HEALTH & FITNESS
A playful dance between breath and movement. It is a practice of strength, flexibility and balance. The practice of yoga benefits the body, mind and spirit. In this class we seek to feel good in our own bodies. Celebrating with movement in the rhythm of the breath.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
Cost – $10 per class
Contact Dawn Byer
Private classes are also available. Contact Dawn for more information
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Meet at Community Center parking lot
Contact Kathy Staroska
The Pacific City Walking Wonders meet every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:00 am at the Kiawanda Community Center Parking Lot. The group walks for about an hour and takes different routes throughout the community. People walk at different speeds so everyone is invited, regardless of their fitness level. There are no dues or fees for the group. Everyone is invited to come get some exercise, meet new people, and enjoy our beautiful community.
Tuesday and Thursday
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Cost – $5 per class
Enhanced Fitness / Fit n Fabulous focuses on dynamic cardiovascular exercise, strength training, balance, and flexibility. This class is suitable for those new to exercising.
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Contact Tawnya Dimmitt
(503) 812 – 5662
TOPS can help you reach your weight-loss goals by providing you with the tools, information, support and accountability you need to be successful.
CRAFTS & HOBBIES
POSTPONED Due to COVID-19
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Second Monday of the month
4:00 – 11:00 pm
Cost – $3 per session
A community group that started small has made a rather large contribution, donating more than 1,000 handmade quilts to an organization that creates a place of respite for families of children battling illness. The relationship with the Children’s Cancer Association, which the Caring Cabin is a part of, started 10 years ago when the quilters organized a show at the Community Center with hundreds of quilts on display to celebrate the opening of the Cabin.
Contact Sharon Nutting
POSTPONED Due to COVID-19
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Cost – No Charge
A casual artistic group welcomes all levels of drawing and painting skills in the North Hall.
It is a casual gathering of people who paint with oils, acrylics, watercolors, and draw with ink or pencil. We welcome beginners, share ideas and skills that help us grow as artists. Bring your own supplies. Drop by at KCC or for more information call Diana Sears 503 398- 5037 or the KCC Desk 503 965- 7900.
Monday – Friday
Enjoy a nutritious lunch at Kiawanda Community Center sponsored by Northwest Senior Disability Services.
Contact Diana Haveland 541-921-9909
6:00 – 9:00 pm
KCC Office 503-965-7900
Enjoy Thursday Night Bingo at the center! All proceeds go to the community center. We play seven ways games along with selected special games each week – total of 17 games.
Prices start at $1 per card with many variations available.
Chamber of Commerce
First Tuesday of the Month at 12:00 Noon
Public is Welcome!
The agenda includes topics such as upcoming events, introductions of new businesses and neighbors, coastal issues, legislative and political matters, community announcements, reports from elected officials, and other community and business-related material, including a featured program of interest to South Tillamook County residents and visitors. Meetings usually last about an hour.
Nesko Women’s Club
FELLOWSHIP IN SERVICE SINCE 1925
Third Friday, Sept – May @ 11:30 A.M.
Cost – $15
Contact – Neskoclub@gmail.com
LOOKING for a way to meet others and help those in need in the South Tillamook County area? JOIN NESKO for a fun, fulfilling way to assist seniors and families. Any woman over the age of 16 with a South Tillamook County residence may join NESKO. Come and attend our monthly luncheon meeting and find out what we’re all about.
OUT & ABOUT
Pacific City is the perfect place to gather for a camping trip. Enjoy a classic tent camping experience at nearby Cape Lookout, right in town at Pacific City RV & Camping, or glamp it up at Hart’s Camp in a vintage airstream trailer.
Home of the Pacific City Dory Fleet, a trip to our small coastal town isn’t complete without a fishing trip. Book with a local charter company for the best experience.
If you want a local to show you all the stops in Pacific City, along more miles of the coast, or even spend a day wine tasting in the valley and return for a sunset on the beach, be sure to book Oregon Coast Tours. Create your own custom itinerary and leave your keys behind. You’ll enjoy all the views and no stress from driving.
Make dreams come true with an hour-long horse back ride. Begin in the heart of Pacific City and travel south to Bob Straub state park for a inspirational and relaxing ride.
Check out a few local stores like Lucky Beach Boutique or Moment Surf Co. to shop around for the perfect beach gift for a relative, or even better, yourself!
If you fancy local and high quality products, be sure to visit the Pacific City Farmers Market on Sunday afternoon near the library or meander 10 miles south to the Neskowin Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. (Summer Season)
At low tide you can carefully explore the tide pools at Cape Kiwanda. Go on a guided exploration or find out how to kindly interact with the tide pools on Oregon Parks & Recreation’s website.
Located just 10 miles from Pacific City are the Sandlake sand dunes. Rent a quad or a mini dune buggy and explore the dunes and beach in a totally different way.
Fat Tire Biking
Rent or bring your own fat tire bike to Pacific City for a self-guided tour that promises breath-taking views, fresh salty air, and the perfect pace to take it all in.
Pacific City is one of the most popular spots on the Oregon Coast to surf. Bring your own board or rent one from Moment Surf Shop located just next to the Pelican Pub.
The Nestucca River allows kayakers to paddle up river past the quaint houses of Pacific City or down river towards the ocean and away from the crowds. Kayak rentals and guided trips available locally.
If you like to hike with a buddy, yourself, and/or your dog, you’ve come to the right place. Pacific City has miles of open beach, state park trails, county trails, and walking paths.