusive cadre of servers in our range from $16 to $27.
area who are truly passionate about giving Worthy of the value.
ALEX PAJUNAS — Coast Weekend
great, professional service, not just waiting A double-cut pork chop with puree blanc and cranberry barbecue sauce is paired Prepare to tip well as
tables to pay the bills. It is unfortunate that this with a glass of Primarius Willamette Valley pinot noir at the 42nd Street Café in service is absolutely
breed is the minority. Many of the restaurants Seaview, Wash.
I visit employ servers that, while usually friend-
ly, merely galumph through the motions, eager Jean-Marc Bour-
to get paid and get home. It is when I happen
gouin, who has
upon a Shelburne Inn, a Depot, a Pelicano, a worked as a waiter
Appetizers, salads, soup
Nanci & Jimella’s or a 42nd Street Café, that at the 42nd Street and a delightful-looking
I remember how wonderful service can, and Café in Seaview, dinner entree. More
should, be. Wash., for eight choices at breakfast
Although the carafe of ice water was always years, arranges
at our table, Jean Marc frequently popped by to fresh flowers to and lunch. Chefs can
fill our glasses himself, consistent with prop- decorate the make substitutions to fit
er wine service. My guest, unaccustomed to restaurant before it your diet.
this, said: “Thanks, but I could have done opens for dinner.
that.” In his native French accent, Jean Marc Beverages: An extensive
replied: “No, no. That is why I am here.” That beer and wine list for all
statement perfectly encompasses the craft of budgets, including
ALEX PAJUNAS —
great service, and the attitude of a great server.
What I love about 42nd Street’s menu is the
Coast Weekend apertifs, dessert wines,
chances the chefs are willing to take. For hard ciders, sparkling
instance, when you sit down, you are brought England style, done well with just a hint of infinitely better than dried. The housemade wines and vintage and
delicious housemade bread, but in addition to sherry. black pepper pappardelle (a wide, flat noodle) small-batch beers.
the standard soft butter, dishes of Marionber- One of my favorite dishes, both beautiful and elevates a good seafood dish to a great one.
ry conserve and corn relish also accompany. delicious, was the Cashew-Battered Prawns Scallops, prawns, oysters, salmon and steam-
Corn relish on soft bread is something I would- ($12), served over a won-ton crisp with sweet er clams mingle with butternut squash, lemon after a few minutes. Should 42nd Street Cafe
n’t have thought of, but it was delightfully off- soy and ginger sauce and daikon sprouts. The zest, chard, white wine, shrimp stock and but- blanch them at a low temp, cool them and re-
beat. I mentioned that not all of the dishes won prawns were cooked perfectly – a little translu- ter. Every piece of seafood was perfectly cooked, fry in hotter oil, they’d have the best fries
me over, but the owners stand behind them, and cent in the very center – with a wonderfully all flavors well-balanced. around.
if they’ve remained on the menu for any length crunchy coating. The café also serves up classic comfort Desserts warrant praise. I usually don’t order
of time, they clearly have a following. A special appetizer of goat cheese and brie foods such as pot roast, fried chicken and fried dessert as I’ve not much of a sweet tooth, and
One such dish was the Roasted Beet, Chive wrapped in puff pastry ($12) tasted very good, razor clams. This is the first restaurant I’ve have generally picked at about a half-dozen
and Goat Cheese Gnocchi ($10). The first perfectly complimented by mushrooms, found that serves really great fried chicken ($18 plates by the end of a meal. But I was told that
thing that startled me was the color. The com- caramelized onions and sliced strawberries, but and $22), with moist and tender meat within the desserts at 42nd Street are not to be missed.
bination of beet, wine and goat cheese made for the pastry’s texture, soggy and soft, was a lit- a crisp and flavorful coating. Few attempt it, and The Marionberry Crisp a la mode ($7) was
a bright pinkish-purple, unnatural hue. While tle disappointing. even fewer succeed. The chefs here know that wonderful, and perfectly shared by three full
the housemade gnocchi (potato dumplings) Entrees include a side salad, something you good fried chicken is made in a skillet, not a people. On another visit I found the perfect
itself was exemplary – light, fluffy, smooth – don’t see much anymore at the high-end restau- fryer basket, and prepare it accordingly. The denouement, Chocolate Mint Sorbet ($3),
I found the sauce to be a little sour and over- rants. Fresh greens come with shaved red onion, mashed potatoes are top notch, as is the house- served in a shot glass with a tiny spoon. Rich
powering, probably the reason I could not grape tomatoes and signature housemade dress- made chicken gravy. and thick, cold and minty, I still only ate half
detect the drizzled black truffle oil, the reason ings. The feta and dill dressing was my favorite, A lunch visit’s cheeseburger ($9, $11 with of it, but it was perfect. A perfect ending.
