2nd Annual 'Get Rockin in Langlois' April 27th at the Lions Club


Saturday, April 27, 2024 - 9:00am
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Get Rockin in Langlois

The Langlois Lions Club is again hosting an event: " Get Rockin in Langlois", a small town fair for rock aficionados and beach lovers on Saturday, April 27th 9am- 5 pm. at the Lions Club, 48136 Floras Lake Loop. Last year's was a huge success and had been the first of its kind on this part of the southern Oregon. It seemed as if every local rock hound showed up, not to mention others from the northern Oregon coast and even some from out-of-state.

Admission is free with donations appreciated and/or to buy raffle tickets. The raffle features donations from local businesses and artisans the on-site vendors with wonderful contributions and splendid donations from members of the Art by the Sea Gallery in Bandon.

The main features: Speakers: Geoff Ogle and Matt Vegar: "Tutorial on Rock Identification" 9 am -10 am. Kent Gibson, renown fossil expert- national Katherine Palmer Award for avocational paleontology: " My Fossil Journey." 10:30 am. -11: 30 am. Cody Easom: " How to Make the Best of Rock Tumbling", 1:30 am -2:30pm. A new, most welcome addition: Bob Vernal, master large rock stacker: Demonstration of rock stacking with smaller rocks and a talk on his Irish experience with a Land Art Festival: 3 pm- 4 pm. Bob will also have a built a stone arch outside the club for all to view during event hours. The speakers are partially underwritten by a grant received from the Curry County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust.

The fossil/rock experts will be on hand all day long. The fourth expert, K Thomas Myers, author of the pocket guide "Agates of the Oregon Coast," will bring a display to see and feel samples up close and personal. You are invited to bring in your mystery rocks and fossils with a limit of 3. More features: great selection of vendors with beach-themed products such as art, jewelry, and plants. We are very pleased that the " Creative Collective of Port Orford", an art co-op, is on board with a variety of artistic expressions. Other Demonstrations: Heidi Foss: zen rock stacking with patron involvement. Calvin Davis: Cabochon cutting, Special kids' corner-instructor present: Fish printing: 9am-1 pm. Rock painting 1 pm-5pm. Free rocks available. Adults also welcome if space available.

A special lunch unique to our event: a red lentil soup-Mercimek Çorbası - a Turkish favorite, with pita & hummus, & small salad for suggested donation of $6.00. Rave reviews last year.

The event also provides the opportunity for people to meet and greet other like-minded people, maybe, even a bit of show and tell. Please follow the FB page " Rockin' in Langlois" for more information such as vendor details as become available. Otherwise, contact D. McDermott : call 541 348 2507, text 541 251 1530 or FB message.


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Chili Feed & Dessert Auction March 23rd at the Lions Club


Saturday, March 23, 2024 - 5:00pm

The Langlois Lions Club is hosting a benefit Chili Feed and Dessert Auction Saturday, March 23th from 5 pm- 7-pm. Dessert auction 6pm.- sharp. The event is is located at the Lions Club: 48136 Floras Lake Loop. It is very easy to find, only a few blocks off Hwy 101 just south of Langlois. The dinner offering is a bowl of tasty chili, home -made corn bread and coleslaw. Vegetarian option available. Coffee, tea, water and punch is included. The suggested donation is $7/ per serving..

This event’s proceeds will go towards our Pacific High School scholarship and building upgrades funds. The auction is often the most fun part of the event with everyone leaving happy even if outbid for the desserts.

The community members have been so supportive of our fund-raising events. It is very appreciated. We hope this neighborly tradition continues with donations of one's favorite dessert. If you can not attend, desserts may still be dropped off at the Lions Club, preferably around 5 pm. Pick-up of desserts can also be arranged.

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Anual Langlois Holiday Craft Fair - Nov 17th & 18th


Friday, November 17, 2023 - 9:00am


NOVEMBER 17TH & 18TH FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9:00 A M - 4 00 P M Langlois Lions Club



  • Friday: Clam Chowder with Roll - Optional Vegan ChowderSalad with Fixings
  • Saturday: Austrian Pumpkin Soup with Handmade Kaiser Roll and Poached Pear - Optional Vegan Soup with Roll and Pear Salad with Fixings

The Lions club would really appreciate donations to our dessert table for an excellent cause; updating our kitchen so that people in the community may rent the facility for producing their home made products.  Any dessert such as pies, cakes, brownies, quick breads would be great.  May bring to the Lions club during the fair.  If you would prefer to make cookies, please donate to the Friends of the Langlois Public Library.  Thanks in advance.

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Saturday, August 12, 2023 - 10:00am

A DUAL VENUE EVENT: August 12th at 10AM to 3:30PM at the Cape Blanco Lighthouse and 3:00PM to just before Sunset at the Port Orford Lifeboat Station Museum.

Come Celebrate a new tradition with our First Lighthouse Day featuring Music, Dessert and Docents at the Cape Blanco Lighthouse followed by DANCING at the Port Orford Lifeboat Station Museum.

National Lighthouse Day is celebrated annually by lighthouse organizations in the U.S., although Congress has yet to designate a date that we all recognize the importance of America’s lighthouse heritage. The Cape Blanco Heritage Society (CBHS) will be celebrating Lighthouse Day on August 12th to honor ingenuity and inventiveness worldwide. Our lighthouse continues to be a technological wonder to this day as Oregon's oldest continuously working lighthouse and its southernmost major beacon.

AURORA will be performing at the event and the Tide Morris Dancers will perform at the Port Orford Lifeboat Station Museum as part of a nationwide effort to celebrate lighthouses by the U.S. Lighthouse Society. Artwork from supporters of our lighthouse will be on display in the Greeting Center Gift Shop. The concept behind this art exhibit is to raise awareness of the current need for repairs at our lighthouse.

In addition to the festivities of the event, our lighthouse workroom will be open as well as the Greeting Center Gift Shop. Come learn about our lighthouse and meet the volunteers who keep our sites open during the Summer season. We will also have food and designer desserts by Tasty Kate's and our our CBHS members.

The Cape Blanco Lighthouse, so named for the white sands of the geology of the landform, was built as part of an ambitious program to construct lighthouses in California and Oregon to facilitate the economic development of the American West by the U.S. Lighthouse Board in 1870. This era was an incredibly inventive period of time in history which is just one small part of what lighthouses have come to represent culturally in our nation as well as worldwide.

Please come enjoy the day with us as well as the beautiful hiking trails and wonderful ocean views of the surrounding Cape Blanco State Park. From Highway 101, 4.5 miles north of Port Orford or 26 miles south of Bandon and just south of Sixes, Oregon, turn west on Cape Blanco Road. Follow the road past the historic Hughes House and Ranch to the very end. Be aware that the short road from the gate to the lighthouse is closed due its deteriorating condition. If weather conditions are such that the event cannot be held on this date, we will reschedule (note that the weather at Cape Blanco can be unpredictable and not reflect local forecasts). 

Please watch our Facebook page and website for updates on this event. For more information, call the Cape Blanco Greeting Center Gift Shop at 541-332-2207 or visit



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