Hog Wild Weekend returns to Ocean Shores for 2021 biker fun



North Beach Community TV was on hand to capture the sounds and sights of the return of Hog Wild Weekend to the Ocean Shores Convention Center. The event continues Sunday July 25, with headline performances by the Seattle Cossacks acrobatic motorcycle stunt team, and by the smoking tires and motorcycle trick riding by 1 Wheel Revolution, both groups performing in front of the Ocean Shores Convention Center on Chance a la Mer Blvd. Watch the parade of bikes and bikers stream into Ocean Shores on Saturday and meet some of the longtime patrons and vendors.







Beachcombing ID from A to Z
with alan rammer, March 1
at Museum of the North Beach



identify those treasures of the beach



The Museum of the North Beach urges people to Bring in their unique, mysterious or everyday beachcombed objects to its third annual Beachcombing ID from A to Z event on Sunday, March 1 from 2 - 4 p.m. There, local expert and professional beachcomber Alan Rammer will identify and educate. “Fun is a key element in the program,” museum curator Kelly Calhoun explained of the program that was developed by Rammer. He said that finding items on the beach “should not only be enjoyable,” but Rammer “tries to help participants figure out what the items are, where they originated and what the findings could mean.”





Rammer was one of the original founders of the annual Beachcombers Fun Fair in Ocean Shores, and is easily able to help the museum offer this fun afternoon. A 1974 graduate of the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science degree in both Shellfish Biology and Invertebrate Zoology, he became well known throughout and beyond the region during a 35-year career with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and its predecessor agencies. Residing near Montesano, he has spent literally thousands of hours on area beaches, and along the way, has received numerous awards, capped off in 2012 when he was named the National Marine Educator of the Year. The museum is open 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. on weekends during the winter months and is located at 4658 SR 109 in Moclips. Information is available by calling 360-276-4441 or by emailing kelly@moclips.org.



Explore the Fresh waterways





Rent a Duffy Electric 21' Cruiser boat to explore the 23 miles of fresh waterways. Choose to drive yourself or "hire a driver" for an additional fee (Boat House provides). The boat has a capacity of 10 passengers



Have you explored the coastal interpretive center?



We educate the public concerning natural and man-made environments on the Washington coast through presentation of the history and ecology of coastal life.
We educate the public concerning natural and man-made environments on the Washington coast through presentation of the history and ecology of coastal life. General Information Open 10-4 on Saturday and Sunday through the fall and winter. Every day in the summer.

No admission fee visitor donations in support of the Center and its programs are welcome!

The Center features "Damon's Outpost Bookstore", with a wide selection of books, outdoor reference guides and related items that visitors enjoy to further enhance their coastal explorations.