I ordered the dish. and worked well with 42nd Street’s croutons, bacon) was pretty good, with quality beef Everyone, from the owners and servers, to
Also suffering from powerful flavors was the which are sweetened by baking with hazelnut (though too thin to be cooked to temperature the unimposing bussers, make you feel wel-
Cream of Tomato, Dill and Bleu Cheese Soup syrup. But this sweetness proved too much with any success), very good aged Tillamook come and special at the 42nd Street Café, and
($4 and $7). There is no subtlety to this soup; when combined with the honey and celery seed cheddar and bacon. But I was hoping for a that more than redeems the couple of dishes that
it punches you right in the tongue. dressing. housemade bun. Though there is a certain didn’t enthuse me.
The Clam Chowder ($4 and $7), on the Seafood Pasta Pappardelle ($26) is a fan- charm to hand-cut, fresh french fries, they are — The Mouth
other hand, is fantastic – your standard New tastic dish. Everyone knows that fresh pasta is frequently only fried once, leaving them limp firstname.lastname@example.org
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The pirate crew includes Johnathon
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ment and all authorized performance
materials are supplied by Music The-
General; Kyle Mullins as the Pirate
King; J.P. Cooley as the sergeant; and
Hines, Nathan Carlson, Kai Leach,
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of a major by Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, as
presented on Broadway by the New
Director is Barb Swanson, chore-
ographers are Emily Gudmundsen
The Major General’s daughters are
played by Rachel Underwood, Cassie
tinez and Austin Smith.
The police, or ‘Keystone’ Cops,
Naselle York Shakespeare Festival. Doors
open at 6 and curtain is at 7 p.m. Fri-
and Abby Zimmerman, set designer
is Patty Crawford, costume design-
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this week’s events
PageTurners Book Discussion, 2 to 4 p.m.,
Ocean Park Timberland Library, 1308 256th
Place, Ocean Park, Wash., (360) 665-4184,
www.trlib.org, free, for adults. The selection is
“American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers
and the Making of a Nation,” by Jon Meacham.
French or Italian Discussion Group, 7 p.m.,
Raven and Finch Wine Bar Café, 215 Howerton
Way, Ilwaco, Wash., (360) 642-7009, www.raven- CANNON BEACH — The artists and White Bird Gallery.
andfinchwine.com. Discussion group alternates community of Cannon Beach welcome every- The weekend also includes the fourth annual Sculp-
between French and Italian; call for schedule. one to the 10th annual Spring Unveiling Fri- ture Without Walls, with this year’s entries at different
day, April 30, through Sunday, May 2. locations around town. Voting for the people’s choice
Wednesday Open Sewing, 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Home- Participants include Bronze Coast Gallery, Cannon of the three finalists starts at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sun-
spun Quilts, 108 10th St., Astoria, (503) 325- Beach Gallery, DragonFire Gallery, George Vetter day.
May 5 3300 or ( 800) 298- 3177, FotoArt, Haystack Gallery, Icefire Glassworks, Jeffrey For more Spring Unveiling information and a
www.homespunquilt.com, free. Bring your pro- Hull Gallery, Modern Villa Gallery, Northwest By detailed event schedule, visit www. cannon-
jects and join in. Wendy and Lydia will help solve Northwest Gallery, Primary Elements Gallery and beach.net/springunveiling
quilt-related problems you might have.
Sit and Stitch, 1 to 3 p.m., and 6:30 to 8:30
p.m., Custom Threads, 1282 Commercial St., Cannon Beach Gallery lowed by two drawings at 6 p.m. for oils to fine art photographs.
signed giclees of the winners’ pre- Lillian Pitt will be at the gallery
Astoria, (503) 325-7780. Bring your hand stitch-
During the 10th annual Spring selected choices. The winner does at 3:30 p.m. Friday, April 30, to
ing project (any kind) and join in. Not a class,
Unveiling, Cannon Beach Gallery not need to be present for the first talk about the petroglyph motif in
but help and advice available. No fee and no
will host a two-person show by drawing, but does need to be present her masks and sculptures. Pitt is a
need to sign up.
