See also: The Newport Chamber of Commerce Calendar of Events for a complete listing of events in Newport.
Newport Farmers MarketOpen Saturdays, year-round
Summer Market - outdoors (next to city hall) - 9 am to 1 pm
Winter Market - indoors (county fairgrounds exhibit hall) - 10 am - 2 pm
Local organic growers, market gardeners and green thumbs bring their fresh produce to the market. Saturday mornings you will find them busy setting up their tables with the season's best. Early in the season the tables are loaded with peas, lettuces, greens, radishes, new potatoes, and herbs. Later, the season brings varieties of berries, peppers, broccoli, peaches, pickling cucumbers, carrots, corn onions, squash, tomatoes, apples, and much more.
The Newport Farmers' Market has more than produce and garden blooms. You will find beautiful arts and crafts, unique services and fun events. Hand made soaps, knitted and felted hats, garden art, wooden planters, beautiful jewelry, tie dye clothing, photography, art glass, and much, much more. You can also get a massage and listen to great music! All of the handcrafted items at the Market are made by local artists. A fun place to shop for the perfect gift.
Traditional High Tea @ The Grand Victorian!!Friday, every week
Time 12:30pm - 5:30pm
@The Grand Victorian
105 NW Coast Street
Tickets: $15 per person
More information: 541-265-4490 and 800-784-9936
Event Description: High tea includes: a pot of tea, 4 savories, scones, Devonshire cream and 3 desserts.
The Taming of the ShrewApril 3rd - 26th
@ Newport Peforming Arts Center
Red Octopus Theatre Company presents William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, April 3rd - 26th, 2015, at the Newport Performing Arts Center.
Newport Paper Arts Festival at the Newport Visual Arts Center777 NW Beach Drive
April 17 - 19
all day event
Fees/Admission: See registration sheet for workshop fees
Event Description: Now entering its 20th year, the annual Newport Paper Arts Festival features three days of innovative, informative and exciting one-day workshops celebrating paper-making, surface embellishment, bookmaking, bindings, articles made of paper, and techniques and tools for working with paper and fibers, all at the Newport Visual Arts Center. It's usually accompanied by an exhibition and sale of work by the instructors at the festival. - See more.
59th Annual Newport Loyalty Day & Sea Fair FestivalApril 30-May 3
More info: 541-961-1042
Event Description: We invite you to join with us April 30- May 3rd, 2015 in celebrating the 59th annual Newport Loyalty Day & Sea Fair Festival. Originally started in the late 1930's to boost tourism with a free Crab dinner, the festival has evolved to include our traditional hometown parade, the queen's coronation, Davis Show Carnival, Vietnam Veterans remembrances with the annual Memorial reading of the Names, and numerous other activities hosted throughout the city by our businesses and nonprofits alike.
Beach BashMay 9th
6pm - 10pm
@ Embarcadero Resort
Organization: CASA of Lincoln County
Event Description: Annual fund raising event to benefit CASA of Lincoln County - Dinner, music, silent & live auctions. Many of our supporters regularly wear tropical "beach-themed" attire. It is a fun time for a serious issue. Our mission is to speak for the best interests of abused an neglected children in court.
Tall Ship Days - Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain in Newport
May 14 - 26
Organization: Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority
More information: 800-200-5239
Brewer's Memorial Ale FestMay 15th and 16th
@ Rogue Brewery – 2320 Marine Science Drive in Newport
Questions: Call 541-867-3660
Event Description: The Largest Dog-Beer Festival in the World. Festival proceeds benefit Lincoln County Animal Charities.
Flippers, Feathers & Fins 5K (& Kids' Dash)Saturday, May 16th
Time: 8am - 12:00pm
5k Start: 8:00 AM
Kids Dash Start: Approx. 8:40 AM
@ the Oregon Coast Aquarium
Event Description: Come for a race, stay for an aquarium adventure! Every participant in the 3rd Annual Flippers, Feathers and Fins 5k and Kids Dash will not only take part in a fun race, they will receive free entry to the Oregon Coast Aquarium for the rest of the day and a race medal to show off their accomplishment!
This 5K (3.1 mile) route will start and end at the Oregon Coast Aquarium and includes running through the Aquarium to the finish line. This event is perfect for the speedy, the slow and everyone in between. The Flippers, Feathers and Fins 5k seeks to promote healthy lifestyles on the coast and proceeds will benefit animal care programs at the Oregon Coast Aquarium.
The Kids Dash is a fun way to get kids ages 2-9 involved in their first race too, teaching them about fitness and giving them a chance to cross a real finish line. This closed course is perfect for your little athlete.
Winners Announced: 9:15 AM
Oregon Coast Agate Club's 52nd Annual GEM & MINERAL SHOW - "Rock'n the Coast"Saturday, June 6th from 10am to 6pm
Sunday, June 7th from 10am to 4pm
Organization: Oregon Coast Agate Club
Where: National Guard Armory
Address: 541 SW Coast Hwy
Door Prizes, Raffle, Displays and Silent Auction
Admission: Adults $2, Children 12 and under are FREE. Active individuals in uniforms with ID get free admission.
More info at www.coastagates.org/ or on Facebook: Oregon Coast Agate Club
CHA's 5th Annual Newport Celtic Festival & Highland GamesFri-Sun, June 12-14
Organization: Celtic Heritage Alliance (CHA)
@ Lincoln County Fairgrounds
633 NE 3rd St
Organized by the Celtic Heritage Alliance, the Newport Celtic Festival & Highland Games is one of many year-round events which support its ongoing mission to promote and preserve Celtic culture on the Oregon coast.
Each summer, visitors from all over the Pacific Northwest flock to Newport, Oregon to join in this celebration of Celtic culture which spans the seven Celtic nations of Brittany, Cornwall, Galicia, Ireland, Isle of Man, Scotland & Wales.
For more information call 541-574-9366 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 Lincoln County FairAugust 14, 15, 16
@ The Lincoln County Fairgrounds
Event Description There will be a carnival, 4-H program, entertainment. Local fishermen and artists are also coming. Hosted by OSU Extension.