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brookings: Brookings, Oregon ~ Live Theater Beauty & The Beast..... Photos!!! - 11/26/08 12:15 PM
Last Weekend wrapped up Brookings~Harbor Children's Theater's production of Disney's Beauty & The Beast. I was overwhelmed with the support from the community towards their children. All shows last weekend were sold out! I heard one comment from someone in the audience...."Did they bring an actress from Disneyland to play the part of Belle? She sounds just like the Belle from the movie!" There were over 50 cast members ranging in age from 5 to 70 something! The costumes were fabulous and the energy unbelievable! All the hard work paid off with a spectacular performance! Enjoy the photos!
Market Report October 2008 for Brookings, Oregon Information gathered from Regional Multiple Listing Service 10/1/2008- 10/31/2008 There were 11 residential homes sold in these areas: City of Brookings, Airport, Marina Heights, North Bank Chetco River, Harbor, Whinchuck, South Bank Chetco River, Carpenterville, Cape Ferrello and Whaleshead.
The average sales price was $280,033 and the average days on market was 337. There are 10 pending sales and 26 new listings. There is a total of 293 active residential home listings in these same neighborhoods.
Comparing October 2008 with October 2007, pending sales fell 55.9%. (2 comments)
Brookings - Harbor Children's Theater Presents The Family Production of: Disney's Beauty And The Beast Music by: Alan Menken Lyrics by: Howard Ashman & Tim Rice Book by: Linda Woolverton Music Arranged by: David Godino Choreographed by: Cheryl Seaton FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 & 21 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15 & 22 7:30 P.M. SUNDAY MATINEE, NOVEMBER 16 & 23 2:00 P.M. Tickets: $10 Adults ~~ $7 Seniors and Students ~~ $5 Children Ages 5 and under Live on Stage in the Harbor Performing Arts Center ~ Brookings- Harbor Shopping Center, Harbor, Oregon Tickets Sold at Mory's Office Supply in Brookings For more (13 comments)
The Cast and Crew of the up-coming theatrical production of, Disneyʼs Beauty and the Beast, invite you to join us for our Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Saturday, October 25th from 4:00-6:30 PM. Chef Paula will be cooking traditional red sauce with angel hair pasta and fettuccini with her delectable white sauce. Both dinners come with or without meatballs and will be served with a hearty salad, fragrant garlic bread, and your choice of dessert. Coffee and punch will also be served. Entertainment for your dining pleasure will highlight talented cast members as they sing selected songs from the November production. (4 comments)
Rainbow Rock is named for the colorful ribbons of different layers of rock at the bottom of the small hill along the beach. This beach is very difficult to get to because it is alongside Highway 101 and the access is pretty much a cliff! There is a vista point turn off on a wide shoulder of the highway and that is how I achieved these photos. Brookings offers many condominium possibilities. To rent as vacation getaways or to purchase, as investment or primary residences. Pictured here is Rainbow Rock Condominiums, one of many condo units in the Brookings area.
Market Report September 2008 for Brookings, Oregon Information gathered from Regional Multiple Listing Service 9/1/2008- 9/30/2008 There were 9 residential homes sold in these areas: City of Brookings, Airport, Marina Heights, North Bank Chetco River, Harbor, Whinchuck, South Bank Chetco River, Carpenterville, Cape Ferrello and Whaleshead.
The average sales price was $256,566 and the average days on market was 150. There are 17 pending sales and 28 new listings. There is a total of 333 active residential home listings in these same neighborhoods. !
brookings: Brookings, OR. ~ Port of Brookings-Harbor - 10/13/08 04:11 PM
THE PORT OF BROOKINGS - HARBOR is the busiest recreational port on the Oregon Coast. I believe that it is one of the most beautiful ports. I probably feel this way because I live here and it offers me a place to moor our sailboat as well as a place to walk and enjoy the beach! The Port of Brookings - Harbor has suffered financial woes in the past and also the present. But I think that the Port commissioners, management and staff will find ways to fix the problems because the port is too important for our community. Listed below are (7 comments)
Market Report August 2008 for Brookings, Oregon Information gathered from Regional Multiple Listing Service 8/1/2008- 8/31/2008 There were 15 residential homes sold in these areas: City of Brookings, Airport, Marina Heights, North Bank Chetco River, Harbor, Whinchuck, South Bank Chetco River, Carpenterville, Cape Ferrello and Whaleshead.
The average sales price was $333,133 and the average days on market was 191. There are 11 pending sales and 38 new listings. There is a total of 353 active residential home listings in these same neighborhoods.
