Gleneden Beach is a quiet community just off of Highway 101, located five miles south of Lincoln City and five miles north of Depoe Bay on the beautiful Oregon coast.  It’s a wonderful place to live, work and play.

Whether you’re a permanent resident, or a part-time resident, we welcome you to share our beautiful beaches, visit local resources,  partake of some great food, and join us in a variety of fun activities.

Upcoming events at the Community Club


It’s a busy week at the Community Club…

Rock Painting Poster

February 29
*Thursday, Feb. 29, from 2-5pm, is the ever-popular Rock Painting Party. For only $5 you get all the supplies you’ll need to express your inner Picasso on stones. If you’ve got some treasured rocks, bring them along for embellishing. There will be snacks for sustenance while you paint.

*Sunday, March 3, from 8-11am, is the Pancake Breakfast with this month’s special guests–the Girl Scouts. They’re bringing 9 different cookie varieties to tempt us, including vegan and gluten-free varieties, so if Thin Mints are calling your name, this is the place to get them. Cookies are $6 per box. The breakfast prices are $10 for adults, $6 for kids ages 6-12, and kiddos under 6 eat free. Both events require cash. (Cookie sales over $20 can be paid with a credit card, but cash is preferred.)
*Tuesday, March 5, at 6:30pm is our general meeting. This is the place to hear about club business and upcoming events, so mark your calendar to attend. It’s also the place to offer up your ideas and feedback, both of which are welcomed by the board. Attached to this e-mail are two documents–our current membership roster and the minutes from February’s annual meeting. Please read over the minutes for approval or discussion at the meeting.
We hope to see you at these upcoming events!

Tuesday, March 12, 6:30-8:30pm

BINGO night at the Gleneden Beach Community Club (110 Azalea St.) Purchase two cards for $5 (more available). Great prizes! Snacks provided
If you have “junque” to get rid of and you want to sell it yourself, we have a limited number of garage sale booths still available. The event takes place on April 20 and it’s part of the big Oregon Coast Garage Sale promotion. If you’re interested in a booth, call Carolyn at 360-318-6428. OR, if you just want to donate items, Carolyn is also the person to call to make arrangements for drop-off, or for pick up of larger items. We know how it is when you just want to get rid of it NOW.

Emergencies come in all shapes and sizes, not just the obviously scary ones…sometimes they’re just a major inconvenience. This month our emergency preparedness committee is sharing some tips related to power outages…remember the recent storm?

So, follow the do’s and don’ts in the attached information and you’ll be ready should the lights go out!

February 2024,
2-24 Emergency Preparedness





110 Azalea Street, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388