Tuesday, February 4, 2014


It’s become a Lincoln City tradition every February – Antique Week! The week is so popular, it’s actually 10 days long – from February 7 to 17 this year.

SCAVENGER HUNT. The week features an Antique Store Scavenger Hunt, which will lead you through Lincoln City’s many and varied antique shops. Look for special sales as you go.

SPECIAL GLASS FLOATS. As part of Antique Week, 300 antique Japanese floats will be hidden on the beach for you to find and keep. On Valentine’s Day, 50 red glass floats will be placed on the beaches.

HISTORIC EXHIBITS. Check the North Lincoln County Historical Museum for a display of vintage Valentines and vintage quilts. (Find the museum at 4907 SW Hwy 101. It’s open from noon to 5 pm Wednesday through Saturday.
APPRAISALS. Local antique experts will offer appraisals for your antiques and collectibles.
HISTORIC TOURS. Take a free bus ride with a guided tour of the city and learn about the olden days – including haunted houses and ghost ships.
SWEETHEART DANCE. On Valentine’s Day, the Lincoln Pops Orchestra will perform at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
In addition, the Bijou Theater will have a theme-related classic movie: Somewhere in Time.
For more information on Antique Week activities, visit the Lincoln City tourism website: http://www.oregoncoast.org/

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Monday, January 13, 2014



There’s plenty to do this weekend in Lincoln City.


JAN 18 - 19

Experience the largest wood carving show in all of Oregon at the Coastal Carvers’ 22nd Annual "Artistry In Wood Show 2014" on January 18 and 19 at Chinook Winds Convention Center, 1777 N.W. 44th St., in Lincoln City.
The non-juried show, with free admission, is open on Saturday from 10am to 5pm, and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm.
Free seminars for kids and adults will be offered on both days.
The Theme for 2014 is "Native American"


JAN 18

In the evening, you can head to the Lincoln City Cultural Center, 540 NE Highway 101, to listen to SLIPSHOD at 7 pm Saturday
The Cultural Center website says this: “Billed as Oregon's best Americana dynamic duo, Steve Blanchard and Matthew Snook take their guitars, banjo and dobro to the limit. Best of bluegrass, blues, Americana and Old-Time music.”
Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 at the door. Call 541-994-9994 to buy tickets ahead of time.


The Inn at Wecoma is now featuring plushtop mattresses in its King Deluxe bedrooms. These rooms also have a cozy fireplace and a view of the ocean in the distance!

To learn more about Lincoln City and the Inn at Wecoma, visit our website at http://www.innatwecoma.com/ or check out any of our blogs. We’d love to hear what you have to say as well:

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Winter at the Beach

Those long walks on the beach have their special charm in the winter. A dusting of snow this past week gave the shoreline a new look. Come down and enjoy a quiet beach - and after you return to your cozy Inn at Wecoma room, you can take the chill off in our inviting hot tub or sauna!

There’s plenty of other things to enjoy in Lincoln City this time of year.

Holiday shoppers are in a festive mood at our many stores and at the outlet mall. The wonderful Lincoln City Visitors website has more information here:

The nightspots have a variety of music:

We have a wide variety of excellent restaurants:

To learn more about Lincoln City and the Inn at Wecoma, visit any of our blogs. We’d love to hear what you have to say as well:

Thursday, December 5, 2013


Winter time is “agate time” on Oregon’s beaches and a great time to visit Lincoln City.

Agates wash down to the ocean from rivers and streams that are forever eroding their banks. Those streams are flowing fast and high this time of year, so the agate supply is being replenished.

After they reach the ocean, the stones get rounded and polished in the rocky surf. Then winter storms drive the stones onto the beaches. Those same storms wash the beach sand away, exposing gravel beds where sharp-eyed and patient hunters might be lucky enough to spot the glassy-looking agates.

The best time to look for agates is a few hours after high tide, while the sea level is dropping. Be aware of the tides and know when to expect the water level to rise again. You don’t want to be caught out on the rocks or on some secluded beach that gets flooded at high tide.

There’s another reason why winter is a good time for agate hunting: fewer people! Beaches that get picked over in the summer are ready and waiting just for you.

There are many excellent websites with information on agate hunting. Here’s one:

To learn more about Lincoln City and the Inn at Wecoma, visit the hotel website or any of our blogs. We’d love to hear what you have to say as well:

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Nature's Wonders at the Coast

The natural beauty of the Oregon coast is a sight to behold. This glorious sunrise, photographed by Cherise Glaze, was seen at Devils Lake in Lincoln City. Come visit the coast to enjoy Oregon's native beauty. The Inn at Wecoma is handy to the beach and to the lake as well.

This weekend, the Lincoln City Cultural Center is holding Native American Heritage Day. On Saturday, November 9, from noon to 4, area tribal members will discuss traditional arts, crafts, cooking, and history. Learn more at the Cultural Center website: http://www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org/events/native-american-heritage-day

Learn more about the Inn at Wecoma by visiting the hotel website at: http://www.innatwecoma.com/

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Monday, October 21, 2013

Weekday visits to the beach are wonderful. You feel like you have the place to yourself. It's a great place for a run or a walk for you and your best friend. Come watch pelicans diving into the ocean for fish -- or sea lions leaping through the waves. This dog was having a great time playing in the surf.

And when your day is done and you're ready for a break, come relax at the Inn at Wecoma:

We welcome small dogs as well! http://www.innatwecoma.com/pet-policy.php

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

October is a lovely time to visit Lincoln City. The weather has been wonderful, with plenty of sun. And there's plenty to do. Come visit our shops and art galleries. Enjoy fresh seafood. Have a long walk on the beach and explore our tidepools! Birdwatchers, whale watchers, trail hikers are all having a great time as well.

And then there are the awesome sunsets! Thanks to Cherise Glaze for this marvelous photo.

It's a short walk to the beach from the Inn at Wecoma. Check it out at: http://www.innatwecoma.com/index.php