Manzanita Events: Daytime

While the summer is certainly a great time to experience all the Manzanita events around the Tri-Village area, don’t miss out on the great seasonal celebrations that happen throughout the entire year! Everyone along the Northern Oregon Coast knows how to stay busy if the sun isn’t shining. There are a plethora of programs, festivals, events, concerts and cultural celebrations happening on a weekly basis throughout Manzanita, you just have to know where to look for them: presentations on the area’s rich native and settler history, local artists showcasing their work, a variety of classes on everything from basket weaving to pottery or attending a blues concert complete with that Southern sound. There are Manzanita events designed around kids and families, couples young and old or the quiet culturally minded. The daytime events around Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler are specifically created to keep you engaged and connected into the community, learn and get involved with all the events in Manzanita!

Manzanita's Events: Culture on Daytime Display

Farmer’s Markets, pet festivals, winery concerts and even an annual guinea pig race are all hallmarks of daytime Manzanita events. There are things to do aplenty when you consider all the options for fun that reside around the Tri-Villages of Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler. Visit the local arts and culture center to get in on an impressive variety of classes offered by local artisans, often times free of charge! Get your hands muddy on a potter’s wheel, learn how to sketch a scene or maybe partake in a morning yoga class. Whatever is right up your alley, we bet there's an event happening in and around Manzanita. Check the most up-to-date listings below to see what’s going on in the community and you may just find that perfect pastime for education and entertainment!

E.g., 09/17/2019
E.g., 09/17/2019

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