Fri, Feb 02|
Winter Water's PNW: A Regenerative Seafare Series
Starting off the Winter Waters Seafare Series, will feature 3 days of seafood-centric programming, including an educational experience at Central Coast Food Web’s Yaquina Lab, a pre-fixe dinner at Local Ocean Seafoods, and a family-friendly, free event at the The Pacific Maritime Heritage Center.
Time & Location
Feb 02, 2024, 11:00 AM – Feb 04, 2024, 4:00 PM
Newport, Newport, OR, USA
About the event
February 2-4th, Newport
Starting off the Winter Waters Seafare Series, our Kickoff Weekend in Newport, Oregon, will feature 3 days of seafood-centric programming, including an educational experience at Central Coast Food Web’s Yaquina Lab, a pre-fixe dinner at Local Ocean Seafoods with Chef Enrique Sanchez-Rodriguez and guest chef Luis Cabanas, the former Executive Chef at Paley's Place. Plus, there will be a family-friendly, free event at the The Pacific Maritime Heritage Center.
Book with the Newport Belle Feb 1st-5th for a 15% discount with code WinterWaters15. Bonus: Newport Belle will donate 5% of the room sale to Oregon Kelp Alliance.
Friday, February 2nd, 11am-3pm, Yaquina Lab, Newport
Join us in Newport to celebrate Oregon's delicious seafare and the talented, hard-working people that harvest it sustainably. Enjoy a variety of beverage and seafood samples, cooking demos, and more while exploring the Central Coast Food Web Yaquina Lab facility. Find out what the CCFW is doing to build a more resilient coastal and regional food system.
This in-person event will take place at the Yaquina Lab in Newport, where you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique food culture of the Oregon Coast. Bonus: there will be a pop-up seafood market!
This Friday event is the first in a series of three events with Winter Waters in Newport over the weekend of Feb. 2nd-4th. Tickets are required, so please register ahead of time. There will not be tickets available for sale at the door. Click the ticket link below to see the event agenda.Local Ocean Seafoods Dinner
Saturday, February 3rd, Local Ocean Seafoods, Newport
Join us at sustainable seafood-centric restaurant Local Ocean Seafoods for a a seaweed-focused 5-course pre-fixe dinner with Local Ocean Executive Chef Enrique Sanchez-Rodriguez and guest chef Luis Cabanas, the former Executive Chef at Paley's Place.
In addition to the chef powerhouse collaboration, representatives from the OSU Sea Grant Extension will attend the dinner and present on their recent frozen fish study. This study of 146 consumers, funded by a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, found that while those surveyed said they buy more fresh than frozen seafood, results from blind taste tests showed that they perceived the quality of frozen as superior to fresh in many instances. Advantages of the freezing process allow community-based fishing businesses to avoid the volatility inherent in the fresh-fish market, extend the shelf life of their catch, reduce waste, lower carbon emissions, and deliver what seafood eaters are demanding: delicious food.
A portion of the proceeds form this dinner will be donated to Central Coast Food Web, to further its mission to make it easier for people to find and buy local produce, meat, and seafood.Family Free Day at Pacific Maritime Heritage Center
Sunday, February 4th, 11am-4pm, Pacific Maritime Heritage Center, Newport
Family Free Day at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center will feature the newly re-designed Beautiful & Wild Oregon Fisheries: 150 years of Innovation exhibit celebrating the legacy and world-renowned sustainability standards of our fishing industry. Explore the museum while you enjoy the stunning views of Newport's working bay front. There will also be kids activities, so make sure to bring the whole family! Enjoy coffee, tea, and shortbread-seaweed cookies made with Oregon Seaweed’s Pacific Dulse, which is farmed in Garibaldi.
To find additional information and to get tickets please visit www.winterwaterspnw.com. We hope to see you there!