There’s almost always something going on in Seaside. From art walks and wine walks to the world's largest beach volleyball tournaments and relay races… plan your trip around your favorite events or use this calendar to join in the fun during your stay.
March 2 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
First Saturday Art Walk
Celebrating 20 years in 2024, the Seaside First Saturday Art Walk, in the Historic Gilbert District between Broadway Street and Holladay Drive in downtown Seaside. Free and open to the public.
Rooted Art Seaside Gallery, 810 Broadway St.
It features the woven art of Alysia Love and driftwood sculptures by Erin Paysse, co-owners, and cousins. The gallery also shows pottery, watercolors, oil paintings, wooden bowls, and other works by Oregon and Washington state artists. Presenting an art vendor fair the same day as the art walk, 11 am-7 pm. Also offering a weekly knitting/craft group.
SunRose Gallery, 606 Broadway St.
Celebrating its 21st year, the gallery welcomes former owner of Bliss Mercantile & Brocante Bonnie Bjorem and her line of handcrafted, people and pet-friendly soy blends candles, “LA Joie De Vivre,” which translates as the joy of living. Also features new quilted paintings by Ronni Harris and beach-themed collages by Annie Mattison. Light appetizers will be served, and live music by the Beat Greens…Ray Coffey and David Crabtree.
Pacific Heirloom Art and Collectables, 608 Broadway St.
A Seaside local, Izzy Bean, wrote several stories in Otherworldly Seaside Tales on the beach in Surfer’s Cove. The cover art shows a glimpse of the Prom. She finds inspiration from the treasures in Pacific Heirloom and the shop dog Mika. Izzy is often found on the beach with her dogs while writing a murder mystery set in the Seaside area. She will be at the March Art Walk for her book signing.
Fairweather House and Gallery, 612 Broadway St.
Opening reception for DIAL IT UP, Fairweather’s 18th spring exhibition introducing NW artist Jeanne Cuddeford, who writes about her art, “I love filling in the blanks and finding out what makes a painting sing. I see my flowers from a different angle; the way takes me
they bent in the breeze and showed off against the sky during a Plein Air painting episode.” In addition, the gallery welcomes Jason Lambert, a local solo acoustic vocalist and guitarist, who will perform live. At 6:pm, Seaside naturalist Neal Maine may arrive to speak about the spring season in the local habitats.
TigerLily Gallery, 613 Broadway St.
Tiger Lily Gallery presents the work of Dave Bartholet, a self-taught artist residing in Seaside, OR. Dave is known for his loose watercolor painting style, sometimes adding abstract scenes. He is also known for his wildlife paintings and beach scenes. Bartholet has illustrated magazine and book covers.
Crafted in Seaside, 530 Broadway St.
This unique handmade store features more than 30 local artists and makers. It facilitates a creative studio that allows visitors to use their designs to make keepsake items such as tumblers, puzzles, and canvas-style Reveal art paintings. Representing Cecilia Mushinski’s stunning resin trays, Lazy Susans, and charcuterie/cutting boards. The store offers Paint and Sip classes.
Find additional original art during the day:
Starry Night Inn and Art Hotel, 811 1st Ave., The Whet Spot, 12 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside Coffee House, 3 N. Holladay Drive Seaside, and Antique Mall, 726 Broadway St.