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New work by Travis Pond presented by Primary Elements Gallery

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Travis Pond is sending U some LUV…Most of our hearts have been recycled…hopefully not made of Steel like his.  XXX

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Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival, March 7-10, 2019

Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival, March 7-10, 2019

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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 7-10, 2019, 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

Cannon Beach Surf

Cannon Beach Surf

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1088 South Hemlock
503-436-0475
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Owned by Mark Mekenas, who can usually be found in the shop, or close by.  We are Cannon Beach residents, as are our staff.

We strive to maintain a friendly (“Attitude Free”) shop.

We like to focus on smaller, high quality companies with products made in the USA or the “America’s” that share our love of the sport and lifestyle.  We  use what we sell!

Quality in our people and products is our #1 Priority!

Between us, we have about 90+ years of surfing experience!

We offer rentals, lessons and repairs all year long! We also sell surfboards and wetsuits both new and used.

We will continue to focus on and sell high quality, hand made in the USA Surfboards from Linden, Dewey Weber, Robert August, The Greek, Hansen, Robbie Dick, Hammer, Source, Jim Philips, Hess and GP to name a few. We welcome custom orders from any of the shapers that we represent.

Give us a call (503-436-0475) or stop by the shop in Cannon Beach, Oregon and let us help you get your new board and surf gear.

We are proud to offer discounts to our Military Members, both Active, Reserve and retiree’s on all products and rental programs.  Ask us!

We carry:
Leashes, fins, Dreggs Skate Boards, Boogie Boards , wax, stickers, jewelry, Indo Boards, XM Radio’s, mags, posters, postcards, hula girls for the dash, DVD’s, cds, books, drinks, OCEAN KAYAKS, and much more!

RE/MAX Coastal Advantage

RE/MAX Coastal Advantage

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219 N. Hemlock / P.O. Box 1147
503-436-1777
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CANNON BEACH – If you live in Cannon Beach, Arch Cape, Neahkahnie or Manzanita, you have probably noticed real estate “for sale” signs emblazoned with a familiar name cropping up. … Expect to see a lot more of them.
The signs point to the emergence of a new local real estate firm ‘RE/MAX Coastal Advantage’, based in Cannon Beach and independently owned and operated by Alaina and Marty Giguiere (pronounced Ja-Gear). “Even though the company is new, the expertise is not,” said Alaina, who has been a top-selling real estate agent in the region for more than 12 years.
She was with Windermere Manzanita for over 10 years, and then joined Kamali Sotheby’s as the managing principal broker. She remained with Kamali Sotheby’s for two years before she and Marty launched ‘RE/MAX Coastal Advantage’. “I know that if you work hard, no matter what the market, you can be successful,” she said. “If ever there was a time to do to start our own real estate company, now is it.
The market is improving. While there is still a larger-than-normal inventory of homes on the north Oregon coast, properties are selling due to great interest rates and stabilizing prices. Buyer confidence is coming back.