Oregon artists Carol Riley and R. for the second. Following the draw- finalist in the fourth annual Sculp-
Student Art Exhibit Opening Reception, 5
Keaney Rathbun titled “Birds of a ings will be a champagne recep- ture Without Walls contest. Bronze
to 7 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131 Broad-
Feather.” The show will run from tion. sculptor Ann Fleming will be fea-
way, Seaside, (503) 738-6742, free. Art stu-
April 29 through May 31, with an Sunday morning send-off is from tured at 4:30 p.m., followed by
dents from Seaside High School will have cur-
opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 2, with photographer Christopher Burkett
rent works on display, in drawing, sculpture,
Saturday, May 1. croissants and orange juice. At noon at 5 p.m., with his “Luminous
pottery and design.
Riley is known for her rich there will be an unveiling of the Landscapes.”
T-SPOT Knit Night, 6 to 9 p.m., T-SPOT
watercolors of birds and botanicals. third and final piece of the weekend. Starting at noon Saturday, May
Yarn, Teas and Chocolates, 144 Laneda Ave.,
A passionate gardener, her studio Signed postcards of “Moon Bike” 1, the gallery will showcase furni-
Manzanita, (503) 368-7768. Knit, crochet, felt,
opens into a walled garden, the will be given to the first 10 requests. ture maker and sculptor J. R. Moyer,
embroider, spin or just chat. This isn’t a class, but
source of inspiration for many paint- George Vetter FotoArt is located followed by plein air oil painter
just a fun time with friends and neighbors.
ings. at 231 N. Hemlock St. For more Eric Jacobsen and assemblage sculp-
Contemporary Fiction Book Club Meeting,
Rathbun is a print maker and information, call (503) 739-1415 or tor Nelson Davis at 3:30 p.m. At 6
6:30 p.m., Seaside Public Library, 1131 Broad-
sculptor from Portland. His mixed (503) 701-8232 or visit GeorgeVet- p.m. there will be a reception and
way, Seaside, (503) 738-6742, www.seaside-
media sculptures and screen prints terFotoArt.com benefit for the food bank for a $5
library.org, free, open to the public. Call or drop
are whimsical creations that repre- donation, featuring Sineann Win-
in at the library to learn the selection.
Spinning Circle, 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesdays, Asto- sent a naive spirit embracing the Haystack Gallery ery and jazz and blues guitar by
moments that make up a life. Bobcat Bob.
ria Fiber Arts Academy, 1296 Duane St., Asto-
A one-act play will be performed Haystack Gallery will feature new Rounding out the weekend will
ria, (971) 235-7164, www.astoriafiberarts.com,
in the Cannon Beach Gallery over works by numerous artists during be sculptor Georgia Gerber at 12:30
free. Bring your spinning wheel and join in.
Spring Unveiling weekend. “After the annual Spring Unveiling week- p.m. Sunday, May 2. Gerber is also
Magritte” is a Tom S toppard end April 30 through May 2. a finalist in Sculpture Without Walls
Thursday Trivia Night, 6 to 8 p.m., The Ship Inn, No. 1
comedic farce which is being pro- Mike Smith, watercolorist from and is known for her wildlife sculp-
Second St., Astoria, (503) 325-0033, $1 per
May 6 person per game. duced and directed by Cannon Beach Washington, will unveil new works tures in downtown Portland. Oregon
resident Merril Lynn Taylor. The Friday, April 30, starting at 4 p.m. Art Beat Viewers Choice artist Rob
performances are free and open to the There will be an artist’s reception Wurzer will close the show at 1:30
public and will fill up on a first starting at 6 p.m. p.m.
come, first seated basis. Perfor- Unveilings start at 1 p.m. Sat- Northwest By Northwest Gallery
mances are at 4:30, 8:30 and 9:30 urday, May 1, with steel sculptor is located at 232 N. Spruce St. For
Please Join Our Celebration p.m. Friday, April 30; 3, 8:30 and
9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 1; and
Eric Langeliers showing outside the
gallery and Canadian artist Huibert
more information, call (503) 436-
0741 or (800) 494-0741 or log on
At: 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, May 2. VanDrimmelen showing new can- to www.nwbynwgallery.com
The Cannon Beach Gallery is vases inside.
