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Warren House Pub

Warren House Pub

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3301 S Hemlock Street
503-436-1130
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Much care is taken on our menu to provide local ingredients. All of our “smoked” items are done on premise. We recommend the Smoked Ribs with house made BBQ sauce, Drunken Clams steamed in local beer, or a local favorite, the Chicken Northwest Sandwich. Most of Warren House’s ales served are made in Cannon Beach at our other restaurant, Bill’s Tavern and Brewhouse. Please visit us to relax and enjoy – in the dining room, bar, ocean view deck, or beer garden.

Coaster Construction

Coaster Construction

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390 Elk Creek Road
503-436-2235
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“Helping Shape The Character of Cannon Beach Since 1973”

Coaster Construction is a full service company specializing in new construction, renovation, remodels and custom cabinetry.

 

Columbia Bank

Columbia Bank

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Cannon Beach Oregon Branch
503-436-0727
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Bank of Astoria is now Columbia Bank. The Bank of Astoria was chartered to provide financial services to Clatsop County residents in 1967. A group of local businessmen agreed that Clatsop County needed a community bank that understood the financial needs of the local people. They were tired of trying to do business with large regional banks and their local branches. Loan decisions were made out of town and were often slow in their decision making process. Bank personnel were often transferred just when they were beginning to understand the community.

These men agreed: “Astoria wanted its own bank, a bank where decisions were made locally. Their vision of a “COMMUNITY” bank was on target. Today, the directors of the Bank of Astoria oversee a bank with five branches serving thousands of families and businesses throughout Clatsop and Tillamook counties. Bank of Astoria is a prospering, stable institution geared to meeting the needs of the community. Since opening the first branch in Astoria on December 23, 1968, the Bank has opened additional branches in Warrenton, Seaside, Cannon Beach and most recently Manzanita. The Manzanita branch opened in June, 2001 and was the proud recipient of the prestigious Architecture + Energy award for “building excellence in sustainable design” presented by the American Institute of Architects. The new branch has received tremendous community support. On October 1, 2004, Bank of Astoria was acquired by Columbia Banking Systems, Inc. of Tacoma, Washington.

The bank has specialized in providing financial services to small businesses and the families and individuals that have made those businesses successful. Bank of Astoria offers a full range of commercial and consumer products including lines of credit, commercial and personal real estate loans, construction loans, equipment and inventory financing, and home equity lines of credit. Bank of Astoria’s Mortgage Department has competitive programs to finance new purchases or to refinance existing homes. To make your personal banking even more convenient, the Bank’s network of ATM’s is located in Astoria, Warrenton, Seaside, Cannon Beach and Manzanita.

Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival, March 8-11, 2018

Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival, March 8-11, 2018

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With a focus on Northwest wines and regional cuisine, the Savor Cannon Beach festival offers a four-day lineup of wine, culinary and arts events March 8-11, 2018, in one of the Pacific Northwests most beautiful vacation destinations. Festival events focus on specific themes that showcase the bounty of Northwest wine and cuisine while restaurants, galleries and shops add a weekend full of tastings, special dinners and cultural events. The festival kicks off with the Thursday Night Throwdown, where participants taste twelve select wines including two of each varietal, one from Oregon and one from Washington, then vote on their favorites to determine which state reigns supreme. Other events include the Battle of the Blends featuring four red and four white wine blends from the Northwest. The evening also includes the Battle of Bites, showcasing appetizers by local chefs who compete for Best Bite. Saturday of the festival is the Savor Cannon Beach Wine Walk featuring approximately 40 Northwest wineries pouring tastings at Cannon Beach art galleries, restaurants and retail shops, all within easy walking distance in this compact beach community. Many Cannon Beach businesses also participate in a Tasting Tour featuring free or low cost tastings ranging from chocolates and olive oils to specialty salts and locally-made brews and spirits.

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18th Annual Spring Unveiling Arts Festival, May 4-6, 2018

18th Annual Spring Unveiling Arts Festival, May 4-6, 2018

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The members of the Cannon Beach Gallery Group invite you to play along the shores of Cannon Beach and in the varied and beautiful galleries of our town. Nestled between the wild ocean and the coastal mountains Cannon Beach offers art and craft ranging from the playful to the sublime. On May 4, 5 & 6, each gallery will spotlight new work by their chosen artists. Unveilings, demos and receptions take place all weekend long, making this event an unparalleled experience for the art lover.

10th Annual Plein Air & More, June 22-24, 2018

10th Annual Plein Air & More, June 22-24, 2018

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Cannon Beach has not only been named “One of the Best Art Towns in America,” but National Geographic has also listed it as “One of the Most Beautiful Places in the World.” So…what more could you ask for if you’re a plein air artist? That’s why they continue to come from around the world to capture the unique elements of this landscape “in the open air”. To celebrate this challenging artistic style and the work of the artists, the Cannon Beach Gallery Group is presenting the 10th Annual Plein Air & More festival. Scheduled for June 22-24, the event will feature nearly 50 artists creating art on location throughout the town and on the beach Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

On Saturday afternoon all participating artists will come together for two hours in an “Artists’ Swarm” right in the center of town from 2-4 pm. The event will also include live music, and the annual raku firing on the beach Saturday evening. This festival is unlike any other in the country, in that it goes beyond the typical “Plein Air” event, by including not only those working in oil, pastels, and watercolor. The “and more” component attracts virtually every other art form…bronze sculpture and stone carving, metal working, jewelry, woodworking, ceramics and fused or blown glass. We hope you’ll join us. This event just keeps getting better and better each year.

Workshops Offered by Six Nationally Recognized Plein Air Artists. (click for more information)

Leading up to the weekend will be six workshops conducted by nationally recognized artists Michael Orwick, Mike Rangner, Gretha Lindwood, Hazel Schlesinger, Josh Henrie and Linda Gebhart. Come and paint for a few days before the festival, then plan to stay over for all the fun.

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