Cannon Beach History Center & Museum Fundraiser
The Cannon Beach History Center and Museum’s Cottage and Garden Tour are on!
This beloved three-day event will take place the weekend of September 9th. Tickets go on sale on July 1!
We are coming back live and in person this year, with more homes and gardens featured than ever!
The Cottage Tour is Cannon Beach History Center & Museum’s annual fundraiser, bringing in 20% of our annual income. Our small-town museum is home to over 12,000 photos, thousands of historical documents, artifacts, and permanent and temporary exhibits related to the Tillamook Rock Lighthouse, Cannon Beach and Arch Cape, shipwrecks, and more. The museum is also home to the cannon that Cannon Beach is named for! The tour has received numerous accolades in Oregon Home Magazine, Sunset Magazine, The Oregonian, and the Seattle Times, among others. In 2016, Sunset Magazine called it the “best autumn event in Cannon Beach.” In 2019, we had over 700 attendees and anticipate exceeding that number in 2022 as we return live and in-person!
Schedule of Events
Friday, September 8, from 5:30 to 8
The Cannon Beach History Center & Museum will open its doors wide on Friday, September 8th, from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm for a benefit celebration kicking off the Cottage and Garden Tour weekend. Experience the opening of the new exhibit from the Pacific Northwest Dirt Fishers with Tiffany and Ronny Calhoun present to answer all your metal detectorist questions.\. Enjoy guitar strumming on the porch with Tod Adamson, hosted beer pours from Pelican Brewing, wine from Wine Hooligans, light nibbles, and a killer Silent Auction. Admission by pay-what-you-will donation. 1387 Spruce St. Cannon Beach.
Saturday, September 9 from 12noon to 5 pm
The Cannon Beach Cottage & Garden Tour will take place Saturday, September 9, from 12noon to 5 pm; tickets for the day of the tour are $40.00 featuring over a dozen charming cottages. The self-guided walking tour, now in its 19th year, benefits the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum. Buy tickets online or day of the tour at the museum.
Sunday, September 10, from 11 am to 1 pm.
Garden Tea on SundaY at 11 am with Beaver Tails & Treasure Trails lecture by Doug Kenck-Crispin; tickets for tea/lecture are $25.00. For more info, visit www.cbhistory.org or (503)436-9301
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