Upcoming Events in Lincoln City, Oregon

During the month of February, there are several upcoming events or festivals in Lincoln City you may want to check out during your stay.

Concert – Kathy Boyd & Phoenix Rising

This Bluegrass Group was recently nominated the best of the year by the International Music & Entertainment Association.   They will be preforming at the Lincoln City Cultural Center at 7 pm on February 6th.  More information about the group and their upcoming events can be found at www.phoenixrisingband.org

Finders Keepers – Special Drop

Coinciding with Antique Week, over 300 antique Japanese glass floats will be hidden along Lincoln City’s seven miles of beaches.  When you find a float you can keep it.  You can also contact the Visitor and Convention Bureau to register the float, receive a Certificate of Authenticity as well as learn about the artist who crafted the float.  This is a wonderful family activity that keeps the kids busy hunting for floats and the adults enjoying long walks on the beach.  Please do note that floats will never be hidden in dangerous areas or up on the bluffs/cliffs.

Upcoming Events Not to Miss!

The 39th annual Seafood & Wine Festival will be taking place starting February 25th in Newport, about 30 minutes south of Lincoln City.  The festival will include over 150 premier Northwest wines, culinary professionals displaying a wide variety of seafood and other mouth-watering dishes and many arts & crafts.  Drawing roughly twenty-five thousand visitors each year, you may find yourself staying for the whole festival as you discover new dishes, favorite wines, and new friends.  More information can be found about the festival at www.seafoodandwine.com

Another festival our guests enjoy each year is Winterfest. Presented by the Siletz Bay Music Festival, Winterfest is host to a variety of talented musicians each displaying their musical ability starting February 20th at the Salishan Resort.

View more information about upcoming events on our website.


Winter Activities to Enjoy While Visiting Lincoln City

Lincoln City Activities

During the winter months one can often imagine a coastal town in Oregon maybe quite dull.  People spending time indoors with very little to do or see.  Fortunately for those traveling to one of our Lincoln City vacation rentals that is not the case!  The city is alive with a wide variety of activities and entertainment for all ages to enjoy.  Even if a storm is headed our way, you can enjoy one, two or all the activities you can fit in during your stay.  You may even want to take some time to sit back, relax and watch the storm as many people specifically come to see Mother Nature put on her own show.

Saturday Morning Cinema at the Bijou Theatre

One of our recommended activities for weekend guests at our Lincoln City vacation homes would be catching a classic film at the Bijou Theatre.  For around $2 one can enjoy classics such as The Maltese Falcon or The Jackie Robinson Story.  The theatre is located along Highway 101 and close to our Pacific Winds complex.  More information about upcoming screenings and show times can be found at Saturday Morning Cinema.

Pacific Trombone Quartet at the Lincoln City Cultural Center

Featuring some of the finest players in the Northwest, the Quartet has played for symphonies and bands all over the region.  Their music includes Bach, Ellington and much, much more.  Rain or shine, an evening couldn’t be better spent.  Afterwards, enjoy dessert at the Blackfish Café or a full buffet at the Chinook Winds Casino.

A Fun Activities for the Whole Family – Antique Week

Starting February 5th, the annual Antique Week features citywide specials and deals accompanied by a special glass art drop for those who want to not only hunt for great deals indoors but also search the seven miles of beaches for more treasures.  Throughout Lincoln City and Depoe Bay, there are a variety of specialty shops with an array of collectibles and keepsakes that may be perfect for your home.

Stay tuned for more information about upcoming activities that we will either post to our events page or talk more about here.