North Lincoln County Historical Museum (NLCHM) is inviting artists of all ages and mediums to paint, sketch or photograph historic buildings and structures of North Lincoln County for an online art show.
North Lincoln County Historical Museum will host a new art exhibit this spring featuring the watercolor works of late local artist Marcel LaRocque.
North Lincoln County Historical Museum will open two new exhibits February and install video screens with looping historical footage to continue to preserve and interpret North Lincoln County History.
Friday, Sept. 27 was opening day for the fourth year of A Tour To Die For, an interactive Lincoln City history experience with live actors portraying cemetery residents who tell their stories from the beyond.
North Lincoln County Historical Museum will open the new "Anne Hall Gallery" 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, June 22 to honor the retired museum director's 20 years of service.
Kids of all ages are invited to "Story Time at the Museum" with storyteller Doug Force from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum.
The Schooner Creek Covered Bridge was located at the south end of Lincoln City, spanning Schooner Creek between the communities of Taft and Cutler City.