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Redwoods and rhododendrons are seen at a switchback on the Redwood Nature Trail.

The Redwood Nature Trail is about 9 miles (approximately 20 minutes) up North Bank Chetco River Road on the left-hand side. 

However, if you care to extend the trek, stop off at Loeb State Park and hike the River View Trail to the Redwood Nature Trail. Follow the Loeb road straight in and it’s on the left.


Sail back in time on historic replicas of tall ships

The Hawaiian Chieftain sails into Crescent City Harbor on an earlier visit. It and the Lady Washington are scheduled to arrive Friday, April 24. Wescom News Service file photo / Bryan Anderson

CRESCENT CITY — Those watching the local seas for swelling white sails in the spring won’t be disappointed this year; historic tall ships Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington are returning and will moor at the Crescent City Harbor beginning next week.

Scheduled to arrive April 23 and stay through the 27th, crews in costume will harken back to the 18th and 19th centuries as they host visitors aboard the high-masted replicas built in the late 1980s. 


Auction benefits celebration

The Brookings-Harbor High School class of 1995 is among the first graduates to party at Wild River Pizza.

Brookings-Harbor High School will host an auction Saturday, April 25, to raise money for their annual Safe and Sober Graduation Night party.

Held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the BHHS cafeteria (625 Pioneer Road), the event is open to the public and will include a hamburger dinner for $5 and a silent auction. Guests can purchase a meal and receive their auction paddle at no extra cost, or buy a paddle for $5 if they choose to only participate in the auction.


Violinist, pianist perform Sunday in Brookings

Pianist Alan Woo, left, will accompany violinist Nikki Chooi during a Friends of Music concert Sunday, April 19, in Brookings.

Friends of Music presents Canadian violinist Nikki Chooi accompanied by pianist Alan Woo in concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 19, at Brookings Seventh-day Adventist Church, 102 Park Ave.

The musicians are taking the place of Japanese violinist Mayuko Kamio, who has bowed out of her tour to take maternity leave, according to her website.


Celebration of art and music

Christina Olsen is the featured artist at the Manley Arts Center.

Spring has sprung, and art will be in full bloom for the Brookings Second Saturday Art Walk from 3 to 6 p.m. today (April 11).

In addition, there will be live music and several special events, all featured at various locations in the downtown area of Brookings.


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