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Posted May 29th, 2023 / Press Releases

Cannon Beach Library Annual Fourth of July Book Sale – A Cherished Tradition

For Immediate Release Contact: Jen Dixon, Library Office Manager 131 N Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 503-436-1391  The Cannon Beach Library’s Fourth of July Used Book Sale, a cherished and time-honored tradition, returns July 1st to July 4th! Close to the hearts of both local and visiting book enthusiasts, this event is a […]

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Posted May 10th, 2023 / Press Releases


For Immediate Release Contact: Jen Dixon, Library Office Manager 503-436-1391  A Fundraiser for the Cannon Beach Library Don’t miss the library’s Rare and Old Book Sale Fundraiser this Memorial Day weekend – Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, May 27th through May 29th, from 12 to 4 p.m. Sale will be held at the Cannon Beach […]

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Posted May 5th, 2023 / Press Releases

Cannon Beach Library Hosts Poet, Artist, Author Jessica Mehta

For immediate release Information: Poet, artist and author Jessica Mehta will discuss her writings and read her poetry at the Cannon Beach Library at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 13. This is a free, hybrid event; attend the event at the library or watch online: The award-winning interdisciplinary poet, artist and author is hosted […]

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Posted April 28th, 2023 / Press Releases

Art and Music Book Sale Fundraiser

For Immediate Release For Information Contact: Jen Dixon, Library Office Manager 503-436-1391 131 N Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110 Spring Unveiling in Cannon Beach: ART AND MUSIC BOOK SALE FUNDRAISER at the Library Celebrate Cannon Beach’s Spring Unveiling Arts Festival! Shop a beautiful selection of hand-picked art and music books while supporting the Cannon […]

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Posted March 18th, 2023 / Press Releases

Author to Discuss History of Mahjong

FOR  IMMEDIATE  RELEASE Information:  Jen Dixon The Cannon Beach Library welcomes author and historian Annelise Heinz at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 25. Heinz will discuss her nonfiction novel, Mahjong: A Chinese Game and the Making of Modern American Culture. The presentation is part of the library’s NW Authors Series. This is a hybrid event; attend the […]

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Posted February 24th, 2023 / Press Releases

Writers Read Celebration Ponders What Hemingway Would Say

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jen Dixon If Ernest Hemingway arrived on the North Coast, what would he say? Eleven talented writers who will read at the Writers Read Celebration on March 10 at the Cannon Beach Library have all sorts of ideas. He might: ask why he left Cuba; tell stories and knock back […]

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Posted February 7th, 2023 / Press Releases

Author Willy Vlautin to Tell Tales of Ordinary People and Play Tunes at Library

FOR  IMMEDIATE  RELEASE Information:  Jen Dixon Ordinary, working-class people are at the heart of Willy Vlautin’s novels. The plainspoken, honest storytelling about how poverty, abuse, alcohol and bad luck shape lives is unsentimental but always hopeful. The Cannon Beach Library welcomes award-winning author and musician Willy Vlautin at 2 p.m.  Saturday, Feb. 11. Vlautin […]

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Posted January 12th, 2023 / Press Releases

Author Liz Prato to Discuss Generation X at Cannon Beach Library

Northwest author Liz Prato is from Generation X, that population born between 1965 and 1980. It’s a generation, she says in her book, “Kids in America: A Gen X Reckoning,” that received many labels. “We were called latchkey cynical lazy sarcastic flighty disaffected alienated easily-distracted late blooming self-involved aimless apathetic skeptical pessimistic self-medicating impatient angry […]

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Posted November 14th, 2022 / Press Releases

Cannon Beach Library’s Annual Holiday Tea Returns

Date/Time: December 3, 2022 – 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm The Cannon Beach Library’s Annual Holiday Tea is returning after a two year hiatus. The event will be held Saturday December 3rd 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. Library […]

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