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Posted May 15th, 2024 / Press Releases


For Immediate Release Contact: Jen Dixon, Library Manager 503-436-1391  Help Raise Funds for the Cannon Beach Library Come explore the library’s Annual Rare and Old Book Sale Fundraiser this Memorial Day weekend! Join us Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 27th through May 29th, from 12 to 4 p.m. at the Cannon Beach Library, located […]

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Posted May 15th, 2024 / Press Releases

Library to Host Award-Winning Sci Fi Author

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: The NW Author Speakers Series will host Washington science fiction and fantasy writer E. Lily Yu for a talk at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 18. At the author’s request this will be an in-person only event at the library; the presentation will not be recorded or livestreamed. Books will […]

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Posted April 16th, 2024 / Press Releases

Oregon Book Award Novelist Sindya Bhanoo to Visit Cannon Beach Library

Contact: Jen Dixon, Library Manager 503-436-1391 When searching for a better life, immigrants often leave their families behind. Author Sindya Bhanoo will share South Indian immigrants’ stories in her prize-winning novel, Seeking Fortune Elsewhere, when she visits the Cannon Beach Library at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20. Bhanoo’s appearance is part of the Oregon […]

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Posted February 23rd, 2024 / Press Releases

NYC Playwright in Cannon Beach for Weekend Events

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Deanna Duplechain Phone: (512)828-1010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Join the Coaster Theatre Playhouse and the Cannon Beach Library March 23 and 24 as they host Rob Urbinati, NYC-based playwright, for an illuminating weekend of events in celebration of his much-produced play Death by Design. Aspiring playwrights can attend a free event at the […]

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Posted January 18th, 2024 / Press Releases

Local Author Known for Alaska-Themed Histories to Visit Cannon Beach Library

For Immediate Release Information: Jen Dixon, Whether it’s about the history of seal hunting in the Bering Sea or the biography of a woman who accidentally triggered a gold rush in the Klondike, author Deb Vanasse’s stories explore Alaska as much as they document the people she writes about. Vanasse will be the guest author […]

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Posted January 10th, 2024 / Press Releases

Cannon Beach Library Receives $5,000 Grant for Children’s Materials 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Information: Jen Dixon,  503 436 -1391 The Cannon Beach Library has been awarded a $5,000 grant to invest in our children’s materials. The grant is awarded from the John Henry Eldred Jr. Foundation’s Dorothy Louise Kyler fund.  Library Manager Jen Dixon and Board Member Peggy Thom worked together to write the grant, which […]

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Posted November 21st, 2023 / Press Releases

Tea, Treats, and Holiday Cheer at the Library

For Immediate Release Information: 503 436-1391 The Cannon Beach Library’s Annual Holiday Tea will be held Saturday December 2nd at the library, 131 N Hemlock Street, in Cannon Beach, Oregon. This is a FREE community event sponsored by members and volunteers of the library. The tea runs from 1 to 4 p.m., before the City’s Annual […]

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