located at 1064 S. Hemlock St. For There will be watercolors by Primary Elements Gallery
more information, go to English artist Sue Howells at 10
It’s th 2000 - 2010
www.cannonbeacharts.org or call a.m. Sunday, May 2, as well as Wood painted and sculpted pan-
(503) 436-0744. collaborative works by Oregon els, three-dimensional carvings and
Our artists Lynn Bishop and Melinda fine furniture crafted from old-
George Vetter FotoArt Cowdery. growth redwood are on display at
• Balloons for the kids Haystack Gallery is located at Primary Elements Gallery. The
Spring Unveiling at George Vet- 183 N. Hemlock St. For more infor- wood sculptor is Jim Barton of
• Cake • Giveaways mation, call (503) 436-2547 or visit Pudding River Wood Carving Stu-
ter FotoArt offers three unveiling
www.haystackgallery.com dios near Portland. The gallery
All Day 10-5 events, three drawings, a reception
and a Sunday send-off. Images will invites the public to meet and talk
SATURDAY, MAY 1ST Northwest by Northwest with the artist during Spring Unveil-
be on display at the Village Centre
ILWACO HARBOUR VILLAGE downstairs gallery and upstairs in Gallery ing, Friday, April 30, and Saturday,
Waterfront Port of Ilwaco Arriba Gallery. May 1. In addition, Stephen Graham
360-642-7667 The first unveiling and drawing During Cannon Beach’s Spring will be showing a three-dimensional
takes place at 6 p.m. Friday, April Unveiling, Northwest By North- “shell scape,” along with paintings
30. Then, at 4 p.m. Saturday, May west Gallery will be showing every-
1, there will be an unveiling, fol- thing from wildlife sculptures to Continued on Page 18
14 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend
A good fishing trip doesn’t necessarily include fish
By DAVID CAMPICHE
For Coast Weekend
unrise broke atop Mt. St.
Helens in a delicate blaze of
salmon-flesh pinks. Under
us, the Columbia River ebbed in a
sinuous flow, as fast and strong
as stampeding silver stallions. I
was busy smearing anchovy scent
onto a shiny fluorescent flatfish,
and stopped for a second, search-
ing for word or image to define
the big river and its landscape.
Here, off a sandy beachhead on
Puget Island, in the middle of the
Columbia: umami. That word came
to mind, a meld of friends, places, Fishing boats gather on the Columbia River in hopes of landing a spring run chi- A friendly fellow fisherman proudly
nook salmon. A snow-covered Mt. St. Helens looms in the background near displays the prize of the day, a spring
lovely moments, and, well, perfect run chinook salmon.
I was under the expectation that we
would soon catch the elusive spring-run
chinook, the tastiest salmon of all. Catch
it and later prepare the succulent red
flesh, simply, quickly and splendidly.
I was under the expectation
that we would soon catch the
elusive spring-run chinook,
the tastiest salmon of all.
Gossip, political forays and tall tales danced
between the watercraft. We ate paté sand-
That didn’t exactly happen, but a human wiches with provolone, and devoured two
can dream, unfettered by reality. “If wishes thermos bottles full of black coffee. Still no
were horses, then beggars could ride.” That fish.
was my father speaking, not a prescient The sun rose higher in the sky, a bluebird
man, but wise. And I was fishing with my day, for sure. No strikes. Talk turned to
younger brother Jeff, a fine attorney who health care – there certainly was no resolu-
should have been a fishing guide. The man tion here. But friends can argue and stay
is at-one with nature. friends, and perhaps we learned from each
The morning began as night: dark as the other. The boat behind us netted a lovely six-
fur of a mink. Four in the morning, a pot of pound hen. We were all happy to see the
black coffee and an hour’s drive to the busy activity. Along the beach, the tide was expos- A fisherman checks his gear as the afternoon warms and the Columbia rolls on,
port of Cathlamet, Wash. – that was our ing more and more sand. Pewter-hued drift its currents ebbing.
destination. In the same darkness, I managed logs dotted the tidal landscape. Two more
to scratch the side of my brother’s car on the eagles flew overhead. We ate another sand-
edge of a parked boat trailer. The place was wich. The beheaded mountain was sunlight.
