Lincoln City is Magic During Spring Break!
Lincoln City, OR – Make Lincoln City your Spring Break destination this year. With plenty to do, see and experience, come visit and try something new!
Positioned on the Central Oregon Coast, Lincoln City boasts 7.5 miles of beautiful coastline and is home to a wide variety of activities, restaurants, shopping and lodging options. Whether traveling just for the day or overnight, Lincoln City is the perfect place to take the whole family this Spring Break!
The Lincoln City Cultural Center will host the 3rd Annual Festival of Illusions from March 24-28, featuring nightly performances by professional magicians, a week-long magic camp for kids ages 8-18 and an art workshop for school age children from kindergarten to 3rd grade.
The Culinary Center in Lincoln City is offering a number of classes, which suit all levels of interest and participation. In their demonstration classes, sit back, relax, and enjoy the wonderful food and wine while learning from a pro. Or dive right into a hands-on or intensive class in the commercial kitchen. Kids ages 8-12 will enjoy the hands-on pizza class where they will learn to make their own lunch, including salad, fruit kabobs and individual pizzas.
Glass art is always a big deal in Lincoln City, and Spring Break is no exception! Colorful handcrafted glass floats can be found daily on the beach in Lincoln City from mid October through Memorial Day every year as part of the Finders Keepers program. From March 23rd – 29th, there will be an additional 500 pieces of glass art, including floats, crabs, starfish, sand dollars, and one very special giant float, placed on the beach for visitors to find and keep. If treasure hunting isn’t your thing, check out the Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio to watch live demonstrations, purchase unique glass art or to blow your very own float.
March 22nd – 29th is Spring Whale Watch Week on the Oregon Coast. Catch a glimpse of the majestic gray whales, which migrate along the Oregon Coast each year. Find the perfect spot to watch such as the Inn at Spanish Head or Road’s End State Park, or book a charter just a few miles south of Lincoln City.
If you want to give back a little, join SOLVE for their Spring Beach Cleanup on March 22nd. SOLVE’s annual Spring Beach Cleanup has grown into an Oregon tradition, with thousands of people working together each year to protect the health of our oceans, wildlife, and coastal economies.
Lincoln City has so many fun activities that won’t cost you a thing! Go crabbing and clamming in Siletz Bay, beachcomb along the coastline, take a hike at Cascade Head or Drift Creek Falls, visit the Connie Hansen Garden, build a sand castle, fly a kite, or just enjoy the sand between your toes. That’s just the beginning!
For more information contact the Lincoln City Visitor & Convention Bureau at 800-452-2151 or visit www.oregoncoast.org.
Lincoln City – A Great Place to Try New Things!Contact: Scott Humpert, Lincoln City (541) 557-1110