The Pacific City
Birding and Blues Festival
The Pacific City Birding and Blues Festival offers a great combination:
exploration of bird wildlife during the day and Blues concerts in the evening.
The festival is held every year at the Kiwanda Community Center
in Pacific City. The address is 34600 Cape Kiwanda Dr. in Pacific City.
Pacific City Directions for information on how to get there.
The Birding and Blues Festival usually features speakers
(and birds) from the Oregon Zoo, awarding winning photographers,
scientist, artists, and other performers and presenters.
The Festival also offers river boat tours, kayak explorations, and
other excursions all over the Pacific City area.
For more information about The Pacific City Birding and Blues Festival, contact
the Kiwanda Community Center at 503-965-7900
Update: The 2010 Birding and Blues Festival will be held
on April 10 through April 11, 2010.
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