March 21, 2016

Walking Meditation: Labyrinths grace award-winning Oregon Coast lodging

Labyrinths are an ancient form of walkable art, designed for meditation and reflection. No two labyrinths are the same. When people work to co-create labyrinths, the […]
March 21, 2016

Fish Fry Attracts Thousands to 4th of July Bandon Celebration in 1949

Contributed by Jim Proehl Republished from the Bandon Historical Society newsletter The Chamber of Commerce fish fry was the highlight of the July Fourth celebration in […]
February 18, 2016

Circles in the Sand: Experience a Bandon beach labyrinth

Experience one of a kind beach labyrinths in Bandon, Oregon. The ocean sweeps Bandon beaches twice every day, revealing a fresh canvas for labyrinth artist Denny […]
February 18, 2016

Pickers, Scoops and Beaters: A history of bringin’ in the cranberry harvest

Excerpts and photos from “Bandon,” by Robert Miller and Reg Pullen with the Bandon Historical Society, Arcadia Publishing 2013, used by permission. Generations of Oregon Coast […]