like a busy airport. Jeff was forgiving. I was The beheaded mountain was striking in striking in the sunlight. A herd of elk meandered across a verdant
chagrinned. In another 30 minutes we the sunlight. I couldn’t help but remember pasture. We stopped and watched. Now the
dropped anchor, baited the lines and began climbing to the summit of the perfect dome, ing home a high-pitched racket that threat- sky turned leaden. By the time we reached
to wait, a fisherman’s ultimate fate. years ago, before the eruption. Then, the ened the Zen-calm of currents: the river, Willapa Bay, the rain began to drop, first in
climb was arduous, the vista stunning. On breeze in cottonwoods and a new cooler lean intermittent drops, and then, the full
The morning began as night: such a morning, human potential seemed wind that began to pulse from the west. meal deal. We didn’t mind. We had been
undaunted. This morning glowed with that Clouds were scudding upriver as we fishing together, brothers and friends. Sit-
dark as the fur of a mink. same optimism. Nature can do that. So can pulled anchor. Back at the docks, a game ting in our boat, I had imagined the Chinook
the promise of salmon. officer informed us that 30 salmon had been people, in their handsome cedar craft, talk-
While we waited, we talked. An eagle We began to peel off extra layers of caught and registered that day. We didn’t feel ing, laughing, bragging. The river ebbing or
soared overhead, its wingspan certainly close clothes, protection against a spring frost unlucky. We felt blessed. Driving home, flooding. Multitudes of eagles and geese. A
to six feet. The cottonwoods were blooming, that never materialized. The wind sauntered my brother kept spouting effusively about the Swainson hawk, gyrating in wide sky circles,
announcing, as they do, the arrival of spring- from the east. The water was smooth and natural beauty of the valleys we crisscrossed rising with the updraft. Soaring. Soaring.
time. Yes, it was cold in dawn’s early light. consoling. But no fish. No matter, the fish- as we drove toward the Peninsula: Grays, Suddenly, I didn’t have to imagine anoth-
More boats arrived, including a boyhood ermen were happy. Happy except for the Deep River and Naselle, lush with early er time and place. The moment was ours,
friend from South Bend, Wash. We tied our whine of four-wheeled ATVs racing along the spring growth, three rivers snaking through, ours to share, here and now, and so close to
boats together and fished off the sterns. beach opposite us, those engines hammer- spangling like a silver chain burnished by home.
Coast Weekend / April 29-May 5, 2010 / 15
The New York Times Magazine Crossword Puzzle
MONUMENTAL ACHIEVEMENT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
BY ELIZABETH C. GORSKI / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZ 19 20 21 22
When this puzzle is done, the seven circled letters can be arranged to spell a common 23 24 25 26
word, which is missing from seven of the clues, as indicated by [ ]. Connect the seven
letters in order with a line and you will get an outline of the object that the word names. 27 28 29 30
ACROSS transport from the Under the ___” 26 Genesis landing 31 32 33 34 35 36
1 Tubs Bronx to Coney Island 115 “___ Death” site
6 Dead 61 Throat soother (Grieg movement) 32 “I love,” in Latin 37 38 39 40
11 Large amount 63 Like clogs 116 Flat storage place 33 Tizzy
41 42 43 44 45
15 Imported cheese 65 After, in Avignon 117 Headless 34 “Krazy” one
19 Tribe of Israel 66 Paris attraction Horseman, e.g. 36 Financial inst. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54
20 Resident of a that features a [ ] 118 Way: Abbr. that bought PaineWeb-
country that’s 97% 69 Passes over 119 Larry who ber in 2000 55 56 57 58 59
mountains and desert 70 Football shoes played Tony in 38 Upper hand
21 Sailor’s direction 72 Nervousness “West Side Story” 39 “I’m impressed!” 60 61 62 63 64
22 “Here I ___ 73 Low clouds 120 Compost units 40 At ___ for words
Worship” (contem- 75 Fannie ___ 121 Professional grps. 41 Suffix with con- 65 66 67 68 69
porary hymn) (some investments) tradict 70 71 72 73 74
23 [ ] 76 Prenatal proce- DOWN 42 Nutritional regi-
27 Fling dures, informally 1 Almanac tidbits men 75 76 77 78 79
28 English connec- 78 [ ] 2 “Give it ___” 43 Parts of some
tions 80 Coast Guard 3 “___ Foolish Mediterranean 80 81 82 83 84
29 “Le Déjeuner rank: Abbr. Things” (1936 hit) orchards
des Canotiers,” e.g. 81 Snow fall 82 4 Deems worthy 47 French pronoun 85 86 87 88
30 You may get a Run ___ of 5 Canadian-born 48 Exists no more
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37 [ ] Research Center 9 Prefix with sex 53 Double-crosser
114 115 116 117
41 Leaving for 87 Trumpet 10 Cookie holder 54 Payroll stub IDs
44 “Go on!” 89 [ ] that was the 11 Seattle’s ___ 56 Fields 118 119 120 121
45 “A pity” creation of an archi- Field 57 History
46 Charles, for one tect born 4/26/1917 12 Like some cell 58 Covered walk-
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(with) 98 Atomic centers 13 Part of a Virgin 59 Joltin’ Joe MTV series, infor- 85 Baton Rouge sch. 92 Kind of romance Sask.
