Coastal Interpretive Center hosts grand reopening ceremony highlighted by remarks from U.S Rep. Derek Kilmer

The Ocean Shores Coastal Interpretive Center celebrated its grand reopening on Aug. 4 2021, after being closed for more than a year because of COVID-19 precautions and to remodel and update the plethora of exhibits unique to the life and history of the North Beach and central Washington coast. Participating and speaking during the event were U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer, Ocean Shores Mayor Crystal Dingler, Grays Harbor County Commissioner Vickie Raines, as well current Interpretive Center Board President Michael Darling, and past board president Nancy Eldridge. A special presentation was made to longtime volunteer Walter Weed, and tours of the new exhibits (featured in an earlier North Beach Community TV video on our YouTube channel). The Coastal Interpretive Center is locate on the southern end of Ocean Shores at 1033 Catala Ave SE, phone: 360-289-4617