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Special Offer
Mutt Masters Return
Special Glass Drop
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge is offering a free, Virgil's soda, to any guest who "check in" online, on our Facebook fan page and physically in person. In order for us to track who has checked in, you need to "like" The Coho fan page, before you "check in". For more information, please contact the Coho by calling 541-994-3684.
Doggie Olympics
glass floats

The Mutt Masters Dog Show & Olympics includes dog competitions for all breeds, sizes and ages. Registration begins at 11AM, May 21st. Cost: $3 per dog, per category – or $25 per dog for unlimited entries. Doggie vendors, prizes and more! For more information, please call us toll free at  800-452-2151

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100 hand-crafted glass sand dollars and 100 glass crabs will accompany 200 additional glass floats that will await discovery along the 7.5 miles of Lincoln City beaches, May 21st & 22nd. Dropping of the glass art is weather and ocean permitting. For more information, please call toll free, 800-452-2151

Inaugural Toddler Triathlon May 14th

The Lincoln City, OR Inaugural Toddler Triathlon for children ages 2 - 5, will take place at the Lincoln City Community Center on May 14th at 10AM. Parental assistance is ok! Registration begins at 9AM at the day of the race. Cost: Pre-registered $25, Day of race $35. Proceeds benefit the Lincoln City Youth Scholarship Fund. For more information, or any questions you may have, please call 541-994-2131
Toddler Triathlon
A Taste of South Vietnam May 21st

Looking to spice up your culinary prowess? The Lincoln City Culinary center will be hosting a, "Tour of South Vietnam" demo cooking class at the Culinary Center in Lincoln City from 11AM - 2PM, on May 21st. The cost will be $50, and will include a meal and wine. For more information, please call Chef Sharon Wiest at 541-557-1125, 800-452-2151 or visit the Culinary Center's website, http://oregoncoast.org/culinary/index.php
South vietnam cooking class

First Annual Mutt Run May 22rd

The first annual Mutt Run, sponsored by the City of Lincoln City, Oregon, is a 5k run/walk for pets and owner. The starting line and registration booth is located at 1545 SE 50th Street. Registration will begin at 8AM; with the run starting at 9AM. The cost is $10 per person/pet. For more information, please call 541-994-2131, or visit www.lincolncity.org.

Dogs running in a doggie race
Did you know, that the first Memorial Day took place in Arlington National Cemetery on May 30th, 1868, and was originally called Decoration Day.
US Flag We Would Like To Say Thank You

Here at The Coho Oceanfront Lodge, we would like to thank all the Soldiers who fought, protected and laid down there lives in defense of this great nation. Without your bravery and dedication, we would not enjoy the freedoms and liberties that we do today. From all of us at The Coho Oceanfront Lodge, thank you.
Lincoln City Oregon Wine Social Wine Social Every Wednesday & Friday

On Wednesdays and Fridays, the Coho hosts guests at a complimentary wine social and on Fridays, a masseuse also provides no-cost, 10 minute chair massages for further relaxation. For more information, please call 541-994-3684, or visit us online at www.thecoholodge.com
Blue Sky logo Make a difference by joining Blue Sky

Here at The Coho Oceanfront Lodge, we are committed to reducing our environmental impact, and making a positive change in our community. That's why when we heard about benefits of the Pacific Powers Blue Sky program, we knew we had to sign up. The blue sky program dedicates funds to build demand for renewable energy, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, supports the construction of renewable energy projects and helps to restore and preserve native fish habitats. For more information about the Blue Sky Program, and to find out ways you too can limit your environmental impact, please visit, http://www.pacificpower.net/env/bsre/faq.html
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge
1635 NW Harbor Ave Lincoln City, OR
http://www.thecoholodge.com/
E-mail: reservations@thecoholodge.com


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