49 Start of a 99 Mozart’s birth- Atlantic fleet 61 “Thin Ice” star mally 86 “Wheel of For- 93 Least friendly 106 Mrs. Dithers of
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58 Pizza orders 104 Breakdown of 16 Composer 64 “___, is it I?” 79 Ophthalmolo- 88 They’re nuts 100 Some have forks 111 Brown, e.g.:
59 Glossy black social norms Shostakovich 65 Tip-top gist’s study 89 Sitting areas, 101 How some peo- Abbr.
birds 106 Naval officer: 17 Like Berg’s 67 Pinup boy 81 Anatomical slangily? ple solve crosswords 112 Chemical suffix
60 New York City Abbr. “Wozzeck” 68 “___ Wood cavities 90 How rain 102 Singer/actress 113 Spanish Mrs.
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coast weekend this week’s youth events Spring
May Day Sail Away, noon, Astoria Aquatic
Center, 1997 Marine Drive, Astoria, (503) 325-
7027, www.swimastoria.com, general admission
plus $1, no extra charge for pass holders. Build
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220 Plexes 260 Commercial 400 Misc Wanted building starts at noon and the boats set sail at Gallery details
Warrenton: Luxury duplex, w/2 Rental CASH FOR CLUNKER'S 1 p.m.
master suites, den, vaulted Buying junk or running cars,
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laundry room, storage room, 800 square feet and up.
garage, covered patio, gas Starting at $.50 square feet.
tractors and metal of any
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fireplace, fenced Backyard, 3 (503)440-6945 Columbia River Maritime Museum, 1792 Marine
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Unfurnished 361 - 1265 square-feet exhibit hunts and crafts. and enjoy poetry readings by Dis-
commercial space $400 -
2000-square-feet townhouse in $1250 a month.
410 Musical trict 5 County Commissioner Bob
Warrenton on the river. Beach Property
Instruments Wednesday Cinco de Mayo Celebration, 10 to 11 a.m., Mushen and Astoria’s own “fisher
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view $400 River views,150-4000 square Partially
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compost. For the garden.
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Astoria: 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 7494
(503)458-6821. inquisitive minds who want to discover an appre- During the 10th annual Spring
great views, semi-finished
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clean. $1250/month. Pets
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485 Pets &
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private cabin. $550.00 + (541)404-1860 Warrenton tion in his paintings, reducing the
motion detector lights to make
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Warrenton area 2 bedroom, 1
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FURNITURE • ART GALLERY
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18 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend
Astoria Music Festival
announces preview open house
The Astoria Music Fes- The program includes the North
tival and the Liberty Theater Coast Chorale, Denise Reed-
invite the community to a Hinds, conductor, with highlights
musical open house, previewing from Mendelssohn’s “Elijah,” fea-
the 2010 Astoria Music Festival turing baritone Deac Guidi; Mad-
and honoring the many volunteers dox Dance Studio’s Little Ballet
who make it all possible. Theatre, Jeanne Maddox Peterson, Dannell Davis, DVM
The afternoon event will be director; Astoria Music Festival
hosted by Artistic Director Keith All-Stars with Tchaikovsky’s Friendly, loving care for your:
Clark. Astoria Music Festival “Music For Violin and Piano,”
artists will perform excerpts from featuring Darin Qualls, violin and Dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, pocket pets,
the 2010 repertoire, including Cary Lewis, piano; Grieg’s chickens, goats, sheep, exotics
