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The Chamber Minute
Summer is finally here! After you’ve celebrated our independence with fireworks at the Mill Casio on July 3rd followed with the fireworks display in downtown Coos Bay on July 4th and before you head out on a vacation, take a look at all the things going on at home, just in the month of July.
The little Theatre on the Bay hosts great country music at the Little Ole Opry, weekends from July 8th through July 30th. North Bend holds their quarterly Sip & Stroll on Friday night the 21st with the proceeds going to the Main Street program to continue to deliver Community Main Street events. The 44th annual Oregon Coast Music festival kicks off with a free concert at Mingus Park Saturday July 15th followed by performances at different venues through July to the 299h. Saturday July 22nd at noon, there is another free concert of Celtic music and Dancing in the gardens at Shore Acres. This year, why not see all the performances.
The active month concludes with the Coos County Fair in Myrtle Point with food, rides, animals, and another parade on Saturday the 29th. Let’s not forget to mention the Apple pie Championships and 4H auction too.
Hey folks, take time to explore our estuary this summer. In Charleston, plan to visit the Charleston Marine Life Center, an excellent exhibit of coastal wildlife. Stop by the South Slough National Estuarine Reserve, out Seven Devils Road, and enjoy their amazing Interpretive Center, excellent resource education programs of all types and the miles of trails that take you down to the water.
So it truly is, all right here on Oregon’s Adventure Coast!
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