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When you visit Alder House III, you will be standing in Oregon’s oldest glassblowing studio. The original facility opened 38 years ago, and the current facility, tucked in a romantic wooded area, opened March 15, 1999. Alder House is open daily at 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., from March 15 to the end of November. At Alder House you can watch the artists blow glass art pieces or purchase pieces previously created. The artists are happy to share information about their art. Photography and questions are allowed and encouraged. Located about 1 mile up Immonen Road just a half-mile south of the Siletz Bay Bridge on the south end of Lincoln City, Alder House III can be reached from anywhere in Lincoln City within 15 or 20 minutes. Admission is free, and a motor coach turn around exists just a short distance up Immonen Road. Groups of 25 or fewer can be accommodated comfortably or larger groups in shifts. Public restrooms are available. Recommended time allotment for your stay is 45-60 minutes.


At this studio, you will have the opportunity not only to see glassblowing in progress but also to blow your own creation. The studio opened in February 2005 and offers glassblowing demonstrations free to the public, Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., exclusive of a few major holidays. For a modest fee, the artists will also teach you how to blow your own glass float or make your own paperweight, bowl or sea creature. Reserve your spot by calling 541-996-2569! SW 48th and Hwy 101 • 541-996-2569 •


Create a unique piece of fused glass in just one day. Classes offered to suit your schedule, multiple students welcome! Call for information on their monthly specials. Many classes geared toward creating glass as gifts for holidays and special occasions. Even make a flag on the fourth of July! For more information, 4933 SW Hwy 101• 541-994-2427 check out their website

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