scenes from Edvard Grieg’s “Peer “Solveig’s Song” from “Peer
Gynt” and Alban Berg’s Gynt,” and popular highlights from Pet cremation services:
“Wozzeck.” The concert’s per- opera and Broadway, featuring
formers will be featured in this Amy Hansen, soprano and Cary Private, respectful care of your pet’s remains
summer’s Astoria Music Festival Lewis, piano. The concert con- State-of-the-art crematory • Fast turn-around time
productions. The concert will be cludes with a reception for per- Large selection of urns available
held at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 2, at formers, volunteers and audience in SEASIDE’S LARGEST
the Liberty Theater, 1203 Com- the McTavish Room of the Liber- 35109 HWY. 101 BUS. MON-FRI 8-5:30 Please call for an appointment ART GALLERY
mercial St., and is free of charge. ty Theater. (near Miles Crossing) SAT 8AM-NOON
503-325-1581 2nd Anniversary Sale
10% Discount from
CAMP 18 RESTAURANT these featured artist
Mel & Becky Clark
Jim & Suzanne Derham
Sunday, May 9, 2010 FORT COLUMBIA THEATRE Lisa Gillespie
9AM - 3PM Nikki Nan Heitz
Entrees Four weekends in May Dave & Mary Hill
Pepper Crusted Round Roast Jan & Art Herring
Honey & Pineapple Glazed Pit Ham Breakfast Dishes (May 7 through May 30)
Scrambled Eggs Sandy Holloway
Oven Roasted Fried Chicken
Fried Shrimp Bacon/Sausage Links Fridays at 7:30pm Ron Jordan
Waffles with Fresh Sliced Strawberries Mark Kenny
Side Dishes Biscuits & Sausage Gravy Saturdays & Sundays Jack Leake
Garlic Mashed Potatoes/Fried Potatoes
Rice Pilaf/Broccoli with Cheese Sauce
Matinees at 3:00pm Barbara Lester
Assorted Salads Jean McKinney
Glazed Baby Carrots Tickets are $15 each and available at: Mary Michalsky
Assorted Homemade Desserts Okie’s Thriftway in Ocean Park Quint Norlander
Stormin’ Norman’s in Long Beach Solfrid Price
Note: tickets at the door based on Raven
Reservations Gladly Accepted availability
Adults $19.99 Jim & Darla Reed
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Seniors $17.99 www.camp18restaurant.com
or 360-665-6530 Ronni
Children 6-12 $9.99 s r r
42362 HIGHWAY 26
Jim & Lori Stocker
A production of Tams-Widmark Music Library, Inc.
5 and Under FREE! Book by Michael Stewart/Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman
Based on Play “The Matchmaker” by Thornton Wilder Becky Sue
Located at Milepost 18 on Hwy. 26
C by the Sea Food Products
Cary’s of Oregon
Crooked Willow Farm
Mission Valley Wood Crafts
Tamarack Timber Works
Yoder Cedar Works
Hwy 101 & Ave. U
Seaside, OR • 503-738-8101
Coast Weekend / April 29-May 5, 2010 / 19
May – September, SummerFest Weekends
May 1st & 2nd, 60th Annual Loyalty Days
May 1st, Children’s Loyalty Parade & Blessing of the Fleet (Ilwaco, WA)
May 15th, 10th Annual Surf Perch Derby
May 28th – 30th, World’s Longest Garage Sale (Memorial Day Weekend)
June 12th, Beach to Chowder 10K Run/Half Marathon/5K Walk or Run
June 25th & 26th, 4th Annual Doggie Olympic Games
July 4th, Fireworks on the Beach
July 5th, Beach Clean Up Day
July 14th – 17th, 26th Annual SandSations
July 24th & 25th, 65th NPRA Sanctioned Rodeo
July 30th & 31st Jake the Alligator Man’s Birthday & Car Show
August 7th, Jake the Alligator Man’s Children’s Birthday Bash
August 16th – 22nd, 29th Annual Washington State International Kite Festival
October 8th – 9th, One Sky, One World Kite Carnival
November 5th – 7th, Cribbage Tournament
November 26th – 28th, Holidays at the Beach
December 31st, Fireworks at Midnight over the Ocean
March 25th – 27th, 2011, Bluegrass Festival
For m ore in form a tion on th ese even ts,con ta ct th e City of Lon g B ea ch a t 360-64 2-4 4 21
or th e Lon g B ea ch Pen in su la Visitors B u rea u a t 800-4 5 1-25 4 2
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20 / April 29-May 5, 2010 / Coast Weekend