Want to learn how to save energy, have a backyard chicken coop, or grow the best tomatoes on the coast? Learn these things and more as we celebrate the 45th annual Earth Day at the Lincoln City Cultural Center . This family friendly event will include environmental group, local vendors, and educational organizations from the Lincoln County area who will be sharing important information for adults, while kids age five and up can create art out of recycled materials and both kids and adults can bring a favorite, or not so favorite, T-shirt to the “Give your old T-shirt new life” workshop.
Get your vegetable garden started with early season seedlings and starts at the mini farmers market. Taft High kids, representing the campus gardening project, and three local farms will be bringing a variety of products including plant starts, early season vegetables, eggs, baked goods and pickled produce. Throughout the day, Carl Palmer from the Sustianable Living Center will be demonstrating how to grow lettuce in tubs, growiing with veggie sacks, and educating you on how to incorporate a go and grow green house!
Enriques Authentic Mexican Tacquera, which makes everything from scratch with as many local products as possible including their own organic vegetables from their farm, will be selling tasty lunch fare including homemade burritos, tacos, and tamales.
Joe Weigand offers a vivid and rousing one-man theater experience, sharing stories about TR that are full of adventure, laughter and inspiration. Through the eyes of Teddy Roosevelt, audiences relive the establishment of America's great National Parks, forests, monuments and wildlife preserves, and hear how a frail young boy built his body and dedicated himself to "the vigorous life." Presented by the North Lincoln County Historical Society, as part of Lincoln City's 50th Birthday Celebration.
This unique look at art will have you pondering the details in a new way. Both Colleen Hickey and Buff Medb Neretin have mounted prints of detailed parts of their original artwork and will be displaying them alongside their original encaustic, acrylic and mixed media paintings.
“Tiny details imperceptible to us decide everything!” - W.G. Sebald, Vertigo