Explore Lincoln City invites you to a locals night of “high-glass” at the Glass Ball. The Glass Ball returns to kick-off our signature Finders Keepers promotion and celebrate the end of another successful busy summer season. Explore Lincoln City, in partnership with Backpacks for Kids, is proud to bring the event back just in time for the 20th year of treasured hunting.
We also want to say THANK YOU to our local community for all your hospitality and support. Your efforts make Lincoln City a great destination for our guests to enjoy. So, relax, let down your hair and join us for dinner, drinks and dancing!
The Glass Ball will be held at the Beach Club & Event Center on Saturday, October 13th at 6 pm. Attendees will enjoy dinner, live music, dancing and a silent auction. A non-hosted bar featuring beer, wine and cocktails will also be available.
Each attendee will also receive a hand-blown glass float at the event to take home.
Tickets are $20 each and the event is open to all ages. To purchase tickets, please click on the link below.
Suggested dress is Beach Casual, or just come as you are. Dress up or keep it comfortable, it’s up to you!
6pm – Doors open and silent auction begins
6:30pm – Welcome from Explore Lincoln City Director, Ed Dreistadt
6:45pm – Dinner and dessert
8:30pm – Silent auction closes
8:30pm – Live music from Kris Bradley
9pm – Event concludes, doors open to the public (music continues)
The Beach Club
This historical building, formerly the Elks Lodge, is located at 2020 NE 22nd Street (behind Barnacle Bill’s Seafood Market) and boasts a classic bar top, a Vermont maple dance floor, stage, and restaurant. With nautical motifs such as tentacle hat hangers and rod-iron chandeliers, one cannot help but get their sea legs when stepping on board the Beach Club. To learn more about the Beach Club & Event Center, please give them a call at 541-418-5468 or visit their Facebook page.
Backpacks for Kids
Backpacks for Kids program is a local non-profit that discreetly provides nutritious, child-friendly, easy to prepare food to chronically hungry children. The food is distributed in ordinary backpacks that students take home over the weekends and out-of-school times. Backpacks for Kids is part of the non-profit 501(c)3 organization Business for Excellence in Youth. Proceeds of the Glass Ball Silent Auction will go to Backpacks for Kids. To learn more about the non-profit, please visit their website.