Celebrate Mother's Day with Fresh Markets, Live Music & Culture


Grand Coulee to Grunge: Eight [Washington] Stories that Changed the World

The Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum in Ilwaco presents: Grand Coulee to Grunge: Eight Stories that Changed the World. Through the ages, big dreams and big risks tell the Washington story. This exhibition, organized by the Legacy Washington focus on eight key stories that helped put Washington on the map globally. The show will be open until July 8, 2015.


Live Music @ The Shelburne Inn

The Shelburne Restaurant & Pub presents LIVE guitar music by Brian O’Connor on Tuesdays, 5:30-8:30pm in the Pub, Live Piano music by Tom Trudell in the Inglenook on Fridays 6-9pm, and Live Guitar music by George Coleman on Saturdays 6-9pm.


Live Music @ Pickled Fish

As always, no cover! Enjoy delicious, locally sourced delights and experience some of the PNW’s best up and coming musical talent.

• May 7 @ 8pm, Ray Ottobonni
• May 8 @ 9pm, Love Gigantic
• May 9 @ 9pm, Love Gigantic
• May 10 @ 8pm, The Get Ahead


Saturday Market at the Port

The Saturday Market at the Port of Ilwaco is OPEN every Saturday through the end of September from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Shop for fresh farm produce, regionally created arts and crafts, potted plants and cut flowers. Enjoy delicious bites at the Market, Stroll along the harbor front take in the sights.


WA State Park Free Day

In honor of Spring Sunday Free Day, ALL Washington State Parks will have free admission on Sunday, May 10! No Discover Pass required! Get out and behold the beauty of the Long Beach Peninsula.


Live @ Sou’wester Lodge

Live music in the historic Sou’wester Lodge, no cover

• Saturday, May 9 @ 8pm: The Bar K Buckaroos
• Sunday, May 10 @ 8pm: Love Gigantic


Sunday Afternoon Live

Sunday Afternoon live presents the Jack Quinby Orchestra on Sunday May 10th at 2pm for Mother’s Day at the Historic Raymond Theater. Jack Quinby and his All-Star Band blend smooth, classy jazz stylings with a swinging, piquant horn band, offering favorites from a variety of musical eras – from “Fly Me To The Moon” to “Rock This Town”. Tickets are available online for $12. You may also purchase tickets at the door for $15.


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