Hoffman Center Launches New eLearning Program

  This May, the Manzanita Writers’ Series expands offerings to include writing workshops “Online and at the Beach,” as part of Hoff Online, a new Hoffman Center for the Arts e-learning program that will offer writing and visual arts workshops via the internet.  Students will get weekly assignments and upload their work for feedback from the instructor and their […]

Doug Fir Invites Readers To “Like My Hike”

  By Dan Haag They say write what you know. For Tillamook author Doug Fir, that means two things: hiking the miles of trails along the North Coast and managing Type 1 Diabetes. The two experiences come together in Fir’s first graphic novel “Like My Hike,” a fun, imaginative tale that follows an adventurous tree […]

To boldly go where no one has gone before: Northwest Comic Con, March 18 & 19

By Dan Haag Bringing new events to an untested audience can be a daunting task. Besides the myriad logistical undertakings, there’s the anxiety that perhaps folks won’t like trying new things. You can emphatically cross that particular worry off the list for organizers of the 1st Annual Northwest Comic Con. Why? “It’s just a great […]

Art is happening in downtown Tillamook, and Art Accelerated is on the move! 

by Neal Lemery, Art Accelerated Board Member Join us on this journey, and share your creativity with the community. Something Wonderful is Happening In Tillamook! Art in the heart of Tillamook by local artists and our caring community! Our latest pop-up art showing on President’s Day weekend was a smashing success.  Local artists displayed (and […]