12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
The luncheon and lecture will take place at the Tolovana Inn (3400 South Hemlock, Tolovana Park.) We encourage attendees to park at the Tolovana Wayside State Park, which is right next to the Tolovana Inn. Tour-goers can even take the bus from the State Park to mid-town if they wish. The luncheon has been prepared by Dough Dough Bakery. Dough Dough Bakery is one of the coast’s premiere caterers and bakeries. Dough Dough is run by several award winning chefs, bakers, and sommeliers. They have provided food for Savor Cannon Beach, Stormy Weather, and more!
This year’s keynote speaker is Oregon author William (Bill) Sullivan. Sullivan is a fifth generation Oregonian and a prolific writer, adventurer, hiker, and historian. His award winning books are delve in Oregon’s legendary, unknown, and often strange past. His talk will focus on the history of Cannon Beach and the trails and roads used to access them – don’t miss some history of Governor Oswald West. West was governor from 1911-1913 and was one of the major reasons that our beaches are open to the public. Tickets to this event are $25 and are available to purchase over the phone (503-436-9301), at the Museum, or through the online gift shop. Weekend packages are $75 and include all events, including this one. This event goes from noon until 1:00 p.m. Those attending the luncheon and the tour will receive their tour map at the luncheon.
For more information about our speaker visit: http://www.oregonhiking.com/william-l-sullivan