WHALESHEAD BEACH STATE PARK Whaleshead Beach is a beautiful cove with a rock formation that resembles a whaleshead including a blowhole that spouts during high tide! The park has picnic tables, firepits, restrooms, beach access, rock hunting, and shell collecting. Whaleshead Beach is also a historical site. Gold was mined at this site and some old abandoned mining equipment can be seen here. Go to the parking lot and head east around the stream. Follow the headlands south to the area where an old sluice (6 comments)
The Brookings-Harbor Garden Club boasts over 100 members and is open to the public. The club's purpose to inform members and visitors about gardens and gardening and to assist in making Brookings beautiful. The club is registered as a non-profit organization. There are no membership dues. They meet on the third Monday of the month at the Best Western Chetco Inn conference center. The volunteers have maintained the triangle piece of land at Azalea Park and the Botanical Garden on Hwy. 101 just NW of the Chetco River (13 comments)
Restrooms, picnic tables, tide pools, beach-combing, scenic views, camping, bird life, Goat Island- Oregon's largest island (21 acres). Located on the west side of Hwy. 101 at mile marker 355. State Information Center is located on the east side of the Hwy. The information center has state wide information, restrooms, and picnic tables as well. Harris Butte located on the west side of the Hwy., is a short climb on a marked trail that offers (3 comments)
brookings: Brookings, Oregon ~ Tea Party For Children's Theater - 09/01/08 01:10 PM
Brookings-Harbor Children's Theater Calling the Lords and Ladies of the South Coast Kingdom! Join the glitz and glamour of an Saturday High Tea! The Brookings-Harbor Children's Theater will be holding a Royal Petite Tea Party on Saturday, September 13th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. The cast from Disney's Beauty and the Beast will be offering our highly attired guests assorted finger sandwiches, petite fours, scones, finger cookies, punch and of course, tea. We will begin with a grand parade followed by the Tea and then dancing and parlor games in the royal Grange Hall Community Center located in Harbor, Oregon. So (5 comments)
Yesterday we took her out for the very first time and how exciting it was. But it was also a bit scary. We had never sailed before and I was nervous. I called my mother before we left the house to say good-bye and that I loved her. I also told her if she didn't hear back from me by dark to call the coast guard. But I had no reason to be afraid. Alan had taken sailing classes with the Brookings Yacht Club and he knew what he was doing....I think! It was a (11 comments)
Market Report July 2008 for Brookings, Oregon Information gathered from Regional Multiple Listing Service 7/1/2008- 7/31/2008 There were 15 residential homes sold in these areas: City of Brookings, Airport, Marina Heights, North Bank Chetco River, Harbor, Whinchuck, South Bank Chetco River, Carpenterville, Cape Ferrello and Whaleshead.
The average sales price was $233,800 and the average days on market was 206. There are 17 pending sales and 44 new listings. There is a total of 360 active residential home listings in these same neighborhoods.
The Curry County Board of Realtors had a great time this past weekend attending a summer picnic! Families and children of the board were invited and the board provided hamburgers, hotdogs, and sodas. John White and Dave Welch were the BBQ'ors. And they did a great job! Everyone brought side dishes and there was tons of food. There were a few games played and in these photos you can see one was a game of tying couples up and seeing if they could loose themselves (5 comments)
brookings: Brookings, Oregon ~ 15th Annual Festival of the Arts - 08/09/08 07:10 PM
BROOKINGS 15TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS AUGUST 16 & 17TH 2008 10AM - 5 PM ON THE BOARDWALK ~ PORT OF BROOKINGS HARBOR, OREGON The Brookings Festival of the Arts is an independent nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to the development of the Arts locally. Profits are donated to projects which promote the Arts or beautify the Brookings Harbor area. The Festival of the Arts is an annual show held the third weekend of August. FREE: ADMISSION PARKING SHUTTLE DEMONSTRATIONS ENTERTAINMENT CHILDREN'S ART CORNER Come to the Boardwalk and enjoy over 100 artisans' original arts and crafts. Paintings Photography Pottery Ceramics (2 comments)
The Central Building The Central Building was built in 1915 by the California and Oregon Lumber Company. The building was designed by Mr. W. Ward, Civil Engineer, who graduated from Cornell University in 1901. The building served as the Administration Building for the Brookings Company which included: The Brookings Land and Townsite Company, The California and Oregon Lumber Company (formerly the Brookings Timber and Box Co.), The Brookings Commerical Co. and the Northwest Railroad Co. Lots of Companies!!!! Collectively, these companies owned and operated the mill town of Brookings, which included the mill, a hotel, a hospital, a commissary, a theater and mill houses (2 comments)
brookings: Brookings, Oregon ~ Live Theater ~ Beauty & The Beast Auditions - 08/08/08 11:55 AM
Auditions Announcement For Disney's Beauty and The Beast The local production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast comes to the Brookings-Harbor Community in November 2008. Nominated for nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, the production features exquisite songs and spectacular dance numbers like "Belle," "Gaston" and "Be Our Guest".The cast calls for 16 speaking roles, including eight principals, and a chorus and dance troupe.Casting is for youth and adults between the ages of 8 and 80. The show will play in five performances. General rehearsals will start the beginning of September. "Beauty and the Beast" will be produced and directed by (0 comments)
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