Cannon Beach History News
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The winner of the 2013 Cottage Tour Quilt titled This is My Beach went to Seaside resident Kim Williams!
The Museum is now open five days a week from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday through Monday.
TAF grant awards HC $13,200 for 2014 Cottage Tour
The Tourism and Arts Fund grant awards were just announced in November, and the History Center was alloted $13,200 for marketing and development of the 2014 Cottage Tour. Make sure to get your tickets early this year; we anticipate a full house! Contact us and ask to join our Cottage Tour mailing list.
Friday, December 6th:
End of the Year Appreciation Party
Come rock the night away at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum's Appreciation Party on Friday, December 6th. The festivities will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a buffet (provided by Seasons), wine, music (provided by DJ Nacho Bizznez), and mingling with friends (old and new!) Don't miss the crackling fire and fun Christmas decorations.
At 7:00 p.m. the Volunteer of the Year award will be given. This is an event in honor of you; our members, sponsors, and volunteers. Don't miss the raffle with prizes from local businesses. Come and let us appreciate you!
Friday, February 21st:
The Museum's first art exhibition featuring contemporary artist, Aneela Fazal opens February 21st. Fazal is orignally from Pakistan, but moved to Portland several years ago.
In April, Fazal was selected to join 122 international artists to showcase with Global Art Agency at Barcelona Showcase 2013 at the beautiful Gaudi's Casa Batllo. Her piece, "Wilting" (pictured below) won second prize for Best Global Artist at the showcase. Fazal is quickly becoming an internationally recognized contemporary impressionist.
Don't miss Aneela Fazal's debut at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum on Friday, February 21st at 7:30 p.m.
Lodging Provided By
Over the last year, local lodging facilities (Inn at Cannon Beach, Seasprite, Lands End at Cannon Beach, Cannon Beach Hotel Lodgings, Seabreeze Court, Cannon Beach Vacation Rentals, Arch Cape Inn, The Waves, Ocean Lodge, and the Surfsand Resort) have hosted guest speakers and musicians. This has allowed us to partner with Oregon Humanities to host not one, but two Conversation Projects - and to welcome talented writers, filmmakers, and musicians from all over the Pacific Northwest.
The Clark Foundation awards HC $10,000 for the Save Our Cannon Project
The Clark Foundation of Oregon has graciously awarded the Cannon Beach History Center $10,000. These funds will be used to cover the costs of the preservation and conservation of both the original Cannon Beach cannon and the capstan from the USS Shark. These artifacts are important community icons that are in desperate need of repair. A great big thank you to the Clark Foundation for their generous support!
Kinsman Foundation awards HC $10,000 for the Save Our Cannon Project
The Kinsman Foundation has graciously awarded the Cannon Beach History Center $10,000. These funds will be used to cover the costs of the preservation and conservation of both the original Cannon Beach cannon and the capstan from the USS Shark. These artifacts are important community icons that are in desperate need of repair. A great big thank you to the Kinsman Foundation!
Fred W. Fields Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation awards HC $5,000
Earlier this year, Fred Fields left a substantial gift to The Oregon Community Foundation with the direction to use this permanent fund to support education and the arts in Oregon. The History Center is the recipient of one of these grants!
Clatsop County Coalition awards HC $750 for the Save Our Cannon Project
The Clatsop County Coalition has awarded the Cannon Beach History Center $750. These funds will be used to fund an exhibit that will be on display while the carronade and capstan, currently housed at the History Center are at Texas A & M University. To help fund this important project visit the museum giftshop and click on the support us link! Contact us for more information about this project.
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