Art at the Museum for the Holidays

Where: The North Lincoln County Historical Museum (NLCHM)

When: Saturday, December 14th – 11 am to 3 pm

Cost: FREE! Funded by the Mildred and Marie Children’s Fund!

Contact: NLCHM 541-996-6614 – 4907 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City

Kids of all ages are welcome to the North Lincoln County Historical Museum on Saturday, December 14th, from 11 am to 3 pm for this Holiday edition of Art at the Museum. We will have Holiday crafts, canvases for painting, and much more. This is a free program funded by the Mildred and Marie Children’s fund. The art that you create here at the museum can make a wonderful gift for this Holiday season! Have fun, create art and learn some history at the museum! Stop in anytime between 11 pm and 3 pm to participate. Parents/guardians must accompany their children for this event.  

Volunteers Needed

We are currently seeking volunteers who would enjoy greeting museum visitors. Previous host and cash register experience is appreciated as well as an interest in North Lincoln County history. We are looking for people to fill in to cover the front desk for an hour or two a week.

We are also looking for Research Library Volunteers. This involves copying newspaper clippings, organizing, filing, scanning historic photos, data entry, and more. Computer skills are appreciated but not necessary to volunteer. If you love history and want to volunteer behind the scenes at the museum, give us a call.

If you’re interested in one of these volunteering roles, contact the museum at 541-996-6614 for more information Thanks!

Holiday Craft Bazaar

When: Friday and Saturday, November 15th and 16th 11am – 4pm, Each Day

Where: The North Lincoln County Historical Museum 4907 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR

Join us on Friday and Saturday, November 15th and 16th from 11 am – 4 pm each day at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum for our annual Holiday Craft Bazaar. This local craft bazaar will feature many different vendors with a wide variety of different handmade items, including, handmade cards, hand-painted scarves, alcohol ink tiles, crocheted hats, jewelry, variety of handmade ornaments, wreaths, sea shell seahorses, turtles, starfish, octopi and handmade soaps, just to name a few. Support local art and stock up with some wonderful handmade gifts for the upcoming holidays. See you there! 

Last Year’s Bazaar Was a Hit!