There’s always something going on in Seaside, from the “Pouring at the Coast” beer weekend in the spring, to the finish line of the famous Hood to Coast relay in the summer to the world’s biggest volleyball tournament. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for weekly updates.
History and Hops: Gillnetting: A Way of Life – All But Gone. Join former Seaside municipal judge, Robert Moberg, as he shares some of the 150-year history of gillnet fishing. He will discuss the work, that was their joy, is now A Way of Life – All but Gone. In the mid-19th century, men in boats powered only by sail or oar, fished with nets at the mouth of the Columbia River. Facing great danger, the gillnetters had to contend…Find out more »
Come enjoy the 4th of July Old Fashioned Social, a Seaside tradition. With food, music, games, a hilarious cake walk, silent auction, face painting, and much more, there’s much to do for the whole family. Also enjoy free tours of the museum. Hosted by the Seaside Historical Society & Museum and located on the museum grounds.Find out more »
The Lewis and Clark Salt Makers Return to Seaside. Join interpreters from the Pacific Northwest Living Historians (PNLH) as they once again bring to life the salt camp which those explorers of the Lewis and Clark expedition established over 212 years ago. When the explorers arrived at the Pacific coast in 1805, they needed salt to preserve meat, along with adding a little flavor to their meals. But the supply of salt which they acquired in St. Louis, before they…Find out more »