Join the Force at ‘Story Time at the Museum’
Kids of all ages are invited to “Story Time at the Museum” with storyteller Doug Force from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum.
New art exhibit to grace walls of historical museum
North Lincoln County Historical Museum will host a new art exhibit this spring featuring the watercolor works of late local artist Marcel LaRocque.
Red Devils, bridges and video screens coming to local Museum
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.
A Lincoln City ‘Tour’ full of dead people with very lively stories
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.
Painting History: Historical museum to unveil new gallery
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.
Force will be with you at ‘Story Time at the Museum’
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 Pines Hotel – Taft in the 1930’s
The Pines was the first destination resort hotel in Taft complete with a ballroom, restaurant and was a place for locals to play cards and gamble.
Summer is coming – Traffic in Taft – 1935
As the temperature rises here on the Oregon coast, so does the traffic. This is not a new phenomenon, as you can see by this ca. 1935 photo.
Schooner Creek Covered Bridge, Taft (Lincoln City) – ca. 1930
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.
Now showing: A “jewel” of Lincoln City’s past
The Lakeside Theater opened on June 3, 1937 (despite the photo saying "early '30's") with "Personal Property" on the marquee. The theater had 270 seats and movies were 35 cents for adults and 10 cents for kids.
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