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.
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History and Hops: Little Belle Crosses the Oregon Trail – CANCELLED
March 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
History and Hops: Little Belle Crosses the Oregon Trail with Nancy Anderson.
Belle Rinehart Ferguson, MD was one of the first female doctors in Oregon. Belle was just a toddler when she was brought West by her parents in 1863 on the Oregon Trail. They settled first in the Willamette Valley and then moved to The Dalles. Belle ultimately practiced medicine in several Oregon locations, finally retiring in Seaside.
Oregon native and Gearhart resident, Nancy Anderson, will tell her Great Aunt Belle’s story, based on Belle’s own written account of her life. Anderson’s daughter, Heather Bell Henry, will join her—creating a five generation span of history.
Nancy Anderson is the Director & founder of the Knappton Cove Heritage Center, a museum housed in 1912 US Public Health Service lazaretto/pesthouse on the site of the historic Columbia River Quarantine Station at Knappton Cove. She is an author, free-lance craft designer and former elementary school teacher. Her passion is Historic Preservation & Interpretation.
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History & Hops is a series of local history discussions hosted by the Seaside Museum on the last Thursday of each month, September through May, at Seaside Brewing Co., 851 Broadway.
Preserving Seaside’s History since 1974, the Seaside Museum and Historical Society is a non-profit educational institution with the mission to collect, preserve and interpret materials illustrative of the history of Seaside and the surrounding area. The museum is located at 570 Necanicum Drive, Seaside and is open Monday through Saturday from 10A to 3PM. More information can be found at www.seasideoregonmuseum.com