Coos Bay Downtown Association Cancels Trick or Treat and Trunk or Treat

The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently released its recommendation for Halloween celebrations, door to door trick-or-treating and large gatherings as high-risk activities for spreading COVID-19. It is with that recommendation that the Coos Bay Downtown Association sadly and with an abundance of caution, cancels its Downtown trick or treating and trunk [...] read more →

Event Organizers Cancel Two Major Festivals in Coos Bay

The Coos Bay Downtown Association (CBDA) has made the difficult decision to cancel two major festivals that draw thousands of visitors to the downtown core. Because of COVID-19 restrictions placed on festivals in the phased reopening of Coos County, the CBDA board made the decision to cancel the Blackberry Arts Festival in August and the [...] read more →

CBDA Farmers Market Makes Changes for 20th Season

The Coos Bay Downtown Association is preparing an exciting 20th Season of the Farmers Market opening on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. The market will be every Wednesday through October 28th. It was delayed opening due to the Governor’s Executive order and because of that, market goers will see significant changes on how the Coos Bay [...] read more →