Wild Mushroom Festival
October 1st – November 15th
This annual celebration is a culinary and cultural event honoring the Pacific Northwest’s delectable, edible wild mushrooms. The six-week celebration features expert-led hikes through an Oregon state park, chef-inspired menus at some of the Long Beach Peninsula’s finest restaurants and lodging specials at acclaimed inns and vacation rentals.
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Books at the Beach Authors Showcase
Over 40 authors representing multiple genres will be selling and signing their work at the first annual Books at the Beach Authors Showcase & Book Fair. Free to the public, the event will take place from 11AM to 4PM at the Long Beach Elks Club, 110 N. Pacific Ave., Long Beach.
“We’re excited by the enthusiastic response from a diverse and exceptional group of regional authors,” said Ragan Myer, Tourism & Events Coordinator, City of Long Beach. “Anyone attending will find many of the books flavored by Northwest elements making them great gifts and a good read.”
Among the books being sold at Books at the Beach will be children’s books, cookbooks, mysteries, autobiographies, romance, science fiction, and many more.
Some of the more notable authors include the following: Irene Martin, recipient of the Governor’s Heritage Award; Brian D. Ratty, award-winning author of five historical fiction novels; and Heidi Renee Mason, international best-selling author of character-driven fiction. Popular local author and radio host, Tim Murphy will bring several in his series of guy-friendly Flannel John’s Cookbooks.
Saltwater Bar & Grill
Located just across from the lobby at Chautauqua Lodge, family owned and operated Saltwater Bar and Grill has fast become a new favorite on the Long Beach Peninsula for locals and tourists alike. Reservations are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED. Check out their website to see their hours, menus, and phone number to make reservations now!
A Place at the Beach for Family & Friends
304 14th St NW
Long Beach, WA 98631
(360) 642-4401 local