Date(s) - September 9, 2022
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cannon Beach History Center & Museum
The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum will open wide its doors to celebrate an historic occasion – the return of the live, in-person Cannon Beach Cottage & Garden Tour weekend. Admission for the museum’s first-ever Opening Night Benefit Bash is by pay-what-you-will donation. The jam-packed evening rings in a spectacular weekend of festivities to benefit the beloved museum.
The Opening Night Benefit Bash, held Friday, September 9th from 5:30pm to 8:00pm, will feature the opening of the new exhibit from the Pacific Northwest Dirt Fishers. Exhibited will be fascinating relics discovered by mega-metal-detectorists Tiffany and Ron Calhoun, who will be on-hand to offer live demonstrations during the party. Tod Adamson will be doing some down- home guitar strumming on the porch while benefit attendees can sip hosted pours from Pelican Brewing and wines donated by Wine Hooligans. Light nibbles will be served compliments of Grocery Outlet.
Explore the museum exhibits while mingling with locals and visitors alike. Bring your credit card to enter into friendly bidding wars on stellar Silent Auctions items. The Silent Auction features the once-in-a-lifetime chance to host a soiree at the Governor Oswald West Log Cabin with small plates from the indescribably delicious Bistro of Cannon Beach. Other unique items include an eclectic Terrible Tilly Bundle, artwork from famed painter Jeffery Hull, as well as a stunning painting from Miska of Miska Studio Gallery, Cannon Beach lodging packages, and a Sweetie Pie Package including wine, tea, and chocolate from the Chocolate Café.
The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum whole-heartedly invites you to join in the revelries that will provide necessary funding to return to a full roster of offerings after a two-year closure. The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum is a private not-for-profit organization that preserves and shares the history of the Cannon Beach and Arch Cape area. It is no small feat to be re-opening with new exhibits and a better than ever Cottage Tour in the works. History is alive and well thanks to the many sponsors, supporters, volunteers, members and donors that have honored the museum with their help over the years. Visit our website (www.cbhistory.org) for more details and to purchase tickets to the Cannon Beach Cottage & Garden tour to be held on Saturday, September 10 and the Garden Tea & Lecture to be held on September 11.