June 11, 2022
Waldport, Oregon News For Immediate Release
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The Waldport Chamber of Commerce announces it will be closing The Welcome Center & Gift Shop and returning to its original home, The Alsea Bay Bridge Interpretive Center & Waldport Museum.
City Manager Dann Cutter states: “The city is enthusiastic that the Chamber is committing to the Interpretive Center full time and welcomes the continued successful partnership which has brought record attendance to the museum, vibrant usage of the Interpretive Center, and the robust interest in Waldport. The City appreciates the Chamber making the very desirable corner location available for the next user!”
The Welcome Center location on the corner of Hwy. 101 & Hwy. 34 (next to Eager Beaver Furniture) will be Itinerant Artists Co-op. The Co-op most recently was open in Lincoln City and is now moving to Waldport with a grand opening scheduled for Friday, June 17th. Itinerant Artists will feature local artists works and continue the tradition set forth by The Chamber to showcase the many talented artists, painters, photographers and craftspeople for residents and visitors to enjoy.
The Waldport Chamber of Commerce will continue to be the one-stop source for area information, supporting local businesses, community organizations and partners throughout Lincoln County. Popular Waldport-branded items like apparel, accessories, postcards, toys and more will now be available at The Interpretive Center & Museum.
Waldport Beachcomber Days is June 17th through 19th and Waldport’s annual Independence Day Fireworks returns on Sunday, July 3rd. Find Yourself In Waldport this summer!
For more information:
Contact: Tom Fullmer | Waldport Chamber of Commerce
320 Hwy. 101 |PO Box 669, Waldport, OR. 97394